Daily Announcements: October 2020

Friday, October 30

Boys Basketball tryouts will be Monday November 2. Varsity tryouts will be from 4-5:30 and JV Tryouts 5-6:30. In order to tryout you must have a updated physical. If you have any questions please see coach Giddens in the gym.

Any ASIM Junior interested in becoming a student ambassador, applications are due today to Mrs. Mandell in room 116.

Any student interested in joining Science Olympiad, please stop by to pick up an application from Mrs. Mandell, Ms. Long, or Mr. Hilburn or for more information. If you are Volusia Live, contact any one of them for details on how to join. Dues and applications are due by Tuesday, November 10th.

Do you have a great idea that could bring about positive social change in your community? Are you passionate about Education, Health, or Financial Stability? Do you want to be involved in something bigger? The Social Innovation Fund could help! Apply today for a chance to win funding to help implement your idea with the help of young professionals in your community! Deadline to submit application is November 1. Visit bit.ly/SIFapplication for the application. Contact Stephanie C. Parks at scparks@volusia.k12.fl.us if you have any questions!

Calling all creative writers, film makers, actors: If you’re interested in submitting a short film for the first ever Buccaneer Short Film Festival, the deadline to submit is November 6. The festival’s theme is Monster and the film needs to be a maximum of 6 minutes.

The Daytona Dreamer essay contest is still open. Visit daytonadreamer.org for more information, the winner will receive a laptop. They are not looking for a perfect essay, they just want to hear about you! Don’t miss this opportunity that is exclusively for Mainland students grades 9 through 12.

Senior Picture deadline is tomorrow. Dean Stewart Photography. All appointments must be made by October 31 at www.dsp-photo.com.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until December 25th. Books can be purchased online or with Mrs. Rogers during lunch.

This week is Beat Seabreeze week! Today is Blue and Gold Day. Teachers and students – plan to “Walk the Blue Carpet” during both lunches to show off your spirit day attire! Best dressed students will win a free ticket to the game. We will be on an activity bell

schedule today for our 2nd virtual pep rally! Come on out to the stadium for the game tonight at 7:00pm to see your Buccaneers Crush the Crabs! Tickets available on gofan.co.

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Thursday, October 29

Boys Basketball tryouts will be Monday November 2. Varsity tryouts will be from 4-5:30 and JV Tryouts 5-6:30. In order to tryout you must have a updated physical. If you have any questions please see coach Giddens in the gym.

Any ASIM Junior interested in becoming a student ambassador, stop by Mrs. Mandell’s room 1-116 to pick up an application. If you are a Volusia Live student, email her for an application. Applications are due tomorrow.

Any student interested in joining Science Olympiad, please stop by to pick up an application from Mrs. Mandell, Ms. Long, or Mr. Hilburn or for more information. If you are Volusia Live, contact any one of them for details on how to join. Dues and applications are due by Tuesday, November 10th.

Do you have a great idea that could bring about positive social change in your community? Are you passionate about Education, Health, or Financial Stability? Do you want to be involved in something bigger? The Social Innovation Fund could help! Apply today for a chance to win funding to help implement your idea with the help of young professionals in your community! Deadline to submit application is November 1. Visit bit.ly/SIFapplication for the application. Contact Stephanie C. Parks at scparks@volusia.k12.fl.us if you have any questions!

Calling all creative writers, film makers, actors: If you’re interested in submitting a short film for the first ever Buccaneer Short Film Festival, the deadline to submit is November 6. The festival’s theme is Monster and the film needs to be a maximum of 6 minutes.

The Daytona Dreamer essay contest is still open. Visit daytonadreamer.org for more information, the winner will receive a laptop. They are not looking for a perfect essay, they just want to hear about you! Don’t miss this opportunity that is exclusively for Mainland students grades 9 through 12.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. All appointments must be made by October 31 at www.dsp-photo.com.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until December 25th. Books can be purchased online or with Mrs. Rogers during lunch.

This week is Beat Seabreeze week! Spirit Days are Today: Krusty Krab Day and tomorrow: Blue and Gold Day. Teachers and students – plan to “Walk the Blue Carpet” each day during both lunches to show off your spirit day attire! Best dressed students will

win a free ticket to the game. And Friday we will be on an activity bell schedule for our 2nd virtual pep rally! And then come on out to the stadium for the game on Friday at 7:00pm to see your Buccaneers Crush the Crabs! Tickets available on gofan.co.

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Wednesday, October 28

Boys Basketball tryouts will be Monday November 2. Varsity tryouts will be from 4-5:30 and JV Tryouts 5-6:30. In order to tryout you must have a updated physical. If you have any questions please see coach Giddens in the gym.

Any ASIM Junior interested in becoming a student ambassador, stop by Mrs. Mandell’s room 1-116 to pick up an application. If you are a Volusia Live student, email her for an application. Applications are due this Friday, October 30.

Any student interested in joining Science Olympiad, please stop by to pick up an application from Mrs. Mandell, Ms. Long, or Mr. Hilburn or for more information. If you are Volusia Live, contact any one of them for details on how to join. Dues and applications are due by Tuesday, November 10th.

Do you have a great idea that could bring about positive social change in your community? Are you passionate about Education, Health, or Financial Stability? Do you want to be involved in something bigger? The Social Innovation Fund could help! Apply today for a chance to win funding to help implement your idea with the help of young professionals in your community! Deadline to submit application is November 1. Visit bit.ly/SIFapplication for the application. Contact Stephanie C. Parks at scparks@volusia.k12.fl.us if you have any questions!

Calling all creative writers, film makers, actors: If you’re interested in submitting a short film for the first ever Buccaneer Short Film Festival, the deadline to submit is November 6. The festival’s theme is Monster and the film needs to be a maximum of 6 minutes.

The Daytona Dreamer essay contest is still open. Visit daytonadreamer.org for more information, the winner will receive a laptop. They are not looking for a perfect essay, they just want to hear about you! Don’t miss this opportunity that is exclusively for Mainland students grades 9 through 12.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. All appointments must be made by October 31 at www.dsp-photo.com.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until December 25th. Books can be purchased online or with Mrs. Rogers during lunch.

This week is Beat Seabreeze week! Spirit Days are Today: PINK OUT! To support Breast Cancer Awareness; Tomorrow – Krusty Krab Day and Friday: Blue and Gold Day. Teachers and students – plan to “Walk the Blue Carpet” each day during both lunches to

show off your spirit day attire! Best dressed students will win a free ticket to the game. And Friday we will be on an activity bell schedule for our 2nd virtual pep rally! And then come on out to the stadium for the game on Friday at 7:00pm to see your Buccaneers Crush the Crabs! Tickets available on gofan.co.

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Tuesday, October 27

Last week the swim team competed at districts with all swimming personal records. Cayden Sheffield qualified for the regional meet in both the 50-yard and 100-yard freestyle. The girls 200-yard freestyle relay team of Grace Scheuerman, Jessilyn Bryant, Camerin Fuehrer, Hailey Berrong, and Sydney Aten (alternate) had to wait until the other districts swam to discover that they had one of the better times and will be traveling along with Cayden to the regional meet in Panama City. Go Bucs!

