WLX Horizon is the school district’s TV channel that provides St. Lucie County with instructional television programming, school board meetings, along with what’s happening in our district, and local shows about our schools.
WLX Horizon can be streamed on-demand for free via the WLX Horizon app! WLX Horizon can also be found on Comcast channel 13 (Ft. Pierce), Comcast channel 19 (Port St. Lucie), Hometown channel 19, and AT&T TV Channel 99 (under St. Lucie County Community Channels) or check out the live feed.
Join us this week for new episodes of several shows, featuring Community Connection with Lorina Lee Beniamino & Sean Boyle with guest Sherry Seigfried(Client Services for the Treasure Coast Food Bank), Sak Pase with Joelle Saint-Dic and guest Dr. Judith Louis (Clinician at Florida Community Health Center), Que Pasa with Linda Tapia and guest Dr. Alejandro Miquel (Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at the Florida Community Health Center), Legal Affairs with Diamond Litty and guest Raul Maurice (Director of Development at Pur Health Wellness), and Club Cast with Marrissa Gleockler and guest Chief Del Toro (Board Member and Port St. Lucie Police Department).
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL!
We hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving with friends and family!
Hosted by Lorina Lee Beniamino & Sean Boyle
On this month’s episode of Community Connection, Lorina Lee Beniamino and Sean Boyle chat with Director Sherry Seigfried at Client Services for the Treasure Coast Food Bank. She shares about their program that provides direct support to families for enrollment in KidCare, food stamps or other programming. Plus, learn about the opportunities to donate or receive food leading up to the holiday season.
Hosted by Joelle Saint-Dic
On this month episode of Sak Pase, Joelle Saint-Dic speaks to Dr. Judith Louis, Clinician at Florida Community Health Center. They discuss information about health services available for homeless, migrant children and their parents. The FCHC Primary affordable care services are available to all residents in several counties. Stay tuned to Sak Pase St. Lucie for detailed information about the services that Florida Community Health Center has to offer to St. Lucie Public Schools Family, and about how parents can connect with low cost or no cost Health Care Services
“Rezime: Mwa sa, Sak Pase St. Lucie mete aksan sou sèvis de sante ki disponib pou fanmi nan St. Lucie. Joelle Saint-Dic fè entèvyou ak Dr. Judith Louis de Florida Community Health Center. Yo diskite sou benefis de sante ki disponib nan Florida Community Health Center pou fanmi ki patisipe nan pwogram Migrant ak pwogram Homeless la. Rete branche ak Sak Pase St. Lucie pou enfòmasyon detaye sou kijan w ka vini ou pasyan clinik sa e kijan ou kapab benefisye de sèvis de sante a ba pri oswa gratis.”
Hosted by Linda Tapia
On this month’s Que Pasa, Linda Tapia speaks to Dr. Alejandro Miquel. Dr. Miquel is the Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at the Florida Community Health Center (FCHC). They discuss information about health services available for homeless, migrant children and their parents. The FCHC Primary affordable care services are available to all residents in several counties. Stay tuned to ¿Que Pasa? St. Lucie to learn about resources available for homeless and migrant families. In addition to offering medical services, FCHC also provides backpacks and school supplies to migrant families in St. Lucie County, educates students about dental hygiene, provides enrollment for Medicare program services, as well as offering behavioral and chiropractic services.
“Resumen: Lo más destacado de este mes en ¿Qué Pasa? St. Lucie, Linda Tapia, Anfitrióna entrevista al Dr. Alejandro Miquel, Vicepresidente y Director Médico de Florida Community Health Center (FCHC), discute los servicios de salud disponibles, para los niños inmigrantes y sin hogar y sus padres. Los servicios de atención primaria asequible de FCHC están disponibles para todos los residentes de varios condados. Estén atentos a ¿Qué Pasa? St. Lucie, para conocer los recursos disponibles para familias inmigrantes y sin hogar. Uno de sus increíbles apoyos, además de los servicios médicos, es proporcionar mochilas y útiles escolares a familias inmigrantes en el condado de St. Lucie, así como educar a los estudiantes sobre higiene dental. FCHC también proporciona inscripción para servicios del programa Medicare, servicios conductuales y quiroprácticos.”
Hosted by Diamond Litty
In this November’s episode, Raul Maurice talks about his struggles from his past and how he was able to overcome them. He explains how he learned from his mistakes and turned a negative into something positive for the community. Raul Maurice’s experience helped him become the Director of Development at Pur Health Wellness. Maurice discusses how his program works and how to apply.
Boys and Girls Club: Club Cast
Hosted by Marrisa Gleockler
On this month’s episode from Club Cast, Marrisa and St. Lucie Chief Del Toro discuss the clubs’ safety initiatives, workforce readiness, and some exciting upcoming projects. Chief Del Toro even discusses what it’s like to work with the kids in the Boys and Girls Club in his community. He speaks about situations that real-life police officers face every day and how they are portrayed in many different people’s eyes. He expresses how different amounts of effort, no matter how big or small, can affect someone’s day or life in a positive or negative way.