Allapattah Flats is participating in SchoolMall this year. Click on the link to learn more about this worthwhile endeavor.Read More
Allapattah Flats’ eighth grade students recently went on a tour of IRSC. They were able to speak to advisors, college professors, and even were given a planetarium show. It was an motivational and eye opening experience for aspiring college students.Read More
4th grader students show that they are future Electric Engineers. They are trying to determine how to effectively increase the strength of an electromagnet.Read More
7th grade students at Allapattah Flats K-8 have been given the opportunity to participate in an Indian River Lagoon restoration project through 4H. Students have been studying the effects of runoff water on the lagoon and have learned about various biological controls such as oyster beds. Students attended a field trip in which they were able to participate in four stations that each taught them an important part of Indian River Lagoon preservation. The first station allowed them to observe specimens of the various types of sea life present in the lagoon. In the next they completed a data collection experiment in which they compared two different methods of collecting underwater data. During the third they compared the salinity levels along 2 different points in the lagoon. Lastly they assisted scientist in filling bags with empty oyster shells to use on their next trip to the lagoon in order to build their oyster beds. While on this trip students were able to learn from several scientists that are currently studying how to restore the Indian River Lagoon.Read More
Schools throughout St. Lucie County are participating in the Million Father March. Allapattah Flats would like to show our support of this important event, therefore on:
Tuesday, October 7th
We invite all fathers, grandfathers, step-fathers, uncles, or other male role models to take their children to school.Read More
Tech class used alot of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) to build spaghetti bridges. Students used technology to research bridge design. Students used arts and engineering to design the bridges. Finally, math was used to measure and design the bridge shape. Then the students tested with spectacular results.Read More
Allapattah Flats hosted its annual Goodies with Grandparents day on Tuesday September 9th.
The turnout was spectacular and the students were thrilled to spend some quality time with their “great” grandparents.
Today the official Allapattah Flats fundraiser began.
The students were enthusastic to all about it.
As a special treat, the students were treated to Mr. Spagnuolo and battling two students in a hula hoop competition.Read More