Students in Ms. Crossland’s Biology class at Port St. Lucie High School are viewing a variety of specimens while exploring compound light microscopes and dissecting microscopes.
On Monday, 9/11, SLCSO Deputy Milton Rosario addressed students at Port St. Lucie High School during a 9/11 presentation that highlighted his experience working as an NYPD police officer that day. Thank you Milton for the sacrifices you made that day and for your service to the residents of St. Lucie County. #NeverForget #patriotday
The SGA and PBIS teams worked together to plan fun lunchtime activities for the PSLH Jaguars. Students could be on a team to play “college football trivia”.
Mrs. Phillips’ Geometry students are preparing for their Unit 1 Assessment with a Capture the Flag game! Groups started with 5 different colored flags and worked to solve problems within their groups. Students had their answers checked and when correct, they could steal another team’s flag. In the end, students were surprised to find each flag had a different value and those with a lot of blue or orange flags lost points! Fun & learning were had by all!
Port St. Lucie High School teachers Jasmine Shepherd, Nolan Shepherd, and Brittney Sievers worked together to launch the first-ever DECA chapter. DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management in high schools and colleges around the world. For the first DECA meeting, students came together and conducted officer elections. Students came fully prepared with presentations and speeches. We are so excited for our students who are eager to launch this new experience that will help them reach their college and career goals!
Mr. Archer’s Environmental Science students worked collaboratively in groups to create designs for paper airplanes and then tested their designs using different weighted paper. All students were engaged and taking on an active role in the learning process, as each student had an assigned role in the experiment (e.g. one launched the plane during each trial, another measured the distance, several recorded data, etc.). A FUN time was had by all of our students!
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!
The Marching Jaguars had an incredible start to the season with a challenging, productive, and fun band camp! This time is an opportunity for the band to solely focus on growing musically and as a team, as well as begin working on our 2023 Field Production, “Mythos”. They had a blast and are looking forward to another stellar season.
The Port St. Lucie High School Boys Unified Sports Team placed 6th at state competition in the 4×100 Relay race. We are so proud of them and are thankful for their coaches – Valdemar Krigger, Martha DiMeo, and Ann Marangio for all of their support!
On Saturday, April 22nd, students from the Port St. Lucie High School student government hosted a beach cleanup day, while inviting students from throughout campus to participate. Clean beaches and fun in the sun were had by all. This event was made possible by Mr. Austin, Mrs. Duenas, and Mrs. Martin.
Shout out to our Port St. Lucie High School Unified Boys 4×100 relay team! This amazing team has worked very hard along with Coach Marangio, Coach Krigger, and Coach Dimeo who supported our students along the way. Make sure you show this TEAM some LOVE! #OnceAJagAlwaysAJag #SpecialOlympics #UnifiedSports
Students at PSLHS attended the Career Connect Conference today sponsored by CareerSource Research Coast where they were connected with businesses and education advisors from our Tri-County area (Indian River, St. Lucie & Martin). Thank you Mrs. Shepherd, Ms. Adams, Ms. Nemo, Ms. Brooks, Mrs. Derry, Mr. Anton, and Mrs. Griffin for attending, coordinating, and chaperoning our students on this AWESOME trip!
Music in Our Schools was a beautiful event showcasing the talents of our Choir and Band. Mr. Wiley and Mr. Hagans did an amazing job preparing our Chorus and Band students for this magical event!
Chef Foerster and the Jaguar Culinary Crew ensured that the JROTC Annual Inspection Team Luncheon went off perfectly and nobody left hungry. Chef Foerster and his culinary crew create this special formal luncheon each year during the JROTC Annual Inspection. #OnceAJagAlwaysAJag
The Jaguar Culinary Crew led by Chef Foerster rocked the Snowflake Dinner and Dance at the Sandhill Shores community in Fort Pierce over the weekend. We are so lucky to have our own Culinary Program that fosters a love and learning of all things that happen in both the Front of the House and the Back of the House while preparing students to become professional chefs! #OnceAJagAlwaysAJag
Port St. Lucie High School students had a great experience at the HBCU/HSI College Fair while showing their Jaguar Pride. We are so very proud of our outstanding students who dressed as business professionals while showing off their exemplary behavior. #OnceAJagAlwaysAJag Thank you to all the amazing adults who helped these students in creating their portfolios and attending the college fair; school counselor Marcia Griffin coordinated the event with support from Chorus teacher Devon Hagans, the entire Guidance Team of Monica Brooks, Joseph Anton, Christine Derry, and Cassandra Adams, ELL teacher Yeny Duenas, Guidance Clerk Kathy Scherden, and the amazing
Congratulations to the PSLHS HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) club and their mentor Mrs. Jacklyn Cebelak for their OUTSTANDING success at the HOSA Regional Competition in West Palm Beach! 12 out of 15 students placed and will move forward to the state competition in Orlando this April. Students spent the day testing, presenting, and demonstrating skills they have learned and practiced in the PSLHS Health Science courses. Please congratulate the following students on their success at Regionals as they move forward to their State Competition! 1st place in Health Career Display – Avery Lauricella and Madison Raudebaugh 1st place in
Port St. Lucie High School is always proud of its amazing Drama Department, led by Mr. Patrick Madden. If you haven’t been to a show at Port St. Lucie High School, you are missing out! The Winter Production of “Anything Goes” is underway and Opening Night was a grand success! “Just amazing,” one audience member said. “I thought I was sitting at a Broadway show,” said another. Congratulations to Mr. Madden and his ALL-STAR cast and crew!
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!