TCHS AFJROTC Participates in Multiple Events on Veterans Day Weekend

TCHS AFJROTC Participates in Multiple Events on Veterans Day Weekend

Treasure Coast High School, AFJROTC Unit FL-20081 conducted several events in celebration and remembrance of our fallen military members on Veterans Day. With two Color Guards being performed consecutively in addition to the Veterans Day Ceremony held at Veteran Memorial Park, many cadets dedicated their time to honoring veterans. Furthermore, all events were attended by a plethora of veterans from every military branch, with every cadet earnestly learning about the unique experiences each veteran had to tell. A few of our most physically fit cadets participated in a 4-mile ruck march in support and recognition of  the issues of PTSD among the veteran community, with each delivering a backpack full of canned foods to support veterans in need at the conclusion of their march.

 

Morningside Honors Veterans

Morningside Honors Veterans

Morningside Elementary school students and teachers honored Veteran families by holding an assembly.  Students from all grades greeted the Veteran guests as they entered the school building and the students in the Gifted Program created skits, read poems and sang songs to honor the individuals who have served or are currently serving in the Armed forces.  Veteran guests appreciated the recognition and enjoyed the assembly.

Forest Grove Students use Geometry Skills for Clean Water

Forest Grove Students use Geometry Skills for Clean Water

The Forest Grove Middle School Honors Geometry classes learned how triangles and their points of concurrency assist in solving one of the most important problems in the world – supplying rural communities with clean water!  Students studied areas of the earth in need of clean water and the traditional ways of bringing clean water to these areas. They then studied points of concurrency and used those points to determine optimal locations for places to dig wells or provide point source filtration.  Pictured are Colin Lawrence and Sydnee Rubenstein (left to right) sharing their discoveries about Kenya, Africa.

Bring Interactivity To Your Canvas Modules!

Bring Interactivity To Your Canvas Modules!

Do you currently use Canvas in your classroom?  Do you want to learn how to add interactivity to your modules to increase engagement?  If so, you can learn more with this online learning opportunity, Adding Interactivity to your Canvas Courses.  Sign up now in Frontline.  Contact Julia Hilburn at Julia.Hilburn@stlucieschools.org with any questions.

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Mariposa Elementary Partners with Fort Pierce Westwood Academy

Mariposa Elementary Partners with Fort Pierce Westwood Academy

Third grade students at Mariposa Elementary worked in partnership with the Fort Pierce Westwood Academy students.  Collin Heatherington, Devin Gorzong, Wendy Zepadta, Zhanè B, Allison Kholer, Lena Shingledecker, Julia Haney, Samantha Watson, Clovis Wilson, and Nayeli Fernandez built four raised garden beds for their fellow Mariposa Monarchs.  Students across the campus will participate in the care of the gardening beds. Many farm to table activities will be conducted which directly connect to the ELA, math, science and social studies standards. Audrey Barr, Gabriel Barahona, Antonio Thomas, Sylas Rodriguez, Jocelyn Erwin, David Espinosa, Alejandro Alvarez-Aldana, Daniella Post, Drayden Walls, and Ayva Bonacchi are very excited to begin planting. Stay tuned for future updates and of course snacks!!