First graders at Northport are learning all about matter. Thank you to Mrs. Esther Ruppel, one of our Big Brothers Big Sisters tutors, for providing the root beer floats for students to observe and enjoy.
Science is so much fun!
On September 27, high school guidance counselors and graduation coaches from across the District had the privilege of touring and learning about five outstanding businesses in St. Lucie County. The stops included ABC Medical, The Porch Factory, Maverick Boat Group, Southern Eagle Distributing and PGA Golf Club. While on the tour, participants learned about job…Details
Northport Safety Patrol Pancake Breakfast rocked at Applebee’s Sunday morning. The patrols worked hard serving family and friends to earn money for their end-of-year trip! They did an amazing job and had fun too! Thank you to everyone who came out or donated! ❤
On Saturday, November 3rd, the Jessica Clinton Foundation and the Florida Health Department in St. Lucie County will host FREE heart screenings for students ages 5 to 20. Registration is easy. Simply visit www.JessicaClinton.org or call 772-215-1912. Don’t miss a beat. Register for your FREE heart screening today. The screenings will take place on Saturday,…Details
At Northport, kindness is contagious! We celebrated “Be A Buddy Week” in a few different ways. On Monday, many in our community wore blue shirts to honor “World Day of Bullying.” Recently, we celebrated “World Smile Day!” Smiling is a beautiful and delightful way to connect with others and to shine a positive light! Looking…Details
Northport second grade (and a few first graders) celebrated perfect attendance for the month of September. ❤ 🌞 At Northport, one of our main objectives is to make sure that children and families know how important school attendance is to achieving our educational goals. Attendance and a positive single school culture offer our students, teachers…Details
Interested in what’s happening in October?
Mark your calendar for Saturday, October 20th and don’t miss the Fall Into Literacy Celebration! This event is for the whole community. The Treasure Coast Literacy Association will be there with our puppet theatre and fairy tale books helping families to understand the benefits of reading and play.
The first two weeks of October are Disability History and Awareness Weeks! Here are some facts: One of every five Americans is a person with a disability. A person may be born with a disability, may acquire a disability through an accident or illness, or may acquire a disability as part of growing older. …Details