Trees are cleared, earth is leveled, and a footprint of the new St. Lucie Public Schools District Office is taking shape. Amid the progress, District Office staff and Economic Development Council representatives participated in an official groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday, September 25, 2018. Economic Development Council President Pete Tesch and Superintendent E. Wayne Gent spoke…Details
Employees at the School Board Office brought in bags and boxes of school supplies to be given to United Way of St. Lucie. United Way has filled backpacks full of school supplies for our students who are eligible for free lunch. They have reached their goal of helping at least 4,500 children in all of…Details
President of the Classified Teachers Association/Classified Unit (CTA/CU) Retirees Chapter Ms. Barbara Kaste presented a plaque to the Board Members and Superintendent E. Wayne Gent to express appreciation for the support that has been given to the Chapter, to New Teacher Orientation, and to the New Teacher Supply Depot.
District Gathering – fun for all! Members of the St. Lucie Public Schools District Office Staff who are serving at various temporary satellite offices throughout the District since the hurricane flooded the Orange Blossom Business Center had the opportunity to convene at Allapattah Flats for a recent meeting. Here, information about SLPS’s academic progress and…Details
Governor Rick Scott Issued this proclamation to support Disability History and Awareness Weeks. (The first two weeks of October are recognized as Disability History and Awareness Weeks.)
The first two weeks of October are Disability History and Awareness Weeks! Section 1003.4205, Florida Statutes, entitled Disability History and Awareness Instruction, was signed into law in 2008. It designates the first two weeks of October as Disability History and Awareness Weeks and promotes knowledge, understanding, and awareness of individuals with disabilities, disability history, and…Details
Students in Port St. Lucie High School’s TV Production program exercised their technical, creative, collaborative, and communication skills as they took full responsibility for the production of the high schools’ first in a series of informative segments known as “JTV Chats.” The inaugural show was hosted by Sarah El Khoury, senior at PSLHS, and featured…Details
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At Gaines Academy, Mr. Davino’s 8th grade AVID students work with Ms. Calandra’s and Ms. Madalena’s classes during Autism Awareness Month. What a wonderful experience for all!
The first two weeks of October are Disability History and Awareness Weeks! Here are some facts: One of every five Americans is a person with a disability. A person may be born with a disability, may acquire a disability through an accident or illness, or may acquire a disability as part of growing older. …Details
Join with others in supporting the Education Foundation, St. Lucie County on February 28th from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM at the Recovery Sports Grill. Present one of the vouchers below to your server prior to ordering, and you will not only enjoy a great meal, but you will also help the Education Foundation receive…Details