In October, Fort Pierce Westwood Agriscience hosted 22 Manatee Vet Prep 8th grade students and parents. The group was treated to a tour and demonstration at the Agriscience facility then on to Veterinary Assisting where several Manatee alumni were seen leading hands-on activities. The Manatee 8th graders were engaged and appreciated seeing the opportunities Westwood offers…Details
Three Forest Grove Middle School Chorus students have been selected to participate in the 2019 Florida Music Educators Association (FMEA) All-State Choruses. They are: Sebastian Spence (8th Grade) – Tenor – Florida All-State 7/8 Mixed Chorus Alvin Lyons, Jr. (7th Grade) – Tenor – Florida All-State 7/8 Mixed Chorus Ella Gagliardi (8th Grade) – Alto…Details
Early in November, approximately 300 St. Lucie Public Schools students attended Indian River State College’s Great Explorations. Each student was able to focus on an area of interest then attend program tours, presentations, and hands-on activities. Many set plans and goals for their future careers! .
Parkway Elementary is getting into the Thanksgiving spirit.
Northport hosted a contingency of veterans from American Legion, Post 318 and Vietnam Veterans, Chapter 566 for a panel discussion for a commemoration of Veterans Day. The program began with second grade students from Jennifer Lusardi’s class leading the Pledge of Allegiance and giving a special salute to our veterans. Miss Lusardi’s father, Joe Lusardi.…Details
On Wednesday November 7, 2018, Port St. Lucie High School’s Army JROTC Jaguar Battalion’s color guard presented the national colors as students said the Pledge of Allegiance and sang the National Anthem. Opening the Morningside Elementary Veterans Day Ceremony and commanding the color guard was Cadet Sergeant Lawrence Moleon Mathews accompanied by Cadet Command Sergeant…Details
Amazing staff, talented students, and a school district making unprecedented gains — a winning combination.
On October 25, 2018, roughly 280 SLPS seniors from across the entire district attended State of the Jobs conference (SOJC). Students learned about various aspects of Skilled Trades, Manufacturing and Healthcare. The three career fields were identified in the Skills Gap Analysis as critical areas in need of workers. Students learned about each career path…Details
WCE students participated in the Kids at Hope Tunnel. Students were cheered on by staff and community members as they were reminded that they are capable of success.
Treasure Coast High School Engineering students work on building obstacle walls for the JROTC program on campus.