In a surprise announcement today, Aneesa Dial of Fort Pierce Westwood High School’s Marine and Oceanographic Academy (MOA), learned that she is one of 14 finalists for the Take Stock in Children’s Leaders 4 Life (L4L) Fellowship Program. This is a prestigious statewide fellowship which is designed to provide highly motivated Take Stock in Children scholars…Details
For the 8th consecutive year, the LPA Chorale has been selected to participate in the 2015 Disney Candlelight Processional. The Candlelight Processional held in the Epcot Center at the American Gardens Theater is a breathtaking retelling of the Christmas story in words and music complete with a 50 piece orchestra, choir and celebrity guest narrators.…Details
Since 2006, Northport K-8 School has proudly incorporated a thriving Veterans Partners in Education program throughout the school. Veterans are visible and can be recognized as part of the fabric of Northport. One of the founding partners in the school’s veteran program was Peter Popolizio. Peter was a corporal who served valiantly on Pork Chop…Details
Students at Sam Gaines Academy enjoyed their first Speakers Bureau presentation. Guest speaker Dr. Kevin Perry inspired the young people with his words of wisdom in his message: If You Want to Be Somebody, If You Want to Go Somewhere, You Better Wake Up andy Attention…
Special guest readers stopped by the Gaines Academy kindergarten classes on Friday, November 20th. Curious George and the Man in the Yellow Hat mesmerized the students as they read their story, Curious George by H.A. Rey. After the reading, Curious George led both students and teachers in an energetic game of ‘George Says.’ What an engaging,…Details
On Wednesday, November 18th at Lincoln Park Academy, we had the honor of congratulating six of our seniors. These student athletes have committed to their college, university and/or academy to further their education with a scholarship. They are as follows: Lindsey Wright – Swimming, Gardner-Webb University; Derek Schwimer – Baseball, Palm Beach State College; Ashley…Details
Fairlawn Elementary Magnet School’s Student Council, led by second grade teacher Ms. Kim Singley, held a school-wide food drive and collected over 2,300 pounds of food for Treasure Coast Food Bank. They set a goal of 1,000 pounds and were so excited to report that they more than doubled their goal! Front Row (left…Details
Superintendent E. Wayne Gent, TCUS Chairperson Deborah Hawley, and Todd Cash all plant to commemorate the opening of Roots and Rockets Garden at Palm Pointe Educational Research School.