After learning about their school family in class, the VPK children in Mrs. Reynolds and Ms. Ifill-Bowen’s class at Allapattah Flats took a tour to visit some of the people who work in their school. They met school personnel and saw them at work. The children learned a little more about what each person does…Details
2016-2017 VPK/Title I School Year Program Free Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK) Program (Child must be four (4) years old on or before September 1, 2016.) FULL DAY PROGRAM WITH CERTIFIED TEACHERS TRANSPORTATION, BREAKFAST & LUNCH AVAILABLE (Some restrictions may apply.) For registration information visit: http://www.stlucie.k12.fl.us/our-programs/voluntary-pre-k/ Contact: Karen Crosby at (772) 429-4634 or Cassandra Dillard at (772)…Details
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On May 12th the School Board recognized Walmart Distribution Center for its partnership with St. Lucie Public Schools and the creation of the West Gate K-8 Reading and Inclusion Garden. Pictured are, Donna Mills, Edward Madrid, Genelle Yost, Joe Wallace, and Bill Tomlinson.
The Office of Teaching and Learning thank Walmart Distribution Center for awarding the Walmart Community Grant to the Early Childhood Department in order to support superior professional development. The $2000.00 award supports the Early Childhood Conference and on-going professional development in St. Lucie County.
St. Lucie West Centennial High School Junior Kaylee Wampler was applauded for her student leadership efforts at May’s School Board Meeting. She has already started making her mark and lending her voice to causes for which she feels passion. Most recently, she was an eloquent speaker at the League of Women Voters. In addition,…Details
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By: Syanna Graham Port St. Lucie High School showed its support at the event for Warriors On the Water. The Jaguar Battalion attended the event and presented the colors. The Color Guard was led by Cadet Major Dallas Reyes carrying the national flag, and Cadet Command Sergeant Major Damilola Jolaogun carrying the state flag. Cadet…Details
Thanks to the Partnership in Education between Weatherbee Elementary and the United States Coast Guard Station Fort Pierce, Weatherbee’s first, third, and fifth graders were able to learn about water safety. Seaman Fawn Moro delivered an informative presentation, teaching the students how to stay safe in, on, and around the water. After the presentation, the…Details