Star Awards

Star Awards

St. Lucie Public Schools staff members were celebrated at the February School Board Meeting for demonstrating exemplary customer service.

Ana Fernandez (St. Lucie Elementary, Reception)

Steve Devlin (WLX-TV, St. Lucie Public Schools Education Channel)

Jaeda Williams (WLX-TV, St. Lucie Public Schools Education Channel)

Stephen Tipton (WLX-TV, St. Lucie Public Schools Education Channel)

Craig Jerome (WLX-TV, St. Lucie Public Schools Education Channel)

Mitch Miller (Transportation, Driver for Community Parade Events)

Dorothy Barron (Transportation, Driver)

Mona Webb (Transportation, Bus Aid and Worksite Leader)

James LeBon (West Gate K-8, Band Master and Volunteer for High School Band Programs)

Dorothy Barron                                                                               Mona Webb

 

 

 

 

Port St. Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion Black History Month Color Guard

Port St. Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion Black History Month Color Guard

 

From left to right: C/SSG Marco Nader, C/SFC De’vonte Cousar, C/CSM Damilola Joloagun, and C/MAJ Dalla Reyes
Picture by: Sarai Narvaez

Black History Month Color Guard

By: Sarai Narvaez

The Port Saint Lucie High School JROTC cadets were excited to present the colors and be part of the Black History month program at Port Saint Lucie High School. Cadet Sergeant First Class De’vonte Cousar led the Color Guard presenting the national flag, Cadet Commander Sergeant Major Damilola Joloagun presented the state flag, and standing as the guards were Cadet Major Dallas Reyes and Cadet Staff Sergeant Marco Nader. The Color Guard marched in honor to recognize the central role of Black Americans in U.S. history. Soon after the ceremony was followed by a presentation and a guest speaker, Michael Hill. We look forward to doing a Color Guard for the event again next year.

Bayshore’s Odyssey of the Mind Team Places Second

Bayshore’s Odyssey of the Mind Team Places Second

Bayshore Elementary’s Odyssey of the Mind Team competed on Saturday, February 25, and received 2nd place!

The team created a humorous story about a family that brings home an “Odd-a-Bot.” Instead of being programmed to perform tasks, this Odd-a-Bot robot learned from watching others. The team designed an original robot character that demonstrated human characteristics when performing tasks. In the performance, the Odd-a-Bot character moved and learned human actions from watching characters perform activities such as household chores, singing, and dancing. The Odd-a-Bot learned more than it was expected to learn, and confused its actions with humorous results. The team was coached by fifth grade teachers Megan Krinsky and Heather Cruz, and the team included 5th grade students Isabella, Rachel, Adrianna, Juliana, Samantha, Benny, and Lukas.

Congratulations to Bayshore’s Odyssey of the Mind Team!