The Jaguar Band Color Guard proudly presents it's 2020 Winterguard show titled "Blueprint". Blueprint is a colorful and moving depiction of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s speech, "What is Your Life's Blueprint?", that he made to a group of students at Barratt Junior High School in Philadelphia on October 26, 1957 - six months before he was assassinated. In his speech, Dr. King tells the young people in the audience, "each of you is in the process of building the structure of your lives, and the question is whether you have a proper, a solid and a sound blueprint". He suggests two things upon which one can build a solid and sound blueprint:
a deep belief in your own dignity, your worth and your own somebodiness, and
the determination to achieve excellence in your various fields of endeavor.
The floor tarp upon which the Jaguar Band Winterguard performs is a replica of the actual blueprint used to build Johnson High School. The audio of Dr. King's speech is accompanied by costumes which wrap each Guard member in blueprints and flags that represent a deep belief in individual dignity and determination to achieve excellence, The Guard's performance across the school's blueprint represents the Jaguar student's process of building the structure of their lives here at Johnson High School.