Bayshore Elementary School’s principal Lori Anne Reid (center) is proud to announce the volunteers of the year: Tiona Spade (left), Kara Godown (right) and Dagmar Gates (not pictured).
Bayshore Elementary School celebrates their teachers and staff!
We are delighted to welcome you to Bayshore! This is a very special place and we are excited to welcome the students and families of St. Lucie County to our school. Bayshore has received many accolades in recent years; Florida Department of Education “A” School, FLDOE Five Star School, Golden School, and University of South Florida Positive Behavior Supports Model School. These awards acknowledge and affirm the work we do at Bayshore. We are proud of our students and staff because of the high standards achieved on a daily basis. Excellence in education is our goal and students are our priority. We invite our families to become part of our Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) and our School Advisory Council (SAC). The PTO works with the school to provide much needed support for our programs that enhance the core curriculum. The SAC meets monthly and helps guide important decisions for the school. Please let our front office know if you are interested in more information about either organization. In addition to the above mentioned groups, we LOVE volunteers! Volunteers help in classrooms, the media center, and other places around the school. Volunteers also chaperone field trips and help in special classroom events....
Dear Bayshore Families,
It is hard to believe that we are already approaching the end of the school year! I want to take this time to thank all the faculty, staff, parents and students for a successful year. Our students have accomplished so much this past year, and it would not have been possible without all of your support!
We especially want to recognize everyone who supported our 3rd – 5th grade students during the FCAT. Our Pre-K through 2nd grade students and teachers created a Tunnel of Hope for our test takers and cheered them on with a lot of high-fives, posters, and words of encouragement. Students were well-prepared because of caring family members who made sure that they received a good night sleep, ate a healthy breakfast, and arrived to school on time. We certainly appreciate all the ways that these students were supported, but most importantly, the students felt and appreciated all of the encouragement!
I also want to take time to express my sincere gratitude and appreciation to our volunteers and business partners who help to make our school a success. I look forward to seeing you later this month at our appreciation luncheon. As always, thank you for your continued support of your child’s education at Bayshore Elementary. We truly appreciate it!
Lori Anne Reid