Daily Announcements

10TH GRADE PSAT ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29 All students taking the PSAT must be on campus by 7:30 AM. Students who attend virtually should report directly to the media center.  Brick and Mortar students should report to their assigned testing locations. If you plan on getting picked up after the test you must bring a parent note to Student Services in the morning.  Virtual students who do not leave after the test will remain in the media center until our normal dismissal time.

PSAT 10th Grade reminders: Bring ID and Calculator, #2 pencil – not mechanical, a sweater, Extended time bring a bagged lunch and snacks, Student locators are posted in the atrium windows. Virtual Students may get an ID in the Media Center starting at 6:45 AM.


RED RIBBON WEEK focuses our awareness on the destruction that drugs including alcohol can cause in a person’s life. All too often, drug use negatively impacts our lives in areas such as school, work, mental/physical health, or our relationships with others. Many teens and parents struggle with substance use disorders. Some struggle silently, while others have obvious challenges. Chances are that you or someone you know is experiencing the unintended consequences of substance use. Please reach out to our mental health team here at JHS. They are here to help! #behappy #bebrave #bedrugfree. Stay tuned and Celebrate a Drug Free Life and Dance for Red Ribbon Week! https://youtu.be/kFHrqGjnuy8


THE GEORGE SNOW SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION MEETING  For Jupiter High School students is Nov 17, at 3:00 PM. Join the Zoom Meeting  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84909909563?pwd=RFkzYUVBOW1iN29LNWRPaloxbDVVZz09 

Meeting ID: 849 0990 9563, Passcode: 566593, +1 646 558 8656 US


SGA NEWS We are holding our first student forum in the auditorium on Wednesday, November 4th during 1st period. Feel free to DM us any questions or suggestions on Instagram, or use our QR codes located in the atrium, 5000 hallway, 7000 hallway, and other various locations, and we will answer them! Teachers, please choose one student in your first hour to attend and gather information to share back to class.


HALLOWEEN FOOD DRIVE 1 can = 1 hour There’s a food drive this Saturday, Halloween, from 9 am – 11 am in the JHS Gym Parking Lot. Leave food cans in your trunk or drop off food cans in Rm 4-112 through Friday.


NHS MEMBERS: Please join the Remind: Returning members – @nhsreturn – New members [email protected] It is imperative that members join the proper Remind groups to receive information and activities. Please remember that quality points are needed to remain a member.

TODAY is the first Home Girls Volleyball game at 6pm vs Palm Beach Gardens. Please follow our facebook account for a live stream of the game. https://www.facebook.com/jupiterwarriors


DECA DECISION WEEK (10/26 to 10/29) If you are in DECA and need help deciding your competition event for this year, join the Google Meet at 4 PM on the DECA Google Classroom. This is where you can ask officers questions, receive advice, and try sample events today and Thursday. 


CHILDHOOD CANCER SUPPORT CLUB If you or someone you know has been affected by childhood cancer, please consider joining this Club at Jupiter High School. The first short, organizational meeting is on Thursday, October 29th at 3:15pm.  Join our Google Classroom (code sq43vyi) and we will see you there! 


CHOSP CLUB If you are interested in collecting items for our local children’s hospital while also earning community service hours, please join our new club: The Children’s Hospital Volunteer Club. The google classroom code is: jcmk7i2. To join the remind text @chosp20 to 81010. WE HAVE MOVED OUR FIRST MEETING DATE TO MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2ND. Please join the google classroom for more information about the club!


GIRLS WEIGHTLIFTING Any girls grades 9-12 interested in being a part of the 2020-2021 Team needs to join the Girls Weightlifting Google Classroom by using the code: zkhpmod. A completed Athletic Eligibility Packet is due to Coach Kenerson by October 28th, 2020.


THE DANCE TEAM is holding our first ever virtual auditions. Please email Coach Gigi at, [email protected] to receive the audition packet! The Due date for all parts of the packet is November 6, 2020. 


STUDENTS AGAINST MELANOMA Club members – The next meeting of the SAM club is today at 3:30pm. We are announcing a fun sun safety video contest with prizes so all members should attend – the video is a community service opportunity and will earn you hours. See you then!


LATINOS IN ACTION ESOL TUTORING Attention ESOL Students, If you need help with your homework, please come and join us on Wednesday afternoons from 2:45-3:45 pm in room 1-163 in the Media Center. Hope to see you there!


LATINOS IN ACTION PROJECT TOYS FOR TOTS TO GUATEMALA Donate unwrapped toys (cars, trucks, puzzles, dolls, action figures, teddy bears, other small toys). Bring your donation to the courtyard from 7-7:30 am now – Nov. 20. You may receive 2 community service hours for each toy donated. Gracias!


WARRIORS AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING The club’s first meeting is Thursday, October 29 after school in Mrs. Hansen’s Rm 5-109. Google Classroom Code: 5nvm7be


SPEAK UP FOR KIDS Is putting together 15 baskets filled with essentials for kids in need. For every $10 of items donated, 1 community service hour will be awarded through the Speak up for Kids and Guardian ad Litem Foundation. Bring all sealed and unused donations to Rm 6-207. To Join the remind text @speakupf to 81010 or enter the code in the Remind App. Contact Rachel Fassberg or Aspen Inouye with questions or go to speakupforkidspbc.org (until 11/19)


SOCTOBER Bring in Brand NEW pairs of socks and receive community service hours. Socks are being collected for The Homeless Coalition of PBC. The number one requested item from our homeless population is socks.   Drop off socks to Portable 1 before October 31st and receive a trick or treat!!


HAPPY BIRTHDAY John Austgen, Juana Cardona Rojas, Zachariah Greathouse,  Ruby Parkell,  Kylie Smith, Kyler Szarlip, Brandon Xiquita Alvarez!


KEY CLUB’S QUOTE OF THE DAY  “Life is like a camera, you FOCUS on what’s important; CAPTURE the good times; DEVELOP from the negative; and if things don’t work out, take another SHOT”