Your invited to a Grandparents Celebration on Thursday evening at 5:30 in SGA auditeria…
Gaines Academy Binder Night was a huge success! The cafeteria was standing room only. Students from all grades came out with their families to receive a free binder & supplies and learn how to keep organize in the upcoming school year.
Samuel Gaines Academy students were thrilled to have staff members, civic groups, local businesses, and community agencies provide a back-to-school Tunnel of Hope for them. We are a Kids at Hope school that truly believes that All Students Are Capable of Success — No Exceptions!
Free Binder and Supplies for SGA students Start the year right and get organized! Come out Wednesday, August 24th from 5:00 to 6:30pm in the cafeteria and help your child create their COLT (Classroom Organization Learning Tool) Binder. Gaines Academy will provide each child with a free binder, dividers, pencil pouch, and other supplies necessary…Details
Gaines Academy Scholars met this year’s Reading Challenge and read over a million steps! As promised, Principal Wilke danced the Whip and Nae Nae on Thursday morning to an absolutely thrilled student body.
Gaines Academy students were so excited to welcome their school’s namesake, Dr. Samuel S. Gaines, on Wednesday morning. Dr. Gaines was greeted by a tunnel of enthusiastic elementary students while being serenade by the SGA spirit band and choir. As the guest for the SLPS’ monthly Speakers Bureau program, Dr. Gaines both inspired and entertained…Details
Checkout the Samuel Gaines Academy 2016 Spring Concert Music Video!
Gaines Academy participated in “Keep Fort Pierce Beautiful” on Saturday, May 14th. Several of Ms. Moise’s 7th grade students were given community service hours and presented with awards. Samuel Gaines was also presented with an award from the Fort Pierce Waste Division for being the first school in Fort Pierce to start a recycling program!
Gaines Academy participated in an innovative partnership with Treasure Coast Research Park and AT&T on Wednesday, May 11 at Adams Arena. After month-long instruction from their science teacher, several SLPS middle school students in the project navigated drones through a maze. The students from Mr. Mackenzie’s 8th grade science class that composed the SGA team…Details
WATCH ME! WATCH ME! SGA students meet the Principal’s Reading Challenge! Ms. Wilke will do the Whip & Nae Nae on Thursday, May 26th. VPK, Kindergarten, 3rd, 4th, 6A and 7th grades will come at 9:45 and ASD, 1st, 2nd, 5th, 6B and 8th grades will be at 10:20. Come out and enjoy the fun!