PALM BEACH COUNTY SCHOOLS
Several DECA students qualified for the 2017 International Career Development Conference scheduled for Monday in Anaheim, California: Alexia Simoes, Sophia Haroutunian and Anna McLean, Financial Literacy Promotion Plan; George Kaplanidis and Carmine Ramazio, International Business Plan; and Jordan Alexander, Personal Financial Literacy.
Matthew Webber is the new president of Florida DECA.
PALM BEACH GARDENS ELEMENTARY
The annual Silent Auction and Carnival will take place 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Proceeds benefit students, teachers and fine arts programs. To make a donation, email PBGEPTA1@gmail.com.
WATSON B. DUNCAN MIDDLE
The Spring Arts Festival takes place 6 to 7 p.m. April 27 in the courtyard and cafeteria of the school, 5150 117th Court North, Palm Beach Gardens.
The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County is offering need-based scholarships through the Sharyn and Stuart Frankel College and Post Graduate Academic Scholarship Fund. Students are eligible for up to $2,500 per academic year. The deadline to apply is May 7. A complete list of eligibility requirements and applications are available online at www.jtipalmbeach.org/camp/frankel.
Students in the St. Lucie Public Schools’ Exceptional Student Education program will be selling coffee and pastries 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. every Tuesday in the County Administration Building, 2300 Virginia Ave., Fort Pierce. The student-run enterprise, Student Perks, welcomes customers from the general public. The student entrepreneurs are partnering with the Port St. Lucie High Culinary Arts Class for the pastries.