Daily Announcements: September 2020

Wednesday, September 30

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Honduras. The capital city is Tegucigalpa. The population is 8 million. Did you know the five stars on the Honduran flag represent the five original central American provinces. It is known for being rich in natural resources, minerals and tropical fruit.

Join Ms. Golub in the Media Center for the month of Hispanic Heritage during lunch. There will be collaborative mural contests, music, and maybe even some candy! Come on by!

Congratulations to our Mainland Varsity Volleyball for defeating the Flagler Palm Coast Bulldogs last night. Top performers were Alexa Wilson, Jackie Christiansen and Sadie Rich. Tomorrow, the girls take on the Atlantic Sharks. It is also Senior Night and Teacher and staff Appreciation Night. All faculty and staff are encouraged to come, and see our three seniors Hailei Barrett, Brooke Sadusk and Kalani Stewart play one last time during regular season play on their home court. We want a great turn out tomorrow night. Hope to see everyone at the game. Buc Pride Never Dies.

The Resource Room will have a table set up outside the Hall of History today during lunch. Stop by with your questions and pick up information about YPP Volunteer hours, SAT/ACT and more.

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, be sure to stop by the table during lunch or the Resource Room to pick up your FAFSA information packet. This week’s Thursday night Sr. Buc Teams Talk is all about the FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Don’t miss it!

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 – Tacky Day, Tomorrow – Rep your class: Freshmen – Western; Sophomores – Opposing team colors(blue and white); Juniors – Hawaiian; Seniors – Camo; Teachers – Rep Your College and Friday – 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!

Tuesday, September 29

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Guatemala . The population is 16 ½ million and the capital city is Guatemala. Did you know the name Guatemala means land of the trees. It is known for its coffee, sugar and bananas.

Join Ms. Golub in the Media Center for the month of Hispanic Heritage during lunch. There will be collaborative mural contests, music, and maybe even some candy! Come on by!

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.

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 – Twin Day, Tomorrow – Tacky Day, Thursday – Rep your class: Freshmen – Western; Sophomores – Opposing team colors(blue and white); Juniors – Hawaiian; Seniors – Camo; Teachers – Rep Your College and Friday – 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!

Monday, September 28

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is El Salvador. The population is 6.3 million and the capital city is San Salvador. Did you know it’s the smallest yet most densely populated country in Central America?

Join Ms. Golub in the Media Center for the month of Hispanic Heritage during lunch. There will be collaborative mural contests, music, and maybe even some candy! Come on by!

The American Sign Language club will have its 2nd meeting today right after school until 4:30 in Mr. Holland’s room, 2-327. The meeting is open to anyone interested in American Sign Language!

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.

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 – Hero Day, tomorrow – Twin Day, Wednesday – Tacky Day, Thursday – Rep your class: Freshmen – Western; Sophomores – Opposing team colors(blue and white); Juniors – Hawaiian; Seniors – Camo; Teachers – Rep Your College and Friday – 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!

Friday, September 25

To recognize “Celebrate Freedom Week”, we will recite a portion of the Declaration of Independence each 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.” 

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Ecuador.  The population is 16 million  and the capital city is Quito.  Did you know it’s most famous for the Galapagos Islands?  There are 14 recognized languages spoken there.  

Join Ms. Golub in the Media Center for the month of Hispanic Heritage during lunch. There will be collaborative mural contests, music, and maybe even some candy!  Come on by! 

Our Boys Golf Team lost a close one to Deltona last night at Deltona Golf Club. Deltona scored 155 to Mainland’s 161, a 6-stroke difference. Nick DeJulio shot an outstanding 46, Matthew Brown shot an excellent 55 and Andrew Godlewski shot a well improved 60. Our next match is a tournament Monday morning at Daytona Beach Golf Club. See you there! 

Congratulations to the Mainland varsity volleyball team for their victory over Father Lopez. Top performers were Jackie Christiansen, Alexa Wilson, Brooke Sadusk and Sadie Rich. Next week the Bucs take in Flagler Palm Coast on Tuesday and Thursday Oct 1st is senior night. Come out and support these ladies. Buc Pride Never Dies! 

This is a reminder that today is the final deadline to register for the October ACT test – a late fee does apply unless you have a fee waiver. The next test will take place on December 12th. 

Today is the last day to pre-order your yearbook for just $50…this is the lowest price they will be all year! Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 for an order form or stop by the concession window outside the Hall of History  during lunch. 

The American Sign Language club will have its 2nd meeting on Monday, September 28 right after school until 4:30 in Mr. Holland’s room, 2-327. The meeting is open to anyone interested in American Sign Language! 