Mainland’s Boys and Girls bowling teams participated in the District tournament yesterday. The Girls bowled well and finished 6th overall. The Boys fought hard throughout the entire day and beat Seabreeze two matches in a row to become Class 1A District Champions! The boys will be participating in the State Tournament next week!

Boys Basketball tryouts will be Monday November 2. Varsity tryouts will be from 4-5:30 and JV Tryouts 5-6:30. In order to tryout you must have a updated physical. If you have any questions please see coach Giddens in the gym.

Any ASIM Junior interested in becoming a student ambassador, stop by Mrs. Mandell’s room 1-116 to pick up an application. If you are a Volusia Live student, email her for an application. Applications are due this Friday, October 30.

Any student interested in joining Science Olympiad, please stop by to pick up an application from Mrs. Mandell, Ms. Long, or Mr. Hilburn or for more information. If you are Volusia Live, contact any one of them for details on how to join. Dues and applications are due by Friday, November 10th.

Attention all students and staff: tonight is the SGA Chick-fil-a drive thru spirit night from 5:30-7:30pm at the International Speedway location. All you have to do is say “I’m with Mainland” and a portion of the sales from 5:30-7:30pm will go to Mainland. Please help support your Mainland SGA!

Do you have a great idea that could bring about positive social change in your community? Are you passionate about Education, Health, or Financial Stability? Do you want to be involved in something bigger? The Social Innovation Fund could help! Apply today for a chance to win funding to help implement your idea with the help of young professionals in your community! Deadline to submit application is November 1. Visit bit.ly/SIFapplication for the application. Contact Stephanie C. Parks at scparks@volusia.k12.fl.us if you have any questions!

Calling all creative writers, film makers, actors: If you’re interested in submitting a short film for the first ever Buccaneer Short Film Festival, stop by the concession window by the Hall of History during lunch for a flyer to receive more information. The festival’s theme is Monster, needs to be a maximum of 6 minutes and must be submitted by November 6th.

The Daytona Dreamer essay contest is still open. Visit daytonadreamer.org for more information, the winner will receive a laptop. They are not looking for a perfect essay, they just want to hear about you! Don’t miss this opportunity that is exclusively for Mainland students grades 9 through 12.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until December 25th. Books can be purchased online or with Mrs. Rogers during lunch.

This week is Beat Seabreeze week! Spirit Days are Today: Team Up Against Drugs(rep. your favorite college or pro team); Tomorrow: PINK OUT! To support Breast Cancer Awareness; Thursday – Krusty Krab Day and Friday: Blue and Gold Day. Teachers and students – plan to “Walk the Blue Carpet” each day during both lunches to show off your spirit day attire! Best dressed students will win a free ticket to the game. And Friday we will be on an activity bell schedule for our 2nd virtual pep rally! And then come on out to the stadium for the game on Friday at 7:00pm to see your Buccaneers Crush the Crabs! Tickets available on gofan.co.

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Monday, October 26

This week the boy’s cross country team had an amazing race with everyone running their personal best for the season. Junior, Joshua Rodgers came in 17th place overall at 19:16. Right behind him was Joey Short at 19:36, Jonah Reilly at 19:54 and Cole Bowman at 20:03. Sophomore, Logan Camara knocked off over a minute of his best time and came in at 22:31. Caleb Shealy PR’d at 24:38 and sophomore, Kavon Davis came in his fastest at 27:03! Awesome job guys, time to run even faster at Districts this Friday!

In girls cross country action at the Lary Beal Covid Cup, Molly Bronson led the team with a time of 23:42. Hannah Gilbert, Kassie Stoner, Hailey Sharp, Annabelle Dougherty, Sylvia Okoh, Antonneth Okoh, Lauren Troutman, Tania Bolden, and Skyler Spiker all had season best races. Way to go girls and good luck at districts this Friday!! Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love!!

The ASL (American Sign Language) club will be meet today from 3:30pm to 4:30pm in Mr. Holland’s room 02-327. Please bring your club dues of $15.

The Girls basketball tryouts will be held today from 3:45pm-5pm. Meet Coach Brandon in the gym to participate.

Any ASIM Junior interested in becoming a student ambassador, stop by Mrs. Mandell’s room 1-116 to pick up an application. If you are a Volusia Live student, email her for an application. Applications are due this Friday, October 30.

Any student interested in joining Science Olympiad, please stop by to pick up an application from Mrs. Mandell, Ms. Long, or Mr. Hilburn or for more information. If you are Volusia Live, contact any one of them for details on how to join. Dues and applications are due by Friday, November 10th.

Attention all students and staff: tomorrow night is the SGA Chick-fil-a drive thru spirit night from 5:30-7:30pm at the International Speedway location. All you have to do is say “I’m with Mainland” and a portion of the sales from 5:30-7:30pm will go to Mainland. Please help support your Mainland SGA!

Calling all creative writers, film makers, actors: If you’re interested in submitting a short film for the first ever Buccaneer Short Film Festival, stop by the concession window by the Hall of History during lunch for a flyer to receive more information. The festival’s theme is Monster, needs to be a maximum of 6 minutes and must be submitted by November 6th.

The Daytona Dreamer essay contest is still open. Visit daytonadreamer.org for more information, the winner will receive a laptop. They are not looking for a perfect essay, they just want to hear about you! Don’t miss this opportunity that is exclusively for Mainland students grades 9 through 12.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until December 25th. Books can be purchased online or with Mrs. Rogers during lunch.

This week is Beat Seabreeze week! Spirit Days are Today: Character Day; Tuesday: Team Up Against Drugs(rep. your favorite college or pro team); Wednesday: PINK OUT! To support Breast Cancer Awareness; Thursday – Krusty Krab Day and Friday: Blue and Gold Day. Teachers and students – plan to “Walk the Blue Carpet” each day during both lunches to show off your spirit day attire! Best dressed students will win a free ticket to the game. And Friday we will be on an activity bell schedule for our 2nd virtual pep rally! And then come on out to the stadium for the game on Friday at 7:00pm to see your Buccaneers Crush the Crabs! Tickets available on gofan.co.

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Friday, October 23

If you are interested in dual enrollment at DSC the PERT test is being held next Wednesday, October 28th at Mainland High School. Please sign up in Student Services or the signup QR code can be found in the Hall of History. Today is the last day to sign up for PERT.

Any ASIM Junior interested in becoming a student ambassador, stop by Mrs. Mandell’s room 1-116 to pick up an application. If you are a Volusia Live student, email her for an application.

Attention seniors: Cap and gown orders today during lunch in the courtyard outside the Hall of History with Herff Jones. Cost is $65.

The ASL (American Sign Language) club will be meet Monday from 3:30pm to 4:30pm in Mr. Holland’s room 02-327. Please bring your club dues of $15.

Attention all students and staff: mark your calendars for the SGA Chick-fil-a drive thru spirit night next Tuesday, October 27 from 5:30-7:30pm at the International Speedway location. All you have to do is say “I’m with Mainland” and a portion of the sales from 5:30-7:30pm will go to Mainland. Please help support your Mainland SGA!

Calling all creative writers, film makers, actors: If you’re interested in submitting a short film for the first ever Buccaneer Short Film Festival, stop by the concession window by the Hall of History during lunch for a flyer to receive more information. The festival’s theme is Monster, needs to be a maximum of 6 minutes and must be submitted by November 6th.

