Stop the Bleed Training

Stop the Bleed Training

Stop The Bleed is a nationwide campaign to empower individuals to act quickly to save lives.  According the the Department of Homeland Security, it can take less than five minutes for someone to bleed out after an accident.  EMS and other forms of emergency rescue often take longer to arrive on the scene.  It is vital that everyone has the knowledge and the tools to stop bleeding before it is too late.  The Stop the Bleed Campaign is critical to saving lives in America.

The training is sponsored by Lawnwood Regional Medical Center and St. Lucie Public Schools.   Each participant completing the training will receive a Stop the Bleed kit for their school free of charge.   The targeted audience for the training is teachers, bus drivers, food service employees, security officials, and administrators.

The training is approximately 2 hours in length and participation is voluntary.
Registration is now available in Frontline for participants to register.  All scheduled trainings will be held at Lawnwood Regional Medical Center located at 1700 S 23rd Street in Fort Pierce.  If you have a special request for training  for your staff at your school location or for students in your medical academies,  please let me know and I will see if that can be accommodated.

 

Training Dates:

October 26, 2018 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m 1:00 p.m.–3:00p.m. Lawnwood Regional Medical Center
January  7, 2019 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. Lawnwood Regional Medical Center
January 23, 2019 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. Lawnwood Regional Medical Center
February 1, 2019 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. Lawnwood Regional Medical Center
April 3, 2019 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. Lawnwood Regional Medical Center
June 3, 2019 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. Lawnwood Regional Medical Center
June 4, 2019 12:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m. Lawnwood Regional Medical Center

 

30th Anniversary at PSLHS

30th Anniversary at PSLHS

On Friday October 12, 2018, the Port St. Lucie High School Jaguars had their homecoming game against the Pompano Beach High School Golden Tornados. It was the 30th Anniversary of our school, and alumni came back to support and watch the game. Our homecoming game is the most popular football game of the season, so we had more cadets work this event.  Cadet Captain Hunter Payne oversaw visitor parking. For the home parking lot, the team of Cadet Captain David Alvarez, Cadet 2nd Lieutenant Justin Locklar, and Cadet 1st Sergeant Elyas Cardenas took charge. Lastly, manning the front gate was Cadet Captain Jonathan Nunez.

Presenting the colors was our color guard commanded by Cadet Captain Brianna Harris, accompanied by Cadet Sergeant Major Jonathan Geronimo as state flag bearer and Cadet Sergeant Lawrence Moleon- Mathews, and Cadet Sergeant Major Victoria Diaz as guards. The Cadets on the Saber Guard presenting the homecoming court were Cadet Captain Brianna Harris, accompanied by Cadet Command Sergeant Major Victoria Diaz, Cadet Sergeant First Class Lawrence Moleon- Mathews, Cadet First Sergeant Andre Hannon, Cadet Command Sergeant Major Jonathan Geronimo, and Cadet 2nd Lieutenant Justin Locklar.  

PSLHS Army JROTC Jaguar Battalion’s Raiders Conquer Jupiter High

PSLHS Army JROTC Jaguar Battalion’s Raiders Conquer Jupiter High

On Saturday, October 13, 2018, Port St. Lucie High School Army JROTC Jaguar Battalion’s Raider Team attended the Jupiter High School Raider meet. Our male and female teams competed in each of five different obstacles: Sand Bag Carry, Rope Bridge, Cross Country Rescue, Team Run, and Tire Flip. In Sand Bag Carry, our first male team ranked 4th, our second male team ranked 9th, and our female team ranked in 3rd. In Rope Bridge, our first male team ranked 4th, our second male team ranked 6th, and our female team ranked 3rd. In Cross- Country Rescue, our first male team ranked 1st, our second male team ranked 3rd, and our female team ranked 3rd. In the Team Run, our first male team ranked 1st, our second male team ranked 5th, and our female team ranked 1st. Lastly, in the Tire Flip event, our first male team ranked 2nd, our second male team ranked 7th, and our female team ranked 3rd.  Overall, the Battalion’s first male team had twelve points and ranked 1st place. The second male team accumulated 30 points and ranked in 6th place. And the female team totaled 13 points and ranked in 3rd place.  The lowest score wins.