On Saturday April 21, test drive a new Buick and help Port St. Lucie High School (PSLHS) located at 1201 SE Jaguar Lane in Port St. Lucie receive up to $10,000. Garber Buick GMC in Ft. Pierce will have new Buick vehicles at the school for this Test Drive Event from 8:00am-3:00pm. For each 2-3 minute Test Drive, Buick will donate $10.00. When the event exceeds 100 test drives, Buick will double the donation to $20.00. The goal is to reach the maximum donation of $10,000 for the day!
Participants will sign-in on the east side of PSLHS’s campus where they will have easy access to the test drive range. Drivers must be 21 years of age or older and have a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance. There is a limit of two donations per household.
MOA Students engaged in an ecosystem sampling/surveying activity that included dip-netting, cast netting and hiking through mangrove swamp and hammock along the Indian River Lagoon at Pepper Park and Wild Cat Cove. Our young minds are exploring and finding solutions to protect our waterways! Way to go Bulldogs!
For Music in our Schools Month, I would like to introduce you to F.K. Sweet’s “Blues Brothers Team!”
For our Musical Color Wars theme, our Administration and Front Office Staff paid tribute to the Blues Brothers!
PrepVolleyball.com has been working since November attempting to identify the top varsity-playing sophomores (Class of 2020) in the country in 2017.
This recognition is based on outstanding High School Varsity Achievement for the 2017 season.
SLW Centennial Sophomore, Kailey McKnight made it onto the Elite Honorable Mention List.
Kailey McKnight, 5-9 OH, St. Lucie West Centennial (Port St. Lucie, Florida) — First Team All-Area and the team’s Offensive MVP, McKnight recorded a county-leading 358 kills and added 274 digs and 58 aces and passed 298 serves for the Eagles in 2017. “She is a standout when it comes to her offensive and defensive skills,” said coach Carla Nicholson. “She has a passion for the sport and works very hard during and after high school season to become a better player. Her higher level skills are evident as she led the district in almost every category. Kailey is definitely a team player and her teammates love playing with her. With all of her experience at such a high level, Kailey was a huge asset in helping our team reach the Regional Finals and finishing in the top 8 schools in Class 9A in Florida.”
At Frances K. Sweet, students and teachers are celebrating “Fine Arts in the School” month. Mr. Ingram’s classroom entrance welcomes students with “The Colors of Music” and each week they will be exploring a new genre of music. In Mrs. Miller’s Visual Arts class, students are exploring different medias and are voting on which piece of art will come out on top in our Sweet Sixteen championship! The students can keep track with graphs generated by their voting and a very large bracket set up on the wall of the main hallway.
The Fine Arts are all about creation and celebration at Frances K. Sweet!