The Daytona Dreamer essay contest is still open. Visit daytonadreamer.org for more information, the winner will receive a laptop. They are not looking for a perfect essay, they just want to hear about you! Don’t miss this opportunity that is exclusively for Mainland students grades 9 through 12.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until December 25th. Books can be purchased online or with Mrs. Rogers during lunch.

Next week is Beat Seabreeze week! Spirit Days are Monday: Character Day; Tuesday: Team Up Against Drugs(rep. your favorite college or pro team); Wednesday: PINK OUT! To support Breast Cancer Awareness; Thursday – Krusty Krab Day and Friday: Blue and

Gold Day. Teachers and students – plan to “Walk the Blue Carpet” each day during both lunches to show off your spirit day attire! Best dressed students will win a free ticket to the game. And Friday we will be on an activity bell schedule for our 2nd virtual pep rally! And then come on out to the stadium for the game on Friday at 7:00pm to see your Buccaneers Crush the Crabs! Tickets available on gofan.co.

And now, our Bucs of the Week: Scholar Athletes: Devin Franklin and Emily Sansom; Citizen: Kaylee Goycochea; Scholar: William Kamer; Leader: Malana Jackson. Congratulations to all of you!

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

If you are interested in dual enrollment at DSC the PERT test is being held next Wednesday, October 28th at Mainland High School. Please sign up in Student Services or the signup QR code can be found in the Hall of History. Today is the last day to sign up for PERT.

Any ASIM Junior interested in becoming a student ambassador, stop by Mrs. Mandell’s room 1-116 to pick up an application. If you are a Volusia Live student, email her for an application.

Attention seniors: Cap and gown orders today during lunch in the courtyard outside the Hall of History with Herff Jones. Cost is $65.

The ASL (American Sign Language) club will be meet Monday from 3:30pm to 4:30pm in Mr. Holland’s room 02-327. Please bring your club dues of $15.

Attention all students and staff: mark your calendars for the SGA Chick-fil-a drive thru spirit night next Tuesday, October 27 from 5:30-7:30pm at the International Speedway location. All you have to do is say “I’m with Mainland” and a portion of the sales from 5:30-7:30pm will go to Mainland. Please help support your Mainland SGA!

Calling all creative writers, film makers, actors: If you’re interested in submitting a short film for the first ever Buccaneer Short Film Festival, stop by the concession window by the Hall of History during lunch for a flyer to receive more information. The festival’s theme is Monster, needs to be a maximum of 6 minutes and must be submitted by November 6th.

The Daytona Dreamer essay contest is still open. Visit daytonadreamer.org for more information, the winner will receive a laptop. They are not looking for a perfect essay, they just want to hear about you! Don’t miss this opportunity that is exclusively for Mainland students grades 9 through 12.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until December 25th. Books can be purchased online or with Mrs. Rogers during lunch.

Next week is Beat Seabreeze week! Spirit Days are Monday: Character Day; Tuesday: Team Up Against Drugs(rep. your favorite college or pro team); Wednesday: PINK OUT! To support Breast Cancer Awareness; Thursday – Krusty Krab Day and Friday: Blue and

Gold Day. Teachers and students – plan to “Walk the Blue Carpet” each day during both lunches to show off your spirit day attire! Best dressed students will win a free ticket to the game. And Friday we will be on an activity bell schedule for our 2nd virtual pep rally! And then come on out to the stadium for the game on Friday at 7:00pm to see your Buccaneers Crush the Crabs! Tickets available on gofan.co.

And now, our Bucs of the Week: Scholar Athletes: Devin Franklin and Emily Sansom; Citizen: Kaylee Goycochea; Scholar: William Kamer; Leader: Malana Jackson. Congratulations to all of you!

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Thursday, October 22

If you are interested in dual enrollment at DSC the PERT test is being held October 28th at Mainland High School. Please sign up in Student Services or the signup QR code can be found in the Hall of History. Tomorrow will be the last day to sign up for PERT.

Any ASIM Junior interested in becoming a student ambassador, stop by Mrs. Mandell’s room 1-116 to pick up an application. If you are a Volusia Live student, email her for an application.

Are you a Junior or Senior and have a passion for graphic design, social media management or video editing and are interested in a Non Paid after school internship? Then stop by and see Coach Burton in room 2-108 for more information.

Attention seniors: Cap and gown orders today and tomorrow during lunch in the courtyard outside the Hall of History with Herff Jones. Cost is $65.

Attention all students and staff: mark your calendars for the SGA Chick-fil-a drive thru spirit night next Tuesday, October 27 from 5:30-7:30pm at the International Speedway location. All you have to do is say “I’m with Mainland” and a portion of the sales from 5:30-7:30pm will go to Mainland. Please help support your Mainland SGA!

Calling all creative writers, film makers, actors: If you’re interested in submitting a short film for the first ever Buccaneer Short Film Festival, stop by the concession window by the Hall of History during lunch for a flyer to receive more information. The festival’s theme is Monster, needs to be a maximum of 6 minutes and must be submitted by November 6th.

The Daytona Dreamer essay contest is still open. Visit daytonadreamer.org for more information, the winner will receive a laptop. They are not looking for a perfect essay, they just want to hear about you! Don’t miss this opportunity that is exclusively for Mainland students grades 9 through 12.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until December 25th. Books can be purchased online or with Mrs. Rogers during lunch.

Do you have a great idea that could bring about positive social change in your community? Are you passionate about Education, Health, or Financial Stability? Do you want to be involved in something bigger? The Social Innovation Fund could help! Apply

today for a chance to win funding to help implement your idea with the help of young professionals in your community! Visit bit.ly/SIFapplication for the application. Contact Stephanie C. Parks at scparks@volusia.k12.fl.us if you have any questions!

Next week is Beat Seabreeze week! Spirit Days are Monday: Character Day; Tuesday: Team Up Against Drugs(rep. your favorite college or pro team); Wednesday: PINK OUT! To support Breast Cancer Awareness; Thursday – Krusty Krab Day and Friday: Blue and Gold Day. Teachers and students – plan to “Walk the Blue Carpet” each day during both lunches to show off your spirit day attire! Best dressed students will win a free ticket to the game. And Friday we will be on an activity bell schedule for our 2nd virtual pep rally! And then come on out to the stadium for the game on Friday at 7:00pm to see your Buccaneers Crush the Crabs! Tickets available on gofan.co.

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Wednesday, October 21

Are you interested in earning college credit? It’s time for Spring dual enrollment. Mrs. Holland will be outside the Hall of History during lunch TODAY to answer your dual enrollment questions.

The Resource Room will have an information table set up outside the hall of history today during lunch. Please stop by with questions about volunteer training, submitting hours, lunch applications m, ACT and SAT waivers, college applications or more.

If you are interested in dual enrollment at DSC the PERT test is being held October 28th at Mainland High School. Please sign up in Student Services or the signup QR code can be found in the Hall of History. Friday will be the last day to sign up for PERT.

Any ASIM Junior interested in becoming a student ambassador, stop by Mrs. Mandell’s room 1-116 to pick up an application. If you are a Volusia Live student, email her for an application.

Are you a Junior or Senior and have a passion for graphic design, social media management or video editing and are interested in a Non Paid after school internship? Then stop by and see Coach Burton in room 2-108 for more information.

