Daily Announcements

Wednesday, March 7th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Academy Liaison Leaders! And tomorrow, GSA.

Congrats to boys varsity baseball who opened their season Tuesdsay defeating previously unbeaten Father Lopez by a score of 6-2. The Bucs were led on the mound by Jackson Johnson who threw a complete game and at the plate by Kameron Lee, Brett Thrower, Dylan Gilmore along with Jackson.

Congratulations to the boys tennis team as they won their last two matches. On Tuesday the boys beat Matanzas 5-2 and on Wednesday they beat University 5-2 as well. Luis Fernandez, Jash Patel, Canon Menez, Jose Villareal, and Hunter Klein all played great and had key victories for the Bucs. Great job boys keep up the good work!

Do you have a lot of Buc Pride? Cheerleading Tryout packets are available for pick up in the main office. Tryouts will be on April 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. Please see Ms. Kraynak in 1-317 if you have any questions.

YPP Volunteer Training in the Multipurpose room today during lunch or after school at 3pm. It only takes 15minutes, once everyone is seated and ready to start.

Attention any girl or boy who is currently playing OR interested in playing golf next year: There will be a parent AND player meeting on Thursday, March 14 from 6pm to 7pm in the Multi-Purpose room. In this meeting we will be discussing the spring golf tournament that we will be hosting to raise money for our programs. It is important that we have you and your parents helping us run this event. Please make plans to attend so you can get important information regarding the tournament.

ATTENTION SENIORS – Interested in attending Daytona State College…… Daytona State College (DSC) will be on campus, Tuesday, March 26th to do on-site admissions. If you are interested in attending DSC after graduation, please see your guidance counselor to schedule an appointment time to

meet with a representative.

Seniors: Reminder – MHS Class of ’64 Scholarship Application is due Next Wednesday, March 13th and the Lions Club Application is due next Friday, March 15th.

New Scholarship Opportunities

* Ormond Beach Chamber of Commerce – Rob Ridder Scholarship fund for $1,000.00

* Volusia County Council of PTA for $1,000.00

* Zeta Phi Beta Sorority for $1,000.00

Applications with additional information are available in the Resource Room 1-238

Information for all current local scholarships can be found on the Mainland website under Student Resource, Scholarships & Financial Aid or stop by the Resource Room located in Student Services.

ACT has just announced a $40,000.00 scholarship giveaway open to eligible Sophomores and Juniors who register for the April, June or July ACT. http://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/act-scholarship-giveaway.html

This information is posted on the Mainland website under Student Resources, ACT/SAT/ASVAB

Attention Seniors: if you are interested in going to Grad Bash on Friday, April 5, there are still spots available. If you are on the wait list or would like to attend make sure you stop by the activities office before or after school or at the counter outside bookkeeping during lunch to purchase your ticket. You must have a signed permission form, show me your current Mainland student id, have full payment of $115.00 and all your obligations must be paid. Deadline to pay is today.

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

 

Tuesday, March 6th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Swimming! And tomorrow, Academy Liaison Leaders.

Congratulations to our Lady Bucs Dance and Drill Team as they are 2019 National High Kick Champions! The Lady Bucs competed at the Contest of Champions Nationals at Disney this past weekend and are bringing home 1st place in High Kick, 4th place in Pom, 4th place in Hip Hop, and 13th place in Jazz. In addition the Lady Buc officers earned 16th place for their officer routine. This is the first National Championship the Lady Bucs have earned in the program’s history! Congratulations ladies! We are so proud of you!

Do you have a lot of Buc Pride? Cheerleading Tryout packets are available for pick up in the main office. Tryouts will be on April 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. Please see Ms. Kraynak in 1-317 if you have any questions.

YPP Volunteer Training in the Multipurpose room tomorrow, THURSDAY, during lunch or after school at 3pm. Seniors – don’t miss this opportunity. If you are not sure if you have attended a training, please come by the Resource Room in Student Services to verify what is on record for you.

Seniors: Reminder – MHS Class of ’64 Scholarship Application is due Next Wednesday, March 13th and the Lions Club Application is due next Friday, March 15th.

New Scholarship Opportunities

* Ormond Beach Chamber of Commerce – Rob Ridder Scholarship fund for $1,000.00

* Volusia County Council of PTA for $1,000.00

* Zeta Phi Beta Sorority for $1,000.00

Applications with additional information are available in the Resource Room 1-238

Information for all current local scholarships can be found on the Mainland website under Student Resource, Scholarships & Financial Aid or stop by the Resource Room located in Student Services.

