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Wednesday, February 14

The Creek tennis team opened the 2018 season with a 7-0 shutout of University yesterday. Luke Paschal and Andre Cronje both won their singles matches with 8-0 scores before teaming up in doubles to seal the shutout.

 

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is happy to announce that the annual WiSER event for 11th grade girls interested in math and/or science will be held on March 27th. The morning sessions will include a presentation by a NASA scientist, a friendly competition involving Math, Physics, and Human Factors, followed by a lab tour. Lunch will be provided for all participants. After lunch, we will have a panel discussion and an award ceremony (including scholarships for ERAU!). Please see Mrs. Budde in room B-11 to sign up.  Space is limited, so don’t wait!  More information is available at “commons. erau. edu/wiser.

 

This is a reminder that the American Mathematics Competition Test will be administered in room G-3 on Thursday Feb 15th at 3:00. The test is 75 minutes long.   We have additional tests for each grade level for purchase at the door.  The cost is $10, cash only.  

 

Mr. and Miss applications are due by Wednesday Feb 21st.  Applications are still available in the auditorium.  Space in limited so please return your materials as soon as possible.

 

If you’ve ever wondered about famous crimes or binge-watched Buzzfeed Unsolved, then True Crime Club may be the club for you! Join us in C-01, Ms.Farrell’s room, to discuss the Zodiac Killer this Thursday, February 15th at lunch. We meet every first and third Thursday at lunch in room C-01. Hope to see you there!

 

The Papillon Dance Ensemble is having a Pancake Breakfast at the Port Orange Applebees; 390 Dunlawton Ave., Port Orange, FL 32127 on Saturday, February 24th from 8 to 10 AM.  Tickets are $6.00 and must be purchased in advance.  You may purchase from any Papillon dancer or stop by the Dance Room (K-40) for tickets.  Help send Papillon to NYC next year!

 

How do you spend your summer vacations? Would you like to spend them traveling the world on an educational tour? Ms. Duncan and Mrs. Murray are taking a group to Switzerland and Italy, in the summer of 2019. If you are interested in finding out more about the trip, come to our informational meeting during lunch in C10 on Thursday, February 15th and/or bring your parents to our meeting in the media center at 5pm on Wednesday, February 21st. Visit “www. AWorldBeyondBooks. weebly.com” for more information. 

Mellow Mushroom is offering a student "Study Session" special. Students can enjoy a small single topping pizza and beverage for only $9.99. They will also have unlimited use of the Mellow Mushroom tower room and wi-fi to study. We want to give all students a fun and safe place to hit the books.  And remember, Teacher's get 10% off every Tuesday just for being awesome!

 

 

Tuesday, February 13

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

Key Club is holding a fundraiser bake sale before school on February 14, Valentine's Day.  Baked goods such as cookies, breads, and cupcakes may be purchased for a minimal fee.  Items will be for sale in the school's main atrium.

 

They're Back!  The Papillon Dance Ensemble is selling Strawberry Delites after school every day this week but Wednesday!  Only one dollar for a Delight!!!

 Student Volunteers are needed for the Purim Carnival at Temple Beth-El on March 4th. If you are interested in helping, please email Mrs. Lache at kajl71@gmail.com or text 201-452-3891.

 

How do you spend your summer vacations? Would you like to spend them traveling the world on an educational tour? Ms. Duncan and Mrs. Murray are taking a group to Switzerland and Italy, in the summer of 2019. If you are interested in finding out more about the trip, come to our informational meeting during lunch in C10 on Thursday, February 15th and/or bring your parents to our meeting in the media center at5pm on Wednesday, February 21st. Visit “www. AWorldBeyondBooks. weebly.com” for more information. 


Monday, February 12

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is happy to announce that the annual WiSER event for 11th grade girls interested in math and/or science will be held on March 27th. The morning sessions will include a presentation by a NASA scientist, a friendly competition involving Math, Physics, and Human Factors, followed by a lab tour. Lunch will be provided for all participants. After lunch, we will have a panel discussion and an award ceremony (including scholarships for ERAU!). Please see Mrs. Budde in room B-11 to sign up.  Space is limited, so don’t wait! 

 

Valentine’s Day is less than 48 hours away, but don’t panic, we’ve got you covered!  Stop by the activities office, Guidance office or 9th grade office to purchase an adorable valentine for your sweetie, best friend or just to brighten someone’s day.

 

The Papillon Dance Ensemble is having a Pancake Breakfast at the Port Orange Applebees; 390 Dunlawton Ave., Port Orange, FL 32127 on Saturday, February 24th from 8 to 10 AM.  Tickets are $6.00 and must be purchased in advance.  You may purchase from any Papillon dancer or stop by the Dance Room (K-40) for tickets.  Help send Papillon to NYC next year!

How do you spend your summer vacations? Would you like to spend them traveling the world on an educational tour? Ms. Duncan and Mrs. Murray are taking a group to Switzerland and Italy, in the summer of 2019. If you are interested in finding out more about the trip, come to our informational meeting during lunch in C10 on Thursday, February 15th and/or bring your parents to our meeting in the media center at5pm on Wednesday, February 21st. Visit “www. AWorldBeyondBooks. weebly.com” for more information. 

