Dale Cassens Educational Complex celebrated National Kids at Hope Day by creating a tunnel of hope made of various community members from Ft. Pierce and Port St. Lucie. These special caring adults cheered students on and held signs reading “You can Succeed,” as they as they arrived to school on November 25th. The students then…Details
Kids at Hope embodies the ideal that All Children Are Capable of Success — No Exceptions! As a Kids at Hope Community, schools throughout the county have the support of numerous community groups and organizations to welcome students back to school with a Tunnel of Hope. The tunnel symbolizes the affirmation and inspiration for students’…Details
The Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Year and 2017 FPWHS graduate Aleshia Johnson shared her positive experiences in school and with the Boys and Girls Clubs at a recent realtors meeting. Aleshia gave credit to her teachers and mentors for support and inspiration along her admirable academic journey. In turn, she has and…Details
Kimberly Albritton was recently notified by the Universal Public Procurement Certification Council (UPPCC) that she has earned the Certified Professional Public Buyer (CPPB) credential. Albritton, St. Lucie Public Schools coordinator for business services, was among 82 professionals who successfully completed the CPPB examination. Initially established in 1979 as the Professional Public Buyer (PPB) certificate…Details
Disney’s Aladdin Jr. is coming to town in April. Get your tickets now!
The Air, Sea, Land Challenge at Treasure Coast High School was an outstanding opportunity for students to exercise their technology skills and demonstrate their robotics ingenuity. Special thanks to Ian Cotner of AT&T who joined Thom Jones of the Education Foundation in sponsoring the drone program at the exhibition.
Don’t miss the AIR – SEA – LAND CHALLENGE robotics event at Treasure Coast High School’s campus on Saturday, April 7th. 10 AM – 3 PM Watch as Titan robotic challenges ensue through obstacle courses and against time. The event features a special middle school drone contest whereby the navigational prowess of young pilots will…Details
AICE Photography student, Sarah Lennig at Treasure Coast High School, scored the highest score in the NATION on her completion of AICE Art and Design for the 2015-2016 school year.
Today was Pirate Day at Rivers Edge! The Kindergarten students and teachers dressed up like pirates to make learning about maps and globes fully engaging. Activities included pirate stories, lessons about map keys and the compass rose, writing about pirates and of course a treasure hunt-using those newly acquired map skills! It was aaarrrggggghhh great…Details
Technological and economic factors have changed the way people around the world perceive the importance of agriculture. Agritechnology is the teaching of agricultural sciences, natural resources, land management, and the 21st Century tools and technologies used in the field. The curriculum includes horticulture, livestock management, agricultural science, and more. It is taught through hands-on experiences…Details