In recognition of Celebrate Freedom week, we will be reading an excerpt from the Declaration of Independence every day.
“We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”
Congratulations to student, Emily Aldin! Her drawing won 1st place, best in show, and people’s choice award in the never forget art contest presented by Lohman’s Funeral home last night. You can see her drawing displayed in the Main Office. Congratulations Emily!!
Congratulations to JV football who won 35-0 against Deltona yesterday. Way to go Bucs!!
The boys bowling team was victorious last night defeating Spruce Creek 7-0. The boys were led with high games from Chris Boice, Kory Driver, Adam Driver, Dalton Kilroe but mostly a huge effort from Jash Patel.
The girls Bowling team had a big win last night against Spruce Creek beating them 7-0. The girls had great games from Cherish Lents, Anahndai Delaney, Flora Kane, Alexandrea Kilgore, and Tatyana Hollins.
Great job buccaneer bowlers!!
And our final celebratory announcement today: Our new Teacher of the Year!! Congratulations to Mr. Drew Hilburn!!
Media Center is closed today during lunch.
If you signed up for College Application and Essay assistance, bring your lunch and join us today to work on your applications in room 1-161 with Ms. Thompson
If you are already a member or would like to join Rotary and Key club please attend our meeting during lunch in the media center today. If you haven’t already please bring your club dues with you to this meeting. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you all!
ASIM’s annual blood drive will take place on Thursday, October 5th. There will be sign-ups outside the Hall of History during lunch today through Wednesday, October 4th for those who are 16 or older interested in donating. Be sure to specify your age for the correct paperwork, those who are 16 years old require parent consent waiver. Donate blood and save a life!
Monday October 2nd, there will be a cap and gown meeting with Jostens. The cap and gown order dates are Tuesday October 10th and Wednesday October 11th. All students are required to purchase the cap, gown, and tassel package for $65
Attention all athletes, and people who enjoy staying hydrated: The Athletic Training Department is selling Gatorade squeeze bottles for ONLY $5 in the Athletic Training Room 2-104 before school, Buc break and during lunch!
Attention students: Do you need volunteer hours? Longstreet Elementary is looking for volunteers for their upcoming Fall Festival on Friday Nov 3rd from 4:30-7:30pm. Stop by the resource room 1-238 to sign up or for more information.
Underclassman pictures are October 10th and 11th. Freshman will have pictures taken through their research class, sophomores and juniors will have their pictures through their English classes. If you do not have an English teacher please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for your appointment time and pass.
Free Tutoring at DSC campus for SAT Math every Saturday beginning October 14 through November 18 from 10:00am-11:30am in Building 600, Room 209. Registration is recommended: email firstname.lastname@example.org
What are your goals and dreams after graduating from Mainland and how can a laptop help you to 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 daytonadreamer.org”
Teachers please remember to check the Sharepoint site to advise if students have
been called out to a lab at the end of your 2nd period.