ACT has just announced a $40,000.00 scholarship giveaway open to eligible Sophomores and Juniors who register for the April, June or July ACT. http://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/act-scholarship-giveaway.html

This information is posted on the Mainland website under Student Resources, ACT/SAT/ASVAB

Attention Seniors: if you are interested in going to Grad Bash on Friday, April 5, there are still spots available. If you are on the wait list or would like to attend make sure you stop by the activities office before or after school or at the counter outside bookkeeping during lunch to purchase your ticket. You must have a signed permission form, show me your current Mainland student id, have full payment of $115.00 and all your obligations must be paid. Deadline to pay is this Thursday, March 7.

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

Tuesday, March 5th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….SGA! And tomorrow, Swimming.

Do you have a lot of Buc Pride? Cheerleading Tryout packets are available for pick up in the main office. Tryouts will be on April 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. Please see Ms. Kraynak in 1-317 if you have any questions.

Seniors: Reminder – MHS Class of ’64 Scholarship Application is due Next Wednesday, March 13th and the Lions Club Application is due next Friday, March 15th.

New Scholarship Opportunities

* Ormond Beach Chamber of Commerce – Rob Ridder Scholarship fund for $1,000.00

* Volusia County Council of PTA for $1,000.00

* Zeta Phi Beta Sorority for $1,000.00

Applications with additional information are available in the Resource Room 1-238

Information for all current local scholarships can be found on the Mainland website under Student Resource, Scholarships & Financial Aid or stop by the Resource Room located in Student Services.

ACT has just announced a $40,000.00 scholarship giveaway open to eligible Sophomores and Juniors who register for the April, June or July ACT. http://www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/act-scholarship-giveaway.html

This information is posted on the Mainland website under Student Resources, ACT/SAT/ASVAB

Attention Seniors: if you are interested in going to Grad Bash on Friday, April 5, there are still spots available. If you are on the wait list or would like to attend make sure you stop by the activities office before or after school or at the counter outside bookkeeping during lunch to purchase your ticket. You must have a signed permission form, show me your current Mainland student id, have full payment of $115.00 and all your obligations must be paid. Deadline to pay is this Thursday, March 7.

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

Monday, March 4th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Firefighting! And tomorrow, SGA.

Congratulations to the girls track team who continued their strong early season dominance by bringing home the championship trophy from the Jeff Wentworth Relays. The boys also had a strong showing by Shawn Daffin, D’Andre McMillian, Gionne Perry, Malcolm Reed, Arnold Collins, and Besean Ford. The next track meet is Wednesday is at Deltona before the 5 Star Conference Saturday so come out and show your support. Buc Pride…Let’s Ride!!

Congratulations goes out to the Mainland Concert Orchestra for earning “straight” Superiors in this weekend’s MPA. With a perfect score in “Sight Reading”. Members are:

Violin – Ameer Abdurahman, Julissa Almodovar, Sierra Cleveland, Nathan Dills, Hannah Gilbert, Matteo Harris, Trish-Ann Parkinson

Viola – Miriam Mathews, Bailey Santiago, Caroline Wilson

Cello – Jaxson Worsham

Bass – Tayler Ford

Congratulations to all of our Mr. and Miss Mainland contestants! Mr. and Miss Congeniality went to Josh Lingo and Kacie Cox! Our Mr. and Miss Mainland Runners Up went to Aaron Birch-Larrie and Savannah Koutsalas! And Mr. and Miss Mainland 2019-2020: Josh Lingo and Kenli Jacobs!

A mandatory rehearsal for all Hairspray cast members will be today, after school in the chorus room. Bring scripts and pencils.

Do you have a lot of Buc Pride? Cheerleading Tryout packets are available for pick up in the main office. Tryouts will be on April 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. Please see Ms. Kraynak in 1-317 if you have any questions.

Attention Seniors: if you are interested in going to Grad Bash on Friday, April 5, we’ve added another bus. If you are on the wait list or would like to attend make sure you stop by the activities office before or after school or at the counter outside bookkeeping during lunch to purchase your ticket. You must have a signed permission form, show me your current Mainland student id, have full payment of $115.00 and all your obligations must be paid. Deadline to pay is this Thursday, March 7.

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

Friday, March 1st

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Volleyball! And Monday, Firefighting.

Congratulations to the boys tennis team as they defeated St. Augustine yesterday by a score of 7-0. Luis Fernandez, Jash Patel, Canon Menez, Jose Villarreal, and Hunter Klein all played great as the Bucs improved their record to three and two. The boys play FPC on Monday so come meet us behind the dumpsters for some great tennis action next week!

