11/20 Announcements

CONGRATULATIONS To Ms. Knudtson’s students whose artwork was selected to be exhibited in the
Norton Museum of Art in conjunction with the exhibition, Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern. The
exhibition uses Georgia O’Keeffe’s show as inspiration to examine how clothing and accessories are tied
to identity. There will be a public opening reception on December 13 during Art After Dark and the
exhibition will run until March 30th. Student Artists: Jennie Hernandez Saenz, Elle Coleman, Fabian
Efrain Alvarez, Carly Green, Noah Mildner.
SENIORS interested in the George Snow Fund Scholarship as well as The Community Foundation of Palm
Beach and Martin Counties scholarship, representatives from both foundations will be here on
December 6 at 9 am to help with the applications. Seniors only, please sign up in guidance to attend the
scholarship information session regarding these two great opportunities.
THE NATIONAL FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY is holding a supply drive for the Bahamian children whose
schools and homes are being rebuilt after the destruction of Hurricane Dorian. To participate in the
supply drive, you may fill a shoebox with either school supplies or toiletries. Acceptable school supplies
include pencils, pens, markers, scissors, rulers, crayons, colored pencils, scotch tape, coloring books or
workbooks, paper, stickers, glue, pencil sharpeners, and small toys. Acceptable toiletries include
toothbrushes, toothpaste, lotion, combs, sunscreen, baby wipes or cleansing wipes, ethnic hair
shampoo and conditioner, hand sanitizer, shaving cream, disposable razors, nail files, and nail polish.
Place these items in your shoebox and neatly label it with either “school supplies” or “toiletries” across
the top. Bring the boxes to Mrs. Sidman in room 5-114 by December 5. Community service hours will be
offered to any student that participates in the supply drive. Please see Mrs. Sidman or any member of
the French Honor Society with any questions. Thank you for supporting the children in the Bahamas.
THE GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUT observance is Thursday, November 21 this year. This is to the day to
encourage friends and family to quit using tobacco and vape products. JHS SWAT will have a special
announcement tomorrow.
THE JUPITER RELIGIOUS CLUB Is having a Friendsgiving during lunch on Thursday, November 21st.
Anyone is welcome to come to room 3-101 for food and fun. Please feel free to bring your favorite fall
treat to share, or come as you are. We will also be ordering the new shirts for this year. Hope to see you
Children’s Miracle Network? You will need to create an 8-person team and choose a Captain. The
Captain is responsible for picking up the packet from Mr. Hammett in portable ONE and collecting the
money from each player. Each team will pick a team color and create a shirt with their team names. The
tournament will take place in the cafeteria on December 13 at 4pm. Teachers and Administrators are
also invited to create their own team.
event #UNLITTER Our Beach at Carlin Park this Saturday November 23 at 10am. We’ll have a great time
at this beach clean-up 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. 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.
DANCE MARATHON is hosting a holiday movie night on Friday, December 6th at 7pm in the courtyard.
Tickets are $10 at the door and snacks will be available for purchase. Invite your friends and Family and
TRACK & FIELD There is a call out meeting for Track & Field on Monday, December 2 at 3 pm in the
Fitness Room.
GIRLS SOCCER The team tied 2-2 with Dwyer on Monday night. Bella Benavente scored on a penalty kick
and Kate Bonnoront scored on a cross from Peyton Dominguez. Gretchen Duttenhofer denied a late
penalty kick attempt from Dwyer to keep the game tied at 2. The girls play tonight at John I Leonard.
VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL The team opened up the season with a 57-31 victory over Boynton Beach
Monday night. The lady warriors were led by Lexi Lynch with 13 points and 10 steals, Eliiana Manzo 12
points, 5 steals and Veronica Edwards 10 points 8 rebounds. Freshman Annika Espenship added 7
BOYS AND GIRLS WATER POLO Anyone interested in joining the Team, there will be a meeting right after
school today (11/20) in room 10-106.
SUPPORT the JHS baseball team and purchase a coupon card from any Jupiter baseball player for $20!
Any questions please see Coach Mook in Room 6-215. Thank You and Go Warriors!