2/10 Announcements

Today there will be a new way students log in to Chromebooks. The first thing you will see is the Sign in Screen. After
clicking next, you have 2 options. Choose the 1st option, ‘Log in using the District Portal’ and then log in with your
normal username and password. After logging in you will automatically be logged in to the portal, removing the step of
having to log in twice.
JUNIORS & SENIORS Remember to get your prom contract from your class sponsor, Ms. DeLeonardo and Ms. Heard.
ALLIANCE OF WOMEN EXECUTIVES awarded twelve $1,500 scholarships last year and this year will be awarding even
more! Two scholarships are reserved for students entering the medical field. All Scholarships are open to young women
who will be graduating from any Palm Beach County high school this year, have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and plan to
attend FAU or PBSC. Deadline is March 1, visit the Scholarship Bulletin at JupiterHighSchool.org or go to AWEinc.org to
WAYS TO COPE is a new club open to all students that want to release negative energy such as anxiety, depression,
stress, etc. Meetings will be held after school on Tuesdays in room 4-113. If you want to join the club or have any
questions, text @waystoc to 81010
THE BAKING CLUB will have its second meeting on Tuesday, February 11 after school in Mrs. Steyn’s room 4-213. If
anyone wants to join but missed the first meeting, please attend this one. Hope to see you there!
BOB ROSS CLUB The first informational meeting will be Thursday, February 13 during lunch in room 8-103. There will be
snacks and drinks. Leadership positions will be available. Come find out more about our club.
DECA is partnering with Youth Crisis Center of Jacksonville to support their efforts to build a healthier community. We
are accepting donations of toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, bar or hand soap, shaving cream, razors, mouthwash and
towels. One hour of community service will be given per 10 items donated. Donations, along with your community
service form, should be brought to Mrs. Preston’s room, 4-106.
STUDENTS HELPING ANIMALS meets today during lunch in portable 12 . New members are welcome!
STRIVE 5 FOR THE HIVE Allamanda Elementary School is hosting a 5K walk/run that takes place at the Gardens Mall on
March 8th. The Race starts at 8am and will be lots of fun. There will be a DJ, Digital Vibez will present, all registered
runners will receive a breakfast at Brio Tuscan Grille, a dry fit race shirt (for the 1st 300 registered), designer medals, &
age category awards. Proceeds go to Allamanda Elementary Health and Wellness. Sign up at Active.com
GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL The lady warriors advanced to the district championship with a 62-31 beat down of Palm
Beach Central Thursday night. The lady warriors were led by Aaydne Ghee (22 points) Ellian Manzo (18 points) and
Veronica Edwards (13 points). Lexi Lynch added a team high 10 assists and freshman Annika Espenship added 6 points.
With the win the lady warriors improved to 18 and 7 on the season.
THE GIRLS SOCCER TEAM lost a heartbreaker to Wellington in the District Finals on Thursday, 2-1. Maddie Brown scored
on a PK for Jupiter and Gretchen Duttenhofer had 10 saves in goal. Jupiter will learn of their seeding in the Regional
Tournament Sunday night and will play away on Tuesday.
VOICES OF CHANGE Tomi Adeyemi, Akwaeke Emezi, Elizabeth Acevedo, Angie Thomas, and Nic Stone are rewriting the
rules of young adult fiction. This week we’ll be focusing on these 5 black women authors who are representing brown
and black girls in literature with love. Check out their books in the Media Center.
Our athlete of the week is last week’s twin, Nick Colasurdo! Nick is a charismatic, hardworking student. Plus, Nick is a
starter for the boys soccer team while still maintaining his grades.
Send your promposal photos and videos to the Instagram account @jhspromposals20 for a chance to win a $50 gift card
to a restaurant of your choice. Also, follow the Instagram account @jhspromposals20 to follow along on all of this year’s
exciting promposals!
The Teacher of the Week is AP Lit Teacher and One Tribe Sponsor, Mr. Day. Mr. Day is a tireless supporter of all of our
extracurricular programs, a first-rate teacher, and a perfect example of a good, caring person. His love of learning and
biting humor make his classes enjoyable, and it seems like he is at every after-school event. Mr. Day makes every day
Student Forum is next Tuesday during 1st period, give your ideas, concerns, and suggestions to your class representative
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!