11/8 Announcements

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If you took the wrong shoe at the Homecoming Dance, please return it to the Media Center for the right shoe. Thanks!
JUPITER POLICE DEPARTMENT’S COP AND TEEN TALK NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) will be our guest
speaker for the next meeting on November 13th at 3:15 pm. They will have a suicide prevention presentation made
specifically for teenagers at the Jupiter Community Center, 200 Military Trail with Pizza, snacks and drinks!
CLASS NEWS
TO HONOR THIS YEARS 2019 VETERANS DAY REMEMBERANCE The Jupiter Community High School JROTC Battalion
participated in the “Missing in America Project” funeral service at the South Florida National Cemetery. The purpose of
the project is to locate, identify and inter the unclaimed remains of American veterans. Our cadets helped provide honor
and respect to those veterans who have served our country by securing a final resting place for these forgotten heroes.
A special thank you to these outstanding cadets for all their support: TODD GARCIA, SEAN CREECH, DANIEL CALDERON,
KALE HOWELL, MATLYN HOWELL, KIMBERLY OWENS ASARO, LUKAS HUGHES, DANIEL WHITE, DAKOTA WILLIAMSON, &
JORDAN DEEN.
JUPITER HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE PRESENTS The Lottery and Adventures of Captain Neato Man tonight and tomorrow at
7pm in the Jupiter High School Auditorium. General Admission Tickets – $10. Students with JHS ID – $5
CLUBS
WRITING CLUB AND INKWELL LITERARY ARTS MAGAZINE have a new remind. Everyone interested in working on Inkwell
or being a member of writing club, please text @inkwella to 81010. That’s @-I-N-K-W-E-L-L-A to 81010. Our next
meeting will be next week in Rm 5-215.
DO YOU WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE ENVIRONMENT? Come to the #UNLITTER club’s kick-off event
“#UNLITTER Our Beach” at Carlin Park this Saturday at 10am. Come to this beach clean-up for a great time including free
donuts, bagels, and more. Community service hours will be given. Please bring your own community service sheet and a
reusable cup for provided drinks too. New members and guests are welcome and encouraged to come. If you would like
to join, please take out your phone and text @unlitterjh to 810-10. Again, it’s @unlitterjh to 810-10 and we hope to see
you there.
BEYOND BREAST CANCER is a new club on campus. Our mission is to raise awareness of breast cancer and donate to the
Susan G. Komen Foundation. Community service hours will be awarded throughout the year. Please come to the first
informational meeting that will be held on Thursday, November 14 in room 7-101 during lunch. Learn how to sign up for
our main event, Race for the Cure.
DECA GOBBLE-GRAMS Are on sale for $2 during lunch in the school store. Give your friends a little something extra to
show you care and support a great cause.
THE JAPANESE CLUB meets today (11/8) after school in Coach Andersen’s room 6-115. Remember to bring money for
your t-shirts.
PLEASE JOIN JHS SWAT in the fight against Vaping. Find them in the courtyard during lunch today (11/8) and write a
personal message on a postcard that says, “I am not a lab rat.”
SPORTS
GIRLS SOCCER The team won their 2nd preseason game on Wednesday against Martin County by a score of 4-1. Kate
Bonnoront and Marley Sater had assists, Bella Benavente scored twice, once on a free kick and then on a cross from
Cassandra Deka. Alexa Shea and Caroline O’Keefe also scored for the Warriors. Next week they play on Monday vs Lakes,
Tuesday vs rival Vero Beach, and Friday at Wellington. Come out and support your Lady Warriors!
DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY? DO you want to support the JHS baseball team? DO you want to be a WARRIOR? Then
purchase a coupon card from any Jupiter baseball player for $20! The card pays for itself! Any questions please see
Coach Mook in Room 6-215. Thank You and Go Warriors!
BOY’S WEIGHTLIFTING Anyone interested in joining the Team, there will be a meeting right after school on Wednesday,
November 13th. We will meet in room 10-106 which is right next to the weightroom.
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.
ERA PREP’S MVP OF WEEK 11: WAS OUR OWN QUARTERBACK JOHNATHAN MOSLEY. Finishing his high school football
career on the very highest note possible, his final stat line against South Fork: 419 passing yards, five passing
touchdowns; 135 rushing yards, four touchdowns in regulation. ERA Prep could not recall any quarterback before
Mosley having that kind of record-breaking performance. When Mosley spoke of his game against South Fork, which will
surely go down as the best performance of the year in Palm Beach County, he said, “It feels great, but I couldn’t have
done it without our amazing coaching staff, offensive line, receivers, and defense,” Mosley said. “We bought into the
program Coach Tharp had envisioned, and we made big leaps forward.” Johnathan has four offers right now from
Columbia, Davidson, Jacksonville, and St. Thomas. Congratulations and thanks for the great ride!
http://neweraprep.org/MosleyMVPOW11.html
VETERANS DAY observed annually on November 11, is a tribute to military veterans who have served in the U.S. Armed
Forces. Since we have off on Monday, we conclude today’s news with a salute to our own Warrior Veterans. Thank you
for your service and have a great weekend, Warriors!