St. Lucie County’s environmental education staff from the Oxbow Eco-Center worked with St. Lucie Public Schools high school teachers during a two-day workshop this June focused on water quality and environmental education.
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Registered voters recently received a mail-in ballot. To ensure your vote counts, it must be mailed by this Friday — April 19th. This referendum supports teacher pay, safety on our campuses, and mental health services for our children.
The early bird gets the worm or better yet — coupon discounts! Coupon book sales will start in early August! Each year the Education Foundation sponsors the annual Coupons for Classroom fundraiser benefiting both St Lucie Public Schools and the Education Foundation. Participating schools will start selling these popular books in early August. Each book…Details
The St. Lucie Mets will provide two special nights for students and teachers! All K-12 students get in free on June 5th. *Students will report to the ticket window and share the name of the school they attend. All Teachers get in free on June 6th. *Teachers will report to the ticket window and show…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools staff visit with the parents of English Learners who attend the English Learning Center at Weatherbee Elementary. The District hosts four different locations through the Title III Program. Parents shared traditional holiday food. They were also serenaded by one of our parents. Norma Miller is the dedicated site manager for this…Details
A team of engineers from Fort Pierce Utilities Authority met with students and instructors in engineering classrooms at Fort Pierce Central High School and Lincoln Park Academy. Building solid partnerships between our schools and our community is an important aspect to quality education. About Our Programs: An exciting partnership between St Lucie Public Schools and…Details
Engineering is the creative application of scientific and mathematical principles to design, build, and maintain structure, machines, devices, systems, materials and processes. The discipline of engineering is extremely broad including aeronautical, civil, electrical, industrial, and mechanical. Engineering Technology studies incorporates foundational concepts that apply to all of these areas. (Lincoln Park Academy, Treasure Coast High…Details
Two employees were honored at the March 11, 2014, St. Lucie County School Board meeting for the S.T.A.R. (Special Thanks and Recognition) program, which recognizes employees for their behaviors, skills and actions that correlate with the district vision, and exemplify the district’s core values. Pictured, from left, are Superintendent Genelle Yost, honorees Palm Point Research…Details
The winners in each of four employee categories for St. Lucie Public Schools were announced at the annual Night of the Stars gala celebration February 23 at Lincoln Park Academy. The recognition program is sponsored by the St. Lucie County Education Foundation and the school board. Fort Pierce Central High School 32-year veteran math teacher…Details
Fort Pierce Central High School (FPCHS) culinary arts teacher Margaret (Peggy) Ash and school plant manager Barbara Hisey were honored at the January 28, 2014, St. Lucie School Board meeting for the inaugural presentation of the S.T.A.R. (Special Thanks and Recognition) employee recognition program. The two long-time school district employees were honored for doing “whatever…Details