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The Student News Site of Jupiter Community High School

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An artist performing at Sunfest in Downtown West Palm Beach

Jupiter High Students experience Sunfest 2022

Story by: Elizabeth Dinow, News Editor May 18, 2022

Sunfest, an annual music festival, was held from April 28 until May 1 in downtown West Palm Beach. Headlining Sam Hunt, Polo G, Lil Wayne and AJR, Sunfest featured 50 artists. In addition to the music,...

Busch Wildlife is moving to a new location in Jupiter Farms.

Busch Wildlife Sanctuary to relocate to Jupiter Farms

Story by: Emily Jacox, Staffer April 1, 2022

On June 3, 2021, Busch Wildlife Sanctuary, located in Palm Beach County, announced that they would be moving locations to Jupiter Farms sometime in 2022. Jupiter Farms is known to have vast amounts...

What Russia invading Ukraine means for U.S.

What Russia invading Ukraine means for U.S.

Story by: Elizabeth Dinow, News Editor March 7, 2022

Russia began firing missiles across Ukraine on Feb. 24. Vladimir Putin, Russian president, announced for a “special military operation” to take place. The invasion followed this announcement.  The...

New coral disease impacts South Florida

New coral disease impacts South Florida

Story by: Ava Goforth, Lifestyle Editor and Photo Manager February 28, 2022

Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease, an epidemic that started in 2014, was discovered off the coast of Miami. Since then, there has been a widespread depletion of coral colonies off the Florida coast and the...

With COVID-19 cases spiking, people are opting to take at home gets instead of getting tested.

U.S. provides free at-home COVID-19 tests

Story by: Payton Gottlieb, Staffer February 2, 2022

The Biden Administration mandated a Health Insurance plan to provide coverage for at-home COVID-19 tests on Jan. 15.  Each family is provided with four free  tests which are delivered within 7-12...

Palm Beach County gets new area code

Palm Beach County gets new area code

Story by: Ryan Preisendorf, Staffer January 7, 2022

Palm Beach County residents are getting a new area code in early 2023 because of a dramatic increase in the area’s population over the past decade. The Florida Public Service Commission announced...

Jupiter businesses are hiring students

Jupiter businesses are hiring students

Story by: Payton Gottlieb, Staffer January 5, 2022

With so many places hiring, Jupiter High students offer recommendations on where to apply and on what jobs are best for teens.  Papichulos Hosting is a popular job, especially for high school students....

Our World in a week: Oct. 18

Our World in a week: Oct. 18

Story by: Ruby Monteith, Features editor October 18, 2021

Colin Powell dies at age 84 Powell died on Oct. 18 from COVID complications and other health issues.   Powell was the first Black US secretary of state from 2001 to 2005. He was a leader in...

FSAs future in question

FSA’s future in question

Story by: Emily McGrail, Op-Ed Editor October 12, 2021

Gov. Ron DeSantis drafted a bill to remove Florida Standardized Testing and replace it with progress checks. The bill will go through the Florida State legislature in March 2022. After five years of...

Our World in a week: Sept. 27

Our World in a week: Sept. 27

Story by: Ruby Monteith, Features editor September 27, 2021

Creating homes using a 3-D printer In Nacajuca, Mexico, home builders are using a 11 foot tall 3-D printer to create new homes. One home can be completed in 24 hours. The homes have been able...

A JHS student wears a shirt on Sept. 3 with a message about dress code policies.

Jupiter High students bring awareness to dress code policies

Story by: Payton Gottlieb and Maddy Torres September 21, 2021

Jupiter High students have been speaking out about the school's dress code since the beginning of September.  They are opposing certain policies, like no rips in jeans above the knees or no spaghetti...

Our World in a Week: Sept. 6

Our World in a Week: Sept. 6

Story by: Ruby Monteith, Features Editor September 13, 2021

Sept. 11 marks the 20th anniversary of 9/11 attacks: https://www.americanprogress.org/issues/religion/news/2021/09/10/503564/personal-reflections-20th-anniversary-911/ Texas abortion ban:  Texas’s...

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