Calling all seventh graders! We want to know how you would make your city a better place. What would you do if you were mayor? Share your ideas on how you would make your city a better place. Follow the guidelines for the essay contest below, and submit your entry prior to the deadline. You…Details
A work skills opportunity that began percolating last year for students in the St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) Exceptional Student Education (ESE) program is brewing again this year with bold expectations. On Tuesday, November 28, the student-run enterprise known as Student Perks will begin selling coffee, pastries, fresh fruit, and signature brand tumblers in a…Details
The Sunrise Theatre and the Sunrise Theatre Foundation are pleased to announce the 2018 school time performances! Space is limited, so please plan early with your school administrator’s approval for your class or grade group participation. Confirm Theatre space and bus availability with the Sunrise, and ensure that all District field trip procedures are followed.…Details
Northport Boys to Men program hosted members of the local chapter of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity recently. Harry Williams, Roderick Johnson, Mike Greene and Jack Boatwright attended the meeting to help bring a message of integrity and respect to the boys. The men mentor a group of local boys called the “Lamp Lighters.” Each…Details
School Security Chief Brian Reuther and his brothers share something in common — their careers in law enforcement. This month’s Port St. Lucie Magazine showcases their careers. For the complete article, click on the link below:
The Grade 5 students of White City Elementary conducted an investigation and they were able to explain that energy can be transformed into sound energy. Mr. Capozolli, science resource teacher, provided a hands-on lesson to help students hypothesize, predict, and problem solve.
Morningside Elementary School invited veterans from all branches of the armed forces to join students and staff in a tribute to honor their service to our county. On Thursday, November 9, the school’s hallway was lined with students waving flags, clapping, and cheering as veterans made their way to the school’s cafeteria. Standing at attention,…Details
Leadership St. Lucie is a community leadership adventure! Each year community leaders are selected to work together and develop together as they learn and grow in their knowledge and expertise necessary for them to serve in public or private leadership positions within St. Lucie County. Selections are made based upon a nominee’s volunteerism, education, professional…Details
On Wednesday, November 8, the Port St. Lucie High School JROTC went to Village Green Elementary to teach about flag folding and about the Class B uniform to first graders and to fifth graders. The JROTC cadets taught the meaning of the colors and each fold in the American Flag.
Congratulations to Gabrielle Small, a senior from Lincoln Park Academy, for being selected to perform in the 2018 Florida Music Education Association All-State Symphonic Band. She will be performing at the Tampa Convention Center in January 2018.