Attention seniors: if you didn’t receive your cap and gown order packet, you may pick one up in the concession window outside the Hall of History at lunch. Also, information was emailed to every seniors’ student email account. Cap and gown order dates are tomorrow and Friday during lunch outside the Hall of History. Cost $65. You may also visit Herfforlando.com for more information.

Attention all students and staff: mark your calendars for the SGA Chick-fil-a drive thru spirit night next Tuesday, October 27 from 5:30-7:30pm at the International Speedway location. All you have to do is say “I’m with Mainland” and a portion of the sales from 5:30-7:30pm will go to Mainland. Please help support your Mainland SGA!

Calling all creative writers, film makers, actors: If you’re interested in submitting a short film for the first ever Buccaneer Short Film Festival, stop by the concession window by the Hall of History during lunch for a flyer to receive more information. The festival’s theme is Monster, needs to be a maximum of 6 minutes and must be submitted by November 6th.

The Daytona Dreamer essay contest is still open. Visit daytonadreamer.org for more information, the winner will receive a laptop. They are not looking for a perfect essay, they

just want to hear about you! Don’t miss this opportunity that is exclusively for Mainland students grades 9 through 12.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until December 25th. Books can be purchased online or with Mrs. Rogers during lunch.

Do you have a great idea that could bring about positive social change in your community? Are you passionate about Education, Health, or Financial Stability? Do you want to be involved in something bigger? The Social Innovation Fund could help! Apply today for a chance to win funding to help implement your idea with the help of young professionals in your community! Visit bit.ly/SIFapplication for the application. Contact Stephanie C. Parks at scparks@volusia.k12.fl.us if you have any questions!

Next week is Beat Seabreeze week! Spirit Days are Monday: Character Day; Tuesday: Team Up Against Drugs(rep. your favorite college or pro team); Wednesday: PINK OUT! To support Breast Cancer Awareness; Thursday – Krusty Krab Day and Friday: Blue and Gold Day. Teachers and students – plan to “Walk the Blue Carpet” each day during both lunches to show off your spirit day attire! And Friday we will be on an activity bell schedule for our 2nd virtual pep rally! And then come on out to the stadium for the game on Friday at 7:00pm to see your Buccaneers Crush the Crabs! Tickets available on gofan.co.

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Tuesday, October 20

The Alternative Subcultural Club will meet today after school from 3:30pm to 4:30pm in the media center. This club is for alt kids and any person interested to learn to come together and have a fun time.

If you are interested in dual enrollment at DSC the PERT test is being held October 28th at Mainland High School. Please sign up in Student Services or the signup QR code can be found in the Hall of History from today until Friday. Friday will be the last day to sign up for PERT.

Are you interested in earning college credit? It’s time for Spring dual enrollment. Tomorrow, Wednesday, Mrs. Holland will be outside the Hall of History during lunch to answer your dual enrollment questions.

Are you a Junior or Senior and have a passion for graphic design, social media management or video editing and are interested in a Non Paid after school internship? Then stop by and see Coach Burton in room 2-108 for more information.

Attention seniors: if you didn’t receive your cap and gown order packet, you may pick one up in the concession window outside the Hall of History at lunch. Also, information was emailed to every seniors’ student email account. Cap and gown order dates are this Thursday and Friday during lunch outside the Hall of History. Cost $65. You may also visit Herfforlando.com for more information.

Next week is Beat Seabreeze week! Spirit Days are Monday: Character Day; Tuesday: Team Up Against Drugs(rep. your favorite college or pro team); Wednesday: PINK OUT! To support Breast Cancer Awareness; Thursday – Krusty Krab Day and Friday: Blue and Gold Day. Teachers and students – plan to “Walk the Blue Carpet” each day during both lunches to show off your spirit day attire! And Friday we will be on an activity bell schedule for our 2nd virtual pep rally! And then come on out to the stadium for the game on Friday at 7:00pm to see your Buccaneers Crush the Crabs! Tickets available on gofan.co.

Calling all creative writers, film makers, actors: Mainland’s SGA is holding its first ever Buccaneer Short Film Festival. The festival’s theme is Monster, and this can be interpreted in many ways. Short Films must be submitted by November 6th and the maximum length of the film needs to be 6 minutes. If you are interested in being a part of the festival, visit the activities office or concession window by Hall of History during lunch for flyer to receive more information.

Seniors – the scholarship page has been updated with NEW opportunities, some with OCTOBER deadlines, including the Horatio Alger Scholarship, Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, Daytona Dreamer Essay contest and MORE. Check out the Mainland High School website today – link to scholarships at the bottom of the main page.

Seniors – if you have not picked up your FAFSA information packet yet, please come by the Resource Room located in Student Services to get one.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com.

If you have questions about SAT or ACT Test Waivers or College Application Waivers, please speak with Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room. Stop by, send an email or join the Remind Group to send a text.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until December 25th. Books can be purchased online or with Mrs. Rogers during lunch.

Do you have a great idea that could bring about positive social change in your community? Are you passionate about Education, Health, or Financial Stability? Do you want to be involved in something bigger? The Social Innovation Fund could help! Apply today for a chance to win funding to help implement your idea with the help of young professionals in your community! Visit bit.ly/SIFapplication for the application. Contact Stephanie C. Parks at scparks@volusia.k12.fl.us if you have any questions!

Have you completed your YPP/Volunteer Training yet? Are you working on logging your volunteer hours? If you have questions about training, log sheets or what counts as volunteer time, please stop by the Resource Room or email Mrs. Scheuerman to ask. Find more information and her email on the Mainland website under Student and Parent Resources, YPP (Volunteer) Training.

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Monday, October 19

Congratulations to our SGA who raised $1,000.00 toward Making Strides Breast Cancer Research! Way to go Bucs!

Congrats the Mainland Football team for defeating the DeLand Bulldogs Friday night in a huge Cross County rivalry game with the #1 spot in Volusia County on the line! The Buc performance propelled them into the TOP 10 in the State of Florida 6A! Top Performers were TJ Lockley, Greg Mango, Lukas Williamson, Jonathon Campbell and Isaiah Morrison! The team truly showed that BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES!!!

All students interested in being a part of this year’s academic team, a formative meeting will take place today during 2nd lunch in Dr. Convoy’s room 2-221. We will also be having an after school formative meeting for those who cannot attend during 2nd lunch – date TBA.

The Alternative Subcultural Club will meet on Tuesdays after school from 3:30pm to 4:30pm in the media center. This club is for alt kids and any person interested to learn to come together and have a fun time.

Are you a Junior or Senior and have a passion for graphic design, social media management or video editing and are interested in a Non Paid after school internship? Then stop by and see Coach Burton in room 2-108 for more information.

Attention seniors: if you didn’t receive your cap and gown order packet, you may pick one up in the concession window outside the Hall of History at lunch. Also, information was emailed to every seniors’ student email account. Cap and gown order dates are this Thursday and Friday during lunch outside the Hall of History. Cost $65. You may also visit Herfforlando.com for more information.

