Cary Schott, Art Specialist at Frances K. Sweet Elementary, and Janey MacArthur, retired from Westwood High School, volunteered for an Empty Bowls program event recently at the Downtown Farmers’ Market of Fort Pierce. Students from several schools made and painted bowls to sell and raise money for the Treasure Coast Food Bank. Pictured, from left, are…Details
Fort Pierce Central Culinary Arts students prepared and served lunch for 30 area leaders on March28 inCentral’s Cobra Cafe. St. Lucie County School Board Member Kathryn Hensley coordinated the lunch during a visit by Dr. Jack Payne, Vice President of University of Florida for the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS). Guests included community…Details
Port St. Lucie High School’s Jaguar ROTC Battalion hosted its 16thannual award ceremony where various awards were presented to deserving cadets. The awardees are selected based on exceptional JROTC performance and superior physical fitness, but a prerequisite for each award is academic excellence. The entire battalion gathered in the auditorium, anxious to learn who earned…Details
Second grade students in Kasey Ascani’s RTI enrichment class at F.K. Sweet Elementary are participating in a Readers Theatre activity to improve their reading fluency. Pictured, from left, are Brooke Adams, Juliana Mejia, Zion Hunt, and Jode-Ann Bailey.
Holocaust survivor Peter Feigl spoke to the sophomore class at Fort Pierce Central High recently about his experiences as a child during World War II. Mr. Feigl, 83, described the unfortunate events he experienced to an audience of over 700 students and staff in the school auditorium, and spoke about how more than once people put their lives in…Details
C.A. Moore students celebrated their parents and guardians at Kids at Hope Night. The students presented their parents with Very Important Parent certificates and wrote letters explaining why they loved them. It was obvious the letters came right from the heart! Said one student, ” I love you because you brought me into this world.…Details
Students in Jeanie Alves first grade class at Mariposa Elementary have been learning about different foods and where they come from, and Ms. Alves’ class selected oranges and picked several from the school garden. Students learned how to squeeze the oranges to get the juice, which they love!
Four cadets from Port St. Lucie High School’s Jaguar Battalion presented the flags for the dedication ceremony of the United States Federal Courthouse in Ft. Pierce. The ceremony was a major event in our community whose audience included prominent public figures like Senator Bill Nelson and various congressmen, including Honorable Thomas Rooney. Participating in the Color…Details
Students at Mariposa Elementary School recently jumped for pledges for the local chapter of the American Heart Association. The goal this year was $7,000. All students spent their resource time, skipping, jumping rope, running an obstacle course and hopping to music. We thank all those who have made donations on behalf of the students. It is…Details