Celebrate Literacy Week: January 28 – February 1, 2019 The Just Read, Florida! Office and the Florida Department of Education (FDOE), in partnership with other FDOE offices, the Office of Early Learning (OEL), school districts, early learning coalitions and numerous other state agencies, are pleased to announce the 11th annual statewide Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida!…Details
On December 8 from 8 am – noon, New Horizons is hosting a FREE all-you-can-eat breakfast at Mets Stadium/First Data Field for the children of St. Lucie County and surrounding areas. This year promises to be even more fun, as the youth are invited to stay a bit longer and watch “Elf” on the big…Details
Congratulations to Allison Goldsmith from Fairlawn Elementary who was recognized by the Sheriff for her quick action in coming to the aid of her fellow classmate and to the members of the School Security Work Group, a collaborative team working to support safe schools. Allison Goldsmith (7:48) School Security Work Group (39:20) Awards Ceremony…Details
Exciting projects are underway at St. Lucie County’s Airport. Superintendent E. Wayne Gent and others participated in a groundbreaking event for the MRO (Maintenance, Rehab, and Overhaul) Hangar. This facility will have the capability to house full-size jetliners for maintenance and overhaul — very positive for our county and for students working toward aligned industry…Details
Students and families at Palm Pointe Educational Research School came out to participate in an Escape Room Event. This event was designed to allow students to work together in solving various academic tasks that led them to clues. These clues revealed special codes to lock boxes that revealed their next tasks. Escape room tasks included…Details
Carmen Ortiz, Risk Management Specialist for St. Lucie Public Schools, bears the distinction of this year’s Outstanding Risk Manager in the Employer category. The news came at the 7th annual IN TOUCH Excellence Awards Gala. The award recognizes outstanding performance in the workers’ compensation industry. “I’m just so honored,” said Ortiz. “I love what I…Details
RULES, GUIDELINES AND PRIZE AMOUNTS STUDENTS PARTICIPATING MUST COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES: THEME: All artwork, 3D sculptures, photographs or video should focus on the corner-stones of representative government, Free Speech, Free Press and Free Society and how these rights ensure “the blessings of liberty for ourselves and our posterity.“ Artwork needs to be on…Details
On Friday November 9, 2018, Port St. Lucie High School’s Army JROTC Jaguar Battalion’s color guard presented our nation’s colors for a Veterans Day ceremony at the independent and assisted living retirement community Harbor Place in Port St. Lucie. Commanding the color guard was Cadet Sergeant Lawrence Moleon- Mathews, accompanied by Cadet Commander Sergeant Major…Details
On Sunday November 11, 2018, Port St. Lucie High School Army JROTC Jaguar Battalion participated in the Veterans Day Memorial Ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park. All cadets who attended demonstrated reverence and gratitude towards veterans and those we lost. Overall, the ceremony was a great learning experience for cadets, and students were moved by various…Details
Mariposa Elementary 2nd grade students received the generous donation of free dictionaries from The Lions Club.
The students love their dictionaries, and they are putting them to good use. Thank you for such a useful and appreciated donation.