Kindergarten students at Windmill Point Elementary School enjoyed a visit from Josh the Otter. Students learned all about the Water Safety and Literacy Project!
Windmill Point Elementary School invited students from Treasure Coast High School to join the elementary school students. These older “book buddies” had a wonderful time reading with their new friends!
Kudos for Sam Gaines Academy AVID students for volunteering to tutor struggling students during seventh period, two days per week, for three weeks prior FCAT Writes! The awesome student tutors are, from left, Jesus Gill, David Osorio, Wayne Farmer, Allison Schiavi, Dana Bennett, Sherneice Robins, Bianca Castillo, and Shania Farmer. Without the one-on-one tutorial ESE and ESOL…Details
Samuel Gaines Academy offers an after school tutoring program called A+ Tutor U. Participating students were recognized with medallions and gift cards for the academic growth they have made in the program throughout the year. Pictured, top row from left, are Matt Roy, Yohan Purkiss, Jesus Cuevas, Kemmy Brianvil, and teacher Kimberly Masters. Bottom row, from left,…Details
Gaines Academy kindergartners, from left, Mauricio Murillo-Rojo, Angel Raya, and Roberto Luna Jr. from Tracy Davis’ class were full of excitement flying their paper-bag kites. The students made the kites during a writing assignment where they had to write step by step directions on how to make a paper-bag kite.
Gaines Academy recently intalled new picnic tables outside the gym to help promote a positive school environment. Some of Kimberly Masters’ third grade students were the first to take advantage of using these tables while enjoying their lunch. Pictured, left side front to back, are Fernanda Carrasco, Daisy Guzman-Esquivel, and Gabriela Armendariz. Right side, front to…Details
The Northport K-8 Media Center radiated beauty, power, strength and a sense of family recently as the students and teachers celebrated and honored Women’s History. Each year during March, Northport Media Center transforms into a center for women’s culture. The program this year was dedicated to Connithea Arrindell and also to the strong, powerful and…Details
Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition second grade students Hayden Tate, from left, Riley Holtzclaw and Matthew Tucker are learning about graphing. Students in Lorrie Rudzinski’s class did a science experiment with blubber. They estimated how long they could keep their hand in ice water with and without the blubber, graphing their results.
Kindergartners from Fairlawn Elementary recently experienced Colombian culture by watching a Colombian dance company preform many traditional dance from Columbia at the Sunrise Theater in Fort Pierce. The students were mesmerized by the music and the brightness of the costumes. It was truly a wonderful experience for these young students.
First grade students from Terra Zdenek’s class at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition dress up to participate in “ Green Day” along with the administrators for $1. The money collected is being donated to the Relay for Life program to help in cancer research.