On October 19, during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, join with others to wear pink. Why Wear It Pink on October 19th? This is a day people come together in work places, schools, homes and communities to wear pink, raise money and show their support for breast cancer awareness. Snap a Wear It Pink photo and…Details
This year’s 34th Annual Business & Industry Awards, hosted by the Chamber of Commerce and MIDFLORIDA Credit Union, was an evening to celebrate businesses and organizations in St. Lucie County that positively contribute to the area’s economic well-being and quality of life. Nominees for the award were submitted to the Chamber and each was judged…Details
This year’s ECTAC Conference was abuzz with conversation as educators from across Florida celebrated and learned from other schools who are exceeding expectations. This conference provides the opportunity for schools that are striving for higher levels of achievement to collaborate in the sharing of best practices and ideas. (ECTAC provides technical assistance to a collaborative…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools has partnered with Healthy Schools – the nation’s largest school vaccine provider – to offer flu shots to your child during the school day. The copay is $0, so there is no cost to you. The CDC recommends a flu shot as your child’s number one defense against the flu. Our…Details
Help Buick donate up to $10,000 to Ft. Pierce Westwood High School! Drivers 21 and older are invited to take a 2 – 3 minute test drive on November 3rd at Fort Pierce Westwood High School. Buick will donate $10 for the first 100 test drives and $20 per test drive after the school hits…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools is committed to helping students reach their post-secondary and career aspirations. On October 18th, juniors, seniors, and parents are invited to attend the College Fair and take one step closer to achieving personal goals. This Fair is designed to assist students with college and career choices. Representatives from more than 70…Details
Palm Pointe’s Environmental Club participated in the “A Day in the Life of the Indian River Lagoon” program on October 4th along with approximately 1,800 students and teachers from over 30 schools, with the help of over 30 natural resource expert organizations, engaged in hands-on science exploration at over 32 sampling sites along the Indian…Details
Dan McCarty Middle School is stepping up their civics game this year! The local middle school was proud to welcome County Clerk Joseph Smith into the Eagles family for a visit to all seventh graders. It’s a state requirement for seventh graders to have a civic education, and Dan McCarty has found innovative ways of…Details
Andre Barnes, art teacher from Samuel S. Gaines Academy of Emerging Technologies, provides a closer look into his art pieces on display at the Susan Broom Kilmer Branch Library in Fort Pierce.
Watch School Report to find out what inspires him to draw and how he encourages others to explore their craft.
Fourth grade students in Ms. Mellion’s class at Mariposa Elementary showed that matter matters! They were given an opportunity in science to show the three states of matter as well as describe their particles. Students used shoe boxes to display and create their projects. Students also presented their projects to the class for everyone to…Details