Award Luncheon: Criminal Justice Senior Completers

Award Luncheon: Criminal Justice Senior Completers

Criminal Justice seniors from St. Lucie Public Schools were afforded the opportunity to be recognized by President Leslie Kristof of Keiser University, Port St. Lucie Police Department’s Assistant Chief Richard DelToro, St. Lucie Public Schools Board Members, Deputy Superintendent Dr. Jon Prince, and Chief Academic Officer Dr. Helen Wild.  This event was held at Keiser University to recognize graduating seniors for earning industry certifications, completing three Criminal Justice courses, and participating in Career and Technical student organizations.

Chef Gedke and her students from St. Lucie West Centennial High School catered the event!

 

 

Companies Compete for Victory at 2019 Annual Field Day!

Companies Compete for Victory at 2019 Annual Field Day!

On Saturday May 4, 2019, Port St. Lucie High School Army JROTC Jaguar Battalion held its annual Field Day for the school year 2018- 2019. Each Company competed in several athletic events including: relay race, Jag Ball, soccer, capture the guide-on, kickball and dodge ball. Cadets were excited to show their skills against the other Companies in friendly team games. Everyone kept the games fair but competitive. After all the games, the Booster Club provided participants with a big barbecue lunch. In the end, Alpha Company came out on top with 44 points, Delta came in second, Charlie came in third, and Bravo came in fourth.

The article and photography were produced by Cadet Major Alexis Morris. 

SLWK-8 FSA Pep Rally

SLWK-8 FSA Pep Rally

SLWK-8 students in grades 3-8 were treated to a Pep Rally for FSA on Tuesday, April 30th. The administration was assisted by the drumline from Centennial High School, as well as some of their basketball players. Students participated in fun games such as:

Shooting Hoops
Hula Hoop Relay
Cup Stacking
Centipede Relay
Dance Off

Garden to Table

Garden to Table

Fifth graders at Village Green Environmental Studies School were thrilled to learn about and enjoy eating food grown from their very own vegetable gardens! Students at the school grew “yummy” cabbages and “delicious” sweet potatoes.