On Friday, October 21st the JROTC Jaguar Battalion presented the colors for Senior Night at the football game against Southfork High School. Commanding the color guard was National Flag Bearer Cadet Major Mery Fuentes, along with Cadet Sergeant First Class Eathan Clayton as the State Flag Bearer, Cadet Sergeant Jason Arocho as the Right Guard, and Cadet Captain Mikayla Von Stein as the Left Guard. Our school won the game with a score of 14 to 0. The JROTC cadets had a tremendous time helping park cars for visitors, families, and referees, and can’t wait until our next honor guard.
On October 15th, the Port Saint Lucie Jaguar Battalion competed in their first Rifle Match against South Fork High School with A and B teams. The cadets were placed in 3 positions: Prone, Standing, and Kneeling. Out of our 2 teams, team A had 2 of 4 cadets placing 2nd and 3rd overall, Yurem Garcia shot a score of 203 out of 300, and Skylar Warner scored 201 out of 300. Congrats to both teams as they compete again on December 3rd.
On October 1st, 2022, the Port St. Lucie High School Army JROTC Raiders hosted the 1st Raider meet of their season. The Raider competition consisted of 5 events: a 2.3-mile run, 1-mile litter carry, HUMVEE push, constructing and crossing a rope bridge, and tire flip. The Jaguar Battalion male and female teams placed 1st overall and the mixed team placed 2nd. Congrats to all the teams as they compete next week at South Fork High School.
On Friday, September 16th, 2022, the Port St. Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion attended a ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park to pay their respects for Prisoners of War and Missing in Action Soldiers. Cadets who went to the ceremony held lit candles to represent the 7 different wars US Service Men and Women served in, in which many lives were lost.
On Friday, August 19th, 2022, the Port St. Lucie High School JROTC Jaguar Battalion conducted a Football Honor Guard and Color Guard for our first home football game. We had a total of 78 cadets who came to direct cars for parking at the Honor Guard. Our first-year JROTC cadets had the opportunity to work alongside their leaders and learn how a parking detail works. We had our leadership placed in specific groups and positions to help guide cars to ensure that all cadets were safe and had an enjoyable time. Overall, the event ran smoothly, and our new cadets