This week be sure to watch the press conference regarding the Referendum and School Safety. We also have several new shows! Shows include the 2019 History Day, Legal Affairs hosted by Diamond Litty, Live United hosted by Kenrick Thomas, and Speakers Bureau hosted by Dr. Donna Mills. These are shows that you do not want…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools’ own Assistant Principal of the Year, Samantha Piscopo, wrote an article featured in the March 7th issue of ASCD Express, the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development’s (ASCD) e-newsletter. Published two to three times a month, this resource seeks to give educators practical, actionable strategies, and information from the most reputable…Details
Congratulations are in order for Morningside Elementary and Principal, Kathleen Melrose. For the 2018 holiday season, Morningside Elementary gathered 1020 toys for donation to Toys for Tots. The community is thankful for your generosity. Way to go Morningside!
Child Nutrition Services would like to congratulate Southport Middle School cafeteria staff on such an over the top National Breakfast Week Promotion! The students and staff truly had a great time with new uniforms, a Big Bites Bus, as well as a true race car! Southport has been recognized by the state Florida School Nutrition…Details
Students who will be high school freshmen for the 2019-2020 school year are encouraged to attend their assigned high school’s open house on Wednesday, March 13 from 6:00PM-8:00PM. For more information, contact your child’s school.
Congratulations to our Northport K-8 middle grades students who represented our community at the St. Lucie Public Schools History Fair. These students prevailed and received accolades for exemplary work in several categories. Heather Canales, Laura Guarino, and Allyson Sheets won third place in a group exhibit. Brooke Hundley and Laci Ford won first place for…Details
White City Elementary School received a monetary donation of $711.00 from the 7-Eleven Store located on Midway and US1. White City appreciates 7-Eleven for being a business partner and supporting the staff and students of WCE.
Fort Pierce Central High School’s Wrestling Team won its first Regional Wrestling Title since 1995. The 3A Region 3 Champs qualified 11 athletes for the state tournament. That is the most qualifiers in school’s 49-year history, and it ties for the most in St. Lucie County History. Coach Seidel said, “It’s well deserved for the…Details
The 31st Annual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Fair was host to over 240 middle and high school student projects. In the wide array of quality projects submitted, judges identified the top projects in each category based on rigorous rubrics accessing content and process. PLACE AWARDS Animal Science ANIM Junior Division 1st…Details
On Saturday March 2, 2019, four Fort Pierce Central High School students, Sarahi Fraga, McClintock Hoeffner, Luz Martinez, and Hope Thomas, won third place in the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association’s 19th Annual Management Competition, sponsored by the University of Central Florida’s Rosen College of Hospitality & Tourism. In this statewide competition, participating teams demonstrate…Details