Chester A. Moore Elementary would like to thank Officer Frank Sabol for delivering our reading and math textbooks. This delivery guarantees ALL of CAM’s students have textbooks available and ready to learn.
Fort Pierce Central High School students in the Allied Health program were provided an opportunity to participate in a College Readiness presentation. This presentation was special as it was hosted by Ms. Shannon Robinson, a Fort Pierce Central High School alumni and current University of Florida Dental student. Students from Ms. Charles and Mrs. Young’s classes were provided tips for success in high school and college. The presentation included a wealth of information from high school engagement and leadership opportunities to college scholarships. Quote from Shannon: “I truly enjoy coming back and giving this presentation to the health science students…I
Congrats to the 2023 @CollegeBoard’s National Recognition Program awardees! The honor recognizes their academic excellence and hard work in high school, and that’s a cause for celebration. Four students at Port St. Lucie High School earned academic honors from @CollegeBoard’s National Recognition Programs. The award is an easy way to showcase their hard work with colleges. Congratulations to Rose-Berlandy Bonne Annee, Ava Johnson, Nathanael Lalanne, and Gabrianna Peterkin!
Treasure Coast High School Titan Sound performed for students during lunches on Friday afternoon ahead of our first home football game of the season. Titan Sound played a number of sets for our students and staff. The students are looking forward to seeing Titan Sound in action on the field!
As part of the first Social Studies topic, students in Mrs. Eibl’s class learned that citizens can write letters to the President and mail them to the White House. Each student wrote and asked questions. Letters will be mailed out to see if we get a response. Fingers crossed! #MSEshinesBRIGHT
All kindergarten families were invited to our Kindergarten Orientation hosted by the teachers. Parents were provided information about grade level benchmarks, LWN reading logs, homework procedures, reading tools, and strategies for a solid reading foundation. This was another EPIC parent night at Lawnwood Elementary.
The Saint Lucie West Centennial Navy JROTC “Black Talon” Company earned the Area 7 (Florida) Distinguished Unit Award with Honors. It is the 5th consecutive year that the “Black Talon” Company has earned the “Distinguished Unit Award” and the 3rd consecutive year that they have earned “Honors”. The NJROTC awards the top 30% of units the Distinguished Unit awards and only the top 5% earn Honors. The units earn points by participating in various community events throughout the school year, as well as competing in Drill, Academic, and Physical Fitness Events throughout the state. The “Black Talon” Company volunteered
Congratulations to the Fort Pierce Central High School volleyball team on their victory against South Fork 3 sets to 2. After being down 2 sets to 0 midway through the third set, our Cobras mounted their comeback. Their dynamic resiliency resulted in winning the last 3 sets. Our team exhibited FPC pride during their home opener defending Cobra Nation!
Camp Orlando is an elite 4-day journalism workshop geared toward Yearbook and Newspaper programs in high schools. The program offers multiple, interest-based tracks for students and advisors. Ms. Emily Royo attended the Experienced Advisor Academy and collaborated with other advisors in the area. Advisors shared best academic practices along with suggestions for classroom conditions and structure in order to maximize work efficiency while balancing strict deadline management with compassion. Co-Editor in Chief Gabriella Scozzafava (above) attended the Theme Development and Editorial Leadership classes to absorb leadership strategies for creative teams along with creating a themed package for the upcoming school
As Treasure Coast High School prepares for their first home football game of the season, Titan Sound is also preparing for their first performance. The band students have been working day in and day out to ensure they are ready for Friday night. They are even getting creative using unique spaces on campus to practice. Titan Sound has been under the leadership of Mr. Ingram since 2020. Mr. Ingram has high expectations of his students and with their hard work and dedication, Titan Sound is off to another record year. Titan Born, Titan Bred!
On Tuesday, August 22, Lincoln Park Academy students and Lincoln (our school mascot) came together to celebrate last year’s accomplishments and set the stage for success for this upcoming school year. Students participated in a review of school-wide expectations led by Principal Herrington, Dean Cobb, and Dean Harris. Lincoln Park Academy students strive to achieve high academic goals through being productive citizens both within and outside of our school community. Go Greyhounds!
The countdown is over and football season is here! Gathering at the game starts at the heart of Cobra Nation. FPC Boosters give a grand send-off to our Cobra football team by sharing their game-winning enthusiasm and filling their plates with a hearty spaghetti dinner! Cobra Nation staff are spotted supporting their team with another fun-filled and food-filled time before kick-off. Cobra Nation fans are ready for another great season! Go Cobras!
The first pep rally of the year brings a sense of energy, enthusiasm, and celebration to Cobra Nation! In a way that only Cobras can, students at both lunches showed up and showed off their purple and gold pride. Band, Flag Core, Cheerleaders, SGA, and Dance Team dialed up the spirit for our Cobra Football team. More than ever, school spirit takes on new meaning, new purpose, and new direction for a school with over 3,200 students. Cobra Nation is a community of its own–one heart, one spirit, many voices!
Students at Chester A. Moore received a warm, cheerful welcome to the 2023-2024 school year from our community partners, caring volunteers, and district staff at the start of their school day. We love the support for our Kids at Hope mission.
On Friday, August 18th, 2023, the Port St. Lucie High School JROTC Jaguar Battalion conducted their first Football Honor Guard parking detail. They had a total of 85 Cadets who volunteered to direct cars for parking at the Honor Guard. First-year JROTC Cadets had the opportunity to work alongside their leaders and learn how a parking detail works. Leadership placed Cadets in positions to help guide cars and to ensure that all cadets were safe and had an enjoyable time. Our Cadets presented the Colors before the game, Cadet Command Sergeant Major Eathan Clayton was the National Flag Bearer, Cadet
One Office Has It All! FPC Assistant Principal Jesus Rivera has an eclectic office. Upon walking in, immediately on your left, you are welcomed by a Cobra graduation cap and gown. Each person on this campus is here with the same goal, to get every student to graduate. Starting in 9th grade, Cobras know that graduation is their destination. Looking beyond the purple and gold is a 6 layered shelving unit full of wrestling memorabilia and action figures with Mr. Rivera posing with his wrestling championship belt. Following your footsteps to the right are a collection like no other in
Fairlawn Elementary kicked off back to school with an amazing back-to-school luau dance. The students, parents, and staff had a blast celebrating what is going to be a fantastic school year. We love our positive school culture!
The Treasure Coast High School Titans varsity football team won their first home non-conference game against the Osceola Kowboys by a score of 22-8. The Titans are now 1-0 on the season. Catch the Titans in action as we take on Jesuit Tigers on Friday, Sept. 1st at 7:00 p.m. at South County Stadium. Titan Born, Titan Bred!
Chester A. Moore Elementary’s 5th Graders demonstrate deep understanding, while justifying their responses in a Think, Turn, and Talk discussing, “What do stems do for plants?”
Move over Wheel of Fortune and Price is Right, Central’s PBIS Prize Wheel is spinning in action! Cobras are spinning the prize wheel at lunches every Monday and Wednesday for a myriad of prizes. Rewarding positive behaviors reinforces Cobra Nation’s expectations for a successful year. Teachers nominate students demonstrating expectations with a ticket to win. Students spin the prize wheel with a winner at every turn. Students get to enjoy a refreshment, prize, or Cobra perk! Keep up the positive choices Cobras!