After learning about the celebrations that take place during Chinese New Year, Kristin Griffin’s kindergarten class at Frances K. Sweet Elementary enjoyed eating traditional Chinese foods. They feasted on dumplings that symbolize togetherness in the coming year and stir-fried rice that represents harmony and happiness. Nicole Williams and Terry McQueen show their classmates how to eat withchopsticks.
Northport K-8 School Media Services is pleased and honored to welcome Bill Arnold, Northport’s Senior Volunteer of the Year and St. Lucie County School District Senior Volunteer of the Year for a special program for sixth graders on the Starfish team in the Media Center. Mr. Arnold was selected to represent the school and the…Details
Second grade students, from left, Dylan Rizzo, Sylvava Petrozzino, and Connor Kovich-Bousley in Traci Lott’s second grade class at F.K. Sweet Elementary enjoy exercising during extended physical education time by playing Twister. Twister is a game that is sure to stretch the body and exercise every muscle. The state mandated several years ago that every student receive…Details
Can you guess the beautiful babies in Room 306? Every year the students in Barbara Whellams’ third grade class at F.K. Sweet Elementary bring in baby pictures for the February bulletin board. Students Stoney Braynen, Olivia Sperber, and Will Nelson are having fun trying to guess their classmates and the one with the most correct matches,…Details
Southport Middle School’s Media Center held a movie and popcorn event for students who read and successfully tested over six or more Sunshine State Reader books. Students received a paperback book of their choice, a poster and some Sunshine Reader pencils and bookmarks. Pictured, from left, are Devyn Sarno, Brendan Gonzalez (the first student to…Details
Students at Weatherbee Elementary are rising to the reading challenge set forth by the school’s Literacy Committee and we say, “Hats On” to them! Pictured with Principal Michael Hitsman are students who have earned their Reading Challenge cap, which is worn on Fridays, as well as students who have continued on to earn shoe laces and…Details
Weatherbee Elementary students participated in the school’s annual Spelling Bee recently. Those who placed in the Spelling Bee are, from left, Jessica Eastland, a fourth grade student taking third place, Britney Eliassaint, a fifth grade student taking second place and Alexa Torres, a fourth grade student gaining the first place position and serving as Weatherbee’s representative…Details
Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition is proud to announce the middle school Spelling Bee winners. The judges for this year’s competition were Alison Yano, Brandi Pagano, Andrea Tang and Debbie Hawley, St. Lucie County School Board vice chairman and chairperson for the FAU board. The first place winner will compete in the district competition on…Details