St. Lucie Public Schools welcomes Dr. Donna Mills as the new School Board Chairman and extends a thank you to Mr. Troy Ingersoll for his outstanding leadership as the outgoing School Board Chairman.
The St Lucie County Chamber of Commerce and the Fort Pierce Woman’s Club honored Carol A. Hilson, St. Lucie Public Schools Board Member, as “Fort Pierce Lady of the Month.” The ceremony takes place at the Fort Pierce Woman’s Club the First Friday of each month. For more information please visit www.stluciechamber.org Congratulations! Photo: SLC Property…Details
After students perform holiday selections for the annual WPSL Christmas Kids Concert, Carol Wyatt of WPSL 1590 highlights arts in education and much more as she and School Board Members reflect on the year. They share their thoughts on the accomplishments of St. Lucie Public Schools including the selection of a new superintendent, the Speakers…Details
Northport K-8 students welcomed two St. Lucie County School Board members recently to discuss the school boards views on the issue of homelessness in St. Lucie County. The students heard much information about the issue for their seventh grade required Project Citizen research class. Pictured is school board vice chairman Debbie Hawley, who along with board…Details
LPA Senior Geoffrey Zheng was recognized as a semifinalist for the National Merit Scholarship Program.
Congratulations on this prestigious accolade!
The School Board of St. Lucie County has demonstrated support of Kids at Hope and the belief that “all children are capable of success – no exceptions.” The Kids at Hope organization has designated November 13, 2013 as “Kids at Hope Day – Day of a Million Treasures,” and the St. Lucie County School Board…Details
The St. Lucie County School Board today decided to extend the search for a successor to retiring Superintendent Michael Lannon during a meeting with search consultant Jim Huge. Huge began the meeting by announcing that finalist Scott Bailey withdrew his candidacy due to personal health issues. Board members could come to no clear consensus in…Details
A wonderful program was recently held in the Northport Media Center! The entire fourth grade came together with their teachers to learn about the autoimmune disease, Alopecia. Jeffery Woytovich, a representative from the “Children’s Alopecia Project,” came to raise awareness about alopecia. Students and teachers learned that there are three types of alopecia, or hair…Details
High school counselors took part in a bus tour, in partnership with the Economic Development Council of St. Lucie County (EDC), of local businesses to gain firsthand knowledge of the high paying jobs available upon graduation to our students. The businesses that the school counselors visited were, Builder FirstSource, Indian River Select, Treasure Coast Research…Details