The Transportation Routing Dept Holiday Tree goes all out to honor those who we have lost fighting for our freedoms, our independence, and our American Work Force!
Special thanks are extended to the SLPS Transportation Team for providing exceptional service and attending to the needs of hundreds of children as they were safely transported to and from summer school this year. Providing transportation for students throughout the District to north and south school sites is a huge task, and our transportation department…Details
The District has adopted 772-204-RIDE (7433) as its main number for transportation calls. Improvements to the telephone network and additional staff will support calls to this center as the school year opens. The transportation call center will be open from 6am to 6pm for the first two weeks of school.
On May 29, 2015, the Transportation Department bid farewell to Terry Smith, an employee with the district for 32 years, and Phil Vitale, both transportation employees. There will be big shoes to fill, as they both had a wealth of knowledge about our district. They will be greatly missed.
Don Carter, Director of Transportation for St. Lucie Public Schools, shares results that have been seen since implementing video surveillance and wifi downloading.
The Transportation Team provides service to approximately 23,000 student riders each day and travels nearly six million miles per year. Making certain that students are delivered to and from school safely is the priority for this Department. To assist parents and guardians with questions about their child’s routes or pick-up times, operators are ready to…Details
Don’t miss this year’s annual School to Work Transition Fair, a FREE event for students with disabilities, their families, educators, and more.
March 2, 2019
8:00 am – 12:30 pm
Kight Center for Emerging Technologies
Indian River State College
Main Campus, V Building
3209 Virginia Avenue
Fort Pierce, FL 34981
St. Lucie Public Schools put together an energy advisory board, consisting of vendors, engineers, district staff, utility company personnel, architects, engineers, school board members and others, to address ways to reduce utility costs. Rather than just considering individual schools with immediate needs, the group outlined a long-term plan for the entire district, looking at systems…Details
Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition would like to thank all those who donated to our Toys for Tots Drive. We were proud to present over 250 gifts to Sgt. Lynch, coordinator of the St Lucie County Toys for Tots Drive. Pictured from left is Joshua Berger, Cooper Kuba, Assistant Principal Kathleen Perez, Assistant…Details