11/6 Announcements

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CONGRATULATIONS to the Spirit of Jupiter who pulled a double header! Not only did they receive straight superiors at
their district music performance assessment, but they took home best in class music, visual, general effect, and color
guard, and won 1st place in class 3A at the Park Vista Striking Cobra Invitational!
CHECK OUT THE TEEN ACTIVITIES IN NOVEMBER AT THE JUPITER BRANCH LIBRARY http://events.pbclibrary.org/eventsand-classes/teen
JUPITER HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE PRESENTS The Lottery and Adventures of Captain Neato Man November 7, 8, & 9 at
7pm in the Jupiter High School Auditorium. General Admission Tickets – $10. Students with JHS ID – $5
HANNAH’S HOUSE DONATION DRIVE Please help pregnant teens get back on their feet by donating items from the list.
Community Service Hours will be given. Drop off new items to Mrs. Rivera, Rm 7-110 now through Nov. 19 before school
or during lunch.
SUPPORTING A GREAT CAUSE? DECA will be selling Friendsgiving Gobble-Grams to raise money for the Give the Kids the
World Village, an 84-acre, nonprofit “storybook” resort in Central Florida. Here, children with critical illnesses and their
families are treated to weeklong, cost-free vacations. Please help us support this amazing organization by purchasing a
Gobble-Gram for $2 during lunch in the school store. Gobble-Grams will be available for purchase starting today during
lunch until Tuesday November 19, and be delivered on Friday November 22 during 2nd Period. Give your friends a little
something extra to show you care and support a great cause.
THE JAPANESE CLUB will be meeting this Friday, November 8, in Coach Andersen’s room 6-115. Remember to bring
money for your t-shirts.
DIABETES AWARENESS MONTH Students, Join the faculty and staff this Friday and wear the color blue. Someone you
know, a student or a teacher, possibly deals with diabetes on a daily basis. More than 84 million US adults—over a
third—have prediabetes, and 90% of them don’t know they have it. Diabetes is the 7th leading cause of death in the
United States. So join us this Friday and wear the color blue. Blue – it looks good on you.
JHS SWAT is having the 2nd Annual Not A Lab Rat Week. Tobacco companies market e-cigarettes to teens with deceptive
advertising and sweet flavors. They think teens are expendable experimental subjects. Do not be a lab rat. Please join
JHS SWAT in the fight against tobacco companies, e-cigarettes, and JUULS. We will be in the courtyard during lunch
today through Friday with postcards that say “I am not a lab rat.” You will be able to write a personal message
expressing why you don’t use JUULS. JHS SWAT will then mail the postcards to JUUL labs in San Francisco, CA.
BEST BUDDIES Today (11/6) Go see the dress rehearsal of the school play. Meet in front of the auditorium at 5:45. Dress
rehearsal starts at 6:00.
GIRLS SOCCER The team won their preseason game against Jensen Beach on Monday. Ashley Hearn scored off an assist
by Bella Benevante to begin the second half and later Mia Delaney put the Warriors ahead 2-0. The girls play again
tonight (Wednesday) at 5pm at Martin County High School.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY The team competed at regionals Saturday, finishing 12th out of 20 teams, moving up 2 places in
the ranking! Joe Wester finished runner up with his season best time 15:57, qualifying for states in Tallahassee this
coming Saturday. The top 5 runners for Jupiter, Jack McNamara, Thoe Endrud, Ethan Lantzy, and James Walter all posted
season bests on the Boca course! Congratulations Warriors, lets go Joe!
WRESTLING On Monday, November 11 wrestling season will begin. Even though there is no school we will practice in the
cafeteria at 2:30pm until 6pm. Any new wrestlers must have their completed packets turned in to Coach Raz in room 4-
109. We will practice Monday – Friday.
SAND VOLLEYBALL Any girls interested in playing sand volleyball for the spring season? There will be a meeting after
school on Thursday in room 10-106. Questions? See Ms. Jalm in 10-112.