Restoring the Village is a grassroots community movement focused on unifying and organizing resources to make the city of Fort Pierce a safer and more enjoyable place to live. This unique fellowship seeks to eliminate social, ethnic, and financial barriers while permanently binding adults and children alike to the success of the historic Lincoln Park…Details
This year’s Restoring the Village events made a tremendous positive impact on participants and recipients alike as the grassroots effort to work together for the purpose of making the world a better place is influencing the Lincoln Park Community and beyond. Congratulations to Renee Adderly-Clark who was honored with a Village Keepers Award at the…Details
www.restoringthevillage.com Restoring the Village Reunion Weekend June 17-18, 2016 Restoring the Village Reunion Weekend is an initiative of The Lighthouse Foundation focused on rebranding and reuniting Lincoln Park Village Alumni with the youth of northwest Fort Pierce through mentoring and community service activities. This grassroots community movement (www.restoringthevillage.com) is unifying and organizing resources to make…Details
Saturday, June 9th is the annual Restoring the Village Community Beautification Program. This year will include special projects in Sheraton Plaza, Paradise Park, Harmony Heights and Sunland Gardens. The 2018 projects will also include other areas of the Lincoln Park Community. Click on the link below to register as a volunteer: www.restoringthevillage.com …Details
The Youth Symposium will take place at Lincoln Park Academy.
Registration begins at 8:30.
This is a FREE motivational and empowering activity for elementary, middle and high school students.
Recently retired United States Army paratrooper Kenneth Frech came to visit students in Sandy Pagliughi’s fourth grade class during a Social Studies lesson Saluting Heroes, September 11, 2012 at Floresta Elementary School. Students were shown a PowerPoint presentation that included pictures from Operations Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom in Afghanistan and Iraq. There was…Details
Northport K-8 School was delighted to host retired United States Navy Lt. Commander Jerry Padrta recently as a guest speaker for students in Nick Carey, Georgia Stone, Carla Caldwell, Mindi Slater and Tracey Healy’s fifth and middle grades classes. LCDR Padrta spoke to the students about his upbringing as a child in Northern Minnesota, the…Details
Returning Air Force captain visits Forest Grove Middle School to thank students and staff for outreach
Sixth grade Panther team students at Forest Grove Middle School had the unique opportunity to welcome and honor a returning veteran, Captain Brandon Joseph Richard Gray, USAF. Captain Gray is the son of Rik Gray at Lincoln Park Academy and Pam Gray at Forest Grove Middle School. Captain Gray has just returned from a six-month tour in Afghanistan. He wanted to…Details
Parents, Grandparents and friends of third, fourth and fifth grade students at Morningside Elementary gathered on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 to celebrate Principal’s honor roll (all A’s including conduct), A/B honor roll, and perfect attendance. Principal, Cortina Bell-Gray congratulated students and gave them special pencils and academic achievement bracelets.
St. Lucie Public Schools congratulates St. Lucie West Centennial High School Athletic Director Steve Ripley as one of six named to the Florida Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame!
For the complete story, read the article recently published in TCPalm: https://www.tcpalm.com/story/sports/high-school/2019/07/03/steve-ripley-centennial-florida-athletic-coaches-association-hall-fame/1638718001/