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Monday, December 11

OSTENS WILL BE ON CAMPUS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY FOR CLASS RING DELIVERY, DURNIG LUNCH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.

The varsity cheer team took first place in the super varsity division at the Hornet classic at Bishop Moore high school on Saturday. Congratulations!

ATTENTION STUDENTS TAKING DRIVERS ED CLASS AFTER SCHOOL THIS WEEK.  THE DAYS HAVE CHANGED.  THE CLASSES WILL BE AS FOLLOWS, TUESDAY CANCELLED AND MOVED TO WEDNESDAY 12/6 ANDTHURSDAY IS CANCELLED AND MOVED TO  NEXT MONDAY 12/11.  PLEASE LET YOUR PARENTS KNOW AND ADJUST YOUR SCHEDULE AND RIDES HOME ACCORDINGLY.

 ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS ED FOR THE SPRING SESSIONS.  INFORMATION ONLY IS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME, FROM MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  REGISTRATION WILL NOT BEGIN UNTIL THE WEEK WE RETURN FROM WINTER BREAK.  WITH THAT BEING SAID, KEEP IN MIND,  NO ONE IN 9TH GRADE IS ELIGIBLE FOR DRIVERS ED CLASSES.  YOU MUST BE IN 10TH GRADE OR HIGHER AND ALREADY HAVE A DRIVERS PERMIT IN ORDER TO HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO REGISTER AFTER WINTER BREAK.  ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN GUIDANCE.

Attention any student who is dual enrolled at DSC.  You should all have gone to DSC to register for your classes by now.  If you have not, please see your Creek counselor ASAP.  Remember, a copy of your DSC schedule must be on file with your guidance counselor here at school.  Please make sure this is done before you leave for break.

All Seniors! As you receive your college acceptance letters, remember to bring them in to share with your guidance counselor. We want to celebrate with you!

ATTENTION, STUDENTS AND FACULTY: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF GENTLY USED CLOTHING FOR THE HALIFAX BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CHILDREN’S CENTER. IF YOU HAVE ANY CLOTHING, FOOTWEAR, OR JACKETS/OUTERWEAR THAT IS IN GOOD CONDITION TO DONATE, PLEASE CONSIDER SHARING THIS HOLIDAY SEASON. ALL DONATIONS CAN BE DELIVERED TO THE FOLLOWING ROOMS: MS. RICHARDS (O37), MS. DUNCAN (C10), MRS. LEATHEAD (O21), OR MR. GUFFORD (O33).  OUR COLLECTION WILL CONTINUE UNTIL JANUARY 15TH.  THANKS FROM THE RED CROSS CLUB!

The Papillon (pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble presents, "A Papillon Nutcracker", Friday, December 15th at 7pm in the school auditorium.  Special guests include students here at Creek!  Tickets are 5 dollars at the door.  Come support your friends and your dance team!

 

Friday, December 8

CONGRATS TO THE VARSITY BOYS SOCCER TEAM FOR THEIR 7-0 VICTORY OVER THE DELTONA WOLFPACK. THE HAWKS IMPROVED THEIR RECORD TO 7-0

CONGRATS TO THE VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER TEAM FOR A HARD FOUGHT 3-1 VICTORY OVER MELBOURNE CENTRAL CATHOLIC. THE LADY HAWKS IMPROVED THEIR RECORD TO 9-0

CONGRATS TO THE JV GIRLS SOCCER TEAM FOR RECORDING THEIR 6TH STRAIGHT SHUTOUT AS THEY DEFEATED MELBOURNE CENTRAL CATHOLIC 1-0. THE JV LADY HAWKS IMPROVED THEIR RECORD  TO 6-0

ATTENTION:  IF YOU TAKING THE ACT THIS SATURDAY YOU MUST HAVE A PRINTEED COPY OF YOUR ADMISSION TICKET AND A PHOTO ID.  YOU WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO TAKE THE TEST WITHOUT A PHOTO ID.  THE ID MAY BE A SCHOOL ID WITH YOUR PICTURE ON IT.  THE TEXAS INSTRUMENT TI-NSPIRE CAS IS NOT PERMITTED. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU CHECK THE RULES FOR CALCULATOR USAGE.  

ATTENTION STUDENTS TAKING DRIVERS ED CLASS AFTER SCHOOL THIS WEEK.  THE DAYS HAVE CHANGED.  THE CLASSES WILL BE AS FOLLOWS, TUESDAY CANCELLED AND MOVED TO WEDNESDAY 12/6 AND THURSDAY IS CANCELLED AND MOVED TO  NEXT MONDAY 12/11.  PLEASE LET YOUR PARENTS KNOW AND ADJUST YOUR SCHEDULE AND RIDES HOME ACCORDINGLY.

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS ED FOR THE SPRING SESSIONS.  INFORMATION ONLY IS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME, FROM MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  REGISTRATION WILL NOT BEGIN UNTIL THE WEEK WE

RETURN FROM WINTER BREAK.  WITH THAT BEING SAID, KEEP IN MIND,  NO ONE IN 9TH GRADE IS ELIGIBLE FOR DRIVERS ED CLASSES.  YOU MUST BE IN 10TH GRADE OR HIGHER AND ALREADY HAVE A DRIVERS PERMIT IN ORDER TO HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO REGISTER AFTER WINTER BREAK.  ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN GUIDANCE.

Attention any student who is dual enrolled at DSC.  You should all have gone to DSC to register for your classes by now.  If you have not, please see your Creek counselor ASAP.  Remember, a copy of your DSC schedule must be on file with your guidance counselor here at school.  Please make sure this is done before you leave for break.

Horizon Elementary is in need of extra volunteers for Winter Fest. It's is Dec 8th from 6-8pm. Please stop by activities office if you can help.

COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE BOYS SOCCER TEAMS AT HOME FRIDAY NIGHT AS THEY TAKE ON RIVAL FPC WITH MATCH TIMES AT 545 AND 730. BRING AN UNWRAPPED TOY TO HELP SGA WITH THEIR TOY DRIVE AND RECEIVE FREE ADMISSION TO THE MATCH

Miss Brooke is having a coat drive!  Please consider bringing in gently worn, CLEAN coats, hoodies or sweaters for those students who are without!  There will be a drop-off box at the front office or you can bring them to the Dance Studio (K-40).  This event will be on-going for 3 weeks so start sharing the warmth! #RFSERVES #SCCARES

Next week will be our annual winter week dress up days: Monday: Decoration Day; Tuesday: North Pole Day--Freshmen can dress up as ELVES, Sophomores can dress up as REINDEERS, Juniors can dress up as SNOWMEN, Seniors can dress up as SANTA CLAUSES; Wednesday: Ugly Sweater Day; Thursday: Snowbird Day—Bbbrrrrrrrrrr. Shiver me timbers! Sometimes it’s too cold in other areas (not Florida), so pretend to be like those people and move to sunny, warmer places, like Florida. These people tend to be ELDERLY PEOPLE/GRANDPARENTS;Friday: Polar Express Day.

ATTENTION, STUDENTS AND FACULTY: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF GENTLY USED CLOTHING FOR THE HALIFAX BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CHILDREN’S CENTER. IF YOU HAVE ANY CLOTHING, FOOTWEAR, OR JACKETS/OUTERWEAR THAT IS IN GOOD CONDITION TO DONATE, PLEASE

CONSIDER SHARING THIS HOLIDAY SEASON. ALL DONATIONS CAN BE DELIVERED TO THE FOLLOWING ROOMS: MS. RICHARDS (O37), MS. DUNCAN (C10), MRS. LEATHEAD (O21), OR MR. GUFFORD (O33).  OUR COLLECTION WILL CONTINUE UNTIL JANUARY 15TH.  THANKS FROM THE RED CROSS CLUB!

 

Thursday, December 7

ATTENTION:  IF YOU'RE TAKING THE ACT THIS SATURDAY YOU MUST HAVE A PRINTEED COPY OF YOUR ADMISSION TICKET AND A PHOTO ID.  YOU WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO TAKE THE TEST WITHOUT A PHOTO ID.  THE ID MAY BE A SCHOOL ID WITH YOUR PICTURE ON IT.  THE TEXAS INSTRUMENT TI-NSPIRE CAS IS NOT PERMITTED. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU CHECK THE RULES FOR CALCULATOR USAGE.  

ATTENTION STUDENTS TAKING DRIVERS ED CLASS AFTER SCHOOL THIS WEEK.  THE DAYS HAVE CHANGED.  THE CLASSES WILL BE AS FOLLOWS, TUESDAY CANCELLED AND MOVED TO WEDNESDAY 12/6 ANDTHURSDAY IS CANCELLED AND MOVED TO  NEXT MONDAY 12/11.  PLEASE LET YOUR PARENTS KNOW AND ADJUST YOUR SCHEDULE AND RIDES HOME ACCORDINGLY.

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS ED FOR THE SPRING SESSIONS.  INFORMATION ONLY IS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME, FROM MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  REGISTRATION WILL NOT BEGIN UNTIL THE WEEK WE RETURN FROM WINTER BREAK.  WITH THAT BEING SAID, KEEP IN MIND,  NO ONE IN 9TH GRADE IS ELIGIBLE FOR DRIVERS ED CLASSES.  YOU MUST BE IN 10TH GRADE OR HIGHER AND ALREADY HAVE A DRIVERS PERMIT IN ORDER TO HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO REGISTER AFTER WINTER BREAK.  ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN GUIDANCE.

 Horizon Elementary is in need of extra volunteers for Winter Fest. It's is Dec 8th from 6-8pm. Please stop by activities office if you can help.

 

Next week will be our annual winter week dress up days: Monday: Decoration Day; Tuesday: North Pole Day--Freshmen can dress up as ELVES, Sophomores can dress up as REINDEERS, Juniors can dress up as SNOWMEN, Seniors can dress up as SANTA CLAUSES; Wednesday: Ugly Sweater Day; Thursday: Snowbird Day—Bbbrrrrrrrrrr. Shiver me timbers! Sometimes it’s too cold in other areas (not Florida), so pretend to be like those people and move to sunny, warmer places, like Florida. These people tend to be ELDERLY PEOPLE/GRANDPARENTS; Friday: Polar Express Day.

 

ATTENTION, STUDENTS AND FACULTY: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF GENTLY USED CLOTHING FOR THE HALIFAX BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CHILDREN’S CENTER. IF YOU HAVE ANY CLOTHING, FOOTWEAR, OR JACKETS/OUTERWEAR THAT IS IN GOOD CONDITION TO DONATE, PLEASE CONSIDER SHARING THIS HOLIDAY SEASON. ALL DONATIONS CAN BE DELIVERED TO THE FOLLOWING ROOMS: MS. RICHARDS (O37), MS. DUNCAN (C10), MRS. LEATHEAD (O21), OR MR. GUFFORD (O33).  OUR COLLECTION WILL CONTINUE UNTIL JANUARY 15TH.  THANKS FROM THE RED CROSS CLUB!

Have you heard of the Special Olympics YAC Club?  We have left beautifully painted rocks around the school for you to find.  If you find one come by N-01 for a piece of candy and learn more about our club. 

Tomorrow will be the last day that SGA will be collecting toys to be donated to Toys for Tots.  All of these toys will be distributed next weekend to local families that are less fortunate.  If you feel like giving please drop off a new, unwrapped toy in Mrs. Bundza's room L-01 by the end of the day tomorrow.

 

 

Wednesday, December 6

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE JV AND VARSITY LADY HAWKS BASKETBALL TEAMS FOR THEIR VICTORIES OVER APOPKA HIGH. THE JV TEAM WAS LED BY FRESHMAN BROOKE DAVIS WHO SCORED 11 POINTS AND VARSITY BY SOPHOMORE PERYONNA SYLVESTER WITH 23 POINTS.  GREAT EFFORT WAS GIVEN BY ALL PLAYERS!

ATTENTION STUDENTS TAKING DRIVERS ED CLASS AFTER SCHOOL THIS WEEK.  THE DAYS HAVE CHANGED.  THE CLASSES WILL BE AS FOLLOWS, TUESDAY CANCELLED AND MOVED TO WEDNESDAY 12/6 ANDTHURSDAY IS CANCELLED AND MOVED TO NEXT MONDAY 12/11.  PLEASE LET YOUR PARENTS KNOW AND ADJUST YOUR SCHEDULE AND RIDES HOME ACCORDINGLY.

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS ED FOR THE SPRING SESSIONS.  INFORMATION ONLY IS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME, FROM MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  REGISTRATION WILL NOT BEGIN UNTIL THE WEEK WE RETURN FROM WINTER BREAK.  WITH THAT BEING SAID, KEEP IN MIND,  NO ONE IN 9TH GRADE IS ELIGIBLE FOR DRIVERS ED CLASSES.  YOU MUST BE IN 10TH GRADE OR HIGHER AND ALREADY HAVE A DRIVERS PERMIT IN ORDER TO HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO REGISTER AFTER WINTER BREAK.  ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN GUIDANCE.

 Horizon Elementary is in need of extra volunteers for Winter Fest. It's is Dec 8th from 6-8pm. Please stop by activities office if you can help.

The Boys Weightlifting team will have an informational meeting for those interested in joining the weight team.  The meeting will start at 11:30, in the weight room at lunch, this coming Wednesday.  The weight room is near parent pick up in room L-27.  See coach Nelson at lunch or after school in the weight room if you have any questions before the meeting.   

The members of the Bel Chantique Women's Chorus, Women's Ensemble, Concert Chorus, Men's Chorus and Meistersingers will present their Christmas Choral Concert on Wednesday, December 6, 2017, 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium. There is no admission charge. A free-will donation will be taken. Start your holiday season off with beautiful choral music by attending the Christmas Choral Concert.

ATTENTION, STUDENTS AND FACULTY: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF GENTLY USED CLOTHING FOR THE HALIFAX BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CHILDREN’S CENTER. IF YOU HAVE ANY CLOTHING, FOOTWEAR, OR JACKETS/OUTERWEAR THAT IS IN GOOD CONDITION TO DONATE, PLEASE CONSIDER SHARING THIS HOLIDAY SEASON. ALL DONATIONS CAN BE DELIVERED TO THE FOLLOWING ROOMS: MS. RICHARDS (O37), MS. DUNCAN

(C10), MRS. LEATHEAD (O21), OR MR. GUFFORD (O33).  OUR COLLECTION WILL CONTINUE UNTIL JANUARY 15TH.  THANKS FROM THE RED CROSS CLUB!

 

Tuesday, December 5

ATTENTION STUDENTS TAKING DRIVERS ED CLASS AFTER SCHOOL THIS WEEK.  THE DAYS HAVE CHANGED.  THE CLASSES WILL BE AS FOLLOWS, TUESDAY CANCELLED AND MOVED TO WEDNESDAY 12/6 ANDTHURSDAY IS CANCELLED AND MOVED TO  NEXT MONDAY 12/11.  PLEASE LET YOUR PARENTS KNOW AND ADJUST YOUR SCHEDULE AND RIDES HOME ACCORDINGLY.

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS ED FOR THE SPRING SESSIONS.  INFORMATION ONLY IS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME, FROM MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  REGISTRATION WILL NOT BEGIN UNTIL THE WEEK WE RETURN FROM WINTER BREAK.  WITH THAT BEING SAID, KEEP IN MIND,  NO ONE IN 9TH GRADE IS ELIGIBLE FOR DRIVERS ED CLASSES.  YOU MUST BE IN 10TH GRADE OR HIGHER AND ALREADY HAVE A DRIVERS PERMIT IN ORDER TO HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO REGISTER AFTER WINTER BREAK.  ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN GUIDANCE.

 Horizon Elementary is in need of extra volunteers for Winter Fest. It's is Dec 8th from 6-8pm. Please stop by activities office if you can help.

The Boys Weightlifting team will have an informational meeting for those interested in joining the weight team.  The meeting will start at 11:30, in the weight room at lunch, this coming Wednesday.  The weight room is near parent pick up in room L-27.  See coach Nelson at lunch or after school in the weight room if you have any questions before the meeting.  

Attention everyone who signed for volleyball during lunch.  Play begins today 5 min after the bell.  Please come straight to gym after the bell rings for lunch.  The schedule will be posted on the window by the gym door.  See you at lunch!

 The members of the Bel Chantique Women's Chorus, Women's Ensemble, Concert Chorus, Men's Chorus and Meistersingers will present their Christmas Choral Concert on Wednesday, December 6, 2017, 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium. There is no admission charge. A free-will donation will be taken. Start your holiday season off with beautiful choral music by attending the Christmas Choral Concert.

 

ATTENTION, STUDENTS AND FACULTY: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF GENTLY USED CLOTHING FOR THE HALIFAX BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CHILDREN’S CENTER. IF YOU HAVE ANY CLOTHING, FOOTWEAR, OR JACKETS/OUTERWEAR THAT IS IN GOOD CONDITION TO DONATE, PLEASE CONSIDER SHARING THIS HOLIDAY SEASON. ALL DONATIONS CAN BE DELIVERED TO THE FOLLOWING ROOMS: MS. RICHARDS (O37), MS. DUNCAN

(C10), MRS. LEATHEAD (O21), OR MR. GUFFORD (O33).  OUR COLLECTION WILL CONTINUE UNTIL JANUARY 15TH.  THANKS, FROM THE RED CROSS CLUB!

 

Monday, December 4

Today at lunch in room C-1 Dr. Ringue, the chair of Daytona State College's School of Education to talk about the Education Department at DSC and to answer any questions you may have about teaching. That's December 4th in room C-1.

All Seniors! As you receive your college acceptance letters, remember to bring them in to share with your guidance counselor. We want to celebrate with you!

Horizon Elementary is in need of extra volunteers for Winter Fest. It's is Dec 8th from 6-8pm. Please stop by activities office if you can help.

The Boys Weightlifting team will have an informational meeting for those interested in joining the weight team.  The meeting will start at 11:30, in the weight room at lunch, this coming Wednesday.  The weight room is near parent pick up in room L-27.  See coach Nelson at lunch or after school in the weight room if you have any questions before the meeting.  

Academic Team members and friends of the Academic team, come play in the semiannual 3-2-1 competition after school today in Mr. Wolfson's room, C-11. We play as one big team against schools from around the country; no pressure, just a lot of fun.  See Mr. Wolfson for details. 

Miss Brooke is having a coat drive!  Please consider bringing in gently worn, CLEAN coats, hoodies or sweaters for those students who are without!  There will be a drop-off box at the front office or you can bring them to the Dance Studio (K-40).  This event will be on-going for 3 weeks so start sharing the warmth! #RFSERVES #SCCARES

 

The members of the Bel Chantique Women's Chorus, Women's Ensemble, Concert Chorus, Men's Chorus and Meistersingers will present their Christmas Choral Concert on Wednesday, December 6, 2017, 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium. There is no admission charge. A free-will donation will be taken. Start your holiday season off with beautiful choral music by attending the Christmas Choral Concert.

 

Friday, December 1

Seniors only, stop by the activities office to sign a traditional holiday bulb to be hung in the main atrium. 

Horizon Elementary is in need of extra volunteers for Winter Fest. It's is Dec 8th from 6-8pm. Please stop by activities office if you can help.

On Monday, December 4th, Dr. Ringue, the chair of Daytona State College's School of Education, will be at Creek in room C-1 during lunch to talk about the Education Department at DSC and to answer any questions you may have about teaching. That's December 4th in room C-1.

Are you interested in joining the Boys Track Team? There will be an important meeting this Wednesday 11/29 during lunch in room L04.  See Coach Mowrey if you can’t make it to this meeting.  The team will start conditioning for anyone not in a winter sport Tuesday, December 5th after school.  

The Boys Weightlifting team will have an informational meeting for those interested in joining the weight team.  The meeting will start at 11:30, in the weight room at lunch, this coming Wednesday.  The weight room is near parent pick up in room L-27.  See coach Nelson at lunch or after school in the weight room if you have any questions before the meeting.  

Miss Brooke is having a coat drive!  Please consider bringing in gently worn, CLEAN coats, hoodies or sweaters for those students who are without!  There will be a drop-off box at the front office or you can bring them to the Dance Studio (K-40).  This event will be on-going for 3 weeks so start sharing the warmth! #RFSERVES #SCCARES

The members of the Bel Chantique Women's Chorus, Women's Ensemble, Concert Chorus, Men's Chorus and Meistersingers will present their Christmas Choral Concert on Wednesday, December 6, 2017, 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium. There is no admission charge. A free-will donation will be taken. Start your holiday season off with beautiful choral music by attending the Christmas Choral Concert.

The school store will be open Today and Thursday this week.  All Short sleeve shirts will be $10 including the Breast Cancer Awareness shirts.  All Long Sleeve shirts will be $15.

Seniors:  The yearbook has room for 20 senior ads.  The first twenty to come in with a contract and check, along with late fee will get these spaces.  To purchase come to room L04.  

Wanted to get yearbook in the past?  The yearbook is having an Holiday sale on all yearbooks from 2011-2017.  All books will be $50 from now until the end of 2017.  These will not be offered online and do not include the 2018 edition (this school year).  Stop by L04 to purchase a book.  

 

Thursday, November 30

Seniors only, stop by the activities office to sign a traditional holiday bulb to hang in the main atrium. 

On Monday, December 4th, Dr. Ringue, the chair of Daytona State College's School of Education, will be at Creek in room C-1 during lunch to talk about the Education Department at DSC and to answer any questions you may have about teaching. That's December 4th in room C-1.

Horizon Elementary is in need of extra volunteers for Winter Fest. It's is Dec 8th from 6-8pm. Please stop by activities office if you can help.

Are you interested in joining the Boys Track Team? There will be an important meeting this Wednesday 11/29 during lunch in room L04.  See Coach Mowrey if you can’t make it to this meeting.  The team will start conditioning for anyone not in a winter sport Tuesday, December 5th after school.  

All interested softball prospects: We will be having "open field" every Tuesday and Thursday starting next week until tryouts on January 22nd.  Equipment will be available from 3-4 pm on the softball field to throw, field, and hit.  Use this time to prepare yourself for the season as it is right around the corner!  See Coach Mac if you have any questions.

The Boys Weightlifting team will have an informational meeting for those interested in joining the weight team.  The meeting will start at 11:30, in the weight room at lunch, this coming Wednesday.  The weight room is near parent pick up in room L-27.  See coach Nelson at lunch or after school in the weight room if you have any questions before the meeting.  

SGA was hoping to get your help in collecting toys for Toys for Tots.  Spruce Creek High School has been challenged by Mainland High School to compete against the other VCS high schools to collect the most toys.  SGA will have a collection box in front of the main office or donations can be sent to L-01, Mrs. Bundza’s room.  We will need all donations by December 8th. The toys collected will be gathered by Volusia County’s Toys For Tots Campaign and distributed to less fortunate children in the community on Saturday, December 17th at Mainland High School. The  high school that contributes the most new and unwrapped toys will win a special trophy presented on Friday December 15th in the Mainland High School Performing Arts Center as a part of our Special Christmas Evening event.  We hope that you choose to accept our challenge! Please help Spruce Creek High School win the Trophy and bragging rights for the year!

Today’s the day!  Join us in the main atrium at lunch for Cookies with the CEO!  Launch Federal Credit Union’s CEO, Joe Mirachi, will be giving away free cookies to all students.  Stop by the branch in the main atrium at lunch to get yours!  

The members of the Bel Chantique Women's Chorus, Women's Ensemble, Concert Chorus, Men's Chorus and Meistersingers will present their Christmas Choral Concert on Wednesday, December 6, 2017, 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium. There is no admission charge. A free-will donation will be taken. Start your holiday season off with beautiful choral music by attending the Christmas Choral Concert.

Ceramics classes will be selling handmade, Tiny House ornaments in the main atrium Thursday during lunch. They are $10 each and money goes to United for Puerto Rico. 

The school store will be open Today and Thursday this week.  All Short sleeve shirts will be $10 including the Breast Cancer Awareness shirts.  All Long Sleeve shirts will be $15. 

Seniors:  The yearbook has room for 20 senior ads.  The first twenty to come in with a contract and check, along with late fee will get these spaces.  To purchase come to room L04.  

Wanted to get yearbook in the past?  The yearbook is having an Holiday sale on all yearbooks from 2011-2017.  All books will be $50 from now until the end of 2017.  These will not be offered online and do not include the 2018 edition (this school year).  Stop by L04 to purchase a book.  

 

 

Wednesday, November 29

Congratulations to all Mu Alpha Theta members that participated in the Fall interschool test.  Our team placed 10th out of all competing schools in the state.  Great job!

CONGRATS TO BOTH THE JV AND VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER TEAMS AS THEY REMAINED UNDEFEATED AFTER HOME SHUTOUT VICTORIES OVER DELTONA LAST NIGHT. THE JV LADY HAWKS IMPROVED THEIR RECORD TO 4-0 WHILE THE VARSITY IMPROVED TO 5-0.

CONGRATS TO THE VARSITY BOYS SOCCER TEAM FOR A VERY HARD FOUGHT 2-1 VICTORY OVER OCALA FOREST LAST NIGHT. SAM ABRAHAM SCORED THE WINNING GOAL WITH LESS THAN 2 MINUTES TO GO AND THE DEFENSE ALONG WITH GOALKEEPER JACK MCDEVITT ALSO TURNED IN ANOTHER SOLID EFFORT. THE VARSITY BOYS IMPROVED THEIR RECORD TO 5-0

COME OUT TO THE ORMOND COMPLEX TONIGHT TO SUPPORT OUR JV GIRLS AND BOYS SOCCER TEAMS AS THEY TAKE ON RIVAL SEABREEZE. MATCH TIMES ARE 530 AND 730.

IF YOU HAVE REGISTERED TO TAKE THE ACT TEST ON DECEMBER 9TH, YOU MUST HAVE YOUR PICYURE UPLOADED BY THIS FRIDAY.  PLEASE CHECK AND MAKE SURE YOU HAVE UPLOADED YOUR PHOTO FOR YOUR ADMISSION TICKET.  

Seniors only, stop by the activities office to sign a traditional holiday bulb to be hung  in the main atrium. 

Are you interested in joining the Boys Track Team? There will be an important meeting this Wednesday 11/29 during lunch in room L04.  See Coach Mowrey if you can’t make it to this meeting.  The team will start conditioning for anyone not in a winter sport Tuesday, December 5th after school.  

All interested softball prospects: We will be having "open field" every Tuesday and Thursday starting next week until tryouts on January 22nd.  Equipment will be available from 3-4 pm on the softball field to throw, field, and hit.  Use this time to prepare yourself for the season as it is right around the corner!  See Coach Mac if you have any questions.

