St. Lucie Public Schools mechanics were among 106 who gathered from 34 of Florida’s school districts to successfully complete an intensive four-day training held in Daytona Beach last week. Training was provided by professional instructors from Cummins, Allison, Stemco, NAPA, Braun, Ricon, and the three major school bus suppliers in Florida. Trainers from IC, Blue…Details
Join the community of Port St. Lucie in a day of beautification! On Saturday, April 20, 2019 from 7:30AM – 1:00PM, volunteers are needed to assist in clean up around the city. Breakfast and lunch will be provided for volunteers. To get involved, contact the Civic Center at 772.873.6312.
The Southport Middle School Guidance Department held a Career Fair for our seventh and eighth grade students to support them in career exploration. The event tied into the Naviance classroom lessons that counselors facilitate, which promotes career awareness and helps students develop a deeper understanding of their talents, skills, and personality traits. The community really…Details
The Kindergarten classes at Frances K. Sweet had a busy week studying Community Helpers. Each day they had members of our community visit the school to share how they help us. Officer Pratt from the Port St. Lucie Police Department shared his gear and discussed safety tips. Melanie Francisco’s class especially liked the flashing lights and loud sirens…Details
To celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss and Read Across America, community members visited F.K. Sweet Elementary to read to primary grades students. Local attorney and former parent Steve Hoskins is having fun reading to students in Sandy Picano’s kindergarten class.
We are truly blessed at Northport. Pastor Brian, Deacon Rad, and others from our First United Methodist Church of Port St. Lucie community partners gave a day of service to our school. We are beautiful and wondrously freshly painted and cleaned. ❤
Northport appreciates all who supported the effort!
Mr. Michael Jackson and Mr. Randy Roundtree, founders of the Bengaay Bowl, presented proceeds from the community event to the athletic departments of Fort Pierce Central and Fort Pierce Westwood. SLPS appreciates its community partners.
The Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. supported Dan McCarty Middle School staff during pre-school week and have adopted the Eagles for the 2019-2020 school year.
Community support is beneficial to the overall success of students, teachers, and the community.
A Community Team comprised of local leaders (Mayor Hudson, Nick Mimms, Will Armstead, Judi Miller, Deb LaBella and Joe Smith) and St. Lucie Public Schools district personnel joined with St. Lucie Elementary School’s leaders to brainstorm support strategies for students.
The value of partnerships is immeasurable. Thank you to all of our valuable partners.
Literacy efforts continue to grow through collaborative support with community members. In classrooms throughout SLPS, business and civic leaders read to students and participated in literacy events as part of the Celebrate Literacy Week. “Parents, business leaders, neighbors, and mentors play a crucial role in helping children learn to read and foster the lifelong love…Details