History Day Projects

In February, over two hundred finalists presented their History Day projects to judges. The first- and second-place winners in each category and division of the District History Day Fair advanced to the state contest in Tallahassee.  SLPS congratulates these students and commends them on representing the District in this event. Nicole Coons –FGM Savannah Manning…

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Science Fair Recognition

The 31st Annual local STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Fair was host to over 240 middle and high school student projects. In the wide array of quality projects submitted, judges identified the top projects in each category based on rigorous rubrics accessing content and process. From this academic competition, students’ projects were selected to…

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Samuel S. Gaines Essay Contest Winners

Dr. Kevin G. Perry congratulated Samuel S. Gaines Essay Contest winners and thanked the academic competition’s sponsor, Mr. Brian Garcia from Remnant Construction.  Together, they presented students with their 2019 essay awards. Congratulations to: HIGH SCHOOL 1st place – Heather Lorec (WEST Prep Magnet/Ft. Pierce Westwood High School) 2nd place – Alexus Camesi (WEST Prep…

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Summer Reading Program

St. Lucie County Public Libraries have a summer of exciting suggestions for summer reading fun! Introducing app-based tracking with Beanstack! Use your phone or tablet to time your reading, track your monthly minutes and pages, find challenges and more!  Click here to find out more! Three age groups! Loads of incentives and prizes!  Read with Me!…

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Volunteers Honored

The Outstanding School Volunteer Award is presented annually to school volunteers who have shown exemplary dedication and commitment to quality education in Florida. The Outstanding School Volunteer award recognizes a youth/student, adult and a senior volunteer.  St. Lucie Public Schools is appreciative of the many volunteers who support schools and is especially pleased to honor…

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Art In The Capitol

As part of an annual appreciation of the Arts in education, students share various selections of art in hopes of their piece being selected and placed on display the State Capitol.  This year’s Art in the Capitol selection honors the artistic abilities of Oak Hammock eighth grader Amber Hobbs. Representative Delores Hogan Johnson was present…

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