On May 16th, 25 students in grades 2-5 competed in White City’s Spelling Bee. After nine rounds fifth grader Isaiah Alonso won first place. Fourth grader Nicholas Telicien won 2nd place and third grader Adrian Lopez won third place. All students received a medal and certificate.
The PBIS team of Samuel S. Gaines Academy is striving to engage kids in positive behaviors. When students follow the “SGA Way” which is the school-wide expectations to Stay Safe, Give Respect and Act Responsibly, they earn “Colt Cash.” Colt Cash can be used for special events and “Chance to Win” drawings. The PBIS team sponsors monthly…Details
DMMS staff members are participating in an Eric Jensen’s Teaching with Poverty in Mind book study.
Students found out what it was like to be a nurse during a hospital tour at Tradition Medical Center in Port St. Lucie. For these Port St. Lucie High School students, a day in the life of a nurse was a valuable experience. To find out more about this annual opportunity for students in…Details
The Indian River Lagoon Science Festival is holding satellite events throughout the Treasure Coast. What do a tour of a world-famous orange juice plant, a paddle through Florida’s history, and a plant sale by Florida Master Gardeners have in common? They’re all part of five weeks of satellite events leading up to the fifth annual…Details
Port Saint Lucie High School cadets were honored to provide a saber guard when Army Specialist Gonzalez and his family were awarded with their new home. Army Specialist Gonzalez, a Port Saint Lucie veteran, lost his sight and suffered severe brain injuries in an IED explosion in 2004. The home was designed for his loss…Details
For the second year in a row, Marta Almiron’s kindergarten class at West Gate K8 has written to the President of the United States and he has replied. The students are studying animals of the Arctic and wanted to bring the plight of endangered polar bears to the attention of President Obama. The students were…Details
The Port St. Lucie High School (PSLHS) Jaguar Cafeteria is undergoing a facelift. The school’s mascot is boosting school spirit around campus and what better place to make an impact than in the cafeteria!
A special Jaguar shout out to Child Nutrition Services for supporting this tremendous effort at PSLHS!
All SLPS Employees and Students are invited to attend a FREE back-to-school event at First Data Field on Friday, August 23rd!
Buy your tickets now for A Night at the Improv brought to you by St. Lucie West Centennial High School.