The SLW Centennial High School’s NAVY JROTC “Black Talon” Navy Eagles Company performed the Opening Ceremony Color Guard for the 41st Annual Chili Cook-Off sponsored by the Boys and Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County. The event took place on Saturday, October 21st, 2023, at the Clover Park “Mets” Stadium in Port St. Lucie, Florida. The Color Guard was performed by Cadet Ensign Faith Miller (Left Rifleman), Cadet Senior Chief Petty Officer Sean Stewart (Ensign Flagman and Color Guard Commander), Cadet Lieutenant Commander Alesha Alexandre (Unit Flagman), and Cadet Senior Chief Petty Officer Mayreeana Neston (Right Rifleman).
The third-grade students in Mrs. Santos’ class used manipulatives to deepen their understanding of area. Students solved problems involving area by using a visual model and a multiplication formula. Go Leopards!
Hispanic Heritage Night at Oak Hammock K8 was a huge success. Students and families enjoyed viewing a Hispanic exhibition, eating Hispanic food from the food trucks, dancing, and creating crafts that represent the Hispanic culture. Students of Oak Hammock K8 Leveled Up learning the Hispanic Heritage as they leveled up success.
The October Parent Night was a hit! All LWN families were invited to our Hispanic Heritage Celebration. Families toured the class projects, dined at the taco bar, and enjoyed a talent show. In addition, fifth grade students participated in a wax museum performance to honor the lives of Hispanic Americans like Roberto Clemente, Sonia Sotomayor, and Cesar Chavez. Go Leopards!
The LPA Chess Club has students learn and show their skills in this fun and historic board game! Playing chess has many benefits, including improved memory, developed perspective and problem-solving skills, and even a reduced risk of developing dementia. Founded this year by Ian Navas, the club welcomes both middle and high school students regardless of chess experience. Meetings are held on Mondays and Fridays after school in the cafeteria. +Members participate in a club tournament at the beginning of the year. Members try not to blunder their pieces while having fun. Our sponsor, Mr. James Flynn, and
The Jessica Clinton MVP Foundation is hosting free heart screening for students ages 5 to 20 years, on Saturday, November 4th, 2023. Don’t miss out on this opportunity! Register today at https://www.jessicaclinton.org/!
Savanna Ridge Elementary Pre-K, VPK, and Kindergarten students enjoyed a fire safety presentation delivered by the St. Lucie County Fire District. Students were given an opportunity to use the fire hose and take a tour of a fire truck.
Chester A. Moore continues to open the doors to the most important resource (our families). Parents heard about data, and personal goals, and were provided certificates celebrating their students’ unique strengths during Student Led Conferences.
On Sunday, October 22nd , the Port St. Lucie High School JROTC Jaguar Battalion conducted a Color Guard for the Professional Golfers Association at their golf course in St. Lucie West. Our cadets opened the ceremony with the national anthem sung by Dave Bray. The event was the 15th Annual Liberty Mutual Invitational Benefiting Caddy For a Cure. Commanding the Color Guard was National Flag Bearer Cadet Lieutenant Michael Coccaro accompanied by Cadet Second Lieutenant Eathan Clayton as the State Flag Bearer, Cadet Captain Jeremiah Davis as Right Guard, and Cadet Master Sergeant Olivia Hunnell as the Left Guard.
Why use a boring worksheet or textbook when you can have active engagement and learning with a fun roam-the-room activity, reviewing key standards? Today in Mrs. Proctor’s class we did just that, as we reviewed GCF, LCM, and GFC with the distributive property!!!
Ms. Enoch’s and Ms. Pank’s Writing and Science Lab: “How does the distance affect how bright a star looks in the sky?” They also learned why the sun appears to be so much larger and brighter than the other stars.
Cadets in our Air Force JROTC program were honored during the AS1 pinning ceremony. This promotion ceremony is for first-year cadets in the program. Cadets received new ranks as Airmen based on exam results. Congratulations to our Titan Cadets! Titan Born, Titan Bred!
Frances K. Sweet third graders were invited to attend the first annual St. Lucie County Insect Festival hosted by the UF/IFAS Ag-extension. Students were able to learn how bees communicate with each other, careers in entomology, have a chance to pet and feel what a millipede is like, race Madagascar cockroaches, and even try insect snacks!
The Titans FBLA program completed two weeks of snack shack for students. Members and officers were able to volunteer for the event, earning volunteer hours. FBLA was able to earn funds to help support various business trips throughout the year while bringing fellow classmates tasty snacks after long fun fun-filled spirit days. Titan Born, Titan Bred!
Palm Pointe third grade students got a visit from our local 4-H program who talked about “What’s in the water?” Students learned all about the Indian River Lagoon and what is in the water in our lagoon.
F.K. Sweet treated their Bus Drivers and Aides to a special breakfast provided by the F.K. Sweet Cafeteria Staff. We love our SWEET Bus Drivers and Aides! They are vital in ensuring our students attend school on time every day.
Brian Mast attended Treasure Coast High School to speak with our Air Force JROTC cadets. Brain Mast shared his story, spoke about the military, gave advice, and answered questions for our cadets. This was an awesome opportunity for our students. Thank you, Brian Mast! Titan Born, Titan Bred!
Coach Paul’s fifth-grade PE students enjoyed a game of Monster Ball. The students used small balls to move the big ball to the opposing team’s side. Students enjoyed the game as they used overhand and underhand throws to score points. GO LEOPARDS!
The Lincoln Park Academy High School Orchestra and Middle School Advanced Orchestras presented a Fall Spooktacular Concert on Thursday, October 19 in the LPA Auditorium. As is traditional for this concert, they perform spooky fall favorites that included Rosin Eating Zombies from Outer Space, Zombie Tango, Monster Mambo, Spiders on the Loose, Zombie Dance, and Rockin’ Halloween that combined themes from Monster Mash, Ghostbusters, and Scooby-Doo. Solos and Ensembles also performed, including a solo from the Florida Orchestra Association All-State Orchestra Concertmaster Giselle Arana Cisneros. These orchestras will perform again on December 14, at 6:30 p.m. for the Frosty Eve
Congratulations to Airan Chang on being named the FBLA Member of the Month. Airan has continuously shown his devotion and commitment to FBLA. We are so proud of you, Airan! Titan Born, Titan Bred!