2/17 Announcements

NORTH COUNTY AQUATIC CENTER WILL BEGIN TOWING any vehicle that is not authorized to be in the parking lot
starting Tuesday, February 18th.
THE 2020 SCHOOL EFFECTIVENESS QUESTIONNAIRE (SEQ) Your answers to the SEQ are very important for the
determination of school effectiveness and issues related to School Climate, Diversity, High Expectations, Decision
Making, Student Conduct, and Instructional Leadership. This year, the survey window will be from Monday, February 17
through Friday, March 13. Staff and students will use the SEQ tile in their portals. Parents can access the survey through
this link: http://parent2020seq.questionpro.com/
MEET THE SCIENTIST Our February 18 lecture, To See Or Not To See – Blindsight, by Dr. Juliane Jaepel from Max Planck
Florida starts at 7 pm in the auditorium and will be followed by a Q&A session. Reminder: for security reasons no bags
are allowed unless they are transparent.
CLASS NEWS
UPCOMING COLLEGE VISITS Sign up in the guidance office if you would like to attend an information session. FLORIDA
GULF COAST UNIVERSITY – 2/18 9:30 AM. UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA – 2/27 10:15 AM
ESE BUS FUNDRAISER We are so close! Please order pizza from Papa John’s on Tuesday, February 18th. Mention JHS
ESE, and you will get 20% off your pizza. ESE will get 20% towards the bus. It’s a win win for all of us!
$1500 A YEAR SCHOLARSHIPS FOR EDUCATION MAJORS High School Seniors and Non-Instructional Employees,
application, eligibility criteria, and directions are on the School District Website,
https://palmbeachschools.org/careers/ffea Completed applications must be received by March 30, 2020.
CLUBS
JACOB’S SHOES The Jacob S. Zweig Foundation was formed in honor of Jacob S. Zweig who was tragically killed at the
age of seventeen. Jacob had a natural gift for making everyone, regardless of ability, feel loved and part of a group. To
honor Jacob’s legacy, his family and friends want to support local organizations and continue Jacob’s way of treating
others with dignity and inclusion. Jacob’s Shoes gives children and young adults in need the opportunity to walk with
pride, and go to school or play sports with dignity. The organization provides new and gently used shoes, backpacks,
school supplies, and athletic gear to local children in need. Since 2009, the organization has provided over 135,000 pairs
of new and refurbished shoes. Children receiving the shoes live in poverty, are homeless, or live in shelters. Some live
in foster care or have “aged-out” of foster care. All are in need. Please help collect new and gently used shoes for the
community in need. Items may include shoes of all types and sizes….children through adult size…men’s, women’s
sneakers, cleats, dress shoes. Shoes may be delivered to Mrs. Cronkhite’s room 6-105 now through March 3. Bring your
Community Service Log if you would like hours for your collection time.
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. Bring donations and your community service
form to Mrs. Preston’s Room 4-106.
SGA NEWS
CONGRATULATIONS ATHLETE OF THE WEEK CHRIS ROBERTS Chris is a hard-working student athlete, has been a member
of both the football team and wrestling team, and just last weekend, placed in the top five in his wrestling competition.
BLACK HISTORY MONTH VOICES OF CHANGE
The Hate U Give, by Angie Thomas is a powerful and brave YA novel about what prejudice looks like in the 21st century.
Check out the book in the Media Center and here’s Angie Thomas On the Inspiration Behind the Book