This online course offering is designed for administrators and facilitated by Megan Green, Director of Secondary Curriculum. The online course is from Monday September 17th through Friday November 9th.
The Exceptional Student Education Department at Palm Pointe Education Research School @ Tradition prepares for a successful 2014 – 2015 school year. This photo on the first day of school captures their passion and enthusiasm for assisting students with special needs. Looking forward to an exceptional year at Palm Pointe!
The ESE DAC Meeting scheduled for September 19th has been cancelled.
This meeting will be re-scheduled and re-advertised as soon as possible.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you.
St. Lucie Public Schools Exceptional Student Education District Advisory Council will meet on Monday, October 22, 2018, to discuss social/emotional learning.
The meeting is scheduled to take place at Virginia College in Fort Pierce from 9 AM to 10:30 AM.
You are invited to attend.
ESE DAC Meeting
9 AM – 11 AM
2820 S. Federal Hwy.
WPTV Reporter Arthur Mondale recently aired a story about what St. Lucie Public Schools is doing to support students. Read the article below and click on the link to hear what staff and JROTC Cadet Shenieya Harris have to say. St. Lucie County schools offering rare progress system to ensure equal opportunity to excel…Details
On Saturday, May 4, Village Green Environmental Studies School will host a community Environmental Studies Exposition. From 10AM to noon, students will serve as tour guides for guests and will provide information about the school’s permaculture garden, raised bed gardens, astronomy night activities, solar energy kits, and weather stations.
Village Green Environmental Studies School hosted the Environmental Science Expo last weekend to highlight the school’s permaculture garden, square foot gardens, astronomy binoculars, solar lab and microscope center. Fifth grade students took responsibility to orient guests about the variety of plants grown, their origins, and their uses.
St. Lucie County’s environmental education staff from the Oxbow Eco-Center worked with St. Lucie Public Schools high school teachers during a two-day workshop this June focused on water quality and environmental education.
Thank you SLCTV!
Registered voters recently received a mail-in ballot. To ensure your vote counts, it must be mailed by this Friday — April 19th. This referendum supports teacher pay, safety on our campuses, and mental health services for our children.