SLPS added an emergency alert button to the St. Lucie Public Schools app. The app is FREE and available in your favorite app store. The added feature allows users to submit anonymous tips to school and district officials anytime, anywhere.
With a combined 30+ years of experience in behavior, leadership, and organizational improvement, authors Dr. Paul Gavoni and Manuel Rodriguez have created an efficient yet comprehensive guide for launching and accelerating school transformation. The first book of its kind in education, Quick Wins! Accelerating School Transformation through Science, Engagement, and Leadership is not a flavor…Details
On Friday, November 17, 2017, Allapattah Flats welcomed motivational speaker and SLPS Deputy Superintendent Dr. Jonathan Prince of the Speakers Bureau. Dr. Prince was introduced by Dr. Donna Mills who began the Speakers Bureau four years ago. Dr. Prince has a passion for reaching students by sharing his real life story and impressing upon them…Details
Congratulations to Dr. Rolanda A. Jones, Chorus Director, Dan McCarty Middle School, who was recently honored with FMEA’s 2018 Music Education Service Award. This award recognizes the outstanding service of members who have been active in music education for 25 years or more.
Dr. Kevin G. Perry, Assistant to the Superintendent, was the featured speaker for the 8th Annual Alumni Day of Service (ADOS) for Bethune-Cookman University’s Events Luncheon. He delivered a speech entitled, “A Call To Service,” in which alumni were reminded of the University’s motto, “Enter to Learn, Depart to Serve,” and why their service is relevant…Details
Dr. Mark Rendell kicked off Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition’s yearlong reading initiative entitled, “Real Men Read” which encourages all students to read but emphasizes the importance of boys reading. During his 2 minute video presentation he discussed his love of reading and shared several books that he thinks students would enjoy as…Details
Dr. Donna Mills was recognized as a distinguished honoree at this year’s NAACP 29th Annual Freedom Fund Banquet. She currently serves as a SLPS Board Member and has been a staunch advocate for children as well as a community activist for the past thirty years. With unwavering dedication, she has continued to propel positive momentum…Details
SLPS Assistant Superintendent Dr. Mark Rendell presented Mrs. Joy West’s first grade students with some thought-provoking questions that inspired some important discussion after he read the story “Hey, Little Ant.” To squish or not to squish? What would you do if the ant you were about to step on looked up and started talking? After…Details
Mrs. West’s First Grade Class had the privilege of another visit from Dr. Rendell, our Deputy Superintendent of Human Resources. This was his 3rd year coming into their classroom and reading to the boys and girls. Dr. Rendell brought in the book “Pete the Cat: Wheels on the Bus.” The students loved Dr. Rendell’s interactive…Details