FORT PIERCE, FL – Lincoln Park Academy’s Adobe CAPE Academy team moves to the final round of judging for the Kid Witness News (KWN) global digital video competition. KWN is a global video education program supported by Panasonic, with the aim of boosting creativity, enhancing communication skills, and fostering teamwork through video production by children…Details
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR ADOBE CAPE ACADEMY TEAMS! THEY JUST DOMINATED THE AMERICAS FOR PANASONIC’S WORLDWIDE VIDEO CONTESTS AND ALL WON A 4 DAY TRIP TO NEW YORK CITY FOR THE AWARDS CEREMONY AND WINNERS WEEKEND! The Eco-Effect winning team of Donovan Kryak and Zaid Jamil created a fascinating typography-animated video on water conservation: View the Water…Details
A high-quality public education should empower today’s young people with the skills they need to forge a path to bright futures. With this in mind, GreatSchools is proud to announce the winners of the 2018 College Success Award. This honor recognizes 814 high schools across nine states that have a successful track record of going…Details
On January 11th, Dyujae (Biko) Gayman scored his 1,000th basketball point as a Lincoln Park Academy Greyhound. The LPA family of students, teachers, staff, and coaches are very proud of his accomplishment. Congratulations Biko!!
Love’s makes a donation of $2,000 to a local school or nonprofit at the grand opening of each new store. The Fort Pierce location at 200 South Kings Highway just opened on May 8, 2014. At the June 10th School Board Meeting, General Manager Eric Wolf was recognized for the donation that will go to…Details
Fort Pierce Central’s “Poison Pens” spoken word poetry team won Semi Finals in Jason Taylor’s 4th Annual Louder Than a Bomb” poetry slam. As one of the final four winning teams in the state of Florida, they move on to Team finals Saturday, April 21, 2018 at 6:00 pm at Nova Southeastern University. Congratulations!
On October 14, 2014 the Loretta Adams and Sam Andrianoff Awards were presented in conjunction with the declaration of Disability History and Awareness Month. These two exceptional people left a great legacy. Loretta Adams was the forefront of the inclusion movement and was an advocate for students with disabilities. This years awards were presented to Megan…Details
Below is a letter from Grace Way Village that shares ways in which students in need can be assisted with school clothing and nutrition needs: Dear St. Lucie County School Teachers and Guidance Counselors: For the sake of those who do not know about Grace Way Village, a well-established nonprofit serving those in need for…Details
Every registered voter in St. Lucie County will receive a postage paid mail-in ballot on or about April 3rd. This is a very important referendum to raise teacher pay, keep a school resource officer on every campus, and enhance mental health services for our children. A Citizens Advisory Committee will have oversight to guarantee every dollar…Details
Lakewood Park Elementary fourth grade students had the opportunity to participate in the Channel 25 WPBF Weather School Wednesday with meterologist Chris Martinez. The program was fun, interactive and informative for the Lakewood Park Elementary students. The students received information about the local weather, weather forecasting, hurricanes, tornadoes, and many other interesting facts. The students loved visiting…Details