On Wednesday, April 18th, the PTS campus was full of animals from all walks of life for the Blessing of the Animals Chapels held in the courtyard. Members of the PTS community brought in their animal friends, from furry to scaley, to be blessed.
National Federation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) contest was held Wednesday, April 11th, and the PTS entry from Attie Crews, Olivia Bacardi, and Megan Keller (with some assistance from Dr. Salomon and Mrs. Cetta) came in Second Place. Their concept was for ONE CHANGE BRACELETS to aid Melanoma research.
During the weekend of April 7th and 8th, students in Women Studies, along with 450 students from the southeastern region of the U.S., participated in leadership and advocacy workshops, family groups, service projects, and a march for human rights. Two students from Parkland and a survivor of the Pulse Nightclub shooting delivered moving speeches and motivated young people to be the voice of change in our society.