Donald Delahaye, a senior student-athlete on PSLH’s football team made ESPN’s Top 10 plays last night on SportsCenter. This is just another example of the great students that we have had at our school over the last 26 years! A kicker spun a football with his feet and nailed a field goal without having a…Details
Parkway was the recipient of $600 to support the purchase of a handicap-accessible swing for our playground.
This donation was generously provided by members of the Port St. Lucie Moose Lodge.
Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition’s third grade students had a special visit from Port Saint Lucie’s Mayor, Greg Oravec. Mayor Oravec talked to the students about what government means and how the different levels interact with each other. He supported their learning by having discussions regarding the different branches of government along with how citizens…Details
Jaguar Battalion Field Day Port St. Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion conducted their own field day on May 6, 2017. The JROTC unit uses field day as a way to reward the cadets for their hard work and achievements, as well as, to use the teamwork and leadership skills they learned in the program.…Details
Jaguars Award Ceremony 2017 By: Sarai Narvaez The Port Saint Lucie High School Jaguar Battalion held its 20th Annual Army JROTC Awards Ceremony. This ceremony awards cadets for their outstanding excellence both inside and outside of the program. This ceremony could not be possible without the support of local civic organizations like the American Legion…Details
On Saturday, September 15, 2018, cadets from the Port St. Lucie High School Army JROTC Jaguar Battalion joined four other high school Battalions at Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) in Fellsmere, Florida. The cadets negotiated through various obstacles that tested their skill, strength, and ability to overcome hardships. Cadets participated in a hands-on experiences including…Details
Grade 5 students of White City Elementary are learning about the states of matter. Mr. Lewis facilitated learning as the students determined if matter can be more than one state at a time. The students discussed properties of matter, made oobleck and
slime, and they recorded their observation.
On your marks, get set, go! Over 50 students participated in Project Unify, a Special Olympics collaborative between four high schools in the St. Lucie Public Schools District. Students are practicing for a Unified Area Meet in Clermont on May 6th, a State Level competition involving IMG Academy. Project Unify supports the Special Olympics on…Details
Indian River State College is launching a new program, Project STAGE, designed with the goal of supporting students with intellectual disabilities (ID) and their families while students pursue education and gainful employment in their chosen occupation. Project STAGE, short for students transitioning to academics and gainful employment, is now accepting applications for students. Students with…Details
St. Lucie Public Schools (SLPS) need look no further. District officials found what they were looking for in Project SEARCH – a supportive and collaborative community-based program providing students with disabilities real world work experiences in high-turnover, entry-level positions with an end goal of securing employment after a year-long internship. SLPS Director of Exceptional Student…Details