National Principals Month is your opportunity to say “thank you” to principals everywhere and to share with the community all the great things that principals do.
The custodial staff at Lakewood Park Elementary were treated to a lunch and dessert for all of their hard work. Not only do they care for the school on a daily basis, but they also supported the school and residents when the school was used as a shelter for Hurricane Irma. Thank you for all…Details
The Dads of White City Elementary enjoyed spending time on campus. Our Dads ate breakfast, watched the morning show and learned about the grade level expectations. It was a magnificent morning well spent with the Dads of White City Elementary.
Start rounding up your friends, and save the date for this year’s Facilities and Maintenance Golf Tournament. Funds raised support the Summer Youth Internship Program. This is the 10th Annual Event and it promises to be a grand event with 7:30 registration and an 8:30 shotgun start. Saturday, November, 4, 2017 Gator Trace Golf and…Details
Forest Grove Middle School gives special thanks to their custodial team for all of their hard work to keep our campus in tip-top shape! Weatherbee Elementary sends a BIG THANK YOU to their Plant Manager Mrs. Pat Reynolds and to their team of custodians: Mr. Luis, Mr. Sergio, and Mr. Willie, for keeping Weatherbee shipshape!…Details
Hispanic Heritage Month, whose roots go back to 1968, begins each year on September 15, the anniversary of independence of five Latin American countries: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. Mexico, Chile and Belize also celebrate their independence days during this period and Columbus Day (Día de la Raza) is October 12. The…Details
Don’t miss the 3rd Annual Lights On Afterschool Event. This year’s north county event will take place at the PAL Center on October 12.
Make plans to celebrate the national movement which spotlights afterschool programs. Plan to bring the whole family — it’s FREE!
The Indian River Lagoon Science Festival returns for the fourth annual event. Each year since 2014, the Indian River Lagoon Science Festival has given Festival-goers the opportunity to explore the wonders of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) through hands-on, minds-on activities. The Festival will return to the Treasure Coast on Saturday, October 14, 2017…Details
Mariposa’s reading night at Barnes and Noble was a huge success. Mrs. Brie Lamb read Tacky the Penguin to the students and Mr. R. Craig Logue also read a story. Anthony and Angel Castro are seen decorating and enjoying their cookies while Joandre Sanchez and Leonel Ineus shopped with their parents. We will have our…Details