United Way’s Largest Campaign Overall (Student and Employee Combined)

United Way of St. Lucie County’s Vice President of Development & Marketing, Monte Kosoff, announced at the April 8th School Board Meeting the winners of the largest campaign overall which included student and employee contributions. The winners are Morningside Elementary with a total of $2,785, Treasure Coast High School with a total of $2,420, West Gate K-8 with a total of $1,272, and Southern Oaks Middle School with a total of $1,172. Congratulations to all our schools. Pictured, from left, are WGK-8 Principal Robert Cranmer, TCHS Assistant Principal Henry Sanabria, Superintendent Genelle Yost (back row), SOMS campaign coordinator Brooke Martino, SOMS Principal Lisa Sullivan, School Board Chair Debbie Hawley, MSE Principal Cortina Bell Gray, Roxanne Wells and Monte Kosoff of United Way SLC.