Congratulations to our winter graduates!
WLX-TV – St. Lucie Public Schools Education Channel has made the 2018 Winter Graduation available on You Tube!
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2018 Winter Graduation
St. Lucie Public Schools wishes everyone a happy holiday season and a bright new year. We remind you that Friday, December 21st is an early release day for students. Winter Break begins on Monday, December 24th. 12 Month employees return on Wednesday, January 2nd. Monday, January 7th is a Workday for faculty and staff. Students…Details
This is a friendly reminder that Friday, December 22nd is an early release day for students. Winter Break begins on Monday, December 25th. 12 Month employees return on January 2nd; all other faculty and staff return on Friday, January 5th. Students return on Monday, January 8th. Please visit the SLPS homepage at www.stlucieschools.org for a…Details
At the school board meeting on May 12th, Karen Knapp, Monte Kosoff, Horace Webb and Roxanne Wells from United Way of St. Lucie, presented plaques to the schools with the highest student and employee campaign fund raisers for 2014-2015. The winners in the Highest Student Campaign were West Gate K-8 ($1,028); SLW Centennial High ($979);…Details
Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition would like to congratulate the following students for placing recently in the Dr. Samuel S. Gaines Essay Contest. Annarose Hilhorst a fourth grader in Ms. Perry’s class placed First in the Elementary School Category, Riley Holtzclaw a fifth grader in Ms. Patton’s class placed Second in the Elementary…Details
The winners in each of four employee categories for St. Lucie Public Schools were announced at the annual Night of the Stars gala celebration at Lincoln Park Academy February 22, 2014. The recognition program is sponsored by the St. Lucie County Education Foundation and the school board. Oak Hammock K-8 School media specialist Heather Bolitho…Details
Students at Windmill Point Elementary were welcomed back to school with a Tunnel of Hope by our community, staff and parents! We are proud to be a Kids at Hope school and believe that ALL children are indeed, capable of success, NO EXCEPTIONS! Pictured are Daniel Solorzano, 5th grader, and Isabella Solorzano, 3rd grader.
Students in Jackie Davis’s second grade class at Windmill Point Elementary enjoyed collaborating with their peers in making a tree map on two-D and three-D shapes. Pictured are Rusty Nersesian, right, and Elijah Johnson enjoying learning about shapes and their different attributes.
Students from from Nikki Rodriguez’s class at Windmill Point Elementary School listen intently to their guide during a recent trip to St. Augustine. Windmill Point’s fourth grade classes went to St. Augustine to deepen their knowledge about Florida history. They visited the Castillo de San Marcos, the Old Jail Museum, the Old Store Museum, and…Details