After the loss of our beloved courtyard oak trees following Hurricane Irma, we are looking to revitalize this central portion of our campus in order to make it a beautiful and inviting place for our students.
The JCHS courtyard - the heart of our school campus - recently suffered the loss of its beautiful oak trees following damage from Hurricane Irma. The expense of removing these trees was not one planned for by the school administration; therefore, we are looking to partner with our community of parents, alumni and supporters to make this space inviting again.
Over the summer, the school had the stumps of the old oaks removed (no easy feat!) and has been working with Kate (Cross) Rotindo, JCHS alumni and University of Florida/IFAS Extension of St. Lucie County urban horticulture agent, to create a plan to replant the beds with native and Florida friendly plants. This represents Phase One of a larger plan for this space, including revitalizing our memorial garden and a possible sunsail over the main pavilion. Your support now would help us purchase plants and other landscaping items to beautify this space; however, please reach out to principal Corey Heroux at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in donating towards a larger item, such as the sunsail or benches.
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