Cadets from the SLW Centennial NAVY JRTOC proudly participated in the St. Lucie County Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade as part of the 35th Anniversary Commemorative Celebration. The theme this year was “A Legacy of Justice, Peace, and Equality.”
On Friday, January 18, 2019, Port St. Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion’s Army JROTC Drill Team attended the Santaluces Community High School Army JROTC drill meet in Lantana, FL. Cadets competed in male and female squads and color guard. Out of eight schools, Port St. Lucie ranked in first place overall. The Jaguars’ female unarmed squad commanded by Cadet Major Joleen Kalinowski placed first, the female armed squad commanded by Cadet Captain Alexis Morris placed third, and the female color guard commanded by Cadet Captain Brianna Harris placed third as well. The team’s male unarmed squad commanded by Cadet Captain Jonathan Nunez placed third, and the male Color guard commanded by Cadet Sergeant first class placed first.
This article was written by Cadet Captain Alexis Morris and photography was taken by Cadet 1st Lieutenant Lila Meade.
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