SPC student helped Exceptional Student Education students showcase their work at a Pinellas County School Board ArtsXChange Gallery show.
Special Olympics Region VI Games were held at Lakewood High School on Saturday, March 4 with volunteers from the SPC Student Club — Council for Exceptional Children.
Two St. Petersburg College alumni made the top 10 finalist list for the 2016-17 Pinellas County Outstanding Educator of the Year award. Chosen from 120 nominees, the winner will be announced at the annual Evening of Excellence on Jan. 31, 2017 at St. Petersburg’s Mahaffey Theatre.
College of Education students from the St. Petersburg College Midtown Center recently volunteered at Creative Clay, an area art center for adults with disabilities.
When the school bell rings for the first day of classes at Tinker K-8 School in Tampa, it will be the start of a new teaching career for special education teacher Kelly Connolly. A recent graduate of SPC’s College of Education, she credits her successful career transition to St. Petersburg College. St. Petersburg College’s state-approved … Continue reading SPC graduate starts new teaching career at age 39