The United Way of St. Lucie County presented awards for the 2012 campaign at the May 8, 2012, meeting of the St. Lucie County School Board for the campaign that netted over $55,700. The awards included: Highest Student Campaign, Elementary, Lakewood Park; K-8, Palm Pointe Educational Research School at Tradition; and High School, Tresure Coast High School. In the largest Employee Giving site, for Elementary, Morningside Elementary; Middle School, Southport Middle School; for K8 School, Northport K8 School; and for High School, Treasure Coast High School. In the Largest Campaign Overall, for Elementary, Lakewood Park Elementary; Middle School, Southport Middle School; K8 School, WestGate K8 School; and High School, Treasure Coast High School. Pictured, front row from left, Lakewood Park Elementary School principal Jennifer Avellino, Southport Middle School principal Lydia Martin, WestGate K8 School teacher and campaign coordinator Deborah Schremmer, and School Board Chairman Carol Hilson. Back row, from left, United Way executive director Karen Knapp, Lakewood Park Elementary teacher and campaign coordinator Harry Stuart, Lakewood Park Elementary assistant principal LaVonne Walker, Treasure Coast High School principal Denise Rodriguez, WestGate K8 principal Robert Cranmer, and Superintendent Michael Lannon.