In celebration of Arbor Day, Mariposa Elementary School fourth graders were foresters for a day. The students were able to plant the state tree, Sabal Palm, around the school grounds in hopes to bring awareness of the importance of plants and trees in our environment. At the end of the day, each student was able to take home a Sabal Palm of their…Details
The STAR program’s focus is to recognize employees for their behaviors, skills and actions that correlate with the District’s vision and acknowledge those that exemplify its core values. Appreciation for benevolence goes to a team at West Gate K-8 and Treasure Coast High: Kirstin Bowman Samantha Bowman Esther Guzman Elyse Kirkaldy It was over the…Details
A presentation was given by Mr. Bill Tomlinson, Executive Director for Student Services & ESE, at the school board meeting on April 28th recognizing April as Autism Awareness Month. He thanked Mr. Robert Cranmer and his staff for organizing the walk for Autism Speaks with such a great success. Karen Kozak, from the Fire District,…Details
The American Association of School Librarians celebrate school librarians and their programs every April during School Library Month. During this time, school librarians are encouraged to host activities to help their school and local community learn more about the essential role that strong school library programs offer to tranform learning. To learn more, visit http://www.ala.org/aasl/advocacy/slm
Join us in celebration for 2019 National Autism Awareness Month! National Autism Awareness Month represents an excellent opportunity to promote autism awareness, autism acceptance, and to draw attention to the tens of thousands facing an autism diagnosis each year. Put on the Puzzle! The Autism Awareness Puzzle Ribbon is the most recognized symbol of the autism…Details
In the Applebee’s Above and “Bee”yond contest, Nikayia wrote an essay about Mrs. DeVries and how she deserves to win this award. Nikayia’s essay was chosen and Mrs. DeVries was the St. Lucie County Applebee’s Above and Beyond winner! She will receive $500 to spend in her classroom for the 2019-2020 school year. Congratulations, Mrs.…Details
Please help us welcome our 2017/2018 5th Grade “Gator Patrol!”
These 5th graders have exhibited all the attributes of being Respectful, Responsible, and Safe!
The K-2 Elementary Chorus performed on Saturday, December 6th at the Santa Pancake Breakfast. Students sang a variety of songs from Feliz Navidad to Let it Go. The APF Chorus wowed the audience with their stellar movements and beautiful singing. The 3-5 Advanced Chorus performed as well including an original holiday song to the music…Details
Mrs. Furtah’s first grade students at APF enjoyed a visit from the Manatee Center. The portable touch tank provided a hands-on approach to learn about plant and animal life in the ocean!