Join the community of Port St. Lucie in a day of beautification! On Saturday, April 20, 2019 from 7:30AM – 1:00PM, volunteers are needed to assist in clean up around the city. Breakfast and lunch will be provided for volunteers. To get involved, contact the Civic Center at 772.873.6312.
Congratulations to Geometry teacher Brandon Comeau at Treasure Coast High School is this week’s CBS 12 Tools For Teachers winner!
“I feel like that’s my calling this is where I’m supposed to be,” said Brandon about teaching. For Brandon, watching his students learn and knowing the ‘why’ behind the lessons is what it’s all about.
To watch the full interview, click here.
Weatherbee Elementary placed 3rd in the St. Lucie County Fair’s Education Display. Way to go Mariners! Thanks to Ms. Katelyn Donovan for planning our fair booth and to our Weatherbee students for their awesome art work!
Come visit Childhood Nutrition Services this week at the St. Lucie County Fair in Community Building B. We have some tasty snacks to sample!
In the 9th annual Project Citizen District Showcase, Southport Middle School students Johnathan Almeida, Abigail Ward, and Makenzie Fairchild presented their project entitled “The Overuse of Plastics in St. Lucie County” which created public policy on reducing plastic usage. The students worked hard for weeks after school to create and implement an action plan. For their presentation, they explained how they would carry out their plan. Project Citizen is a county-wide initiative that helps to deepen students’ understanding of their Civics content. It teaches seventh grade students about legislation and promotes responsible participation in local and state government.