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 – if you were not able to join last night’s Sr. Buc Teams Talk, the recording of the meeting and shared information has been posted to the Senior Information channel of the Resource Room Team’s group. We have covered the college application process and some financial aid topics so far.  Don’t miss out on this valuable information – be sure to join the Resource Room Teams group today. 

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 next week! Spirit Days are as follows:  Monday, Sept. 28 – Hero Day, Tuesday, Sept. 29 – Twin Day, Wednesday, Sept. 30 – Tacky Day, Thursday, Oct. 1 – Rep your class:  Freshmen – Western; Sophomores – Opposing team colors(blue and white); Juniors – Hawaiian; Seniors – Camo; Teachers – Rep Your College and Friday, Oct. 2 – 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! 

Thursday, September 24

Attention all students: by now, everyone should have received their school ID. IDs should be visible and worn at all times on campus. If you have not received your id, please visit the dean’s office during lunch. ID checks will begin tomorrow at all entry points. You may pay your $10 id/dues fee at the concession window outside the Hall of History before school and during lunch. All lost IDs will result in a $3.00 non-negotiable replacement fee. We appreciate your compliance of this very important safety policy.

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Dominican Republic. The population is 10 ½ million and the capital city is Santo Domingo. Did you know sugar processing is one of the main industries? It is known for beautiful beaches and world class golf.

Join Ms. Golub in the Media Center for the month of Hispanic Heritage during lunch. There will be collaborative mural contests, music, and maybe even some candy! Come on by!

Congratulations to the Mainland Volleyball program. Both Junior Varsity and Varsity won Tuesday night against the Calvary Christian Lions. Top performers were Lauren Cruz, Cassidy Campbell, Jordyn Williams, Alexa Wilson, Camryn Campbell, and Jackie Christiansen. And another great job by the Mainland Volleyball program – Varsity was victorious last night against the Seabreeze Sandcrabs. Top performers were Alexa Wilson, Bella Truxall and Jackie Christiansen. Tonight our girls head to Father Lopez. Check them out at 5:30 and 6:30pm. Buc Pride Never Dies!

The Girls Bowling team fell to FPC last night but had strong showings from Emily Sansom and Makenzie Bull. The Boys beat FPC by a score of 7-0, sweeping the match. Mainland had a strong showing from Walther Lents, Kory Driver, and Charlie Quatrocci. Walther Lents got the whole building watching when he threw a perfect 300 game! Way to go Bucs!

Underclassman Pictures are October 1st through your English class; if you do not have an English class on campus please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make an appointment by the end of the day TODAY.

Boys interested in playing golf this year, please come to Coach DeWeese’s room, 1-331, at lunch to talk about details. Coach DeWeese will be there for both lunches. Hope to see you there!

Off campus forms are now available in the Dean’s Office. Pick one up during lunch. Cost is $10 and all obligations must be paid.

If you’re interested in playing baseball and would like to participate in fall league see Coach Burton in room 2-108.

Yearbooks are on sale for $50…this is the lowest price they will be all year! Pre-order by tomorrow to pay this low price. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 for an order form or stop by the concession window outside the Hall of History before school or during lunch.

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 now open! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for information and entry details. Remember, this contest is exclusive to Mainland and open to all students in 9th-12th grade. Deadline to apply: November 1.

Homecoming week is next week! Spirit Days are as follows: Monday, Sept. 28 – Hero Day, Tuesday, Sept. 29 – Twin Day, Wednesday, Sept. 30 – Tacky Day, Thursday, Oct. 1 – Rep your class: Freshmen – Western; Sophomores – Opposing team colors(blue and white); Juniors – Hawaiian; Seniors – Camo; Teachers – Rep Your College and Friday, Oct. 2 – 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!

Wednesday, September 23

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Cuba. The capital city is Havana. Havana is Cuba’s largest commercial center. Did you know Cuba is actually made up of several different islands?

Join Ms. Golub in the Media Center for the month of Hispanic Heritage during lunch. There will be collaborative mural contests, music, and maybe even some candy! Come on by!

Underclassman Pictures are October 1st through your English class; if you do not have an English class on campus please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make an appointment by tomorrow.

Off campus forms are now available in the Dean’s Office. Pick one up during lunch. Cost is $10 and all obligations must be paid.

If you’re interested in playing baseball and would like to participate in fall league see Coach Burton in room 2-108.

Yearbooks are on sale for $50…this is the lowest price they will be all year! Pre-order by this Friday, September 25 to pay this low price. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 for an order form or stop by the concession window outside the Hall of History before school or during lunch.

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 now open! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for information and entry details. Remember, this contest is exclusive to Mainland and open to all students in 9th-12th grade. Deadline to apply: November 1.

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, September 22

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Costa Rica . The population is 4,857,274 and the capital city is San Jose. Did you know there are 801 miles of coastline in Costa Rica? It is known for its gourmet coffee beans.