 

Friday, February 9

Our Lady Hawks Basketball team is keeping the dream alive!  They nailed another incredible win over Deland last night  with a final score of 73 to 37.  The Lady Hawks play Friday night @ Flagler Palm Coast. The Game starts at 7pm, come on out and watch our girls bring home the  District trophy!

Yesterday the Creek jazz bands performed at the Florida Bandmasters Association Music Performance Assessment at Seminole HS.   All three bands performed wonderfully with musicality and passion.  The judges lover the performance of all bands, giving each group all Superior ratings, the highest level of achievement.  Congratulations to all jazz band members on this honor!   Also earlier this week, the bands performed at the UNF jazz festival and earned several awards: The 12 O’clock Band’s trumpet section earned best overall trumpet section at the festival; David Truilo earned the award for best saxophone soloist; Jose Lora earned the award for honorable mention piano soloist; And Tyler Pauletti earned the award for honorable mention saxophone solo.  Congrats on these outstanding accomplishments! 

Congratulations to the Boys Basketball team last night for their final regular season game win over Tavares High School.  Way to go Hawks.  It was a team effort.  Come out and support the boys this Monday at home for round one of the District Tournament against Jacksonville Mandarin High School.  See you there! And a special congratulations to sophomore guard Max Oles.  Max broke a long standing three point record set by Coach Tramont in 1997 hitting 9 three pointers in one game.  Last night Max set the new record by hitting 10 three pointers including a half-court shot at the buzzer to end the 3rd quarter.  Congratulations Max and may your record stand for another 21 one years.

Best of luck to our Lady Hawks softball team as they play two games tomorrow morning at Coraci Sports Complex.  Games start at 9 & 11am for everyone interested in attending.  We are excited to watch you all play!

 

Thursday, February 8

Our Lady Hawks Basketball team is keeping the dream alive!  They nailed another incredible win over Deland last night with a final score of 73 to 37.  The Lady Hawks play Friday night @ Flagler Palm Coast. The game starts at7pm, come on out and watch our girls bring home the  District trophy!

The Spruce Creek Weightlifting Team defeated New Smyrna and Matanzas in a dual meet yesterday.  The Hawks beat NSB 46 to 43 and Matanzas 65 to 15.  The Hawk Ironmen are now 5 and 0 this season.  The following lifters took first place in their respective weight class; Caleb Guthrie, Phu Bui, Nick Yaeger, Vinnie Sneed, Thien Bui, Cale Jansen, Patrick Murphy, and Isaac Attias.  Way to go hawk Ironmen! The Haws have a home meet in two weeks against Deland on February 21, at 4 pm.  Come out and support the Hawks as they try to stay undefeated.  

The Asian Association will celebrate Chinese New Year of the Dog 4718 today at lunch in G-1! Join us for Chinese cuisine from LeAhn’s! YOU could even win a door prize! Lunch today in G-1! And Goong Hee Faht Choy which is Happy New Year in Cantonese!

The Papillon Dance Ensemble is having a Pancake Breakfast at the Port Orange Applebees; 390 Dunlawton Ave., Port Orange, FL 32127 on Saturday, February 24th from 8 to 10 AM.  Tickets are $6.00 and must be purchased in advance.  You may purchase from any Papillon dancer or stop by the Dance Room (K-40) for tickets.  Help send Papillon to NYC next year!


Wednesday, February 7

The Papillon Dance Ensemble is having a Pancake Breakfast at the Port Orange Applebees; 390 Dunlawton Ave., Port Orange, FL 32127 on Saturday, February 24th from 8 to 10 AM. Tickets are $6.00 and must be purchased in advance.  You may purchase from any Papillon dancer or stop by the Dance Room (K-40) for tickets.  Help send Papillon to NYC next year!

 

Tuesday, February 6

Five Spruce Creek weightlifters competed in the state meet in Panama City, this past Saturday.  The girls team finished tied for 8th place in the state.  Great job to Sofia Cianfara, Kendall Cowan, Summer Daraio-Rivera, Rachael Gregory, and Kya Williams.  Kendall Cowan and Kya Williams both placed in the top ten in the state in their respective weight classes, and Summer Daraio-Rivera,  was the 110 pound champion.  Summer also, tied two state records; 165 pound bench press and 325 total.  Great job Hawk Ironwomen!

The Papillon Dance Ensemble is having a Pancake Breakfast at the Port Orange Applebees; 390 Dunlawton Ave., Port Orange, FL 32127 on Saturday, February 24th from 8 to 10 AM.  Tickets are $6.00 and must be purchased in advance.  You may purchase from any Papillon dancer or stop by the Dance Room (K-40) for tickets.  Help send Papillon to NYC next year!

 

Monday, February 5

Congratulations Grace Lui for being selected one of two Volusia County Sunshine State Scholars. The winners and the alternate will be recognized in an upcoming school board meeting. Winners will participate in the state-wide Sunshine State Scholars award program in May again in Orlando.

