On Tuesday, September 17 four Culinary Institute of America (CIA) chefs presented CIA at St Lucie West Centennial High. Over 92 high school students from St Lucie West Centennial (SLWC), Fort Pierce Central, and Martin County High participated in four workshops: Chef Donald Sedivy-CIA Graduate and local Chef working in prestigious Private Clubs demonstrated a…Details
We have a unique opportunity on Monday, August 21! This will be the first time in 99 years that a total solar eclipse will cross the nation coast-to-coast. In Florida, as the Moon passes between the Sun and Earth, it will only partially block the Sun making it look like early evening in the middle…Details
Join Florida Department of Education (FDOE) in helping increase awareness about children with mental health needs and end the stigma around seeking help. On May 9, 2019, join the FDOE and wear green in support of Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day. Celebrate the statewide awareness campaign and tag a photo of your group wearing green…Details
This past weekend, Port St. Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion Honor Guard helped in assisting staff at the Children’s Emporium. The Honor Guard helped staff with supervising children, setting up games and activities, as well as, cleaning up after the event.
Come visit Childhood Nutrition Services this week at the St. Lucie County Fair in Community Building B. We have some tasty snacks to sample!
Child Nutrition Services is proud to announce for the 2017-2018 school year we offered the students of St. Lucie Public Schools over 219,000 pounds of Florida grown produce, over 53,000 pounds of Florida beef, and over 6,400,000 half pints of milk on school serving lines as part of the Farm to School Program. As we…Details
The kindergarten students in Ms. Ham’s class at Oak Hammock K-8 have four new fluffy additions to their classroom. In September, we studied farm animals and what animals need to survive. As a culminating activity, we received eggs from the 4-H farm in Fort Pierce to incubate. We learned what was happening inside of the…Details
Second and Third Grade students at Mariposa Elementary challenged their families and friends to chess this week! Students came to school dressed up as chess pieces, ready to teach their families how each piece moves. Families enjoyed some chess poems and a brief explanation of how to play. Then students challenged their peers and relatives…Details
Students in Ms. Marla Liberatore’s third grade class at Frances K. Sweet are honing their chess skills after their “First Move” lesson. Pictured from the left are Wilkens Michaud and Jonah DiCuia.
F.K. Sweet Elementary is very fortunate to have former teacher Tom Filipkowski return to volunteer his time in continuing the ever popular Chess Club on Thursday mornings. The Chess Club has always been a favorite with intermediate students. Not only are the skills of the game and high level thinking covered, but the love of the game and sportsmanship is also stressed.