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Annual Title I Meeting and Curriculum Night

Annual Title I Meeting and Curriculum Night

Annual title I Meeting and Curriculum Night is on September 3, 2014.

Annual Title I meeting is from 5-6pm.

(Free Pasta Dinner is served at 5pm).

Curriculum Night is from 6-7:30 pm.

You may choose 2 sessions:

*Volunteer Orientation

*Meet with the teacher to learn more about grade level expectations and how to assist your child to become more successful.  The first classroom session is from 6-6:45pm and the second is from 6:45 to 7:30pm

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PTO Nominees 2014-2015

PTO Nominees 2014-2015

Announcing the PTO Executive Board Nominees for the 2014-2015 School Year.

President:          Terry Copeland  (parent)

Vice President:  AllainPompilus  (parent)

Secretary:          Jennie Shalala-Hartman (parent)

Co Treasurers:   Katie Veloz (parent)

Judd Allen (staff)

Nominations will be open for one week – August 25th – September 1st.  If you would like to be considered or would like to nominate a candidate, please submit your name to Vicki.Walters@stlucieschools.org within this time frame.  An election form will come home in the Tuesday Folder on September 3, 2014.

We welcome participation in our General Membership.  If you are willing to assist with school events on an as-needed basis or on a regular basis we invite you to submit your name to our Volunteer Coordinator at Shannon.Johnson@stlucieschools.org

We look forward to working with all parents this year….we’re on the rise!

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APF is “Happy”!

APF is “Happy”!

Welcome Back Gators!

We’ve had an incredibly smooth first week of school.  We have welcomed (VPK) Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten to join our kindergarten through eighth grade students and they have already settle in nicely.  Our middle school students are teamed creating small learning communities which has already had a positive impact on school culture.  Thank you to parents, students, instructional staff and support staff for working together!Video

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Parent – Teacher Organization

Parent – Teacher Organization

We are seeking parent leadership to for our Parent Teacher Organization.  Our staff is here to co-lead this effort.  If you have an interest in this level of involvement, we need you.  Please contact the school at 772-468-5050 and make an appointment to meet with the principal, Patti Galloway.

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Open House 2014-2015

Welcome back Gators! Open house for all grades will be on Thursday August 14, 2014 from 3:30 – 5:30 p.m.  We will mail home further information prior to open house.

Open Registration will be held on Thursday August 14, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. for students that are new to Allapattah Flats. If you wish you come register before August 14, 2014, you may visit Monday to Friday from 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

New students entering St. Lucie County Schools must bring Birth certificate, Social security card, Immunizations, Current physical, and Proof of address to complete registration.

Visit the Parent Information page for the Dress Code and Supply Lists.

The faculty and staff are excited about starting another school year and look forward to working with you and your child.

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Congratulations to Our 2013-2014…OF THE YEARs!

Teacher of the Year – Danya Etter Distinguished Minority Educator – Renne Adderly-Clark Outstanding First Year Teacher – Laura Barnes School Related Employee – Della Dellacroce Read More

All Aboard The Polar Express

All Aboard The Polar Express

Second Grade students at Allapattah Flats K-8 School played host to a very special visitor during the month of December.  Previous Allapattah Flats principal, Patti Heffelfinger, read the popular Christmas story, “The Polar Express”. After listening to the story, students completed a project to show the sequence of events that occurred throughout the book. Pictured is Patti Heffelfinger as she captivates students with her reading.

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Third Grade Learns Agriculture

Third Grade Learns Agriculture

The third grade students got up close and personal with Florida’s native wildlife and ecosystem on a trip to the 4-H Farm. Students were able to view gardens, rain barrels, and hydroponics. Cows and donkeys, were just some of the few animals students were able to touch. In the herb garden, students were educated on how herbs are used in cooking as well as being able to smell the various herbs. Students are excited for their next outing to Bass Pro Shops. Pictured, from left to right, Trey Devercelly, Hannah Hudson.

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Celebrating Hopegiving

Celebrating Hopegiving

Allapattah Flats 8th graders created traditional thanksgiving native head pieces with a twist.  The Kids at Hope twist is that the students listed what they were hopeful for.  After reflecting on the four destinations of Kids at Hope, the students wrote down one reflection per feather.

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Student Led Conferences

Student Led Conferences

Allapattah Flats K-8 students held their own student led conferences, proudly showing off their work from the first 9 weeks. During these conferences, students were able to show a parent or staff member their academic performance on things such as their classroom work and grades, benchmark scores, and progress for the first quarter. Students also talked about many points including how they achieved the grades they received, what grades they plan to get next quarter, and their plan to improve academically. We had a total of 180 parents who came to a conference with their students to get more deeply involved and hear from their students.  Pictured Ann and Alyssa Hartman.

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