Students in Caryol-Lynn Hallahan’s second grade class at Windmill Point Elementary participated in the National Society DAR Junior American Citizens contest. This year’s theme was “Invest in America’s Future.” The students were able to create a poster or write a short story depicting the theme. The local Cora Stockney Harper Chapter submitted two entries for…Details
Students in Mrs. Kasey Ascani’s second grade class at Frances K. Sweet had a visitor from UF USDA lab. Sean Reif, parent of Arianne Reif, came in to do a presentation about plants and afterwards the class enjoyed some of the delicious fruit that grows on them. Pictured from left to right: Sean Reif, Jeffery…Details
Students participated in a Unified Track Meet at Lawnwood Stadium in Fort Pierce on Thursday to compete in track and field events including the 4×100 meter relay, 4×400 meter relay, 100 meter dash, and softball toss.
Students and staff had a wonderful day together. Enjoy the photos of various events by clicking here:
With the support of Special Olympics Coordinators from local high schools, St. Lucie Public Schools hosted its first Unified Track and Field Meet on Wednesday, March 8th at Lawnwood Stadium in Fort Pierce. The Meet started out as a practice run, but it soon turned into a full-fledged event that engaged all participants in a spirited…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools received the St. Lucie Education Impact Award at the annual United Way Spirit Awards Breakfast. Each year, the School District supports the United Way in the areas of health, education, and financial independence.
Distinguished members of the United Way of St. Lucie County were present at the St. Lucie School Board Meeting to honor schools for this year’s giving campaign. Campaign Chair Andrew Treadwell recognized the following schools for their outstanding contributions: Forest Grove Middle School – Largest Employee Giving and the Largest Campaign Overall West Gate K-8…Details
United Way of St. Lucie County will be hosting a Back to School event for all St. Lucie County teachers August 5th – 8th and Saturday, August 10th. Last year, United Way transformed their School Supplies for Students program into Tools for Schools St. Lucie, a free teacher resource center where teachers can directly shop…Details
At the School Board Meeting on April 8, 2014 Monte Kosoff and Roxanne Wells of the United Way of St. Lucie County presented awards to the schools with the highest student campaigns. Morningside Elementary students collected $1,092, Palm Pointe Educational Research School $832, Treasure Coast High School $500, and Southern Oaks Middle $450. Pictured are…Details
The United Way of St. Lucie County presented awards for the 2012 campaign at the May 8, 2012, meeting of the St. Lucie County School Board for the campaign that netted over $55,700. The awards included: Highest Student Campaign, Elementary, Lakewood Park; K-8, Palm Pointe Educational Research School at Tradition; and High School, Tresure Coast High…Details
“United Way of St. Lucie County is working to advance the common good by focusing on education, income, and health. These are the building blocks for a good life — a quality education that leads to a stable job, enough income to support a family through retirement, and good health. Our goal is to create…Details