LPA Adobe CAPE Academy Wins 4 Day Trip to NYC for Panasonic Worldwide Video Contest

LPA Adobe CAPE Academy Wins 4 Day Trip to NYC for Panasonic Worldwide Video Contest

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR ADOBE CAPE ACADEMY TEAMS!

THEY JUST DOMINATED THE AMERICAS FOR PANASONIC’S WORLDWIDE VIDEO CONTESTS AND ALL WON A 4 DAY TRIP TO NEW YORK CITY FOR THE AWARDS CEREMONY AND WINNERS WEEKEND!

The Eco-Effect winning team of Donovan Kryak and Zaid Jamil created a fascinating typography-animated video on water conservation:  View the Water Conservation Video

Our New Vision Award Winning Team includes: Janice Ng, Imani Rodney, Sana Adalsha, and Marisol Galindo! They created a 5 minute video documentary on World Hunger which includes an international perspective, as well, as how we can act locally through our Empty Bowls event with proceeds going to the Treasure Coast Food Bank:  View the World Hunger Video

This is a wonderful achievement for LPA as no other school has won both divisions! We are very proud of their accomplishment!

Join us in our Adobe CAPE Academy – LPA HS RM 152!

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International Sailing Federation Youth World Championship Team Member

International Sailing Federation Youth World Championship Team Member

Lincoln Park Academy senior, Luke Muller, has been selected as one of twelve to compete in the 2014 International Sailing Federation Youth World Championship Team Regatta in Tavira, Portugal, on July 12-19, 2014. Luke is a member of the Lincoln Park Academy International Baccalaureate program, has been nominated and appointed to the U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, and has been accepted for admission to Stanford University. Pictured from left are, Superintendent Genelle Yost, Parents George Muller & Ann Huff, LPA Senior Luke Muller, School Board Chair Debbie Hawley, Principal Pam Dampier, and Deputy Superintendent Dr. Mark Rendell.

Bank Of America donates $5,000

Bank Of America donates $5,000

At the April 22nd School Board Meeting, the Bank of America Charitable Foundation provided a $5,000 grant to the St. Lucie County Education Foundation in support of its Working Together for Success Grant Program. Providing support to organizations such as the St. Lucie County Education Foundation is just one of the ways that Bank of America helps to improve the quality of life in communities it serves.  Herve Lesperance- Vice President Banking Center Manager, Elaine Clem- Assistant Vice President Client Sales & Service Officer, and Robin Secor-Assistant Vice President Banking Center Manager presented the check along with board members of the St. Lucie County Education Foundation. Pictured from left are, Debbie Hawley, Dr. Mark Rendell, Dr. Donna Mills, Robin Secor, Genelle Yost, Elaine Clem, Vanessa Tillman, Candace Stone, and Herve Lesperance.

Lawnwood media specialist represents the faculty in dodgeball

Lawnwood media specialist represents the faculty in dodgeball

Lawnwood Elementary Media Specialist, Mrs. Schaeperkoetter, represented her faculty team in April’s PBS challenge. The teachers joined a team of kindergarteners in  a game of dodge ball during the annual and popular award event.  The students worked for several weeks collecting “Lawnwood loot ” behavior rewards to participate in the friendly challenge, which included PE coaches, resource, and kindergarten teachers.

Kickball: Students vs. the Faculty

Kickball: Students vs. the Faculty

To culminate a recent Principal’s Reading Challenge, the top readers in grades 3-5 played kickball against Weatherbee Faculty.  All other students who obtained their goal were spectators for this event.  We won’t say who won, but a fun time was had by all!