Seventh grade Lincoln Park Academy student Jamya Wiley was recently honored by Duke University at a reception at Florida Atlantic University for students the university has identified for its Duke University Talent Program (Duke TIP). Jamya scored a 20 out of a perfect 36 on her first attempt at the college entrance exam, at the…Details
Students in one of two Christopher Tolliver’s seventh grade classes at Dan McCarty School bested eight other school groups in this year’s Vaccine Gene Therapy Institute (VGTI) Academic Challenge. Nine classes from six schools competed in this year’s challenge posed by VGTI scientists in an interdisciplinary approach to learning where rigorous academic concepts are coupled…Details
The September COLT of the month was held on the afternoon of September 17th in the Gaines Academy audeteria. The program started with a welcome message from Principal Wilke. Then, the SGA guidance staff led both parents and students in a fun activity that explained the month’s character trait. After the activity, the giving of the certificates ceremony began. Audience members were…Details
On Friday, April 6th, six seniors were recognized for their academic and athletic excellence as they committed to the college or university of their choice to continue playing their sport. Congratulations to these fine seniors: From left to right: Logan Peters -Baseball – North Park University in Chicago, IL Emilie Passanante – Bowling – Savannah…Details
The Fort Pierce Westwood’s Class of 2019 senior pinning ceremony was a tremendous success!
Alumni Ian Osking inspired students with his keynote address. Once a panther, always a panther!
St. Lucie Public Schools is looking for residents to serve on the Referendum Citizens Advisory Committee. The Committee’s sole duty will be to provide oversight to ensure that the referendum funds are used for the purposes described in the referendum ballot language. On April 23, 2019, voters approved a 1 mil property tax to raise…Details
Second grade students in Kasey Ascani’s RTI enrichment class at F.K. Sweet Elementary are participating in a Readers Theatre activity to improve their reading fluency. Pictured, from left, are Brooke Adams, Juliana Mejia, Zion Hunt, and Jode-Ann Bailey.