Students from St. Lucie County learned about character, leadership, problem solving, and much more at this year’s Restoring the Village Youth Leadership Symposium. Coaches and their athletic teams attended from area schools as well as youth groups and leaders from area clubs and organizations. As this event grows each year, participants are looking forward to…Details
A special election is coming your way in April. Stay informed about how this will impact the future of our schools and the School District’s ability to recruit and retain quality teachers, ensure a school resource officer on every campus, and enhance mental health services for our children. Your vote matters. Visit stlucieschools.org to learn…Details
Two of the youngest guests to attend the Superintendent’s Learning Lunches this month delighted the superintendent and fellow participants with accounts of their school experiences. Phoebe, left, a pre-kindergarten student at Weatherbee Elementary School, and Windmill Point Elementary School kindergartner Christopher, attended the monthly event in March that invites students, school staff and parents to…Details
Recognizing the success and accomplishments of Justin Lee, a senior at Lincoln Park Academy For the past 5 years, Justin Lee has volunteered his free time at the Savannas preserve State Park, accumulating more than 2,000 volunteer hours! Justin is co-founder of the Junior Friends of Savannas, an elite group of teen volunteers at the…Details
For 35 years the Young Floridian Scholarship program has honored the most stellar high school seniors in St. Lucie County. Currently run through the St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce Foundation, this community-supported program awards scholarships to deserving students with pomp and circumstance at an annual awards ceremony. This year’s winners were announced onstage, the…Details
The Young Authors’ Celebration is just around the corner. That means books are due very soon! Young Author Books are due to Rivers Edge on 4/30! Please feel free to email Ilyse Brainin if your books will not make the pony in time. St. Lucie County Reading Council’s Young Authors’ Celebration – 2018! Quick…Details
The St. Lucie County Young Author Celebration sponsored by the St. Lucie County Reading Council was recently held at Manatee Academy. Over 200 parents and students enjoyed author Donna Gephart, a light lunch, book fair and free books and prizes. Pictured is the organization’s Executive Council, who made the event happen, from left, Vince Scotto, Debbie Remington,…Details
On May 18th, the Treasure Coast Literacy Association hosted its annual Young Authors Celebration at Oak Hammock K-8 School. Parents accompanied their young authors to this festive celebration of literary successes. .
Highlights Magazine illustrator, Sally Springer, was our guest at Morningside Elementary for our Young Author’s celebration . She creates the Hidden Picture for the magazine and gave a hidden picture to each student in honor of their writing and creativity.
Annual Mega Yard Sale-Village Green Elementary When: Saturday, November 18, 2017 (In the event of a rain day, the event will be rescheduled. Date to TBA) Time: 7:00 am to 11:00 am (Set-up time 6 am to 7 am; clean-up time 11:00 am to 11:30 am.) Where: Village Green’s Front Parking Lot Check-in Table will…Details