STAR Program Launched

Thom Jones of the Education Foundation, St. Lucie County extends a special thank you to Paul Jakubczak, Carol Wilson, and  Lois Wolfe of the Ft. Pierce Utilities Authority and the Boys and Girls Clubs for launching the first STAR Business Mentor Class! These STAR Scholars will be mentored over the next two years as part…

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Star Quality

Star Awards are presented to individuals who demonstrate exceptional service.  Ms. JoAnn Aguila’s team in the Assessment and Accountability Department know that she is a shining example of someone who demonstrates unbelievable energy and support for her coworkers and for the schools. This became especially clear during a recent challenge in which the department experienced…

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STAR Recognition

At the April 8th School Board Meeting, James McKenzie, Executive Director of the St. Lucie County Education Foundation was presented the S.T.A.R. Award for his help with the Music In Our Schools Month. He has been a strong supporter of St. Lucie County Public Schools. Congratulations Jim! Pictured are, Director of Student Assignment Michelle Jerger,…

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STAR Recognitions

St. Lucie Public Schools honored two individuals from the Transportation team at the December School Board Meeting.

Venetia Brice and Giovanni Calzolano were nominated for STAR Award recognition based on their commitment to keeping children safe and going above and beyond to provide stellar service.

Congratulations!

STARS Honored

The STAR program’s focus is to recognize employees for their conduct, skills and actions that correlate with the District’s vision and acknowledge those who exemplify its core values. During May’s School Board Meeting, four individuals were recognized for their STAR qualities. Wanda Bird (Miss Rosie) – Bus Driver, Transportation Department   Denise Coyle – Bus…

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State Board Approves Emergency Rule

State Board of Education members voted in support of Commissioner Tony Bennett’s emergency rule to provide a “safety net” that schools’ grades would not drop more than one letter grade for FY13, continuing the same provision for FY12.  It also changes the premise by which districts may have originally decided that ESE center students’ grades…

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