Port St. Lucie High’s Certified Nursing Assisting (CNA) Students under the Leadership of Registered Nurse Mrs. Jacklyn Cebelak, as they prepare to earn clinical experiences at Emerald Health Care Nursing Facility. The students performed tasks alongside licensed CNA’s to include vitals, tray passing, dressing, feeding & social activities. So proud of their dedication to the Nursing field along with their commitment to providing excellent Health Care.
Congratulations to the Treasure Coast High School Air Force JROTC Drill team on their accomplishments during the State Drill Meet on April 5th. Color Guard Commander C/Lt Col Henrik Kristiansen earned fourth place as well as third place as Team Commander. The Armed Exhibition team commanded by C/Maj Sebastian Quick earned third place. Looking forward to an even stronger performance in future years.
Treasure Coast High School instructor Leinitia Robinson and students in the school’s Criminal Justice Academy participated in the inaugural Hometown Lunch Fest and Port St. Lucie Police Department Open House. While there, students received tours of the police department and were informed by detectives, crime scene investigators, the Chief of Police and other key personnel about careers in law enforcement. Two of the most memorable were the police dog and SWAT demonstrations. Overall, the students enjoyed the visit, felt more connected to the police department and appreciative of the safety and security they provide. Most important, the visit reinforced for many the
Treasure Coast High School instructor Jack Clark chaperoned 28 students from the school’s Manufacturing/Pre-Engineering program to visit area manufacturing companies in accordance with the state’s Manufacturing Day. The first visit was to PAC Seating Systems in Palm City, where students received a tour from CEO Chuck Tufano. PAC Seating designs and creates state of the art airline seating for corporate and private jets. The visit was a huge eye-opener for students as they were very impressed with the quality working environment at PAC, which reinforced the OSHA safety standards students are learning in the classroom. Students also visited Phoenix Metal in Ft. Pierce,