10/10 Announcements

WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY is observed on October 10 every year by the World Health Organization. The focus of this
day is to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world, and organize efforts in support of mental health.
Train the Brain is a community health campaign that takes place from October 1-31. The goal of this county-wide
campaign is to help residents understand that taking care of the brain is just as important as taking care of the body.


CAREERS IN ENERGY OPEN HOUSE Students, teachers, parents, guidance counselors – come meet representatives from
Palm Beach State College and local energy companies to learn about the opportunities and programs to prepare you for
a future career on Saturday, Oct. 19 from 9am – noon at Manatee Lagoon – an FPL Eco Discovery Center, 6000 N. Flagler
Dr. West Palm Beach.
MEET THE SCIENTIST LECTURE SERIES begins Tuesday, October 15 with a presentation by Bud Howard from the
Loxahatchee River District. His presentation is entitled: Rethinking Local Conservation and Restoration: Seagrass, Oysters
and Water Quality. Mr. Howard is the Director of Information Services at the Loxahatchee River District in Jupiter. He
holds a Master’s degree in ecology from FIU and will share some of the fascinating science conducted in the
Loxahatchee River. The venue continues to be in the auditorium of Jupiter High School starting at 7 pm and typically
finishing by 8.30 pm.
HOMECOMING TICKET SALES Have started. Tickets are $20 until November 1st. On November 1st they will be sold all
day for $25. Tickets will also be sold at the homecoming game. You need your JHS ID, contract, money, and you cannot
be on the obligation list. Guest contracts need a background check in order to attend. Guest tickets are also
$20. Contracts are on JupiterHighSchool.org
THE PSAT is next Wednesday for all 9 & 10th Grades and registered Juniors. Juniors may purchase tickets to take the
PSAT for National Merit Scholarships this week during lunch in the guidance office. Cost is $17 and only checks made out
to Jupiter High School will be accepted. No cash! A Picture ID is required to purchase tickets.
 https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt-psat-10
 https://www.khanacademy.org/test-prep/sat/new-sat-tips-planning/new-sat-how-to-prep/a/full-length-psatnmsqt
SOPHOMORES Attention class of 2022: We need your help to construct our homecoming spirit-mobile building! If you’re
interested in being a part of the parade, please come to our meeting in Mr. Day’s room 6-207 Tuesday, October 15,
immediately after school! Any questions see Mrs. Jeffs or Mr. Day.
NATIONAL ENGLISH HONOR SOCIETY will have a meeting for ALL members Tuesday, October 15th, after school in the
auditorium! See Mrs. Sparks in Rm 1-155 if you cannot attend or have questions.
BEST BUDDIES On Saturday, September 28th, officers and advisers from the Warrior’s Best Buddies Club attended a
Leadership Conference. They learned about spreading the word about INCLUSION, growing our club, engaging others in
friendships, and fundraising. Look at how much fun they had!
THE NATIONAL TECHNICAL HONOR SOCIETY will have a mandatory informational meeting for new members on Tuesday,
October 15 in room 4-209 at 2:45 pm. This is for new members that received an invite to join the National Technical
Honor Society.
BOO YOU What’s a Boo? It’s a small goodie bag you can surprise your friends with. HOSA will be selling Boo’s for one
dollar during lunch. Look for our table and get Boo’ed
JUNIORS & SENIORS Applications for the Social Studies Honor Society are available in room 5-112 OR through your Social
Studies teacher. ONLY juniors and seniors NOT already in Social Studies Honor Society need to apply. SENIORS, To be
considered a returning member you had to have been accepted AND attended the 1st meeting LAST year – If you were
not at that 1st meeting last year then you are NOT a member and MUST reapply. Applications are due by October 31st
and should be returned to the box in Guidance. Email or see Mrs. Hanssen in room 5-112 during lunchtime or between
classes with any questions.
DANCE MARATHON FUNDRAISER Friday after school, Key Club will be selling Chick Fil-a sandwiches for $6 while raising
money for the Dance Marathon’s Children’s Miracle Network @ Shands Hospital The Dance Marathon Event will be held
toward the end of February. Last year we raised $34,000 and this year we are expecting to exceed that amount. So
bring your $6 on Friday and on your way out of school, buy a Chicken Sandwich and HELP US RAISE MONEY for Children’s
Miracle Network!!!
TRICK OR TREAT FOR UNICEF JRC is fundraising for Unicef and collecting donations for kids in need. You can help by
filling a Trick or Treat for Unicef box with spare change or cash. For filling one box you can receive 2 hours of community
service. Get a box in Ms.Plageman’s room 7-113 or from Mr. Hagenbuch the Physics teacher.
SOCK DRIVE JHS Latinos In Action, SWAT and the Homeless Coalition of Palm Beach County are collecting socks for our
homeless neighbors. Socks are one of the most needed items among the homeless. Healthy feet = a healthy body!
Please help by donating a new pack of socks. One community service hour will be given per 6-pack of socks. Drop off
socks before school from 7- 7:15am in the courtyard until 10/15. Please bring a Community Service form from guidance
with you.
TENNIS MEETING For all interested players is on Tuesday Oct.29th in Room 4-106 at 2:45.
WRESTLING Conditioning will begin Monday, October 14 right after school on the track. We will be done by 4pm at the
latest. To participate you MUST have turned in your CORRECTLY COMPLETED physical packet to Coach Raz in room 4-
109. Without it you will sit out.
GIRLS SOCCER Tryouts will start October 21st after school at Jupiter Community Park. Athletic Eligibility forms and the
$10 tryout fee must be turned in to Ms. Jalm by October 17th. If you have questions, see Ms. Jalm in 10-112.