ST. LUCIE COUNTY – Easton Santoro of Fort Pierce Central High School and Megan McClain of Port St. Lucie High School are Tallahassee bound for this summer’s 2017 Florida Youth Leadership Forum. Both freshman delegates are excited about the opportunity to participate in this Forum designed to bring together students with disabilities in order to…Details
Long gone are the lazy days of summer. Students are finding more valuable ways to spend their summer days through an internship program made available through a partnership with St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) and Career Source Research Coast. St. Lucie County has funded the program and hired over 100 community youth. From this program,…Details
Under the direction of Zachary Maes, the students from West Gate K-8 School chorus gave a special performance during the February 12, 2019 School Board Meeting. The students opened the meeting with a performance that was a treat for everyone in attendance.
Students at Windmill Point Elementary decorated surprise Mother’s Day cakes as part of the school’s PBS fundraiser. Students enjoyed making their own special cakes with the help of cafeteria staff to honor the significant person in their lives. Many, many thanks to Publix for always supporting students!
The golf club at F.K. Sweet Elementary is part of the partnership between St. Lucie Public Schools and the PGA. Students, pictured from left Keith Colley, David McDaniel, Jerry Johnson, Lance Fleschner, and Michael Mangeri, met once a week for eight weeks to develop and practice skills need for beginners and intermediate players. Along with the technical aspects of the…Details
Students visiting the media center at Mariposa Elementary School are learning how to use Powerpoint to help present their research projects. Students are taught by media specialist Charlotte Pennington on how to create powerful slide presentations by using photos, clipart, music, audio recordings, text, and animation to help make their research project come alive. Many of the…Details
Students in Tammy Davis’ second grade class at F.K. Sweet Elementary display candy apples they created after observing a hands-on demonstration by a candy company. Students made various colors of red, green, and yellow. Afterwards they wrote a how-to paragraph on making their delicious treats.
At Southport Middle School, students in Jessica Allen’s seventh grade science class from the Panthers team work with students from the Hornets team. The students had the opportunity to see the different types of volcanic eruptions with different types of sodas (regular and diet) and mentos. The students estimated the distance of the height of the eruption…Details
To celebrate National School Breakfast Week, Cafeteria Manager Maria Coellos-Mayz and Manager Intern Diana Crosdale dressed up to welcome students to school on Monday to highlight the importance of a healthy breakfast each morning. Students were definitely excited to enter the cafeteria on Monday and see what a wonderful breakfast the cafeteria staff had prepared…Details
Murals and models of the ocean floor were created by the students in the challenge program at Frances K. Sweet Elementary. Students worked cooperatively on a class mural diagramming features of the ocean floor and the animals that live there. Students then made their own modeling dough from flour and salt to mold the features…Details