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The SLWK-8 PTO is having their annual Valentine fundraiser (see attached flyer).
Student Council has begun a Meaningful Monday segment on the morning announcements. This is an effort to ensure that every child on our campus feels valued and has purpose in being. Each Monday, there will be another added. Please share with your child(ren). See below for the message for each week. Week 1 – December…Details
The SLWK-8 Student Council has two events coming up: The first event is Change for Charity. They are collecting change to purchase supplies for our Autistic classrooms. This fundraiser runs from January 22-February 22 (see attached flyer). The second event is our My School Color Fun Run. This event will be held on Saturday, February…Details
We are thrilled and proud to announce that Jami Williams, 8th Grade Science Teacher, has been selected as a finalist for St. Lucie Public Schools Teacher of the Year! Superintendent Wayne Gent and Board members were on hand to make the surprise announcement this morning. The Night of the Stars event is February 9th. Good…Details
Students entering 7th Grade are required to have a Tdap immunization prior to the first day of school. To avoid missing any school days, parents of current 6th graders can go ahead and get the immunization now, before Spring Break. Once your child has gotten the immunization, please turn in the 680 form to the…Details
Cheryl and Ray Lalloo from the Jessica Clinton Foundation generously donated an AED unit to St. Lucie West K-8. A fundraising campaign with heart-shaped cookies from local Panera restaurants takes place each February, and students are encouraged to post pictures of themselves holding the heart-shaped cookies. The proceeds from the sale of the cookies are…Details
The SLWK-8 School Speech/Language Pathologist, Nikki O’Neill and ESE Specialist, Marisol Abrahante were recognized at a recent School Board meeting for outstanding service as part of the District’s STAR program. The STAR program recognizes employees for their behaviors, skills and actions that correlate with the District’s vision and acknowledge those that exemplify its core values.…Details
Good news! Breakfast will be free to all students for the entire school year! However, students MUST pay for lunch and snacks. The Free/Reduced lunch application is available on the School District website, here is the link. For those students who were on Free/Reduced lunch last year and have not completed the application yet this…Details
Congratulations students and teachers! We are an “A” rated School! Congratulations for this tremendous accomplishment!
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.