NOID00039Welcome to Weatherbee Elementary’s website. I hope that you will find our Mariner homepage helpful as you navigate through the various links. These links were designed to provide you easy access to information about our school.
Weatherbee has received many awards over the past several years which include being a Florida Department of Education Five Star School, Golden School, and University of South Florida Positive Behavior Support Model School.
We have also been awarded numerous other local and community awards for community service and participation.
Please enjoy navigating throughout our website and learning more about our wonderful school. If you have any suggestions please feel free to contact us by e‐mail or call us at 468‐5300. As a Kids at Hope School, we believe that all children are capable of success…No exceptions and that we are “Charting a Course for Success” for every child.

CONTACT US

Weatherbee Elementary School
800 East Weatherbee Road
Fort Pierce, Florida 34982

Phone: (772) 468-5300
Fax: (772) 467-4033

School Hours: 8:45 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.
Early Release: 8:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.

Principal: Michael Hitsman
Michael.Hitsman@stlucieschools.org

Weatherbee students rocked the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Spelling Bee held at C.A. Moore Elementary School in January! Congratulations to our 5th grade students Angel Valles for placing FIRST and Sydney Bunnell who came in THIRD! We are very proud of ALL of our Mariners who participated in this exciting event.

Weatherbee hosted an Episodic Reading event on the last day before winter break.  Members from the community, including SLPS District Office Employees, School Board Members, Business Leaders, County Commissioners, and Law Enforcement Professionals came to Weatherbee to share their love of reading with our Mariners.  They each visited three classrooms, read a book aloud, and…

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Weatherbee Families, Faculty, and Staff collected and filled over 100 shoe boxes with health care items for our neighbors from Haiti and Bahamas who were devastated by Hurricane Matthew.