We are starting our second annual volleyball league this next week.  Anyone can play.  If you’re interested please come to gym for signups/meeting on Wednesday of this week with Coach Swayze. See you then. 

 SGA was hoping to get your help in collecting toys for Toys for Tots.  Spruce Creek High School has been challenged by Mainland High School to compete against the other VCS high schools to collect the most toys.  SGA will have a collection box in front of the main office or donations can be sent to L-01, Mrs. Bundza’s room.  We will need all donations by December 8th. The toys collected will be gathered by Volusia County’s Toys For Tots Campaign and distributed to less fortunate children in the community on Saturday, December 17th at Mainland High School. The  high school that contributes the most new and unwrapped toys will win a special trophy presented on Friday December 15th in the Mainland High School Performing Arts Center as a part of our Special Christmas Evening event.  We hope that you choose to accept our challenge! Please help Spruce Creek High School win the Trophy and bragging rights for the year!

Miss Brooke is having a coat drive!  Please consider bringing in gently worn, CLEAN coats, hoodies or sweaters for those students who are without!  There will be a drop-off box at the front office or you can bring them to the Dance Studio (K-40).  This event will be on-going for 3 weeks so start sharing the warmth! #RFSERVES #SCCARES

Cookies with the CEO is tomorrow!  Students, please join us at lunch on Thursday, November 30 in the main atrium for cookies with Launch CEO, Joe Mirachi. Joe will be on hand to share delicious cookies with all students and have a few other goodies to give away.  Stop by and say hello!

Would you like a free ticket to a NASCAR race? Participate in the Racing to Read program by coming to the media center to talk to Mrs. Murray to see if you qualify and to get involved. All you must do is read between now and January 26th. You will be given a bookmark to track your reading. Each time you read the required amount explained by your reading teacher or Mrs. Murray, have a parent sign off on a space for you. Once you have filled all 20 spaces, have a parent sign the bookmark and turn it in to Mrs. Murray in the media center and she will sign it and

submit it to NASCAR for you to get your free ticket! Stop by the media center today for more information! 

Ceramics classes will be selling handmade, Tiny House ornaments in the main atrium Thursday during lunch. They are $10 each and money goes to United for Puerto Rico. 

 

THE LADY HAWKS BASKETBALL TEAM WILL BE SELLING SMOOTHIES FROM SMOOTHIE KING IN THE ATRIUM AFTER SCHOOL TODAY.

The school store will be open Today and Thursday this week.  All Short sleeve shirts will be $10 including the Breast Cancer Awareness shirts.  All Long Sleeve shirts will be $15.

Seniors:  The yearbook has room for 20 senior ads.  The first twenty to come in with a contract and check, along with late fee will get these spaces.  To purchase come to room L04.  

Wanted to get yearbook in the past?  The yearbook is having an Holiday sale on all yearbooks from 2011-2017.  All books will be $50 from now until the end of 2017.  These will not be offered online and do not include the 2018 edition (this school year).  Stop by L04 to purchase a book.  

 

 

Tuesday, November 28

Congratulations to our department students for the month of November. AITR- Andrew Lafferty, AVID- David Simpson, Academy of Finance- Mhari Whyte, CTE- Allen Zheng, Mathematics- Tashyanah Gumbs, For English- Amber Leigh Zaragosa, Foreign Language- Morgan Spraker, Science- Max Armstrong, Physical Education- Camari nelson and Dylan Alvarado, Reading- Kyle Minckler and our JROTC student of the month- Amber Butler. 

Our Hawks of the month for November 2017 - Athlete of the month- Nick Passamonte, Citizen of the month- Rachel Conrey, Scholar of the month- Emma Murray and our Hawk of the month for November 2017 is Vanessa Haines.

We would like to recognize our faculty and staff for November as follows: Teacher of the month- Mrs. Sheila Farrell.  for Teaching Technique-John Blackburn, Educational Atmosphere- Benjamin Boyce, Special Projects- Erika Vera, Staff Member- Tamala Graham and our volunteer for November- Dr. Gregg Blahnik. 

Congratulations again, all November winners. Don’t forget to attend the luncheon in your honor Thursday, November 30th   at 11:15am in the Black Hawk Inn and make sure to be at the main office at 7am Thursdaymorning to have your photo taken along with all of our winners. 

Seniors only! stop by the activities office to sign a traditional holiday bulb to be hung in the main atrium. 

Are you interested in joining the Boys Track Team? There will be an important meeting this Wednesday 11/29 during lunch in room L04.  See Coach Mowrey if you can’t make it to this meeting.  The team will start conditioning for anyone not in a winter sport Tuesday, December 5th after school.  

Can you run? Jump? Throw? Or just want to start getting mentally and physically in shape. Conditioning 2017/2018 starts Next Tuesday 12/5 a Girls meeting will take place today during lunch in room C-23.

All interested softball prospects: We will be having "open field" every Tuesday and Thursday starting next week until tryouts on January 22nd.  Equipment will be available from 3-4 pm on the softball field to throw, field, and hit.  Use this time to prepare yourself for the season as it is right around the corner!  See Coach Mac if you have any questions.

 

We are starting our second annual volleyball league this next week.  Anyone can play.  If you’re interested please come to gym for signups/meeting on Wednesday of this week with Coach Swayze. See you then. 

SGA was hoping to get your help in collecting toys for Toys for Tots.  Spruce Creek High School has been challenged by Mainland High School to compete against the other VCS high schools to collect the most toys.  SGA will have a collection box in front of the main office or donations can be sent to L-01, Mrs. Bundza’s room.  We will need all donations by December 8th. The toys collected will be gathered by Volusia County’s Toys For Tots Campaign and distributed to less fortunate children in the community on Saturday, December 17th at Mainland High School. The  high school that contributes the most new and unwrapped toys will win a special trophy presented on Friday December 15th in the Mainland High School Performing Arts Center as a part of our Special Christmas Evening event.  We hope that you choose to accept our challenge! Please help Spruce Creek High School win the Trophy and bragging rights for the year!

Theatre mainstage meeting for “We Will Rock You” today at lunch in the auditorium for cast and crew.  This is a very important meeting if you are planning to be involved with the production.

Cookies with the CEO!  Students, please join us at lunch on Thursday, November 30 in the main atrium for cookies with Launch CEO, Joe Mirachi. Joe will be on hand to share delicious cookies with all students and have a few other goodies to share. Stop by and say hello!

 

Would you like a free ticket to a NASCAR race? Participate in the Racing to Read program by coming to the media center to talk to Mrs. Murray to see if you qualify and to get involved. All you must do is read between now and January 26th. You will be given a bookmark to track your reading. Each time you read the required amount explained by your reading teacher or Mrs. Murray, have a parent sign off on a space for you. Once you have filled all 20 spaces, have a parent sign the bookmark and turn it in to Mrs. Murray in the media center and she will sign it and submit it to NASCAR for you to get your free ticket! Stop by the media center today for more information! 

The school store will be open Today and Thursday this week.  All Short sleeve shirts will be $10 including the Breast Cancer Awareness shirts.  All Long Sleeve shirts will be $15.

Seniors:  The yearbook has room for 20 senior ads.  The first twenty to come in with a contract and check, along with late fee will get these spaces.  To purchase come to room L04.  

Wanted to get yearbook in the past?  The yearbook is having an Holiday sale on all yearbooks from 2011-2017.  All books will be $50 from now until the end of 2017.  These will not be offered online and do not include the 2018 edition (this school year).  Stop by L04 to purchase a book.  

 

Monday, November 27

Congratulations to our Theatre Troupe 2461 for earning 9 superior and 12 excellent ratings at district competition.  Lisa Kealhofer was selected for stage management and Ashlyn Mallar earned an all-star performance award for her role as Cathy in their one act “The Last Five Years”.  In addition, John Zamborsky was awarded honorable mention for the solo musical category and a $1000 musical theatre scholarship.  Great job Hawks!

 

All Seniors! As you receive your college acceptance letters, remember to bring them in to share with your guidance counselor. We want to celebrate with you!

Miss Brooke is having a coat drive!  Please consider bringing in gently worn, CLEAN coats, hoodies or sweaters for those students who are without!  There will be a drop-off box at the front office or you can bring them to the Dance Studio (K-40).  This event will be on-going for 3 weeks so start sharing the warmth! #RFSERVES #SCCARES

 

Would you like a free ticket to a NASCAR race? Participate in the Racing to Read program by coming to the media center to talk to Mrs. Murray to see if you qualify and to get involved. All you must do is read between now and January 26th. You will be given a bookmark to track your reading. Each time you read the required amount explained by your reading teacher or Mrs. Murray, have a parent sign off on a space for you. Once you have filled all 20 spaces, have a parent sign the bookmark and turn it in to Mrs. Murray in the media center and she will sign it and submit it to NASCAR for you to get your free ticket! Stop by the media center today for more information! 

 

Tuesday, November 21

Congratulations to our boys basketball team for their 71-38 opening night victory against Trinity Christian.  The Hawks will be back in action tomorrow night at 7:00 against Mount Dora High School.  Come out and support your high-flying hawks!

 

Congratulations to our Theatre Troupe 2461 for earning 9 superior and 12 excellent ratings at district competition.  Lisa Kealhofer was selected for stage management and Ashlyn Mallar earned an all-star performance award for her role as Cathy in their one act “The Last Five Years”.  In addition, John Zamborsky was awarded honorable mention for the solo musical category and a $1000 musical theatre scholarship.  Great job Hawks!

 

Miss Brooke is having a coat drive!  Please consider bringing in gently worn, CLEAN coats, hoodies or sweaters for those students who are without!  There will be a drop-off box at the front office or you can bring them to the Dance Studio (K-40).  This event will be on-going for 3 weeks so start sharing the warmth! #RFSERVES #SCCARES

 

And now for the weather: After a brief cool down yesterday, clouds and rain are expected around lunch time today.  The high will be 76 degrees with east winds from 5 -10 mph. Thanksgiving Day will shape up similarly with clouds and rain passing through.  The high on Thursday will be 77 degrees.

 

 

Monday, November 20

CONGRATS TO THE JV BOYS SOCCER TEAM AS THEY IMPROVED TO 3-0 WITH THEIR THIRD CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUT. THE JV HAWKS DEFEATED MAINLAND 5-0.

CONGRATS TO THE VARSITY BOYS SOCCER TEAM FOR THEIR 9-2 WIN OVER MAINLAND

All Seniors! As you receive your college acceptance letters, remember to bring them in to share with your guidance counselor. We want to celebrate with you!

Come out tonight and support your boys basketball team as they officially open their season up in the preseason tipoff classic.  Game starts at 7:00.  

 

COME OUT AND SUPPORT OUR LADY HAWKS SOCCER TEAMS AS THEY TAKE ON RIVAL FPC TONIGHT AT HOME. MATCH TIMES ARE 545 AND 730

 And now for the weather: It’s a chilly and sunny start this morning, but we’re in store for a mostly cloudy and breezy day. Highs will be in the mid-70s.  Tomorrow may get a little stormy so bring your rain gear. Currently, the Teacher Parking lot is 53 degrees with light North winds.

 

 

Friday, November 17

CONGRATS TO THE JV BOYS SOCCER TEAM AS THEY OPENED THEIR SEASON WITH CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS THIS WEEK. THE HAWKS MERCY RULED CRESCENT CITY MONDAY BY A SCORE OF 8-0 AND FOLLOWED UP WITH A 3-0 WIN OVER UNIVERSTIY ON TUESDAY

THE VARSITY BOYS SOCCER TEAM OPENED THEIR SEASON MONDAY NIGHT WITH A 3-2 VICTORY AT CRESCENT CITY. THE HAWKS PLAYED UNIVERSITY AT THE NEW DAYTONA STATE SOCCER STADIUM LAST EVENING AND WON BY A SCORE OF 5-0. SAM ABRAHAM LED THE WAY WITH 4 GOALS AND A SOLID DEFENSE LIMITED UNIVERSITY TO ONE SHOT ON GOAL. MUCH THANKS TO THE LADY HAWKS SOCCER PLAYERS FOR YOUR SUPPORT AT THE MATCH LAST NIGHT

Spanish club is sponsoring Salsa again this Friday, November 17th.  Come to the dance studio on Friday for another free Salsa class.  Bring a friend,  we start at 3 p.m. sharp!

 IB Advocates is having a scholarship fundraiser selling Poinsettia’s. Only $10 each! Please stop by the IB Office to pick up a flyer is you’re interested in purchasing. Only $10 each. Order by November 21st!

Good Morning Everyone! ‘Tis the season to be merry and spread good cheer with the gift of plants. Healthy Hawks has what you need. Christmas will soon be here, and Healthy Hawks has plants on sale. Come by our classroom - M 26 and check out our plants. See you soon.

Seniors: There is still space in the yearbook for your senior ads.  The space is limited and we are on a first come first serve basis.  Ads turned in now will also need to add a 10% late fee.  Ads will no longer be accepted after the 17th even with the late fee.  

 

 

Thursday, November 16

The Spruce Creek Girls Weightlifting team defeated University and tied New Smyrna yesterday.  Team scores were--Spruce Creek 60, University 28, and Spruce Creek 45, New Smyrna 45. The following lifters took first place in their respective weight classes during the two dual meets; Sofia Cianfarra, Summer Daraio-Rivera, Rachel Gregory, Emma Dominguez, Kathleen Clifton, Kya Williams, Kendall Cowan, Anna Frangoulis, and Maya Henebury.  Great job ladies.

  

IT’S THAT TIME ! COME OUT AND SUPPORT YOUR LADY HAWKS GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM TONIGHT AT THEIR PRESEASON CLASSIC.  THE LADY HAWKS WILL TAKE ON WEST OAKS ACADEMY HERE TONIGHT AT 5:30 PM.  THERE ARE GAMES THAT BEGIN AT 5:30 PM.  WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO HAVING A GREAT SEASON AND WE WANT OUR STUDENT BODY, FACULTY, AND STAFF TO BE A PART OF IT!  CREEK CRAZIES WE NEED YOU HERE!

 IB Advocates is having a scholarship fundraiser selling Poinsettia’s. Only $10 each! Please stop by the IB Office to pick up a flyer is you’re interested in purchasing. Only $10 each. Order by November 21st!

Spanish club is sponsoring Salsa again this Friday, November 17th.  Come to the dance studio on Friday for another free Salsa class.  Bring a friend. we start at 3 p.m. sharp!

Attention Model UN Members.  There is special meeting TODAY at lunch to prepare for Saturday’s conference at New Smyrna Beach High. The topic is Myanmar [me-an-mar] and the Rohingya [row-hing- ga].  The background guide is available and country signups are still open.

Good Morning Everyone! ‘Tis the season to be merry and spread good cheer with the gift of plants. Healthy Hawks has what you need. Christmas will soon be here, and Healthy Hawks has plants on sale. Come by our classroom - M 26 and check out our plants. See you soon.

Ceramics classes will be selling handmade, Tiny House ornaments in the main atrium today during lunch. They are $10 each and money goes to United for Puerto Rico. 

 Seniors: There is still space in the yearbook for your senior ads.  The space is limited, and we are on a first come first serve basis.  Ads turned in now will also need to add a 10% late fee.  Ads will no longer be accepted after the 17th even with the late fee.  

 

 

Wednesday, November 15

IT’S THAT TIME ! COME OUT AND SUPPORT YOUR LADY HAWKS GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM TONIGHT AT THEIR PRESEASON CLASSIC.  THE LADY HAWKS WILL TAKE ON LAKE MARY HIGH SCHOOL AT 5:30 PM ON THURSDAY NIGHT.  THERE ARE GAMES THAT BEGIN AT 5:30 PM.  WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO HAVING A GREAT SEASON AND WE WANT OUR STUDENT BODY, FACULTY, AND STAFF TO BE A PART OF IT!  CREEK CRAZIES WE NEED YOU HERE!

 IB Advocates is having a scholarship fundraiser selling Poinsettia’s. Only $10 each! Please stop by the IB Office to pick up a flyer is you’re interested in purchasing. Only $10 each. Order by November 21st!

Spanish club is sponsoring Salsa again this Friday, November 17th.  Come to the dance studio on Friday for another free Salsa class.  Bring a friend we start at 3 p.m. sharp!

Good Morning Everyone! ‘Tis the season to be merry and spread good cheer with the gift of plants. Healthy Hawks has what you need. Christmas will soon be here, and Healthy Hawks has plants on sale. Come by our classroom - M 26 and check out our plants. See you soon.

 

 Seniors: There is still space in the yearbook for your senior ads.  The space is limited, and we are on a first come first serve basis.  Ads turned in now will also need to add a 10% late fee.  Ads will no longer be accepted after the 17th even with the late fee.  

 

 

Tuesday, November 14

Last weekend Spruce Creek High’s Academy of Finance participated in the Brain Cancer Awareness 5K in New Smyrna.  The AOF Cannonballs for Kayne Team of 24 Runners contributed $600 to the McKnight Institute for Brain Cancer Research at the University of Florida. The Team placed 1st overall and received Gift cards for The Garlic, New Smyrna Steakhouse and Splash-n-Dash which the team has presented to the Finley Family. Donations and the sale of T-shirts raised a total of $1,134 for the Cannonballs for Kayne Foundation. The AOF is continuing to sell T-shirts and has committed to continuing our annual involvement with the Brain Cancer Awareness 5K in partnership with the Cannonball for Kayne Foundation. See Ms. Bailey in room B-33 for details. Overall, this community outreach project has raised $1,734.45 for Brain Cancer Research and Awareness. Special Thanks to Kayne for his vision of this Foundation to find a cure for DIPG.  The Finley family for their strength and commitment to this cause.  Jon Hall Chevrolet and the Ritchey Family for contributing the race T-Shirts and their countless hours of hard work helping the AOF make this happen. And the Spruce Creek High administration, teachers and students who participated making for a Winning Team for Brain Cancer Research.

IT’S THAT TIME ! COME OUT AND SUPPORT YOUR LADY HAWKS GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM TONIGHT AT THEIR PRESEASON CLASSIC.  THE LADY HAWKS WILL TAKE ON WEST OAKS ACADEMY HERE TONIGHT AT 7 PMAND LAKE MARY HIGH SCHOOL AT 5:30 PM ON THURSDAY NIGHT.  THERE ARE GAMES THAT BEGIN AT 5:30 PM.  WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO HAVING A GREAT SEASON AND WE WANT OUR STUDENT BODY, FACULTY, AND STAFF TO BE A PART OF IT!  CREEK CRAZIES WE NEED YOU HERE!

Come see free theatre on Tuesday, Nov 14th at 6:30pm. The Theatre Department will be presenting all of their competition performance pieces. Including the musical one act “The Last Five Years” which will, for the very first time in Volusia County, will be adjudicated by the Dr. Phillips Arts Center in Orlando for consideration for the Applause Awards.  This is a great opportunity for our students and we would love to have a full house.  The event is FREE and all are welcome.

IB Advocates is having a scholarship fundraiser selling Poinsettia’s. Only $10 each! Please stop by the IB Office to pick up a flyer is you’re interested in purchasing. Only $10 each. Order by November 21st!

Seniors: There is still space in the yearbook for your senior ads.  The space is limited and we are on a first come first serve basis.  Ads turned in now will also need to add a 10% late fee.  Ads will no longer be accepted after the 17th even with the late fee.  

 

 

Monday, November 13

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER TEAM AS THEY BEGAN WEEK ONE OF THEIR SEASON WITH 3 CONSECUTIVE VICTORIES. THE LADY HAWKS DEFEATED DISTRICT RIVAL UNIVERSITY, AND THEN FOLLOWED UP WITH VICTORIES OVER JACKSONVILLE EPISCOPAL AND MAINLAND. THE JV GIRLS ALSO EARNED THEIR FIRST VICTORY OF THE SEASON WITH AN IMPRESSIVE WIN OVER MAINLAND. GOOD JOB LADY HAWKS

All Seniors! As you receive your college acceptance letters, remember to bring them in to share with your guidance counselor. We want to celebrate with you!

Come see free theatre on Tuesday, Nov 14th at 6:30pm. The Theatre Department will be presenting all competition performance pieces. Including the musical one act “The Last Five Years” which will, for the very first time in Volusia County, will be adjudicated by the Dr. Phillips Arts Center in Orlando for consideration for the Applause Awards.  This is a great opportunity for our students and we would love to have a full house.  The event is FREE and all are welcome.

IB Advocates is having a scholarship fundraiser selling Poinsettia’s. Only $10 each! Please stop by the IB Office to pick up a flyer is you’re interested in purchasing. Only $10 each. Order by November 21st!

Congratulations to the Special Olympics Cheer Team “Hawks in Motion”. They competed at State Games this weekend at Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports. They were the SILVER MEDALISTS! Way to go…..we are So very proud!!

And now for the weather—We should expect another cloudy, breezy day with highs in the upper 70’s. Winds will be out of the northeast at 10-15 mph. Currently, the tennis courts are 72 degrees with calm winds.

 

Thursday, November 9

Today is signing day @ Spruce Creek High School.  Congratulations to the following athletes.

Jayla Adams

Florida Atlantic University

Basketball

Cole Beverlin

Florida State University

Baseball

Anna Carter

Daytona State College

Softball

Tyler Colby

Florida Atlantic University

Softball

Cody Duke

Florida Southern College

Baseball

Hunter Fornari

Florida Gulf Coast University

Baseball

Anna Giannini

University of North Carolina, Greensboro

Volleyball

Seth Jolly

Berry University

Golf

Lindsey Pliapol

University of South Florida

Volleyball

Yoke Tassent

Rollins College

Basketball

Join us in the gym during lunch to celebrate their accomplishments.

 

The Spruce Creek Girls Weightlifting team defeated Pine Ridge and Seabreeze yesterday.  Team scores were--Spruce Creek 62, Seabreeze 20,  and Spruce Creek 66, Pine Ridge 18. The following lifters took first place in their respective weight classes;  Haley Armstrong, Summer Daraio-Rivera, Rachel Gregory, Emma Dominguez, Kathleen Clifton, Kya Williams, Kendall Cowan, Anna Frangoulis, and Maya Henebury.   Great job ladies.  Next Wednesday the Hawk Ironwomen take on cross town rival New Smyrna in our weight room at 4 pm.  Come out and support the Spruce Creek Girls Weightlifting program.  

Come see free theatre on Tuesday, Nov 14th at 6:30pm. The Theatre Department will be presenting all of their competition performance pieces. Including the musical one act “The Last Five Years” which will, for the very first time in Volusia County, will be adjudicated by the Dr. Phillips Arts Center in Orlando for consideration for the Applause Awards.  This is a great opportunity for our students and we would love to have a full house.  The event is FREE and all are welcome.

Students, faculty, and staff:  You are invited to attend a concert on Thursday, November 9 at 7:30pm in the SCHS Auditorium with legendary trumpeter Carl Fischer and our own award-winning Spruce Creek Jazz Bands.  Carl Fischer plays trumpet with pop music Icon Billy Joel and has performed with many other great musicians including Blood, Sweat and Tears, Paul McCartney, Paul Simon, Steven Tyler, Sting, and Diana Ross among others.  Tickets are $10 for adults and $6 for students and are available from Mr. Bosma in the band room or at the door.  We hope you can attend!  

The Price of the yearbook will be going up soon.  Don’t forget to get yours today in room L04.  

Seniors:  In order to avoid the late fee, submit your senior ads to Coach Mowrey in room L04 before Friday, November 9th.  

 

Wednesday, November 8

Congratulations to the Spruce Creek Unified Basketball Teams.  The Black Team beat New Smyrna.  The Orange team beat Seabreeze.  The athletes and partners played great and had fun!  Go Hawks!

Congratulations to Shea Outlaw for qualifying for the Swimming State Championship!  Shea is the only swimmer who will be representing Spruce Creek.  He qualified in the 50 freestyle!  This is an amazing accomplishment.  In the past 2 years only 3 swimmers have qualified for the state meet. 

Key Club will be meeting at lunch today in O-42.  Please join us to work on our current service project aimed at creating toys for dogs at local animal shelters."

National French week is starting today!  Tomorrow Thursday, at 5 pm, the French Club is organizing a French movie night at 5 pm, in Mme Augat’s room.  We will be watching a great French animation movie called “ My Life as a Zucchini” and pizza will be available.  Join us, it’ll be fun!

Students, faculty, and staff:  You are invited to attend a concert on Thursday, November 9 at 7:30pm in the SCHS Auditorium with legendary trumpeter Carl Fischer and our own award winning Spruce Creek Jazz Bands.  Carl Fischer plays trumpet with pop music Icon Billy Joel and has performed with many other great musicians including Blood, Sweat and Tears, Paul McCartney, Paul Simon, Steven Tyler, Sting, and Diana Ross among others.  Tickets are $10 for adults and $6 for students and are available from Mr. Bosma in the band room or at the door.  We hope you can attend! 

  The Price of the yearbook will be going up soon.  Don’t forget to get yours today in room L04. 

  Seniors:  In order to avoid the late fee, submit your senior ads to Coach Mowrey in room L04 before Friday, November 9th.  

And now for the weather: The fog should burn off this morning to clear the way for another A+ day.  Highs will top off in the low 80s.  Winds will be light out of the north east.  Currently, under the solar panels, it is 72 degrees with calm winds. 

 

Tuesday, November 7

Congratulations to the following students for earning membership into the All-State instrumental ensembles: Ethan Avila on trombone in the All-State Symphonic Band; David Truilo on tenor saxophone in the All-State Jazz Band; and Matthew Turner on bassoon in the All-State Symphonic Orchestra.  The students competed against hundreds of other students across the state to earn membership in these ensembles through their audition.   They will perform in January in Tampa at the FMEA convention. This is one of the highest honors a student musician can earn.  Congratulations! 

The Habitat for Humanity - Spruce Creek Chapter was hard at work this past weekend.  The club participated in a beautification project for the Habitat Re-Store in New Smyrna Beach.  They pulled weeds, laid mulch, scraped and repainted walls.  Here’s a video of the highlights from their weekend project:

Students, faculty, and staff:  You are invited to attend a concert on Thursday, November 9 at 7:30pm in the SCHS Auditorium with legendary trumpeter Carl Fischer and our own award-winning Spruce Creek Jazz Bands.  Carl Fischer plays trumpet with pop music Icon Billy Joel and has performed with many other great musicians including Blood, Sweat and Tears, Paul McCartney, Paul Simon, Steven Tyler, Sting, and Diana Ross among others.  Tickets are $10 for adults and $6 for students and are available from Mr. Bosma in the band room or at the door.  We hope you can attend!  

