Photos from the Year
Below is a link for photos taken by Dean Stewart Photography during the past school year. Enjoy reliving some of our greatest and heartfelt moments. All of the photos are available for purchase to add to your own collection.
News from the Nest
Friday, December 6
ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO CURRENTLY RIDE OR NEED TO RIDE A BUS TO AND FROM SCHOOL. IF YOU HAVE NOT RODE THE BUS FOR 3 CONSECUTIVE DAYS IN A WEEK YOU WILL NEED A BUS PASS.? IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF A BUS PASS DUE TO THIS SITUATION OR BECAUSE YOU ARE A NEW RIDER, YOU MUST REQUEST YOUR PASS NO LATER THAN 6 TH PERIOD THE DAY YOU NEED THE BUS PASS OR RISK HAVING NO TRANSPORTATION.? BUS PASSES CAN BE ACQUIRED THROUGH THE 9TH GRADE CENTER.
For all those interested in trying out for this year's boys and girls tennis teams, there will be an important meeting on Wednesday, December 11th at the very beginning of lunch in Coach Palmer's room, C21. If you cannot attend, you must report to him beforehand for paperwork and tryout details.
South Asian Club is holding a school supplies drive from now until December 6th. Please donate pencils, pencil cases, or backpacks. Boxes can be found in C-07 and around the school. Donations will go to a school for children with disabilities in India.
Attention Hawk Family Student Government was hoping to get your help in collecting new, unwrapped toys for the local Toys for Tots campaign.? Toys can be dropped off in L-01, Mrs. Bundza’s room. All toys need to be dropped off by Wednesday December 11th. ??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 14th at Mainland High School. Last year Spruce Creek High School collected over 400 toys and this year we hope to beat that number.? We hope that you choose to accept our challenge!
Attention Students in recognition of the upcoming Winter Holiday SGA is sponsoring a winter dress up week.? The dress up days are as follows: Monday Winter Socks Day, Tuesday is Holiday Character Day, Wednesday is Ugly Sweater Day, and Friday is Polar Express Day.
Congratulations to our theatre department Troupe 2461 on their successful district competition.? Overall they earned 13 superiors and 10 excellents.? In addition, they earned an overall superior for their one act musical “The Marvelous Wonderettes” with Brianna Smith and Jack Gurtis earning all star tech and Kaitlin Brandt earing all star performance.? Lexi Brandt was awarded honorable mention for playwriting and Kara Evans, Sam Couto, Antonia Pack-Brown and Brianna Smith won Best in Show for their pantomime.? Congratulations to all students.? And remember to mark your calendars for the mainstage musical ?“Mamma Mia” opening Feb 14th.
Attention IB Students--If you haven’t had a chance to buy your $1 ticket for IBattles this Friday after school, you may pay us at the Gym door on your way in. IBattles includes pizza, drinks, assorted desserts...and the chance to help your class win the Golden Calculator! Don’t miss this epic event! All money raised will go towards IB graduation cords!
Attention Seniors: The yearbook still has room for senior ads if you haven’t gotten yours yet. There is a 10% late fee at this time. Get yours today in room L04.
The price of the yearbook has now gone up to $100. Supplies are limited get yours today in room L04.
Yearbook Sale: Get any yearbook from 2012 until 2019 for just $50 in room L04. This is a good way to make up for any book you missed. See Coach Mowrey in L04.
It looks like Winter is hitting us this week but don’t worry, Spruce Creek Customs has you covered with new sweatshirts and t-shirts. Stop by Room L04 during office hours or at lunch to get yours today.
And now for the weather.? After days of cold temperatures, we’ll finally reach our average December high today. Expect sunny skies and a couple of stray clouds.? Highs should top out in the mid-70s.? Currently, it’s 63 degrees on the soccer pitch.