Join Ms. Golub in the Media Center for the month of Hispanic Heritage during lunch. There will be collaborative mural contests, music, and maybe even some candy! Come on by!

Underclassman Pictures are October 1st through your English class; if you do not have an English class on campus please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make an appointment no later than this Thursday, September 24th.

Off campus forms are now available in the Dean’s Office. Pick one up during lunch. Cost is $10 and all obligations must be paid.

If you’re interested in playing baseball and would like to participate in fall league see Coach Burton in room 2-108.

Yearbooks are on sale for $50…this is the lowest price they will be all year! Pre-order by this Friday, September 25 to pay this low price. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 for an order form or stop by the concession window outside the Hall of History before school or during lunch.

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 now open! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for information and entry details. Remember, this contest is exclusive to Mainland and open to all students in 9th-12th grade. Deadline to apply: November 1.

Homecoming week is next week! Spirit Days are as follows: Monday, Sept. 28 – Hero Day, Tuesday, Sept. 29 – Twin Day, Wednesday, Sept. 30 – Tacky Day, Thursday, Oct. 1 – Rep your class: Freshmen – Western; Sophomores – Opposing team colors(blue and white); Juniors – Hawaiian; Seniors – Camo; Teachers – Rep Your College and Friday, Oct. 2 – Blue and Gold Day. And now, this year’s Homecoming Court! If your name is called, plan to attend a quick lunch meeting TODAY in room 1-260. Representing the freshmen class: Corey Hill and Reiana Peddie; representing the sophomore class: Kavon Davis and Amariya Lopez; representing the junior class: Verquan Pride and Alexa Wilson; and representing the senior class: gentlemen – Tyrell Edwards, Joshua Knight,

Luis Pena, Skyler Stafford and ladies – Hailei Barrett, Karissa Bush, Georgia Crumpler and Jackie Williams! Congratulations to all!

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, September 21

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Colombia. The population is 49 million and the capital city is Bogota. Did you know Colombia is the only country in South America that has a coastline on both the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea? It is known for its emeralds and tropical landscapes.

Join Ms. Golub in the Media Center for the month of Hispanic Heritage during lunch. There will be collaborative mural contests, music, and maybe even some candy! Come on by!

Congratulations to the boys cross country team for competing in the first race of the season. It was a rainy and windy race, but the boys ran their best. Joey Short led the team with a finish time of 20:34, followed by Cole Bowman at 21:52. First year runner and senior Sean Baughman finished at 24:31. Caleb Shealy and Alonzo Bell crossed the finish line seconds apart. Caleb with 25:45 and Alonzo at 25:48. Caden Allen rounded us off. Great job Boys, running ain’t easy!!

In girls cross country action Saturday during a monsoon, Molly Bronson led the team finishing 14th with a time of 23:01. Hannah Gilbert followed at 26:55. First year runner Hailey Sharp came in at 31:48 and second year runner Skylar Spiker came in at 39:01. Way to go ladies!! Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love!

The American Sign Language club will have its first meeting today right after school until 4:30 in Mr. Holland’s room, 2-327. The meeting is open to anyone interested in American Sign Language!

Underclassman Pictures are October 1st through your English class; if you do not have an English class on campus please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make an appointment no later than this Thursday, September 24th.

Off campus forms are now available in the Dean’s Office. Pick one up during lunch. Cost is $10 and all obligations must be paid.

If you’re interested in playing baseball and would like to participate in fall league see Coach Burton in room 2-108.

Yearbooks are on sale for $50…this is the lowest price they will be all year! Pre-order by this Friday, September 25 to pay this low price. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 for an order form or stop by the concession window outside the Hall of History before school or during lunch.

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 now open! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for information and entry details. Remember, this contest is exclusive to Mainland and open to all students in 9th-12th grade. Deadline to apply: November 1.

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, September 18

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Chile. The population is 18 million and the capital city is Santiago. Did you know Chile is the world’s largest country from north to south measuring 2,647 miles.

Join Ms. Golub in the Media Center for the month of Hispanic Heritage during lunch. There will be collaborative mural contests, music, and maybe even some candy! Come on by!

Homecoming court nominations are taking place today in your English class. Nominees must have a minimum 2.0 GPA and be in good standing with the Dean’s Office.

The American Sign Language club will have its first meeting on Monday, September 21 right after school until 4:30 in Mr. Holland’s room, 2-327. The meeting is open to anyone interested in American Sign Language!

Underclassman Pictures are October 1st through your English class; if you do not have an English class on campus please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make an appointment no later than next Thursday, September 24th.

Off campus forms are now available in the Dean’s Office. Pick one up during lunch. Cost is $10 and all obligations must be paid.