Just a reminder, Mr. Bell’s classes will be held in the MPR, today. The Drama Club meeting at lunch will also be in the MPR.

Attention Seniors: if you are interested in going to Grad Bash on Friday, April 5, we’ve added another bus. If you are on the wait list or would like to attend make sure you stop by the activities office before or after school or at the counter outside bookkeeping during lunch to purchase your ticket. You must have a signed permission form, show me your current Mainland student id, have full payment of $115.00 and all your obligations must be paid.

Mr. and Miss Mainland is today. The in-school show will take place during 6th and 7th period. Tickets for the in-school show are $3.00 and may be purchased in the Activities Office at the counter outside of bookkeeping during lunch. There are a limited number of tickets and we will sell out so make sure to get your tickets as soon as possible! The evening show is at 7:00pm. Tickets are $8.00 for adults and $5.00 for students.

Remember to tag 3 friends on the latest post on the Mainland High School Instagram account to win a ticket to the Mr. and Mrs. Mainland show tomorrow. The ticket will give you free entrance to the in school show during 6th and 7th so make sure you comment and like the post! You must be following to be eligible to win!

Do you have a lot of Buc Pride? Cheerleading Tryout packets are available for pick up in the main office. Tryouts will be on April 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. Please see Ms. Kraynak in 1-317 if you have any questions. “

Volunteer opportunity: Saturday, March 16 from 11:00am-2:00pm Spring Family Fun Day at International Speedway Square. Volunteers are needed for the following duties: face painting, serving refreshments, kids games. For more information and to sign up, stop by the resource room in student services.

Summer opportunity at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Engineering Scholar’s program. The ESPER Program at ERAU is offered for seven weeks during the summer. This program has an emphasis on science, engineering, mathematics and physics. This is a scholarship provided by Volusia County Schools and will cover tuition and textbooks. Attendance is expected for the entire program duration and the program will run from July 2, 2019 thru August 8, 2019. For more information and an application, please see your school counselor.

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

Wednesday February 27th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Boys Cross Country! And tomorrow, Wrestling.

Congratulations to the Mainland FFEA Chapter for earning four 1st place medals and one 2nd place medal at the District FFEA competition this past weekend. Shoutouts for an amazing performance go to Kaylee Gibson, Kiya Flynt, Sydney White, Chantal Szinegh, Abby Haynes, Echo Wellnitz, Izyah Simms and Jordan Reddin.

Flag football practice is cancelled for today.

The Auxiliary Competition Showcase is tonight at 6:00PM in the gym. The Showcase will feature the 2019 competition routines for the superior rated Lady Bucs Dance and Drill Team, our reigning National Champion Majorettes, and our superior rated Mirage Color Guard. Cost of entry is $1. Come out and support your Mainland Auxiliaries and send them into competition season ready to represent Mainland! The Lady Bucs will be competing at Nationals at Disney this weekend and all three groups will be competing at a Southeast Regional Competition in two weeks! We will see you tonight at 6:00PM in the gym for our Mainland Auxiliary Competition Showcase!

Attention Seniors: if you are interested in going to Grad Bash on Friday, April 5, we’ve added another bus. If you are on the wait list or would like to attend make sure you stop by the activities office before or after school or at the counter outside bookkeeping during lunch to purchase your ticket. You must have a signed permission form, show me your current Mainland student id, have full payment of $115.00 and all your obligations must be paid.

FCA Huddle meeting tomorrow, Thursday in the Multi Purpose room during lunch.

International Club meeting will be held tomorrow Thursday Feb. 28th during lunch in 2-326. Also, our field trip is full.

Our final speaker in the Black History Speaker Series is Judge Dawn P. Fields. Please join us tomorrow in the Multipurpose room at 3:00pm. Refreshments will be served. Hope to see you there!

Mr. and Miss Mainland is this Friday, March 1. The in-school show will take place during 6th and 7th period. Tickets for the in-school show are $3.00 and may be purchased in the Activities Office before and after school and at the counter outside of bookkeeping during lunch. There are a limited number of tickets and we will sell out so make sure to get your tickets as soon as possible! The evening show is at 7:00pm. Tickets are $8.00 for adults and $5.00 for students.

Volunteer opportunity: Saturday, March 16 from 11:00am-2:00pm Spring Family Fun Day at International Speedway Square. Volunteers are needed for the following duties: face painting, serving refreshments, kids games. For more information and to sign up, stop by the resource room in student services.

