War Cry

  • September 27New season pass tickets for any Jupiter home game for any sport. $60 for the entire year.
  • September 122020 yearbooks on sale for $100 at www.yearbookordercenter.com until May 1.

Notre Dame Cathedral will not be fully restored

Notre Dame Cathedral will not be fully restored

Story by: Addy Kondik

February 1, 2020

On April 15, 2019, the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris suffered severe damage from a fire. Today, only fifty percent of the structure is being rebuilt. High school student Lexi Francois, who has family in France and has been to Paris more times than she can count, thinks the Cathedral should be complete...

Iranian Air Strike and Retaliation

Story by: Vanessa Rios

January 28, 2020

Iranian General Qasem Soleimani was killed in a U.S. ordered airstrike near the Baghdad Airport in Iraq on Jan. 2.    In May 2019, the Pentagon designated the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, which was led by Soleimani, as a terrorist group. The Pentagon stated Soleimani and his troops wer...

California school shooting left at least one dead and several injured

California school shooting left at least one dead and several injured

Story by: Lindsey Fine

November 14, 2019

A shooting at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita left at least one dead and several injured.  All of the victims were students, and the gunman was also a member of the student body, Sheriff Alex Villanueva of Los Angeles County told NBC in Los Angeles.  The local hospital reported one female d...

New texting and driving laws

New texting and driving laws

Story by: Savannah Woods

October 3, 2019

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles implemented a new law for all licensed drivers, which prevents any use of a handheld device while driving in school and work zones on Oct. 1. The first part of the law was passed on July 1, preventing drivers from texting while driving....

The Out of the Darkness: Suicide Prevention Walk on Sept. 28

The Out of the Darkness: Suicide Prevention Walk on Sept. 28

Story by: Angelina Ginossi

September 27, 2019

Come walk this Saturday, Sept. 28, at the Out of the Darkness: A Suicide Prevention Walk at John Prince Park in Lake Worth. The walk is a national movement with the goal of encouraging people to open up to others about their personal struggles. Across the U.S., hundreds of people walk in honor of...

Tracking storms Karen and Lorenzo

Tracking storms Karen and Lorenzo

Story by: Savannah Woods

September 25, 2019

The tropics are heating up. Tropical storms Karen and Lorenzo are churning in the Atlantic, and sub-tropical cyclone Jerry continues its treck east. It’s uncertain whether Karen will strike the U.S. or not, but Puerto Rico experienced heavy rains and wind from the storm Sept. 24. According...

Bahamian hurricane survivors flee to Palm Beach County

Bahamian hurricane survivors flee to Palm Beach County

Story by: Peyton Weiss

September 24, 2019

Survivors of Hurricane Dorian fled the storm-ravaged islands of the Bahamas to seek safety in Jupiter, Fla. Hurricane Dorian hovered over the Bahamas for two days, Sept. 2 and 3, with 185-mile sustained winds, leaving almost total devastation and more than 70,000 Bahamians homeless. Dorian victims...

America takes steps to stop teen vaping

America takes steps to stop teen vaping

Story by: Christina Paraschiv

September 23, 2019

Vaping has become an epidemic in America, especially among middle and high school students. President Donald Trump recently sat down in the Oval Office with U.S. government's health officials. “We can’t allow people to get sick and we can’t have our kids be so affected,” Trump said. As...

Walmart cuts back on sales of guns and ammunition

Walmart cuts back on sales of guns and ammunition

Story by: Christina Paraschiv

September 17, 2019

Walmart has recently cut back on the sales of guns and ammunition and has asked shoppers to refrain from carrying guns within its stores. After multiple mass shootings across the country, including the Parkland, Fla. school shooting that killed 17, companies have started to implement bans on the...

Officer O’Sullivan shares his story of 9/11 to Jupiter High students

Officer O’Sullivan shares his story of 9/11 to Jupiter High students

Story by: Kaysa Flemk-Joli and Francesco Beltrano

September 11, 2019

Officer Kevin O’Sullivan, Jupiter High School’s Resource Officer, was a Lieutenant in the New York City Police Department and was assigned to the 20th precinct on Sept. 11, 2001. O’Sullivan was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant on June 29, 2000. About a year later, he was assigned to work at...

Hurricane Dorian expected to hit Florida as a Category 4

Hurricane Dorian expected to hit Florida as a Category 4

Story by: Lindsey Fine

August 28, 2019

Hurricane Dorian is predicted to hit Palm Beach County as a Category 4 on Mon. As of 7:19 p.m. on Aug. 29, Dorian has maximum sustained winds of 85 mph as it nears the eastern part of the Bahamas. “The risk of dangerous storm surge and hurricane-force winds is increasing in the central and northwestern...

Shooting in Jupiter Farms

Shooting in Jupiter Farms

Story by: Katie Kleinman

April 10, 2019

On the morning of April 7, 37-year-old Jason Lee was found dead outside his house in Jupiter Farms. Deputies responded to the call at 12:30 a.m. and found Lee with five gunshot wounds to the face and chest. Tiffany Buck, Lee’s girlfriend, told police she heard gunshots when Lee went outside to talk...

The Student News Site of Jupiter Community High School
News