Calling all creative writers, film makers, actors: Mainland’s SGA is holding its first ever Buccaneer Short Film Festival. The festival’s theme is Monster, and this can be interpreted in many ways. Short Films must be submitted by November 6th and the maximum length of the film needs to be 6 minutes. If you are interested in being a part of the festival, visit the activities office or concession window by Hall of History during lunch for flyer to receive more information.

Anyone interested in playing boys soccer, tryouts start today. Please have your physical paperwork turned in. See Officer Peralta for more details.

Girls soccer tryouts will be held today right after school. All paperwork must be completed, turned in, and cleared by our athletic trainers in order to participate. Any questions please see Coach Harden in the gym.

Seniors – the scholarship page has been updated with NEW opportunities, some with OCTOBER deadlines, including the Horatio Alger Scholarship, Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, Daytona Dreamer Essay contest and MORE. Check out the Mainland High School website today – link to scholarships at the bottom of the main page.

Seniors – if you have not picked up your FAFSA information packet yet, please come by the Resource Room located in Student Services to get one.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com.

If you have questions about SAT or ACT Test Waivers or College Application Waivers, please speak with Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room. Stop by, send an email or join the Remind Group to send a text.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until December 25th. Books can be purchased online or with Mrs. Rogers during lunch.

Do you have a great idea that could bring about positive social change in your community? Are you passionate about Education, Health, or Financial Stability? Do you want to be involved in something bigger? The Social Innovation Fund could help! Apply today for a chance to win funding to help implement your idea with the help of young professionals in your community! Visit bit.ly/SIFapplication for the application. Contact Stephanie C. Parks at scparks@volusia.k12.fl.us if you have any questions!

Have you completed your YPP/Volunteer Training yet? Are you working on logging your volunteer hours? If you have questions about training, log sheets or what counts as volunteer time, please stop by the Resource Room or email Mrs. Scheuerman to ask. Find more information and her email on the Mainland website under Student and Parent Resources, YPP (Volunteer) Training.

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Friday, October 16

Attention seniors: if you didn’t receive your cap and gown order packet, you may pick one up in the concession window outside the Hall of History at lunch. Also, information was emailed to every seniors’ student email account. Cap and gown order dates are next Thursday and Friday during lunch outside the Hall of History. Cost $65. You may also visit Herfforlando.com for more information.

Calling all creative writers, film makers, actors: Mainland’s SGA is holding its first ever Buccaneer Short Film Festival. The festival’s theme is Monster, and this can be interpreted in many ways. Short Films must be submitted by November 6th and the maximum length of the film needs to be 6 minutes. If you are interested in being a part of the festival, visit the activities office or concession window by Hall of History during lunch for flyer to receive more information.

Anyone interested in playing boys soccer, tryouts start on Monday. Please have your physical paperwork turned in. See Officer Peralta for more details.

Girls soccer tryouts will be held beginning Monday, Oct 19th right after school. All paperwork must be completed, turned in, and cleared by our athletic trainers in order to participate. Any questions please see Coach Harden in the gym.

Girls basketball would like to invite any young ladies that are interested in basketball to come to the gym Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after school. Also, we are looking for two more managers for the team. Questions? You can find Coach Brandon in the gym every day after school.

Seniors – the scholarship page has been updated with NEW opportunities, some with OCTOBER deadlines, including the Horatio Alger Scholarship, Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, Daytona Dreamer Essay contest and MORE. Check out the Mainland High School website today – link to scholarships at the bottom of the main page.

Seniors – if you have not picked up your FAFSA information packet yet, please come by the Resource Room located in Student Services to get one.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com.

If you have questions about SAT or ACT Test Waivers or College Application Waivers, please speak with Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room. Stop by, send an email or join the Remind Group to send a text.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until December 25th. Books can be purchased online or with Mrs. Rogers during lunch.

Do you have a great idea that could bring about positive social change in your community? Are you passionate about Education, Health, or Financial Stability? Do you want to be involved in something bigger? The Social Innovation Fund could help! Apply today for a chance to win funding to help implement your idea with the help of young professionals in your community! Visit bit.ly/SIFapplication for the application. Contact Stephanie C. Parks at scparks@volusia.k12.fl.us if you have any questions!

Have you completed your YPP/Volunteer Training yet? Are you working on logging your volunteer hours? If you have questions about training, log sheets or what counts as volunteer time, please stop by the Resource Room or email Mrs. Scheuerman to ask. Find more information and her email on the Mainland website under Student and Parent Resources, YPP (Volunteer) Training.

And now, this week’s Bucs of the Week: Scholar Athletes: Marquel Williams and Alexa Wilson; Citizen: Nia Smith; Scholar: Nicholas Antoine; Leader: Joshua Weaver. Congratulations to all of you!

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Thursday, October 15

Attention students interested in Flagler College. An admissions rep will be here during lunch today in the courtyard just outside the Hall of History.

Attention seniors: cap and gown order packets are being distributed today through your English class. If you don’t have an English class on campus, pick up a packet in the Activities Office or concession window during lunch. Cap and gown order dates are next Thursday and Friday during lunch outside the Hall of History. Cost $65. You may also visit Herfforlando.com for more information.

Calling all creative writers, film makers, actors: Mainland’s SGA is holding its first ever Buccaneer Short Film Festival. The festival’s theme is Monster, and this can be interpreted in many ways. Short Films must be submitted by November 6th and the maximum length of the film needs to be 6 minutes. If you are interested in being a part of the festival, visit the activities office or concession window by Hall of History during lunch for flyer to receive more information.

Girls soccer tryouts will be held beginning next Monday, Oct 19th right after school. All paperwork must be completed, turned in, and cleared by our athletic trainers in order to participate. Any questions please see Coach Harden in the gym.

Girls basketball would like to invite any young ladies that are interested in basketball to come to the gym Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after school. Also, we are looking for two more managers for the team. Questions? You can find Coach Brandon in the gym every day after school.

Seniors – the scholarship page has been updated with NEW opportunities, some with OCTOBER deadlines, including the Horatio Alger Scholarship, Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, Daytona Dreamer Essay contest and MORE. Check out the Mainland High School website today – link to scholarships at the bottom of the main page.

Seniors – if you have not picked up your FAFSA information packet yet, please come by the Resource Room located in Student Services to get one.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com.

If you have questions about SAT or ACT Test Waivers or College Application Waivers, please speak with Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room. Stop by, send an email or join the Remind Group to send a text.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until December 25th. Books can be purchased online or with Mrs. Rogers during lunch.

Do you have a great idea that could bring about positive social change in your community? Are you passionate about Education, Health, or Financial Stability? Do you want to be involved in something bigger? The Social Innovation Fund could help! Apply today for a chance to win funding to help implement your idea with the help of young professionals in your community! Visit bit.ly/SIFapplication for the application. Contact Stephanie C. Parks at scparks@volusia.k12.fl.us if you have any questions!

Have you completed your YPP/Volunteer Training yet? Are you working on logging your volunteer hours? If you have questions about training, log sheets or what counts as volunteer time, please stop by the Resource Room or email Mrs. Scheuerman to ask. Find more information and her email on the Mainland website under Student and Parent Resources, YPP (Volunteer) Training.

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Wednesday, October 14

The girls golf team had a good showing at the district golf tournament yesterday with Bella Reuter and Kaylee Peterson advancing to the regional tournament next week. Way to go Bucs!!

