The Education Foundation of St. Lucie County awarded over 60 scholarships to graduating seniors at the Education Foundation’s Annual Scholarship Night. Congratulations to our seniors who are attending colleges and universities across the nation including, but not limited to: Berkley College of Music, Boston University, Citadel, Florida Atlantic University, Florida International University, Florida Gulf Coast…Details
For 38 years, the Florida Council on Economic Education (FCEE) has recognized Florida’s most outstanding teachers for their creativity in presenting lessons in economics, personal finance, and entrepreneurship. Open to all K-12 teachers, the Governor’s Awards for Excellence in Teaching Economics is a celebration of best practices and a way of acknowledging the innovation that…Details
Social studies and ELA educators from St. Lucie participated in the Echoes and Reflections Holocaust training. The training was provided by the Holocaust Task Force organized by Linda Medvin, Director of the FAU Center for Holocaust and Human Rights Education. The engaging presentation was lead by Stephanie McMahon Kaye from Yad Vashem. “I found this…Details
The second annual ECET2 conference was brought to educational professionals in St. Lucie County via a partnership with St. Lucie Public Schools and the Gates Foundation. ECET2 stands for Elevating and Celebrating Effective Teaching and Teachers. Event organizers explained that this year’s theme entitled Teachers Are Innovators: Grow, Collaborate, Lead blossomed from the positive feedback…Details
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Fifth grade students Adriana Edmond, Julia Pacek, and Jakiah Webb in Christy Nuccio’s class at F.K. Sweet Elementary are enjoying ice cream sundaes for earning reading points. Students at F. K. Sweet are all involved in the Scholastic Counts program and are enjoying reading, testing, and earning points. Teachers may set individual or class goals for students.
The School Board recognized the following students who won calendar and poster art contests from the Florida Council on Economic Education: Jayden Carey – 4th grade student at St. Lucie Elementary Jata Kahn – 4th grade student at St. Lucie Elementary Jennavie Porteous – 1st grade student at Village Green Environmental Studies School Gracious Ianniccheri…Details
The field of Early Childhood Education includes teachers, teacher assistants, administrators, and others who assist young children in education and development. Specific responsibilities vary based on the job and the age of the children. Hands-on learning allows students to explore this career field and work with young children in educational facilities. (Fort Pierce Central High…Details
Seats are available on a first come, first served basis at Eagles’ Nest Preschool located on the campus of St. Lucie West Centennial High School. See the attached flyer and secure a seat for your child today!