Jennings County High School is hosting Pantherfest again this year.
It is a fun-filled night that allows the community to see what the school has to offer students.
The event is 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the high school, 800 W. Walnut St., North Vernon.
More than 1,000 people attended Pantherfest last year.
The showcases will display the students’ many talents. Some of the groups scheduled to perform are Touch of Class, the orchestra, the band and the jazz band. The Art and Honors class will offer a painting class.
Each high school department will have a table so students and parents can ask questions and get answers. The athletic department and school resource officer Mike Piirto will be on hand to answer any questions as well.
The armed forces will be represented and answer questions of students thinking of the military as a career.
David Murray of David Murray and Associates will be in a computer lab to help parents with their Free Application for Federal Student Aid forms. That college form is due to the state by March 10, and every college student needs to fill out one out.
Meals will be provided for $2, and many items will be raffled, including a television, Louisville Zoo tickets, Indianapolis Indians tickets and more.