The Price of the yearbook will be going up soon.  Don’t forget to get yours today in room L04.  

 

Seniors:  In order to avoid the late fee, submit your senior ads to Coach Mowrey in room L04 before Friday, November 9th.  

 

And now for the weather: Another foggy start this morning, but, like yesterday, it’ll clear out to a warm, mostly sunny day.  Winds will be light out of the north.  Currently, the bus loop is 73 degrees with calm winds.

 

 

Monday, November 6

All Seniors! As you receive your college acceptance letters, remember to bring them in to share with your guidance counselor. We want to celebrate with you!

Students, faculty, and staff:  You are invited to attend a concert on Thursday, November 9 at 7:30pm in the SCHS Auditorium with legendary trumpeter Carl Fischer and our own award winning Spruce Creek Jazz Bands.  Carl Fischer plays trumpet with pop music Icon Billy Joel and has performed with many other great musicians including Blood, Sweat and Tears, Paul McCartney, Paul Simon, Steven Tyler, Sting, and Diana Ross among others.  Tickets are $10 for adults and $6 for students and are available from Mr. Bosma in the band room or at the door.  We hope you can attend!  

And now for the weather: After a mild, foggy start this morning, we should warm up into the lower 80s.  Expect a 20% chance of showers throughout the day  under partly sunny skies and north wind.  The sun will go down a little earlier, due to the end of Daylight Saving Time.  Sunset time will be 5:34pm. Currently, the student parking lot is 76 degrees with calm winds.

The Price of the yearbook will be going up soon.  Don’t forget to get yours today in room L04.  

 

Seniors:  In order to avoid the late fee, submit your senior ads to Coach Mowrey in room L04 before Friday, November 9th.  

 

Friday, November 3

Are you taking the SAT at Creek tomorrow?  It will be held in the O-wing, so enter through the Freshman Atrium.  Remember to bring a picture ID, your entrance ticket and a calculator.  

 

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO TOOK THE ASVAB TEST.  PLEASE STOP BY THE GUIDANCE DEPT. TO PICK UP YOUR RESULTS.  SEE MRS. TURNGREN

Attention those interested in trying out for the boys basketball team.  Tryouts will be Monday November 6th at 4:30 for JV and 6:30 for Varsity.  You must have your physical before being able to tryout.  Please see Coach Tramont in the gym during lunch for your physical forms.  

 

THE GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAMS BLACK AND ORANGE GAME HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

 

(With video) Have you ever wanted to learn how to dance Salsa?  The Spanish Club is bringing back Carmen Velasquez¸ professional Salsa instructor,  to teach us the basics of how to dance Salsa in a fun and comprehensible way.  Bring a friend today after school at the cafeteria.  Be ready to start dancing at 3 p.m. sharp!

Want to make a difference and help out your community? Well you have a chance! Sophomore SGA is holding a drive for the Domestic Abuse Council, drop off personal care products in collection boxes in the main office, freshman atrium, or Mrs. Rocco's office.

 

Don’t forget to come and help us honor Kayne Finley and cannonballs for Kayne today, during lunch at 11:20 in the atrium.  We will go live with a special announcement for cannonballsforkayne and the Finley family.  We need to fill the atrium so Join us as we FaceTime him with this special announcement on Friday!

 

SHOP the SUPER SALES this SATURDAY, NOV, 4th from 6-10 AM at the Belk’s Charity Fundraiser in the Port Orange Pavilion . You can also  shop the Pre-sale all this week. Purchase a $5.00 ticket and receive entry to the sale Saturday morning. You will receive $5.00 off of your purchase. A WIN-WIN!PLUS  GIFT CARDS FOR 1st 100 customers. 100% of the proceeds go to Student and Teacher Events sponsored by the Parent Advisory Committee PAC. Email pacschs@ gmail. com for tickets or stop by the activities office. Special note, each person may use two $5.00 tickets at this event. Get yours today!

Attention all nature lovers!  Stop by M-26 for all your plant purchases.  We have indoor and outdoor plants for sale.  A gift of a plant shows those around you that you care.  The Healthy Hawks Garden has a plant for you.  

THE LADY HAWKS BASKETBALL TEAM WILL HAVE THEIR ANNUAL ALL YOU CAN EAT PANCAKE BREAKFAST ON TOMORROW MORNING AT AUNT CATFISH’S RESTAURANT.  THE BREAKFAST IS $5 PER PERSON AND INCLUDES, PANCAKES, CHEESE GRITS, SAUSAGE, AND AUNT CATFISH’S FAMOUS WESTERN-EGG CASSEROLE.  YOU CAN PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS AT THE DOOR OR FROM ANY OF THE LADY HAWKS BASKETBALL PLAYERS.

 

Seniors this Friday, DSP will be on campus to take the yearbook senior photos.  If you haven’t scheduled a time, please see Coach Mowrey in room L04.  

The price of the yearbook will be going up soon.  Get yours today in room L04 for the low price of $90. Seniors, Tribute ads are due November 1.  Please bring them to room L04.  

Spruce Creek Customs will be selling Creek shirts for $10 this Thursday.  Stop by the store in room L04 during lunch.  We still have breast cancer shirts as well.  

 

Thursday, November 2

Congratulations to the Regional Swimmers. There were some outstanding swims! The swim of the day was by Shea Outlaw! Wow, amazingly fast 50 free! Kaylie Manecke was the top finishing girl. Both boys and girls 200 free relays were at their best!  It is quite the accomplishment to qualify for regionals. Congrats to all of the regional swimmers, we are proud of you. 

Dear creek family please come and help us honor Kayne Finley and cannonballs for Kayne on Friday during lunch at 11:20 in the atrium.  We will go live with a special announcement for cannonballsforkayne and the Finley family.  We need to fill the atrium so Join us as we FaceTime him with this special announcement on Friday!

Friday, November 3 is our annual Healthy Schools “Teach the Flu a Lesson” flu shot event. Students will have the opportunity to get the flu shot on campus during 1st period. Students must have a completed parent permission form in order to participate.  The permission form can be downloaded from the homepage of our school’s website. Remember to have a parent or guardian sign it and then you may turn it into the Dean’s Office room F12. 

 

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO TOOK THE ASVAB TEST.  PLEASE STOP BY THE GUIDANCE DEPT. TO PICK UP YOUR RESULTS.  SEE MRS. TURNGREN

THE DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION FOR THE DECEMBER 9TH  ACT TEST IS NOVEMBER 3RD WITHOUT PAYING LATE FEES.  IF YOU NEED ANY ASSISTANCE WITH REGISTERING FOR THE TEST MS. JONES WILL BE IN O-14 DURING LUNCH BEGINNING TUEDAY TO ASSIST.  PLEASE HAVE A VALID EMAIL ACCOUNT WHEN YOU COME TO REGISTER.  

Interested in dual enrollment?  Need more info about taking the SAT or ACT?  Wanting information about applying to colleges or volunteer hours?  These are all excellent questions for your guidance counselor so why not come see them in the media center on Thursdays during lunch.  We just cut down on  your commute.  See you in the media center today.

Didn’t get your picture taken?  Picture retakes will take place today on the stage in the auditorium.  Make your way to the stage to get them taken during the day.  

Attention those interested in trying out for the boys basketball team.  Tryouts will be Monday November 6th at 4:30 for JV and 6:30 for Varsity.  You must have your physical before being able to tryout.  Please see Coach Tramont in the gym during lunch for your physical forms.  

 

(With video) Have you ever wanted to learn how to dance Salsa?  The Spanish Club is bringing back Carmen Velasquez¸ professional Salsa instructor,  to teach us the basics of how to dance Salsa in a fun and comprehensible way.  Bring a friend on Friday´s after school at the cafeteria November 3rd.  Be ready to start dancing at 3 p.m. sharp!

Want to make a difference and help out your community? Well you have a chance! Sophomore SGA is holding a drive for the Domestic Abuse Council, drop off personal care products in collection boxes in the main office, freshman atrium, or Mrs. Rocco's office.  

SHOP the SUPER SALES this SATURDAY, NOV, 4th from 6-10 AM at the Belk’s Charity Fundraiser in the Port Orange Pavilion . You can also  shop the Pre-sale all this week. Purchase a $5.00 ticket and receive entry to the sale Saturday morning. You will receive $5.00 off of your purchase. A WIN-WIN!PLUS  GIFT CARDS FOR 1st 100 customers. 100% of the proceeds go to Student and Teacher Events sponsored by the Parent Advisory Committee PAC. Email pacschs@ gmail. com for tickets or stop by the activities office. Special note, each person may use two $5.00 tickets at this event. Get yours today!

Attention all nature lovers!  Stop by M-26 for all your plant purchases.  We have indoor and outdoor plants for sale.  A gift of a plant shows those around you that you care.  The Healthy Hawks Garden has a plant for you.  

 Seniors this Friday, DSP will be on campus to take the yearbook senior photos.  If you haven’t scheduled a time, please see Coach Mowrey in room L04.  

The price of the yearbook will be going up soon.  Get yours today in room L04 for the low price of $90. Seniors, Tribute ads are due November 1.  Please bring them to room L04.  

Spruce Creek Customs will be selling Creek shirts for $10 this Thursday.  Stop by the store in room L04 during lunch.  We still have breast cancer shirts as well.  

 

 

Wednesday, November 1

FridayNovember 3 is our annual Healthy Schools “Teach the Flu a Lesson” flu shot event. Students will have the opportunity to get the flu shot on campus during 1st period. Students must have a completed parent permission form in order to participate.  The permission form can be downloaded from the homepage of our school’s website. Remember to have a parent or guardian sign it and then you may turn it into the Dean’s Office room F12. 

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO TOOK THE ASVAB TEST.  PLEASE STOP BY THE GUIDANCE DEPT. TO PICK UP YOUR RESULTS.  SEE MRS. TURNGREN

 ATTENTION STUDENTS, DAYTONA BEACH CAMPUS OF DSC IS SPONSORING AN OPEN HOUSE ON NOVEMBER 1ST FROM 5-7 PM.  IT IS A COLLEGE CREDIT AND DUALL ENROLLMENT OPEN HOUSE AND SENIORS CAN ENTER A $500 SCHOLARSHIP DRAWING TO BE AWARDED THAT EVENING AT 6:45 PM.  FINANCIAL AID AND DUALL ENROLLMENT WORKSHOPS WILL BEGIN AT 6PM THAT EVENING.  HOPE YOU CAN MAKE IT, FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 386-506-3642.

Interested in dual enrollment?  Need more info about taking the SAT or ACT?  Wanting information about applying to colleges or volunteer hours?  These are all excellent questions for your guidance counselor so why not come see them in the media center on Thursdays during lunch.  We just cut down on your commute.  See you in the media center this Thursday.

Didn’t get your picture taken?  Picture retakes will take place tomorrowNovember 2nd on the stage in the auditorium.  Make your way to the stage to get them taken during the day.  

Come out and join the lady Hawks for some volleyball tonight in the state playoffs as we take on Oviedo in the round of sweet sixteen. Game time is at 7 and admission is just 7.00.  See you there!

Attention those interested in trying out for the boys basketball team.  Tryouts will be Monday November 6th at 4:30 for JV and 6:30 for Varsity.  You must have your physical before being able to tryout.  Please see Coach Tramont in the gym during lunch for your physical forms.  

Auditions for the musical “We Will Rock You” will be this Thursday November 2nd after school in the chorus room.  All students wishing to audition must sign up in advance and turn in a completed application.  Students that have already signed up please make sure to turn in your applications before Thursday.  No experience is necessary and audition spots are limited so make sure to sign up today in the auditorium.

Join us in Portable 2 during lunch this Wednesday, November first, and each first and third Wednesday of the month, for the Autism Awareness and Acceptance club! Bring your lunch with you. This club is open to all Hawks interested in moving from mere awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorder to accepting people with ASD exactly as they are, and valuing uniqueness and diversity! Come by this Wednesday to join, get your pass for club picture day, and get a free bracelet!

Come out on the second and fourth Wednesdays to Portable 2 during lunch to join SCHS's writing club, Writers' Ink! All Hawks are welcome. This year we will workshop poetry and prose, and publish our work in a literary magazine at the end of the school year. Current club members need to come by Portable 2 right after school one day this week to pick up their passes for club picture day. 

(With video) Have you ever wanted to learn how to dance Salsa?  The Spanish Club is bringing back Carmen Velasquez¸ professional Salsa instructor, to teach us the basics of how to dance Salsa in a fun and comprehensible way.  Bring a friend on Friday´s after school at the cafeteria November 4th.  Be ready to start dancing at 3 p.m. sharp!

Want to make a difference and help out your community? Well you have a chance! Sophomore SGA is holding a drive for the Domestic Abuse Council, drop off personal care products in collection boxes in the main office, freshman atrium, or Mrs. Rocco's office.

Kindness Fundraiser: Ms. Palmer's class would like to spread some kindness around the school. During lunch on Wednesday's in the atrium, her class will be selling kindness grams for $1. You can give a kindness gram to a friend, teacher, or classmate! We will deliver them on Friday's. Let's spread some kindness!

SHOP the SUPER SALES this SATURDAY, NOV, 4th from 6-10 AM at the Belk’s Charity Fundraiser in the Port Orange Pavilion . You can also  shop the Pre-sale all this week. Purchase a $5.00 ticket and receive entry to the sale Saturday morning. You will receive $5.00 off of your purchase. A WIN-WIN!PLUS  GIFT CARDS FOR 1st 100 customers. 100% of the proceeds go to Student and Teacher Events sponsored by the Parent Advisory Committee PAC. Email pacschs@ gmail. com for tickets or stop by the activities office. Special note, each person may use two $5.00 tickets at this event. Get yours today!

Attention all nature lovers!  Stop by M-26 for all your plant purchases.  We have indoor and outdoor plants for sale.  A gift of a plant shows those around you that you care.  The Healthy Hawks Garden has a plant for you.  

Seniors this Friday, DSP will be on campus to take the yearbook senior photos.  If you haven’t scheduled a time, please see Coach Mowrey in room L04.  

The price of the yearbook will be going up soon.  Get yours today in room L04 for the low price of $90. Seniors, Tribute ads are due November 1.  Please bring them to room L04.  

Spruce Creek Customs will be selling Creek shirts for $10 this Thursday.  Stop by the store in room L04 during lunch.  We still have breast cancer shirts as well.  

 

 

Tuesday, October 31

FridayNovember 3 is our annual Healthy Schools “Teach the Flu a Lesson” flu shot event. Students will have the opportunity to get the flu shot on campus during 1st period. Students must have a completed parent permission form in order to participate.  The permission form can be downloaded from the homepage of our school’s website. Remember to have a parent or guardian sign it and then you may turn it into the Dean’s Office room F12. 

SHOP the SUPER SALES this SATURDAY, NOV, 4th from 6-10 AM at the Belk’s Charity Fundraiser in the Port Orange Pavilion . You can also  shop the Pre-sale all this week. Purchase a $5.00 ticket and receive entry to the sale Saturday morning. You will receive $5.00 off of your purchase. A WIN-WIN!PLUS  GIFT CARDS FOR 1st 100 customers. 100% of the proceeds go to Student and Teacher Events sponsored by the Parent Advisory Committee PAC. Email pacschs@ gmail. com for tickets or stop by the activities office. Special note, each person may use two $5.00 tickets at this event. Get yours today!

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO TOOK THE ASVAB TEST.  PLEASE STOP BY THE GUIDANCE DEPT. TO PICK UP YOUR RESULTS.  SEE MRS. TURNGREN

 DAYTONA BEACH CAMPUS OF DSC IS SPONSORING AN OPEN HOUSE ON NOVEMBER 1ST FROM 5-7 PM.  IT IS A COLLEGE CREDIT AND DUALL ENROLLMENT OPEN HOUSE AND SENIORS CAN ENTER A $500 SCHOLARSHIP DRAWING TO BE AWARDED THAT EVENING AT 6:45 PM.  FINANCIAL AID AND DUALL ENROLLMENT WORKSHOPS WILL BEGIN AT 6PM THAT EVENING.  HOPE YOU CAN MAKE IT, FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 386-506-3642.

Attention any current or potential dual enrollment students.  The DSC course search is up on their website for you to start building your spring schedules.  Counselors will be in room 0-17 at lunch on Tuesday, 10/31 to sign off on classes and answer any questions you have.  Make sure you jump on it now to get the best pick of classes for January.  See you in 0-17 Tuesday at lunch.

THE DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION FOR THE DECEMBER 9TH  ACT TEST IS NOVEMBER 3RD WITHOUT PAYING LATE FEES.  IF YOU NEED ANY ASSISTANCE WITH REGISTERING FOR THE TEST MS. JONES WILL BE IN O-14 DURING LUNCH BEGINNING TUEDAY TO ASSIST.  PLEASE HAVE A VALID EMAIL ACCOUNT WHEN YOU COME TO REGISTER.  

Those interested in trying out for the boys basketball team.  Tryouts will be Monday November 6th at 4:30 for JV and 6:30 for Varsity.  You must have your physical before being able to tryout.  Please see Coach Tramont in the gym during lunch for your physical forms.  

Didn’t get your picture taken?  Picture retakes will take place on Thursday November 2nd on the stage in the auditorium.  Make your way to the stage to get them taken during the day.  

 Auditions for the musical “We Will Rock You” will be this Thursday November 2nd after school in the chorus room.  All students wishing to audition must sign up in advance and turn in a completed application.  Students that have already signed up please make sure to turn in your applications before Thursday.  No experience is necessary and audition spots are limited so make sure to sign up today in the auditorium.

Join us in Portable 2 during lunch this Wednesday, November first, and each first and third Wednesday of the month, for the Autism Awareness and Acceptance club! Bring your lunch with you. This club is open to all Hawks interested in moving from mere awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorder to accepting people with ASD exactly as they are, and valuing uniqueness and diversity! Come by this Wednesday to join, get your pass for club picture day, and get a free bracelet!

Come out on the second and fourth Wednesdays to Portable 2 during lunch to join SCHS's writing club, Writers' Ink! All Hawks are welcome. This year we will workshop poetry and prose, and publish our work in a literary magazine at the end of the school year. Current club members need to come by Portable 2 right after school one day this week to pick up their passes for club picture day. 

Seniors this Friday, DSP will be on campus to take the yearbook senior photos.  If you haven’t scheduled a time, please see Coach Mowrey in room L04.  

The price of the yearbook will be going up soon.  Get yours today in room L04 for the low price of $90. Seniors, Tribute ads are due November 1.  Please bring them to room L04.  

Spruce Creek Customs will be selling Creek shirts for $10 this Thursday.  Stop by the store in room L04 during lunch.  We still have breast cancer shirts as well.  

 

Monday, October 30

UNDERCLASSMEN PHOTO RETAKES- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2ND.

Friday, November 3RD is our annual Healthy Schools “Teach the Flu a Lesson” flu shot event. Students will have the opportunity to get the flu shot on campus during 1st period. Students must have a completed parent permission form in order to participate.  The permission form can be downloaded from the homepage of our school’s website. Remember to have a parent or guardian sign it and then you may turn it into the Dean’s Office room F12. 

STUDENTS WHO TOOK THE ASVAB TEST.  PLEASE STOP BY THE GUIDANCE DEPT. TO PICK UP YOUR RESULTS.  SEE MRS. TURNGREN

 All Seniors! As you receive your college acceptance letters, remember to bring them in to share with your guidance counselor. We want to celebrate with you!

DAYTONA BEACH CAMPUS OF DSC IS SPONSORING AN OPEN HOUSE ON NOVEMBER 1ST FROM 5-7 PM.  IT IS A COLLEGE CREDIT AND DUALL ENROLLMENT OPEN HOUSE AND SENIORS CAN ENTER A $500 SCHOLARSHIP DRAWING TO BE AWARDED THAT EVENING AT 6:45 PM.  FINANCIAL AID AND DUALL ENROLLMENT WORKSHOPS WILL BEGIN AT 6PM THAT EVENING.  HOPE YOU CAN MAKE IT, FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 386-506-3642.

Attention any current or potential dual enrollment students.  The DSC course search is up on their website for you to start building your spring schedules.  Counselors will be in room 0-17 at lunch on Tuesday, 10/31 to sign off on classes and answer any questions you have.  Make sure you jump on it now to get the best pick of classes for January.  See you in 0-17 Tuesday at lunch.

THE DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION FOR THE DECEMBER 9TH  ACT TEST IS NOVEMBER 3RD WITHOUT PAYING LATE FEES.  IF YOU NEED ANY ASSISTANCE WITH REGISTERING FOR THE TEST MS. JONES WILL BE IN O-14 DURING LUNCH BEGINNING TUEDAY TO ASSIST.  PLEASE HAVE A VALID EMAIL ACCOUNT WHEN YOU COME TO REGISTER.  

Didn’t get your picture taken?  Picture retakes will take place on Thursday November 2nd on the stage in the auditorium.  Make your way to the stage to get them taken during the day.  

Auditions for the musical “We Will Rock You” will be this Thursday November 2nd after school in the chorus room.  All students wishing to audition must sign up in advance and turn in a completed application.  Students that have already signed up please make sure to turn in your

applications before Thursday.  No experience is necessary and audition spots are limited so make sure to sign up today in the auditorium.

Attention EVERYONE: Bring your change tomorrow.  The annual Halloween Trick or Treat for UNICEF will be happening in classes and around the school.  Help support children in need around the world.

Seniors this Friday, DSP will be on campus to take the yearbook senior photos.  If you haven’t scheduled a time, please see Coach Mowrey in room L04.  

The price of the yearbook will be going up soon.  Get yours today in room L04 for the low price of $90.

Spruce Creek Customs will be selling Creek shirts for $10 this Thursday.  Stop by the store in room L04 during lunch.  We still have breast cancer shirts as well.  

 

Friday, October 27

PINK POP-UP PEP RALLY TODAY IN THE GYM AT LUNCH

DONATIONS  ACCEPTED FOR  CANNONBALLS FOR KAYNE FOUNDATION.

 

ATTENTION, IF YOU ARE TAKING THE ACT TEST HERE AT SPRUCE CREEK ON SATURDAY, PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU BRING YOUR PHOTO ID AND YOUR PRINTED ADMISSION TICKET.

REPORT CARDS FOR STUDENTS WHO DO NOT HAVE A 2ND PERIOD ON CAMPUS ARE IN GUIDANCE WITH MRS. TURNGREN.

ATTENTION STUDENTS, DAYTONA BEACH CAMPUS OF DSC IS SPONSORING AN OPEN HOUSE ON NOVEMBER 1ST FROM 5-7 PM.  IT IS A COLLEGE CREDIT AND DUALL ENROLLMENT OPEN HOUSE AND SENIORS CAN ENTER A $500 SCHOLARSHIP DRAWING TO BE AWARDED THAT EVENING AT 6:45 PM.  FINANCIAL AID AND DUALL ENROLLMENT WORKSHOPS WILL BEGIN AT 6PM THAT EVENING.  HOPE YOU CAN MAKE IT, FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 386-506-3642.

GIRLS BASKETBALL TRYOUTS ARE MONDAY AND TUESDAY.  PLEASE REPORT TO PORTABLE 1 AT 3 PM ON MONDAY WITH A COMPLETED PHYSICAL.  FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE COACH JONES OR COACH HAMM INTHE GYM DURING LUNCH TODAY.

Tonight from 5 PM to 8 PM AITR is hosting its annual HAUNTED SCHOOL.  Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door.  On Friday all attending the last home football game can bring their ticket stub to the door for $1 off the purchase price. The Haunted School is TRULY haunted and we promise to scare you to bits.

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute ads are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04. Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook beforeNovember 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.  To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04. 

THE GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM STILL HAS CHICK FIL A CALENDARS.  THEY WILL MAKE GREAT STOCKING STUFFERS.  SEE COACH JONES IF YOU NEED MORE.

 

Be sure to stop by Creek Customs in room L04 at Lunch today to get your Breast Cancer shirts for tonight’s pink out.  Breast cancer shirts are $15 for  short sleeve and $20 for long sleeve.  Other shirts are $10.  

 

The price of the yearbook will be going up soon.  Make sure to get yours today in room L04 before the price goes up.  

 

Thursday, October 26

Pink out day tomorrow

POP UP PEP RALLY AT LUNCH

Congratulations to the lady Hawks volleyball team for their exciting win against Lake Mary last night. The girls are now in the sweet 16 of the state playoffs.  Great job ladies! Special congrats to Lindsey Pliapol for achieving 1000 kills in her career here at Spruce Creek.  Our next game is Wednesday Nov 1 at 7 pm in our gym. Go lady Hawks!

The Big Red Bus is here today.  If you didn’t sign up that’s ok, if you are 17,  just stop by the N building to get a walk in appointment!  One pint of blood could save up to 3 lives.  

REPORT CARDS FOR STUDENTS WHO DO NOT HAVE A 2ND PERIOD ON CAMPUS ARE IN GUIDANCE WITH MRS. TURNGREN.

ATTENTION STUDENTS, DAYTONA BEACH CAMPUS OF DSC IS SPONSORING AN OPEN HOUSE ON NOVEMBER 1ST FROM 5-7 PM.  IT IS A COLLEGE CREDIT AND DUALL ENROLLMENT OPEN HOUSE AND SENIORS CAN ENTER A $500 SCHOLARSHIP DRAWING TO BE AWARDED THAT EVENING AT 6:45 PM.  FINANCIAL AID AND DUALL ENROLLMENT WORKSHOPS WILL BEGIN AT 6PM THAT EVENING.  HOPE YOU CAN MAKE IT, FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 386-506-3642.

This Thursday and Friday from 5 PM to 8 PM AITR is hosting its annual HAUNTED SCHOOL.  Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door.  On Friday all attending the last home football game can bring their ticket stub to the door for $1 off the purchase price. The Haunted School is TRULY haunted and we promise to scare you to bits.

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute ads are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04. Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook beforeNovember 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.  To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04. 

Be sure to stop by Creek Customs in room L04 at Lunch today and Friday to get your Breast Cancer shirts for tomorrow night’s pink out.  Breast cancer shirts are $15 for short sleeve and $20 for long sleeve.  Other shirts are $10. 

The price of the yearbook will be going up soon.  Make sure to get yours today in room L04 before the price goes up.  

 

Wednesday, October 25

We would like to congratulate our first quarter recipients of the excellence in effort award. Bella Bollota, Jillian Black, Dashawn Moody, Scott Everhart, Patrick Hill, Nick Hodgins and Brandy Broadnax.  Congrats Hawks for the hard work and effort you have put in this first part of the year.  Don’t forget to join us for lunch tomorrow in the Black Hawk Inn at 11:15am and also make sure that you come to the main office at 7am Thursday morning to have your photo taken with all hawks being recognized this month. 

