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Superintendent
Michael J. Lannon

Board Members
 Dr. Judi Miller
Chairman
Kathryn Hensley
Vice Chairman
Dr. Samuel S. Gaines
Dr. John Carvelli
Carol Hilson



  

 

 

 

 

 

St. Lucie County Public Schools Closed Wednesday, Thursday, October 27 & 28.

REVISED St. Lucie County Public School Personnel

who should report to work on Wednesday, October 26

 

Fort PierceAll St. Lucie County School District personnel classified as Group 1A-B, Group 1-D-F, Group 2A and Food Service Managers SHOULD report to work on Wednesday, October 26.  Group 1A-B and Group D-F includes district executive council, purchasing agent and warehouse supervisor, security, Director of MIS and program managers, Director of Transportation, Director of Maintenance and Maintenance Project Managers, district maintenance and facility personnel, site maintenance foreman, and site maintenance workers.  Group 2A includes principals and assistant principals.  All other school district employees should NOT report to work unless notified by your immediate supervisor.

District administration will assess conditions and make determinations as to when school will be open again.

During this hurricane season, employees and parents will be notified of school closings via radio, television, District News Updates emails, and the district website.

If you have not currently signed up to receive District News Updates emails, you can sign up on our web site at www.stlucie.k12.fl.us by clicking on the SLCSB upd@te indicator on the bottom left of our district web site front page.

St. Lucie County Scope & Sequence
The SLC Scope and Sequence is the basis for the Benchmark Assessments and determines what benchmarks should be covered each nine weeks. This document will help you support your student's efforts to master the benchmarks covered on the FCAT.

Zone Schools Waitlist purges on October 10, 2005. This does not include the Magnet Schools Waitlist. If you are still interested in changing your child's school assignment, please stop by the Student Assignment Office to place your child back on the waitlist starting October 11, 2005. You must provide current proof of address within the last 30 days, such as, a home phone bill, electric bill or water bill.

ANN0UNCEMENT: The public input received at the community charrette on September 10, 2005 about the proposed approaches to student assignment changes is now available. Please click on the link below to see the summary report that was presented to the School Board at their meeting on September 13, 2005.

Summary Report of Student Assignment Comments from September 10, 2005

View letter from Mr. Lannon to employees regarding Student Assignment and Parental Controlled Choice

View the presentation from the Aug.17th Workshop on Pupil Assignment

Feedback Form Comments from the School Board Workshop on Student Assignment

 

 

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