April is Autism Awareness Month; see the flier above to join in on a great event to raise awareness for this cause.
St. Lucie Public Schools proudly supported the April 8 Firefighters Charity Flag Football Tournament at Jessica Clinton Park.
Please join St. Lucie Public Schools in supporting the St. Lucie Fire Department as it hosts a family fun event on April 8th for Autism Awareness. This family fun day centered around a charity flag football game will also host many vendors and provide fun activities for all ages. This event will be held at…Details
Saint Lucie County Fire Department Autism Awareness Event Co-Sponsored by: Westgate K-8 and Palm Pointe Educational Research School April 8, 2018 – Lyngate Park Registration: starts at 8:00am Walk: starts at 9:30am Activities: 8:00am – 1:00pm Bounce Houses, DJ, Face Painting, Food and more Vendors Welcome $25.00 non-profit and $50.00 for Profit ALL PROCEEDS…Details
April Is Autism Awareness Month. What Is Autism Spectrum Disorder? “Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disability. Children and adults with ASD have difficulty with social communication/interaction and exhibit restrictive and/or repetitive patterns of behavior. There is a wide range of ability among people with ASD. Some people with ASD are gifted and…Details
Manatee Academy continued to celebrate Children’s Book Week Tuesday with presentations by not one, but two authors. Pictured is author David Mark Lopez speaking to engaged fourth grade students. David writes the spectacular Maddie’s Magic Marker series. Amy Adams, author of Tagged, presented to our seventh and eighth grade students.
Recently at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students were treated to a visit by David Mark Lopez, author of the Maddie’s Magic Marker historical fiction series. Mr. Lopez amazed students by reciting and acting out entire chapters from two of his books and engaged them with a question…Details
Kate Klise, author of “Dying To Meet You,” one of this year’s Sunshine State books, visited Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition recently to discuss her books and give tips to our future authors. Ms. Klise also gave a non-fiction writing workshop for selected sixth graders. This year’s third through fifth grade students who read…Details
Bayshore Elementary School students participated in Celebrate Literacy Week! Fourth and fifth grade students had a visit from author Michael Anthony Steele who shared his experiences as a writer and screenwriter. Pictured is Alana Edwards, fourth grade student from Ms. Duprey’s class, with Michael Anthony Steele after signing a poster of his latest release, the novelization of Night at the Museum: Secret of…Details
Author Lois McGuire visited Rivers Edge Elementary School to read her book Don’t Be That Kid At School. Each Rivers Edge teacher was given a copy of the book as well as the Teacher Resource Guide, funded through the Education Foundation grants for teachers. Dr. McGuire is a retired Superintendent from New Jersey and worked…Details