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Microsoft Office for Students

Microsoft Office for Students
Microsoft Office for Students

Student Progression Plans

Student Code of Conduct

Families of the Treasure Coast

familes-of-tc-logo-smFamilies of the Treasure Coast supports parents and caregivers through workshops, links to community resources, adult learning and more. Visit their website at www.familiesofthetreasurecoast.org

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Children at school classroom

Parental Rights Information

St. Lucie Public Schools is committed to honoring the rights of parents and promoting parental involvement in the District.  We recognize parent rights in taking an active role in their child’s education and safety.

Student Climate Surveys

St. Lucie Public Schools administers student climate surveys a minimum of twice a year.  Parents and/or guardians may opt-out their child from participating in these surveys by providing written notice to their child’s principal.

Review Grade 3-5 Student-Survey

Review Middle-High School Student Survey

Student Technology Notebook

This interactive OneNote houses videos, guides, and “how-tos” for the different technology platforms we use in SLPS.

Do you need more help in any of these areas?  If so, check out the notebook!

  • Meeting features in Teams
  • Cool designs for PowerPoint
  • Read aloud tools in Word
  • Easy citations for papers
  • Organizing your digital stuff in OneDrive
  • Taking notes digitally with OneNote

Our Programs

Attractor Programs:

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Career and Technical Education Programs Expand Student College and Career Readiness Take a closer look at the CTE Programs SLPS has to offer. You will like what you see!

Career and Technical Education

Programs Expand Student College and Career Readiness

Take a closer look at the CTE Programs SLPS has to offer

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Health Information

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  • Guidance and Counseling – Services offered in our schools
  • SEDNET – The multi-agency network for students with or at-risk of emotional or behavioral disabilities
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Career Planning

Stay Connected

Family Access – Your access to student information such as attendance, grades, and health data.

SLPS To Go – Access SLPS news, updates and notifications, calendars, lunch menus, sports, and more at your fingertips with SLPS To Go, our free mobile app.

Skylert – Set up contact information including phone numbers, email addresses, and SMS (text message) numbers to receive alerts.

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Every Child a Swimmer

Interested in Swim Lessons but can’t afford them?

Every Child A Swimmer offers opportunities for low to no cost scholarships for qualified children.Find Locations for Swim Lessons

Abuse Hotline

1-800-962-2873

Florida Relay 711 or
TTY: 1-800-955-8771

Report Online

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Grace Packs

The mission and joy of Grace Packs Inc. is to provide weekly weekend food for students who lack an ample food supply, relieving the burden many of these children endure by being hungry. Throughout the school year, our Grace Packs are distributed at 32 partner schools by school staff – Gracie’s – to students the last school day of each week.

Please visit www.GracePacks.org or check your school’s website to see if they are a partner school.

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Anti-Vaping Resources

Youth vaping has increased dramatically across the country, including right here in St. Lucie County. E-cigarette companies claim their products are intended for adults, but alarming rates among teens tell a different story. About 25% of Florida high school students are vaping compared to 4% of Florida adults.
More information

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Cyber Safety

Cyber Safety Common Sense Media
Find out how to stay safe on the internet, plus parent and student resources for all things online.

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