Bayshore Elementary kindergarten student Lukas Siminski gets ready for the holiday show. Lukas was dressed as an elf during Bayshore’s Rock ‘n Roll Holiday Show.
Jar’Breanna Frierson and Samuel Villalobos from Dorian Newbern’s first grade class at F.K. Sweet Elementary are busy creating their own gingerbread houses. Students were allowed to express their creativity and decorate the outside to suit their own tastes.
Bayshore Elementary School pre-K students in Greta Wester’s class had a guest reader. Students were excited when Michael J. Lannon, Superintendent of St. Lucie County Schools, stopped by to support literacy and read to the students.
Bayshore Elementary School students participated in a PBS winter raffle. Students earn jazzy cash by showing their SPOTS! They were able to purchase raffle tickets to try and win a basketball, camera, art set, ripstik skateboard or a twister game. Zachary De Aguiar (left) and Camber Adams (right) put their raffle tickets into the bags.
Bayshore Elementary School kindergarten students participated in Snowman Day. Zachary Comperchio (left) and Katheryn Arguelles (right) from Nicole Alvigi’s kindergarten class work to create a pattern necklace.
Fifth grade students at St. Lucie Elementary have been working on many science lab projects this year. Warren Wiley, Pedro Escobedo, and Salvador Leon in Leigh Bretherick’s class are shown working on an assignment using tools that represent different bird beaks and the types of food they would be able to eat.
Northport K-8 instructors are pleased to begin literary instruction in a new and fresh arena for 2012. Northport teachers Jennifer Babcock Carey and Deb Mock completed a grant to begin work on a literacy plaza, an outdoor classroom setting for Northport K-8 School. Instructor Valerie Niewieroski began work hand painting the four seasons display which…Details
Northport K-8 middle grades science instructor and science fair program leader, Dr. Laura Woodworth, escorted groups of students through the school science fair exhibits recently. The exhibits are a culmination of the school based science fair programming. The program is an authentic assessment of classroom learning and an excellent demonstration of student knowledge of science…Details
On the last day of school prior to winter break, Floresta Elementary School students participated in the Positive Behavior Support Chance Opportunities to Win. Students used their Dolphin Dollars to purchase opportunities to win a variety of great prizes to reinforce and reward students for making good choices. Floresta t-shirts, class pizza parties, lunch with…Details
A third grade class at Osceola Magnet School in Vero Beach adopted HeatherNesbitt’s first grade classroom for a “give back” Christmas. The Osceola students all wrote two letters, wrapped a book and tied a holiday pencil on each package. It was truly amazing to watch the students open their gifts, read their letters and get really excited about a new book! …Details