Last night your Mainland Volleyball team was defeated by South Lake in the first round of districts. However, the girls ended their season with an overall record of 7-2! We are proud of their success this season during this unprecedented time. Friday all Mainland Volleyball will meet after school to turn in jerseys and discuss our end of season celebration. Meet Coach Valle in the gym right after school for further details. Buc Pride Never Dies.

The veteran swimming Bucs continue to increase the intensity at practice in preparation for their final meet against Seabreeze tonight at the Ormond Y. With nearly a full season behind them, the first-year swimmers are contributing both at practice and at the meets. If you see any of the young Buc swimmers, Hailey Berrong, Lena Velez, Camerin Fueher, Danny Coeman, Leo Mercantonio, or any veteran swimmers, wish them good luck at tonight’s meet and at next week’s district meet. Go Bucs! Steam the Crabs!

Attention students interested in Flagler College. An admissions rep will be here during lunch tomorrow in the courtyard just outside the Hall of History.

Calling all creative writers, film makers, actors: Mainland’s SGA is holding its first ever Buccaneer Short Film Festival. The festival’s theme is Monster, and this can be interpreted in many ways. Short Films must be submitted by November 6th and the maximum length of the film needs to be 6 minutes. If you are interested in being a part of the festival, visit the activities office for flyer to receive more information.

Girls soccer tryouts will be held beginning next Monday, Oct 19th right after school. All paperwork must be completed, turned in, and cleared by our athletic trainers in order to participate. Any questions please see Coach Harden in the gym.

Girls basketball would like to invite any young ladies that are interested in basketball to come to the gym Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after school. Also, we are looking for two more managers for the team. Questions? You can find Coach Brandon in the gym every day after school.

Seniors – the scholarship page has been updated with NEW opportunities, some with OCTOBER deadlines, including the Horatio Alger Scholarship, Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, Daytona Dreamer Essay contest and MORE. Check out the Mainland High School website today – link to scholarships at the bottom of the main page.

Seniors – if you have not picked up your FAFSA information packet yet, please come by the Resource Room located in Student Services to get one.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com.

The Florida State University System is holding a virtual open house tomorrow at 7pm. Information and link to register is available on the Mainland website, under Student & Parent Resources, College News.

If you have questions about SAT or ACT Test Waivers or College Application Waivers, please speak with Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room. Stop by, send an email or join the Remind Group to send a text.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until December 25th. Books can be purchased online or with Mrs. Rogers during lunch.

Do you have a great idea that could bring about positive social change in your community? Are you passionate about Education, Health, or Financial Stability? Do you want to be involved in something bigger? The Social Innovation Fund could help! Apply today for a chance to win funding to help implement your idea with the help of young professionals in your community! Visit bit.ly/SIFapplication for the application. Contact Stephanie C. Parks at scparks@volusia.k12.fl.us if you have any questions!

Have you completed your YPP/Volunteer Training yet? Are you working on logging your volunteer hours? If you have questions about training, log sheets or what counts as volunteer time, please stop by the Resource Room or email Mrs. Scheuerman to ask. Find more information and her email on the Mainland website under Student and Parent Resources, YPP (Volunteer) Training.

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Tuesday, October 13

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Venezuela. The population is 31.7 million and the capital city is Caracas. Did you know that public school students attend their classes in shifts. It is known for its petroleum industry.

The veteran swimming Bucs continue to increase the intensity at practice in preparation for their final meet against Seabreeze tomorrow at the Ormond Y. With nearly a full season behind them, the first-year swimmers are contributing both at practice and at the meets. If you see any of the young Buc swimmers, Hailey Berrong, Lena Velez, Camerin Fueher, Danny Coeman, Leo Mercantonio, or any veteran swimmers, wish them good luck at tomorrow’s meet and at next week’s district meet. Go Bucs! Steam the Crabs!

Hey all you ghouls and goblins. Mr. Lawrence is having an interest meeting for girls and boys wrestling today during first lunch or after school. Anybody interested in learning the ropes, stop by Mr. Lawrence’s room 1-215 for a quick 10 minutes during 1st lunch or after school.

Art club will be meeting after school today in room 2-128.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com. If you cannot make it to the studio, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 by the end of the day today to make a school appointment.

Attention students interested in Flagler College. An admissions rep will be here during lunch on Thursday in the courtyard just outside the Hall of History.

Calling all creative writers, film makers, actors: Mainland’s SGA is holding its first ever Buccaneer Short Film Festival. The festival’s theme is Monster, and this can be interpreted in many ways. Short Films must be submitted by November 6th and the maximum length of the film needs to be 6 minutes. If you are interested in being a part of the festival, visit the activities office for flyer to receive more information.

Girls soccer tryouts will be held beginning next Monday, Oct 19th right after school. All paperwork must be completed, turned in, and cleared by our athletic trainers in order to participate. Any questions please see Coach Harden in the gym.

Girls basketball would like to invite any young ladies that are interested in basketball to come to the gym Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after school. Also, we are looking for two more managers for the team. Questions? You can find Coach Brandon in the gym every day after school.

Seniors – the scholarship page has been updated with NEW opportunities, some with OCTOBER deadlines, including the Horatio Alger Scholarship, Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, Daytona Dreamer Essay contest and MORE. Check out the Mainland High School website today – link to scholarships at the bottom of the main page.

Seniors – if you have not picked up your FAFSA information packet yet, please come by the Resource Room located in Student Services to get one.

The Florida State University System is holding a virtual open house this Thursday at 7pm. Information and link to register is available on the Mainland website, under Student & Parent Resources, College News.

If you have questions about SAT or ACT Test Waivers or College Application Waivers, please speak with Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room. Stop by, send an email or join the Remind Group to send a text.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until December 25th. Books can be purchased online or with Mrs. Rogers during lunch.

Do you have a great idea that could bring about positive social change in your community? Are you passionate about Education, Health, or Financial Stability? Do you want to be involved in something bigger? The Social Innovation Fund could help! Apply today for a chance to win funding to help implement your idea with the help of young professionals in your community! Visit bit.ly/SIFapplication for the application. Contact Stephanie C. Parks at scparks@volusia.k12.fl.us if you have any questions!

Have you completed your YPP/Volunteer Training yet? Are you working on logging your volunteer hours? If you have questions about training, log sheets or what counts as volunteer time, please stop by the Resource Room or email Mrs. Scheuerman to ask. Find more information and her email on the Mainland website under Student and Parent Resources, YPP (Volunteer) Training.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is open to all Mainland students in 9th – 12th grade. The winner will receive a free laptop! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for more information and to submit your essay. Deadline to participate is November 1st.

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Monday, October 12

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Uruguay. The population is 3.4 million and the capital city is Montevido. Did you know that cows in Uruguay outnumber the people? It is known for its excellent wines.

In the cross country freshman/sophomore race this weekend, Logan Camara led Mainland’s team with a 24:08 finish. Coming in next was Wyatt Bankard at 24:59 followed by Caleb Shealy and Kavon Davis with a new PR of 28:19. In the upperclassman race, the rain came down but the boys still ran fast. Joey Short came in at 20:19 with Cole Bowman trailing behind him at 20:30 and Jonah Reilly at 20:33. Joshua Rodgers ran a 21:13, Sean Baughman – 23:13 and Alonzo Bell – 24:52. Great job boys!

