2/3 Announcements

This year’s PROM theme is… The Golden Gala! Junior-Senior Prom will take place on Saturday, April 18th, 2020 at the
Wyndham Grand hotel at Harbourside. Tickets go on sale early at discounted prices for students that have fulfilled the
requirements, so make sure to pay your dues and eliminate all outstanding obligations. Seniors who attended prom in
2019, and have paid dues in full will be able to pick up a free ticket February 14-17, and seniors with dues paid but no
previous attendance can purchase their discounted $50 ticket February 17-21. As of February 18, seniors with full dues
not paid, and didn’t go to prom last year can purchase full price tickets for $100. Juniors with dues paid can purchase
discounted $80 tickets February 19-27, and full price tickets are available to all Juniors and Seniors from February 20 –
March 20. After Spring Break, the price increases to $125, so don’t delay in your purchase. Don’t forget you need your
Prom contract to purchase a ticket. Seniors pick one up from Ms. Heard and Juniors pick up from Ms. DeLeonardo.
CONGRATULATIONS to the winners of the Palm Beach Dramaworks Young Playwrights 10-Minute Play Contest.
Distractions by Barrett Vargas. One Gift to Go, Please by Jane Montgomery, Potassium Chloride by Allison Dobuler,
Return to Launch Site by Grace Wodar. The winners receive a staged reading performance of their play, a gift of $250,
and their play published in the 2020 anthology of PBD’s winning ten-minute plays.
JUNIORS & SENIORS The Collegeboard is awarding scholarships to students who complete key steps along their path to
college. Juniors – Build Your College List for a chance at $500 and Practice for the SAT® for a chance at $1,000. Seniors –
February is the final month for you to participate in the program. Complete the FAFSA® to earn a chance at $1,000.
Apply to Colleges to earn another chance at $1,000. Complete Your Journey with all six action steps for a chance at a
$40,000 scholarship. GO TO https://opportunity.collegeboard.org to get started earning $$$ for college!
ESE BUS FUNDRAISER We are still working on raising funds for the new ESE wheelchair accessible, air conditioned bus.
Chili’s in Jupiter is hosting a Give Back Day on Friday, Feb. 7. Show this flyer to your server, and we will get 20% of your
purchase. We are getting close to our goal and will have 2 more events this month. Keep your eyes and ears open.
JHS SPEECH AND DEBATE The Team is holding a fundraiser at the Jupiter CHIPOTLE on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, from 4:00
– 8:00 PM. Present one of the flyers taped to our hallway walls (help yourself – just please use them!) or tell your cashier
BEFORE you order that you are supporting your speech and debate team. Thank you for your continued support of our
efforts to make travel tournaments available to all students.
CLUB PICTURES The yearbook staff is hosting two media days today and tomorrow (2/3-4) in the gym. Each club is
scheduled for a picture at a specific time, but students can only be photographed with a pass. Please see your club
sponsor for a required pass. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Muncy in room 4-110.
THE BAKING CLUB’S first meeting is today (2/3) at 2:45pm in Mrs. Steyn’s room 4-213. Community service opportunities
are available and baked goods will be at the meeting. Hope to see you there!
Thursday night’s basketball game will be the last home game of the season for our Warriors. It is senior night for both
the Boys Basketball team and the Lady Warrior Dance Team. We would like to encourage you to come to the game and
wear white. If you would like to make a poster for the Senior boys basketball or the Senior Lady Dance team members,
please come by 6-207 to make your poster. See ya at the game. Start time is 7 p.m.
WRESTLING There is still room for volunteers for the tournament on 2/14 & 15. If interested, see Coach Raz in room 4-
109 and sign up. Those that have volunteered in the past are asked to do it again. Thanks.
 9th – Griffin Gilbert: He always participates and follows instructions, he always put the effort into class. Great job
 10th- Seth Goldin- Seth is consistently pleasant, kind, and hard working. He’s always looking to solve problems.
Keep it up Seth.
 11th- Aspen Inouve- Aspen is the definition of determination, she encourages others and strives for excellent,
Great job Aspen.
 12th-Eva Waters- Eva is hardworking and shoots for the best every time. Great jon Eva.
OUR ATHLETE OF THE WEEK is Junior Jack Colasurdo. Jack is kind, helpful, and an excellent student, all the while being a
varsity soccer player on the boys team!
Leadership students participated in last week’s District V Rally, competing against students from Boca to Ft. Pierce. Out
of 6 categories, Jupiter SGA came home with 4 trophies. Citizenship Development -3rd place, Environmental Awareness
and Hall of Ideas – 2nd place, and Membership Motivation took home 1st place. Additionally, Jackson Wodraska was
crowned Rock, Paper, Scissors district champ. It was a very successful Saturday. Jupiter SGA will move on to states in
Please DM us on Instagram or use our suggestion boxes located in student services, the media center and room 4-217 to
give us input or ideas on our events. Have a great week warriors!!