By: Sarai Narvaez The Port Saint Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion held their annual Change of Command Ceremony on April 26, 2017. The Change of Command Ceremony is a ceremony to pass the command from the current Battalion Commander to the incoming Battalion Commander. The key of the Change of Command is the passing of…Details
Northport teachers are participating in an intensive book study led by Assistant Principal Meghan Drost using Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind. Teachers are learning and putting into action steps for making the teaching and learning experiences more real and authentic for our Title 1 school and for our students. “When teaching in a Title…Details
Assistant Principal Jane Cox dances with kindergarten students for their monthly PBIS event. Students who earned enough Class Dojo points through positive behavior, attended a dance and enjoyed showing off their best moves.
Arielle Fountain represented Fort Pierce Westwood in Gainesville at the FFA Agriculture Education Career Development Event (CDE) and placed in the top six to advance to the State contest in June! Arielle developed a lesson plan, taught UF professors, and took a written test on the standards she was assigned to teach! She plans to…Details
Manatee K-8 Academy showed up with a spirited team to support Autism Awareness during April’s Charity Flag Football event. Go team!
EVERYONE, including children of all ages, must have a ticket in order to be admitted to SLPS graduation ceremonies. Plan to arrive at least one hour prior to your child’s SLPS graduation start time. All ceremonies will be broadcast live on “The St. Lucie Education Channel” and streamed on YouTube. In keeping with the academic…Details
Bring the whole family out to Tradition Field for the annual Family Reading Festival and Safety Festival.
9 AM – 2 PM
Scholastic Book Fair
Read to a VIP
Free Goodie Bags
By Renee Adderly-Clark On Friday, April 21, Allapattah Flats welcomed motivation speaker and author Joseph Dillard of the Speakers Bureau. Mr. Dillard has a passion for reaching young people with a message of realizing that the battle is “ME VS. ME”! From birth until now, there are many factors in our lives that…Details
Fifth grade students at Mariposa Elementary observed the life cycle of a butterfly during their science unit on living organisms. They learned about plant and animal adaptations, including complete and incomplete metamorphosis. The students finished off this unit by releasing the butterflies into their natural environment. Fifth grade teacher, Mrs. Zoie Griffiths, releases a butterfly…Details
In celebration of Earth Day, Mrs. Sharon Dudash’s class spent the week on a number of environmental projects re-purposing trash into beautiful artwork and gifts. The students made various size holders for school supplies out of cans. Their display also included candle holders and pencil holders from glass and plastic. Everyone enjoyed the colorfully decorated rain sticks made from used cardboard…Details