Broadcast Announcements 9/20/17

Broadcast News


Abby: Good morning! Today is Wednesday, September 20th and it’s another awesome day here at Mainland High school!

Rachel: I’m Miss Mainland, Rachel Caridi!

Abby: And I’m Abby from SGA

Rachel: Our TV Broadcast News will be here soon…but in the


Antone: Hello Bucs! This is Antone from SGA!

This week’s quote is:

“A diamond is a chunk of coal that did well under pressure”

-Henry Kissinger

Abby: Just another reminder about Dress Code Policy: All students must wear a blue, gold, white, grey, or black collared polo-style or oxford-style shirt.

Solid Navy blue, black or tan pants, shorts, capris or jumpers including black or blue denim.

Rachel: And another Tardy Policy Reminder! After the final bell, classroom doors will be locked and late students need to go to BUC Stop for the remainder of the period. Let’s just be sensibly punctual and go to class, who needs BUC stop?

Abby: All students need to have a Mainland ID. ID’s may be

purchased for $10 in bookkeeping and Activities office before and after school or during lunch.

Rachel: Everyone can make a difference by keeping our campus mess free, please keep up the great work by throwing out your trash during lunch and throughout the day.

Abby: Seniors…your Senior Quotes and Senior Superlative nomination forms are due to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 this Friday. You may pick up a form from your English teacher, Mrs. Gardner or the front office.

Rachel: What are your goals and dreams after graduating from

Mainland and how can a laptop help you achieve them? The Daytona Dreamer Essay Contest aims to highlight and reward 2 exceptional Mainland Dreamers. From now until November 3rd, ALL MHS students can submit an essay for a chance to win an Aspire One Cloudbook. The Daytona Dreamers Essay Contest is exclusively available to MHS students grades 9-12 regardless of GPA. For more information and to enter visit

Abby: Free Tutoring at DSC for SAT Math every Saturday Morning beginning October 14th through November 18th from 10:00am-11:30am in Building 600, Room 209. Registration is recommended: email

Rachel: Did you miss the yearbook sale? Don’t fret; yearbooks are on sale now for $55 with personalization for $6 more and personality icons to add to your personality for $3 each. This sale only lasts until October 31. See Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 or Mrs. Venezia in bookkeeping.

Abby: Senior picture make up day will take place here at Mainland this Friday from 10am-12pm. This will be for your formal yearbook pose only. Need $21.30 the day of to give to MPG. Sign up sheet in main office.

Rachel: Mark your calendars: Homecoming Dance Saturday, October 21st. ALL IDs and Dues fees MUST be paid in order to buy a ticket. More information about Homecoming and tickets to be announced soon.

Tamia: Applications for the internship at the Museum of Arts and Science are due to Mrs. Mandell in room 1-116 today.

Miangel: SEEB will meet tomorrow in room 2-132 during lunch.

Antone: Students interested in joining International Club, we will be meeting Friday during lunch in Madame Tarpley’s room, 2-327. We will be choosing officers and planning for our luncheons. The Latin themed lunch will be postponed until next week.

Tamia: The first Technology Student Association meeting will be this Friday during lunch in room 2-132. This is for all returning members.

Miangel: And now, in sports news: Girls golf plays today against University High School at 2:45pm at Daytona Beach Golf Course.

Tamia: Congratulations to our Mainland Varsity and JV Blue teams for their victories over the Atlantic Sharks last night. Varsity Top performers were Leeshel Gaines, Asia Hubbert, Kacie Cox, Kalisha Turner and Morgan Mundell. JV Top Performers were Emma Gardner, Elizabeth Hernandez and Cemiyah Talton, Ava Graf and Anna Bannas. Tonight, our girls take on Deltona home at 5pm and 6pm. Go Bucs!

Miangel: Mainland Swim Team girls beat Atlantic girls! Mainland and Atlantic Boys tied! Christine Guest and Michaela Ziebell and Connor Case lead the team to a victory! Big shoutout to our Freshman swimmers way to start out the year great!

Antone: Mainland Swim Team girls beat Atlantic girls! Mainland and Atlantic Boys tied! Christine Guest and Michaela

Ziebell and Connor Case lead the team to a victory! Big shoutout to our Freshman swimmers way to start out the year great!

Miangel: The girls bowling team fell to University but had another strong performance from Cherish Lents. The boys and girls bowl against Deland this Thursday.

Antone: There will be a girls basketball meeting today during lunch for all players and future managers in room 2-325, see coach Westbrook for details.

Tamia: Girls Volleyball plays today VS Deltona at Home: JV at 5pm and varsity at 6pm. Girls Volleyball plays tomorrow at home VS Father Lopez: JV at 5pm and Varsity at 6pm.

Antone: Junior Varsity Football plays against our rivals Seabreeze @home tomorrow at 4:30pm. Varsity Football has an away game at Dr. Phillips on Friday at 7pm. Good luck Bucs!

Miangel: Today Cross Country will run in the Seabreeze Beach Race at 4PM. Cross Country: The toughest sport you’ll ever love!

Tamia: Other athletic events tomorrow: Boys Golf vs DeLand at 3:30pm at Daytona Beach Golf Course; Bowling vs

DeLand at 3:45am at Ormond Lanes; and Swim Team vs Spruce Creek at 4:00pm at the Port Orange YMCA.

Miangel: Boy’s Soccer starts next month. Please complete all

necessary paperwork and return it to the Athletic Training Staff and join “Open Soccer” every Wednesday afternoon until the season officially begins. Soccer – the only sport with 11 quarterbacks!

Tamia: Now if you’re not into playing sports but don’t want to

miss any of the action you can purchase a student athletic pass for only $35. This pass will get you entrance into all Mainland high school home games not including playoffs. You can cheer for your buccaneers and save money!

Antone: Any other questions about athletics please see

Mr. Monahan in the athletic director’s office located in the gym.

Antone: Once again with this week’s quote:

“A diamond is a chunk of coal that did well under pressure”

-Henry Kissinger

Today’s news is brought to you by the Student Government Association.

Tamia: And as always remember, Buc Pride Never Dies!