The following students competed in Solo and Ensemble Competition at Lake Brantley High School in Altamonte Springs on Friday. They did an excellent job representing SCHS. Savannah Manser, superior rating, Kierston Haberstroh superior rating, Charlotte Kelly excellent rating, Crystal Fuller excellent rating, Lauren LeBlanc excellent rating, Katie Craft, excellent rating, J P Nobles good rating.

Love is in the air! The Papillon Dance Ensemble is taking orders for Valentine Candy-grams to be delivered on Valentine's Day. They will be in the Main Atrium during lunch all this week; Monday through Friday, February 5th through 9th. The cost for a message and candy is 2 dollars. Let your loved one know how much you care!

The flock has landed!

Have you ever wanted to show your friends and family how much you mean to them? Well now you can by ordering a flock of pink flamingos to spend one night in their yard. The chorus is sponsoring this fun event to raise money for an upcoming trip. Stop by their table next week during lunch for all the details or order directly from your favorite chorus student.. The flocking begins Feb 9th so don't miss out.  

 

Friday, February 2

Congratulations to all of the students who participated in the Tomoka regional science fair.  Special recognition goes to  Pranav Swaminathan for winning the $2000 DaVinci Award   and to those 16 chosen to attend the Florida State STEM Fair in March: Abdullah Afridi, Yamina Chowdhury, Hannah Young,  Raegan Padula, Julia Yu, Meryl Liu, Gabriella Chehaitli, Matt Kim, Grace Liu, Laura Babiceanu ,Ruohan Wu, Melanie Dunfee ,Asraa Ahmed,  Sohayla  Eldeeb,  Joanne Zhao and Jasleen Kahlon.

Attention underclassmen, would you like to boss a senior around for a day, or get to know one of the hotties from the class of 2018? Here’s your chance.  You can bid on your Bae for a Day starting on February 5th.   Profiles of the seniors available for rent will be on display in the main atrium next week.  

Congratulations to our Lady Hawks Varsity Basketball team. They defeated New Smyrna last night making it a 13-game winning streak. District Play-offs begin next week. Good Luck Lady Hawks!

Make plans to be here tonight at 7pm to watch the Hawks take on the Deland bulldogs for Men’s Soccer district championship.  Tickets are $6.00. 

The flock has landed !!

Have you ever wanted to show your friends and family how much you mean to them? Well now you can by ordering a flock of pink flamingos to spend one night in their yard. The chorus is sponsoring this fun event to raise money for an upcoming trip. Stop by their table next week during lunch for all the details or order directly from your favorite chorus student.. The flocking begins Feb 9th so don't miss out.

 

Thursday, February 1

The Port Orange South Daytona Chamber of Commerce is hosting its 2nd Annual Youth Civic Leadership Experience this summer.  Last year's program was extremely successful and we are looking forward to engaging local high school students in civic leadership and community involvement again this June.  Some very talented and enthusiastic SCHS students were a big part of last year's success! This year’s goal is to have a cross section of motivated and engaged students that will represent our entire community.   If you are interested, stop by the activities office to pick up an application. The deadline is March 6th

Attention underclassmen, would you like to boss a senior around for a day, or get to know one of the hotties from the class of 2018? Here’s your chance.  You can bid on  your Bae for a Day starting on February 5th.   Profiles of the seniors available for rent will be on display in the main atrium next week.  

Tomorrow five of our Lady Hawk Weightlifters will leave for the state championship meet in Panama City, Florida.  Sofia Cianfarra, Kendall Cowan, Summer Daraio-Rivera, Rachael Gregory, and Kya Williams will represent our school this Saturday, at 11:00 a.m., at Arnold High School. Good luck and do your best at state!

The Spruce Creek Boys Weightlifting Team defeated Atlantic 78 to 9 and University 67 to 22 in dual meet competition yesterday.  The following weightlifters won first place in their weight class; Aaron Nguyen, Phu Bui, Ethan Chrisley, Thien Bui, Brayson Busse, Vinnie Sneed, Elijah Buller, Nick Yeager, and Isaac Attias. 

Great job Hawk Ironmen!  Next week the Hawks will face New Smyrna and Matanzas in our weight room on Wednesday at 4 pm.  Come out and support the Hawk Ironmen!

Varsity men’s soccer beat FPC 5 to zero in district playoffs last night. The Hawks will play Deland here at home on Friday starting at 6pm. Come support the boys as they chase that state ring.

 

Thank you to everyone who came out to see and compete in the Poetry Out Loud contest on January 31st, 2018. Congratulations to all who placed: Gabrielle Butler in 5th place, Maya Henebury in 4th, Samuel Roman in 3rd, Evangelos Zimonopoulus in 2nd, and Cecilia Rike in 1st place! Cecilia will go to the State Poetry Out Loud competition held in Tampa on Saturday, March 10th. We wish her luck!

 

We still need volunteers for the Fitness Festival held at Creek on March 9th. Sign up in the activities office if you would like to help.

 

 

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