Summer opportunity at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Engineering Scholar’s program. The ESPER Program at ERAU is offered for seven weeks during the summer. This program has an emphasis on science, engineering, mathematics and physics. This is a scholarship provided by Volusia County Schools and will cover tuition and textbooks. Attendance is expected for the entire program duration and the program will run from July 2, 2019 thru August 8, 2019. For more information and an application, please see your school counselor.

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

Friday, February 22nd

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Guild of Gamers! And Monday, Boys Basketball.

Thank you to Mrs. Conquest and Mr. Maquire for coming out and participating with the track team in our intra squad meet yesterday!! Mrs. Conquest blazed thru the mile with a personal best 6:47 that led all the ladies for the day and Mr. Maquire came in at 8:24. Your presence with us inspired the rest of the team to do their best and we are grateful. Our next track meet is today in Flagler so please come out and support….Buc Pride Never Dies!!

The Girls Soccer banquet has been cancelled today. A new date is being determined and will be communicated by coaches and captains as soon as it is set.

All freshman, sophomores and juniors interested in playing volleyball, there will be training after school on Wednesdays and Fridays from 3-4:30pm you must have a sports physical and consent form on file with the athletic department.

Girls soccer if you have not turned in your uniforms please do so. Any one not turning in their uniform will have the replacement cost added to their school obligations.

Summer opportunity at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Engineering Scholar’s program. The ESPER Program at ERAU is offered for seven weeks during the summer. This program has an emphasis on science, engineering, mathematics and physics. This is a scholarship provided by Volusia County Schools and will cover tuition and textbooks. Attendance is expected for the entire program duration and the program will run from July 2, 2019 thru August 8, 2019. For more information and an application, please see your school counselor.

Seniors: a few more scholarship opportunities are now available:

* Regions Bank Essay Contest for $5,000 (deadline February 28)

* MHS Class of ’64 Scholarship for $500 (deadline March 13)

* John Young History Maker Scholarship for $2,500 (deadline March 22)

* The Links, Inc Scholarship for $1,000 (deadline April 1)

Applications and information available in the Resource Room 1-238 or on the school website under Student Resources.

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash tickets are still available and will be sold through this Friday on a first come first served basis. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Permission forms are available in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

Thursday, February 21st

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Cheer! And tomorrow, Athletic Training.

Congrats to the women’s wrestling team who did well at State this past weekend. Jade Jennings, Juliette Akopov, Megan Jones, and Xaclevia Garnett all competed. Jade Jennings and Juliette Akopov both got to the quarter round bracket before being eliminated by 5th ranked wrestlers in the county. Looking forward to the start of offseason training and district championships this Saturday, where Jade will be continuing to compete.

The Girls Soccer banquet has been cancelled for Friday. A new date is being determined and will be communicated by coaches and captains as soon as it is set.

All freshman, sophomores and juniors interested in playing volleyball, there will be training after school on Wednesdays and Fridays from 3-4:30pm you must have a sports physical and consent form on file with the athletic department.

Our next Black History Month speaker is Mr. Thomas Roland, Football Commissioner, Daytona Beach Pop Warner. We are excited for him to be here and we hope to see you today at 3:00pm in the Multi-purpose room.

Girls soccer if you have not turned in your uniforms please do so. Any one not turning in their uniform will have the replacement cost added to their school obligations.

Summer opportunity at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Engineering Scholar’s program. The ESPER Program at ERAU is offered for seven weeks during the summer. This program has an emphasis on science, engineering, mathematics and physics. This is a scholarship provided by Volusia County Schools and will cover tuition and textbooks. Attendance is expected for the entire program duration and the program will run from July 2, 2019 thru August 8, 2019. For more information and an application, please see your school counselor.

Seniors: a few more scholarship opportunities are now available:

* Regions Bank Essay Contest for $5,000 (deadline February 28)

* MHS Class of ’64 Scholarship for $500 (deadline March 13)

* John Young History Maker Scholarship for $2,500 (deadline March 22)

* The Links, Inc Scholarship for $1,000 (deadline April 1)

Applications and information available in the Resource Room 1-238 or on the school website under Student Resources.

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash tickets are still available and will be sold through this Friday on a first come first served basis. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Permission forms are available in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

Wednesday, February 20th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Cheer! And tomorrow, Athletic Training.

Congratulations to the boys tennis team for defeating Atlantic yesterday by a score of 7-0. Luis Fernandez, Jash Patel, Canon Menez, Hunter Jenkins, and Nick DeJulio all won yesterday in singles and doubles. Great job boys and good luck tomorrow against Seabreeze!

