On Wednesday, February 27, 2019, the Port St. Lucie High School Army JROTC Jaguar Battalion participated in its annual Service Learning Project of retiring unserviceable American flags. Cadets collected worn, torn, and frayed flags donated from various public places to be properly retired. In the class periods leading to the event, cadets cut the flags by the stripes to prepare them for the ceremony. The Cadets who spoke were Battalion XO Cadet Major Molly Sullivan, serving as Master of Ceremonies, and Cadet Command Sergeant Major Victoria Diaz. The Port St. Lucie High School Jaguar band director Mr. Troy Wiley brought a small ensemble of eighteen students to play the National Anthem. The lead trumpet, Mathew Marquez, played Taps, Retreat, and Reveille.  Cadets formed a single file line by company and received a portion of the flag to dispose of into the fire. To conclude the ceremony, PSLHS Assistant Principal Gerald Early addressed the battalion and thanked the cadets for a beautiful ceremony. The Jaguar Battalion takes pride in retiring the flags as mandated by the United States Congress.