It’s not too late to purchase a yearbook. Yearbooks are still available online at http://slwk8.picaboo.com,
Ms. Tremblay’s Culinary Students recently participated in the District Competition for Healthy Snacks and Meals that may eventually be added to our cafeteria menus. Shown here are Meghan and Samantha Cooper-De Quesada at Central High School distributing their healthy frozen treats; Blue-Dillys and Straw-Dillys.
All students may enjoy FREE breakfast meals from now through the end of the school year. Please encourage your student to partake in this program and enjoy a healthy breakfast.
Kindergarten and Second grade teamed up to have students kick-off Dr. Seuss Week. Each kindergarten student was paired with a second grader and the “Reading Buddies” were able to share in reading a few of Dr. Seuss’ children stories.
Students may NOT enter 7th Grade without the Tdap. Click here for information. Please make an appointment to have your child’s shot as soon as possible. After your child has their shot, please bring the 680 form in to the office so we can update your child’s records.
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Each week Ms. Capozzi’s 1st graders practice their reading fluency with a story on their Journeys book. At the end of the week the students can read it by themselves on Flashlight Friday!
St. Lucie Public Schools obtained a Math/Science Partnership (MSP) grant focused on increasing science content knowledge. This grant provided twenty-five teachers with the opportunity to participate in the U-Futures program. Nine of these teachers continued, and through the grant along with the generosity of the University of Florida, they completed their Master of Arts in…
We are proud to announce that St. Lucie West K-8 School has achieved a 2016-17 PBIS Model School Status of Silver. This is a great honor and truly shows that our faculty and staff have worked tirelessly to address the Multi-Tiered Systems of Support for the students in our school and have embraced Positive Behavioral…
PSLPD came to read holiday stories to first graders for their holiday tea on December 20th. Students enjoyed cookies, juice and a question/answer session with some police officers.
Student Council would like to thank everyone for their participation and contributions to our food drive. We were able to collect more than 1900 lbs. of nonperishable food. Your donations helped us to support the St. Lucie County Council on Aging Organization. We would also like to give a special thank you to our classroom…