Students who follow the ROAR Expectations at White City Elementary in Maria Cranmer’s and Amanda Dewey’s fifth grade class were invited to a tea to celebrate great behavior. Everyone was dressed to impress and enjoyed tea and pastries in an afternoon of elegance. Pictured is Alexis Rinaldo enjoying a cup of tea.
Students in Susan Funari’s second grade class at Allapattah Flats K-8 School have been busy learning how to tell time on an analog and digital clock. They have learned that there are 60 seconds in a minute and 60 minutes in an hour. They’ve even made their own clocks to practice telling time to the hour and…Details
Rain or shine, indoor practice or outdoor practice, student musicians will meet the challenges to rehearse, because…the show must go on!
In what has become an annual tradition, the Treasure Coast High School (TCHS) Titan Band Executive Leadership Team participated in a leadership workshop at Penny’s Band Camp. In mid-June, Eckerd College in St. Petersburg hosted this well respected four-day camp which has been training student leaders since 1972. Students from across Florida as well as…Details
The Office of Title I/School Renewal hosted a three-day institute for teachers and administrators from nine St. Lucie schools on August 7, 8 and 9 at Samuel Gaines Academy. The institute provided the opportunity for additional guidance, support and motivation to those supporting these schools as they work together to increase student achievement. Each day…Details
The “Manateam” from Manatee Academy K-8 came together to support one of their teachers who experienced flooding during Hurricane Irma to demonstrate how working together is better!
Student Assistance Program successfully providing evidence-based prevention curricula in St. Lucie County schools The Student Assistance Program (SAP), which is a free, in-school prevention program, is in the process of completing another school year of successful substance abuse and violence prevention programming in St. Lucie County. SAP, a program of New Horizons of the Treasure…Details
The three top school fundraising teams for the Big Brothers, Big Sisters (BBBS) “Bowl for Kids Sake” event were recognized at the October 23, 2012, St. Lucie County School Board meeting. The popular event is held every year, where teams raise funds to support BBBS mentoring programs. Pictured, from left with the trophies, are first…Details
Fifth grade Francis K. Sweet Elementary School student Rida Ahmed emerged as the champion speller for the second consecutive year in the 2012 St. Lucie County Spelling Bee, winning on the word bromeliad. Second place went to Northport K8 School seventh grade student Jared Diago, and in third place was fourth grade WestGate K8 School student…Details
The Economic Development Council of St. Lucie County (EDC) and the Treasure Coast Manufacturers Association (TCMA) introduced 15 high school guidance counselors from St. Lucie Public Schools to some of the county’s most prominent manufacturers. The inaugural School Counselor Tour showcased the wide variety of rewarding careers in manufacturing available to their students right here…Details