All freshman, sophomores and juniors interested in playing volleyball, there will be training after school on Wednesdays and Fridays from 3-4:30pm you must have a sports physical and consent form on file with the athletic department.

Our next Black History Month speaker is Mr. Thomas Roland, Football Commissioner, Daytona Beach Pop Warner. We are excited for him to be here and we hope to see you there tomorrow at 3:00pm in the Multi-purpose room.

Girls soccer if you have not turned in your uniforms please do so. Any one not turning in their uniform will have the replacement cost added to their school obligations.

Summer opportunity at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Engineering Scholar’s program. The ESPER Program at ERAU is a offered for seven weeks during the summer. This program has an emphasis on science, engineering, mathematics and physics. This is a scholarship provided by Volusia County Schools and will cover tuition and textbooks. Attendance is expected for the entire program duration and the program will run from July 2, 2019 thru August 8, 2019. For more information and an application, please see your school counselor.

Seniors: a few more scholarship opportunities are now available:

* Regions Bank Essay Contest for $5,000 (deadline February 28)

* MHS Class of ’64 Scholarship for $500 (deadline March 13)

* John Young History Maker Scholarship for $2,500 (deadline March 22)

* The Links, Inc Scholarship for $1,000 (deadline April 1)

Applications and information available in the Resource Room 1-238 or on the school website under Student Resources.

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash tickets are still available and will be sold through this Friday on a first come first served basis. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Permission forms are available in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

Tuesday, February 19th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Baseball! And tomorrow, Cheer.

Mainland’s AFJROTC earned 6 second place finishes and 2 first place finishes at the Belleview drill meet and PT challenge on Saturday, including coming in second place overall. JV team commander Austin Larsen led his team to two second place finishes in drill and inspection. Regulation drill team commander Alannis Guest led her team to a second place finish in drill, and she won her second top commander trophy in 3 drill meets. Color guard commander Ashley Gross led her team to a second place finish in the Air Force routine. The physical fitness team led by Arrington Woods with team members Isaias Davila, Angel Khrino, and Abby Couillard, took top honors in the grueling PT challenge course, defeating 12 other contenders, while Luis Pena finished 1 second behind the top runner in the one-mile run. Congratulations and good luck next month at the state drill meet at UCF.

Congratulations to the Science Olympiad team for their 7th place finish in Saturday’s Regional competition at Embry Riddle. They competed against 20 other teams and earned medals in several events.

Hunter Chewning and Jash Patel earned 2nd place in Circuit lab.

Jash Patel and Ashlyn Yancey earned 3rd in Mission Possible.

Aleishka Torres and Olivia Wilkes earned 2nd place in Mousetrap Vehicle.

Malana Jackson and Kaylee Gibson earned 4th in Protein Modeling.

Hunter Chewning and Aleishka Torres earned 4th place in Sounds of Music.

Matthew Gorenstein and Jash Patel earned 2nd place in Thermodynamics.

Matthew Gorenstein and Aaisha Ouda earned 3rd place in Water Quality.

Trish-Ann Parkinson and Arianna Stegall earned 4th place in Wright Stuff.

Congratulations to Colin Whiting and Roland Stafford for winning first place at the STEM solutions competition this weekend. Great job Bucs!

Attention all club and sport reps: General Assembly meeting today has been cancelled.

All freshman, sophomores and juniors interested in playing volleyball, there will be training after school on Wednesdays and Fridays from 3-4:30pm you must have a sports physical and consent form on file with the athletic department.

Mark your calendar for our next Black History Month speaker scheduled this Thursday at 3:00pm in the Multi-purpose room. Guest speaker is Mr. Thomas Roland, Football Commissioner, Daytona Beach Pop Warner. We are excited for him to be here and we hope to see you there!

Girls soccer if you have not turned in your uniforms please do so. Any one not turning in their uniform will have the replacement cost added to their school obligations.

Seniors: a few more scholarship opportunities are now available:

* Regions Bank Essay Contest for $5,000 (deadline February 28)

* MHS Class of ’64 Scholarship for $500 (deadline March 13)

* The Links, Inc Scholarship for $1,000 (deadline April 1)

Applications and information available in the Resource Room 1-238 or on the school website under Student Resources.

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash tickets are still available and will be sold through this Friday on a first come first served basis. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Permission forms are available in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

Friday, February 15th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….ASIM! And Tuesday, Baseball.

Congrats to Mainland wrestling for their performance Wednesday night at Pine Ridge. Jade Jennings, Doug Dittmer, and Luke Shealy all won their varsity matches and we went a perfect 3-0 on JV thanks to Isaias Miranda Davilla, Devin Dorton, and Ed Pagano.

