Throughout the year teachers have been reading the book “Engaging students with Proverty in Mind” by Eric Jensen. The focus of the book study has been to dig deeper into understanding engagement as the key factor in the academic success of students. During the last faculty meeting of the year, teachers and staff participated in…
On Tuesday, May 16th we held our elementary field day, called “Clash of the Colts!” The resource classes got together for an enjoyable time filled with physical activities and fun.
On Saturday, April 22nd, SGA’s All-Star Lady Colts Volleyball Team took 2nd place in the Volley for Hands Sake Charity Tournament. Congratulations, ladies! Special applause to 7th grader, Analyesse Stockton for being named the MVP of the entire tournament.
Gaines Academy wanted to show our students that science can be really cool through a series of experiments using liquid nitrogen, manganese oxide, soap, and simple household supplies. We covered chemical changes, physical changes, density, center of gravity, and changes of state in matter.
SGA Faculty & Staff kick off Autism Awareness Month!
March 6th through March 10th is Spirit Week at Gaines Academy. Monday is Matching day. Tuesday is Too Nerdy day. Wednesday is Wacky day. Thursday is Throwback (decade) day. Friday is Funky Sock day. Students and staff are having lots of fun participating in this event.
Several of our 8th graders were invited to see some of the innovative programs offered at Indian River State College.
At the Digital Media Center, they learned how 3-D figures are composed.
At the Robotics Lab, they were able to work with robots that were programmed to perform certain tasks.
Princess Lenaiah Wood would like to thank the Rebellion Leaders on ending the evil reign of Kylo Davino & the First Order and securing peace in Gaines Galaxy once again. We had about 130 students and their families stand with the Alliance! A special THANK YOU to Master Yoda Bonsenor, Jedi Sides, Jedi Emerson, and…
Drum roll, please …. no surprise to us …so deserving for all that he does for our staff, students and parents … Mr. Davino won the St. Lucie County’s Teacher of the Year!