If you’re interested in playing baseball and would like to participate in fall league see Coach Burton in room 2-108.

Mainland bowling practice has started! Any boys or girls interesting in joining the team, stop by Mr. Rosenberg’s room, 2-208.

It’s not too late for any girls interested in running cross country!! If you would like to get in shape and have fun doing it, then please see Coach Mountcastle in 2-314 for information. Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love.

Yearbooks are on sale for $50…this is the lowest price they will be all year! Pre-order now. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 for an order form or stop by the concession window outside the Hall of History before school or during lunch.

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 now open! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for information and entry details. Remember, this contest is exclusive to Mainland and open to all students in 9th-12th grade. Deadline to apply: November 1.

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, September 17

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Bolivia. Population is 11 million and the capitals are La Paz and Sucre. Did you know that Bolivia has 37 official languages? And people dress like zebras and wander the streets to safely direct traffic and pedestrian flow. It is best known for a bicycle trail known as the death road – the remains of what might have been the Incan empire.

Join Ms. Golub in the Media Center for the month of Hispanic Heritage during lunch. There will be collaborative mural contests, music, and maybe even some candy! Come on by!

Homecoming court nominations will take place tomorrow in your English class. Nominees must have a minimum 2.0 GPA and be in good standing with the Dean’s Office.

Underclassman Pictures are October 1st through your English class; if you do not have an English class on campus please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make an appointment no later than September 24th.

Off campus forms are now available in the Dean’s Office. Pick one up during lunch. Cost is $10 and all obligations must be paid.

Boys soccer will have an interest meeting today the 1st 10 minutes of each lunch in the Multipurpose room. See Officer Peralta with any questions.

If you’re interested in playing baseball and would like to participate in fall league see Coach Burton in room 2-108.

Mainland bowling practice has started! Any boys or girls interesting in joining the team, stop by Mr. Rosenberg’s room, 2-208.

It’s not too late for any girls interested in running cross country!! If you would like to get in shape and have fun doing it, then please see Coach Mountcastle in 2-314 for information. Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love.

The American Sign Language club will have its first meeting on Monday, September 21 right after school until 4:30 in Mr. Holland’s room, 2-327. The meeting is open to anyone interested in American Sign Language!

Yearbooks are on sale for $50…this is the lowest price they will be all year! Pre-order now. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 for an order form or stop by the concession window outside the Hall of History before school or during lunch.

Seniors – don’t forget to join the Resource Room Remind group and in Teams. “Sr. Buc Teams Talks” will start Thursday evening and will be available each week through the end of October covering college application process, scholarships and financial aid and more. These Teams meeting will take the place of the “Sr. Buc Lunch Talks” that were available for Class of 2020. Check out the Senior Information page on the Mainland website for details.

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.

Juniors and Seniors – are you interested in learning Aviation Mechanics after graduation? How about earning your Private Pilot’s License or having Aviation Training? There is a scholarship opportunity for you!! The due date for submission is October first, so if you are interested, you need to act fast! Epic Flight Academy application and information has been posted to the Mainland website scholarship page under Student and Parent Resources.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is now open! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for information and entry details. Remember, this contest is exclusive to Mainland and open to all students in 9th-12th grade. Deadline to apply: November 1.

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, September 16

Our Hispanic Heritage Month feature country of the day is Belize.  The capital is Belmopan and the population is 366,954.  Did you know that Belize is home to over 900 Mayan sites and there are no McDonald’s, Burger Kings or Starbucks there.  It is best known for beautiful jungles and pristine beaches.

Join Ms. Golub in the Media Center for the month of Hispanic Heritage during lunch. There will be collaborative mural contests, music, and maybe even some candy!  Come on by!

Juniors – This is a reminder that the Tomorrow’s Leaders applications are due today by noon.  All applications MUST be typed, handwritten applications will not be able to be accepted.  Online copy of the application is available on the Mainland website main page and was also emailed to all Juniors from Mrs. Scheuerman.

The Resource Room will have a table set up outside the hall of history today during lunch. Come by for information on YPP/Volunteer hours, SAT & ACT, lunch applications and more.  

Underclassman Pictures are October 1st through your English class; if you do not have an English class on campus please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make an appointment no later than September 24th.

Off campus forms are now available in the Dean’s Office.  Pick one up during lunch.  Cost is $10 and all obligations must be paid.

If you’re interested in playing baseball and would like to participate in fall league see Coach Burton in room 2-108.

Mainland bowling practice has started! Any boys or girls interesting in joining the team, stop by Mr. Rosenberg’s room, 2-208.

It’s not too late for any girls interested in running cross country!! If you would like to get in shape and have fun doing it, then please see Coach Mountcastle in 2-314 for information. Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love.

