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St. Lucie West Centennial High

Posted on Jan 1, 2012 in Featured

Our Mission:

SLWCHS provides a safe environment wherein students are engaged in a rich and rigorous curriculum resulting in responsible, contributing citizens of a diverse and dynamic world.

Our Beliefs:

St. Lucie West Centennial promotes a safe and supportive environment that engages all learners for constant improvement and better quality of life.

The St. Lucie West Centennial Eagle family of learners is engaged in a rich and rigorous curriculum with challenging learning activities in every class, every day.

St. Lucie West Centennial is a campus where students learn and develop civic responsibility in order to make a positive contribution within the community.

As a 21st century school, St. Lucie West Centennial utilizes technology to access the full resources of our educational, business, cultural, and familial community partnerships.

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Class of 2015 – Senior Fees

Posted on Oct 19, 2014 in News

Senior fees will be $55 until October 31.  On Nov 1 the fees will go up to $60.

Don’t delay, get your fees paid today.

See Mrs. Rondeau or Mrs. Young to pay your fees!

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ANNUAL STUDENT HEART SCREENING

Posted on Oct 14, 2014 in News

Jessica Clinton MVP Foundation Flyer

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SENIOR CLASS COMMUNITY PROJECT: HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

Posted on Sep 30, 2014 in News

The Senior Class has adopted Habitat for Humanity as our “Class Community Project” for this year.  We will be working on various projects on different Saturdays throughout the year.  Each project day has a morning session and an afternoon session.
The project tasks could include:  landscaping, drywall, painting, cleanup, light carpentry, etc…  The project address and tasks will be provided to us possibly as late as the week prior to the project.  We are given the projects based on needs at the time.
The rules:
1. There are fifteen SENIOR ONLY student slots per session.
2.  Students must pre-sign up and turn in a signed permission form prior to the project date.
3.  Slots are on a first come first serve basis.  If a student wishes to sign up for morning and afternoon session, both slots are given.
4.  External family members and friends can NOT be on project site.
5.  If you sign up to fill a spot, it is your responsibility to find a replacement if you cannot attend.
The dates available are:
1 November
6 December
10 January
7 February
7 March
Please see Mrs. Rondeau or Mrs. Young to sign up.  YOU MUST HAVE YOUR COMPLETED PERMISSION FORM TO RESERVE A SPOT.
Habitat For Humanity Permission Form

 

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THE PARENT ACADEMY

Posted on Oct 9, 2014 in News

The Parent Academy reaches out to all parents by providing information, connections to community resources, and parent development activities throughout the community. Beyond improving the quality of life for families and children in St. Lucie County, the resources available at Parent Academy can benefit our entire community. Parent Academy resources build stronger families. Stronger families produce more well-adjusted children, leading to lower crime rates, improved health, and better educational outcomes and earning potential. Parent Academy initiatives are also designed to increase communication among community resources, giving families access to services that they might otherwise not utilize.
http://www.parentacademyslc.org/

 

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