WPBF Meteorologist Britley Ritz did it again! She brought a storm of excitement to students at St. Lucie West K-8 during a special weather lesson. Britley helped students understand weather systems and answered the many interesting questions ranging from what it takes to be a meteorologist to detailed inquiries about hurricanes. Thank you, WPBF, for…Details
Do you currently use Canvas in your classroom? Do you want to learn how to add interactivity to your modules to increase engagement? If so, you can learn more with this online learning opportunity, Adding Interactivity to your Canvas Courses. Sign up now in Frontline. Contact Julia Hilburn at Julia.Hilburn@stlucieschools.org with any questions.
Wonderful things with literacy are happening in the K-2 section of Northport! This week is “National Dog Week!” In honor of our children building literacy skills in a fun way and dogs, Star Bright Therapy dogs have been visiting classes and titillating children to read. Reading therapy dogs have visited the classes of April Smith,…Details
Students learned about the importance of etiquette when interviewing for jobs and became student members of the TCBA. Thank you Maddie Williams, Executive Director of the Treasure Coast Builders Association!
On December 8 from 8 am – noon, New Horizons is hosting a FREE all-you-can-eat breakfast at Mets Stadium/First Data Field for the children of St. Lucie County and surrounding areas. This year promises to be even more fun, as the youth are invited to stay a bit longer and watch “Elf” on the big…Details
New Horizons Breakfast With Santa
Free for Youth 17 and Under
$5 for Adult or Bring an Unwrapped Gift
Saturday, December 2
8 AM – Noon
Mets Stadium/First Data Field
Toys for Tots Toy Drive
Students in eighth grade language arts classes at Allapattah Flats K8 are busy brainstorming and categorizing different topics. Pictured, from left, Jonaton Jeantry, Latonia Jones, and Skylar Lasseur are racing against a clock to brainstorm as many phrases, words or related categories as possible. Once their time is up they create different categories to narrow…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools supports Big Brothers Big Sisters each year during the annual Bowl For Kids’ Sake campaign. This year, five schools were recognized by the organization for their tremendous fundraising efforts. Morningside Elementary 1st Place $1,037.95 Floresta Elementary 2nd Place $970.50 Rivers Edge Elementary 3rd Place $830.00 F. K. Sweet Elementary 4th Place …Details
This year’s Bowl for Kids’ Sake proved to be inviting and exciting for participants in St. Lucie County as school teams and SLPS departments took to the lanes with other community organizations. The annual fundraiser is more than just bowling. “It’s about the kids and raising money to support the mentoring programs of Big Brothers…Details