As law enforcement officers, Frank Sisto and Ken Rodriguez serve as members of St. Lucie Public Schools Safety and Security Team. However, on September 11, 2001, they were members of a different team — the New York Police Department. Both gentlemen were first responders involved in rescue and recovery efforts, putting others before self as…Details
A team is only as good as its players, and St. Lucie Public Schools plays to win. That’s why positive coaching, strong support, and a well-defined game plan with proven strategies keep this team motivated to win — for kids’ sake. School leaders donned their favorite team jersey for the September Principals Meeting, and Superintendent…Details
St. Lucie County, FL – In a letter addressed to St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) Superintendent E. Wayne Gent, the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) announced that a review of school grade data and supporting documentation for Oak Hammock K-8 School resulted in a grade recalculation. The school, previously designated as a B, now bears the distinction…Details
The Sunrise Theatre and the Sunrise Theatre Foundation are pleased to announce the 2018/19 School Time Performances! For the 12th year the Sunrise Theatre is committed to providing students in St. Lucie, Indian River, Okeechobee, and Martin Counties the opportunity to attend live theatrical performances. The School Time Performances offer current, challenging and artistically diverse…Details
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Britley Ritz, meteorologist for WPBF, created a whirlwind of enthusiasm among students as she brought to life weather concepts for Palm Pointe students earlier this month. Check out the weather rap students performed: Thank you Palm Pointe Educational Research School At Tradition for having me this morning! It was a blast to be able…Details
Over 600 Rockets in grades 1-8 took part in a “Reading is Fun!” Carnival on August 31st. During the carnival students played games, danced, and enjoyed a tasty treat. Students qualified for the carnival by completing the Summer Reading Challenge. Many thanks to all of our volunteers, teachers, and staff members for making the event…Details
At Mariposa Elementary, Mrs. Linda Auciello’s 1st grade students Olivia Watson, Joseph Rivera, Houston Bidot-Lascala, Kierstin Maggard and Brayden Myers are creating 3-D shapes using Play-doh and toothpicks. Math centers are practiced to ensure students stay engaged and gain a variety of different learning opportunities within their classroom.
Lawnwood Elementary Faculty and Staff participated in the annual College Colors Day on August 31, 2018. Students were introduced to fun facts about various colleges and universities.
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