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Graduation rate continues to climb among YA
The number of young adults served by the local foster care system who graduate high school or receive their GEDs continued its upward climb during the last academic year. The 2016-2017 school year saw an increase in the overall number of students graduating high school from >>

Law bans overnight visitation in sober homes
The legislative session - and special session - are now over, and one by one bills intended to improve the lives of vulnerable children are being signed into law by Gov. Rick Scott. One of those bills, HB 329, filed and championed by Stuart Rep. Gayle Harrell, prohibits shared custody plans from requiring a child to visit a parent living in >>

Albert Wilson skills camp back for a second year - Children in foster care welcome
Albert Wilson - the bantam wide receiver from St. Lucie County who took college ball and then the NFL by storm - will be back home this summer with his Second Annual Albert Wilson Youth Skills Camp. The camp is scheduled from >>

Stuff the Bus or stuff your face – it’s all happening this summer
That last bell of the school year may signal long, lazy days of summer for children throughout the Treasure Coast. It may mean the end of tests and paperwork for teachers. And for parents, it may be a respite from the endless packing of paper-bag lunches. But for the United Way of St. Lucie County, Devereux Community Based Care and other nonprofit organizations everywhere, it means one thing: >>

Bring school supplies for free entry to Mets game
The School Supplies for Students campaign - a United Way-led community partnership recently renamed Tools for Schools - has provided school supplies to children in St. Lucie County for 20 years.  It is back for a 21st year, bringing with it a mix of new and familiar community events, including a free day at the Mets. >>

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