October 7, 2014, was an awesome day for St. Lucie Public Schools as fathers/male care givers went back to school! Rather it was “Donuts with Dads,” “A Fathers’ Rally with a march around the school field” or “Game Night with Dad,” father figures pledged their support to the educational growth of students. The march grew out…Details
The fifth grade members of the F.K. Sweet Elementary camera crew meet each morning in the media center to produce and facilitate the morning announcements and news. Crew members are recommended by their teachers based on citizenship and academics. If a scheduled presenter is absent, they are also always ready and able to take their spot…Details
SLPS is pleased to announce the Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) Model Schools for the 2013-14 School Year. This week, notification of the PBIS Model Schools was provided from the University Of South Florida (USF). USF manages the PBIS project for the state of Florida, and PBIS Model School status is for the prior…Details
Mrs. Eibl and Mrs. Therrien’s class built derby cars and raced them down the hallway in their latest enrichment STEAM activity. The Race Is On At MSE!
Fort Pierce Central’s Cobra Pride makes its way onto the set as students rehearse prior to the start of school.
Cobra drummers and percussionists rehearse for game day.
Over 600 St. Lucie Public Schools students received food, clothing, and supplies from generous members of the Elks Lodge #1520 in Fort Pierce. The December 12th delivery schedule started out promising to serve 3 schools, but as donations poured in, the number of schools quickly grew to 13. This growth mirrors the growth in the…Details
On Saturday May 19th, over 100 parents and their Young Authors gathered to celebrate literacy and the art of writing! The St. Lucie County Reading Council sponsors the celebration annually held at Oak Hammock School. This year over 20 of our schools participated and their representatives were treated to a new book, a guest author…Details
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In an effort to better engage families this school year, Parkway Elementary, of St. Lucie County Schools hosted a family literacy workshop, called REaD Carpet Ready. This fun, interactive family workshop engaged K-5 parents and their children in a 1.5-hour, red-carpet-themed training program. Parents learned easy-to-implement reading strategies to support their child’s literacy development at…Details
Over 300 students, parents, police officers and ROTC members participated in CSI night at MSE. The students “scientifically” tested clues (blood, finger prints, PH, hair, etc.) to find out who stole the candy jar. Mr. Graff was the thief! Thank you, Mrs. Jennings, for another successful CSI night!