Art Contest (Grades K-3) Governor Rick Scott and First Lady Ann Scott’s Hispanic Heritage Month Art Contest is open to all K-3 students in the state of Florida. Two winners will be selected. Entry Dates: Entries must be mailed to Volunteer Florida: Hispanic Heritage Month Committee, 3800 Esplanade Way, Suite 180, Tallahassee, Florida 32311. All entries must…Details
ST. LUCIE COUNTY, FL – St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) invites fathers and male caregivers to come back to school! On Wednesday, September 26, a movement across the state of Florida will be put into motion whereby fathers and male caregivers are encouraged to bring their child to school, sign a pledge of involvement, and…Details
We are excited to announce the launch of Kids Tag Art in St. Lucie Public Schools for the 2016 – 2017 school year! This program is no ordinary fundraiser, as it allows ﬁfth grade students to apply thinking and creative skills to create their own personal license plate in their art class. The fun twist…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools is committed to helping students reach their post-secondary and career aspirations. On October 18th, juniors, seniors, and parents are invited to attend the College Fair and take one step closer to achieving personal goals. This Fair is designed to assist students with college and career choices. Representatives from more than 70…Details
CAM teachers kick off Teacher Appreciation week with their PRIDE tee-shirts.
Thank you, Mr. Robinson and Grannygrand Expressions Company, for our PRIDE tee-shirts.
Chester A. Moore teachers, staff, families, friends and community leaders came together for an evening of fun. Harvest Fest 2016 was put together to bring our families together, show our students a great time, and was 100% free to all.
First grade students enjoyed their day at the 4-H farm.
Students were able to see up-close various animals on the farm.
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