During the months of April and May, Mariposa students have been writing and publishing their own books as a part of the annual celebration of writers — Young Authors. Students from grades kindergarten to fifth wrote, illustrated, edited, and published original stories. These books were shared and celebrated through several classroom and school-wide activities. Four…Details
The Education Foundation of St. Lucie County awarded over 60 scholarships to graduating seniors at the Education Foundation’s Annual Scholarship Night. Congratulations to our seniors who are attending colleges and universities across the nation including, but not limited to: Berkley College of Music, Boston University, Citadel, Florida Atlantic University, Florida International University, Florida Gulf Coast…Details
“A Walk to Remember” is a reflective celebration for Mrs. Nardi Routten’s students at F. K. Sweet Elementary.
Parents, students, and staff gather for this annual tribute to the students and their success journey.
FHSAA State Champion!!
On Friday May 6th, Caleb Pottorff of Lincoln Park Academy won the 3200 meter run at the State Championship event in Bradenton.
On Saturday May 7th, Caleb also ran the 1600 meter run and finished second.
Congratulations to Caleb and his coaches for becoming a State Champion.
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Chef Folker Raynolds of Ballantrae Counrty Club supported a collaborative opportunity on Cinco de Mayo for St Lucie Public Schools culinary students to cook, serve, and speak about their programs!
The 2016 Law Day Art Contest was open to all St. Lucie County students. The theme, Miranda: More than Words, encouraged students to explore the protections afforded to all by the U.S. Constitution, learn how these rights are protected by the courts, and determine why they are essential to our liberty. This commemorated the 50th…Details
Mrs. Furtah’s first grade students at APF enjoyed a visit from the Manatee Center. The portable touch tank provided a hands-on approach to learn about plant and animal life in the ocean!