Students and staff at Dan McCarty School recently showed their support for Breast Cancer Awareness. Many chose to participate and wore something pink, and donations were also collected in designated containers.
The families and faculty members of Dan McCarty Middle School (DMMS), acknowledged the school’s soaring Eagles during the first quarter honor roll assemblies.
(Pictured with parents from top to bottom; Demetrius Jenkins, Mikayla Silain, Yemerson Melendez, Samuel Diaz, and Janyla King)
Six and seventh grade students at Dan McCarty School decided to show their support of the eighth grade students on their quest to pass the upcoming FCAT Writing 2.0 test, so they reached out to the administrative team for assistance. The students asked the administrative team to purchase mints and other goodies to pack and…Details
Dan McCarty students have shown their support of Breast Cancer Awareness in the month of October by wearing pink! Pictured are a group of students representing all grade levels showing their hope for finding a cure for the disease.
The top prize in the Group Website category went to Dan McCarty students, Tiferne Jean, Jr., Jesus Hurtado, and Hakeem Jean-Baptiste for their excellent interpretation of George Washington’s “Leadership and Legacy,” hence, this year’s National History Day (NHD) theme. NHD makes history come alive for students by engaging them in the discovery of the historical,…Details
The second annual District Project Citizen Showcase was held recently at Samuel S. Gaines Academy. Middle and K-8 schools presented their best projects developed by students in their seventh grade civics classes. The projects highlight a solution to a school or community public policy problem. The projects demonstrate extensive research, writing, collaboration, and application of civic…Details
United Way of St. Lucie County will be hosting our First Annual Day of Caring on September 29th! It’s a single-day service event like no other! Day of Caring brings together teams of volunteers to help non-profit organizations across St. Lucie County. Our volunteers will take to the streets, offices, playgrounds and schools of our…Details
United Way of St. Lucie County will be hosting its annual Day of Caring on October 12th. Last year over 400 volunteers completed 16 projects! United Way is currently recruiting volunteers. This year, registration will be online. There are two (2) different registration options: individual and team. Registration link can be found at: https://www.unitedwayslc.org/day-caring-2019. Volunteer (individual…Details
Daylight Savings Time ends at 2 AM on Sunday, November 4, 2018.
Don’t forget to fall back one hour!
This is a friendly reminder.
Daylight Savings Time ends Nov. 5th.
Set your clocks back one hour.