Thank you, St. Lucie Education Foundation! The 17th Annual Evening for Education Fundraising event at the Pelican Yacht Club was a great success. The
Oak Hammock K-8 School Promotes Bullying Prevention with a Bulletin Board Decorating Contest! October was National Bullying Prevention Month. To celebrate, each elementary grade group
Bring on the Fall FUN! From games to a photo booth, Lakewood Park had a blast at this year’s Fall Festival and Literacy Night. Thank
On Saturday, November 19th at Fort Pierce Central High School, Garber Buick GMC will help donate dollars to education — up to $10,000. It is
Students in kindergarten through fifth grade at Mariposa Elementary are celebrated at monthly PBIS Brag Bracelet ceremonies for adhering to the school I CAN expectations,
Village Green Environmental Studies School hosted student led conferences on Friday, October 28, 2016. Students shared their growth during quarter one, set goals for the
Students at Floresta Elementary participated in a mock election in their technology class. They voted on President and Senator. They were very pleased with themselves
Reality Store SM 2016 – Designed to help students get a better understanding of what it takes to survive in “real life.” The students start
ST. LUCIE COUNTY – Principal Juanita Wright is joined by F. K. Sweet students and staff once again to honor veterans during the 8th Annual
Each year, the Northport community comes together to support our anti-bullying message. We all wear orange and students and parents walk with their classes on
Jumpstart’s Read for the Record National Event was launched on October 27th and members of PNC Bank volunteered to serve as guest readers in St.
Thank you to our business partners PNC Bank for reading to our VPK classes this morning at Lakewood Elementary!
Our Lakewood Park Falcon Staff is ready for our 1st Annual Fall Festival festivities! It’s going to be a night of food…fun…and many laughs!
Representative Larry Lee took part in the Fort Pierce Westwood Speakers Bureau presentation this past Wednesday, October 26, 2016. After being introduced by Board Member
FGMS MOA students engineered a life size orca whale 25 feet long x 11 feet tall and put it on display at the IRL Science
Students at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition recently participated in a school wide P.B.I.S. (Positive Behavior Interventions and Support) fundraising event. Students were
Melody Hearn of the Family Care Council presented information to our Morningside Elementary students on Wednesday, October 26, 2016. She discussed the challenges and daily
Several schools competed in this meet from all over Florida (29 teams in total and 10 schools). The competition consisted of five different events including
A fourth grade student at Mariposa Elementray, Mateo Villegas, was celebrated for receiving a perfect score on his 3rd grade math FSA test. Mr. Logue and
Lincoln Park Academy’s Class of 2018 is committed to graduating! On October 26th, LPA juniors participated in their annual C2G ceremony to reaffirm their commitment to