Lawnwood’s SRO Azeredo and the St. Lucie Sheriff’s Department donated uniforms to the students of Lawnwood Elementary. Thank you for this great donation!
During the first weekend of October, Lincoln Park Academy produced the musical James and the Giant Peach! This production was a resounding success, attracting audience members of all ages. This fun filled production is full of magic, family and songs that make you want to sing along. The students involved performed with such heart and…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools engaged the entire family in learning at the KidMania event on Sunday, October 20th. Families learned how to help their child improve their reading through a variety of activities.
Kindergarten parents learned about the kindergarten standards, classroom procedures, and at-home reading strategies.
Forest Grove Middle School students and staff recently raised $800 for Bahamas Relief. Furthermore, the students donated over 550 items to be transported to the Bahamas via Missionary Flights International. Pictured here accepting the check are Ray Oostdyk, Kay Hall, Emma Espinal and Principal Dr. Arthur Jamison. The schoolwide fundraiser was organized by seventh grader…Details
TCHS AFJROTC spent a recent afternoon removing the stars from properly and ceremoniously retired American Flags. Blue Star Moms are mothers of US Service members who undertake this annual project to support and encourage service members, especially those overseas. The stars are packaged with a note of support and sent to military members to provide…Details
Students in the Aerospace Technologies Academy at Fort Pierce Central High School gained knowledge from experts in the Aerospace career pathways. Speakers included Paul Cejas, Deputy Chief Engineer for Autonomous Systems from Boeing; and representing Aeronyde was Alexander “Sasha” Biloos, Chief Technology Officer.
Community members attended PBPA’s first Community Connection Luncheon on Oct. 8th. Students were able to hear success stories and interact with different community members. They were also able to learn about some interests that our community members have and how those interests helped them experience success in their careers.
Students from Mr. Rios’ Criminal Justice classes participated in a mock crime scene investigation. The demonstration was set up by the Port St. Lucie Police Department’s Crime Scene Investigation Team. Students observed the process from securing the scene to the physical collection of evidence. This mock investigation provided hands-on opportunities for all of the students.
On Saturday October 5, 2019, the Port St. Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion hosted a practice Raider meet. This meet is a warm-up for the upcoming Raider season. The teams got the chance to work together efficiently and effectively while also seeing how well each teammate performed under pressure. The competition consisted of different…Details