F.K. Sweet Kindergarten teachers celebrate the 100th day of school in such a fun way!
Pictured here, dressed like 100 year old teachers, are Mrs. Herda, Mrs. O’Keefe, Mrs. Baylor, Mrs. Offerdahl, and Mrs. Francisco.
In December, Allapattah Flats welcomed motivational speaker and Sports Photographer, Ned Schuster of the Speakers Bureau. Mr. Schuster was introduced by Dr. Donna Mills who began the Speakers Bureau four years ago. Mr. Schuster has a passion for reaching students by sharing his real life story and impressing upon them that in life you can…Details
Don’t miss an opportunity on February 22nd to learn about and gather resources for career opportunities within the community. Speak with career counselors about adult and vocational programs as well as options for personal career planning. This is a FREE event at Lawnwood Elementary School on Thursday, February 22nd from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm.…Details
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It’s flu season, and working together there are some everyday preventive actions we can take to help slow the spread of germs that may offer some protection against the flu. Try to avoid close contact with sick people. If you or your child gets sick with flu-like illness, stay home for at least…Details
One hundred ninety early childhood educators laughed and learned at the “St. Lucie Speaks…and Listens” Conference at Fort Pierce Central High School on Saturday, February 3, 2018. The conference was presented by ALPI-Head Start, Early Learning Coalition of SLC, Children’s Services Council, St. Lucie County Education Foundation and St. Lucie Public Schools. The conference’s keynote…Details
Fort Pierce Central High School’s culinary chefs prepared and served area business leaders a delicious breakfast at the Chamber of Commerce Business & Education Breakfast sponsored by the St. Lucie County Education Foundation! At this quarterly breakfast, attendees also enjoyed tours of Fort Pierce Central’s career and technical academies,thus providing a closer look at what…Details
Britley Ritz, WPBF Meteorologist, received a warm welcome from White City Wildcats before she even stepped foot on campus. She recently visited the school to share an interactive and informative weather lesson on weather systems that included thunderstorms, tornadoes, tropical systems, and rip currents — all very relevant to students in South Florida. A…Details
Lincoln Park Academy Senior Haniya Shareef has been named a finalist in the Regeneron Science Talent Search, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious science and math competition for high school seniors. Each of the 40 finalists will receive at least $25,000 in awards, and selection from the pool of highly qualified entrants was based on…Details