The District Communications Department supports the flow of internal and external communications as well as the growth of community-based networks for sustainable partnerships. St. Lucie Public Schools and our community are closely linked, and through vibrant partnerships, the characteristics of a world class quality education system will be realized and promoted.
Business / Organization Alliance Agreement
St. Lucie Public Schools recognizes that building strong partnerships with businesses and organizations is essential to supporting student success and preparing them for their future careers. To this end, the district has established the St. Lucie Public Schools Business/Organization Alliance, a program that encourages collaboration between the district and the business community to help support innovative programs, projects, and activities that benefit students, teachers, and the community as a whole. Apply here
Business/Organization Alliance members can support SLPS through a variety of ways including donating supplies or equipment, sponsoring a scholarship to be managed through the Education Foundation, job shadowing internships, career fairs and career materials, or being a member of a CTE Advisory Council Board.
In return SLPS will provide participating businesses/organizations:
- Recognition on Social Media
- Recognition on the District Website
- Spotlight on WLX Horizon
- Invitation to Annual Business Recognition Event
Access to Schools
Please note that access to school properties including parking lots and bus loading/unloading zones may not be granted without prior consent or invitation by the Superintendent or his designee. For inquiries, please contact the District Communications Office at 429-4631.
Faces and recognizable images of persons under the age of 18 may not be published or broadcast without the written consent of a parent/guardian.
St. Lucie Public Schools supports positive, safe, and secure learning environments. We take the safety and privacy of our students, teachers, and all District personnel very seriously.
Media inquiries and requests for statistics should be submitted to the Communications Department. In the event that any incident involves a formal investigation, St. Lucie Public Schools will respect the investigation process and defer comments to the investigating agency, including but not limited to, local, state and federal law enforcement, and/or fire districts.
We look forward to working with you in a mutually respectful environment that honors both your mission and ours.