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

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...

Warrior football is back

Warrior football is back

Story by: Karson Ilhardt, Sports Editor

October 1, 2020

The Palm Beach County School District returned to brick-and-mortar learning on Sept. 21, the same day Jupiter High’s football players officially began preparing for the 2020 season. Although their season will be unconventional, the players are excited to get back on the field, especially following t...

Active hurricane season not over yet

Waves crash along the shore of Jupiter Beach on Sept. 23. Several tropical cyclones in the Atlantic brought heavy surf to the area.

Story by: Hayley Grimes, Staffer

September 29, 2020

The 2020 hurricane season is one for record books, and we still have two months to go. So far, we’ve had 23 named storms, eight hurricanes and two major hurricanes. “An active hurricane season happens as a response to warmer seas,” Aaron Lichtig, a Jupiter High science teacher, said. “Hurri...

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...

Jupiter remembers friend and teammate Simon Baker

Jupiter remembers friend and teammate Simon Baker

Story by: Gianna Grieco and Karson Ilhardt, Sports Editors

September 23, 2020

On a clear afternoon, with just a pop of clouds in the sky, Jupiter High students, along with friends and family of Simon Baker, gathered at the Jupiter Inlet to remember one of their own, who died by suicide on Aug. 26, 2019. The group of over 50, including Baker’s teammates from Jupiter High’s...

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...

Reading your way through quarantine

Reading your way through quarantine

Story by: Breanna Leary, Lifestyle/A&E Editor

May 21, 2020

Take a break from your phone or computer screen, and pick up that book you’ve been meaning to read. It not only gives your eyes a break but also your mind and is a great way to pass the time while stuck at home. Kailey Cubillas, a Jupiter High sophomore, absolutely loves to read and was an avid rea...

Jupiter High celebrates their ‘Champions of Character’

Jupiter High's Champions of Character honored on May 12 with a surprise parade.

Story by: Gianna Grieco and Karson Ilhardt, Sports Editors

May 18, 2020

Jupiter High honored five recipients of the Student Athletic Community Education (ACES) Champions of Character Award on May 12 with a drive-by parade. The caravan began in Jupiter Farms and continued to the neighborhoods of Rialto and Egret Landing. More than 25 cars, full of friends, family and coa...

Pitching in: Thoughts on COVID-19

A varsity baseball coach encourages a player at the home game on March 6.

Story by: Kylie Ilhardt, Sports Editor

April 9, 2020

The Palm Beach County School District cancelled all spring sports due to COVID-19 on Monday, March 16. Jupiter High athletes were gearing up to start their spring seasons, but because of COVID-19, their seasons were suddenly cut short, leaving many to wonder if and when their season would resume...

Warriors of Jupiter: Michael Fleming

Michael Fleming poses outside his JHS classroom.

Story by: Katie Hiebert

February 25, 2020

Jupiter High’s Advanced Placement U.S. History teacher Michael Fleming has been an educator for 37 years. Although he loves teaching social studies, he is eager to begin a new chapter of his life after he retires in June.  Fleming has always loved history and even studied the subject in college. He e...

Jupiter High senior athletes sign for their futures

Jupiter High senior athletes sign for their futures

Story by: Vanessa Rios

February 14, 2020

On Feb. 5, 28 Jupiter High senior athletes signed with colleges around the nation to play sports at the collegiate level.   Emily Bodenheimer will be attending the University of West Virginia to play softball. Bodenheimer has played softball for 10 years and said she loves the competition. ...

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