On the 26th and 27th of October 2022, the JROTC Jaguar Battalion held their monthly Cadet Promotion Board. During this, selected cadets throughout all companies are asked a series of questions that test their general knowledge on what they have learned in JROTC, their ability to recite our Cadet Creed, the ability to wear the proper uniform, and conducting certain drill movements. They must meet these requirements to receive a promotion to a higher rank. This board also helps cadets experience what it is like to get interviewed for a job and speak in front of a panel of people. … Read More
Author: JANAHILA FLEURICOT
The Port St. Lucie High School Army JROTC Jaguar Battalion attended the Area 3 Regional State Qualifying Raider Meet at Camp Tanah Keeta. The event was hosted by Jupiter High School, on October 29, for the right to represent Area 3 in the State Meet. The raider competition consisted of 5 events: a 2.2-mile team run, 1-mile litter carry, 35-pound kettlebell carry, tire flip, and constructing and crossing a rope bridge. The Jaguar Battalion Mixed 4th overall, Females finished 2nd and received an invitation and will be competing at states, Males captured 1st place overall and qualified for the State … Read More
On Monday the 31st of October, the Port St. Lucie High School JROTC Jaguar Battalion conducted a Color Guard for the Professional Golfers Association at their golf course in Port St. Lucie. Our cadets opened the ceremony with the national anthem sung by Dave Bray. The event was a fundraiser from Caddies for the Cure and organized with local wounded Veterans. Commanding the Color Guard was National Flag Bearer Cadet Major Devin Callwood accompanied by Cadet Major Mery Fuentes as the State Flag Bearer, Cadet Sergent Major Alexander Moleon- Matthews as Right Guard, and Cadet Captain Michael Coccaro as the … Read More
On Thursday, October 20th, 2022, the PSLHS Jaguar Battalion presented the colors at the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony. Commanding the Color Guard was National Flag Bearer Cadet Major Eric Smith accompanied by Cadet Sergeant Jayda Whiteman as State Flag Bearer, Cadet Corporal Ryan Lewis as right Guard, and Cadet First Sergeant Jeremiah Davis as left Guard.
On Wednesday, September 14th, the Port St. Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion executed their first Blood Drive of the year. The Blood Drive ran efficiently, and we are grateful to have had the opportunity to serve the community. Thanks to the JROTC Cadets and members of One Blood, we were able to provide enough blood to save over 200+ lives.
On Saturday, September 10th, 2022, the Port St. Lucie High School JROTC Jaguar Battalion conducted their first car wash of the school year at O’Reilly’s located off of US-1. Cadets were placed in different teams such as the wash team, dry team, and sign holding teams. It was a great success and a good way for our first-year cadets to see how we give back to our community.