Boys soccer will have an interest meeting this Thursday the 1st 10 minutes of lunch in the Multipurpose room.  See Officer Peralta with any questions.

The American Sign Language club will have its first meeting on Monday, September 21 right after school until 4:30 in Mr. Holland’s room, 2-327. The meeting is open to anyone interested in American Sign Language!

Yearbooks are on sale for $50…this is the lowest price they will be all year! Pre-order now. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 for an order form or stop by the concession window outside the Hall of History before school or during lunch.

Seniors – don’t forget to join the Resource Room Remind group and in Teams.  “Sr. Buc Teams Talks” will start Thursday evening and will be available each week through the end of October covering college application process, scholarships and financial aid and more.  These Teams meeting will take the place of the “Sr. Buc Lunch Talks” that were available for Class of 2020. Check out the Senior Information page on the Mainland website for details.

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.

Juniors and Seniors – are you interested in learning Aviation Mechanics after graduation? How about earning your Private Pilot’s License or having Aviation Training?  There is a scholarship opportunity for you!!  The due date for submission is October first, so if you are interested, you need to act fast!  Epic Flight Academy application and information has been posted to the Mainland website scholarship page under Student and Parent Resources.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is now open! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for information and entry details. Remember, this contest is exclusive to Mainland and open to all students in 9th-12th grade.  Deadline to apply: November 1.

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, September 15 

National Hispanic Heritage month is celebrated from September 15 through October 15! National Hispanic Heritage month recognizes the contributions made by Hispanics and Latinos to our nation by celebrating their heritage and culture. In honor of Hispanic Heritage month, we are going to feature a different country each day.  Stop by the Hall of History to read some facts about each country displayed on the posters!  

Today’s country is Argentina.  Argentina’s capital is the beautiful city of Buenes Aires.  Argentina’s current population is 44 million.  Did you know Argentina is the world’s 8th largest country and the tango originated in Buenes Aires? 

Join Ms. Golub in the Media Center for the month of Hispanic Heritage during lunch. There will be collaborative mural contests, music, and maybe even some candy!  Come on by! 

Juniors – This is a reminder that the Tomorrow’s Leaders applications are due tomorrow, September 16th, by noon.  All applications MUST be typed, handwritten applications will not be able to be accepted.  Online copy of the application is available on the Mainland website main page and was also emailed to all Juniors from Mrs. Scheuerman. 

Underclassman Pictures are October 1st through your English class; if you do not have an English class on campus please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make an appointment no later than September 24th. 

The Resource Room will have a table set up outside the hall of history tomorrow during lunch. Come by for information on YPP/Volunteer hours, SAT & ACT, lunch applications and more.   

Seniors – don’t forget to join the Resource Room Remind group and in Teams.  “Sr. Buc Teams Talks” will start Thursday evening and will be available each week through the end of October covering college application process, scholarships and financial aid and more.  These Teams meeting will take the place of the “Sr. Buc Lunch Talks” that were available for Class of 2020. Check out the Senior Information page on the Mainland website for details. 

Mainland bowling practice has started! Any boys or girls interesting in joining the team, stop by Mr. Rosenberg’s room, 2-208. 

It’s not too late for any girls interested in running cross country!! If you would like to get in shape and have fun doing it, then please see Coach Mountcastle in 2-314 for information. Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love. 

Boys soccer will have an interest meeting this Thursday the 1st 10 minutes of lunch in the Multipurpose room.  See Officer Peralta with any questions. 

The American Sign Language club will have its first meeting on Monday, September 21 right after school until 4:30 in Mr. Holland’s room, 2-327. The meeting is open to anyone interested in American Sign Language! 

Are you interested in the award-winning Key and Rotary club?  It’s a great way to earn community service hours. If so, stop by and see Coach Burton in room 2-108. Also, if you were a member last year, you need to stop by and sign up with Coach Burton. 

Yearbooks are on sale for $50…this is the lowest price they will be all year! Pre-order now. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 for an order form or stop by the concession window outside the Hall of History before school or during lunch. 

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. 

Juniors and Seniors – are you interested in learning Aviation Mechanics after graduation? How about earning your Private Pilot’s License or having Aviation Training?  There is a scholarship opportunity for you!!  The due date for submission is October first, so if you are interested, you need to act fast!  Epic Flight Academy application and information has been posted to the Mainland website scholarship page under Student and Parent Resources. 

Seniors – have you checked out the scholarship page yet on the Mainland website? Don’t let opportunities pass you by!  

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is now open! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for information and entry details. Remember, this contest is exclusive to Mainland and open to all students in 9th-12th grade.  Deadline to apply: November 1. 