Congratulations to the boys/girls track program for a great start to the season at the Deltona Meet Wednesday. The girls team placed 1st in the six team meet with dominating performances by Cydney Wright, Acura Graves, Shaniya Wilder, Jourdon Cooper, Grace Hawryluk and a host of new young ladies contributing in various events. The young boys squad finished 4th and are looking to improve next week in the East Coast Classic in Flagler. Come out next Wednesday to enjoy our Intra squad meet which will feature a few of our outstanding teachers participating in several events. Great job Bucs!!

Congratulations go out to band members that participated in Solo and Ensemble last weekend. These students received a Superior rating playing a solo: Arthur Fredsall, Jamesha Jasper and Emma Sharp and receiving an Excellent is Tayler Ford. There were 2 ensembles that received Superior ratings also. Those students in a trombone trio include Frances Ray, Kendra Henry, and Elijah Goodman. Those students in a brass quintet: Seantarious Garnett, Quinton Williams, Vernon Pride, Jack Gillespie and Arin Dixon. Way to go Bucs!

Tickets for tonight’s district championship game will be on sale in the hall of history for the rest of the day. Tickets are $6. Tonight’s game will be at 7:00 against Atlantic at Seabreeze High School. Come out and support our #1 ranked Buccaneers!

There will be an important Drama Club meeting, today in the auditorium during lunch. New members always welcome. With 2 field trips coming up next week, we need to make sure we have permission slips turned in.

Seniors: cap and gown orders with Jostens today in the Hall of History during lunch. $65.00 cash, check made out to Jostens or charge. Also, any

seniors who ordered graduation announcements from Jostens, may pick them up today in the Hall of History.

Mark your calendar for our next Black History Month speaker scheduled next Thursday, February 21 at 3:00pm in the Multi-purpose room. Guest speaker is Mr. Thomas Roland, Football Commissioner, Daytona Beach Pop Warner. We are excited for him to be here and we hope to see you there!

Register for Mainland’s 2nd Annual Color Run on Saturday, March 2 at 8:00am! Registration is only $25 and you can sign up by visiting the homepage of the Mainland website or in the Activities Office. Sign up by the end of the day today to guarantee a t-shirt and race bib. We hope to see you at this colorful event!

Seniors: a few more scholarship opportunities are now available:

* Regions Bank Essay Contest for $5,000 (deadline February 28)

* MHS Class of ’64 Scholarship for $500 (deadline March 13)

* The Links, Inc Scholarship for $1,000 (deadline April 1)

Applications and information available in the Resource Room 1-238 or on the school website under Student Resources.

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

Seniors…the senior t-shirts are on sale in the Activities Office before and after school and during lunch. Short sleeved $10 and long sleeved $12.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets are still available and will be sold through Friday, February 22 on a first come first served basis. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Permission forms are available in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

Thursday, February 14th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Wrestling! And tomorrow, ASIM.

In celebration of Black History month, during the month of February, we will be reading a daily quote:

James Baldwin – American novelist and playwright.

FCA Huddle Meeting TODAY in the Multi Purpose Room.

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc is sponsoring a “College & Scholarship Bootcamp” @ Bethune Cookman University on Saturday, February 16th from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM in the Carl S, Swisher Memorial Library. This “bootcamp” will be providing assistance with: Admission or Scholarship Essays, Building a Resume’, College Applications, Financial aid Information, and Scholarship Applications. Interested students need to RSVP to 386-955-1913 – Students will need to give their name, alpha id and high school.

Seniors: cap and gown orders with Jostens tomorrow in the Hall of History during lunch. $65.00 cash, check made out to Jostens or charge. Also, any seniors who ordered graduation announcements from Jostens, may pick them up tomorrow in the Hall of History.

In addition to a daily quote, during the month of February, SGA’s Black History month committee will be presenting their second annual speaker series. Mark your calendar for our next speaker scheduled on Thursday, February 21 at 3:00pm in the Multi-purpose room. Guest speaker is Mr. Thomas Roland, Football Commissioner, Daytona Beach Pop Warner. We are excited for him to be here and we hope to see you there!

It’s time for Mainland’s 2nd Annual Color Run! The timed 5k will take place March 2, 2019 at 8am! Registration is $25 and you can sign up by visiting the homepage of the Mainland website or grabbing a form from the front

office and pay in the Activities Office. Sign up by Friday, 2/15/19, to guarantee a t-shirt and race bib. We hope to see you at this colorful event!

