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Law Day Art Contest

Sponsored by the Friends of the Rupert J. Smith Law Library, a Law Day Art Contest is being held that is open to all K-12 St. Lucie County public and private school students. Students are asked to submit posters, photographs, or videos about the theme of “Cornerstones of Democracy: Civics, Civility, and Collaboration”. Winning entries will be given prizes ranging in value from $50 to $200 with $1,000 awarded to the school with the most entries (minimum of 20 entries required). Click on the images below for prize details and official rules and guidelines. For more information about Law Day, … Read More

PBIS Dodgeball Game at FPWA

Panthers enjoyed a great staff vs. student dodgeball game as a PBIS incentive for this quarter! It was an exciting game and we are so proud of our students for meeting their goals!

CTE Month, February 2023

Thank you Career and Technical Education Teachers, Coolest Teachers Ever! CTE Month is observed to recognize the accomplishments of students and educators and highlight the collaboration among local leaders, businesses, and industry partners that contribute to the success of CTE programs across Florida.   Florida has nearly 800,000 K-12 CTE students – the highest in the state’s history – more than 380,000 postsecondary CTE students, and over 17,000 registered apprentices.

SLW Centennial Students Win Black History Month Essay Contest

Congratulations to our participants in the Judges of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida’s Annual Black History Month Youth Program Creative Arts and Essay Contest.  Centennial had 35 of the 59 submissions.  Congratulations to the following students for winning: Madison Brown:  2nd Place Michelle Beauvais:  Honorable Mention Milagros Ochagavia-Pis:  Honorable Mention Genevieve Donaus:  Honorable Mention Great Job Eagles!

Culinary Students Serve the Community at Port St. Lucie Citizen Summit

Culinary students from Port St. Lucie High School and Northport K8 made the community smile with their chef jackets and conversation.  The food was delicious and many came back for seconds of the ham pickle roll-ups, Key Lime cheesecake dip, banana bread, coconut rice crispy treats, Caprese skewers, and Port St. Lucie High’s signature wontons with ginger dipping sauce, and Caribbean shrimp with fruit salsa.

Lincoln Park Academy Greyhounds Win Big at SLC Fair

Mr. Mathison’s Adobe CAPE Academy put their photography skills to the test, with every student entering a picture into the St. Lucie County Fair’s Student Photography test. Students selected and framed all their own pictures. Each student earned a ribbon for their participation, but some stood out, including 16 first place, 13 second place and 9 third place ribbons. Students earning first and second earned prize money for their entries. Mr. Mathison can’t be more proud of their accomplishments!

FPWA Highwaymen Art on Display at SLPS District Office

A selection of Highwaymen reproductions by Fort Pierce Westwood Academy Drawing 2 students are now on display (and for sale) at the St. Lucie Public Schools District Office building. Stop by and see artworks from all over the district! We are so proud of these amazing artists! Justice Pinder Ariah Mijal Brianna Rodriguez Markice Bell Jason Oslanger Jaiden Nazario Estefani Hidalgo

Lawnwood Leopards Enjoy Guest Reader Day

Community Members were invited to participate in our Annual Suessical Week. Special guest readers read their favorite Dr. Suess book to grades K-5. It was another wonderful day at Lawnwood Elementary. GO LEOPARDS!

SLW Centennial NAVY JROTC Competes in Florida State Area 7 Drill Championships, Earns 3rd Place in Color Guard and 3rd Place in Armed Exhibition Drill!

The SLW Centennial High School’s NAVY JROTC “Black Talon” Company competed in the Florida State Area 7 Drill Championship hosted by Riverview High School’s NJORTC in Riverview, Florida. The competition took place on Saturday, March 4th, 2023. The “Black Talon” Competition Drill Team earned multiple awards and represented SLW Centennial impressively as they won the following accolades:   3rd Place Armed Exhibition Drill (Trophy)   3rd Place Color Guard (Trophy)   4th Place 100m Relay (Trophy)   4th Place Overall Athletics, 5th Place Team Push-Ups, 5th Place Team Sit-Ups   6th Place Personnel Inspection 6th Place Overall Drill 6th Place … Read More

SLW Centennial Culinary Students Win at ProStart Competition in Orlando

St. Lucie West Centennial culinary students competed at the 22nd annual State ProStart competitions in Orlando. Senior Dorian Green was recognized as SLW Centennial’s top Culinary Arts student. Senior Kameil Miller placed 4th in State in the Edible centerpiece competition. Honorable mention Management Team- Senior Antonio Kocen &  Junior Merlyn Lamb Honorable mention Culinary Team- Senior Dorian Green, and juniors Nathan Korb, and Isaac Vasconcelos with Team Manager Aidan Ramkissoon Congratulations Eagles on a job well done!

Greyhound Wrestlers Triumph at State

A huge congratulations to the three Greyhound wrestlers that competed at state this past weekend. All three brought home state medals!  Tenth grader Trenton Hogan took seventh place, and eighth grader Quisiera Wilson took fifth place.  Greyhound senior Kyle Grey took home first place and earned the title of State Champion.   Congratulations to the Greyhound students and coaches on a job well done!    

The Jaguar Battalion Remains Undefeated!

On Saturday, March 4th, the Port Saint Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion competed against 7 other schools in a Drill competition held at Seminole Ridge Community High School in Westlake, Florida. The events our Female and Male Teams competed in were Unarmed/Armed Squad, Unarmed/Armed Platoon, Color Guard, and Solo/Duo Exhibition drill. PSLHS placed 1st in both Female and Male Armed Squad, 1st in Female and Male Unarmed Platoon, 1st in Female and Male Armed Squad, 1st in Female Color Guard, 1st in Male Solo Exhibition, 1st in Female Dual Exhibition, and 2nd in Female and Male Unarmed Squad. The Jaguar … Read More

Lawnwood Parents Attended a Family Night

Parents received support as they learned how to use Skyward to access their child’s attendance information, grades, progress monitoring, reading and math scores, and so much more. A special thank you goes out to our School Counselors, Ms. Demontegnac and Mrs. Oge for coordinating and hosting our Skyward Family Night. GO LEOPARDS!

Allapattah Flats Ag Students Prepare for Fair 2023

After school is a busy time for Allapattah Flats’ middle school students in Mrs. Dru Thompson’s Agriscience class.  Students are raising cattle, swine (pigs), goats, and chickens to show at the St. Lucie County Fair.  Good luck Gators!

St. Lucie West Centennial Culinary Arts Hosts Junior Achievement

As part of Junior Achievement’s Global Entrepreneurship Week, St. Lucie West Centennial High School Culinary Arts students, along with Chef Chris Gedke and Chef Evan Fraum, hosted Mr. Kyle Greene of Kyle G’s restaurants.  Mr. Greene shared his entrepreneurship story and the hard work that goes into owning successful restaurants.  The students were professional, polite, and engaged.  After the presentation, one of the students shared the following thank you message for Mr. Greene- “Thank you for coming to our school. We learned a lot from the visit that will help us in the future. I learned that for entrepreneurship we need … Read More

Northport Culinary Students Make Treats

Culinary Arts students at Northport K-8 are following kitchen safety protocols by creating rice crispy treats.  Some chose to drizzle melted chocolate or add mini M&Ms while others formed shapes such as hearts and snowmen.  The delicious treats were sold at the Northport K-8 Winter Band Concert!

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