Daily Announcements

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY Last week the team competed in two meets. Wednesday was hosted by Suncoast at Dyer Park where Mikey Holtrup led the team to another victory! Saturday was the 38th Annual Spanish River Invitational at South County Regional Park in Boca Raton. The team was missing #1 Mikey Holtrup and #3 Theo Endrud still managing a 5th place finish out of 16 teams. season and Lifetime bests were run on our favorite, fast course. Congratulations Warriors!


Meet the Scientist ZOOM lecture November 10 – 7pm. Dr. Andre Steinecke with Max Planck Florida will present, “Brain Development: From Single Cell to the Most Complex Structure Known to Human Kind.” https://zoom.us/j/95970513904?pwd=V2gxRG00eVBTYlFsanN1QkdkdHNvQT09


WRESTLING If you are interested in wrestling this year you MUST get your physical packet COMPLETELY AND CORRECTLY COMPLETED and turned in to Coach Raz in room 1162 by this Friday (11/6/20) or you won’t be able to participate. You can email Coach Raz at [email protected]


VOTE FOR CHRIS VOLPE, JHS graduate, For The United States Marine Corps Fighting Spirit Award 



THIS FRIDAY’S FOOTBALL game Is a blackout and Stadium Grill is set to live-stream the game at 6PM. 


SPORTS Any students wishing to try out for winter sports, your eligibility packet needs to be turned in this week if you want to be ready to start on day 1. The last day to turn them in is November 13, no exceptions.


BASEBALL Mandatory baseball players meeting at the field on Friday 11/6.  9th & 10th graders at 3pm, and then 11th & 12th graders at 3:30pm.Any questions see Coach Mook or email him at [email protected]


JV Football conditioning will begin on November 30th.  All interested players should register with Coach Freeman at [email protected]



There is an informational google meet today (11/5) after school at 3:30 to discuss tryouts. To join the meet, please make sure you have joined the Google class using code: lp54smx. If you have any questions, please stop by Coach d’s room 6-106 or email him at [email protected]   


GIRLS SOCCER Anyone interested in Varsity or JV, there is an information meeting today (11/5) at 3 pm after school on Google Meet.   If you haven’t joined the JHS girls soccer classroom already, the class code is 34n2xwg. If you have any questions please email Coach Almeida at [email protected]


SOFTBALL Any girl interested in trying out for softball, there will be a google meet today (11/5) at 7 PM. This meeting is for players and least one parent or guardian to attend. The join code is bvdu4wa. Any questions, email Coach Ahern ([email protected]


GIRLS BASKETBALL Any girl interested in playing basketball for JHS this year should either stop by and see Coach Lynch in portable 5 or email him at [email protected] In order to try out you must complete the entire athletic packet on the school website and turn it into our athletic director ASAP.  You may not try out or participate until it is turned in and approved.


SENIORS, Are you a leader among your peers?  Have you dedicated your time and energy to helping our school and our community?  Are you interested in earning as much as $4,000 toward your college tuition?  If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might be a qualified candidate for the PRESTIGIOUS 2021 PATHFINDER AWARDS. Download the Pathfinder Nomination Form and complete it in full by Friday, November 13th. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Muncy in room 4-110, Mrs. Jeffs in room 5-207, or Ms. DeCabia in Guidance.  You must include a resume to be considered. Pathfinder Nomination Form: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aNi8cys6_MtjTAkicZiTWHXPr_cbJsMnGNalaKf20RU/edit?usp=sharing


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. 


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!


THE GREEN TEAM is a club dedicated to keeping Jupiter High School clean and sustainable. We work with organizations in our community as well as starting events and initiatives in our own school. The opportunity to help with recycling and receive community service is available to all, even if you don’t join the club. We meet every Wednesday at lunch. Join the google classroom with the code zv4vtpc.


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)


JUPITER Police Department Cops Teens Talk Is upcoming on November 10 at 3:15. Reminder it is located in the New PD community room located across the way from the community center.  The program is an opportunity for you to meet your local police officers and discuss topics that are important to high school teens like you. Topics include: personal wellbeing, personal safety, mental illness, school safety, drugs and alcohol addiction, police interactions, social media, bullying, and more.  Come build relationships, enjoy some food as well as earn community service hours. We will be taking extra safety precautions. Areas will be thoroughly sanitized, social distancing will be practiced, and masks will be mandatory unless eating. For more information, or if you have questions, please contact Officer Zeitz with The Jupiter Police Department at 561-741-2426 or email [email protected]


HAPPY BIRTHDAY Bridgette Anthony, Dilma Domingo Nolasco, Debra Farrington, Lucarius McCray, Ella Nordhoff, and Andy Vail-Ramirez!


KEY CLUB’S QUOTE OF THE DAY It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light. –Aristotle