The American Sign Language club will meet today from 3:30pm to 4:30pm in Mr. Holland’s room 2-327. Please bring $15.00 for your club dues.

Attention Buccaneers, we are looking for volunteers to play games for the upcoming virtual pep rally. If you are interested, you will need to be available after school on Wednesday, October 14 when filming is taking place. You may sign up in the activities office through the end of the day today.

Hey all you ghouls and goblins. Mr. Lawrence is having an interest meeting for girls and boys wrestling tomorrow Tuesday October 13th during first lunch or after school. Anybody interested in learning the ropes, stop by Mr. Lawrence’s room 1-215 for a quick 10 minutes during 1st lunch or after school.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com. If you cannot make it to the studio, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 before this Wednesday, October 14th to make a school appointment.

Calling all creative writers, film makers, actors: Mainland’s SGA is holding its first ever Buccaneer Short Film Festival. The festival’s theme is Monster, and this can be interpreted in many ways. Short Films must be submitted by November 6th and the maximum length of the film needs to be 6 minutes. If you are interested in being a part of the festival, visit the activities office for cards to receive more information.

Girls soccer tryouts will be held beginning next Monday, Oct 19th right after school. All paperwork must be completed, turned in, and cleared by our athletic trainers in order to participate. Any questions please see Coach Harden in the gym.

Girls basketball would like to invite any young ladies that are interested in basketball to come to the gym Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after school. Also, we are looking for two more managers for the team. Questions? You can find Coach Brandon in the gym every day after school.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until December 25th. Books can be purchased online or with Mrs. Rogers during lunch.

Do you have a great idea that could bring about positive social change in your community? Are you passionate about Education, Health, or Financial Stability? Do you want to be involved in something bigger? The Social Innovation Fund could help! Apply today for a chance to win funding to help implement your idea with the help of young professionals in your community! Visit bit.ly/SIFapplication for the application. Contact Stephanie C. Parks at scparks@volusia.k12.fl.us if you have any questions!

Have you completed your YPP/Volunteer Training yet? Are you working on logging your volunteer hours? If you have questions about training, log sheets or what counts as volunteer time, please stop by the Resource Room or email Mrs. Scheuerman to ask. Find more information and her email on the Mainland website under Student and Parent Resources, YPP (Volunteer) Training.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is open to all Mainland students in 9th – 12th grade. The winner will receive a free laptop! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for more information and to submit your essay. Deadline to participate is November 1st.

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Friday, October 9

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Spain. The population is 46.5 million and the capital city is Madrid. Did you know a New Year’s tradition of eating 12 grapes at midnight is thought to bring good luck? It is known for its delicious and spicy dishes.

The Bucs Swim Team competed in two meets over the last five days with outstanding performances by veteran swimmers Cayden Sheffield, Braydan Brown, Grace Scheuerman, Jessilyn Bryant, Sydney Aten, Sofia Rivera, and Angela Adelmeyer. Way to go Bucs!

Congratulations to the Mainland varsity and JV volleyball teams who both won last night. They defeated Deltona High School. Top performers were Lauren Cruz, Bella DeJulio and Cassidy Campbell from the JV team and Camryn Campbell, Taylor Greco,, Sadie Rich, Bella Truxall and Alexa Wilson with a game high of 23 kills. Next week the Bucs start district play located at New Smyrna Beach High School. Come out and support your Mainland Bucs. Buc Pride Never Dies.

The American Sign Language club will meet Monday from 3:30pm to 4:30pm in Mr. Holland’s room 2-327. Please bring $15.00 for your club dues.

Attention Buccaneers, we are looking for volunteers to play games for the upcoming virtual pep rally. If you are interested, you will need to be available after school on Wednesday, October 14 when filming is taking place. You may sign up in the activities office through Monday, October 12.

Do you have a great idea that could bring about positive social change in your community? Are you passionate about Education, Health, or Financial Stability? Do you want to be involved in something bigger? The Social Innovation Fund could help! Apply today for a chance to win funding to help implement your idea with the help of young professionals in your community! Visit bit.ly/SIFapplication for the application. Contact Stephanie C. Parks at scparks@volusia.k12.fl.us if you have any questions!

Anyone interested in playing boys soccer, see Officer Peralta for physical forms.

Anyone interested in earning community service hours, see Officer Peralta in the Dean’s Office for more information.

Have you completed your YPP/Volunteer Training yet? Are you working on logging your volunteer hours? If you have questions about training, log sheets or what counts as volunteer time, please stop by the Resource Room or email Mrs. Scheuerman to ask. Find

more information and her email on the Mainland website under Student and Parent Resources, YPP (Volunteer) Training.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com. If you cannot make it to the studio, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 before October 14th to make a school appointment.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is open to all Mainland students in 9th – 12th grade. The winner will receive a free laptop! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for more information and to submit your essay. Deadline to participate is November 1st.

Each week, we will recognize students who stand out as Scholar Athletes, Citizens, Scholars and Leaders here at Mainland High School. And now, this week’s Bucs of the Week! Scholar Athletes: Isaiah Morrison and Molly Bronson; Citizen: Bryce Pittman; Scholar: Riley Lennis; Leader: Adrianna Harris. Congratulations to all our Bucs of the Week!

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Thursday, October 8

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Puerto Rico. The population is 3.6 million and the capital city is San Juan. Did you know that Coqui is a frog that can only be found in Puerto Rico? It is known for its beautiful beaches.

Anyone interested in playing boys soccer, see Officer Peralta for physical forms.

Anyone interested in earning community service hours, see Officer Peralta in the Dean’s Office for more information.

Have you completed your YPP/Volunteer Training yet? Are you working on logging your volunteer hours? If you have questions about training, log sheets or what counts as volunteer time, please stop by the Resource Room or email Mrs. Scheuerman to ask. Find more information and her email on the Mainland website under Student and Parent Resources, YPP (Volunteer) Training.

The Scholarship page on the Mainland website is updated with many opportunities to apply for. Take advantage of these before they expire! If you have questions about any scholarships listed, please see Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room located in Student Services.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com. If you cannot make it to the studio, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 before October 14th to make a school appointment.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is open to all Mainland students in 9th – 12th grade. The winner will receive a free laptop! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for more information and to submit your essay. Deadline to participate is November 1st.

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Wednesday, October 7

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Peru. The capital city is Lima. The population is 31 million. Did you know Peru is home to one of 7 Wonders of the World Machu Picchu. It is known for its diverse ecosystems.

Tough loss for the Mainland Varsity last night versus the University Titans. Top performers were Sadie Rich, Alexa Wilson and Camryn Campbell. Tonight, the ladies head to Pine Ridge in Deltona. Come out and support your girls. Buc Pride Never Dies

Art Club will have its first meeting today after school in Ms. Wise’s room, room 2-128.

Anyone interested in playing boys soccer, see Officer Peralta for physical forms.

Anyone interested in earning community service hours, see Officer Peralta in the Dean’s Office for more information.

Please release the swim team today at 2:45 (Wednesday October 7, 2020) for their meet with NSBHS. Swimmers who are at school must pick up a pass from Mr. Bishop’s room (1-214) sometime during the morning.

