Community Service: Face-to-face Project -Donates to CAST

3rd-grade classes at CAST were selected to be part of a community service project created by the Indian River County 4-H Club, HomeGrown. Their service project is to encourage kids to spend more face-to-face time with each other and less screen time together. The club received an overwhelming number of donated brand-new board and card games; so much so, that EVERY 3rd-grade student received their own brand-new game. We are hoping that the kids can enjoy playing their new game with friends and family, especially during their extended break.

Coming Soon: Disney’s Lion King at Creative Arts Academy of St. Lucie (CAST)

Disney’s Lion King, Jr. premieres at Creative Arts Academy of St. Lucie (CAST) January 18 & 19, and 25 & 26 in the historic auditorium. This production is full collaboration of all middle school fine arts including dance, drama, music, visual arts, digital arts and TV production.  With over 80 cast members, this is one show you will not want to miss and fun for all ages. Creative Arts Academy is located on 1100 Delaware Ave., Fort Pierce. Tickets can be purchased online through the school Box Office by visiting the school website or    Tickets: $10.00 per person.

CAST Rocks Dancing in December

Congratulations to our middle school dancers who participated in Dancing in December. The show was such an awesome collaboration with Treasure Coast High School and Fort Pierce Central High School. They did an amazing job!

CAST’s Fifth Graders Explore Heat Transfer

Mr. German’s 5th-grade Scientists are currently studying types of heat transfers, which are conduction, convection, and radiation. Today the students are investigating solar radiation by constructing pizza box solar ovens which allow the heat from the sun to transfer onto the s’mores. The most exciting part was when the scientists were able to taste the effects that solar radiation has on graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows!           

CAST’s Students Win Peace Poster Contest

Students from CAST participated in the Fort Pierce Lions Club International Peace Poster Contest. These students won first, second, third, and honorable mention. We are so proud! Congratulations to Mr. Cruz and his students!

Amazing CAST Staff

We are so excited to recognize our amazing staff members here at CAST! Congratulations to our Teacher of the Year- Mr. German, Distinguished Minority Educator- Ms. Hauck, Outstanding First Year Teacher- Mrs. Champagne, and School Related Employee of the Year- Mrs. Reynolds!    

CAST Animal Habitats

Second-grade students in Mrs. Bell and Ms. Simmons’ classes created animal habitats after studying about them during reading. As a culminating activity, both classes will present an animal report to our kindergarten and first-grade students. We can’t wait to listen to their presentations.