National Library Week will be observed April 8-14, 2018 with the theme, “Libraries Lead.” First sponsored in 1958, National Library Week is a national observance sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries across the country each April. The Northport media center is a raucous place. No dust on our books! Happy National Library…Details
Northport is pleased to announce Brandy Arthur and Olivia Sacchi as our Northport GiveBack2Kids, Inc. Student of the Month. Students are selected for good citizenship, leadership qualities or simply being an awesome friend. Many thanks to David Gornitzky and James Monds for being great community partners with the best interest of our children at heart.…Details
Northport music instructor, Joe Bigler conducts after-school practice with middle school band students. So proud of this young music teacher and his students! Keep going, Mr. Bigler..You’ve got this!
The St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce Foundation congratulates the Young Floridian Scholarship Program Winners for the 2017-2018 academic year. The Young Floridian Award was established in 1988 by General Development Corporation to recognize outstanding seniors for achievement and service to their school and community. Young Floridian awards honor one St. Lucie high school senior…Details
Don’t Miss The Safety Fest and Family Reading Festival
Saturday, April 28th
9 AM – 1 PM
First Data Field (Mets Stadium)
FREE Admission, FREE Parking, FREE Give-Aways!
It was a BIG night for BIG checks to be distributed to schools for winning displays at the St. Lucie County Fair! The Sunrise Kiwanis of Fort Pierce along with generous sponsors were present at the April School Board Meeting to share the excitement as the awards were announced. Congratulations to 1st Place Winners ($1,000):…Details
Numerous public and private high school students in the four-county area of Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River and Okeechobee counties participated in the Indian River State College Creative Writing Contest. The event is hosted annually by the English/Communications/Modern Languages Department. Contestants entered original short stories, one-act plays and poems for a chance to win scholarships…Details
Andrea Jacobs, Patricia Chesser, and Eric Henik were all recognized as STARs in their own right at this month’s School Board Meeting. Andrea Jacobs is a dedicated and compassionate school bus driver. She was publicly recognized for the way in which her students see her — as one who is always appreciative and has a…Details
Bill Tomlinson and LaTanya Green came forward at the April School Board Meeting to recognize the humanitarian efforts of the many individuals from the SLPS’s Student Services and Guidance Department teams. Mr. Tomlinson explained that after the incident at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Broward County on February 14, 2018, staff members graciously volunteered…Details
The City of Port St. Lucie Neighborhood Services Department will be accepting applications from families who are interested in purchasing a home through the State Housing Initiative Partnership (SHIP) Program and who meet the requirements for “Essential Service Personnel,” which is defined as “ Teachers, educators, other school district employees, community college employees and university…Details