War Cry

  • October 19Early voting in Fla. begins Oct. 19
  • October 14JHS Spirit Week to take place Oct. 26-30
  • October 2Over 200,000 Americans have died from COVID-19
  • October 22021 yearbooks now on sale for $75 at www.yearbookordercenter.com

A new challenger appears! The challenger: Esports club!

A new challenger appears! The challenger: Esports club!

Story by: Aidan Drushal

October 29, 2020

Patricia Potts, Jupiter High’s Media Specialist, is creating a new club for those interested in gaming called Esports.  Esports is short for electronic sports and is a form of competition where gamers square off in teams or individually. Competitions are usually held in a multiplayer setting. ...

ESE program gets new bus

ESE program gets new bus

Story by: Addy Kondik and Gianna Grieco

October 14, 2020

After over a year of fundraising, Jupiter High’s special education program received their brand new, $100,000 bus on Oct. 8. It arrived on campus at 10 a.m. to the delight of students, teachers, faculty and staff.  Principal Dr. Colleen Iannitti was overwhelmed with joy about having a new bus f...

Students return to new rules and regulations

Students return to new rules and regulations

Story by: Jason Dobuler, School News Editor

September 24, 2020

Public school students across Palm Beach County returned to in-person learning on Sept. 21. However, with new procedures and regulations in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the campus they returned to looked a bit different than the one they left. At Jupiter High, most hallways are now one-w...

Welcome Back Warriors

Welcome Back Warriors

Story by: Gianna Grieco, Sports Editor

September 23, 2020

Jupiter High students returned to campus for the first time in over six months on Sept. 21 and were greeted by the school’s Student Government Association and the Athletic Community Education club to give Warriors a proper welcoming on their first day back to brick-and-mortar. SGA and ACES greeted hundreds of students at...

New parking lot for students

New parking lot for students

Story by: Elizabeth Dinow, Staffer

September 22, 2020

Jupiter High’s parking situation is crowded. However, over the summer, the school added a new parking lot in the area formerly used as a practice field for soccer, football and lacrosse.   Joe Lang, Jupiter High’s Assistant Principal in charge of parking at the school, said Jupiter has been tr...

Study tips for online learning

Study tips for online learning

Story by: Ava Goforth, Staffer

September 18, 2020

In a school year with an unconventional start, that transformed into a hybrid learning model, students are looking for ways to improve their study habits.  Jupiter High started the school year online on Aug. 31 then opened their doors to students who wanted to return to brick-and-mortar on Sept. 21...

Spirit of Jupiter marches on

Madeline Lea leads the Spirit of Jupiter band at a home football game on Nov. 1.

Story by: Peyton Weiss

May 21, 2020

Although the COVID-19 pandemic has kept students off campus, Jupiter High’s award-winning band, the Spirit of Jupiter, is still making efforts to practice through quarantine, in addition to completing assignments on music theory.  “The music theory packets are really long and extensive, but t...

Jupiter applauds its graduates

Principal Dr. Colleen Iannitti presents JHS senior Jared Craig with a grad bag and yard sign on May 19.

Story by: Nicole Christie

May 20, 2020

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, all large gatherings have been either canceled or postponed. Jupiter High’s class 2020 won’t get an in-person graduation but rather a virtual one. However, the school’s administration and the local community are showing their love for the graduates with drive-by...

Jupiter High’s SGA honors class of 2020 with video

Jupiter High’s SGA honors class of 2020 with video

Story by: Gianna Blefary

May 1, 2020

Jupiter High School’s Student Government Association created a video montage starring JHS faculty and staff to honor graduating seniors. Teachers and staff each held up a sign with a word or phrase that together created a heartfelt message to the class of 2020. “Several teachers were talking in a group ...

JHS raises mental health awareness

Michael and Tammy DeLeonardo, JHS faculty members, present a video lesson on mental health that was available to students via Google Classroom on May 1.

Story by: Nicole Christie

May 1, 2020

During the coronavirus pandemic, mental health is more important than ever. Jupiter High School conducted a seven-lesson series on mental health beginning April 23. The virtual lessons were presented in Google Classroom, and if students wanted follow-up with school personnel regarding the topic of...

JHS teacher and her family make masks to help Jupiter community

JHS teacher and her family make masks to help Jupiter community

Story by: Katie Hiebert, Features Editor

April 30, 2020

Glenda Sidman, a French teacher at Jupiter High, is working with her husband, Kevin Sidman, to make and sell masks to help protect JHS faculty and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.   Mr. Sidman has always had a talent for creativity. He owns his own company, Sidman Canvases, where he designs all types o...

Jupiter High keeps up school spirit during COVID-19 crisis

JHS Athletic Director Kim Jalm's post on April 20, participating in the school's

Story by: Angelina Ginossi and Savannah Woods

April 20, 2020

With hopes of staying positive during the Covid-19 pandemic, Jupiter High students and faculty have been participating in “spirit” and “survival” weeks.  John Day, AP Literature teacher and Activities Director, spearheaded the weeks by getting word to the JHS One Tribe family about the theme ...

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