Spruce Creek Boys Golf Team advanced to the Class 3-A golf state championship placing second place in the Region 2 Regional. Junior Andrew Klem led the Hawks with a 2 under par 70.

Today, Ms. Palmer's class will not be selling kindness grams in the atrium. If you would like to purchase one for $1, you can come to Portable 16. Thanks

DAYTONA BEACH CAMPUS OF DSC IS SPONSORING AN OPEN HOUSE ON NOVEMBER 1ST FROM 5-7 PM.  IT IS A COLLEGE CREDIT AND DUALL ENROLLMENT OPEN HOUSE AND SENIORS CAN ENTER A $500 SCHOLARSHIP DRAWING TO BE AWARDED THAT EVENING AT 6:45 PM.  FINANCIAL AID AND DUALL ENROLLMENT WORKSHOPS WILL BEGIN AT 6PM THAT EVENING.  HOPE YOU CAN MAKE IT, FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 386-506-3642.

A REPRESENTATIVE FROM VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING LUNCH TODAY, IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY THEIR TABLE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOL.

For all those interested in trying out for this year’s boys and girl’s tennis teams, there will be a brief meeting at the beginning of lunch this Wednesday, October 23rd in Coach Palmer’s room, C21.

GIRLS BASKETBALL TRYOUTS WILL BE OCTOBER 30TH & 31ST (MONDAY AND TUESDAY).  YOU MUST HAVE A COMPLETED PHYSICAL AND IT MUST BE TURNED ON PRIOR TO TRYOUTS.  IF YOU NEED A PHYSICAL FORM YOU CAN DOWNLOAD IT FROM THE WEBSITE.

It is that time of year again to announce our Mainstage Theatre production and auditions.  The production this year will be the musical “We Will Rock You” by the band Queen and writer Ben Elton.  Auditions for the production will be held Thursday Nov 2nd.  If you are interested in auditioning please stop by the auditorium to sign up and get an application.  We will need a number of dancers that do not need to have vocal training.  All are welcome to audition, no experience necessary. Also if you are interested in the design or technical theatre please stop by for more information.

The African Awareness Club will hold its first meeting today, during lunch, in Rm. 0-20.  Everyone is invited and welcomed to attend.  All Lives Matter! It's a great day to be a Hawk! 

The SCHS Choirs will present their Fall Choral Concert tonight, Wednesday, October 25, 2107, 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium. Performing will be the Women's Ensemble, Men's Ensemble, Meistersingers, Bell Chantique Women's Chorus and Concert Choir. Combined choirs will sing a choral medley from "Little Shop of Horrors" for the closing selection. No admission charge.  Free with donations accepted. Please come and support the 100 members who comprise the SCHS Chorus department.

This WednesdayThursday and Friday from 5 PM to 8 PM AITR is hosting its annual HAUNTED SCHOOL.  Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door.  On Friday all attending the last home football game can bring their ticket stub to the door for $1 off the purchase price. The Haunted School is TRULY haunted and we promise to scare you to bits.

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute ads are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04. Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.  To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04. 

Spruce Creek Customs has new shirts for sale starting Friday at lunch.  Shirts are $10.  We also have breast cancer awareness shirts to sell Thursday and Friday too.  Short Sleeves are $15 and Long Sleeves are $20.  

The price of the yearbook will be going up soon.  Make sure to get yours today in room L04 before the price goes up.  

 

Tuesday, October 24

FRIDAY IS PINK OUT DAY! DRESS FORM HEAD TO TOE IN PINK AND JOIN US IN THE GYM DURING LUNCH FOR A POP UP PEP RALLY!

Congratulations to our department students for the month of October. AITR- John Many, AVID- Chrissy Wheeler, Academy of Finance- Tresa Buquicchio, Family and consumer science- Brooks Davies, Mathematics- Mallory Kelly, For English- Sharadha Sreeniva, Foreign Language- Elysse Goodell, Science- Seth Jolly. For Social Studies- Dale Traficante and Alex Gracia, Performing Arts- Aiden Nipper, Physical Education- Cade Ornstein and Kathy Tuballa, Reading- Kim Nguyen and our JROTC student of the month- Brian Kramer. 

Our Hawks of the month for October 2017 - Athlete of the month- Shea Outlaw, Citizen of the month- Alyssa Haygood, Scholar of the month- Markus Eldridge and our Hawk of the month for October 2017 is Morgan Spraker.

We would like to recognize our faculty and staff for October as follows: Teacher of the month- Mr. John Dupuis.  for Teaching Technique-Anne Cooney, Educational Atmosphere- Mary Piper, Special Projects- Sergeant Major Emmerson and Colonel Clark, Staff Member- Dragon Nadzam and our volunteers for October- Ms. Amy Murray. 

Congratulations again, all October winners. Don’t forget to attend the luncheon in your honor Thursday, October 26th  at 11:15am in the Black Hawk Inn and your photo will be taken that morning at 7am in the main office.  

Congratulations to the Model UN members who attended the first county conference of the year on Saturday.  The Spruce Creek team won the Outstanding Delegation Award, Molly Wagner won the Outstanding Novice Award and Zach LeBlanc the Distinguished Diplomat award.  

A REPRESENTATIVE FROM MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE WILL BE ON CAMPUS OCTOBER 24TH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM DURING LUNCH.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOL.

A REPRESENTATIVE FROM JONES TECHNICAL INSTITUTE FROM JACKSONVILLE FL WILL BE ON TODAY DURING STUDENT LUNCH.  PLEASE STOP BY THEIR TABLE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOL.

For all those interested in trying out for this year’s boys and girls tennis teams, there will be a brief meeting at the beginning of lunch this Wednesday, October 23rd in Coach Palmer’s room, C21.

Attention all those interested in trying out for the Boys Basketball team this year.  There will be an informational meeting in the gym during lunch today (Tuesday October 24th).  The meeting will include information pertaining to physicals, tryouts, and pre-season conditioning opportunities.  Grab your lunch and head straight to the gym near the coaches office to meet with Coach Tramont.  See you there! 

GIRLS BASKETBALL TRYOUTS WILL BE  OCTOBER 30TH & 31ST (MONDAY AND TUESDAY).  YOU MUST HAVE A COMPLETED PHYSICAL AND IT MUST BE TURNED ON PRIOR TO TRYOUTS.  IF YOU NEED A PHYSICAL FORM YOU CAN DOWNLOAD IT FROM THE WEBSITE.

It is that time of year again to announce our Mainstage Theatre production and auditions.  The production this year will be the musical “We Will Rock You” by the band Queen and writer Ben Elton.  Auditions for the production will be held Thursday Nov 2nd.  If you are interested in auditioning please stop by the auditorium to sign up and get an application.  We will need a number of dancers that do not need to have vocal training.  All are welcome to audition, no experience necessary. Also if you are interested in the design or technical theatre please stop by for more information.

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute ads are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04. Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook beforeNovember 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.  To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04. 

Spruce Creek Customs has new shirts for sale starting Friday at lunch.  Shirts are $10.  We also have breast cancer awareness shirts to sell Thursday and Friday too.  Short Sleeves are $15 and Long Sleeves are $20.  

The price of the yearbook will be going up soon.  Make sure to get yours today in room L04 before the price goes up.  

 

Monday, October 23

Congrats to the girl’s Cross-country team on winning the 5 Star cross country championship this past weekend it was the third straight for the seniors. A Big Congrats to senior Camryn Cooney on winning the individual championship for the second year in a row. other stand outs who made first team all-conference Sam Gayton, Kaitlyn Murray and Hailey Rodriguez.  Congrats to Griffin Cooney 1st Team All-conference and Luke Kathman 2nd Team All-conference  

Our Girls’ Volleyball Team is District champs AGAIN! Men’s Golf- secured the District championship last week.

Our High Steppin Hawks placed 1st in class and 2nd overall this weekend

AND our Hawks Varsity Football beat out Mandarin in an exciting double overtime game Friday night, making Coach Price the winningest football coach in Hawk History.

FRIDAY IS PINK OUT DAY! DRESS FORM HEAD TO TOE IN PINK AND JOIN US IN THE GYM DURING LUNCH FOR A POP UP PEP RALLY!

All Seniors! As you receive your college acceptance letters, remember to bring them in to share with your guidance counselor. We want to celebrate with you!

A REPRESENTATIVE FROM MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE WILL BE ON CAMPUS OCTOBER 24TH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM DURING LUNCH.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOL.

A REPRESENTATIVE FROM JONES TECHNICAL INSTITUTE FROM JACKSONVILLE FL WILL BE ON CAMPUS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24TH DURING STUDENT LUNCH.  PLEASE STOP BY THEIR TABLE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOL.

For all those interested in trying out for this year’s boys and girls tennis teams, there will be a brief meeting at the beginning of lunch this Wednesday, October 23rd in Coach Palmer’s room, C21. It is that time of year again to announce our Mainstage Theatre production and auditions.  The production this year will be the musical “We Will Rock You” by the band Queen and writer Ben Elton.  Auditions for the production will be held Thursday Nov 2nd.  If you are interested in auditioning please stop by the auditorium to sign up and get an application.  We will need a number of dancers that do not need to have vocal training.  All are welcome to audition,  no experience necessary. Also if you are interested in the design or technical theatre please stop by for more information.

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute ads are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04. Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.  To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04. 

Spruce Creek Customs has new shirts for sale starting Friday at lunch.  Shirts are $10.  We also have breast cancer awareness shirts to sell Thursday and Friday too.  Short Sleeves are $15 and Long Sleeves are $20.  

The price of the yearbook will be going up soon.  Make sure to get yours today in room L04 before the price goes up.    

 

Friday, October 20

Congratulations to the lady Hawks volleyball team on winning the district championship by defeating Deland. Great job ladies! The lady Hawks volleyball team will their next round of the state playoffs next week.  

 

If you see a swimmer wearing a blue district team shirt make sure you congratulate them for being awesome! The swim team started with almost 80 swimmers.....only 36 swimmers qualified to represent Spruce Creek at the district swim meet next week. Congratulations District Team!

 

ATTENTION STUDENTS A REPRESENTATIVE FROM DSC WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING LUNCH FRIDAY OCTOBER 2OTH. PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT DSC.

ATTENTION STUDENTS A REPRESENTATIVE FROM MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE WILL BE ON CAMPUS OCTOBER 24TH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM DURING LUNCH.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOL.

ATTENTION STUDENTS A REPRESENTATIVE FROM JONES TECHNICAL INSTITUTE FROM JACKSONVILLE FL WILL BE ON CAMPUS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24TH DURING STUDENT LUNCH.  PLEASE STOP BY THEIR TABLE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOL.

ATTENTION STUDENTS A REPRESENTATIVE FROM JONES TECHNICAL INSTITUTE FROM JACKSONVILLE FL WILL BE ON CAMPUS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24TH DURING STUDENT LUNCH.  PLEASE STOP BY THEIR TABLE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOL.

Seniors, Jostens will be here Wednesday thru Friday in the main atrium during lunch for all of your graduation orders. This does not include your cap and gown.  If you missed senior activities day last week and did not fill out the form to order your cap and gown, please stop by the activities office and see Mrs. Rocco. 

Haven’t  bought your yearbook yet?  Get it today before the price goes up soon.  Bring your $90 to room L04 to make sure you aren’t left out. 

 

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute ads are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04. Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.  To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04. 

Spruce Creek Customs has new shirts for sale starting Friday at lunch.  Shirts are $10.  We also have breast cancer awareness shirts to sell Friday too.  Short Sleeves are $15 and Long Sleeves are $20.  

Seniors, Jostens will be here today, Friday in the main atrium during lunch for all of your graduation orders. This does not include your cap and gown.  If you missed senior activities day last week and did not fill out the form to order your cap and gown, please stop by the activities office and see Mrs. Rocco. 

 

 

 

Thursday, October 19

Undefeated JV Hawks will take on Vero Beach tonight here at home.  Kickoff is at 6pm.

Congratulations to the lady Hawks volleyball team for their win against Sandalwood last night advancing them to the district finals tonight at Flagler Palm Coast.  Go lady Hawks!

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA WILL BE ON CAMPUS OCTOBER 19TH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT UNF.

A REPRESENTATIVE FROM DSC WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING LUNCH FRIDAY OCTOBER 2OTH. PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT DSC.

Have you ever wanted to learn how to dance Salsa?  The Spanish Club is bringing back Carmen Velasquez¸ professional Salsa instructor, to teach us the basics of how to dance Salsa in a fun and comprehensible way.  Bring a friend on Friday´s after school at the cafeteria October 20th.  Be ready to start dancing at 3 p.m. sharp!

Attention Model United Nations members: there is a special meeting at lunch TODAY in O-16 , to prepare for Saturday’s conference.  Come to find out about the topic and work on your country.  See you there. 

Seniors, Jostens will be here Wednesday thru Friday in the main atrium during lunch for all of your graduation orders. This does not include your cap and gown.  If you missed senior activities day last week and did not fill out the form to order your cap and gown, please stop by the activities office and see Mrs. Rocco. 

Haven’t bought your yearbook yet?  Get it today before the price goes up soon.  Bring your $90 to room L04 to make sure you aren’t left out. 

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute ads are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04. Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.   To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04. 

Spruce Creek Customs has new shirts for sale starting Friday at lunch.  Shirts are $10.  We also have breast cancer awareness shirts to sell Friday too.  Short Sleeves are $15 and Long Sleeves are $20.  


Wednesday, October 18

Student Government would like to award the following clubs with awards for their carnival booths: Most likely to promote positive change in the world – AVID;  Most Authentic immersion Experience – South Asian Club; Best NEW edible Awesomeness – Science Olympiad;  Best Homemade Cookin’ – Mu Alpha Theta;  Bestest, Largest, Uniquest Variety of Tasty Treats – Gay-Straight Alliance Club.

Homecoming Field Night was a smashing success.  Student Government would like to Congratulate the Young Republicans for their overall win and also congratulations to the Softball team for winning the first ever Socktoberfest award!  

All students who signed up to take the ASVAB on Thursday morning, Oct. 19th should report to the media center by 7:20 am. The ASVAB will start at 7:30 am promptly and end at 10:30 am. We still have a few seats left so if you would like to take the career interest/military placement assessment, see Mrs. Turngren in the Guidance office before 11:30 on Wed. to sign up. 

ATTENTION STUDENTS, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA WILL BE ON CAMPUS OCTOBER 19TH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT UNF.

ATTENTION STUDENTS A REPRESENTATIVE FROM DSC WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING LUNCH FRIDAY OCTOBER 2OTH. PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT DSC.

All students interested in the Voice of Democracy Patriotic Audio Essay Competition should see their school counselor for more information and an application. Students can win an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C. and scholarship money. The deadline to apply is Oct. 31st so don’t delay.

Good luck to our lady hawks volleyball team as they start district play at Flagler Palm Coast .  Game play starts at 5 p.m.  go lady hawks!

Have you ever wanted to learn how to dance Salsa?  The Spanish Club is bringing back Carmen Velasquez¸ professional Salsa instructor, to teach us the basics of how to dance Salsa in a fun and comprehensible way.  Bring a friend on Friday´s after school at the cafeteria October 20th.  Be ready to start dancing at 3 p.m. sharp!

Get your heart pumping first thing Wednesday morning with the United States Army Pull up bar challenge. This event will be in the main atrium from 7am to 7:20am

Attention Model United Nations members: there is a special meeting at lunch tomorrowThursday, in O-16, to prepare for Saturday’s conference.  Come to find out about the topic and work on your country.  See you there. 

Seniors, Jostens will be here Wednesday thru Friday in the main atrium during lunch for all of your graduation orders. This does not include your cap and gown.  If you missed senior activities day last week and did not fill out the form to order your cap and gown, please stop by the activities office and see Mrs. Rocco. 

Kindness Fundraiser: Ms. Palmer's class would like to spread some kindness around the school. During lunch on Wednesday's in the atrium, her class will be selling candy grams for $1. You can give a candy gram to a friend, teacher, or classmate! We will deliver them on Friday's. Let's spread some kindness!

SMOOTHIE KING SMOOTHIES ARE BACK! SMOOTHIES WILL BE SOLD IN THE ATRIUM AFTER SCHOOL ON WEDNESDAYS STARTING TODAY.  

Haven’t  bought your yearbook yet?  Get it today before the price goes up soon.  Bring your $90 to room L04 to make sure you aren’t left out. 

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute ads are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04. Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.   To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04. 

 

Spruce Creek Customs has new shirts for sale starting Friday at lunch.  Shirts are $10.  We also have breast cancer awareness shirts to sell Friday too.  Short Sleeves are $15 and Long Sleeves are $20.  

 

Tuesday, October 17

FLORIDA POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY AND THE UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT WILL BE ON CAMPUS OCTOBER 17TH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOLS.

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA WILL BE ON CAMPUS OCTOBER 19TH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT UNF.

All students interested in the Voice of Democracy Patriotic Audio Essay Competition should see their school counselor for more information and an application. Students can win an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C. and scholarship money. The deadline to apply is Oct. 31st so don’t delay.

Have you ever wanted to learn how to dance Salsa?  The Spanish Club is bringing back Carmen Velasquez¸ professional Salsa instructor, to teach us the basics of how to dance Salsa in a fun and comprehensible way.  Bring a friend on Friday´s after school at the cafeteria October 20th.  Be ready to start dancing at 3 p.m. sharp!

Do you love reading and discussing a good book? Would you like to also be a part of a county-wide quiz bowl and book challenge? Join us for information about the upcoming Battle of the Books! Our participants will read the selections on the challenge list, generate thought provoking questions, and participate in a high school Battle of the Books Quiz Bowl.  The first meeting will take place during lunch in the Media Center on October 18th.  Students will learn an overview of the book titles and details about the battle.  All grade levels are invited to join; the only requirement is an inquisitive mind and a love of reading! Teachers, please feel free to join us, as well!

Get your heart pumping first thing Wednesday morning with the United States Army Pull up bar challenge. This event will be in the main atrium from 7am to 7:20am

Seniors, Jostens will be here Wednesday thru Friday in the main atrium during lunch for your graduation orders. This does not include your cap and gown.  If you missed senior activities day last week and did not fill out the form to order your cap and gown, please stop by the activities office and see Mrs. Rocco. 

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute adds are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04. Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.   To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04. 

 

Spruce Creek Customs has new shirts for sale starting Friday at lunch.  Shirts are $10.  We also have breast cancer awareness shirts to sell Friday too.  Short Sleeves are $15 and Long Sleeves are $20.  

 

Monday, October 16

ATTENTION STUDENTS, FLORIDA POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY  and the UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT  WILL BE ON CAMPUS OCTOBER 17TH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOLS.

All students  interested in the Voice of Democracy  Patriotic Audio Essay Competition should see their school counselor for more information and an application. Students can win an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C. and scholarship money. The deadline to apply is Oct. 31st so don’t delay.

And now for the weather—Good news, Hawks! Our first cool front will be arriving tonight into tomorrow morning. Rain chances today will be around 40% throughout the day under partly sunny skies. Today’s high will be 86 degrees with east winds 5 to 10 mph. Currently, it’s 77 degrees with calm winds. 

 

Friday, October 13

Congratulations to the lady Hawks volleyball team for their win against University and Deland high schools giving them an undefeated conference championship!!!!   Special congrats to our seniors lindsey pliapol, Cami Brousse, ally Goldman, Anna Giannini, mary roth and shay White!

 

ATTENTION STUDENTS, FLORIDA POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY  and the UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT  WILL BE ON CAMPUS OCTOBER 17TH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOLS.

 

Students, have you been thinking about what career you would like after high school? Are you trying to decide what major to choose for college? Do you wonder what career would best fit your talents, skills and interests? If you answered “ yes” to any of these questions, then you will want to sign up to take the ASVAB career interest inventory assessment.  We are offering it on the morning of Oct. 19th in our media center .   The ASVAB can help you discover  your interests and career opportunities including any branch of the military.  See your counselor for more information and sign up with  Mrs. Turngren in the Guidance Office.

Seniors and Juniors, don’t miss out on the Excellence in Education challenge this year. You could win a 2018 Jeep Compass from Daytona Dodge at the Daytona Auto Mall. Stop by the activities office to pick up an entry form. 

 

All students  interested in the Voice of Democracy  Patriotic Audio Essay Competition should see their school counselor for more information and an application. Students can win an allexpense paid trip to Washington D.C. and scholarship money. The deadline to apply is Oct. 31st so don’t delay.

 

ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYIING OUT FOR GIRLS OR BOYS SOCCER. TRYOUTS ARE NEAR AS THE GIRLS BEGIN ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17TH WHILE THE BOYS BEGIN ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 23RD.  TWO COPIES OF ALL PAPER WORK MUST BE SUBMITTED TO ROOM C8 PRIOR TO TRYOUTS. PLEASE SEE COACH COSTNER IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS

 

Join PAC for their October monthly meeting on Tuesday, October 10th at 5:30 PM in the Media Center. 

Today during Carnival is your last opportunity to buy Homecoming tickets.  The price is $25.  They will be sold in the book room hallway next to the media center.  No tickets will be sold after school or at the door.  If you bought online you still need a ticket to get into the dance.  Tomorrow the dance begins at 7 pm you will need your ticket and a picture ID to enter the dance.

 

The Academic Team is hosting a trivia competition during the Homecoming carnival. Come down to room G-2 anytime during the carnival and test your knowledge. The winner of each round earns a candy prize and a chance to compete in the champions' round at 1:30.

 

Like Sweet Frog? Purchase a Go Hawks!! Light-up Bracelet from PAC for $5 and receive 20% off at Sweet Frog in Port Orange and Daytona when you wear your bracelet. What a sweet deal! Contact pacschs@ gmail.com to get yours today or they will be on sale at the 10/13 & 10/27 football games.

 

Get your Christmas shopping done early. Belk's Charity Fundraiser tickets are being sold for $5 by PAC. Receive $5 off your purchase and enjoy amazing deals throughout the store. Attend Private Sale on Saturday, November 4th from 6-10 AM. First 100 customers receive a gift card. Pre-Sale 10/23-11/3. 100% of ticket sale profits benefits SCHS activities PAC supports and your receive $5 off. It's a WIN - WIN!! Contact pacschs@ gmail.com to get yours today.

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute adds are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04. Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.   To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04.  

 

 

Thursday, October 12

ATTENTION STUDENTS, NORWICH UNIVERSITY WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING LUNCH ON OCTOBER 12TH, IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOL.

Students, have you been thinking about what career you would like after high school? Are you trying to decide what major to choose for college? Do you wonder what career would best fit your talents, skills and interests? If you answered “ yes” to any of these questions, then you will want to sign up to take the ASVAB career interest inventory assessment.  We are offering it on the morning of Oct. 19th in our media center .   The ASVAB can help you discover  your interests and career opportunities including any branch of the military.  See your counselor for more information and sign up with  Mrs. Turngren in the Guidance Office.

Seniors and Juniors, don’t miss out on the Excellence in Education challenge this year. You could win a 2018 Jeep Compass from Daytona Dodge at the Daytona Auto Mall. Stop by the activities office to pick up an entry form. 

All students  interested in the Voice of Democracy  Patriotic Audio Essay Competition should see their school counselor for more information and an application. Students can win an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C. and scholarship money. The deadline to apply is Oct. 31st so don’t delay.

 

Join PAC for their October monthly meeting on Tuesday, October 10th at 5:30 PM in the Media Center. 

Join the Lady Hawks volleyball team tonight as they celebrate senior night.  Watch mary roth, ally Goldman, Anna Giannini, Cami Brousse, shay White, and lindsey Pliapol as they play in their final regular season home match   Game times are 5 and 6 Tonight in our gym. Go lady Hawks!

 

ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYIING OUT FOR GIRLS OR BOYS SOCCER. TRYOUTS ARE NEAR AS THE GIRLS BEGIN ONTUESDAY, OCTOBER 17TH WHILE THE BOYS BEGIN ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 23RD.  TWO COPIES OF ALL PAPER WORK MUST BE SUBMITTED TO ROOM C8 PRIOR TO TRYOUTS. PLEASE SEE COACH COSTNER IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS

THERE WILL BE A GIRLS BASKETBALL INTEREST MEEETING IN THE GYM DURING LUNCH TODAY.

 

The Academic Team is hosting a trivia competition during the Homecoming carnival. Come down to room G-2 anytime during the carnival and test your knowledge. The winner of each round earns a candy prize and a chance to compete in the champions' round at 1:30.

Like Sweet Frog? Purchase a Go Hawks!! Light-up Bracelet from PAC for $5 and receive 20% off at Sweet Frog in Port Orange and Daytona when you wear your bracelet. What a sweet deal! Contact pacschs@ gmail.com to get yours today or they will be on sale at the 10/13 & 10/27 football games.

Get your Christmas shopping done early. Belk's Charity Fundraiser tickets are being sold for $5 by PAC. Receive $5 off your purchase and enjoy amazing deals throughout the store. Attend Private Sale on Saturday, November 4th from 6-10 AM. First 100 customers receive a gift card. Pre-Sale 10/23-11/3. 100% of ticket sale profits benefits SCHS activities PAC supports and your receive $5 off. It's a WIN - WIN!! Contact pacschs@gmail.com to get yours today.

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute adds are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04. Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.   To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04.  

 

Tuesday, October 10

Reminder: The PSAT will be held tomorrow, we will be testing all 10th graders in their advisement class rooms and 11th graders, who paid to take the PSAT, in designated testing rooms for them as well. Please look for the advisement room locators that are hanging around the school to find you testing location. Make sure you are here on time tomorrow and report directly to your testing room when the 1st period bell rings. Also remember to bring a #2 pencil and a scientific or graphing calculator if you choose to use one. Leave your phone in your locker! All electronic devices will be collected during the test and given back once the test has been finished. Get a good night’s sleep and good luck tomorrow!

Tomorrow is Spirit Day!  Come in your best Spruce Creek attire and show your school spirit during 7th period at the Pep Rally! Thursdays dress up day is Character Day! Got a favorite meme, TV, or book character? Take the day to show your appreciation and dress like them!

Homecoming tickets are on sale in the L hallway at lunch and after school for $20 until Thursday.  The price will go up on Thursday and Friday to $25.  Also if you want to cut the line than buy online.  If you buy tickets online you still need to pick up a ticket to get into the dance. 

ATTENTION STUDENTS, ROLLINS COLLEGE WILL BE HERE DURING LUNCH ON OCTOBER 10TH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOL.