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

Seniors…the senior t-shirts are on sale in the Activities Office before and after school and during lunch. Short sleeved $10 and long sleeved $12.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets are still available and will be sold through Friday, February 22 on a first come first served basis. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Permission forms are available in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

Wednesday, February 13th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Yearbook! And tomorrow, Weightlifting.

In celebration of Black History month, during the month of February, we will be reading a daily quote:

“Leaving behind nights of terror and fear, I rise. Into a daybreak that’s wonderfully clear, I rise.” ~ Maya Angelou

Congratulations to our Mirage Color Guard for earning a superior rating for their performance at the FBA Solo & Ensemble competition last Friday! We are so proud of you ladies!

Our Mainland Majorettes are bringing home a superior rating from the FBA Solo & Ensemble competition last Friday night! In addition, Karissa Bush performed a solo and earned a superior rating at the event! Great job to our reigning National Champion Majorettes!

Congratulations to our Lady Bucs Dance and Drill Team for earning straight superiors at the Volusia County Dance Performance Assessment which was hosted here at Mainland last Saturday night! A huge congrats goes out to Aniyah Williams for being named to the 2019 All County Dance Ensemble! Great job ladies!

FCA Huddle Meeting THIS THURSDAY Feb 14th in the Multi Purpose Room.

Girls JV and Varsity Soccer players, please turn in your uniforms and bags to either Coach K or Coach G. Also, if you have not paid your dues as of yet you need to do so.

Seniors: cap and gown orders with Jostens this Friday in the Hall of History during lunch. $65.00 cash, check made out to Jostens or charge.

In addition to a daily quote, during the month of February, SGA’s Black History month committee will be presenting their second annual speaker series. Mark your calendar for our next speaker scheduled on Thursday, February 21 at 3:00pm in the Multi-purpose room. Guest speaker is Mr.

Thomas Roland, Football Commissioner, Daytona Beach Pop Warner. We are excited for him to be here and we hope to see you there!

It’s time for Mainland’s 2nd Annual Color Run! The timed 5k will take place March 2, 2019 at 8am! Registration is $25 and you can sign up by visiting the homepage of the Mainland website or grabbing a form from the front office and pay in the Activities Office. Sign up by Friday, 2/15/19, to guarantee a t-shirt and race bib. We hope to see you at this colorful event!

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

Seniors…the senior t-shirts are on sale in the Activities Office before and after school and during lunch. Short sleeved $10 and long sleeved $12.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets are still available and will be sold through Friday, February 22 on a first come first served basis. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Permission forms are available in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

Tuesday, February 12th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Football! And tomorrow, Yearbook.

In celebration of Black History month, during the month of February, we will be reading a daily quote:

“Baseball is like everything else you got to study every angle to be good at

it.” William Julius “Judy” Johnson, American professional third baseman and manager.

Congratulations to Mainland Wrestling’s 3 sophomores Doug Dittmer, Skyler Stafford, and Devin Dorton who upset New Smyrna on their senior night last night. We have Girls State Championship this Friday and boys district tournament next week. Wish them all good luck!

Girls JV and Varsity Soccer players, please turn in your uniforms and bags to either Coach K or Coach G. Also, if you have not paid your dues as of yet you need to do so.

Seniors: cap and gown orders with Jostens this Friday in the Hall of History during lunch. $65.00 cash, check made out to Jostens or charge.

Seniors: Another scholarship opportunity—Florida School Counselor Association Scholarship for $250. Check the Mainland website under scholarships or stop by the Resource Room for more details.

In addition to a daily quote, during the month of February, SGA’s Black History month committee will be presenting their second annual speaker series. Mark your calendar for our next speaker scheduled on Thursday, February 21 at 3:00pm in the Multi-purpose room. Guest speaker is Mr. Thomas Roland, Football Commissioner, Daytona Beach Pop Warner. We are excited for him to be here and we hope to see you there!

It’s time for Mainland’s 2nd Annual Color Run! The timed 5k will take place March 2, 2019 at 8am! Registration is $25 and you can sign up by visiting the homepage of the Mainland website or grabbing a form from the front office and pay in the Activities Office. Sign up by Friday, 2/15/19, to guarantee a t-shirt and race bib. We hope to see you at this colorful event!

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

Seniors…the senior t-shirts are on sale in the Activities Office before and after school and during lunch. Short sleeved $10 and long sleeved $12.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets are still available and will be sold through Friday, February 22 on a first come first served basis. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Permission forms are available in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

Monday, February 11th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….AFJROTC! And tomorrow, Football.

