The Sunrise Theatre and the Sunrise Theatre Foundation are pleased to announce the 2017/18 school time performances! Space is limited, so please plan early with your school administrator’s approval for your class or grade group participation. Confirm Theatre space and bus availability with the Sunrise, and ensure that all District field trip procedures are followed.…Details
For the 12th year the Sunrise Theatre is committed to providing students in St. Lucie, Indian River, Okeechobee, and Martin Counties the opportunity to attend live theatrical performances. The School Time Performances offer current, challenging and artistically diverse programming performed by international, national and regional artists and theatrical companies. For some students, it is their…Details
Port St. Lucie’s Sunset Rotary President Larry Breault and Rotary Volunteer Julie Lambert received a huge “thank you” from third graders at Village Green Environmental Studies School after they were presented with free dictionaries and lessons on how to use them via a quick sleuthing activity. During the presentation, the children also learn about the Rotary and its commitment to helping…Details
Pictured is the winning team for the Sunshine Kitchen Scholarship Cook Off. Congratulations to Evelyn Miranda from Treasure Coast High School and Jorge Carrillo from Indian River State College. Their winning creation was a delicious lemon honey mustard buer blanc chicken with sautéed vegetables. Congratulations!
Students at Palm Pointe Eduactional Research School @ Tradition celebrate at a pizza and ice cream social after reading all 15 of the Sunshine State Reader’s Books. Pictured, back row from left, Christopher Decambre, Erika Goldberg, Shelby Arbacheski and Serena Williams. Front row, from left, David Ferguson, Judith Darville and Melanie Persad.
The fifth grade students at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition participated in a Super Scientist Lab Day. Through seven different investigations, the students learned about chemical and physical changes. Each of the fifth grade teachers conducted a different experiment showing either a chemical or physical change. The teachers rotated through each of the…Details
Students in Mrs. Bennett’s 3rd grade class at F.K. Sweet presented Superintendent E. Wayne Gent with a certificate. He enjoyed spending part of his morning reading to them as part of a Black History Month lesson activity.
Superintendent E. Wayne Gent provided an educational update during the Economic Development Council’s Investors’ Lunch Meeting. With a focus on the School District’s escalating graduation rates as well as career and technical opportunities, he stressed how the need is greater than ever for the next generation to be prepared to deal with the demands of…Details
Superintendent E. Wayne Gent was sworn in as St. Lucie Public School’s new Superintendent of Schools on July 21, 2015, during the School Board meeting. The new superintendent values the support he has received from the community and appreciates this opportunity to serve. He will focus on teaching and learning as the core mission, leadership…Details
Mrs. Patrick’s 2nd grade class was visited by Superintendent E. Wayne Gent! He read them a wonderful Christmas story entitled Christmas City by Michael Garland. The students thanked him with a present of their own — new socks! Mr. Gent promptly put them on and wore them with pride! Thank you, Mr. Gent, for a…Details