ATTENTION STUDENTS, NORWICH UNIVERSITY WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING LUNCH ON OCTOBER 12TH, IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOL.

Students, have you been thinking about what career you would like after high school? Are you trying to decide what major to choose for college? Do you wonder what career would best fit your talents, skills and interests? If you answered “ yes” to any of these questions, then you will want to sign up to take the ASVAB career interest inventory assessment.  We are offering it on the morning of Oct. 19th in our media center .   The ASVAB can help you discover  your interests and career opportunities including any branch of the military.  See your counselor for more information and sign up with  Mrs. Turngren in the Guidance Office.

Seniors and Juniors, don’t miss out on the Excellence in Education challenge this year. You could win a 2018 Jeep Compass from Daytona Dodge at the Daytona Auto Mall. Stop by the activities office to pick up an entry form. 

ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYIING OUT FOR GIRLS OR BOYS SOCCER. TRYOUTS ARE NEAR AS THE GIRLS BEGIN ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17TH WHILE THE BOYS BEGIN ONMONDAY, OCTOBER 23RD.  TWO COPIES OF ALL PAPER WORK MUST BE SUBMITTED TO ROOM C8 PRIOR TO TRYOUTS. PLEASE SEE COACH COSTNER IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS

 

Seniors show your pride/unity!  Wear/bring your red Senior Shirt to the Senior Activity Day Oct 11 for the group photo.  If you need one you can buy them with $10 senior dues in room C14.

Join PAC for their October monthly meeting on Tuesday, October 10th at 5:30 PM in the Media Center. 

Gong Show participants, this is a reminder that you must attend a mandatory rehearsal Wednesday at 2pm in the auditorium.  If you do not attend you will not be able to participateon Friday.  See Mrs. C with any questions.

Like Sweet Frog? Purchase a Go Hawks!! Light-up Bracelet from PAC for $5 and receive 20% off at Sweet Frog in Port Orange and Daytona when you wear your bracelet. What a sweet deal! Contact pacschs@ gmail.com to get yours today or they will be on sale at the 10/13 & 10/27 football games.

Get your Christmas shopping done early. Belk's Charity Fundraiser tickets are being sold for $5 by PAC. Receive $5 off your purchase and enjoy amazing deals throughout the store. Attend Private Sale on Saturday, November 4th from 6-10 AM. First 100 customers receive a gift card. Pre-Sale 10/23-11/3. 100% of ticket sale profits benefits SCHS activities PAC supports and your receive $5 off. It's a WIN - WIN!! Contact pacschs@ gmail.com to get yours today.

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute adds are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04. Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.   To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04.  

 

Monday, October 9

Congratulations to the 2017 Homecoming Court: Paige Bryan, Yamina Chowdhury, Nicole Collins, Tyler Colby, Lauren Miller, Emma Stevens, Zach Blum, Son Cao, Khanh Hoang, Kalil Kaba, Mitchell McIntyre, Vinny Sneed, Summer Fulcher, William Creamer, Chrissy Alexander, Sebastian Beunner, Mia Prospect, Griffin Cooney Mr. and Miss Spruce Creek John Zamborsky and Nicole Bravo and Prom King and Queen John Triplett and Kaley Maneke .

Congratulations to the boys and grils swim teams on their 1st place finishes at the Five Star Championship this weekend! There were a lot of amazing swims. Kaylie Manecke earned an individual 1st place title in the 500 freestyle. Great job swimmers!

 

To all 10th grade students and the 11th grade students who signed up to take the PSAT on October 11th. You can stop by the media center at any time until Tuesday and pick up your student testing guide and practice test. Also remember it is important that you arrive early to school on October 11th in order to locate your testing room. The PSAT is only offered once a year and there are no make-up days so make sure you get here on-time. If you have any questions please come see Mr. Bennett in the media center.

ATTENTION STUDENTS, ROLLINS COLLEGE WILL BE HERE DURING LUNCH ON OCTOBER 10TH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOL.

Students, have you been thinking about what career you would like after high school? Are you trying to decide what major to choose for college? Do you wonder what career would best fit your talents, skills and interests? If you answered “ yes” to any of these questions, then you will want to sign up to take the ASVAB career interest inventory assessment.  We are offering it on the morning of Oct. 19th in our media center .   The ASVAB can help you discover  your interests and career opportunities including any branch of the military.  See your counselor for more information and sign up with  Mrs. Turngren in the Guidance Office.

Seniors and Juniors, don’t miss out on the Excellence in Education challenge this year. You could win a 2018 Jeep Compass from Daytona Dodge at the Daytona Auto Mall. Stop by the activities office to pick up an entry form. 

Join the lady Hawks Thursday night as they celebrate senior night at our last home volleyball match of the season. Game time is 5 for jv and 6 for varsity.  Hope to see you there. 

 

Tomorrow is Twin Day!  Find your brother from another mother or sister from another mister and dress like twins.  Join your favorite Creek clubs and organizations for Field night in the gym at 5:30.

 

Seniors show your pride/unity!  Wear/bring your red Senior Shirt to the Senior Activity Day Oct 11 for the group photo.  If you need one you can buy them with $10 senior dues in room C14.

Are  you ready to see the world you have heard about in the textbooks? If so, join Ms. Duncan and Mrs. Murray on our 2017 trip to the Alps, France and Barcelona! Information meeting Monday October 9th at 5:30 in the media center or see Ms. Duncan in C10 or Mrs. Murray in the media center.

Join PAC for their October monthly meeting on Tuesday, October 10th at 5:30 PM in the Media Center. 

Like Sweet Frog? Purchase a Go Hawks!! Light-up Bracelet from PAC for $5 and receive 20% off at Sweet Frog in Port Orange and Daytona when you wear your bracelet. What a sweet deal! Contact pacschs@ gmail.com to get yours today or they will be on sale at the 10/13 & 10/27 football games.

Get your Christmas shopping done early. Belk's Charity Fundraiser tickets are being sold for $5 by PAC. Receive $5 off your purchase and enjoy amazing deals throughout the store. Attend Private Sale on Saturday, November 4th from 6-10 AM. First 100 customers receive a gift card. Pre-Sale 10/23-11/3. 100% of ticket sale profits benefits SCHS activities PAC supports and

your receive $5 off. It's a WIN - WIN!! Contact pacschs@ gmail.com to get yours today.

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute adds are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04. Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.   To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04.  

 

Friday, October 6

Congratulations to the 2017 Homecoming Court:

Paige Bryan, Yamina Chowdhury, Nicole Collins, Tyler Colby, Lauren Miller, Emma Stevens, Zach Blum, Son Cao, Khanh Hoang, Kalil Kaba, Mitchell McIntyre, Vinny Sneed, Summer Fulcher, William Creamer, Chrissy Alexander, Sebastian Beunner, Mia Prospect, Griffin Cooney Mr. and Miss Spruce Creek John Zamborsky and Nicole Bravo and Prom King and Queen John Triplett and Kaley Maneke  There will be a mandatory meeting today at lunch in Mrs. Bundza’s room L-01 to get more information about next week.  Please plan on attending.

 

Our JV Hawks did it again! Even with a home field advantage by the Bucs, our Hawks soared into another win.  Congratulations # 1 JV team in the county! Keep that undefeated streak going.

The Boys Bowling Team scored a big come from behind victory over the Flagler-Palm Coast Bulldogs. After falling behind 2-0, they came back to win the next game to tie it up. Then proceeded to win the Baker Set 3-0. Winning the match 5-2. High games were bowled by Robbie Onusko 200 and Adam Howell 189. Also contributing to the win were Hadi Hemaidan, Sami Hemaidan and Brandon Howell. Great job Hawks!

To all 10th grade students and the 11th grade students who signed up to take the PSAT on October 11th. You can stop by the media center at any time until Tuesday and pick up your student testing guide and practice test. Also remember it is important that you arrive early to school on October 11th in order to locate your testing room. The PSAT is only offered once a year and there are no make-up days so make sure you get here on-time. If you have any questions please come see Mr. Bennett in the media center.

ATTENTION STUDENTS, ROLLINS COLLEGE WILL BE HERE DURING LUNCH ON OCTOBER 10TH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOL.

Students, have you been thinking about what career you would like after high school? Are you trying to decide what major to choose for college? Do you wonder what career would best fit your talents, skills and interests? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you will want to sign up to take the ASVAB career interest inventory assessment.  We are offering it on the morning of Oct. 19th in our media center.   The ASVAB can help you discover your interests and career opportunities including any branch of the military.  See your counselor for more information and sign up with Mrs. Turngren in the Guidance Office.

Come out and support the lady hawks tonight as they play at 5:30 p.m.  Admission is just $1.00. We are also sponsoring a Cannonballs for Kayne during our game.  Which player will get the most kills?  Sponsor her and donate to a worthy cause.  Teachers come out and receive a t shirt. See you at the game!

 

Homecoming week is here!  Starting Monday with Decades Day come dressed as your favorite decade whether you're feeling the 60's or the 90's or everything in between!  Also, SGA will be hosting a painting night in L-01.  It will cost $1.00 and begin at 6 pm.

Homecoming tickets are currently on sale online and will be on sale starting tomorrow at lunch and after school in L-01.   You will need a photo ID and have no obligations to buy tickets.  The price will be $20 until October 12 and then they will be $25. 

ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BOYS OR GIRLS SOCCER. TWO COPIES OF ALL PAPERWORK MUST BE SUBMITTED TO ROOM C8 BEFORE YOU CAN TRYOUT. GIRLS TRYOUTS BEGIN OCTOBER 17TH AND BOYS BEGIN ON OCTOBER 23RD. PLEASE SEE COACH COSTNER IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS

Are you ready to see the world you have heard about in the textbooks? If so, join Ms. Duncan and Mrs. Murray on our 2017 trip to the Alps, France and Barcelona! Information meeting Monday October 9th at 5:30 in the media center or see Ms. Duncan in C10 or Mrs. Murray in the media center. 

 

 

Thursday, October 5

JV HAWKS TAKE ON THE BUCS AT MAINLAND TODAY. KICK OFF AT 4:30PM.  2017-2018 EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION CHALLENGE IS UNDER WAY AT THE DAYTONA AUTO MALL. SENIORS AND JUNIORS CAN ENTER TO WIN A 2018 JEEP COMPASS. STOP BY ACTIVITIES OFFICE FOR AN ENTRY FORM.

To all 10th grade students and the 11th grade students who signed up to take the PSAT on October 11th. You can stop by the media center at any time until Tuesday and pick up your student testing guide and practice test. Also remember it is important that you arrive early to school on October 11th in order to locate your testing room. The PSAT is only offered once a year and there are no make-up days so make sure you get here on-time. If you have any questions please come see Mr. Bennett in the media center.

ATTENTION STUDENTS, STETSON UNIVERSITY AND DAVIDSON COLLEGE WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING LUNCH ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5TH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOLS.

Students, have you been thinking about what career you would like after high school? Are you trying to decide what major to choose for college? Do you wonder what career would best fit your talents, skills and interests? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you will want to sign up to take the ASVAB career interest inventory assessment.  We are offering it on the morning of Oct. 19th in our media center.   The ASVAB can help you discover your interests and career opportunities including any branch of the military.  See your counselor for more information and sign up with Mrs. Turngren in the Guidance Office.

Homecoming tickets are currently on sale online and will be on sale starting tomorrow at lunch and after school in L-01.   You will need a photo ID and have no obligations to buy tickets.  The price will be $20 until October 12 and then they will be $25.

  ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BOYS OR GIRLS SOCCER. TWO COPIES OF ALL PAPERWORK MUST BE SUBMITTED TO ROOM C8 BEFORE YOU ARE ALLOWED TO TRYOUT. GIRLS TRYOUTS BEGIN OCTOBER 17TH AND BOYS BEGIN ON OCTOBER 23RD. PLEASE SEE COACH COSTNER IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS

Have you ever wanted to learn how to dance Salsa?  This Friday is your chance!  The Spanish Club is bringing a professional Zumba instructor to teach us the basics of how to dance Salsa in a fun and comprehensible way. All Hawks are invited, young and old!  We will meet after school this Friday October 6th at the cafeteria. We are also raising funds and collecting items to send to Puerto Rico’s victims of Maria!   Bring donations to Mrs. Tolvo’s class F-4 or see flyers around campus for more information. Muchas gracias!

Seniors show your pride/unity!  Wear/bring your red Senior Shirt to the Senior Activity Day Oct 11 for the group photo.  If you need one you can buy them with $10 senior dues in room C14.  

 

Wednesday, October 4

ATTENTION STUDENTS, STETSON UNIVERSITY AND DAVIDSON COLLEGE WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING LUNCH ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5TH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOLS.

Students, have you been thinking about what career you would like after high school? Are you trying to decide what major to choose for college? Do you wonder what career would best fit your talents, skills and interests? If you answered “ yes” to any of these questions, then you will want to sign up to take the ASVAB career interest inventory assessment.  We are offering it on the morning of Oct. 19th in our media center .   The ASVAB can help you discover  your interests and career opportunities including any branch of the military.  See your counselor for more information and sign up with  Mrs. Turngren in the Guidance Office.

Homecoming tickets are currently on sale online and will be on sale starting tomorrow at lunch and after school in L-01.   You will need a photo ID and have no obligations to buy tickets.  The price will be $20 until October 12 and then they will be $25. 

Join the lady Hawks volleyball team this Friday for their next home match at 5:30 against Sandalwood.  Admission is just 1.00 for students.  This game will be dedicated to cannonballs for Kayne. Come out and support us Friday!

ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BOYS OR GIRLS SOCCER. TWO COPIES OF ALL PAPERWORK MUST BE SUBMITTED TO ROOM C8 BEFORE YOU ARE ALLOWED TO TRYOUT. GIRLS TRYOUTS BEGIN OCTOBER 17THAND BOYS BEGIN ON OCTOBER 23RD. PLEASE SEE COACH COSTNER IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS

 

Hey hawks, do you want to join a fun club filled with Spanish culture, activities, and community service? Then come join Spanish Club! It is open to all students and you don't even need to know how to speak Spanish to join. The club meets every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month in Mrs. Tolvo's room, F-04. Gracias! Also, we are collecting relief items for Puerto Rico such as can foods, toiletries, diapers and pet food.  Anyone that would like to help can drop off the items at Mrs. Tolvo’s class in F4.

Have you ever wanted to learn how to dance Salsa?  This Friday is your chance!  The Spanish Club is bringing a professional Zumba instructor to teach us the basics of how to dance Salsa in a fun and comprehensible way. All Hawks are invited, young and old!  We will meet after school this Friday October 6th at the cafeteria. We are also raising funds and collecting items to send to Puerto Rico’s victims of Maria!   Bring donations to Mrs. Tolvo’s class F-4 or see flyers around campus for more information. Muchas gracias!

Dues for South Asian Club are due on Wednesday, October 4th and will be accepted through online payment only. Join quickly to get a t-shirt and learn more about South Asian culture! 

 

Tuesday, October 3

CONGRATS JV HAWKS FOR ANOTHER INCREDIBLE WIN AGAINST NEW SMYRNA. THE JV HAWKS TAKE ON THE BUCS AT MAINLAND THIS THURSDAY. KICK OFF IS AT 4PM.

Students who do not have a 2nd period on campus can pick up their midterm grade report in the Guidance office.

ATTENTION STUDENTS, THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING LUNCH OCTOBER 3RD, IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.   PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOL.

ATTENTION STUDENTS, STETSON UNIVERSITY AND DAVIDSON COLLEGE WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING LUNCH ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5TH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOLS.

Students, have you been thinking about what career you would like after high school? Are you trying to decide what major to choose for college? Do you wonder what career would best fit your talents, skills and interests? If you answered “ yes” to any of these questions, then you will want to sign up to take the ASVAB career interest inventory assessment.  We are offering it on the morning of Oct. 19th in our media center.   The ASVAB can help you discover your interests and career opportunities including any branch of the military.  See your counselor for more information and sign up with Mrs. Turngren in the Guidance Office.

Homecoming tickets are currently on sale online and will be on sale starting tomorrow at lunch and after school in L-01.   You will need a photo ID and have no obligations to buy tickets.  The price will be $20 until October 12 and then they will be $25. 

Join the lady Hawks volleyball team this Friday for their next home match at 5:30 against Sandalwood.  Admission is just 1.00 for students.  This game will be dedicated to cannonballs for Kayne. Come out and support us Friday!

Hey hawks, do you want to join a fun club filled with Spanish culture, activities, and community service? Then come join Spanish Club! It is open to all students and you don't even need to know how to speak Spanish to join. The club meets every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month in Mrs. Tolvo's room, F-04. Gracias! Also, we are collecting relief items for Puerto Rico such as can foods, toiletries, diapers and pet food.  Anyone that would like to help can drop off the items at Mrs. Tolvo’s class in F4.

There will be a Science Olympiad meeting, at lunch, in D-01.

Have you ever wanted to learn how to dance Salsa?  This Friday is your chance!  The Spanish Club is bringing a professional Zumba instructor to teach us the basics of how to dance Salsa in a fun and comprehensible way. All Hawks are invited, young and old!  We will meet after school this Friday October 6th at the cafeteria. We are also raising funds and collecting items to send to Puerto Rico’s victims of Maria!   Bring donations to Mrs. Tolvo’s class F-4 or see flyers around campus for more information. Muchas gracias!

Dues for South Asian Club are due on Wednesday, October 4th and will be accepted through online payment only. Join quickly to get a t-shirt and learn more about South Asian culture! 

 

Monday, October 2

Homecoming Tickets are currently on sale online and will be on sale starting tomorrow at lunch and after school in L-01.   You will need a photo ID and have no obligations to buy tickets.  The price will be $20 until October 12 and then they will be $25. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR HAWKS FOOTBALL VARSITY TEAM. THEY BEAT DELAND BULLDOGS FRIDAY NIGHT 49 TO 13.

Both Varsity and JV continue the season undefeated. Our JV team takes on NSB Barracudas tonight at the New Smyrna Sports Complex. Kickoff at 6pm.

Congratulations to the JV Volleyball team on winning the Bishop Kenny Tournament in Jacksonville over the weekend.  The tournament featured many great teams from around the state and our Lady Hawks represented our school well, winning the Championship game, by beating Ponte Vedra in straight sets.

 Students who do not have a 2nd period on campus can pick up their midterm grade report in the Guidance office.

ATTENTION STUDENTS, THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING LUNCH OCTOBER 3RD, IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOL.

Students, have you been thinking about what career you would like after high school? Are you trying to decide what major to choose for college? Do you wonder what career would best fit your talents, skills and interests? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you will want to sign up to take the ASVAB career interest inventory assessment.  We are offering it on the morning of Oct. 19th in our media center.   The ASVAB can help you discover your interests and career opportunities including any branch of the military.  See your counselor for more information and sign up with Mrs. Turngren in the Guidance Office.

Hey hawks, do you want to join a fun club filled with Spanish culture, activities, and community service? Then come join Spanish Club! It is open to all students and you don't even need to know how to speak Spanish to join. The club meets every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month in Mrs. Tolvo's room, F-04. Gracias! Also, we are collecting relief items for Puerto Rico such as can foods, toiletries, diapers and pet food.  Anyone that would like to help can drop off the items at Mrs. Tolvo’s class in F4.

 CyberPatriot invites you to open practice this Tuesday, October 3rd, after school in room B-15 from 3 to 5 pm. If you are interested in Cybersecurity, this is the club for you. We'll teach you all you need to know. You'll also get to try out one of our practice simulations. There'll be fun, competition, and pizza! Come check us out!

There will be a Science Olympiad meeting, at lunch, in D-01.

 

Friday, September 29

Congratulations to the boys and girls swim team on their win against Matanzas and Father Lopez yesterday. They also won their invitational over the weekend. Individual 1st places in the meets include Hannah Gold, Elizabeth Meyer, Camden Pickering, Olivia Bradley, Laurin Adams, Kaylie Manecke, Hayden Savage, Jake Rice, and Shea Outlaw. Congrats swimmers! 

Congratulations to the lady Hawks jv and varsity teams for their wins against Jacksonville Mandarin.   The Hawks were impressive with straight shut outs.  Great job! Join us next week on Friday as we host Jacksonville Sandalwood at 5:30 pm in our gym. Admission is just 1.00 for students.  

ATTENTION, IF YOU ARE TAKING THE ACT TEST HERE ON SATURDAY YOU MUST HAVE A PRINTED ADMISSION TICKET AND A PHOTO ID.  YOU WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO TAKE THE TEST IF YOU DO NOT HAVE BOTH!

 ATTENTION STUDENTS, THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING LUNCH OCTOBER 3RD,  IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.   PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR SCHOOL.

If you are planning on bringing a guest to Homecoming 2017 on October 14th the guest  forms will be available beginning Monday, September 25th in the main office.  Please return the guest form with an attached copy of the guest’s school ID and Driver’s license to Mrs. Potts in the main office.  Guest tickets cannot be purchased until the guest form has been processed and the guest has been approved.  Guest must be between the ages of 14 and 20.  All guest must attend a High School, College, or University.  No Middle School students are permitted to attend.  The deadline to turn guest forms in is Wednesday, October 11th.  

Every year during the Port Orange Family Days, Spruce Creek Students have volunteered with the Elks to distribute Drug Awareness brochures and pamphlets. Dr. Ram Nayar is looking for three or four amazing students to help again this year. Volunteers are needed for Saturday, September 30 and Sunday October 1st  for a few hours in the morning.  If you are interested, contact Dr. Nayar at 386-547-3125 or by E-Mail: ram.nayar@ outlook. com.

Sweetwater is in need of 15-20 high school volunteers for their fall carnival on October 7th,  from 10:30-3:00. Students will be assisting with games and rides. Please let stop by the

activities office if you are interested in assisting. What a fun way to earn volunteer hours. 

 Want to know how to cure world thirst? Join speakers from the Thirst Project as they educate students on ending the global water crisis by building wells. Learn how you can be part of the change for Key Club on September 29th during lunch in the Auditorium. And get FREE ICE POPS!

CyberPatriot invites you to open practice this Tuesday, October 3rd,  after school in room B-15 from 3 to 5 pm. If you are interested in Cybersecurity, this is the club for you. We'll teach you all you need to know. You'll also get to try out one of our practice simulations. There'll be fun, competition, and pizza! Come check us out!

Are you a member of the Habitat for Humanity Club?  I have 2 announcements for you: 1--Today will be the last day you can stop by room O-35 to vote for officers. 2--Don’t forget to sign up for the REMIND 101 reminders @SCHSHFH17.

Reminder- FJAS members please pay your dues online ASAP.  Thank you!

 

Port Orange Family Days" starts this Thursday and runs until Sunday at the City Center.   On Thursday night you can ride each ride for $1.  New this year, just on Thursday night, your everyone in a seatbelt in your car can ride the rides all night from 5-10 for $40.  For the entire schedule, to purchase megapasses for FridaySaturday and Sunday, and for more details, please go to www. familydays. com.  We hope to see you there!

 

Make sure to get your yearbooks while they are still under $100.  Come to L-04 to get yours today.  

 

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute adds are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04. Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.   To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04.  

 

Thursday, September 28

Do you have a talent or a unique performance?  This week is your last chance to sign up for the homecoming gong show.  Stop by the auditorium for an application.

 

AWESOME HAWKS ALERT!

Congratulations to Brenna Miller and Larissa Gehringer for being selected as the Student STEM Ambassadors for Spruce Creek High School.  You will see a lot of Brenna and Larissa as they help spread the word of STEM Education at Spruce Creek and community.  

 

THINGS TO DO

Come out tonight to watch our undefeated JV Hawks take on the  Deland Bull Dogs. Kickoff is at 6:00pm

Join the lady hawks volleyball team as they take in mandarin high school tonight in our gym.  Game times are 5:30 and 6:30 pm.  Go lady Hawks 

Port Orange Family Days" starts this Thursday and runs until Sunday at the City Center.   On Thursday night you can ride each ride for $1.  New this year, just on Thursday night, your everyone in a seatbelt in your car can ride the rides all night from 5-10 for $40.  For the entire schedule, to purchase megapasses for FridaySaturday and Sunday, and for more details, please go to www. familydays. com.  We hope to see you there!

 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Every year during the Port Orange Family Days, Spruce Creek Students have volunteered with the Elks to distribute Drug Awareness brochures and pamphlets. Dr. Ram Nayar is looking for three or four amazing students to help again this year. Volunteers are needed for Saturday, September 30 and Sunday October 1st for a few hours in the morning.  If you are interested, contact Dr. Nayar at 386-547-3125 or by E-Mail: ram.nayar@ outlook. com.

Sweetwater is in need of 15-20 high school volunteers for their fall carnival on October 7th,  from 10:30-3:00. Students will be assisting with games and rides. Please let stop by the activities office if you are interested in assisting. What a fun way to earn volunteer hours. 

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

 ATTENTION, IF YOU ARE TAKING THE ACT TEST HERE ON SATURDAY YOU MUST HAVE A PRINTED ADMISSION TICKET AND A PHOTO ID.  YOU WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO TAKE THE TEST IF YOU DO NOT HAVE BOTH!

If you are planning on bringing a guest to Homecoming 2017 on October 14th the guest forms are available now in the main office.  Please return the guest form with an attached copy of the guest’s school ID and Driver’s license to Mrs. Potts in the main office.  Guest tickets cannot be purchased until the guest form has been processed and the guest has been approved.  Guest must be between the ages of 14 and 20.  All guest must attend a High School, College, or University.  No Middle School students are permitted to attend.  The deadline to turn guest forms in is Wednesday, October 11th.  

 

CLUB INFO

The Asian Association will meet to emphasize Thailand today at lunch in G-1. Dues are $15. Join us for pad thai from LeAhn's!  Remember-  Asian Asssociation meeting in G-1 on Thursday at lunch and ... FYI-you don't have to be Asian to join! 

CyberPatriot invites you to open practice this Tuesday, October 3rd,  after school in room B-15 from 3 to 5 pm. If you are interested in Cybersecurity, this is the club for you. We'll teach you all you need to know. You'll also get to try out one of our practice simulations. There'll be fun, competition, and pizza! Come check us out!

Habitat for Humanity Club members: don’t forget to stop by room O-35 today or tomorrow to cast your vote for club officers.

 

YEARBOOK INFO

 Make sure to get your yearbooks while they are still under $100.  Come to L-04 to get yours today.  

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute adds are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04. Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.   To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04.  

