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THE NEXT JHS BLOOD DRIVE is Monday, November 12th. All students 16 and older can donate. Lunch signups will be all week in the courtyard, or just come to Miss Ellis room 4-118 to sign up. If you donate you will receive community service hours, a free blanket, and free pizza. Come donate blood and save a life!

CLASS NEWS

THE MEET THE SCIENTIST Lecture is tonight (11/7) at 7 pm in the JHS Auditorium. The title is: Mind Control: From Brain Bugs to Big Brother with Michael Yetman, Ph.D., Max Planck Florida. The event is open to everyone and is free!

SENIORS interested in learning more about the George Snow Scholarship Fund should sign up in the guidance office by Nov. 12. The George Snow Scholarship Fund Representative will be on campus on December 4 at 9:15 am to meet with seniors interested in applying for their scholarship and to review the application.

ROTC’S Donation Drive is from Nov. 1 to Nov. 30. They are collecting items in support of fighting poverty, hunger, and homelessness within our community. Community service hours will be given. All donations will go to local organizations. Please bring the following items to the ROTC room: Canned and non-perishable food items, Baby products, Feminine hygiene products, New or gently used clothing, Used or gently used toys.

SENIORS If you have not taken your senior pictures, Prestige Portraits will be on campus in the gym lobby today (11/7) to take your 2019 yearbook pose. You must make an appointment with Mrs. Muncy to be photographed. The cost is $25 to be paid at the portrait session. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Muncy in room 4-203 during 4th or 5th period.

ATTENTION SENIORS AND JUNIORS Herff-Jones will be back on campus November 9th to take your class ring orders. Herff-Jones will be set up in the back of the cafeteria for all of your class ring and graduation announcement needs! You can also visit their website at: www.herffjonespalmbeach.com to place your orders.

CLUBS

2 BIG DRAMA CLUB SHOWS ARE COMING UP. First, Jupiter Middle is bringing Lion King Jr to our stage Thursday & Fri. Nov. 15-16 at 7pm and Sat. Nov. 17 at 1pm. Tickets are $10 at www.showtix4u or at the box office day of the show. Holiday Highlights will hit our stage on Thursday & Fri Dec. 13-14 at 7pm. Tickets are $5 at www.showtix4u or box office day of show. This is a variety show Drama style! We have a funny Christmas Carol, Dancing Dreidels and songs, scenes and dances. Fun!

SECME CLUB will be selling cotton candy over the next several weeks in the courtyard near the bus loop at dismissal. The cost will be $2 a bag. Please help support by purchasing a bag or two. It’s delicious, you won’t be disappointed.

ASTRONOMY CLUB meets every Wednesday at lunch in P17. Join us.

DO YOU LOVE CRAFTING? Do you love to make things by hand? Then please register for the Dance Team’s Hammer and Stain event on December 4th. Space is limited, and the last day to register is November 27th. This is an awesome opportunity to make a handmade holiday gift for a loved one and help some amazing young ladies in the process! We hope to see you there! https://hammerandstainpalmbeaches.com/collections/private-parties/products/jupiter-warrior-dance-team-fundraiser-tuesday-12-4-2018-6-30-pm-palm-beaches

THE JHS CHRISTIAN LEAGUE, the most powerful club on campus, is moving its meeting time to before school at 7:10 AM on Thursday. Meet in Portable 3 to hear an inspirational Bible Verse and then start our day off with a prayer. Any student or staff member is invited to come to receive the Word, a prayer and a doughnut!

FIRST PRIORITY Meets today (11/7) during lunch in Portable 15. Fill up with an inspiring message and free pizza. See Mr. Hagenbuch for details.

THE NATIONAL TECHNICAL HONOR SOCIETY Has a mandatory meeting today (11/7) at 2:50 pm in room 4-214 for new candidates seeking membership. The new candidates should have completed the NTHS Online Registration that was in your email.

SPORTS

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE BOY’S AND GIRL’S SWIM AND DIVE TEAM WHO won the 4A Region 3 Swimming and Diving Championship in Boca Raton last Friday. This was the 3rd year in a row for the Girls. From this meet we qualified 9 girls and 6 boys to move on to the State Championship. Outstanding performances by Tyler Coffey placing 1st in Diving, Varis Monroe 1st 100 Free, Caleb Petranchuk 1st 50 Free, Heidi Smithwick 1st in 50 Free. Also placing 1st Boys 200 and 400 Free Relays, Girls 400 Free Relay. Other top performers for Girls were Erika Wesch 200 and 500 Free, Mason Zilch 200 Free and 100 back, Kiara Caamano 50 and 100 Free, Michaela Avedisian 200 Free and 100 Breaststroke, Isabel Knappi 50 Free and 100 Butterfly, and the 4 Divers Leila Glowka, Haley Fekete, Noa Miller, Peyton Gaillard. Top performers for the Boys Josh Curtis 50 and 100 Free, Nick Gallego 200 IM and 500 Free, Will Lefebvre Diving.

TENNIS MEETING Any girl or boy interested in trying out for tennis needs to attend a brief meeting on Tuesday, NOVEMBER 13TH right after school in room 4-109. Paperwork will be given out. Any questions, please see Coach Lang in Rm 4-107 or Coach Babcock in Rm 4-212.

STAY TUNED FOR SGA’S ALZHEIMER’S AWARENESS PSA (https://youtu.be/BUrR6BTx6Mk) and don’t forget to come to the benefit night at Burger Bar on Donald Ross tonight starting at 6pm. The band RTO will be performing and proceeds will be donated to the Alzheimer’s Association. Have a great day, Warriors

 

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