Meet Maddy Polina Malizia in the November edition of Eye on St. Lucie. Polina, as she likes to be called, is a successful student at St. Lucie Virtual School who also bears the distinction of the Russian Federation National Woman’s Surf Champion. Your host, Kerry Padrick, will speak with her and with Jeanne Ziemba, Polina’s…Details
Congratulations to: Shelby Baker, Heather Conte, and Ronald Barr! These members of the SLPS Human Resources Team were recognized at the June School Board meeting for their concentrated efforts on monitoring needs for and supporting efforts for teacher certification renewals, updates, and the like. St. Lucie Public Schools is making positive strides in the area…Details
Forest Grove Middle School invites you to support the MOA Prep program and our future generation of marine scientists.
Lawnwood Elementary School teacher Denise Ferrara-Slater is breaking reading records with her after school tutoring program. Pictured is Ms. Ferrara-Slater with some of her prize readers, who are working on gaining 200, 15-minute independent reading steps in October. The students gain steps by reading both at home and in school. These reading superstars are in…Details
St. Lucie County Schools Superintendent Genelle Yost was special guest at Dan McCarty Schools’ January Student of the Month ceremony. Superintendent Yost delivered a very compelling message to the C.O.T.M. recipients, ecnouraging students to remain focused in their learning, set goals and work hard to accomplish them. In addition, Superintendent Yost challenged the students to go…Details
SLWK-8 School welcomed founding principal and current Superintendent E. Wayne Gent to their 8th Grade end-of-year awards ceremony on May 26th. Mr. Gardner, teachers, and staff appreciate Mr. Gent taking the time to speak to the students about their future and attending high school next year.
Mrs. Patrick’s 2nd grade class was visited by Superintendent E. Wayne Gent! He read them a wonderful Christmas story entitled Christmas City by Michael Garland. The students thanked him with a present of their own — new socks! Mr. Gent promptly put them on and wore them with pride! Thank you, Mr. Gent, for a…Details
Superintendent E. Wayne Gent was sworn in as St. Lucie Public School’s new Superintendent of Schools on July 21, 2015, during the School Board meeting. The new superintendent values the support he has received from the community and appreciates this opportunity to serve. He will focus on teaching and learning as the core mission, leadership…Details
Superintendent E. Wayne Gent provided an educational update during the Economic Development Council’s Investors’ Lunch Meeting. With a focus on the School District’s escalating graduation rates as well as career and technical opportunities, he stressed how the need is greater than ever for the next generation to be prepared to deal with the demands of…Details
Students in Mrs. Bennett’s 3rd grade class at F.K. Sweet presented Superintendent E. Wayne Gent with a certificate. He enjoyed spending part of his morning reading to them as part of a Black History Month lesson activity.