 

 

Wednesday, September 27

If you are planning on bringing a guest to Homecoming 2017 on October 14th the guest forms are available now in the main office.  Please return the form with an attached copy of the guest’s school ID and Driver’s license to Mrs. Potts in the main office.  Guest tickets cannot be purchased until the guest form has been processed and the guest has been approved.  Guest must be between the ages of 14 and 20.  All guest must attend a High School, College, or University.  No Middle School students are permitted to attend.  The deadline to turn guest forms in is Wednesday, October 11th.  

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN ATTENDING FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY.  A REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING STUDENT LUNCH ON 9/27.  PLEASE STOP BY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT POSSIBLY ATTENDING FSU.

Every year during the Port Orange Family Days, Spruce Creek Students have volunteered with the Elks to distribute Drug Awareness brochures and pamphlets. Dr. Ram Nayar is looking for three or four amazing students to help again this year. Volunteers are needed for Saturday, September 30 and Sunday October 1st for a few hours in the morning.  If you are interested, contact Dr. Nayar at 386-547-3125 or by E-Mail: ram.nayar@ outlook. com.

Sweetwater is in need of 15-20 high school volunteers for their fall carnival on October 7th, from 10:30-3:00. Students will be assisting with games and rides. Please let stop by the activities office if you are interested in assisting. What a fun way to earn volunteer hours. 

Do you have a talent or a unique performance?  This week is your last chance to sign up for the homecoming gong show.  Stop by the auditorium for an application.

The Asian Association will meet to emphasize Thailand on Thursday, September 28 at lunch in G-1. Dues are $15. Join us for pad thai from LeAhn's!  Remember-  Asian Asssociation meeting in G-1 on Thursday at lunch and ... FYI-you don't have to be Asian to join! 

 Want to know how to cure world thirst? Join speakers from the Thirst Project as they educate students on ending the global water crisis by building wells. Learn how you can be part of the change for Key Club on September 29th during lunch in the Auditorium. And get FREE ICE POPS!

CyberPatriot invites you to open practice this Tuesday, October 3rd, after school in room B-15 from 3 to 5 pm. If you are interested in Cybersecurity, this is the club for you. We'll teach you all you need to know. You'll also get to try out one of our practice simulations. There'll be fun, competition, and pizza! Come check us out!

Port Orange Family Days" starts this Thursday and runs until Sunday at the City Center.   On Thursday night you can ride each ride for $1.  New this year, just on Thursday night, your everyone in a seatbelt in your car can ride the rides all night from 5-10 for $40.  For the entire schedule, to purchase megapasses for FridaySaturday and Sunday, and for more details, please go to www. familydays. com.  We hope to see you there!

 

 Make sure to get your yearbooks while they are still under $100.  Come to L-04 to get yours today.  

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute adds are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04. Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.   To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04.  

 

Tuesday, September 26

Attention teachers don’t forget to pass out Homecoming Court nominations during this period.  

We would like to congratulate our faculty and staff members for the months of August and September. Starting with August. Our teacher of the month is Coach Paul Spegele. For teaching technique- Mrs. Stacie Rich. Education atmosphere- Mrs. Cheryl Sarasua. Special projects- Ms. Heather Alexander. Our Staff member of the month is Mrs. Josephine Somereve and our volunteer for August is Mrs. Liz Paschal.

For September – Madam Astrid Augat is our teacher of the month. For teaching technique, we recognize Mrs. Chasity Nelson. For educational atmosphere -Mrs. Susan Henderson. Our special projects teacher of the month is Coach Bethany McClelland. Our staff members-  Jim Polito and Ken Haberman and our volunteer for September is Ms. Rosie Lamb. Thank you teachers, staff and volunteers, for all you do every day. 

Congratulations to the lady Hawks volleyball team for their win against Seabreeze last night.  Come join us Thursday our next home game versus mandarin at 5:30 and 6:30 pm.   

ALL SCHS PARENTS, FACULTY and STAFF are INVITED TO PAC MEETING! Join the Parents Advisory Committee tonight  @ 6:30 PM in the Media Center.

If you are planning on bringing a guest to Homecoming 2017 on October 14th the guest  forms will be available beginning Monday, September 25th in the main office.  Please return the guest form with an attached copy of the guest’s school ID and Driver’s license to Mrs. Potts in the main office.  Guest tickets can not be purchased until the guest form has been processed and the guest has been approved.  Guest must be between the ages of 14 and 20.  All guest must attend a High School, College, or University.  No Middle School students are permitted to attend.  The deadline to turn guest forms in is Wednesday, October 11th.  

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN ATTENDING FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY.  A REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING STUDENT LUNCH ON 9/27.  PLEASE STOP BY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT POSSIBLY ATTENDING FSU.

Every year during the Port Orange Family Days, Spruce Creek Students have volunteered with the Elks to distribute Drug Awareness brochures and pamphlets. Dr. Ram Nayar is looking for three or four amazing students to help again this year. Volunteers are needed for Saturday,

September 30 and Sunday October 1st  for a few hours in the morning.  If you are interested, contact Dr. Nayar at 386-547-3125 or by E-Mail: ram.nayar@ outlook. com.

Homecoming Tickets are now on sale online.  We will start selling tickets next week in L-01 for $20.  The price will be $20 until Wednesday October 11 and then the price will be $25.  If you are buying a ticket for a guest that does not attend Spruce Creek  you cannot buy the ticket online.  Finally, if you buy a ticket online you still need to pick up your ticket in L-01 before the dance.  More information about Homecoming week will be out next week.

Do you have a talent or a unique performance?  This week is your last chance to sign up for the homecoming gong show.  Stop by the auditorium for an application.

The SCHS Young Republicans will have its first meeting Tuesday, September 26 in Ms. Vanwasshnova's room G-2. Please join us to help promote patriotism! Again- Join the Young Republicans in G-2, at lunch today!

Make sure to get your yearbooks while they are still under $100.  Come to L-04 to get yours today.  

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute adds are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04. Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.   To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04.  

 

Monday, September 25

Congratulations to our students being recognized for the months of August and September 2017. Our HAWK OF THE MONTH for August- Assil El-Ghali and for September Paige Bryan.  Our Athletes of the month for August and September are Hannah Gold and Cameron Cooney. Our Citizens-Gianna Meoli for August and John Zamborsky for September.  And our Scholars are Isabella Archer and Hannah Gold. 

We would like to recognize our department students for August and September as well:  For AITR Justin Midkiff and Bowen Huisman. AVID – Sienna Pacheco and Katerra Prince.  For Academy of Finance, Julia Tucci and Cody Duke. For Family and Consumer Science- Ethan Chrisley and for Video Production- Vienna Sarno. Our math students are Felicia Nappi and Cristina Alberti. For foreign Language- Yamina Chowdury and Thomas Davidson.  For Science- Julia Yu and Scott Tobin. For Performing Arts- Ruby Layman and for Visual Arts- Meghan D’Arcy. For JROTC- Patricia Rademacher and Lucas Gibson and for Physical Education- Aaron Creech, Sarah Eisner, Tiana Hernandez and Curtis Fisher.

Congratulations again, all August and September winners. Don’t forget to attend the luncheon in your honor, this Thursday   at 11:15am in the Black Hawk Inn and your photo will be taken that morning at 7am in the main office.  Way to go Hawks. 

 Congratulations Junior Varsity Hawk Football. They slammed the Deltona Wolves last week with a 48 to 6 victory.  Defense had their second shutout of the season.  Our JV team plays here at home Monday night against University. Kick off at 6pm.

Congratulations to the lady Hawks volleyball team for their runner up finish this past weekend at the Dr. Phillips tournament.   Join us this week Seabreeze tonight and home on Thursday for our matches!  Great job ladies!

 Parent Advisory Council (PAC) meeting will be Tuesday, 9/26 at 6:30 PM in the Media Center following the 5:30 PM AOF Advisory Board Meeting. All parents are encouraged to come, no fee to join. Be a part of the wonderful programs and activities for our students, faculty and staff PAC supports, which can be found on the school website. Questions? Email pacschs@gmail. com. PAC would also like to thank GPI for donating the spaghetti social fliers and tickets and OH Printing for donating sponsor banner.

If you are planning on bringing a guest to Homecoming 2017 on October 14th the guest forms will be available beginning Monday, September 25th in the main office.  Please return the guest form with an attached copy of the guest’s school ID and Driver’s license to Mrs. Potts in the main office.  Guest tickets cannot be purchased until the guest form has been processed and the guest has been approved.  Guest must be between the ages of 14 and 20.  All guest must attend a

High School, College, or University.  No Middle School students are permitted to attend.  The deadline to turn guest forms in is Wednesday, October 11th.  

DSC WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING STUDENT LUNCH, ON MONDAY 9/25.  STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE.

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY.  A REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING STUDENT LUNCH ON 9/27.  PLEASE STOP BY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT POSSIBLY ATTENDING FSU.

Every year during the Port Orange Family Days, Spruce Creek Students have volunteered with the Elks to distribute Drug Awareness brochures and pamphlets. Dr. Ram Nayar is looking for three or four amazing students to help again this year. Volunteers are needed for Saturday, September 30 and Sunday October 1st for a few hours in the morning.  If you are interested, contact Dr. Nayar at 386-547-3125 or by E-Mail: ram.nayar@ outlook. com.

Yes, it is that time of year again. Underclass photos will take place on Tuesday, September 26.  Photo Packages will be handed out in your English Classes soon.  Pictures will be taken during English classes.  If you don’t have an English class, please come at your convenience to the auditorium.  If you plan to purchase your photos, please bring your money with you on Tuesday.  

The Florida Future Educators of America (FFEA) club meets every Monday at lunch in room C-01. We are still looking for new members, so come and join us!

Make sure to get your yearbooks while they are still under $100.  Come to L-04 to get yours today.  

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute adds are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04. Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.   To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04.  

 

Friday, September 22

The Department of Education is waiving a portion of the missed instructional time due to Hurricane Irma. Volusia County Schools will only need to make up one full day and cancel three early release days to be in compliance with state law.  October 16, will no longer be a student holiday and early release is cancelled for December 6,13, and 20. We hope everyone is back to normal daily activity by now. If your family was impacted by the storm, please let us know. We will help in any way that we can. 

Congratulations Junior Varsity Hawk Football. They slammed the Deltona Wolves last night with a 48 to 6 victory.  Defense had their second shutout of the season.  Our JV team plays here at home Monday night against University. Kick off at 6pm.

Our Varsity Football team is headed to Haines City today to take on the Hornets. The game starts at 7:30pm.

 

Our TOWER OF HOPE campaign is underway and it could not come at a better time.  We are collecting non-perishable food items for the next two weeks. If you have hurricane supplies that you no longer need, please consider donating them to our Tower of Hope.  It would be a shame to return these items to the stores, where they will be thrown out. Better yet, your donated items are tax deductible, so save those receipts.  Donations may be dropped off in the Student Activities office. 

 

Parent Advisory Council (PAC) meeting will be Tuesday, 9/26 at 6:30 PM in the Media Center following the 5:30 PM AOF Advisory Board Meeting. All parents are encouraged to come, no fee to join. Be a part of the wonderful programs and activities for our students, faculty and staff PAC supports, which can be found on the school website. Questions? Email pacschs@gmail.com PAC would also like to thank GPI for donating the spaghetti social fliers and tickets and OH Printing for donating sponsor banner.

 

 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Family Days is right around the corner, opening night Thursday, 9/28, running through Sunday, 10/1. We have a lot to offer families on opening night, with deep discounts at our carnival…Dollar Ride night, as well as our new Carnival Carload promotion. We encourage all school clubs, sports and organizations to join our annual parade that takes place Saturday, 9/30. It’s not too late to get in on the fun! We are still accepting registrations at http:// familydays. com/ parade-registration/   We look forward to seeing you at Family Days 2017!

 

 Every year during the Port Orange Family Days, Spruce Creek Students have volunteered with the Elks to distribute Drug Awareness brochures and pamphlets. Dr. Ram Nayar is looking for three or four amazing students to help again this year. Volunteers are needed for Saturday, September 30 and Sunday October 1st  for a few hours in the morning.  If you are interested, contact Dr. Nayar at 386-547-3125 or by E-Mail: ram.nayar@outlook.com

 

If you are planning on bringing a guest to Homecoming 2017 on October 14th the guest forms will be available beginning Monday, September 25th in the main office.  Please return the guest form with an attached copy of the guest’s school ID and Driver’s license to Mrs. Potts in the main office.  Guest tickets may not be purchased until the guest form has been processed and the guest has been approved.  Guest must be between the ages of 14 and 20.  All guest must attend a High School, College, or University.  No Middle School students are permitted to attend.  The deadline to turn guest forms in is Wednesday, October 11th.  

ATTENTION:  IF YOU WERE SCHEDULED TO TAKE THE ACT TEST ON SEPTEMBER 9, 2017 THE MAKE-UP DATE IS SEPTEMBER 30TH HERE AT SPRUCE CREEK HIGH.  YOU MUST TAKE THE TEST AT YOUR ORIGINAL TESTING SITE.  PLEASE CHECK YOUR EMAILS FOR MORE INFORMATION. 

 

 UPCOMING COLLEGE VISITS

FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY WILL BE ON CAMPUS TODAY AT 2:45 IN THE GUIDANCE CONFERENCE ROOM. 

DSC WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING STUDENT LUNCH, ON MONDAY 9/25

 

 ATHLETICS AND CLUB INFORMATION

For any girls interested in being on the weightlifting team, there is a mandatory informational meeting in the weight room, L-27, today at lunch.  

Attention all clubs that are interested in participating in field night and carnival during homecoming week you will need to send a club representative to an informational meeting on Friday September 22nd during lunch in L-01.

Last call for Beta Club membership! For any aspiring members, please pay your $20 dues and turn in your GPA confirmation slips by this Friday September 22 in Mr. Boyce's room C-02. Please see Mr. Boyce or an officer when you are turning the money and slips in!

Become part of the Kiva club, as a team who comes together to plan fundraisers for the amazing cause of relieving poverty in the third-world. Join us in raising loans and helping borrowers get their businesses going from places like Africa and Asia. We tackle some of today’s most important social issues and give students the resources to make a real difference in the world. Our first meeting will be today in room D-02 during lunch. Come collaborate and enjoy some cookies.

FREE FOOD EACH MONTH FROM CHICK-FIL-A! THE GBB PROGRAM HAVE THE NEW 2018 CHICK-FIL-A CALENDARS FOR SALE.  THERE ARE FREE FOOD OFFERS EACH MONTH AND THE CARD MAY BE USED AT ANY CHICK-FIL-A IN THE UNITED STATES.  SEE COACH JONES IF YOU WOULD LIKE ONE OR TWO OR MORE!

The first meeting of the Florida Junior Academy of Science (FJAS) will be today in D-05 during lunch.

 

YEARBOOK AND CLASS PHOTOS ( TUESDAY!)

 Yes, it is that time of year again. Underclass photos will take place on Tuesday, September 26.  Photo Packages will be handed out in your English Classes soon.  Pictures will be taken during English classes.  If you don’t have an English class, please come at your convenience to the auditorium.  

 Make sure to get your yearbooks while they are still under $100.  Come to L-04 to get yours today.  

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute adds are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04.  Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.   To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04.

Did you miss out on Spruce Creek Customs flash sale?  This Thursday in room L-04 we will hold another flash sale at Lunch Only.  T-shirts are $2.00 and Sweatshirts will be $15.  Get your Spruce Creek shirts to wear on Friday.

 Happy first day of Fall! 


Thursday, September 21

If you are planning on bringing a guest to Homecoming 2017 on October 14th the guest  forms will be available beginning Monday, September 25th in the main office.  Please return the guest form with an attached copy of the guest’s school ID and Driver’s license to Mrs. Potts in the main office.  Guest tickets cannot be purchased until the guest form has been processed and the guest has been approved.  Guest must be between the ages of 14 and 20.  All guest must attend a High School, College, or University.  No Middle School students are permitted to attend.  The deadline to turn guest forms in is Wednesday, October 11th.  

Family Days is right around the corner, opening night Thursday, 9/28, running through Sunday, 10/1. We have a lot to offer families on opening night, with deep discounts at our carnival…Dollar Ride night, as well as our new Carnival Carload promotion. We encourage all school clubs, sports and organizations to join our annual parade that takes place Saturday, 9/30. It’s not too late to get in on the fun! We are still accepting registrations at http:// familydays. com/ parade-registration/   We look forward to seeing you at Family Days 2017!

Hey Hawk Family.   This week starts our 2nd annual TOWER OF HOPE campaign and it could not come at a better time.  We are collecting non-perishable food items for the next two weeks. If you have hurricane supplies that you no longer need, please consider donating them to our Tower of Hope.  It would be a shame to return these items to the stores, where they will be thrown out. Better yet, your donated items are tax deductible, so save those receipts.  Donations may be dropped off in the Student Activities office.

  ATTENTION:  IF YOU WERE SCHEDULED TO TAKE THE ACT TEST ON SEPTEMBER 9, 2017 THE MAKE-UP DATE IS SEPTEMBER 30TH HERE AT SPRUCE CREEK HIGH.  YOU MUST TAKE THE TEST AT YOUR ORIGINAL TESTING SITE.  PLEASE CHECK YOUR EMAILS FOR MORE INFORMATION. 

Attention all clubs that are interested in participating in field night and carnival during homecoming week you will need to send a club representative to an informational meeting on Friday September 22nd during lunch in L-01.

Yes, it is that time of year again. Underclass photos will take place on Tuesday, September 26.  Photo Packages will be handed out in your English Classes soon.  Pictures will be taken during English classes.  If you don’t have an English class, please come at your convenience to the auditorium.  

Make sure to get your yearbooks while they are still under $100.  Come to L-04 to get yours today.  

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute adds are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04.  Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.   To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04. 

  Florida Institute of Technology will have a representative available on campus, Friday, September 22nd right after school in the guidance conference room by the main office.  Please plan on stopping by to learn more about their school.

FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY WILL BE ON CAMPUS, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22ND AT 2:45 IN THE GUIDANCE CONFERENCE ROOM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT FIT.

DSC WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING STUDENT LUNCH, ON MONDAY 9/25.  STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE.

BETHUNE COOKMAN UNIVERSITY WILL BE ON CAMPUS TODAY, DURING STUDENT LUNCH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR UNIVERSITY.

For any girls interested in being on the weightlifting team, there is a mandatory informational meeting in the weight room, L-27, this Friday at lunch.  

Become part of the Kiva club, as a team who comes together to plan fundraisers for the amazing cause of relieving poverty in the third-world. Join us in raising loans and helping borrowers get their businesses going from places like Africa and Asia. We tackle some of today’s most important social issues and give students the resources to make a real difference in the world. Our first meeting will be this Friday, September 22nd in room D-02 during lunch. Come collaborate and enjoy some cookies.

Last call for Beta Club membership! For any aspiring members, please pay your $20 dues and turn in your GPA confirmation slips by this Friday September 22 in Mr. Boyce's room C-02. Please see Mr. Boyce or an officer when you are turning the money and slips in!

Attention seniors: Class of 2018 t-shirts are still available for purchase or pickup in room C14 before or after school.

The first meeting of the Florida Junior Academy of Science (FJAS) will be Friday in D-05 during lunch.

FREE FOOD EACH MONTH FROM CHICK-FIL-A! THE GBB PROGRAM HAVE THE NEW 2018 CHICK-FIL-A CALENDARS FOR SALE.  THERE ARE FREE FOOD OFFERS EACH MONTH AND THE CARD MAY BE USED AT ANY CHICK-FIL-A IN THE UNITED STATES.  SEE COACH JONES IF YOU WOULD LIKE ONE OR TWO OR MORE!

Did you miss out on Spruce Creek Customs flash sale?  This Thursday in room L-04 we will hold another flash sale at Lunch Only.  T-shirts are $2.00 and Sweatshirts will be $15.  Get your Spruce Creek shirts to wear on Friday.  

 

Wednesday, September 20

If you are planning on bringing a guest to Homecoming 2017 on October 14th the guest forms will be available beginning Monday, September 25th in the main office.  Please return the guest form with an attached copy of the guest’s school ID and Driver’s license to Mrs. Potts in the main office.  Guest tickets may not be purchased until the guest form has been processed and approved.  Guest must be between the ages of 14 and 20.  All guest must attend a High School, College, or University.  No Middle School students are permitted to attend.  The deadline to turn guest forms in is Wednesday, October 11th.  

Hey Hawk Family.   This week starts our 2nd annual TOWER OF HOPE campaign and it could not come at a better time.  We are collecting non-perishable food items for the next two weeks. If you have hurricane supplies that you no longer need, please consider donating them to our Tower of Hope.  It would be a shame to return these items to the stores, where they will be thrown out. Better yet, your donated items are tax deductible, so save those receipts.  Donations may be dropped off in the Student Activities office.

 

ATHLETICS

CONGRATULATIONS HAWKS FOOTBALL. GREAT WIN OVER SANDALWOOD LAST NIGHT. THE HAWKS TAKE ON THE HAINES CITY HORNETS THIS FRIDAY IN HAINES CITY. BEST OF LUCK BOYS!

Please join us tonight for the lady Hawks volleyball team's first home Match in our gym.  Game time is at 5:30 and 6:30 pm again Seminole.  Go lady Hawks!

For any girls interested in being on the weightlifting team, there is a mandatory informational meeting in the weight room, L-27, this Friday at lunch.  

 

COLLEGE VISITS TO OUR CAMPUS

Florida Southern College will be in the main atrium during student lunch today.  Please stop by and learn more about their college.

 University of Central Florida will have a representative on campus AFTER SCHOOL today in the main atrium.  Please stop by and learn more about becoming a UCF KNIGHT.

Florida Institute of Technology will have a representative available on campus, Friday, September 22nd  right after school in the guidance conference room by the main office.  Please plan on stopping by to learn more about their school.

FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY WILL BE ON CAMPUS, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22ND AT 2:45 IN THE GUIDANCE CONFERENCE ROOM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT FIT.

DSC WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING STUDENT LUNCH, ON MONDAY 9/25.  STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE.

BETHUNE COOKMAN UNIVERSITY WILL BE ON CAMPUS THIS THURSDAY  9/21, DURING STUDENT LUNCH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR UNIVERSITY.

 

CLUB NEWS

Attention all clubs that are interested in participating in field night and carnival during homecoming week you will need to send a club representative to an informational meeting on Friday September 22nd during lunch in L-01.

All Freshman running for Student Government need to attend a mandatory meeting in L-01 today regarding date changes for campaigning and elections.

Become part of the Kiva club, as a team who comes together to plan fundraisers for the amazing cause of relieving poverty in the third-world. Join us in raising loans and helping borrowers get their businesses going from places like Africa and Asia. We tackle some of today’s most important social issues and give students the resources to make a real difference in the world. Our first meeting will be this Friday, September 22nd in room D-02 during lunch. Come collaborate and enjoy some cookies.

The National Honor Society welcomes all those who were inducted last night to join the senior members for our first joint meeting of the year today at lunch. See you in the auditorium at lunch today, National Honor Society members!  

Do you have something important to say? Do you like a good argument? Want to hone your ability to speak to a group? You can find it all at the Speech and Debate Club. Meetings are on Wednesdays during lunch in room O-19. 

 

YEARBOOK AND CLASS PHOTOS

  Yes, it is that time of year again. Underclass photos will take place on Tuesday, September 26.  Photo Packages will be handed out in your English Classes soon.  Pictures will be taken during English classes.  If you don’t have an English class, please come at your convenience to the auditorium.  

Make sure to get your yearbooks while they are still under $100.  Come to L-04 to get yours today.  

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute adds are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04.  Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.   To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04.  

Did you miss out on Spruce Creek Customs flash sale?  This Thursday in room L-04 we will hold another flash sale at Lunch Only.  T-shirts are $2.00 and Sweatshirts will be $15.  Get your Spruce Creek shirts to wear on Friday.

 

Tuesday, September 19

Hey Hawk Family.   This week starts our 2nd annual TOWER OF HOPE campaign and it could not come at a better time.  We are collecting non-perishable food items for the next two weeks. If you have hurricane supplies that you no longer need, please consider donating them to our Tower of Hope.  It would be a shame to return these items to the stores, where they will be thrown out. Better yet, your donated items are tax deductible, so save those receipts. Donations may be dropped off in the Student Activities office. 

COLLEGE VISITS

University of Florida will have a representative here on campus AFTER SCHOOL in the main atrium today

Florida Atlantic University will have a representative on campus on today during student lunch.  They will be located in the main atrium. 

Florida Southern College will be in the main atrium during student lunch on Wednesday, September 20th. 

University of Central Florida will have a representative on campus AFTER SCHOOL, on Wednesday, September 20th,, in the main atrium. 

FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY WILL BE ON CAMPUS, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22ND AT 2:45 IN THE GUIDANCE CONFERENCE ROOM. 

ATHLETICS

Come out and support the lady Hawks Volleyballl team in their home match Wednesday night at 5:30 and 6:30 pm in our Gym.  Admission is just 3.00.  Go lady Hawks 

For any girls interested in being on the weightlifting team, there is a mandatory informational meeting in the weight room, L-27, this Friday at lunch.  

CLUBS

 Attention all clubs that are interested in participating in field night and carnival during homecoming week you will need to send a club representative to an informational meeting on Friday September 22nd during lunch in L-01.

All Freshman running for Student Government need to attend a mandatory meeting in L-01 on Wednesday September 20 regarding date changes for campaigning and elections.

Become part of the Kiva club, as a team who comes together to plan fundraisers for the amazing cause of relieving poverty in the third-world. Join us in raising loans and helping borrowers get their businesses going from places like Africa and Asia. We tackle some of today’s most important social issues and give students the resources to make a real difference in the world. Our first meeting will be this Friday, September 22nd in room D-02 during lunch. Come collaborate and enjoy some cookies.

There will be a Science Olympiad meeting, at lunch, in D-01.

 

YEARBOOK AND CLASS PHOTOS

Yes, it is that time of year again. Underclass photos will take place on Tuesday, September 26.  Photo Packages will be handed out in your English Classes soon.  Pictures will be taken during English classes.  If you don’t have an English class, please come at your convenience to the auditorium.  

Make sure to get your yearbooks while they are still under $100.  Come to L-04 to get yours today.  

Attention class of 2018:  Senior tribute adds are now available.  Information is on the school website and can be turned into room L-04.  Also, Seniors be sure to get your senior picture taken for the yearbook before November 3.  DSP will also be on campus Nov. 3 to take Senior pictures.   To schedule an appointment for November 3, see Coach Mowrey in room L-04.  

