Join Florida Department of Education (FDOE) in helping increase awareness about children with mental health needs and end the stigma around seeking help. On May 9, 2019, join the FDOE and wear green in support of Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day. Celebrate the statewide awareness campaign and tag a photo of your group wearing green…Details
With special thanks to Friends of the Rupert J. Smith Law Library, Inc., students had the opportunity to participate in the 2019 Law Day Art Contest and Law Day Reception. This year’s theme, “Free Speech, Free Press, Free Society,” highlighted the cornerstones of representative government and called on individuals to understand and protect these rights…Details
Fort Pierce Central High School JROTC cadets participated in the Wreaths Across America fundraising effort in the fall and raised over $1,100. The dollars raised were donated to St. Lucie County’s local veterans organizations in an effort to honor the men and women who dedicated themselves to serving and protecting our country in the armed…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools will participate in the Summer Food Service Program during the months of June and July. Nutritionally balanced meals will be provided to all children regardless of race, color, sex, disability, age or national origin during summer vacation when school breakfasts and lunches are not available. At open sites, all children, 18…Details
St. Lucie West Centennial High School’s Culinary Arts students catered and served a delicious lunch for the guests at the Criminal Justice Academy Completers celebration. The celebration was hosted at the Keiser University campus at Tradition.
Ajah English, 12th grader at Lincoln Park Academy, is the recipient of the ” State of the Jobs” Scholarship in the amount of $800. She is the only recipient from the district. The scholarship was presented by Leslie Haviland, Director of Student Services, Keiser University; Brian Bauer, Career Source; Pete Tesch, St. Lucie Economic Development…Details
Village Green Environmental Studies School hosted the Environmental Science Expo last weekend to highlight the school’s permaculture garden, square foot gardens, astronomy binoculars, solar lab and microscope center. Fifth grade students took responsibility to orient guests about the variety of plants grown, their origins, and their uses.
We are truly blessed at Northport. Pastor Brian, Deacon Rad, and others from our First United Methodist Church of Port St. Lucie community partners gave a day of service to our school. We are beautiful and wondrously freshly painted and cleaned. ❤
Northport appreciates all who supported the effort!
Mrs. Lawrence’s first grade class proudly brought their completed Young Author books to the media center. Great job for innovative and exciting work and teaching the joy of writing!❤
Young Authors is a school-wide program at Northport. Common language and joyful writing brings the community together to help children release their inner writer.
Many thanks to the St. Lucie County Public Library for visiting Northport second graders. Jayme Kostandinu, children’s program specialist, and Brittany Ellis, program associate, brought news about the public library’s summer reading program themed “A Universe of Stories!” Students received applications for public library cards and listened to interactive stories to spur their reading initiative.…Details