Congratulations to the new Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) who earned their certification from the Florida Department of Nursing this week at Port St. Lucie High School. 90% of students in Mrs. Cebelak’s CNA program are now able to begin their career path as CNAs and support our community!
The students in Mr. Devon Hagan’s chorus, along with the help of Mr. Jhanez Card, put on an outstanding Winter Musical! The solos were terrific, the song selection was festive, and the heart-warming audience sing-a-long was super fun!
Lincoln Park Academy Orchestras presented a Winter Wonderland Concert on December 13 in the LPA Auditorium. Featured orchestras were the 6th-grade Prelude Orchestra, the 7th and 8th-grade grade Allegro Orchestra, Exploring Music Orchestra, and the High School Combined Orchestras. This Winter Wonderland Concert featured holiday favorites such as Let it Snow, The Nutcracker Suite, Hannukah Habanera, and Dreidel. Soloists featured included this year’s Florida Orchestra Association Concert Orchestra violinist Giselle Arana Cisneros, Daniel Dawkins on piano, and a Carol of the Bells duet performed by middle school violinists Grace Joseph and Astrid Tamariz Salazar. Prelude Orchestra, 6th Grade
Mr. Madden and his theatre students worked so hard this semester with Morningside Elementary students to prepare for their musical theater showcase. The house was packed and everyone thoroughly enjoyed the talent! The Port St. Lucie High School students were well prepared and handled themselves like professionals as they hosted the show. It’s exciting to see the next generation of talent on the rise. #futurejaguars
Cadets from the Westwood Academy Army JROTC program participated in a Holiday Community Service Project with Peppermint Patti’s Academy & Daycare in Fort Pierce. Our Cadets began preparing for this event three weeks in advance by bringing in new toys and wrapping them. We gave 85 new toys to the children of the daycare, whose ages range from less than a year to 5 years old. Once the kids opened up their new toys, our Cadets spent time playing with the children. Huge praise goes to these students for volunteering their time and effort to bring additional happiness to others
Port St. Lucie High’s first Art Show was put on Tuesday, December 13th by Mr. Graham and his students! The students from Mr. Graham’s 2D, 3D, and Creative Photography courses made it a nice night to show off their talent! We have some amazingly talented artists here at PSLH that we are so proud of! Thank you to Mr. Graham for pulling their creativity out of them!
LPA Class of 2015 and 2016 generously donated $1,000 to Coach Adams and the Lincoln Park Academy girls basketball program. “We are truly thankful and blessed by this act of generosity.”
First graders at Palm Pointe had a fantastic information session with the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office, organized by the School Resource Deputies, including SWAT team members, Intel Unit, and SRD K-9 with demonstrations. A huge thank you to everyone that made this a special day and to our SRO officers that work daily to invest in the lives of our students.
St. Lucie Public Schools 2022-23 Graduation Dates Ceremony to be held at Lawnwood Stadium, 1302 Virginia Ave., Fort Pierce, FL, 34982 MAY 23 Treasure Coast High School | 8 AM Port St. Lucie High School | 11 AM MAY 24 Fort Pierce Central High School | 8 AM Lincoln Park Academy | 11 AM MAY 25 St. Lucie West Centennial | 8 AM Fort Pierce Westwood Academy | 11 AM SLPS provides several ways to watch this event. Watch live on: Comcast channel 13 & 19, Blue Stream Fiber channel 19, ATT TV channel 99, SLPS Facebook Live, Live on
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AICE Environmental Management students, with Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, are involved in water quality sampling with ponds and in the Indian River Lagoon. This study is conducted three times a year to monitor water quality and seasonal biodiversity. After each pond sampling, students listen to guest lecturers share about their research and how they got to where they are.
On Saturday, December 10th, 2022, The SLW Centennial NAVY JROTC traveled to Oviedo High School to compete against 28 other teams in the Area 7 (Florida) State Marksmanship Championships hosted by the Oviedo High School Navy JROTC. Centennial’s “Alpha” Team consisted of Aidan Rossell, Payton Mangine, Justin Lotak, and Jade Sikorski. The Alpha Team finished in 12th place out of 28 teams from all over the state of Florida. Cadet Rossell was their top shooter and earned a top team shooter medal. Centennial’s “Bravo” Team consisted of Daniel Sharpe, Casey Scott, Sean Stewart, and Nikolas Ramirez. The Bravo Team finished
Our Panthers got the unique opportunity to tour Underwater Engineering Services, Inc. They witnessed a live diving demonstration in the hyperbaric tank. Students learned about marine safety and various equipment that is used for underwater engineering. Our students were fascinated to learn about various careers related to marine oceanography! Thank you to our community partners at UESI for this experience!
Mrs. Cebelak and her HOSA students coordinated a volunteer event with Molly’s House. Molly’s House is a home close to Cleveland Clinic that offers housing to those who have family members in the hospital or are receiving treatments themselves. They have 16 different room sizes, ranging from single beds to family apartment-style spaces. It is very similar to the Ronald McDonald housing, but an independent entity.
The Lincoln Park Academy Chorus participated in the Disney 2022 Candlelight Processional on Friday, December 9th. The Candlelight Processional, which occurs daily from November 25th through December 30th in the American Gardens Theatre at Epcot, brings you along on the incredible Nativity story. Each year a celebrity narrator takes Disney guests through the journey complete with a mass choir and a 50-piece orchestra. High school choirs must audition to be selected to participate in this very prestigious event. This is the 16th consecutive year that the LPA Chorus has been selected.
Congratulations to 1st Sargent Pollino and the PSLHS Raider Cadets on a job well done! Out of the 86 schools represented, Port St. Lucie High School finished 4th, missing 3rd place by a couple of seconds. Nonetheless, they gave it their all and we are so very proud of their accomplishments. Way to go Jags!
Students and staff had a BLAST at the Port St. Lucie High School Winter Spirit Week this year. The campus is beautifully decorated for the season and so many students and staff participated!
Students in Ms. Myers Web Design course worked very hard to learn how to build websites. Everyone knows how difficult this can be! This week, students are presenting their hard work! Great job Ms. Myers and students!
Lincoln Park Academy Theatre’s Troupe 6958 participated in District 15 Individual Event Festival on Saturday, December 3rd and the students did absolutely phenomenally. Troupe 6958 came away with 15 Superior Rated Pieces, 8 Excellent Rated Pieces, and 2 Critics Choice. Their Large Group Musical Titled: Biggest Blame Fool was awarded Critics Choice for Large Group and also chosen as the Overall Critics Choice Performance Piece for the entire Festival. This means that Troupe 6958 will be representing District 15 Thespians on the Mainstage at State Thespian Festival in March!
For the 4th year in a row, the Titan Ambassadors from Treasure Coast High School hosted Shop with a Titan at Target in Tradition. This year, the students and staff at the participating schools raised over $3000 and were able to take 30 students holiday shopping!