Did you miss out on Spruce Creek Customs flash sale?  This Thursday in room L-04 we will hold another flash sale at Lunch Only.  T-shirts are $2.00 and Sweatshirts will be $15.  Get your Spruce Creek shirts to wear on Friday.

 

Monday, September 18

 

Thursday, September 7

Congratulations to the lady hawk volleyball team for their win over Seminole high school.  The underclassmen really stepped it up to pull out an impressive 3-1 win.   Great job ladies! Join us next week for our first home match on Thursday against Sandalwood.

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS WHO ARE REGISTERED TO TAKE THE ACT TEST THIS SATURDAY HERE AT SCHS.  THE ACT TESST FOR SEPTEMBER 09, 2017 HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO HURRICANE IRMA.  INFORMATION ON RESCHEDULING WILL BE GIVEN ONCE ACT PROVIDES IT TO THE SCHOOLS.

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO ARE TO BEGIN DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES THIS SATURDAY.  DUE TO THE POTENTIAL HURRICANE, DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES WILL BE CANCELLED AT ALL LOCATIONS THIS SATURDAY. A MAKEUP CLASS WILL BE SCHEDULED AT A LATER DATE.  PLEASE PAY ATTENTION TO THE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THAT FUTURE DATE.

   If you are going to be graduating this year and want to be in the senior section, make sure to schedule your photo with Dean Stewart Photography before November 1.  If you can’t make it to the studio, see Coach Mowrey to make an appointment for DSP’s on site photo day November 3.  You must schedule an appointment in order to get your photo taken that day.

It’s that time again, Underclass photos are coming up on September 26th.  Underclassmen will come to get their photos taken in the auditorium during their English classes.  If students do not have an English class, they are encouraged to get their photo at any point during the day.

PE shirts are in. Smalls and mediums are now available. Please come see a coach to get your shirt.

Any Junior interested in taking the PSAT on October 11th will need to sign up by September 14th. To register you may pay online or bring a check to Mrs. Copp in the IB office before school, during lunch, or right after school. 

Attention Hawk fans! The Junior varsity football game for tonight has been cancelled.  Our varsity game against Matanzas has been moved from Friday night to tonight at 7pm. 

ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE AMERICAN RED CROSS CLUB WILL HOLD ITS FIRST MEETING OF THE YEAR ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH DURING LUNCH IN MR. GUFFORD’S ROOM (O33).  WE WILL DISCUSS UPCOMING CLUB PROJECTS AND IMPORTANT DATES TO PLAN FOR IN YOUR CALENDAR, SO PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND.

Anyone interesting in performing in the Gong Show for the homecoming carnival must pick up an application this week in the auditorium.  All completed applications must be turned by Sept 14th. Don’t miss out on this annual tradition.  Spots will fill up.  The Florida Junior Academy of Science (FJAS) meeting will be postponed until next Friday in room D-05. Seniors: Show your class of 2018 pride! Make sure you have paid your class dues and picked up your senior T shirt so you can wear it Friday.  T shirt pickup is in room C14. Seniors:  Now is the time to buy your senior tribute pages.  Stop by room L-04 to get yours today.     The Yearbook has now gone up to $90.  This is the lowest it will be for the rest of the year.  Come by room L-04 to get yours now!   

 

Wednesday, September 6

Hey Hawk fans! The Junior varsity football game for tomorrow night has been cancelled.  Our varsity game against Matanzas has been moved from Friday night to Thursday night at 7pm. 

The Boy's Bowling Team whipped the Bulldogs of FPC by a score of 7-0 for their first win of the season.Bowling high games  were Robbbie Onusko 228, Brandon Howell 193, Adam Howell 185, and Big Ben Lache 161. Robbie Onusko also had a 3 game series of 636. Way to go Hawks, Next match is at University Thursday. And the Girls Team is still looking for bowlers. Contact Coach Franks.

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO WERE ACCEPTED INTO DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE FALL SEMESTER.  IF YOU WERE ADMITTED TO THE AFTER SCHOOL SESSION IT BEGINS TOMORROW.  PLEASE BE SURE TO READ THE SLIP SENT TO YOU BY MRS. TURNGREN FOR INFORMATION REGARDING WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING TO EVERY SESSION.  IF YOU WERE ADMITTED TO THE SATURDAY SESSION IT BEGINS THIS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH.  YOU TOO WILL NEED TO REVIEW THE INFORMATION SENT TO YOU AS WELL SO YOU KNOW WHAT YOU NEED TO HAVE FOR THE SATURDAY CLASS.  IF YOU ARE TAKING DRIVERS EDUCATION AT ANOTHER LOCATION, THE DATES AND TIMES ARE THE SAME, JUST ARRIVE AT THAT LOCATION AND REPORT TO THE MAIN OFFICE FOR FURTHER DIRECTIONS.  IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT.

*STUDENTS WHO ARE TO BEGIN DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES THIS SATURDAY.  DUE TO THE POTENTIAL HURRICANE, DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES WILL BE CANCELLED AT ALL LOCATIONS THIS SATURDAY. A MAKEUP CLASS WILL BE SCHEDULED AT A LATER DATE.  PLEASE PAY ATTENTION TO THE ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THAT FUTURE DATE.  

ALL STUDENTS WHO ARE REGISTERED TO TAKE THE ACT TEST THIS SATURDAY HERE AT SCHS.  THE ACT TESST FOR SEPTEMBER 09, 2017 HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO HURRICANE IRMA.  INFORMATION ON RESCHEDULING WILL BE GIVEN ONCE ACT PROVIDES IT TO THE SCHOOLS.

PE shirts are in. Smalls and mediums are now available. Please come see a coach to get your shirt. Any Junior interested in taking the PSAT on October 11th will need to sign up by September 14th. To register you may pay online or bring a check to Mrs. Copp in the IB office before school, during lunch, or right after school.

  THE AMERICAN RED CROSS CLUB WILL HOLD ITS FIRST MEETING OF THE YEAR ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH DURING LUNCH IN MR. GUFFORD’S ROOM (O33).  WE WILL DISCUSS UPCOMING CLUB PROJECTS AND IMPORTANT DATES TO PLAN FOR IN YOUR CALENDAR, SO PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND.

Calling all freshman!  If you want to get involved and be a leader in the school think about student government.  There will be an mandatory meeting regarding Freshman elections on Wednesday in L-01 at Lunch.  

Come join South Asian Club today in Mrs. Leathead's room, O-21! Allow us to introduce you to the culture embedded in the South Asian region. Meetings will be held every first Wednesday of each month!

This is a reminder to theatre club members to pay their annual dues by the end of this week and any member wishing to audition for the Enchanted Forest needs to report to the auditorium today during lunch.

Anyone interesting in performing in the Gong Show for the homecoming carnival must pick up an application this week in the auditorium.  All completed applications must be turned by Sept 14th. Don’t miss out on this annual tradition.  Spots will fill up. 

The first Florida Junior Academy of Science (FJAS) meeting will be on Friday September 8th in room D-05 at lunch.  If you are interested in participating in fun labs related to biology, chemistry, and physics join us for this first informational meeting.  This club is first come first serve and will be capped at 75 members.  

 

Tuesday, September 5

Attention students, Embry Riddle University will have a representative here during student lunch on Tuesday, September 5th in the main atrium.  Stop by and learn more about their university. PE shirts are in. Smalls and mediums are now available. Please come see a coach to get your shirt.

 ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO WERE ACCEPTED INTO DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE FALL SEMESTER.  IF YOU WERE ADMITTED TO THE AFTER SCHOOL SESSION IT BEGINS TOMORROW.  PLEASE BE SURE TO READ THE SLIP SENT TO YOU BY MRS. TURNGREN FOR INFORMATION REGARDING WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING TO EVERY SESSION.  IF YOU WERE ADMITTED TO THE SATURDAY SESSION IT BEGINS THIS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH.  YOU TOO WILL NEED TO REVIEW THE INFORMATION SENT TO YOU AS WELL SO YOU KNOW WHAT YOU NEED TO HAVE FOR THE SATURDAY CLASS.  IF YOU ARE TAKING DRIVERS EDUCATION AT ANOTHER LOCATION, THE DATES AND TIMES ARE THE SAME, JUST ARRIVE AT THAT LOCATION AND REPORT TO THE MAIN OFFICE FOR FURTHER DIRECTIONS.  IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT.

ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE AMERICAN RED CROSS CLUB WILL HOLD ITS FIRST MEETING OF THE YEAR ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH DURING LUNCH IN MR. GUFFORD’S ROOM (O33).  WE WILL DISCUSS UPCOMING CLUB PROJECTS AND IMPORTANT DATES TO PLAN FOR IN YOUR CALENDAR, SO PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND.

Calling all freshman!  If you want to get involved and be a leader in the school think about student government.  There will be an mandatory meeting regarding Freshman elections on Wednesday in L-01 at Lunch.    

 

Thursday, August 31

Attention students, Embry Riddle University will have a representative here during student lunch on Tuesday, September 5th in the main atrium.  Stop by and learn more about their university.

Attention all Juniors: You still have time to apply for the Future’s Tomorrow’s Leaders program. You can access the application on the Future’s website or see you school counselor for a copy. All applications must be submitted to Guidance by Sept. 6th. This is a leadership opportunity which involves an orientation and five full day seminars in our community. For more information see your school counselor.

PE shirts are in. Smalls and mediums are now available. Please come see a coach to get your shirt.

 Hey if you are a parent looking to get involved or a student needing volunteer hours, we have two great opportunities ahead. We are looking for a few volunteers to help with serving at our spaghetti social this Thursday and we are in need of parent or student volunteers to help with parking at Friday night’s football game. If you are interested, contact Mrs. Rocco in Student Activities or rrocco@ volusia.k12.fl.us 

 

Attention anyone interested in trying out for the BOYS soccer teams. There will be a mandatory meeting on Thursday, August 31 at 3pm in room C8. Paperwork will be distributed and very important information will be discussed. Please be on time. See Coach Costner if you need more information.

 

If you want to be on a varsity team that practices indoors where it nice and cool, we have the sport for you. The Girl’s Bowling team is looking for bowlers for the 2017 season. If you are interested contact Coach Franks in the P.E. Dept.

 

Seniors: Show your class of 2018 pride! Make sure you have paid your class dues and picked up your senior T shirt so you can wear it Friday.  T shirt pickup is in room C14.

It is that time of year to start thinking about the homecoming carnival gong show.  If you are interested in performing in the gong show please stop by the auditorium starting Wednesday Aug 30 to pick up an application or to get more information.  Groups or individuals can perform.  Sign up early as spots are limited.

The first meeting of the Art Club will be today at lunch in Mr. Moskola's room L-33. You do not need to be in an art class to join. Everyone is welcome.

 

PAC will be selling spaghetti dinner tickets every day during lunch this week in the main atrium. Tickets are $5.00  and our spaghetti social will be before the club expo tonight, so if you have to stay to set up for the expo or Teachers if you are staying until open house, enjoy a delicious meal catered by Giuseppe’s Steel City . 

THEY'RE BAAACK! The Papillon (pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble is selling Strawberry Delights for one dollar in the Main and Freshman Atria Wednesday and Thursday after school and during the Club Expo and Open House on Thursday.  Come support your dance team!

 

Seniors:  It’s that time of year again.  Time to order your senior tribute ads from the yearbook.  Ad templates are available in room L-04 and online.  

 

Want to get your yearbook at the lowest price of the season?  You only have until September 5 to get the yearbook for $80.  Get yours now in room L-04

 

Don’t have s SCHS t-shirt to wear on spirit day?  Spruce Creek Customs will be selling Spruce Creek T-shirts Thursday, August 31 at lunch in room L-04 for $2.00/shirt.  

 

 

Wednesday, August 30

Attention all Juniors: You still have time to apply for the Future’s Tomorrow’s Leaders program. You can access the application on the Future’s website or see you school counselor for a copy. All applications must be submitted to Guidance by Sept. 6th. This is a leadership opportunity which involves an orientation and five full day seminars in our community. For more information see your school counselor.

If you are a parent looking to get involved or a student in need of volunteer hours, we have two great opportunities ahead. We are looking for a few volunteers to help with serving at our spaghetti social this Thursday. We need parents or student volunteers to help with parking at Friday night’s football game. If you are interested, contact Mrs. Rocco in Student Activities or rrocco@ volusia.k12.fl.us 

Attention anyone interested in trying out for the BOYS soccer teams. There will be a mandatory meeting on Thursday, August 31 at 3pm in room C8. Paperwork will be distributed and very important information will be discussed. Please be on time. See Coach Costner if you need more information.

If you want to be on a varsity team that practices indoors where it nice and cool, we have the sport for you. The Girl’s Bowling team is looking for bowlers for the 2017 season. If you are interested contact Coach Franks in the P.E. Dept.

 

It is that time of year to start thinking about the homecoming carnival gong show.  If you are interested in performing in the gong show please stop by the auditorium starting Wednesday Aug 30 to pick up an application or to get more information.  Groups or individuals can perform.  Sign up early as spots are limited.

Interested in Model UN.  The first full meeting of the year is on Thursday at lunch in O-16. Please announce Thursday: Model UN kicks off today in O-16 at lunch – be there!

All juniors and seniors who received an official acceptance letter into the National Honor Society will meet today at lunch in the auditorium. Please be on time... Wednesday, August 30, auditorium- NHS new candidates. 

 

PAC will be selling spaghetti dinner tickets every day during lunch this week in the main atrium. Tickets are $5.00  and our spaghetti social will be before the club expo This Thursday, so if you have to stay to set up for the expo or Teachers if you are staying until open house, enjoy a delicious meal catered by Giuseppe’s Steel City . 

THEY'RE BAAACK! The Papillon (pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble is selling Strawberry Delights for one dollar in the Main and Freshman Atria Wednesday and Thursday after school and during the Club Expo and Open House on Thursday.  Come support your dance team! 

 Seniors:  It’s that time of year again.  Time to order your senior tribute ads from the yearbook.  Ad templates are available in room L-04 and online.  

Want to get your yearbook at the lowest price of the season?  You only have until September 5 to get the yearbook for $80.  Get yours now in room L-04

Don’t have s SCHS t-shirt to wear on spirit day?  Spruce Creek Customs will be selling Spruce Creek T-shirts Thursday, August 31 at lunch in room L-04 for $2.00/shirt. 

 

Tuesday, August 29

Attention all Juniors: You still have time to apply for the Future’s Tomorrow’s Leaders program. You can access the application on the Future’s website or see you school counselor for a copy. All applications must be submitted to Guidance by Sept. 6th. This is a leadership opportunity which involves an orientation and five full day seminars in our community. For more information see your school counselor.

Attention anyone interested in trying out for the GIRLS soccer teams. There will be a mandatory meeting on Tuesday, August 29 at 3pm in room C8. Paperwork will be distributed and very important information will be discussed. Please be on time. See Coach Costner if you need more information.

Attention anyone interested in trying out for the BOYS soccer teams. There will be a  mandatory meeting on Tuesday, August 29 at 3pm in room C8. Paperwork will be distributed and very important information will be discussed. Please be on time. See Coach Costner if you need more information.

Are you interested in becoming a true leader? Would you like to be recognized nationally as a true contributor to the world? If so, join Beta Club, an elite organization that embodies 4 main traits: academic achievement, character, leadership, and service. You must meet the academic requirements in order to qualify for membership. However, students from any grade can join this organization. We meet every 2nd Thursday of each month. Our first meeting is August 29th in Mr. Boyce's room C-02 at lunch. Come join us for loads of service-filled fun (and cookies)! We hope to see you there!

It is that time of year to start thinking about the homecoming carnival gong show.  If you are interested in performing in the gong show please stop by the auditorium starting Wednesday Aug 30 to pick up an application or to get more information.  Groups or individuals can perform.  Sign up early as spots are limited.

Interested in Model UN.  The first full meeting of the year is on Thursday at lunch in O-16. Please announce Thursday: Model UN kicks off today in O-16 at lunch – be there!

 

PAC will be selling spaghetti dinner tickets every day during lunch this week in the main atrium. Tickets are $5.00 and our spaghetti social will be before the club expo This Thursday, so if you have to stay to set up for the expo or Teachers if you are staying until open house, enjoy a delicious meal catered by Giuseppe’s Steel City . 

Hey if you are a parent looking to get involved or a student needing volunteer hours, we have two great opportunities ahead. We are looking for a few volunteers to help with serving at our spaghetti social this Thursday and we are in need of parent or student volunteers to help with parking at Friday night’s football game. If you are interested, contact Mrs. Rocco in Student Activities or rrrocco@volusia.k12.fl.us

Seniors:  It’s that time of year again.  Time to order your senior tribute ads from the yearbook.  Ad templates are available in room L-04 and online.  

Want to get your yearbook at the lowest price of the season?  You only have until September 5 to get the yearbook for $80.  Get yours now in room L-04

Don’t have s SCHS t-shirt to wear on spirit day?  Spruce Creek Customs will be selling Spruce Creek T-shirts Thursday, August 31 at lunch in room L-04 for $2.00/shirt.  

Monday, August 28

Join us for our very first Spaghetti Social Fundraiser. Sponsoring Student & Teacher Events Presented by PAC Parent Advisory Committee. Aug. 31st from 5-6 pm in the Cafeteria before Club Expo/Open House. Tickets are $5.00 per person. You may buy them online at sprucecreekhigh. Com, in the Student Activities Office or at Friday's football game along with Go Hawks! Light up bracelets.  Did we mention?  Giuseppe’s restaurant is catering our delicious meal. 

Attention all Juniors: You still have time to apply for the Future’s Tomorrow’s Leaders program. You can access the application on the Future’s website or see you school counselor for a copy. All applications must be submitted to Guidance by Sept. 6th. This is a leadership opportunity which involves an orientation and five full day seminars in our community. For more information see your school counselor.

Attention anyone interested in trying out for the GIRLS soccer teams. There will be a mandatory meeting on Tuesday, August 29 at 3pm in room C8. Paperwork will be distributed and very important information will be discussed. Please be on time. See Coach Costner if you need more information.

Are you interested in becoming a true leader? Would you like to be recognized nationally as a true contributor to the world? If so, join Beta Club, an elite organization that embodies 4 main traits: academic achievement, character, leadership, and service. You must meet the academic requirements in order to qualify for membership. However, students from any grade can join this organization. We meet every 2nd Thursday of each month. Our first meeting is August 29th in Mr. Boyce's room C-02 at lunch. Come join us for loads of service-filled fun (and cookies)! We hope to see you there!

Project 396 will have its first meeting today in O-20. All are welcome to come and hear about this YMCA Club and it's first big event- the Fall Campout! Students can come during the first or second half of lunch.

 

Seniors:  It’s that time of year again.  Time to order your senior tribute ads from the yearbook.  Ad templates are available in room L-04 and online.  

Want to get your yearbook at the lowest price of the season?  You only have until September 5 to get the yearbook for $80.  Get yours now in room L-04

Don’t have s SCHS t-shirt to wear on spirit day?  Spruce Creek Customs will be selling Spruce Creek T-shirts Thursday, August 31 at lunch in room L-04 for $2.00/shirt.  

And now for the weather: Expect a 50% chance of showers today.  The skies will be cloudy with a high of 89 degrees. Currently, Spruce Creek’s rooftop is 79 degrees with light southwest winds.

Project 396 will have its first meeting today in O-20. All are welcome to come and hear about this YMCA Club and its first big event- the Fall Campout! Students can come during the first or second half of lunch.

 

Seniors:  It’s that time of year again.  Time to order your senior tribute ads from the yearbook.  Ad templates are available in room L-04 and online.  

Want to get your yearbook at the lowest price of the season?  You only have until September 5 to get the yearbook for $80.  Get yours now in room L-04

Don’t have s SCHS t-shirt to wear on spirit day?  Spruce Creek Customs will be selling Spruce Creek T-shirts Thursday, August 31 at lunch in room L-04 for $2.00/shirt.  

Port Orange Family days would welcome the opportunity to have students seeking Community Service Hours to come on out and volunteer during the four-day event in October.  If your club, team, group of friends or even individuals would like to volunteer, please stop by the activities office for more information.

Friday, August 25

Congratulations to the lady Hawks volleyball team for their exciting win against Middleburg.  The lady Hawks are how 1-0. 

IF YOU ARE A STUDENT WHO SIGNED UP FOR DRIVERS ED AND YOU ARE A MEMBER OF THE SCHS BAND PLEASE STOP BY THE GUIDANCE OFFICE AND SEE MRS. TURNGREN ASAP.

Attention all Juniors: You still have time to apply for the Future’s Tomorrow’s Leaders program. You can access the application on the Future’s website or see you school counselor for a copy. All applications must be submitted to Guidance by Sept. 6th. This is a leadership opportunity which involves an orientation and five full day seminars in our community. For more information see your school counselor.

The first blood drive of the year is Monday August 28.  If you are 16 or older you can help to save lives.  Go to the blood drive table at lunch in the main atrium today to get more information.

 If you want to be on a varsity team that practices indoors where it nice and cool, we have the sport for you. The Boy's and Girl's Bowling team is looking for bowlers for the 2017 season. If you are interested contact Coach Franks in the P.E. Dept.

Any girls interested in the joining the Weightlifting Team, see Coach Nelson in the weight room during lunch or after school.  The weight room is located near parent pick up in L-27.  Become a Hawk Iron Woman and be part of a great program here at Spruce Creek.

Attention anyone interested in trying out for the GIRLS soccer teams. There will be a  mandatory meeting on Tuesday, August 29 at 3pm in room C8. Paperwork will be distributed and very important information will be discussed. Please be on time. See Coach Costner if you need more information.

Guten Morgen- First German Club meeting will be this Friday, the 25th, in room number F-03. During lunch.

SEA Club – The Students for Environmental Action club - will have their first meeting this Friday at lunch in O-40 Mr. Platt’s room.  If you would like to learn more about the environment and get involved in different projects to help the environment then please plan to attend.  Regular meetings will be the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month

Spruce Creek is proud to be A Unified Champion School! Special Olympics Unified Schools empower youth and educators to be leaders of change.  By playing and learning we will create a more inclusive world.  Students of all abilities have the power to positively impact our school community by promoting social inclusion. YAC is a club specifically designed by Special Olympics Florida. If you want to know more and help us continue to create an educational environment where respect and acceptance are the norm and all students feel included and engaged then join us in N-01 this Friday, August 25th at lunch!

 

The first Theatre Club meeting will be today during lunch in the auditorium.  All students are welcome to attend – you do not have to be taking theatre class to participate.  If you are interested in performance, tech and design or even marketing come check out opportunities you will have in this organization.  Again the first meeting will be this Friday Aug 25th during lunch. 

Are you interested in becoming a true leader? Would you like to be recognized nationally as a true contributor to the world? If so, join Beta Club, an elite organization that embodies 4 main traits: academic achievement, character, leadership, and service. You must meet the academic requirements in order to qualify for membership. However, students from any grade can join this organization. We meet every 2nd Thursday of each month. Our first meeting is August 29th in Mr. Boyce's room C-02 at lunch. Come join us for loads of service-filled fun (and cookies)! We hope to see you there!

 

Port Orange Family days would welcome the opportunity to have students seeking Community Service Hours to come on out and volunteer during the four-day event in October.  If your club, team, group of friends or even individuals would like to volunteer, please stop by the activities office for more information.

Join us for our very first Spaghetti Social Fundraiser. Sponsoring Student & Teacher Events Presented by PAC Parent Advisory Committee. Aug. 31st from 5-6 pm in the Cafeteria before Club Expo/Open House. Tickets are $5.00 per person. You may buy them online at sprucecreekhigh. Com, in the Student Activities Office or at Friday's football game along with Go Hawks! Light up bracelets.  Did we mention?  Giuseppe’s restaurant is catering our delicious meal. 

 A Big Shout out to the JV Hawks last night with their exceptional win against cross town rival Seabreeze. Way to go guys! Tonight our Varsity Football team will take on Seabreeze Varsity with kickoff at 7pm. Come on out to watch the Hawks crack those crabs once again.

Thursday, August 24

IF YOU ARE A STUDENT WHO SIGNED UP FOR DRIVERS ED AND YOU ARE A MEMBER OF THE SCHS BAND PLEASE STOP BY THE GUIDANCE OFFICE AND SEE MRS. TURNGREN ASAP.

The first blood drive of the year is Monday August 28.  If you are 16 or older you can help to save lives.  Go to the blood drive table at lunch in the main atrium today or tomorrow to get more information.

 Hawk Fans - The JV football team has their 1st game of the season against Seabreeze HS Thursday night. Kickoff is 6pm. Let’s go Hawks, crush those crabs.

Attention all Juniors: You still have time to apply for the Future’s Tomorrow’s Leaders program. You can access the application on the Future’s website or see you school counselor for a copy. All applications must be submitted to Guidance by Sept. 6th. This is a leadership opportunity which involves an orientation and five full day seminars in our community. For more information see your school counselor.

If you want to be on a varsity team that practices indoors where it nice and cool, we have the sport for you. The Boy's and Girl's Bowling team is looking for bowlers for the 2017 season. If you are interested contact Coach Franks in the P.E. Dept.

Any girls interested in the joining the Weightlifting Team, see Coach Nelson in the weight room during lunch or after school.  The weight room is located near parent pick up in L-27.  Become a Hawk Iron Woman and be part of a great program here at Spruce Creek.

Seniors: Show your class of 2018 pride! Make sure you have paid your class dues and picked up your senior T shirt so you can wear it Friday.  T shirt pickup is in room C14.

Do you enjoy or excel in mathematics?  If so, apply for membership in Spruce Creek High School’s Mathematics Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta.  There will be a meeting this Thursday August 24th for all interested applicants in Mrs. Deamer’s room G-3 at lunch.   

Do you like discussing political, social, and environmental issues with like-minded people?  The Young Democrats Club is meeting this year every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month.  Our first meeting will be August 24th at lunch in room C-11.  Come join us this year to get informed and involved!

There’s a new club on campus and you might recognize the name.  Habitat for Humanity Spruce Creek Campus Chapter will team up with local Habitat affiliates to provide affordable housing in our community.  To learn more, join us for our first meeting this Thursday, August 24 in room O-35 during lunch.

SEA Club – The Students for Environmental Action  club - will have their first meeting this Friday at lunch in O-40 Mr. Platt’s room.  If you would like to learn more about the environment and get involved in different projects to help the environment then please plan to attend.  Regular meetings will be the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month

First German Club meeting will be this Friday, the 25th, in room number F-03.

