The 5th graders at Rivers Edge Elementary were honored to have Cris Martinez of Channel 25 News Weather Team host his Weather School on Wednesday, December 3. He used our very own students to explain how a tornado works and what happens when a cold and warm front collide. Our 5th graders welcomed Mr. Martinez…Details
Lincoln Park Academy sent three high school teams to this year’s Odyssey of the Mind state competition. Odyssey of the Mind, often referred to as OM (although the official acronym is OotM), is a creative problem-solving competition involving students from kindergarten through college. Team members work together at length to solve a predefined problem (the…Details
Dr. Karen Crocco, SLPS Instructional Specialist for Visual and Performing Arts, was selected to present a session at the Carnegie Hall Summer Music Educator Workshop in New York City. Music educators from across the country came to Carnegie Hall to expand the impact of their work with young musicians. Dr. Crocco’s standing-room-only workshop entitled “Beginning…Details
Ms. Barbara Kaste, President of the CTA/CU Retirees Chapter, presented two CTA/CU Mentor Grants to two F.K. Sweet Elementary educators: Barbara Bennett and Anastasia Johnson.
Graduating seniors from the 2018-2019 Certified Nursing Assistant class were recognized by Mrs. Durkee, Mrs. Higgins, School Administration, District staff, and parents/guardians at St. Lucie West Centennial High School.
Career and Technical educators from the district were provided the opportunity to partake in two ribbon cutting events hosted by the St. Lucie County Board of County Commissioners. The celebrations included opening for the south county Drug Lab and the Heath Clinic on Lyngate Drive, Port St. Lucie. This event was celebrated on May 22,…Details
The Career and Technical Education (CTE) department hosted St. Lucie Public Schools educators, post-secondary institutions, community and business partners. The fall training sessions included adobe, medical, biotechnology, criminal justice, aerospace, engineering, and technical design programs.
CTE Month® is a public awareness campaign ACTE holds each February to celebrate Career and Technical Education and the achievements and accomplishments of CTE programs across the country. “Opportunities for Career Success” is the theme for this year.
Career and Technical Education Programs expand students’ opportunities for college and career readiness. As the world gets more and more competitive, it’s imperative that we provide the opportunity for students to continue their education beyond high school and train them in the skills that our businesses need today. Our Career and Technical Education (CTE)…Details
Students from Fort Pierce Westwood High School, Performance Based Academy, and Treasure Coast High School attended a Civil Discourse and Teen Decision Making session at the Federal Courthouse. U.S. Magistrate Judge Maynard and U.S. District Court Judge Rosenberg invited the students to this unique opportunity to have a Federal Courtroom tour and simulation of a…Details