LPA Senior Geoffrey Zheng was recognized as a semifinalist for the National Merit Scholarship Program.
Congratulations on this prestigious accolade!
The SLWK-8 elementary gifted S.A.G.E. classes participated again this year in a holiday community service project. The students decorated holiday bags for the “Meals on Wheels” program in our area. This program provides and delivers meals to senior citizens who are homebound. These students have volunteered their time to show their holiday spirit and citizenship…Details
On Friday evening, December 4th, the Fairlawn junior cheerleaders joined the Lincoln Park Academy cheerleaders to cheer our boys basketball team on to victory. We would like to thank our junior cheerleaders for joining us. It was truly a delightful and energetic evening of cheers.
REE families came away from Publix with more than a full cart after another great Math Night! Students had a grade appropriate worksheet to do with their parents or other students. They were rewarded at the end with a sweet math homework pass and a dessert! A group from our 4th and 5th grade choir…Details
On Monday, December 7th, the first graders at Manatee Academy were fortunate to have Port St. Lucie’s Mayor Gregory Oravec as a special guest speaker. He talked about the duties and responsibilities he has as our mayor. The students found this very informative and had many questions for him. This was an excellent opportunity for…Details
SLWK-8 kindergarten teachers declared that December 11th would be Grinch Day. The students embraced this concept and went all out! Happy Grinch Day!
Manatee Academy’s Student Government and Honor Society will be hosting a 5k Run/Walk to support the fight against hunger. The event to benefit the Treasure Coast Food Bank will be held on January 23, 2016. Registration is available online at www.active.com and search for “Manatee” or participants can obtain registration information from Charles Pilson at…Details
Averi Sams-Wilson and Micaela Goulet from Mr. Zakrajsek’s kindergarten class reached their winter reading goal for the 100 Book Challenge. Five hundred sixty-eight students from Allapattah Flats celebrated reaching their goals with hot chocolate, cookies, and a movie. Students also received bracelets to mark their steps.
Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition’s Volleyball Team “B” recently played in a District tournament, and we are so proud to announce that they took second place. These girls worked very hard to get ready for the tournament under the direction of their coaches, Felicia Smith and Stephanie Remsen. Pictured from the left in…Details