Weatherbee Elementary participated in the 2012 Circle of Hope, an event designed to raise awareness of various forms of cancer as well as to raise money for research. As a part of this year’s event, several cancer survivors were interviewed and the program was broadcast live to all classrooms. The school chose to wear red as…Details
At the May 22, 2012, St. Lucie County School Board meeting, a thank you letter dated May 1, 2012 to St. Lucie County School District from Sung Poblete, President/CEO of Stand Up To Cancer, was read and presented to the board for its ongoing support of Cody Denig’s Circle of Hope Event. A Resolution proclaiming…Details
Students from West Gate K-8 were recently visited by Rick Bender, a cancer survivor. Rick is a motivational speaker who shares his story of surviving throat cancer after losing a section of his face to illustrate the dangers of spitless tobacco. He had the students captivated with his personal story and the information he imparted about…Details
St. Lucie Elementary students received a special presentation from the National Theatre for Children. During the presentation, the students learned from Captain Wattage the importance of energy conservation and how they can reduce energy consumption at home. Since 1978, The National Theatre for Children has dedicated itself to teaching young students about important and timely…Details
Caleb Miller’s grandfather, Art Lauzon, came and visited Michelle O’Keefe’s kindergarten class as Capt’n Book. Dressed as a pirate, he entertained the students with a fun-filled book. Mr. Lauzon is a retired principal from Duval County and loves helping support reading in the school.
Students had the opportunity to engage in the Captain Wattage performance. Students learned about energy and electricity. Students also learned about the uses of energy, ways energy is wasted, and how to conserve energy.
The students and staff at Fort Pierce Westwood High School welcomed Mr. Michael Carbenia, the director of Career & Technical Education, as a guest in the Speakers Bureau series. Mr. Carbenia opened his presentation with a PowerPoint used to describe the Career & Technical Education program. He explained to students that the Career and Technical…Details
West Gate K-8 students learned about various high school Career and Technical Education programs from across the SLPS District through their Career and Reality Fair. Students and instructors from Criminal Justice, Allied Health, Agritechnology, and Biomedical programs provided students with hand-on demonstrations. In addition, they provided information about curriculum. Bill Wilcox from Phoenix Medals spoke…Details
This month, the Florida Department of Education, students and educators are celebrating Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month with the 2018 theme, “Celebrate Today and Own Tomorrow.” “We are proud to offer Floridians a public education system that was designed to help students of all ages and backgrounds reach their academic and career goals,” said…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools will host a Career Fair to hire exceptional teachers for the 2018-2019 academic school year. The fair will be held on Friday, July 13th from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm. Saint Lucie West K-8 School, located at 1501 SW Cashmere Blvd, Port Saint Lucie FL 34986 will be the host site. If you…Details