Lincoln Park Academy is proud to announce its Students4H2O chapter! Although recently established, the Students4H2O Lincoln Park Academy organization has over twenty members who are eager to expand Students4H2O’s mission of creating a sustainable community and planet by enhancing education, stewardship, and citizenship for all students in our community. On Saturday, November 27th, the LPA Students4H2O chapter held its first cleanup at its newly adopted meeting location: Veterans Memorial Park. There, members not only worked toward the beautification of Veterans Memorial Park, but engaged in conversations about the seventeen United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, which act as a blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all by 2030. With support and guidance from the Students4H2O Martin County chapter; Lincoln Park Academy staff; the City of Fort Pierce; and Keep Fort Pierce Beautiful, Student President Tyler Daniel and Co-Vice President Sydney Daniel look forward to the year ahead and hopefully expanding Students4H2O across Saint Lucie County.
Stay tuned for more updates, events, and initiatives related to Lincoln Park Academy Students4H2O!