Help support Healthy St. Lucie Coalition, a project focused on promoting health where we live, learn, work, and play. The 2018 Billion Step Challenge is open to anyone who lives in the County. Think about linking a wearable activity tracker device to your “Walker Tracker” account. If you are interested in participating as an individual…Details
In an awards ceremony at Indian River State College, 44 8th/9th graders were awarded life-changing 4-year scholarships through the Take Stock In Children Program. The Program, funded through the IRSC Foundation in cooperation with generous supporters, is dedicated to helping at-risk youth. Front L-R: Assistant to the Superintendent Dr. Kevin G. Perry, Karla Castro, Jeremaih…Details
Take steps to keep yourself and others healthy by following some everyday actions: Stay home when you are sick. If possible, stay home from work, school, and errands when you are sick. You will help prevent others from catching your illness. Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or…Details
Summer band rehearsals are vital to a productive marching band season. Fort Pierce Westwood High School is in tune with all high schools in St. Lucie Public Schools as they prepare before the start of school.
Klutch from the St. Lucie Mets visited the County Office to say hello to fans at a recent luncheon hosted by the Instructional Technology team. A positive time was had by all as the event was a home run in the eyes of participants.
This Friday, the Mets and the Chamber of Commerce invite you to enjoy a fun-filled evening at First Data Field. Enjoy interacting with local organizations and merchants at the vendor expo, cheering with baseball fans, and being wowed by fireworks. (See flyer for details.)
Don’t miss an opportunity on February 22nd to learn about and gather resources for career opportunities within the community. Speak with career counselors about adult and vocational programs as well as options for personal career planning. This is a FREE event at Lawnwood Elementary School on Thursday, February 22nd from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm.…Details
Career and Technical Education offers a complete range of career options for all students, helping them to discover their interests and the educational pathways that lead to success. These programs offer students the opportunity to achieve industry-recognized certifications, work-based learning experiences, and articulated college credits. CTE helps students gain the technical skills, rigorous academic foundation,…Details
The Florida Department of Education selected TCHS Principal Susan Seal to serve on the Level 2 School Principal Performance Assessment Task Development Team. The purpose of this team is to develop performance tasks aligned to the competencies and skills finalized as part of the Level 2 School Principal Performance Assessment development process. Congratulations, Ms. Seal…Details
The Florida Music Education Association (FMEA) Awards Committee presented Principal Susan Seal of Treasure Coast High School (TCHS) with the 2018 FMEA Secondary Administrator of the Year Award on January 12 during the FMEA Professional Development Clinic/Conference at the Tampa Bay Convention Center. The FMEA Awards and Recognition Program is one of the more visible…Details