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, September 14

Attention Juniors – The Tomorrow’s Leaders Program is a leadership training program for the top high school Juniors in Volusia County. Students chosen for this program will interact with community leaders, learn about community resources and the various factors impacting the future of Volusia County. This program prepares students for constructive leadership, responsible citizenship and the active participation in the affairs of Volusia County and beyond. Application and Information Flyer has been sent to your school email and can also be found on the front page of the MainlandHighSchool.org website. Applications are due by noon this Wednesday, September 16th.

Mainland bowling practice has started! Any boys or girls interesting in joining the team, stop by Mr. Rosenberg’s room, 2-208.

It’s not too late for any girls interested in running cross country!! If you would like to get in shape and have fun doing it, then please see Coach Mountcastle in 2-314 for information. Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love.

Are you interested in the award-winning Key and Rotary club? It’s a great way to earn community service hours. If so, stop by and see Coach Burton in room 2-108. Also, if you were a member last year, you need to stop by and sign up with Coach Burton.

Yearbooks are on sale for $50…this is the lowest price they will be all year! Pre-order now. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 for an order form or stop by the concession window outside the Hall of History before school or during lunch.

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.

Juniors and Seniors – are you interested in learning Aviation Mechanics after graduation? How about earning your Private Pilot’s License or having Aviation Training? There is a scholarship opportunity for you!! The due date for submission is October first, so if you are interested, you need to act fast! Epic Flight Academy application and information has been posted to the Mainland website scholarship page under Student and Parent Resources.

Seniors – have you checked out the scholarship page yet on the Mainland website? Don’t let opportunities pass you by!

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is now open! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for information and entry details. Remember, this contest is exclusive to Mainland and open to all students in 9th-12th grade. Deadline to apply: November 1.

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, September 11

Mainland bowling practice has started! Any boys or girls interesting in joining the team, stop by Mr. Rosenberg’s room, 2-208.

Are you interested in the award-winning Key and Rotary club? It’s a great way to earn community service hours. If so, stop by and see Coach Burton in room 2-108. Also, if you were a member last year, you need to stop by and sign up with Coach Burton.

SGA applications are due today. Stop by the concession window outside the Hall of History during lunch to turn them in or drop off in room 1-260A.

Yearbooks are on sale for $50…this is the lowest price they will be all year! Pre-order now. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 for an order form or stop by the concession window outside the Hall of History before school or during lunch.

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.

Juniors and Seniors – are you interested in learning Aviation Mechanics after graduation? How about earning your Private Pilot’s License or having Aviation Training? There is a scholarship opportunity for you!! The due date for submission is October first, so if you are interested, you need to act fast! Epic Flight Academy application and information has been posted to the Mainland website scholarship page under Student and Parent Resources.

Seniors – have you checked out the scholarship page yet on the Mainland website? Don’t let opportunities pass you by!

Attention Juniors – The Tomorrow’s Leaders Program is a leadership training program for the top high school Juniors in Volusia County. Students chosen for this program will interact with community leaders, learn about community resources and the various factors impacting the future of Volusia County. This program prepares students for constructive leadership, responsible citizenship and the active participation in the affairs of Volusia County and beyond. Application and Information Flyer has been sent to your school email and can also be found on the front page of the MainlandHighSchool.org website. Applications are due by noon on September 16th.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is now open! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for information and entry details. Remember, this contest is exclusive to Mainland and open to all students in 9th-12th grade. Deadline to apply: November 1.

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, September 10

Yearbooks are on sale for $50…this is the lowest price they will be all year! Pre-order now. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 for an order form.

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.

Juniors and Seniors – are you interested in learning Aviation Mechanics after graduation? How about earning your Private Pilot’s License or having Aviation Training? There is a scholarship opportunity for you!! The due date for submission is October first, so if you are interested, you need to act fast! Epic Flight Academy application and information has been posted to the Mainland website scholarship page under Student and Parent Resources.

SGA applications are due tomorrow. Stop by the concession window outside the Hall of History before school or during lunch to pick up an application or go to mainlandhighschool.org under “clubs” and click on Student Government Association to fill out application online.

Seniors – have you checked out the scholarship page yet on the Mainland website? Don’t let opportunities pass you by!

Attention Juniors – The Tomorrow’s Leaders Program is a leadership training program for the top high school Juniors in Volusia County. Students chosen for this program will interact with community leaders, learn about community resources and the various factors impacting the future of Volusia County. This program prepares students for constructive leadership, responsible citizenship and the active participation in the affairs of Volusia County and beyond. Application and Information Flyer has been sent to your school email and can also be found on the front page of the MainlandHighSchool.org website. Applications are due by noon on September 16th.

