The students at CAST participated in the international peace poster contest held by the Ft. Pierce Lions Club. The theme for this year was “Journey of Peace”. Our students were able to express their vision and interpretation of peace through their drawings. Their artistic interpretations were remarkable! All of our students’ artwork were displayed in the Zora Neale Hurston…Details
NPK8 Culinary students assisted Fort Pierce Central’s Culinary students to prepare for the Master Gardeners of SLC luncheon today. Well ✔ Done! Great job to Mrs. Rachel Savela and students! You make Northport proud!
Northport students experienced a wonderful and festive time at the annual Port Saint Lucie Rotary Club Christmas party. Students were treated to lunch from the Olive Garden, met Santa Claus and received gifts. Thanks to Diane Crumpton and Tammy Boston for escorting our students.
Fort Pierce Westwood Academy, the W.E.S.T. Prep Magnet’s Brittany Shoun along with Westwood Administration and District CTE Program Specialists met with local veterinarians and veterinary technicians to plan hands-on labs for the Westwood Vet Assisting students. The Veterinary Assisting facility is revamping the surgical suite and laboratory areas. Pictured from left is Assistant Principal Leslie…Details
Palm Pointe 4th – 8th grade BETA members soared, at the 2019 BETA Florida Junior Convention! So many memories were made, as these students represented our school with poise, determination and creativity. Our very own Laney Keys, Vice President of the Junior Beta for the State of Florida, commanded the stage several times and our…Details
Ms. Duran’s middle school students from Lincoln Park Academy participated in the Lion’s International Peace Poster Contest. The winners were selected by the Lion’s Club of Fort Pierce. First place was awarded to Zareef Mohammed (7th). Second place was awarded to Zoey Thomaselli (8th). Third place was awarded to Zoya Mukhamedov (8th). Kaliyana Limear (8th)…Details
Fairlawn Elementary’s Student Council sponsored a food drive to benefit those in need on the Treasure Coast. In one week, the school was able to gather more than 1,100 pounds of food!