The Port Saint Lucie High School Jaguar Raider Team recently travelled to camp Ah-Ba-Lu-Fa, to apply their survival skills. Cadets must complete three objectives to effectively survive throughout the night: build a shelter, make a fire and construct a trap/snare. Cadets were split into groups of three or four per group. Each group would have to make one group shelter that would be able to properly shelter them through the night. Cadets would also demonstrate fire craft by making a sustainable fire, with one match. Lastly, each group would need to construct a trap/snare that could provide food for the group. Each group demonstrated mastery of their survival skills and graduated survival training the following morning. Great Job Raiders! Pictured is the Jaguar Raider Team. Photo by Booster parent Tammy Lynn.
The Performing Arts Department of Southport Middle School recently presented four shows of the Broadway Junior musical, Disney’s “Alice in Wonderland, Jr.” Adapted from Lewis Carroll’s “The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland,” and “Through the Looking Glass,” the story follows Alice as she journeys through the White Rabbit’s hole into a fantasy dream world with many unique characters and exciting adventures. With stunning costumes, beautiful artwork, props, songs, dances, and “Mad-hatter” action, the cast and crew of 89 students rehearsed for weeks to prepare. Many thanks to the volunteer crew of administrators, teachers, parents and high school students from Lincoln Park Academy and Port St. Lucie High School who made the show possible. Pictured here are all the students who participated in the production.
The Northport K-8 School choral performance held recently in the school courtyard under the moon and stars was a glorious night of engaged students, parents, families and staff enjoying the annual “Winter Concert!” The event was kicked off by the middle grades students singing a stirring rendition of “America the Beautiful.” The students, led by Choral Director James Kirk, then performed a variety of mixed arrangements, interspersing traditional Christmas carols with more contemporary arrangements. Students from both choral groups, as well as the small quartets were outstanding. Elementary students performed like champs, with Christmas jokes told by students mixed with jazzy, lively music. Students ended the evening on a high note by performing the Cha Cha Slide with school administration, parents and Mr. Kirk. Musical students in both the band and the chorus at Northport are encouraged to reach for the stars and high achievement is an integral facet of the musical experience at the school. Some of the songs performed were “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” “Jesus Now Is Born,” “Snow Angel,” “All I Want For Christmas is You,” and “Hot Chocolate!” The Northport Band Winter Concert, under the direction of Brian Hoce, will take place on December 18 at 7:00 pm at Port St. Lucie High School and is open to the public. Pictured are the students performing under the guidance of James Kirk.