The Five Star School Award was created by the Commissioner’s Community Involvement Council and is presented annually to those schools that have shown evidence of exemplary community involvement. In order to earn Five Star School recognition, a school must show documentation that it has achieved 100 percent of the established criteria in the following categories. Business partnerships…Details
A tremendous honor was recently bestowed on our very own Fort Pierce Westwood High School Principal Mr. Joseph Lezeau. Last week during the high school’s JROTC Awards Ceremony, an impressive number of cadets earned awards for high academic accomplishments and were recognized for their citizenship, leadership, and community service. At the close of the ceremony, CSM…Details
Creative Arts Academy of St. Lucie’s eighth grade science teacher, Aaron Barnes, was just selected to represent CAST at Texas A & M University’s G-Camp through their College of Geosciences. The acceptance into this program is an extreme honor as only 50 teachers in the United States are chosen for this exciting opportunity! G-Camp is…Details
The STAR program’s focus is to recognize employees for their behaviors, skills and actions that correlate with the District’s vision and acknowledge those that exemplify its core values. Appreciation for benevolence goes to a team at West Gate K-8 and Treasure Coast High: Kirstin Bowman Samantha Bowman Esther Guzman Elyse Kirkaldy It was over the…Details
A new partnership has been formed between Lincoln Park Academy and The Concetta Viggiano Parry Foundation, a non-profit organization located in Fort Pierce, focused on philanthropy, volunteerism, and grant-making. This foundation has graciously offered to donate $10,000 toward establishing Lincoln Park Academy’s first-ever wrestling team! The donation will help purchase the team’s initial uniforms and…Details
Roger Priest and members of the Fort Pierce Sunrise Kiwanis presented awards to schools for this year’s St. Lucie County School Fair Displays. Congratulations to all of our winners!
This week’s lineup features the annual All County Elementary Chorus Concert, the April School Board Meeting, and Community Connections hosted by Sean Boyle and Ashley Mock. Also, please don’t forget to cast your vote for the Referendum by April 23rd! For more information regarding the Referendum, please tune in to our Education Channel, or check…Details
On April 10, 2019 Career Source Research Center hosted the 4th Annual Treasure Coast Homeless Veteran Stand down. The Stand Down brings together government agencies, housing providers, nonprofit agencies, and local businesses to connect homeless veterans with permanent and supportive housing, intensive case management, benefits eligibility screening, employment, legal assistance, and mental health services. Veterans…Details
Lakewood Park Elementary’s Science Club was in action sorting seeds and spaces to classify plants. The Club meets after school to dive deep into the state standards with hands-on activities.
SLW Centennial High School Criminal Justice Students in Ms. Baumgarten’s and Ms. Oliveira’s classes had the opportunity to learn about Emergency Management Systems in St. Lucie County. Speakers included: Frank Amandro, Assistant Director for the Public Safety Department; Billy Weinshank, Emergency Management Safety Planner; Karen Kozac, Radiological Coordinator Assistant; and Sue McNichol, Human Resource Coordinator. …Details