This year’s inaugural Marching Band Showcase was a spectacular event that highlighted the talents and skills of students and directors. Fans crowded Lawnwood Stadium on Saturday evening (October 14) for an exciting evening of music as middle school and high school marching bands performed selections independently and (in a special performance) together under the direction…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools is planning a celebration to honor National Unity Day on October 25th. On this day, we are asking everyone to wear ORANGE to send a message of support, hope, and unity to show that we are together against bullying and united for kindness, acceptance and inclusion.
During the October School Board meeting President of the Education Foundation Thom Jones launched “Working Together for Success,” the Education Foundation’s theme to support all of the advances recently made by the School District in ranking and graduation rates. Jones shared the fact that The Foundation had obtained Resolutions of support from the City of…Details
Northport community is thankful and grateful for the wonderful partnership with First United Methodist Church of Port St. Lucie. Not only do many members of the congregation serve in the school as volunteers and mentors and Rev. Dr. Rad Orlandi has been tapped as NP Volunteer of the Year, but the church and the Pastor,…Details
Fifth grade students at Allapattah Flats K-8 know all about matter! They used shoe boxes to explore their creative side to display the three states of matter. Students were able to use correct vocabulary and elaboration with their provided “explanation” boxes. Some students showed the particle behavior of states of matter while others showed examples of…Details
Ms. Rovendro’s 4th grade class has been learning about physical and chemical changes in science, and they made slime to illustrate how chemical changes work.
The Port St. Lucie Civic Center hosted the annual College Fair to inform all students and parents about colleges and universities to prepare them for the future.
The Port St. Lucie High School Jaguar JROTC volunteered to help the colleges, universities, and community supporters set up and prepare for the the event.
Applebee’s has re-scheduled the FREE Welcome Back Breakfast for teachers, administrators and their families. All locations EXCEPT for the Fort Pierce Applebee’s will host the breakfast on Sunday, October 22 @ 8:30 AM. If you want to attend the Fort Pierce Applebee’s Breakfast, it has been rescheduled for Saturday, October 28 @ 8:30 AM. If…Details
Ms. Marino’s RTI group of 2nd graders learned about recycling with Keep Port St. Lucie Beautiful last week by finding and picking up items that could be recycled from their school grounds.
Thank you to #KPSLB for lending us the grabbers to be used in this lesson.
President Ilyse Braini, Vice President Nicole Eak, and members of the St. Lucie Reading Council shared the Council’s proclamation at the October School Board meeting. Promoting the love of literacy, encouraging membership, and celebrating the benefits of life-long learning and reading were included in the message. The audience was all ears as the announcement was…Details