On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, Keiser University in partnership with St. Lucie Public Schools Career and Technical Education Department hosted the Criminal Justice Academy Completers Awards Breakfast. More than one hundred seniors from Fort Pierce Central High School, Fort Pierce Westwood High School, St. Lucie West Centennial High School, and Treasure Coast High School kicked…Details
9th Annual Family Reading Festival And Safety Fest Saturday, April 28 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM First Data Field (Mets Stadium) Port St. Lucie Family Reading Festival FREE St. Lucie Mets game ticket to the first 300 children! Free Goodie Bags – Thanks to the Children’s Services Council! EVENTS: Meet Awesome Authors in Author Alley!…Details
April is Autism Awareness Month which provides outstanding opportunities to increase our knowledge, understanding, acceptance, and appreciation of Autism as well as all levels of disabilities, and thus continue our efforts to promote inclusionary environments for Students with Disabilities. SLPS staff and students are wearing blue each Friday in April. What is Autism? (AutismSociety.Org) What…Details
Thom Jones of the Education Foundation, St. Lucie County extends a special thank you to Paul Jakubczak, Carol Wilson, and Lois Wolfe of the Ft. Pierce Utilities Authority and the Boys and Girls Clubs for launching the first STAR Business Mentor Class! These STAR Scholars will be mentored over the next two years as part…Details
The Young Authors’ Celebration is just around the corner. That means books are due very soon! Young Author Books are due to Rivers Edge on 4/30! Please feel free to email Ilyse Brainin if your books will not make the pony in time. St. Lucie County Reading Council’s Young Authors’ Celebration – 2018! Quick…Details
MOA Students engaged in an ecosystem sampling/surveying activity that included dip-netting, cast netting and hiking through mangrove swamp and hammock along the Indian River Lagoon at Pepper Park and Wild Cat Cove. Our young minds are exploring and finding solutions to protect our waterways! Way to go Bulldogs!
For Music in our Schools Month, I would like to introduce you to F.K. Sweet’s “Blues Brothers Team!”
For our Musical Color Wars theme, our Administration and Front Office Staff paid tribute to the Blues Brothers!
PrepVolleyball.com has been working since November attempting to identify the top varsity-playing sophomores (Class of 2020) in the country in 2017. This recognition is based on outstanding High School Varsity Achievement for the 2017 season. SLW Centennial Sophomore, Kailey McKnight made it onto the Elite Honorable Mention List. Kailey McKnight, 5-9 OH, St. Lucie West…Details
School Board Chair Dr. Donna Mills was at Lawnwood Regional Medical Center with SLPS educators and Executive Director of Exceptional Student Education and Student Services Bill Tomlinson taking a STOP THE BLEED Training. The training was all about saving a life by knowing how to stop bleeding of open wounds after an injury. More people…Details
At Frances K. Sweet, students and teachers are celebrating “Fine Arts in the School” month. Mr. Ingram’s classroom entrance welcomes students with “The Colors of Music” and each week they will be exploring a new genre of music. In Mrs. Miller’s Visual Arts class, students are exploring different medias and are voting on which piece…Details