Jupiter High students install sunscreen dispensers at local venues

  • Sy O'Neill
  • Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
Dec 13, 2017
RAY Band, a team of Jupiter High students, recently donated Sunscreen Application Machines to a several local public venues. The team, in partnership with the Richard David Kann Melanoma Foundation, was one of the Palm Beach Philanthropy Tank winners and received funds to place the units. Team members are (from left) Liam Rodgers, Josh Borenstein, Daniel Walsh, Seth Rodgers, Jordan Borenstein, January Reissman and Gigi Mattiucci.


Families are invited to enjoy the sounds of the season at a performance at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the cafeteria. The Chorus and students in instrumental labs will be performing. Call the school for more information.


The Winter Band Concert begins at 7 p.m. Tuesday.


The school district has named its outstanding volunteers of the year. Kayla Abramowitz, a sophomore at William T. Dwyer High and founder of Kayla Cares 4 Kids, is the Outstanding Youth Volunteer. Terri Priori, who has volunteered at five schools in the district and is presently at Palm Beach Central High, is the Outstanding Adult Volunteer. Robert D. Miller Jr., the Outstanding Senior Volunteer, has volunteered his time at the elementary (Lincoln, Roosevelt, Washington, Westward and Northmore), middle (John F. Kennedy, Roosevelt), and high school (Twin Lakes, Palm Beach Lakes) levels for more than 46 years.

The GladesFest teacher job fair takes place 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday at the Glades Region Office, 2625 NW 16th St., Belle Glade. At least a dozen positions are vacant and ready to be filled at one of the 12 schools in the Glades area. Teachers hired in the Glades earn an annual supplement of $3,750, have the opportunity to obtain additional jobs to supplement income, gain professional development and earn leadership and career advancement. For more information, email melicia.charleston@palmbeachschools.org.