Pippin is Coming to LPA

Introducing Lincoln Park Academy Theatre’s fall musical… Pippin! This magnificent tale follows a young prince named Pippin who longs to find passion and adventure in his life. As told by a traveling troupe of actors led by the cunning Leading Player, Pippin becomes a soldier for his father Charlemagne’s army but is upset by the way his father rules. After taking things into his own hands, and becoming king, he is even more lost and unsure about what he wants in life and turns away from everything, including love, before discovering that what he has been searching for has been … Read More

SLPS Student Recieves FPRA Youth of the Year Award

Molly Grow, a 7th grader at the Creative Arts Academy of St. Lucie (CAST), was honored by the Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA) Treasure Coast Chapter as their “Youth of the Year.” Molly is the chapter’s only student member and has been involved in many community projects and has even led her own fundraising event. Her contributions were recognized at the FPRA Annual Board Installation and Award Luncheon on September 21 at Indian River State College. President Jennifer Trefelner, APR, CPRC presented Molly with the chapter’s first “Youth of the Year Award” in front of several public relations professionals on the … Read More

LPA NJHS Conducts its First Meeting

Lincoln Park Academy’s National Junior Honor Society students are eager, wide-eyed students ready to embark on a journey of leadership, service, and academic excellence. Students gathered to learn, connect, and embrace the opportunities that lie ahead, as they take their first steps towards becoming the future leaders of their community and beyond.      

TCHS Recognizes Heroes

Students in Mrs. Rodriguez’s class created a 9/11 Heroes Day Tribute. Treasure Coast High School recognized Officer Rodriguez and Officer Sisto for their heroic acts on 9/11 and subsequent weeks after as they were first responders for the NYPD.  Officer Rodriguez and Officer Sisto shared some words with the students. We want to thank them for their hard work and dedication. Titan Born, Titan Bred!

Free Heart Screening for Students

The Jessica Clinton MVP Foundation is hosting free heart screening for students ages 5 to 20 years, on Saturday, November 4th, 2023. Don’t miss out on this opportunity!  Register today at https://www.jessicaclinton.org/!

LPA’s College Board Awardees

College Board has granted national recognition to several of  Lincoln Park Academy’s High School students.  These students are being recognized because of their high grade point averages of 3.5 or higher and outstanding performance on the PSAT/NMSQT and or Advanced Placement Exams. Congratulations go to: Caleb Chuquillanqui, Carmela Bustamante, Chantol Tabana, Garrett Ingleton, Hannah Dorval, Janaya Stephens, Jevahiah Septembre, Nachbi Pierre, Rayna Desmangles and Shinaiyaa Marjan.  Way to Go Greyhounds!

FPC Creative Photo Students Using the Elements of Art in the Elements

Mrs. Minden’s Creative Photography students are working on the Element of Art, Shape in Photography. In their lesson, the students have been instructed to use people as their subjects and to “think outside the box.” The students enjoy working outside using their creativity to meet the requirements of the assignment. Each student is responsible for orchestrating their subjects to create the perfect shape for their photo composition.

Titan Theatre Production is Under Way

Rehearsal is underway for Treasure Coast High School’s Titan Theatre Production of Puffs or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic. Puffs tells the story of an orphan boy Wayne Hopkins, played by Ricky Corbo, who finds out he is a wizard and the seven eventful years following his acceptance to a certain magic school in England. Filled with laughs and fun, this show is suitable for all ages! We hope to see you at Treasure Coast High School on October 27th, 28th, and 29th. Titan Born, Titan Bred!

New Cobras Building Foundations at FPC

Cobra Nation had another great week, especially in the 9th grade. Students had the opportunity to receive valuable information from IRSC’s Take Stock in Children on scholarship opportunities awarded to freshmen as they meet qualifications. Also, we wrapped up the topic “Building a Rapport with Teachers.” Ms. Brown’s students asked thoughtful questions to our amazing guests, who were able to provide valuable input, experience, and feedback. Thank you to all the Cobra guest speakers: Ms. Artega, Mr. Guillaume, Ms. Devries, Ms. Parker, and Ms. Alanis for taking the time out of their busy schedules to share with our future leaders. … Read More

Lincoln Park Academy Orchestra Students Audition for All-State

These Lincoln Park Academy Orchestra students recently auditioned for the Florida Orchestra Association All-State Orchestra, held at Oslo Middle School on September 19.  Middle school student Christine Gergely auditioned on viola, and high school students Giselle Arana-Cisneros and Alexander Lopez auditioned on violin.  This will be Giselle’s fourth audition for the All-State orchestra!  The students prepared two etudes/excerpts in addition to scales and arpeggios. Results will be released in early November. Miss Laura Hopkins is the director of orchestras at Lincoln Park Academy.        

Port St. Lucie High School Meets with Treasure Coast Builders Association

The Port St. Lucie High School Skilled Trades/ Treasure Coast Builders Association Advisory Board Meeting was held on Tuesday, September 19th at 9:30 am at the high school.  In attendance:  Keron Belgraves – Program Specialist, Dr. Myrna Belgraves – Assistant Principal, Ms. Maddie Williams – Director of Workforce Programs, Mr. Brandon Nobile – COO Remnant Construction, Mr. Dave Slover – Building Construction Tech Teacher & Mr. John Picchiarini – Technical Design Teacher.  It was great receiving insight on the state of the Industry and the job skills employers are seeking.  We look forward to taking the knowledge gained and sharing … Read More

Play with Purpose at White City Elementary

Play with Purpose is in full swing at White City Elementary! It is the Kindergartener’s favorite part of the day as they get to learn through play. Purposeful Play seeks to ensure that enjoyable and meaningful play experiences are encouraged or created and promote & extend children’s learning and development towards meeting desired learning goals!

Titans Serve at Student Perks Coffee Cart

Treasure Coast High School students had their first day at the Student Perks Coffee Cart at the St. Lucie Public Schools District Office and it was a huge success. The Titans excelled in their employability, and customer service skills. Titan Born, Titan Bred!

FPC Students Attend College Fair

Fort Pierce Central High School students enjoyed sampling the possibilities of their academic futures this week at the district’s college fair. Dozens of universities and colleges came out to introduce our students to their academic institutions and their program offerings. Students filled out interest cards, talked about admission expectations, and scholarship opportunities. Cobras left the fair feeling more informed and ready to make plans towards their post-high school success. Thank you to Mrs. Armada, 12th grade Assistant Principal, and Mrs. Herbert, Counseling Director for coordinating our student participation.

Kids at Hope Treasure Hunter

Fort Pierce Police Department SRO Officer Goz with a Kids at Hope 10’s Award for being a Treasure Hunter who exemplifies the Treasure Hunter’s Pledge to a level 10: “As an adult and a Treasure Hunter, I am committed to search for all the talents, skills, and intelligence that exist in all children and youth. I believe that all children are capable of success, NO EXCEPTIONS!”

Bayshore Celebrates Grandparents Day

Bayshore Elementary hosted Grandparents Day!  “Grandparents have ears that always listen, arms that always hug and hold, love that’s never-ending, and a heart that’s made of gold.” Thank you to all of the Grandparents/friends who came to celebrate with us. .

Allapattah Students Participate in School-Wide PBIS Activities!

Allapattah’s first PBIS Event of the school year was Bingo! Students were able to use Gator Bucks for an opportunity to participate in Bingo! Students that won Bingo received a sweet prize. Students earn Gator Bucks by demonstrating our PBIS Expectations: Responsible, Respectful, and Safe. Allapattah has monthly PBIS events to encourage students to follow school-wide expectations.