Students in Mrs. Nesbitt’s first grade class are learning about place value. Students are showing their understanding of tens and ones using pretzel rods and Cheerios. Pictured are Greg Robinson and Destiney Johnson.
The morning show crew at Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition does a great job each morning letting the students and staff know what is happening around campus. Each student on the crew has a specific job such as an anchor position, weather/special events/script, mixer/director, sound board, teleprompter, studio cameras, minidv/dvdplayer, and chyron graphics. The students do a great job with all the equipment and delivering the news to the school. Maurizio Apostolico is the teacher that teaches them how to use all the different equipment. Pictured, from left, back, are Marissa Abbott, Stephan Lepore, Charity Bell, Max the Puppet, Anthony Ceglio, Faith Twomley, Adriana Novoa and Juan Mejia. Front row, from left is, are Adrienne Rodney, Sophie Phillips, Shayna Caldwell, Bianca Kadison, Faris Qubain, Mr. Apostolico, Mackenzie Jeffrey and Spot the Dog.
Port Saint Lucie High School JROTC presented the colors for the Daughters of the
American Revolution annual meeting recently. Cadet Captain Devynn Rhodes led the Color Guard presenting the U.S. flag, cadet Staff Sergeant Andrea Harrell presented the state flag, and cadet Corporal Lily Durst and cadet Lieutenant
Colonel Amanda Mabry were the guards. Each of the students on the Color Guard were
asked to tell the Daughters of the American Revolution what their roles in
JROTC are and what their plans are after they graduate from high school. The Jaguar
Battalion cadets appreciated the opportunity and were honored to interact with the ladies of DAR. Pictured, from left, are Cadet Corporal Lily Durst, Cadet Captain
Devynn Rhodes, Cadet Staff Sergeant Andrea Harrell, and Cadet Lieutenant
Colonel Amanda Mabry.
Students in Shirley Helton’s fifth grade class at Fairlawn Elementary School are corresponding with U.S. military troops stationed in Afghanistan. They write letters and send treats to the troops to boost morale, and also enjoy receiving news from the soldiers. The troops have sent books, pictures and other artifacts from Afghanistan. The students enjoy their community efforts to help our soldiers abroad.