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Congratulations to the newly inducted National Junior Honor Society members of Southport Middle School! This prestigious group of students recently joined the ranks of NJHS members who have achieved and maintained a minimum 3.5 GPA for at least one year. In addition to their academic excellence, they have fulfilled leadership roles, participated in volunteerism or other causes to be considered for the group.
Throughout each school year at Southport Middle School NJHS students promote academic excellence, sponsor World Kindness Week, raise funds and distribute food for Grace Packs, to name just a few of their worthwhile causes.
The outstanding students, pictured with Southport administrators include: Justin Dao, Principal Nicole Telese, Karina Hunt, Jordan Saltzberg, Summer McDonough, Gillian Stickles, Melanie Gonzalez, Hannah McCarthy, Isabelle Landry, Assistant Principal Tari Sexton, Lawrence Moleon-Mathews, Monica Kalina, and NJHS advisor Kristin Alvarez.
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Southport Art teacher Karyne Molony has found a fabulous location for her students to display their artwork. In fact, “Artsonia Kids Art Museum and Gallery is the largest student art museum in the world”, and hold onto your hats, it is just a click away! Artsonia is a site where “every child can have an online art gallery and preserve their masterpieces for all time. It is a free, safe, educational program where student artwork is displayed in an online gallery for family and friends to view anytime! Parents can register on the site and leave positive comments about your child’s artwork in their guestbook”. Please click on Artsonia Kids Art Museum to take a look at all of the amazing artwork that our talented students are creating at Southport Middle School! The amazing Eyeball was drawn by Geena82 in Grade 7 .
Posted | Comments Off on St. Lucie Sheriff’s Office – 2016 Summer Camps
Yes it is early to be thinking and planning for the summer’s activities, however, it is the right time to begin promoting the multiple summer camps for our students and families to secure their slot for the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office School Resource Unit Camps. It is for children ages 9 to 11 during the week of June 6th to 10th and children ages 12 to 14 during the week of June 13th to 17th. The cost per child is nominal for what is provided. Activities and planned events with our very own county’s law enforcement that mentor at a school campus every school day. Everything is supplied for these children’s activities and plenty of fun is what is provided. The transportation to the camp is the responsibility of the parent/guardian. Registration begins April 1st with a limited number of space. Registration and all forms along with payment can be accomplished right online at the provided website link below. For any of those that do not have internet access or just wish to deal in person, all forms and payment will be accepted at the Sheriff’s Office at 4700 W. Midway Road in Ft. Pierce.
Additional sports camps held by the same School Resource Deputies will be held this summer as well. A Soccer Camp for children ages 9 to 12 during the week of June 20th to 24th from 8am to 12pm (noon) and a Basketball Camp for children ages 12 to 16 during the week of June 27th to July 1st from 1pm to 7pm. Again the information to register and secure your child’s attendance is available online at the website link provided or in person at the Sheriff’s Office.
Please pass this information along to those families that you think may benefit and be interested in a great experience for their children. Law Enforcement from each of the various schools in our counties will be present and will be interacting with the youth. It is very important that they see the human side of what we do and understand we are here to help them succeed in life just you are in being a part of their education.
The St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office pledges to protect life and property and maintain order through a continuing commitment to service, integrity, the highest standard of ethics, and respect for individual rights in a diverse population.