Stop The Bleed is a nationwide campaign to empower individuals to act quickly to save lives. According the the Department of Homeland Security, it can take less than five minutes for someone to bleed out after an accident. EMS and other forms of emergency rescue often take longer to arrive on the scene. It is…Details
Kindergarten students and teachers at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition participated in the annual Storybook Character Parade. Students chose a book that they had read and dressed up like that character. Parents were invited to come and watch the parade. The parade route went around the school as the excited students waved to…Details
Clifford the Big Red Dog recently visited Frances K. Sweet Elementary School to promote the school’s fall book fair. Pictured is Clifford (Justin Adrian) with student Alex Neil with his purchase from the book fair. All profits from the book fair will be used to purchase new books for the Media Center.
Windmill Point Elementary School was visited by storyteller Donna Washington who joined students recently for two special assemblies. Mrs. Washington resides in North Carolina and travels to schools to tell her wonderful stories. Pictured, from left standing, are Nazare Moore, Ms. Washington, and Dawkins Lormejuste. Seated from left, are Kailey Jocelyn, Morgan Mack, and Talia Ricketts.
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ST. LUCIE COUNTY – Students’ ceramic art pieces from Art Instructor Katherine Avra’s classes at Fort Pierce Central High School are on their way to the New York City National Art Education Conference this month. These selections join other entries from across the United States as showcase pieces by Skutt Ceramics. Students were challenged to…Details
RULES, GUIDELINES AND PRIZE AMOUNTS STUDENTS PARTICIPATING MUST COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES: THEME: All artwork, 3D sculptures, photographs or video should focus on the corner-stones of representative government, Free Speech, Free Press and Free Society and how these rights ensure “the blessings of liberty for ourselves and our posterity.“ Artwork needs to be on…Details
State Representative Larry Lee was present at Tuesday night’s St. Lucie Public Schools Board meeting to accept an original artistic rendering from Palm Pointe seventh grader Kimberly Quigley. Quigley’s watercolor entitled “An Eye On the Future” will travel with Representative Lee to Tallahassee where it will be displayed and become part of the Art in…Details
ST. LUCIE COUNTY -State Representative Larry Lee was present at Tuesday night’s St. Lucie Public Schools Board meeting to accept an original artistic rendering from Palm Pointe seventh grader Kimberly Quigley. Quigley’s watercolor entitled “An Eye On the Future” will travel with Representative Lee to Tallahassee where it will be displayed and become part of…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools Student Assignment Office will operate temporarily from the Treasure Coast Public Safety Complex to support the back-to-school needs of parents, students, and community members (August 1 – 13).
Please make note of this temporary location: 4600 Kirby Loop Road, Fort Pierce.