Spruce Creek is proud to be A Unified Champion School! Special Olympics Unified Schools empower youth and educators to be leaders of change.  By playing and learning we will create a more inclusive world.  Students of all abilities have the power to positively impact our school community by promoting social inclusion. YAC is a club specifically designed by Special Olympics Florida. If you want to know more and help us continue to create an educational environment where respect and acceptance are the norm and all students feel included and engaged then join us in N-01 this Friday, August 25th at lunch!

Are you interested in international affairs?  Do you enjoy spirited discussion? Are you interested in a club that will help you with college and future careers?  Model UN invite you to join us TODAY at lunch in O-16,  for an introductory meeting.  You can find out about the club and its activities, ask questions and find friends with similar interests.

The first Theatre Club meeting will be this Friday Aug 25th during lunch in the auditorium.  All students are welcome to attend – you do not have to be taking theatre class to participate.  If you are interested in performance, tech and design or even marketing come check out opportunities you will have in this organization.  Again the first meeting will be this Friday Aug 25th during lunch. 

The Key Club will hold their first meeting on Thursday, August 24, in the cafeteria at lunch.  Come and check out the service club and there will be free ice cream!

Join us for our very first Spaghetti Social Fundraiser Sponsoring Student & Teacher Events Presented by PAC Parent Advisory Committee. Aug. 31st from 5-6 pm in the Cafeteria before Club Expo/Open House. Tickets are $5/person. You may buy them online at sprucecreekhigh. com, , in parent loop this week Wednesday from 1-1:45 and Thursday from 2-2:45, or at Friday's football game along with Go Hawks! Light up bracelets or contact pacschs@gmail .com..  Did we mention?  Giuseppe’s restaurant will be providing our delicious meal. 

 

 

Wednesday, August 23

Our Girls Bowling team is off to a great start. Elisabeth Webb bowled a game high of 236 and a 3 game series of 653 against Matanzas yesterday. Our next match is Thursday against Pine Ridge.  It’s not too late to join the high school bowling team.  We are an FHSAA sanctioned sport,  you have the opportunity to earn a varsity letter as well as scholarships. See Coach Franks to get started today!

This year Savanna Mohney would have been a Senior and her brother David would have been a Freshman here at Creek. Our Cross Country team is asking you to help us honor their memory by participating in a 5K race or Tribute Walk at our Track on Sat, Sep 2 at 8:30am! Proceeds go the Domestic Abuse Council and Savanna's XC Team. Registration flyers are in the front office and activities office.

Hawk Fans - The JV football team has their 1st game of the season against  Seabreeze HS Thursday night. Kickoff is 6pm. Let’s go Hawks, crush those crabs.

If you want to be on a varsity team that practices indoors where it nice and cool, we have the sport for you. The Boy's and Girl's Bowling team is looking for bowlers for the 2017 season. If you are interested contact Coach Franks in the P.E. Dept.

 

Any girls interested in the joining the Weightlifting Team, see Coach Nelson in the weight room during lunch or after school.  The weight room is located near parent pick up in L-27.  Become a Hawk Iron Woman and be part of a great program here at Spruce Creek.

Good morning students, faculty and staff!  We are pleased to announce that YOUR Launch Federal Credit Union branch is now open.  Our hours are Tuesday and Wednesday during lunch in the main atrium.  Stop by for all your banking needs!

Do you enjoy or excel in mathematics?  If so, apply for membership in Spruce Creek High School’s Mathematics Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta.  There will be a meeting this Thursday August 24th for all interested applicants in Mrs. Deamer’s room G-3 at lunch.   

Psychology Club will meet in Mr. Graham's portable P-30 Wednesday at lunch.
Do you like discussing political, social, and environmental issues with like-minded people?  The Young Democrats Club is meeting this year every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month.  Our first meeting will be August 24th at lunch in room C-11.  Come join us this year to get informed and involved!

There’s a new club on campus and you might recognize the name.  Habitat for Humanity Spruce Creek Campus Chapter will team up with local Habitat affiliates to provide affordable housing in our community.  To learn more, join us for our first meeting this Thursday, August 24 in room O-35 during lunch.

SEA Club – The Students for Environmental Action  club - will have their first meeting this Friday at lunch in O-40 Mr. Platt’s room.  If you would like to learn more about the environment and get involved in different projects to help the environment then please plan to attend.  Regular meetings will be the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month

First German Club meeting will be this Friday, the 25th, in room number F-03.

The French Club will meet during lunch on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month.  The first meeting will take place TODAY, at lunch time, in room F-2, Madame Augat’s room.

Spruce Creek is proud to be A Unified Champion School! Special Olympics Unified Schools empower youth and educators to be leaders of change.  By playing and learning we will create a more inclusive world.  Students of all abilities have the power to positively impact our school community by promoting social inclusion. YAC is a club specifically designed by Special Olympics Florida. If you want to know more and help us continue to create an educational environment where respect and acceptance are the norm and all students feel included and engaged then join us in N-01 this Friday, August 25th at lunch!

The first Theatre Club meeting will be this Friday Aug 25th during lunch in the auditorium.  All students are welcome to attend – you do not have to be taking theatre class to participate.  If you are interested in performance, tech and design or even marketing come check out opportunities you will have in this organization.  Again the first meeting will be this Friday Aug 25th during lunch. 

Join us for our very first Spaghetti Social Fundraiser Sponsoring Student & Teacher Events Presented by PAC Parent Advisory Committee. Aug. 31st from 5-6 pm in the Cafeteria before Club Expo/Open House. Tickets  are $5/person. You may buy them  online at sprucecreekhigh. com, , in parent loop this week Wednesday from 1-1:45 and Thursday from 2-2:45, or at Friday's football game along with Go Hawks! Light up bracelets or contact pacschs@gmail .com..  Did we mention?  Giuseppe’s  restaurant will be providing our delicious meal. 

And now for the weather--Our weather pattern is about to take a turn.  Expect higher rain chances as the weekend approaches thanks to a low pressure forming over Southern Florida.  Today, expect a chance of a coastal shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon.  Skies will be partly sunny with a high of 93 degrees. Currently, Spruce Creek’s rooftop is a very humid 80 degrees with calm winds.

 

Monday, August 21

This year Savanna Mohney would have been a Senior and her brother David would have been a Freshman here at Creek. Our Cross Country team is asking you to help us honor their memory by participating in a 5K race or Tribute Walk at our Track on Sat, Sep 2 at 8:30am! Proceeds go the Domestic Abuse Council and Savanna's XC Team. Registration flyers are in the front office and activities office.

If you want to be on a varsity team that practices indoors where it nice and cool, we have the sport for you. The Boy's and Girl's Bowling team is looking for bowlers for the 2017 season. If you are interested contact Coach Franks in the P.E. Dept.
All  Cross Country athletes, report to room C-23 after school today.

Do you like discussing political, social, and environmental issues with like-minded people?  The Young Democrats Club is meeting this year every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month.  Our first meeting will be August 24th at lunch in room C-11.  Come join us this year to get informed and involved!

There’s a new club on campus and you might recognize the name.  Habitat for Humanity Spruce Creek Campus Chapter will team up with local Habitat affiliates to provide affordable housing in our community.  To learn more, join us for our first meeting this Thursday, August 24 in room O-35 during lunch.

Psychology Club will meet in Mr. Graham's portable P-30 Wednesday at lunch.

JOSTENS WILL BE ON CAMPUS TO TAKE YOUR CLASS RING ORDER ON AUGUST 23RD , 24TH AND 25TH . THEY WILL BE HERE IN THE MAIN ATRIUM DURING LUNCH AND ALL DAY UNTIL 6:30PM ON August 24th. Feel free to stop by  with any questions about ordering your class ring. 

And now for the weather--There’ll only be a 20% chance of showers today.  Expect a high of 90 degrees under partly sunny skies.  Winds will be light out of the east.  Currently, Spruce Creek’s rooftop is boasting a pleasant 78 degrees and calm winds.

 

Friday, August 18

\Come support your Hawks at tonight's first game of the season against Seminole HS at 7 PM. 


Congratulations to the lady hawks volleyball team for their wins against Warner and New Smyrna last night at the Pre Season Volleyball Classic. Great job ladies.  Thanks to everyone who came out and support us!


Welcome back students!  Registration for fall drivers education classes will take place this week!   Brochures are now available in the guidance office, they include important information to review before you decide to register.  You must have completed your first year of high school and already have your drivers permit in order to register.  On Wednesday, 8/16, applications will be available to pick up.  You must complete them and have them signed by your parent.  Also a clear photo copy or your drivers permit should be attached. Actual registration will begin at 7 AM on Thursday 8/17 in the guidance department.  If you have any further questions, please see Mrs. Turngren in the guidance department.

 

Attention students:  Please note, the volunteer opportunities bulletin board has been relocated to just outside of the guidance department.  Please peruse the board for opportunities to volunteer in your community and earn valuable and necessary service hours.  Also note, if you have not done your volunteer training, it is mandatory so please go to sprucecreekhigh.com and watch the brief PowerPoint on the rules and regulations before you begin volunteering.

Attention current Juniors. The FUTURES Tomorrow’s Leaders applications are available to complete and return to Guidance by Sept. 6th. All applications must be typed. Please see your counselor for an application.  This is a leadership opportunity which involves an orientation and active participation in five full day seminars in our community. Students meet and interact with community leaders to share thoughts, concerns and hopes about current issues and community resources. 

Seniors be sure to schedule your senior portrait for the yearbook at Dean Stewart Photography.  Time is running out to make sure your photo will appear.

Attention all music lovers: If you are interested in being in 5th period orchestra and learning to play the viola or string bass, please see Mr.Dupuis in the band room in J-12. 

If you want to be on a varsity team that practices indoors where it nice and cool the Boy's and Girl's Bowling team is looking for bowlers for the 2017 season. If you are interested contact Coach Franks in the P.E. Dept.

JOSTENS WILL BE ON CAMPUS TO TAKE YOUR CLASS RING ORDER ON AUGUST 23RD , 24TH AND 25TH . THEY WILL BE HERE IN THE MAIN ATRIUM DURING LUNCH AND ALL DAY UNTIL 6:30PM ON August 24th. Feel free to stop by  with any questions about ordering your class ring. 

Yearbooks are now on sale for $80 in room L-04.  Get yours today before the price goes up on Sept. 5.  

Need Polos for school?  Stop by room L-04 and get yours today.  We have both Men’s and Ladies sizes available in Gray, Black, Orange and White.  

And now for the weather: There’ll be another chance for afternoon showers and thunderstorms today, mostly after 1pm.  Otherwise, it’ll be hot and sunny with a high of 92º.  Winds will be light and variable. Currently, Spruce Creek’s scenic rooftop is reporting 79 degrees. With a light wind.

 

 

Thursday, August 17

Welcome back students!  Registration for fall drivers education classes will take place this week!   Brochures are now available in the guidance office, they include important information to review before you decide to register.  You must have completed your first year of high school and already have your drivers permit in order to register.  On Wednesday, 8/16, applications will be available to pick up.  You must complete them and have them signed by your parent.  Also a clear photo copy or your drivers permit should be attached. Actual registration will begin at 7 AM on Thursday 8/17 in the guidance department.  If you have any further questions, please see Mrs. Turngren in the guidance department.

Attention students:  Please note, the volunteer opportunities bulletin board has been relocated to just outside of the guidance department.  Please peruse the board for opportunities to volunteer in your community and earn valuable and necessary service hours.  Also note, if you have not done your volunteer training, it is mandatory so please go to sprucecreekhigh.com and watch the brief PowerPoint on the rules and regulations before you begin volunteering.

Attention current Juniors. The FUTURES Tomorrow’s Leaders applications are available to complete and return to Guidance by Sept. 6th. All applications must be typed. Please see your counselor for an application.  This is a leadership opportunity which involves an orientation and active participation in five full day seminars in our community. Students meet and interact with community leaders to share thoughts, concerns and hopes about current issues and community resources. 

All students  and parents are invited to join Congressman Ron Desantis for an Academy Day this Saturday, August 19th  in the Spruce Creek High Auditorium at 9:30 AM. The program will run until 11:30. Congressman Desantis will be presenting on all of the military academy opportunities. 

Seniors be sure to schedule your senior portrait for the yearbook at Dean Stewart Photography.  Time is running out to make sure your photo will appear.

Call all Hawk fans.  Come out and support the lady Hawks volleyball team in their first games of the season tonight in our gym.  The lady Hawks will take on warner and nsb at 6 and 7 pm.  Come cheer our girls on.  It's going to be a great night!

New swimmers to Creek….You have a suit fitting today in N-01.  See you in Coach McClelland’s room.

If you want to be on a varsity team that practices indoors where it nice and cool the Boy's and Girl's Bowling team is looking for bowlers for the 2017 season. If you are interested contact Coach Franks in the P.E. Dept.

Mandatory Spanish Honor Society Meeting THURSDAY, AUG. 18

2:45 in C-22. Don’t forget!

The first meeting of our Asian Association will be our WELCOME BACK gathering this Thursday, August 17th in G-1. You do NOT need to be Asian to join! Just be ready to have fun and learn about a different Asian country each month. Dues are $15 and you'll get a red shirt with Ping the Panda on the front. See you at lunch, TH, Aug. 17 in G-1 

If you paid your class dues and did not pick up your class t-shirt during orientation then you can pick it up during lunch in the atrium today.  You will need a copy of your receipt to receive a shirt.  

Are you interested in international affairs?  Do you enjoy spirited discussion? Are you interested in a club that will help you with college and future careers?  Model UN invite you to join us Thursday at lunch this week or next, in O-16,  for an introductory meeting.  You can find out about the club and its activities, ask questions and find friends with similar interests.

Yearbooks are now on sale for $80 in room L-04.  Get yours today before the price goes up on Sept. 5.  

Need Polos for school?  Stop by room L-04 and and get yours today.  We have both Men’s and Ladies sizes available.  

We have Gray, Black, Orange and White.  

And now for the weather: There’ll be a 50% chance of showers and thunderstorms starting around lunchtime today.  Otherwise, it’ll be hot and sunny with a high of 95º.  Winds will be light, so don’t expect much relief from the breeze. Currently, Spruce Creek’s scenic rooftop is reporting 79 degrees. With a light west wind.

 

Wednesday, August 16

Welcome back students!  Registration for fall drivers education classes will take place this week!   Brochures are now available in the guidance office, they include important information to review before you decide to register.  You must have completed your first year of high school and already have your drivers permit in order to register.  On Wednesday, 8/16, applications will be available to pick up.  You must complete them and have them signed by your parent.  Also a clear photo copy or your drivers permit should be attached. Actual registration will begin at 7 AM on Thursday 8/17 in the guidance department.  If you have any further questions, please see Mrs. Turngren in the guidance department.

Attention students:  Please note, the volunteer opportunities bulletin board has been relocated to just outside of the guidance department.  Please peruse the board for opportunities to volunteer in your community and earn valuable and necessary service hours.  Also note, if you have not done your volunteer training, it is mandatory so please go to sprucecreekhigh.com and watch the brief PowerPoint on the rules and regulations before you begin volunteering.

Attention current Juniors. The FUTURES Tomorrow’s Leaders applications are available to complete and return to Guidance by Sept. 6th. All applications must be typed. Please see your counselor for an application.  This is a leadership opportunity which involves an orientation and active participation in five full day seminars in our community. Students meet and interact with community leaders to share thoughts, concerns and hopes about current issues and community resources. 

All students  and parents are invited to join Congressman Ron Desantis for an Academy Day this Saturday, August 19th  in the Spruce Creek High Auditorium at 9:30 AM. The program will run until 11:30. Congressman Desantis will be presenting on all of the military academy opportunities. 

Seniors be sure to schedule your senior portrait for the yearbook at Dean Stewart Photography.  Time is running out to make sure your photo will appear.

If you want to be on a varsity team that practices indoors where it nice and cool the Boy's and Girl's Bowling team is looking for bowlers for the 2017 season. If you are interested contact Coach Franks in the P.E. Dept.

Mandatory Spanish Honor Society Meeting THURSDAY, AUG. 18 at 2:45 in C-22. Don’t forget!

The first meeting of our Asian Association will be our WELCOME BACK gathering this Thursday, August 17th in G-1. You do NOT need to be Asian to join! Just be ready to have fun and learn about a different Asian country each month. Dues are $15 and you'll get a red shirt with Ping the Panda on the front. See you at lunch, TH, Aug. 17 in G-1 

Attention seniors.  Get ready for Friday by making sure you have your Class of 2018 senior T-shirt to wear.  If you have paid your senior dues and haven’t picked up your shirt yet, please bring a copy of your receipt to room C14 before or after school to get your shirt.

Are you interested in international affairs?  Do you enjoy spirited discussion? Are you interested in a club that will help you with college and future careers?  Model UN invite you to join us Thursday at lunch this week or next, in O-16,  for an introductory meeting.  You can find out about the club and its activities, ask questions and find friends with similar interests.

Yearbooks are now on sale for $80 in room L-04.  Get yours today before the price goes up on Sept. 5.  

Need Polos for school?  Stop by room L-04 and and get yours today.  We have both Men’s and Ladies sizes available.   We have Gray, Black, Orange and White.  

 

 

 

Tuesday, August 15

Welcome back students!  Registration for fall drivers education classes will take place this week!   Brochures are now available in the guidance office, they include important information to review before you decide to register.  You must have completed your first year of high school and already have your drivers permit in order to register.  On Wednesday, 8/16, applications will be available to pick up.  You must complete them and have them signed by your parent.  Also a clear photo copy or your drivers permit should be attached. Actual registration will begin at 7 AM on Thursday 8/17 in the guidance department.  If you have any further questions, please see Mrs. Turngren in the guidance department.

Attention students:  Please note, the volunteer opportunities bulletin board has been relocated to just outside of the guidance department.  Please peruse the board for opportunities to volunteer in your community and earn valuable and necessary service hours.  Also note, if you have not done your volunteer training, it is mandatory so please go to sprucecreekhigh.com and watch the brief PowerPoint on the rules and regulations before you begin volunteering.

Attention current Juniors. The FUTURES Tomorrow’s Leaders applications are available to complete and return to Guidance by Sept. 6th. All applications must be typed. Please see your counselor for an application.  This is a leadership opportunity which involves an orientation and active participation in five full day seminars in our community. Students meet and interact with community leaders to share thoughts, concerns and hopes about current issues and community resources. 

If you want to be on a varsity team that practices indoors where it nice and cool the Boy's and Girl's Bowling team is looking for bowlers for the 2017 season. If you are interested contact Coach Franks in the P.E. Dept.

Come one! come all! we having  a Cross Country meeting in room C-23 ( Main Hallway of the School) during lunch on Tuesday 8/15….For those who may have an interest in running or just simply staying healthy and in shape.

Mandatory Spanish Honor Society Meeting THURSDAY, AUG. 18

2:45 in C-22. Don’t forget!

The National Honor Society senior members will meet in the auditorium this (Wednesday) August 16 at lunch.  Please be on time for important information regarding our 2017-2018 school year where we will C.A.R.E.!

Good morning students, faculty and staff.  The Launch Federal Credit union branch will open next Tuesday, August 22.  Should you need to access your account before then, please use the ATM located in the main atrium, or visit the South Daytona or Edgewater branch.  Thank you!

Attention seniors.  Get ready for Friday by making sure you have your Class of 2018 senior T-shirt to wear.  If you have paid your senior dues and haven’t picked up your shirt yet, please bring a copy of your receipt to room C14 before or after school to get your shirt.

 

 

Monday, August 14

Welcome back students!  Registration for fall drivers education classes will take place this week!   Brochures are now available in the guidance office, they include important information to review before you decide to register.  You must have completed your first year of high school and already have your drivers permit in order to register.  On Wednesday, 8/16, applications will be available to pick up.  You must complete them and have them signed by your parent.  Also a clear photo copy or your drivers permit should be attached. Actual registration will begin at 7 AM on Thursday 8/17 in the guidance department.  If you have any further questions, please see Mrs. Turngren in the guidance department.

Attention students:  Please note, the volunteer opportunities bulletin board has been relocated to just outside of the guidance department.  Please peruse the board for opportunities to volunteer in your community and earn valuable and necessary service hours.  Also note, if you have not done your volunteer training, it is mandatory so please go to sprucecreekhigh.com and watch the brief PowerPoint on the rules and regulations before you begin volunteering.

Attention current Juniors. The FUTURES Tomorrow’s Leaders applications are available to complete and return to Guidance by Sept. 6th. All applications must be typed. Please see your counselor for an application.  This is a leadership opportunity which involves an orientation and active participation in five full day seminars in our community. Students meet and interact with community leaders to share thoughts, concerns and hopes about current issues and community resources. 

If you want to be on a varsity team that practices indoors where it nice and cool the Boy's and Girl's Bowling team is looking for bowlers for the 2017 season. If you are interested contact Coach Franks in the P.E. Dept.

Come one! come all! we having  a Cross Country meeting in room C-23 ( Main Hallway of the School) during lunch on Tuesday 8/15….For those who may have an interest in running or just simply staying healthy and in shape.

Mandatory Spanish Honor Society Meeting THURSDAY, AUG. 18

2:45 in C-22. Don’t forget!

The National Honor Society senior members will meet in the auditorium this (Wednesday) August 16 at lunch.  Please be on time for important information regarding our 2017-2018 school year where we will C.A.R.E.!

Good morning students, faculty and staff.  The Launch Federal Credit union branch will open next Tuesday, August 22.  Should you need to access your account before then, please use the ATM located in the main atrium, or visit the South Daytona or Edgewater branch.  Thank you!

Attention seniors.  Get ready for Friday by making sure you have your Class of 2018 senior T-shirt to wear.  If you have paid your senior dues and haven’t picked up your shirt yet, please bring a copy of your receipt to room C14 before or after school to get your shirt.

 

Summer Opportunities

  • Algebra EOC: July 5- July 20,  8:00AM  to 11:30AM
    for students who have not passed the Algebra 1 EOC graduation requirement
  • Biology Jump Start: July 10 – July 19, 8:30AM to 11:30AM
    for students who will take Biology 1 next school year.  This is an interactive experience that concludes with  students visiting the outside classroom located at Rose Bay. 
  • Take an EOC: July 17-July 20. Please contact Mrs. Harnage at extension 37807 to sign up.   (Algebra 1, Geometry, Biology, and US History) that you have not taken or passed.
  • Odyssey Computer Lab: July 5 - July 27, 8:30am - 3:00pm
    available to students who need to make up a failed course
  • Driver's Education: July 5 - July 19, 8:00am - 3:00pm

 

 

Stay in touch!

Join Remind to stay up to date on Hawk information specific to your class. Text the following @code to 81010 to join.

Class of 2018 @9k82h
Class of 2019 @a3g6g9
Class of 2020 @7gc6g4
Class of 2018 @f3gfkf

 

 


Orientation Dates:

July 27, August 2 and 3

 

Freshman Letter | Upperclassmen Letter

 

This is an opportunity to purchase lockers, shirts, parking decals, and have your ID photo taken (if not previously taken or if ID was lost) before school starts.  All students are encouraged to attend according to the dates assigned to each grade level below.
 

Seniors

Thursday, July 27

8 AM

Juniors

Wednesday, August 2

8 AM

Sophomores

Thursday, August 3

8 AM

Freshmen (A-M)

Wednesday, August 2

1 – 4 PM

Freshmen (N-Z)

Thursday, August 3

1 – 4 PM

 

Freshmen: Please be on campus no later than 1:00 PM, for your assigned orientation group. 

The program is approximately 2 ½ hours long. Parents are encouraged to drop students off and return around 3:30 pm for pick up.  If you are attending orientation in place of your student, please note that you will be assigned to a group as your child. You will need to follow the timeline of that group or you may come at 3:30pm on your assigned day  to pick up schedules, visit the cashier and be assigned a locker for your freshman.  CSALT (Creek Student Ambassadors and Leadership Team) will guide incoming freshmen and other new classmates through the orientation process. Please report to the auditorium upon arrival.

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors:
Park in the student parking lot and enter the Auditorium. Tickets will be distributed beginning at 7am on your respective date.  Students are called by ticket number (first come, first serve) to start the orientation process. This may take up to 3 hours.  

 

Please remember, if you are unable to attend on your assigned date, the items may be purchased the first week of school. Friends may not purchase items for you in your absence. However, your parent(s), or another adult with written permission from your parent(s), may purchase items for you on your assigned date and time only.

 

Items for purchase

Save the line - pay online! (Service fee collected for online payments.)

Lockers:  

$10.00

 

Parking Decals:

$45.00

To qualify for a parking permit, student must be a junior or senior, have and maintain at least a 2.0 GPA throughout the school year with no discipline or attendance issues, and have no obligations. The student must bring a valid driver’s license, a current vehicle registration card in the driver’s or vehicle owner’s name and valid proof of insurance when applying for the parking permit.

 

Class Dues:

  

  

 

Seniors

$ 10.00 (includes class T-shirt)

Juniors

$ 10.00 (includes class T-shirt)

Sophomores

$5.00(includes class T-shirt)

Freshmen

$ 5.00  (Includes a dress code approved Friday T-Shirt).

Athletic Pass:

$40.00 (students)

$50.00 (adults)

Valid for admission to all regular season home sporting events for the 2017- 2018 year. It does NOT cover away games, district, regional or state competitions.

 Yearbook:

 $80.00

You may purchase your yearbook at this discounted price at orientation. Yearbook prices typically increase throughout the year.

PE Uniforms:  

$10.00 PE Uniform Shorts   
$10.00 PE Uniform Shirts
$5.00 PE Locker     
Uniform Polos $10.00  

 

Payments may be made by cash or check payable to Spruce Creek High School at orientation or you may purchase all of the items mentioned online at the school web store all summer long with a credit  or debit card (transaction fee will apply) at www.sprucecreekhigh.com. Please bring receipt to orientation in order to pick up items purchased online.

 

ID's

Spruce Creek High School ID photos will be taken during orientation and distributed when you receive your textbooks during the first week of school.  If you are a new student, or have never had an ID made, your first ID is free. Replacement ID’s are $10.

 

 

Dress Code

Students are to wear a white, orange, gray, or black collared, polo-style shirt or oxford style button down shirt. The pants, shorts, capris, skorts, or jumpers are to be navy blue, black or tan (khaki).  Black and blue denim (jeans) long pants are also acceptable.  More detailed information regarding the dress code is available on the school’s or district’s website.

Need to talk with a counselor?

During the summer, we have counselors on campus on Tuesdays and Thurdays from 8:00 - noon.

If you are calling, please press "0" to reach the front desk and your call will be routed appropriately,

 

 

 



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