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IMPORTANT

  • The owner of the bank called us and said students are not permitted to park at the bank. Student cars will be towed.
  • Construction will begin this week on the new police station. Students will not be able to walk across the town property to get to the community center. The sidewalk on Daniels way will remain open.

CLASS NEWS

DUAL ENROLLMENT Students who are interested in the Program for this summer or fall must attend a one-time only mandatory Palm Beach State College Advising Session on April 3rd at 2:50 pm in the auditorium. Students must have a PBSC student ID in order to sign up and attend the session.  Sign up at the Guidance Cart during lunch or at the front desk in Guidance.  Dual Enrollment information is in the Dual Enrollment Center in Guidance.

PROM TICKETS are on sale until Spring Break.  Ticket prices are $100 for JHS students and $125 for non-JHS students. Tickets can be purchased on Tuesday’s during lunch in the auditorium lobby or before school and during 1st period only in the E2020 lab in the hallway next to the media center. Students who purchased prom tickets will pick it up after Spring Break in the auditorium lobby during lunch.

CURRENT FRESHMEN The class of 2022 is looking for candidates for office for your Sophomore year!  If you are interested in running for a position, please pick up an application from Mrs. Jeffs in 5-207. Completed applications and speeches are due the morning of Tuesday, March 26th.  Any questions please see Mrs. Jeffs.

YEARBOOK & NEWSPAPER Tomorrow (3/8) is the deadline to turn in applications. Applications are available outside of room 4-203. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to join an award-winning journalism program. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Muncy.

FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES! If you are ready to make some positive changes on campus and in the community and you would like to learn the leadership skills to make these things happen, then consider applying for the Leadership Skills Development class. Applications are available in room 4-217 as well as on the school website. Applications and teacher recommendations are required in order for you to be considered for this program, so don’t miss out! Deadline for applications and recommendations is March 12th!

CLUBS

THE JAPANESE CLUB will be meeting this Friday, after school in room 6-115. New members are always welcome.

NTHS will have a mandatory meeting for all members Tuesday (3/12) in room 4-214 at 2:45 pm.  Requirements for graduation cords and scholarships will be discussed.  Shirts and certificates will be distributed.  Signups for tutoring at Limestone Creek Elementary will be available.  Missing dues need to be paid.

CONGRATULATIONS JUPITER HIGH WARRIORS for winning the challenge and adding the most team members to our Best Buddies Friendship Walk from all of the registered Palm Beach County Schools.  Our team name: JUPITER HIGH SCHOOL WARRIORS will be on this year’s Best Buddies Palm Beach Walk T-Shirts.  Remember, the friendship walk is open to anyone and it is free!

DECA just got back from their State Conference and the winners are: Carly Johnson 3rd Place in “Franchise Business Plan”, Gabby Venanzi, Kathryn Fox, and Megan Anderson 2nd Place in
“Learn and Earn”.

BOOK CLUB MEMBERS Please come to a mandatory meeting in Mrs. Jeffs’ Rm. 5-207 during lunch today

STUDENT ACES have a lunch meeting today (Thursday) in Ms. Jalm’s Rm. 3-108.

MATH HONOR SOCIETY Meet today (Thursday) at 12:15 in room 4-103. It is a required meeting. See you there!

JUPITER’S GOT TALENT DECA and Speech and Debate will be hosting a Talent Show on May 2nd! Audition applications for the show can be found in rooms 4-106 and 4-213. If your act is selected to audition you will receive an invitation during your first-period class before April 8th. Auditions will be held April 8th through the 10th after school in room 4-213. You will be notified if your act has been selected by Monday, April 15th.

WAM CLUB is holding a sports drive this month. We are collecting any usable sports equipment. Each item donated equals an hour of community service. Please make sure to attach your name and first-hour teacher to the item. See Mrs. Gilbert or Ms. Jalm to sign your community service form. The donations will go towards benefiting Jupiter Elementary School and other organizations in need of supplies. The box is located in the front office. Please show your support for your sport!

THE INTERACT CLUB is collecting video games, card games and arts and crafts kits and supplies for young patients at the St. Mary’s Children’s Hospital Quantum House. Please bring items to 5-212 by March 11th. Remember, supplies and games should be for kids 10 and under and useful for those in wheelchairs. Used video games rated E for everyone are happily accepted! Community service hours will be awarded for your donations.

SPORTS

THE 15TH ANNUAL WARRIOR INVITATIONAL TRACK MEET held Friday, March 1st honored Dan Hurley former track coach at Jupiter. The boys 4x800m relay placed first. The boys 4×100 m relay placed 3rd. Joe Wester won the mile and a half mile, Sam Moon was second in the two-mile and Brayden Joyce broke the school pole vault record placing 7th and vaulting 9 feet 10 in. The boys’ team placed third overall out of 19 teams. On the girls’ side, the 4x800m relay placed 3rd. Avery Romero Placed 3rd in the 800m, Michelle Sutcliffe was third in the pole vault, and freshman Emma Dresser was third in the 300-meter hurdles

A CHEERLEADING TRYOUT interest meeting will be held on March 27th at 6:00 pm in JHS Gym. Tryout information and mandatory athletic forms will be given out at this meeting.

WOMEN’S HISTORY THURSDAY

Indo-Canadian YouTube personality, motivational speaker and comedian Lilly Singh.  Known to many as iiSuperwomanii, this amazing female entertainer at one point battled prolonged depression. Now the YouTuber is completely transformed. She is a true Superwoman on stage, amping up the crowd’s energy, leaving everyone screaming, laughing and crying for more. “You are not perfect, and you should be proud of this!” is something she constantly reminds herself and her audience. Lilly realized how detrimental female hatred can be and knew that for further progression of women, we had to resolve the issue at its core. So using her social media presence and ability to reach millions of women, Lilly introduced the #GirlLove challenge with the intent of replacing hatred with love and positivity. For the challenge, women are encouraged to post a Tweet, status or Instagram post with #GirlLove that compliments or supports another woman. She has even begun selling Rafiki bracelets to give women all around the world the chance to get an education.  The members of Women of Tomorrow give a big big thank you to Lilly Singh! And please stop by the Women of Tomorrow table at lunch this Friday, March 8th, for fun activities and the celebration of empowering woman from around the world.

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