Daily Announcements


THE GIRLS FLAG FOOTBALL TEAM advance to 6-3 on the year with a convincing 20-7 victory over Forest Hill. The offense was led by Gretchen Duttenhoffer who completed 17 of 21 passes for two touchdowns. Defensively, the Warriors were led by Courtney Capar and Caroline Gabriel who both had interceptions. The Warriors will play Suncoast for their last home game & senior night tonight at 7:00.


THE JUPITER HIGH SCHOOL BAND will be hosting world-renowned composer Johan de Meij on April 22nd at 6:00 PM.  Maestro de Meij will be presenting a behind the scenes look at what it’s like to be a composer, show original ideas, sketches, and motifs from his award-winning Symphony No. 1:  Lord of the Rings, having a Q and A session, and will be wrapping up the night by conducting our very own Wind Symphony in concert.  The concert will also feature the symphonic band and the choral program.  Tickets are available at gofan.co. Hope to see you there!


THE JHS DRAMA AND DANCE PROGRAMS will be putting on a showcase in the auditorium on May 16th. Doors open at 5:30 PM and the show starts at 6 PM. Join us as we perform numbers from some of Broadway’s biggest shows! Admission will be $5 for students and $10 for adults.  We hope to see you there! 


NATIONAL TAKE OUR DAUGHTERS AND SONS TO WORK DAY is scheduled for Thursday, April 28. The District will allow our students to accompany a parent or guardian to their workplace. Students participating should submit a note to their school in advance, informing the school of their intent to accompany their parent or legal guardian to work. Participating students will receive an excused absence on April 28, and make-up work must be completed. 


REMINDER the Simon Baker Scholarship applications are due Friday before midnight!


ALSO, These are very excellent opportunities looking for JHS seniors and due April 15:

The Pearl Mae Foundation (pursue healthcare or 1st responder field)

Andrea C. Cameron Memorial Scholarship (Seniors @ JHS only! $4000/yr!) https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mo7QCMkuxTNcv7u4B9-SrCf9XwWNQCw1/edit

GFWC Woman’s Club of JUPITER/TEQUESTA (lives in Jupiter/Tequesta, short essay)

GFWC JR. Woman’s Club of JUPITER/TEQUESTA (live in Jupiter/Tequesta, only girls)

Kiwanis Club of North Palm Beach (Northern PBC high schools, community service)

PBSC First Step 2 Success, Presidential Honors, Premier, 2+2 Scholarships


  1. K’S WEEK IN ART 10th grader Lea Abito’s photograph, Reconnecting with Culture was one of 20 selected from over 1700 entries by curators and artists from the J. Paul Getty Museum and Amplifier. Elena Oberst and S.Johnson were selected for inclusion in the 2022 Statewide Surrealism Exhibition at the Dali Museum in Sarasota. This year we had seven students (Amber Leonard, Leticia Hinojosa, Adela Quintana, Sofia Johnson, Abigail Schaefer, Karen Song) recognized by Women in the Visual Arts (WITVA) including Platinum winner Hunter Hansen who received $500 for his ceramic piece Ocean Reef.


IF YOU ENJOY READING AND WRITING but never have time to work on your pieces or develop your talent, creative writing is for you! If you need a no-stress, no homework, and fun class to help you grow as a writer, then please consider signing up to take Creative Writing 1 & 2 next year. If you are already a skilled writer and you would like to apply for the honors class, please submit a portfolio of 3 original pieces to Mrs. Steyn (1 story, 1 poem, 1 choice piece) and you may be selected to move straight into the honors class. [email protected]


NEED COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS? In honor of Autism Awareness Month, the ASD department is asking for donations.  We are in need of the following items: Small Plushies, Pop-Its, Fidget Spinners, Lanyards, Sunglasses (for girls and boys), Headphones (for computers), Stickers (memes, etc.), Classic Board Games

You can earn hours through the time spent collecting any of these items.  The maximum community service hours you can earn is 5.  Please drop off your items in Room 4-107.  The last day to donate is Friday, May 6th.


ATTENTION FRESHMAN! If you love our beaches and want to get some community service hours, join us in The Great American Cleanup Saturday, April 23rd from 8:45 until 11 am. Registration will begin at 8:45 which is when you will get your community service sheet signed. You can also get a free t-shirt! We can only take 25 people so please sign up with the google form  



THE BOYS VARSITY LACROSSE District Final is TOMORROW at Wellington at 6pm.


COME to the LAST Letters for Rose meeting of the 2021-2022 school year! LFR aims to reduce loneliness among elders during covid-19 by creating and distributing personalized letters to local nursing homes. One hour of community service will be given for the time spent writing your letter! Don’t miss out on some great community service opportunities for a good cause. Our next meeting is on Thursday, April 14th in Ms. Ellis’s room 4118. Google classroom code is 64r6bwi for more details, and text @77g7fec to 81010 for updates!


OPERATION CARE FOR HEROES collects items and ships care packages to our troops serving overseas. We have shipped 3,150 boxes since 2008. Items are packaged by volunteers into boxes and shipped to our troops. DROP OFF ITEMS AT THE JHS OFFICE or any JROTC Classroom. Look for the red box to drop off your donations (Hygiene items: Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, Soap, Q-tips small package) (Entertainment items: Itunes gift cards, Crosswords, Pens), (Snacks: Ground coffee in a bag, Nature Valley granola bars, Quest protein bars, Small cans of pringles, Potato chips, Goldfish crackers, Red licorice, Cliff bars, Rice Krispie Treats)


NATIONAL TECHNICAL HONOR SOCIETY end of year meeting is today (4/13) at 2:50 pm in Room 4-209. Google Meet link is in NTHS Google Classroom.  Seniors that have met all the requirements can pick up their Graduation Cords at the meeting. Requirements have been posted in Google Classroom Stream.


COMPUTER SCIENCE HONOR SOCIETY end of year meeting will be Thursday, April 14th at 2:50pm in Room 4-209. Google Meet link is in CSHS Google Classroom.  Seniors that have met all the requirements can pick up their Graduation Cords at the meeting. Requirements have been posted in Google Classroom Stream.  


NROTC MARINE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM The briefing will be in room 4-112  during both lunches on April 26.  


HOSA is collecting new and (slightly)  used books in good condition until April 15th. Bring to Rm 7-101. These books will be for students, ages 5-11 , and will be donated to Jupiter Elementary School. Community service hours are available for your planning and collection efforts. Thank you!


HAPPY BIRTHDAY Mr. Marin, Ms. Icart, Maria Cax-Escalante, Jake Grubba, Sophie Kelly, 

Yisleni Ramos, Nicholas Russell,  Julian Sotomayor, Lucca Trelles,  Savannah Woods!


AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH FACT: Parents do not and cannot cause autism spectrum disorder. Although the multiple causes of autism are unknown, it is known that parental behavior before, during, and after pregnancy does not cause ASD.