Have you completed your YPP/Volunteer Training yet? Are you working on logging your volunteer hours? If you have questions about training, log sheets or what counts as volunteer time, please stop by the Resource Room or email Mrs. Scheuerman to ask. Find more information and her email on the Mainland website under Student and Parent Resources, YPP (Volunteer) Training.

The Scholarship page on the Mainland website is updated with many opportunities to apply for. Take advantage of these before they expire! If you have questions about any scholarships listed, please see Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room located in Student Services.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com. If you cannot make it to the studio, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 before October 14th to make a school appointment.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is open to all Mainland students in 9th – 12th grade. The winner will receive a free laptop! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for more information and to submit your essay. Deadline to participate is November 1st.

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Tuesday, October 6 

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Paraguay.  The population is 6.8 million and the capital city is Asuncion.  Did you know because of its location, it is known as the heart of South America. It is known for its ancient architecture. 

The Media Center will be closed during both lunches due to testing. 

Daytona State Admissions rep will be on campus during lunch today in the courtyard outside the Hall of History.  Be sure to stop by their table for information. 

Anyone interested in playing boys soccer, see Officer Peralta for physical forms. 

Anyone interested in earning community service hours, see Officer Peralta in the Dean’s Office for more information. 

Have you completed your YPP/Volunteer Training yet? Are you working on logging your volunteer hours? If you have questions about training, log sheets or what counts as volunteer time, please stop by the Resource Room or email Mrs. Scheuerman to ask.  Find more information and her email on the Mainland website under Student and Parent Resources, YPP (Volunteer) Training. 

The Scholarship page on the Mainland website is updated with many opportunities to apply for.  Take advantage of these before they expire! If you have questions about any scholarships listed, please see Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room located in Student Services.  

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com. If you cannot make it to the studio, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 before October 14th to make a school appointment. 

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is open to all Mainland students in 9th – 12th grade. The winner will receive a free laptop!  Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for more information and to submit your essay. Deadline to participate is November 1st. 

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something! 

Thanks for your attention and have a great day! 

Monday, October 5

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Panama. The population is 4 million and the capital city is Panama City. Did you know Panama was the first Latin American country to adopt US Currency?

The Media Center will be closed during both lunches due to testing.

The drama club will have its first meeting today after school in Room 1-272. Everyone is welcome- acting ability is not a requirement. Can’t make the meeting but still want to join? Contact Ms. Van Tol for more information. Life is full of drama- so why not join the club?

Daytona State Admissions rep will be on campus during lunch tomorrow in the courtyard outside the Hall of History. Be sure to stop by there table for information.

Have you completed your YPP/Volunteer Training yet? Are you working on logging your volunteer hours? If you have questions about training, log sheets or what counts as volunteer time, please stop by the Resource Room or email Mrs. Scheuerman to ask. Find more information and her email on the Mainland website under Student and Parent Resources, YPP (Volunteer) Training.

The Scholarship page on the Mainland website is updated with many opportunities to apply for. Take advantage of these before they expire! If you have questions about any scholarships listed, please see Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room located in Student Services.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com. If you cannot make it to the studio, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 before October 14th to make a school appointment.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is open to all Mainland students in 9th – 12th grade. The winner will receive a free laptop! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for more information and to submit your essay. Deadline to participate is November 1st.

Our Homecoming King and Queen were crowned on Friday night at the game. Congratulations to Hailei Barrett and Skyler Stafford! And to all the court members!

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Friday, October 2

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Nicaragua. The population is 6 million and the capital city is Managua. Did you know the national sport is baseball?

The Media Center will be closed during both lunches due to testing.

Congratulations to our Mainland Varsity volleyball team who defeated Atlantic High School last night. Top performers were Brooke Sadusk, Hailei Barrett and Kalani Stewart. Next week our girls are on the road to University, Pine Ridge and Deltona. Come out and support your Bucs!!! Buc Pride Never Dies.

Are you interested in Art Club? Please see Ms. Wise in room 2-128.

The drama club will have its first meeting on Monday after school in Room 1-272. Everyone is welcome- acting ability is not a requirement. Can’t make the meeting but still want to join? Contact Ms. Van Tol for more information. Life is full of drama- so why not join the club?

All girls interested in playing soccer this year, tryouts will begin on Oct. 19th. That’s less than 3 weeks away! You must have all paperwork completed, turned in, and cleared by our athletic trainers in order to participate. Please see Coach Harden in the gym if you need the paperwork or have any questions.

Girls basketball wants to invite all girls that may be interested in participating in basketball this upcoming year to conditioning on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Have questions? You can find Coach Brandon in the gym every day after school.

Have you completed your YPP/Volunteer Training yet? Are you working on logging your volunteer hours? If you have questions about training, log sheets or what counts as volunteer time, please stop by the Resource Room or email Mrs. Scheuerman to ask. Find more information and her email on the Mainland website under Student and Parent Resources, YPP (Volunteer) Training.

The Scholarship page on the Mainland website is updated with many opportunities to apply for. Take advantage of these before they expire! If you have questions about any scholarships listed, please see Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room located in Student Services.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com. If you cannot make it to the studio, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 before October 14th to make a school appointment.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is open to all Mainland students in 9th – 12th grade. The winner will receive a free laptop! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for more information and to submit your essay. Deadline to participate is November 1st.

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!

Thursday, October 1

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Mexico. The population is 21 million and the capital city is Mexico City. Did you know mariachi is a musical tradition that dates back to the 18th century? It is known for its unique variety of food.

Are you interested in Art Club? Please see Ms. Wise in room 2-128.

The drama club will have its first meeting on Monday after school in Room 1-272. Everyone is welcome- acting ability is not a requirement. Can’t make the meeting but still want to join? Contact Ms. Van Tol for more information. Life is full of drama- so why not join the club?

All girls interested in playing soccer this year, tryouts will begin on Oct. 19th. That’s less than 3 weeks away! You must have all paperwork completed, turned in, and cleared by our athletic trainers in order to participate. Please see Coach Harden in the gym if you need the paperwork or have any questions.

Girls basketball wants to invite all girls that may be interested in participating in basketball this upcoming year to conditioning on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Have questions? You can find Coach Brandon in the gym every day after school.

Seniors – The FAFSA opens TODAY! Stop by the Resource Room to pick up your information packet, and join the Teams meeting tonight at 630pm to find out more about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

Have you completed your YPP/Volunteer Training yet? Are you working on logging your volunteer hours? If you have questions about training, log sheets or what counts as volunteer time, please stop by the Resource Room or email Mrs. Scheuerman to ask. Find more information and her email on the Mainland website under Student and Parent Resources, YPP (Volunteer) Training.

The Scholarship page on the Mainland website is updated with many opportunities to apply for. Take advantage of these before they expire! If you have questions about any scholarships listed, please see Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room located in Student Services.

Senior Picture deadline is October 31st through Dean Stewart Photography. Please make your appointment online at www.dsp-photo.com. If you cannot make it to the studio, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 before October 14th to make a school appointment.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is open to all Mainland students in 9th – 12th grade. The winner will receive a free laptop! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for more information and to submit your essay. Deadline to participate is November 1st.

Homecoming week is this week! Spirit Days are as follows: Today – Rep your class and tomorrow – Blue and Gold Day.

Announcements will be posted daily on the Mainland website…mainlandhighschool.org in case you miss something!

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!