Donald Delahaye, a senior student-athlete on PSLH’s football team made ESPN’s Top 10 plays last night on SportsCenter. This is just another example of the great students that we have had at our school over the last 26 years!
A kicker spun a football with his feet and nailed a field goal without having a holder:
Second graders from West Gate K-8 had a great day at the Brevard Zoo. Ms. Schumacher’s students got up close and personal with giraffes. They fed them and had their own personal trainer educate them about these wonderful creatures. The students spent the rest of the day exploring different habitats and the wonderful exhibits. Pictured left to right, Arianna Saitta, Jasmine Rivas, Tori Roe and Macy Ernst.
Students from the Varying Exceptionalities class at Forest Grove Middle School collected supplies for the military in Afghanistan with the help of Linda Doss and Doris Follweiller.
Bayshore Elementary, PBIS and Kids at Hope presented Beat the Teacher Night! Bayshore families and students played various academic games against the teachers. Second grade student Bianca Morais and her father Mark Morais played chess against second grade teacher Garth Gittin.
The Senior Class of St. Lucie West Centennial High School participated in an outreach project Saturday, November 1st. The service project was through Habitat for Humanity, which is a nonprofit based on the belief that every child, woman and man should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live.
The seniors woke up bright and early to get a head start on the project, which was a two bedroom, one bathroom house that needed to be gutted entirely. The students and their Senior Sponsors, Kerry Young and Carol Rondeau, took hammers and other tools to the drywall; they were assisted by a fellow Centennial teacher, Connie McCraw. After a lunch break and many trips to the dumpster, the house was gutted entirely and ready to be rebuilt. When the house is ready for a deserving family, the students and their sponsors will be able to go back and present the family with the key to their new home.