Sebastian Suarez was joined by his family and administrators from Lincoln Park Academy as Superintendent E. Wayne Gent and School Board Members recognized him for earning his the Congressional Award Gold Medal. Established into law in 1979, the Congressional Award was created to honor, encourage, and inspire America’s youth. To earn the Gold Medal, Suarez,…Details
The sixth annual Giving Concert is planned for October 25th at Lincoln Park Academy in the auditorium located at 1806 Avenue I in Fort Pierce. The doors open to the general public at 6:30 p.m. and the concert boasting area choral groups begins at 7:00 p.m. The event, sponsored by St. Lucie Public Schools and…Details
“Principal Baruti Kafele, my name is Tyler, and it’s important that you know my name.” These were the words of a Palm Pointe middle school student who echoed the heart of the guest speaker’s message to students while shaking hands with the larger-than-life Kafele. According to on-looker Principal Kathy Perez, the 12-year-old heeded the powerful…Details
Third graders in Ms. Davis’ class at F.K. Sweet received a special lunch from Wendy’s for completing all of their homework for the month! Great job third graders!
Marching Band Showcase
(Middle and High School Marching Bands)
October 14, 2017
Fun, Food, and Games
Plan to attend the Hispanic Heritage Festival Fundraiser on Saturday, November 18th!
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Please help us welcome our 2017/2018 5th Grade “Gator Patrol!”
These 5th graders have exhibited all the attributes of being Respectful, Responsible, and Safe!
St. Lucie Public Schools Principals D’Jion Jackson and Lori Reid will represent the District leadership in this year’s 2017 Dr. Brian Dassler Leadership Academy (formerly Commissioner’s Leadership Academy). As part of the elite team of academic leaders from across the state, this duo will participate in a year-long, job-embedded and research-based program for principal professional…Details
On Monday October 9th, the Port St. Lucie High School Jaguars went up against the Space Coast Vipers.
To kick off the game, the Jaguar Color Guard presented the Colors with Damilola Jolugan and Joleen Kalonaski serving as flag bearers and Hayley Pollard and Marco Narder serving as guards.
On Tuesday, October 4, The National Theatre for Children came to our school and performed for our K-2 students. They performed an energy show sponsored by FPL titled Captain Wattage. Captain Wattage solved the mystery about who was stealing energy. (It was Vivica Voltage!) The boys and girls (and teachers) loved it!