Holocaust survivor Peter Feigl spoke to the sophomore class at Fort Pierce Central High recently about his experiences as a child during World War II. Mr. Feigl, 83, described the unfortunate events he experienced to an audience of over 700 students and staff in the school auditorium, and spoke about how more than once people put their lives in danger in order to protect him. After sharing his emotional journey, Mr. Feigl answered questions and greeted students, who presented Mr. Feigl with a certificate and a gift. “It is very rare to meet someone that is as tenacious as Mr. Feigl,” one student remarked.
C.A. Moore students celebrated their parents and guardians at Kids at Hope Night. The students presented their parents with Very Important Parent certificates and wrote letters explaining why they loved them. It was obvious the letters came right from the heart! Said one student, ” I love you because you brought me into this world. You are my mom and my dad. You are the only ones I have in this world. You work hard to give me what I need. You will always be in my heart no matter what. I love you very, very much. God bless you for what you do for me.” Pictured with the students and parents is third grade teacher Kanika Williams.