Are you interested in the award-winning Key and Rotary club? It’s a great way to earn community service hours. If so, stop by and see Coach Burton in room 2-108. Also, if you were a member last year, you need to stop by and sign up with Coach Burton.

Students who need to pick up parking paperwork, purchase their parking hang tag (parking hang tags are now in so stop by to pick yours up), pick up sports physical paperwork….may do so during lunch in the concession window just outside the Hall of History.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is now open! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for information and entry details. Remember, this contest is exclusive to Mainland and open to all students in 9th-12th grade. Deadline to apply: November 1.

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, September 9

The Resource Room will have a table set up outside the Hall of History today during both lunches. If you need information about YPP/Volunteer training or logging your volunteer hours, SAT or ACT testing or if you have other questions, plan to stop by during your lunch.

Juniors and Seniors – are you interested in learning Aviation Mechanics after graduation? How about earning your Private Pilot’s License are having Aviation Training? There is a scholarship opportunity for you!! The due date for submission is October first, so if you are interested, you need to act fast! Epic Flight Academy application and information has been posted to the Mainland website scholarship page under Student and Parent Resources and will be available today at lunch at the Resource Room table outside the Hall of History.

Are you a student leader? Do you want to be a part of the Student Government Association? Applications are now available and due this Friday, September 11. Stop by the concession window outside the Hall of History before school or during lunch to pick up an application or go to mainlandhighschool.org under “clubs” and click on Student Government Association to fill out application online.

Seniors – have you checked out the scholarship page yet on the Mainland website? Don’t let opportunities pass you by!

Attention Juniors – The Tomorrow’s Leaders Program is a leadership training program for the top high school Juniors in Volusia County. Students chosen for this program will interact with community leaders, learn about community resources and the various factors impacting the future of Volusia County. This program prepares students for constructive leadership, responsible citizenship and the active participation in the affairs of Volusia County and beyond. Application and Information Flyer has been sent to your school email and can also be found on the front page of the MainlandHighSchool.org website. Applications are due by noon on September 16th.

Are you interested in the award-winning Key and Rotary club? It’s a great way to earn community service hours. If so, stop by and see Coach Burton in room 2-108.

Students who need to pick up parking paperwork, purchase their parking hang tag (parking hang tags or now in so stop by to pick yours up), pick up sports physical paperwork….may do so during lunch in the concession window just outside the Hall of History.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is now open! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for information and entry details. Remember, this contest is exclusive to Mainland and open to all students in 9th-12th grade. Deadline to apply: November 1.

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, September 8

Are you a student leader? Do you want to be a part of the Student Government Association? Applications are now available and due this Friday, September 11. Stop by the concession window outside the Hall of History before school or during lunch to pick up an application or go to mainlandhighschool.org to fill out application online.

Seniors – the Resource Room will be coming to you Wednesday’s during lunch outside the Hall of History. Stop by the table to ask your questions and pick up information.

Seniors – have you checked out the scholarship page yet on the Mainland website? Don’t let opportunities pass you by!

Attention Juniors – The Tomorrow’s Leaders Program is a leadership training program for the top high school Juniors in Volusia County. Students chosen for this program will interact with community leaders, learn about community resources and the various factors impacting the future of Volusia County. This program prepares students for constructive leadership, responsible citizenship and the active participation in the affairs of Volusia County and beyond. Application and Information Flyer has been sent to your school email and can also be found on the front page of the MainlandHighSchool.org website. Applications are due by noon on September 16th.

Students who need to pick up parking paperwork, purchase their parking hang tag, pick up sports physical paperwork….may do so during lunch in the concession window just outside the Hall of History.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is now open! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for information and entry details. Remember, this contest is exclusive to Mainland and open to all students in 9th-12th grade. Deadline to apply: November 1.

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, September 4

The Media Center will be closed today during 2nd lunch.

Attention all Juniors…today is the deadline to sign up for the October PSAT. You may sign up and pay the $17.00 fee during lunch at the concession window outside the Hall of History. Payment may also be made online on the webstore.

Are you interested in joining a fun sport? Then the swim team is for you! Contact Mr. Bishop in 1-214 before or after school or Ms. Scheuerman in student services. Or you may email them. Mainland website, under staff listing. jwbishop@volusia.k12.fl.us or tascheue@volusia.k12.fl.us

Are you interested in the award-winning Key and Rotary club? If so, stop by and see Coach Burton in room 2-108.

Attention Juniors – The Tomorrow’s Leaders Program is a leadership training program for the top high school Juniors in Volusia County. Students chosen for this program will interact with community leaders, learn about community resources and the various factors impacting the future of Volusia County. This program prepares students for constructive leadership, responsible citizenship and the active participation in the affairs of Volusia County and beyond. Application and Information Flyer can be found on the front page of the MainlandHighSchool.org website. Applications are due by noon on September 16th.

