2/11 Announcements

THE CAFE STAFF would like to thank all of the students who participate in our school breakfast and lunch programs.
Higher participation enables us to improve and expand our program. We have recently placed the “Sub Central” cart in
the courtyard. It is located in the same spot where the morning “Donut Hole” cart is located. At lunch, the cart features
cold items such as subs, PBJ, salads, and muffin yogurt platters. The “Tender Vendor” is still located in the concession
stand by the school entrance. We are hoping that “Sub Central” becomes as popular as the “Tender Vendor”. Our goal is
to lessen the lines in the cafe while giving students easier access to obtaining a meal for lunch. Again, we thank you for
your support!
COPS AND TEEN TALK Wednesday, Feb 12, @3:15pm at the Community Center. Pizza, drinks, snacks and Community
service hours available.
CONGRATULATIONS to the JROTC Drill Team for an excellent job at the Seminole Ridge Drill Competition! Placing 1st:
Female Unarmed Squad and LET 1 Squad. 2nd Place: Female Color
WAR CRY Check out Noah and Jason’s enlightening article, “Why do kids vape? We didn’t know, so we asked them,” at
ALLIANCE OF WOMEN EXECUTIVES 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 apply!
PROJECT GRADUATION FUNDRAISER Final Reminder: Deadline to purchase CHICKEN DINNERS to support Project
Graduation is this Friday (2/14). Please consider purchasing for your family or donating a dinner (or two) if you are not
able to join us at the Masonic Light Lodge on 2/23. Dinners are $12.50 and can be purchased easily online at
https://palmbeach.schoolcashonline.com. Order forms along with Cash and checks can also be dropped off in the main
office! Questions email: [email protected]
BEST BUDDIES FUNDRAISER Best Buddies is hosting a fundraiser today (2/11) from 4-8 at the Indiantown Chipotle. Look
for pink flyers throughout the school. They will be donating 33% of the proceeds to Best Buddies!
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 is meeting today (2/11) 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 13th during lunch in room 8-103. There will
be snacks and drinks. Leadership positions will be available. Come to 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. (til 2/21)
CONGRATULATIONS to the wrestlers who placed at the Palm Beach County Wrestling Hall of Fame Championships!
Placing 1st were: Zac Creeden & Aiden Alexander. Placing 4th were: Chris Roberts & Edwin Mendez. This Friday and
Saturday we will be hosting a 34 team wrestling tournament – The John Raich Memorial. Wrestling will start about
2:30pm Friday and run until about 8:30pm. Saturday wrestling will begin at 9:30pm. Admission for JHS students with
their JHS ID will be $3 per session. We hope to see you there! Some of the top wrestlers in the state and in the country
will be there.
STRIVE 5 FOR THE HIVE Allamanda Elementary School is hosting a 5K walk/run that takes place at the Gardens Mall on
March 8th. Race starts at 8am. It 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
IN HONOR OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH we celebrate “Hair Love” for winning an Oscar on Sunday night for best
animated short. It is a story of an African American father who learns how to do his little girl’s hair for the first time.
Former NFL player Matthew A. Cherry was behind the short film. In his acceptance speech, he promoted the CROWN
Act, a law that bans discrimination based on hairstyles associated with race. So far, only New York, New Jersey and
California have signed it into law. His guest at the Oscars was DeAndre Arnold, a senior at a Texas high school,
suspended and told he could not walk at his graduation in the spring unless he cuts his dreadlocks. Here is the short film.