Daily Announcements

CONGRATULATIONS to the girls cross country team for once again winning Thursdays meet held at Dyer Park.  The team was led by Senior Sydney Buck who not only won the race but also set a new personal record in a time of 19:49.  Others scoring points for the Warriors were Alexa Hanssen, Toni Contento, Sofia Mazzota, and Carlyn Russell.  Several other Warriors ran personal bests.  Way to go ladies!

BASEBALL For anyone who wants to play spring baseball, your completed athletic packet is due to Coach Mook December 16th and/or 17th! Any issues, see Coach Mook in room 6-215 or email him at [email protected]

BOYS SOCCER TRYOUTS  today through Thursday, Nov. 9-12th.  Friday will be a makeup day for the weather if needed. Where: JCP fields. When 3:15- 4:50 Please be on time. Bring your own water, wear a face covering to and from the field. Please bring a white shirt and dark-colored shirt to tryout every day.

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

JUPITER HIGH’S VIRTUAL ACADEMIES OPEN HOUSE is tonight, Nov. 10, from 6-8 PM. Opening session and Google Meet Links will be on JupiterHighSchool.org.

FREE! FREE! FREE!!! SCHOOL BREAKFAST AND LUNCH IS FREE FOR ALL STUDENTS UNTIL SEPTEMBER 2021!

ATTENTION ALL NHS MEMBERS! Dues collection will take place on Tuesday and Thursday this week during both lunches. Please bring the dues to Mrs. Sparks’s room 1-155. It is at the end of the hallway next to the library. New members have to pay $40 and returning members must pay $10. Virtual learners: there is an opportunity to pay on palmbeach.schoolcashonline.com. Email [email protected] with questions. Remember, failure to pay dues will invalidate your membership.

JUNIORS AND SENIORS Are you interested in being a part of the National Social Studies Honor Society?  If you have a 3.0 semester grade average in EVERY Social Studies course taken, a 3.0 overall GPA, and no out of school suspensions, you can apply!  Online applications are available on your social studies teachers’ google classrooms. Hard copies can be found in Mrs. Hanssen’s room, 5-112. All hard copies must be turned into the front office bin or to room 5-112 when completed. If you are a senior and were accepted last year, you DO NOT need to reapply.

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 

SENIORS! If you are 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

LATINOS IN ACTION PROJECT Toys for tots to Guatemala Bring donations to the courtyard from 7-7:30 am thru Nov. 20.

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. 

JUPITER POLICE DEPARTMENT COPS TEENS TALK Is canceled due to extra safety precaution. For more information, or if you have questions, please contact Officer Zeitz at 561-741-2426 or email [email protected]

HAPPY BIRTHDAY Debora Fontanez, Michael Hartig, Madison Hay, Morgan Lury, Hailey Petroni, Sophia Rodas!

SGA NEWS 

  • Today we will be having our first student forum in the auditorium during 1st period. We encourage you to DM questions and suggestions to our Instagram @jhssga, or use our QR codes located in the 5000 hallway, 7000 hallway, atrium, and other various locations. Teachers, we encourage you to select one brick and mortar student to attend the student forum and bring back information.
  • The athlete of the week is Christian Orth! Christian is a highly ranked football player in Palm Beach County, a captain of the Warrior football team and a top student. He’s also a very nice guy. Congratulations!
  • The teacher of the week is Mr. Hetu. Thank you for all you do for students!
  • We officially have a website! To access the brand-new SGA webpage, please go to the Jupiter high school website, go to the students and parents option, then click on the SGA option. We will be sure to keep all information up-to-date, so be sure to check it out. https://sites.google.com/stu.palmbeachschools.org/jhssga/home
  • This Friday, we encourage you to join us at Stadium Grill in Downtown Abacoa to watch the Jupiter vs. Palm Beach Gardens game. Kickoff is 6. Hope to see you there!
  • The Palm Beach Food Drive is from now to November 13th. Be sure to turn in cans to 4-217 through your first period class!
  • We are currently accepting suggestions, questions, and Teacher of the Week nominations, which you can submit to our Google Form located on the QR codes or our Instagram bio. Student of the Month nomination forms have been emailed to teachers. https://sites.google.com/stu.palmbeachschools.org/jhssga/suggestions

HOLOCAUST EDUCATION WEEK Is observed by The School District of Palm Beach County from Nov. 9 – Nov. 13 because we must strive to overcome prejudice and inhumanity through education, vigilance, and tolerance.
Florida Holocaust Education Week Events – Tuesday, November 10, 2020

  • 11 AM – The Holocaust Through Are and Writing How was it Humanly Possible? Featuring artist and educator Liz Elsby RSVP at holocaustmemorialmiamibeach.org/2020hew
  • 1 PM – Kristallnacht: Night of Broken Glass Film and Presentation. View the film online at holocaustmemorialmiamibeach.org/night_of_broken_glass/ RSVP at holocaustmemorialmiamibeach.org/2020hew
  • 7 PM – Kristallnacht: The End of the Beginning and the Beginning of the End Featuring Dr. Oren Baruch Stier, Professor of Religious Studies and Director, FIU Holocaust and Genocide Studies Program. Register at us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYucemspzoiGNTwhLjb0Tilvg70ypMM30OQ For more information, visit fldoe.org/holocausteducation