Are you a student leader? Do you want to be a part of the Student Government Association? Applications will be available on Tuesday. Stop by the concession window outside the Hall of History before school or during lunch to pick up an application or if you have any questions.

Students who need to pick up parking paperwork, purchase their parking hang tag, pick up sports physical paperwork….may do so during lunch in the concession window just outside the Hall of History.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is now open! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for information and entry details. Remember, this contest is exclusive to Mainland and open to all students in 9th-12th grade.

Seniors – don’t miss out on any news or opportunities, be sure to join the Resource Room Remind Group and in Teams. Group join codes and direct links are available on the school website under Student and Parent Resources, Senior Information.

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, September 3

Anyone interested in running cross country, there will be a meeting today in room 1-312 immediately after school. We will be discussing practice plans and procedures, the schedule, and taking care of other preseason requirements. If you have any questions you can see Coach Mountcastle in 2-314 or Coach Conquest in 1-312. Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love.

Are you interested in joining a fun sport? Then the swim team is for you! Contact Mr. Bishop in 1-214 before or after school or Ms. Scheuerman in student services. Or you may email them. Mainland website, under staff listing. jwbishop@volusia.k12.fl.us or tascheue@volusia.k12.fl.us

Attention all Juniors…the National Merit Scholarship program rewards students for high achievement and opens the door to other academic and scholarship opportunities. To be eligible you must take the PSAT test as a Junior. Juniors may sign up for the October PSAT test and make the $17.00 payment during lunch at the concession window outside the Hall of History. Payment may also be made online on the webstore. Deadline is tomorrow, Friday, September 4th.

Students who need to pick up parking paperwork or purchase their parking hang tag may do so during lunch in the concession window just outside the Hall of History.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is now open! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for information and entry details. Remember, this contest is exclusive to Mainland and open to all students in 9th-12th grade.

Seniors – don’t miss out on any news or opportunities, be sure to join the Resource Room Remind Group and in Teams. Group join codes and direct links are available on the school website under Student and Parent Resources, Senior Information.

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, September 2

Anyone interested in running cross country, there will be a meeting tomorrow, Thursday September 3, in room 1-312 immediately after school. We will be discussing practice plans and procedures, the schedule, and taking care of other preseason requirements. If you have any questions you can see Coach Mountcastle in 2-314 or Coach Conquest in 1-312. Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love.

Are you interested in joining a fun sport? Then the swim team is for you! Contact Mr. Bishop in 1-214 before or after school or Ms. Scheuerman in student services. Or you may email them. Mainland website, under staff listing. jwbishop@volusia.k12.fl.us or tascheue@volusia.k12.fl.us

Attention all Juniors…the National Merit Scholarship program rewards students for high achievement and opens the door to other academic and scholarship opportunities. To be eligible you must take the PSAT test as a Junior. Juniors may sign up for the October PSAT test and make the $17.00 payment during lunch at the concession window outside the Hall of History. Payment may also be made online on the webstore. Deadline is this Friday, September 4th.

Students who need to pick up parking paperwork or purchase their parking hang tag may do so during lunch in the concession window just outside the Hall of History.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest is now open! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for information and entry details. Remember, this contest is exclusive to Mainland and open to all students in 9th-12th grade.

Seniors – don’t miss out on any news or opportunities, be sure to join the Resource Room Remind Group and in Teams. Group join codes and direct links are available on the school website under Student and Parent Resources, Senior Information.

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, September 1

All those interested in trying out for the Mainland Volleyball team, please attend an interest meeting 3:45pm today, after school in the gym. Please bring your current sports physical and consent form with you to the meeting.

Anyone interested in running cross country, there will be a meeting Thursday September 3, in room 1-312 immediately after school. We will be discussing practice plans and procedures, the schedule, and taking care of other preseason requirements. If you have any questions you can see Coach Mountcastle in 2-314 or Coach Conquest in 1-312. Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love.

Attention all Juniors…the National Merit Scholarship program rewards students for high achievement and opens the door to other academic and scholarship opportunities. To be eligible you must take the PSAT test as a Junior. Sign up for the October PSAT test for Juniors is located in Student Services and must be done by this Friday, September 4th. Check the Mainland website under Student Resources, SAT/ACT for information about this opportunity. 

The Daytona Dreamer Essay contest begins today! Visit DaytonaDreamer.org for information and entry details. Remember, this contest is exclusive to Mainland and open to all students in 9th-12th grade. 

Seniors – don’t miss out on any news or opportunities, be sure to join the Resource Room Remind Group and in Teams. Group join codes and direct links are available on the school website under Student and Parent Resources, Senior Information.

Thanks for your attention and have a great day!