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
Palm Pointe’s Environmental Club participated in the “A Day in the Life of the Indian River Lagoon” program on October 4th along with approximately 1,800 students and teachers from over 30 schools, with the help of over 30 natural resource expert organizations, engaged in hands-on science exploration at over 32 sampling sites along the Indian…Details
Dan McCarty Middle School is stepping up their civics game this year! The local middle school was proud to welcome County Clerk Joseph Smith into the Eagles family for a visit to all seventh graders. It’s a state requirement for seventh graders to have a civic education, and Dan McCarty has found innovative ways of…Details
Andre Barnes, art teacher from Samuel S. Gaines Academy of Emerging Technologies, provides a closer look into his art pieces on display at the Susan Broom Kilmer Branch Library in Fort Pierce.
Watch School Report to find out what inspires him to draw and how he encourages others to explore their craft.
Fourth grade students in Ms. Mellion’s class at Mariposa Elementary showed that matter matters! They were given an opportunity in science to show the three states of matter as well as describe their particles. Students used shoe boxes to display and create their projects. Students also presented their projects to the class for everyone to…Details
Students in Mr. Fess’ 8th grade Northstars STEM class are creating kites as part of their Flight & Space course. In addition to studying the history and predicted future of flight travel, students are learning the forces acting on flying objects and how aerodynamics can help improve the efficiency of flying objects.
First graders at Northport are learning all about matter. Thank you to Mrs. Esther Ruppel, one of our Big Brothers Big Sisters tutors, for providing the root beer floats for students to observe and enjoy.
Science is so much fun!
On September 27, high school guidance counselors and graduation coaches from across the District had the privilege of touring and learning about five outstanding businesses in St. Lucie County. The stops included ABC Medical, The Porch Factory, Maverick Boat Group, Southern Eagle Distributing and PGA Golf Club. While on the tour, participants learned about job…Details
Northport Safety Patrol Pancake Breakfast rocked at Applebee’s Sunday morning. The patrols worked hard serving family and friends to earn money for their end-of-year trip! They did an amazing job and had fun too! Thank you to everyone who came out or donated! ❤
On Saturday, November 3rd, the Jessica Clinton Foundation and the Florida Health Department in St. Lucie County will host FREE heart screenings for students ages 5 to 20. Registration is easy. Simply visit www.JessicaClinton.org or call 772-215-1912. Don’t miss a beat. Register for your FREE heart screening today. The screenings will take place on Saturday,…Details