Kids at Hope Day/Week 2018 November 12-16, 2018 (2nd Wednesday in November) 2018 Theme: A CULTURE of HOPE The power behind Kids at Hope is its cultural strategy. Rather than advance KAH within a program or curriculum, KAH is unleashed by harnessing the power of WE. It is the WE rather than the ME that…Details
The City of Port St. Lucie welcomed a group of bright and inquisitive local fifth grade students to participate in a field trip to City Hall as part of Florida City Government Week. Check out a quick recap of students’ experiences. FL City Government Week Last month, we welcomed a group of bright and inquisitive…Details
This year, as part of our Northport School Improvement Plan, one of our important goals is to raise attendance rates. We are determined to get our students into school so that our achievement levels will rise. We celebrated with a popcorn and movie party today with parties for grades 3 through 8 for all students…Details
Mariposa Elementary’s Fifth Grader, Brandon Roth, took action to help another during difficult times, and he was recognized for his actions by the St. Lucie County Fire District with a Citizen Hero Award. Brandon Roth was riding his hoverboard to a friend’s home in Port St. Lucie to play when he noticed a woman was on…Details
WCE students that earned Level 5 on the 2018 FSA ELA and/or Math enjoyed a special lunch at Golden Corral. Keep up the hard work.
Northport’s 8th grade culinary students visited the advanced culinary classes at Fort Pierce Central High School. Central’s Chef Jesse Strell, in coordination with Ms. Rachel Savela, brought their students together to mentor and learn together. Northport students learned how to make a roux and many knife skills including the Rondelle cut.
The annual Big Heart Brigade is ready to serve the community again this year by delivering Thanksgiving meals.
To request a meal delivery on Thanksgiving morning, please call 621-3328.
Note: This phone line will only be monitored between:
Monday, October 29 and Friday, November 16.
WCE Dads enjoyed breakfast with their students. WCE Dads signed a pledge to support the staff, students, and the overall school community by staying involved and ensuring that education remains a top priority.
Commissioner of Education Pam Stewart announced November as Family Engagement in Education Month. Family Engagement in Education Month focuses on schools and families working together to support learning for every child. “We know that when parents and families are involved in a child’s education, the result is higher student achievement and more students prepared for…Details
Students learn about career pathways in healthcare, manufacturing, and skilled trades during the State of Jobs Fair.
This is a win-win for students and for employers. Watch this edition of School Report.