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Phase 1 Sports Conditioning

From Mike Randow, Athlete Director, at Spruce Creek High School.  This is a special message for any student planning to participate in the fall sports of football, cross country, and girls volleyball.  On Monday, July 6th, Spruce Creek will start Phase 1 for sports conditioning for fall sports only. 
  • All conditioning will be done outside and is voluntary.
  • All physical paperwork must be turned in before any athlete can participate. Necessary paperwork is on the school website.
  • All athletes will enter the school through the main entrances on Taylor Rd and follow signs to the student parking for check in. 
  • Temperature checks will be taken each day, on all individuals in a car 
  • If anyone in a vehicle has a temperature of 100.4 or higher, everyone in that car will be sent home with further instructions. 
  • Each sport will designate groups of 1 coach and 9 athletes. 
  • Those groups will stay the same during the two weeks of Phase 1.
  •  Conditioning will last one hour for a group. 
  • There will be no access to the school or locker rooms. 
  • Each athlete must bring their own water.  
    • Water and water fountains will not be available, so if an athlete shows up without water to stay hydrated, they will be sent home. 
    • For more information, go to the athletic page on, or contact your head coach

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Spruce Creek High School is located in Port Orange, Florida, a town of approximately 56,000 residents in 28 square miles. The school is centrally located in the midst of a family neighborhood, yet is also near an interstate. We serve a predominantly suburban community in Eastern Volusia County. We are one of nine high schools in the Volusia County School District, which serves approximately 62,000 students in a county with approximately 500,000 residents. Retail, health care, tourism and education are the primary sources of employment in Volusia County. We are a county with a variety of cultural and educational opportunities for students due to our close proximity to numerous colleges and cities. Spruce Creek High School, established in 1975, has consistently been ranked as one of Newsweek’s Top 100 High Schools in America. We are a comprehensive four-year public high school enrolling 2,500 students in grades 9–12. We are a culturally diverse school, attracting students from around the globe. On average our teacher to student ration is 1:25. We have a graduating class of approximately 600-650 each year. SCHS is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Spruce Creek High School provides students with an opportunity for an International education in a public school setting close to home.

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