1/14 Announcements

FROM YOUR CAFETERIA MANAGER Just a friendly reminder that testing has started in the cafeteria. If you would like to
receive your FREE breakfast, please try to get in early as the doors are locked shortly after the bell. We will still be using
the vending machines inside the cafe, but you will not be able to access them until testing is complete. The Donut Hole
breakfast cart will stay outside for an extra few minutes to accommodate any late students. We are also doing well
moving students through the lines at lunch. Stop by the TENDER VENDOR, located in the concession stand by the school
entrance. We need and appreciate your patronage and look forward to seeing you each day!
CLASS NEWS
MY TEACHER MY HERO AWARD Warriors – Don’t forget to open the email titled “My Teacher My Hero 2020” and click
on the Google form link. You will see all of the categories and teachers to choose from — just make one selection per
category and hit SUBMIT! Teachers with the MOST student nominations will be selected to represent JHS in each
category and the nominees will be announced by the end of the week. Today is the last day to nominate.
JUNIORS AND SENIORS A college rep. from Florida Gulf Coast University will be on campus Tuesday, February 18, at 9:30
a.m. The rep. from FAU Honors College will be in the Guidance office on January 30 at 8:45am. Sign up in the guidance
office if you would like to attend.
JHS WARRIOR CHORUS is selling JHS UV sun shirts to help fundraise for their upcoming competition in NYC. The shirts
are $40 each, and are designed by local artist Melissa Rinaldi. Please see Mr. Moore or any chorus member if you are
interested in purchasing a shirt and supporting the chorus!
JUNIORS interested in representing JHS in the Annual Girls & Boys State Conference can pick up an application in the
Guidance Office. The Conference allows delegates to participate and familiarize themselves with the process of forming
local, county and state-level governments, and gain an understanding of how political parties work. JHS Representatives
will receive an all-expenses paid trip to Tallahassee where they will tour the capital and stay on campus at Florida State
University. Each delegate has the opportunity to receive three hours of college credit. See Mrs. DeCabia in guidance
with any further questions.
CLUBS
BEYOND BREAST CANCER is a club devoted to spreading awareness of the breast cancer epidemic and donating to the
Susan G. Komen foundation. We are very concerned with the major public health issue of breast cancer as it is the
second leading cause of cancer death in females. We will be hosting a fundraiser at Culver’s from 4p.m. to 8p.m. today,
January 14, and ten percent of the net proceeds will go towards our efforts. Stop by with your friends and family!
NTHS The National Technical Honor Society will have signups for Limestone Creek Tutoring Tuesday and Wednesday
after school in room 4-209.
THE SECME Engineering Club will begin meetings this Thursday (1/16) after school in room 6-209. If you are interested in
joining, please stop by and see what we are all about. If you have your forms filled out, please bring them with you to
the meeting.
BATTLE OF THE BOOKS TEAMS The Battle of the Books online competition will take place in the media center during
lunch on Tuesday 1/21. Please bring your lunch and arrive at the beginning of the period so we have enough time.
FIRST PRIORITY Meets today (Tuesday) during lunch in portable 15. Everyone is invited.
PULL TABS from the holiday Ronald McDonald contest are due this Friday, January 17, to Mrs. Lanza in room 4-116
before school and throughout the day, but not after 7th period. Thank you to all that participated! The winner will be
announced the following week. Also if you are part of the club and have picked up the chips, those are due by
Wednesday (1/15). If you have not picked up the chips, please do so by Wednesday.
DRAMA CLUB There is a meeting today (1/14) in the auditorium after school until 4:15. We will be discussing the Pippin
Auditions and technical positions available for Pippin. There is an audition for the spring musical Pippin January 27 from
2:45 to 5 pm after school. You must prepare 16 bars from a song in the style of the show. There is also an opportunity
to audition a Shakespeare Monologue and Sonnet. January 24th after school. See the callboards outside 9-111, or Mr.
Barfield with any questions.
TODAY IS THE LAST DAY KEY CLUB is selling discounted SF Fair tickets in Mr. Hammett’s P1. 10% of our sales goes directly
to Children’s Miracle Network @ Shands Hospital. ($20 Ride Voucher tickets. $10 Adult Ticket, $7 Senior Tickets, $5
Children Tickets, $99 Mega Saver (4 adult, 2 ride vouchers and $20 food vouchers)
SPORTS
WARRIOR WRESTLING The team placed 2nd at the Coral Springs Tournament last weekend. Going undefeated in 9
matches was Aiden Alexander. Here are the results of the duals. We compete this Saturday in a JV Tournament at
Wellington HS. (Jupiter 45 Dillard 27, Jupiter 66 American Heritage 18, Columbus 54 Jupiter 18 Jupiter 54 Western 20,
Jupiter 42 Douglas 36, Jupiter 54 Stranahan 24, Jupiter 74 Westminster Christian 9, Jupiter 62 Park Vista 18, Jupiter 42
Coral Springs 36)
TENNIS REMINDER You have until January 16th to turn your paperwork in to Coach Babcock in room 4-212 or Coach
Lang in room 4-107. January 16th is your final day. January 21st is the first day of tryouts.
FLAG FOOTBALL Conditioning is Tuesdays and Thursdays immediately after school and will continue until tryouts begin.
Meet in the stadium in the stands. You will need to have a completed athletic eligibility packet on file before you can
condition, and you will need to be dressed to run. Official tryouts will be the week of January 27.
We conclude today’s news with a video to get you excited for this year’s Grad Bash on April 3. Have a great day,
warriors!