New Horizons Breakfast With Santa
Free for Youth 17 and Under
$5 for Adult or Bring an Unwrapped Gift
Saturday, December 2
8 AM – Noon
Mets Stadium/First Data Field
Toys for Tots Toy Drive
Students in eighth grade language arts classes at Allapattah Flats K8 are busy brainstorming and categorizing different topics. Pictured, from left, Jonaton Jeantry, Latonia Jones, and Skylar Lasseur are racing against a clock to brainstorm as many phrases, words or related categories as possible. Once their time is up they create different categories to narrow…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools supports Big Brothers Big Sisters each year during the annual Bowl For Kids’ Sake campaign. This year, five schools were recognized by the organization for their tremendous fundraising efforts. Morningside Elementary 1st Place $1,037.95 Floresta Elementary 2nd Place $970.50 Rivers Edge Elementary 3rd Place $830.00 F. K. Sweet Elementary 4th Place …Details
This year’s Bowl for Kids’ Sake proved to be inviting and exciting for participants in St. Lucie County as school teams and SLPS departments took to the lanes with other community organizations. The annual fundraiser is more than just bowling. “It’s about the kids and raising money to support the mentoring programs of Big Brothers…Details
Interested in a little friendly competition and a chance to support Big Brothers Big Sisters? Now is the time to reserve your lane for this year’s big event! Mark your calendar for Saturday, September 22, 2018, and get your team ready for the 30th Anniversary Bowl for Kids’ Sake event at Superplay USA. You…Details
At the School Board Meeting on October 14th Dr. Judi Miller, Big Brothers Big Sisters, recognized winners from the Bowl For Kids Sake event. 100 % of all monies collected go to Big Brothers Big Sisters Reading Mentor Program. In fifth place was St. Lucie West K-8, Susan Seal and John Keelor. In fourth place…Details
Forest Grove Middle School faculty and staff participated in the Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids Sake event on Saturday, September 26th. Forest Grove Middle school placed third for the 1pm session.
On February 10th and 11th, the Jaguar Battalion participated in the annual Port St. Lucie Botanical Garden Plant Sale. From 9:00 am to 4:00 pm both days, a Battalion cadet helped plant shoppers carry multiple plants or heavy plants to their vehicles. Participation in this event was a win-win for the Botanical Gardens as well…Details
Jamie Duplantis from PNC Bank volunteers weekly in the VPK classroom at Lakewood Park Elementary School. PNC Bank donated two books to each of the 40 VPK students for Christmas.