Daily Announcements 9/6/2017

Wednesday, September 6th

Broadcast News


Chaz: Good morning! Today is Wednesday, September 6th

and it’s another awesome day here at Mainland

High school!

Rachel: I’m Miss Mainland, Rachel Caridi!

Chaz: And I’m Chaz Morel, Mr. Mainland!

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


Sierra: Hello Bucs! This is Sierra from SGA!

This weeks quote is:

“Life’s a climb, but the view is great!”

-Miley Cyrus (Singer)

Rachel: Now with some activities announcements from

Mr. Troutman in regards to Hurricane Irma.

Chaz: 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: 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?

Chaz: 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.

Chaz: Seniors…your Senior Quotes and Senior Superlative

nominations forms will be given to you by your English

teacher this week. These forms are due to Mrs. Gardner in

room 1-328 by September 15th. If you do not have an English

teacher there are forms in 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 daytonadreamer.org

Chaz: Rotary and Key club meeting this Friday during lunch in the

Media Center. This is your chance to join the coolest service

club on campus!

Chaz: The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will hold their first

meeting during lunch September 12th in the athletic training

room. Any questions see Mrs. Butler or Mr. Pinyan.

Rachel: Attention Seniors! Not sure what college you’ll be attending,

job you desire, or simply want to see all your options? Come

to the College & Career Expo Tuesday, September 19th,

5:30 pm in the Gym.

Chaz: 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.

Rachel: Senior picture make up day will take place here at

Mainland on Friday, September 22nd 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 the main


Rachel: Internship available at Museum of Arts and Science.

Applications can be picked up from any science teacher,

and must be given to Mrs. Mandell in room 1-116 by

September 20th.



BEACH BATTLE OF THE BANDS this past weekend! If you see

any of the band or auxiliary members please congratulate


Chaz: SEEB will be meeting tomorrow room 2-134. New members

are welcome.

Rachel: Are you interested in different cultures? Different

languages? Come join us for the first International club

meeting this Friday in Ms. Tarpley’s room, 2-327 during

lunch. All are welcome!

Angel: And now, in sports news:

Jennifer: Congratulations to the boys bowling team for defeating

Pine Ridge yesterday 5-2. The boys were led by Joseph

Goodwin who had a high game of 279. The boys also had

contributions from Chris Boice, Adam Driver, Cory Driver

and Dalton Kilroe.

The Girls bowling team fell to Pine Ridge yesterday but

had games from Cherish Lents and Anandhi Delaney.

The next bowling match will be tomorrow at Ormand

Lanes against Atlantic.

Bowling the only sport you can play while eating chicken


Sierra: Last Thursday Varsity Volleyball proudly defeated Pine


Way to go Bucs!

Angel: Cross Country proudly raced last Saturday at Spruce

Creek in memory of Savannah Mohney. The girls placed

2nd overall, with leading girls Madelyn Bronson, Jordan

Elder, D’naesha Smith, and Genesis Bivens. The boys

placed fifth overall, lead by Tyler Gilbert, Andrew Gulliory,

and Brendan Barnes, awesome job guys!

Cross-country the toughest sport you’ll ever love!

Jennifer: Any girl who is interested in playing golf, please see

Ms. Redden in building 2 room 224. Thank you.

Sierra: 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!

Antonee: Girls wanting to play softball this year please meet in

room 1-331 to discuss the up-coming year tomorrow

right after school. Once again, if you would like to play

softball this year, please come to room 1-331 right after

school tomorrow. Thank you and see you then.

Angel: 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!

Jennifer: Any other questions about athletics please see

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


Sierra: Once again with this week’s quote:

“Life’s a climb, but the view is great!”

-Miley Cyrus (Singer)

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

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