In celebration of Black History month, during the month of February, we will be reading a daily quote:

“February, when the days of Winter seem endless and no amount of wistful recollecting can bring back any air of summer.” –Shirley Jackson, American Writer.

Congratulations to our Mainland Volleyball girls who placed fifth overall in the Open/Gold division at the JaxJam USA Volleyball tournament this weekend. Top performers were Bella Truxall, Livvi Nichols and Alexa Wilson.

All those interested in trying out for the Mainland 2019 Volleyball team there will be a brief meeting this Friday Feb 15 at the beginning of lunch in Coach Valle’s classroom 2-215. Please attend and pick up your information for our upcoming season.

Attention all students: beginning today during lunch, exterior doors will be locked and no students will be allowed to eat on the 2nd and 3rd floors or stair wells.

PERT testing will begin tomorrow. Please see Mrs. Wilson if you have any questions.

Girls JV and Varsity Soccer players, please turn in your uniforms and bags to either Coach K or Coach G. Also, if you have not paid your dues as of yet you need to do so.

Seniors: cap and gown orders with Jostens this Friday in the Hall of History during lunch. $65.00 cash, check made out to Jostens or charge.

Seniors: Another scholarship opportunity—Florida School Counselor Association Scholarship for $250. Check the Mainland website under scholarships or stop by the Resource Room for more details.

In addition to a daily quote, during the month of February, SGA’s Black History month committee will be presenting their second annual speaker series. Mark your calendar for our next speaker scheduled on Thursday, February 21 at 3:00pm in the Multi-purpose room. Guest speaker is Mr. Thomas Roland, Football Commissioner, Daytona Beach Pop Warner. We are excited for him to be here and we hope to see you there!

It’s time for Mainland’s 2nd Annual Color Run! The timed 5k will take place March 2, 2019 at 8am! Registration is $25 and you can sign up by visiting the homepage of the Mainland website or grabbing a form from the front office and pay in the Activities Office. Sign up by Friday, 2/15/19, to guarantee a t-shirt and race bib. We hope to see you at this colorful event!

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

Seniors…the senior t-shirts are on sale in the Activities Office before and after school and during lunch. Short sleeved $10 and long sleeved $12.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets are still available and will be sold through Friday, February 22 on a first come first served basis. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Permission forms are available in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

Friday, February 8th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….GSA! And Monday, AFJROTC.

In celebration of Black History month, during the month of February, we will be reading a daily quote:

“Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die, life is a broken winged bird.” Langston Hughes – poet, social activist, novelist, playwright, and columnist.

In addition to a daily quote, during the month of February, SGA’s Black History month committee will be presenting their second annual speaker series. Mark your calendar for our next speaker scheduled on Thursday, February 21 at 3:00pm in the Multi-purpose room. Guest speaker is Mr. Thomas Roland, Football Commissioner, Daytona Beach Pop Warner. We are excited for him to be here and we hope to see you there!

Attention all students: beginning on Monday during lunch, exterior doors will be locked and no students will be allowed to eat on the 2nd and 3rd floors or stair wells.

Tennis practice has been cancelled after school today.

There will be a mandatory TEAMS meeting for all members and interested potential members today in Mrs. Dodd’s room 2-222 during lunch. If you cannot make this meeting, see Mrs. Dodd before lunch today.

Attention Rotary and Key Club members: reminder to report to the Botefhur Beach approach tomorrow morning at 9:00am for the beach clean up.

PERT testing will begin on 2/12, next Tuesday… Please see Mrs. Wilson if you have any questions

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services

to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

Seniors…the senior t-shirts are on sale in the Activities Office before and after school and during lunch. Short sleeved $10 and long sleeved $12.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets are still available and will be sold through Friday, February 22 on a first come first served basis. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Permission forms are available in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

Thursday, February 7th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Academy Liaison Leaders! And tomorrow, GSA.

In celebration of Black History month, during the month of February, we will be reading a daily quote:

“You don’t fight racism with racism. The best way to fight racism is with solidarity.” Bobby Seale, Social Activist.

In addition to a daily quote, during the month of February, SGA’s Black History month committee will be presenting their second annual speaker series. The Speaker series will include influential and amazing African American individuals. Join us today at 3:00 pm in the Multipurpose room to hear Mrs. Ida Wright speak. Mrs. Wright is Vice Chairman and School Board member representing District 2. We are excited for her to come, and we hope to see you there!

Attention all students: beginning on Monday during lunch, exterior doors will be locked and no students will be allowed to eat on the 2nd and 3rd floors or stair wells.

Coach Garner is happy to announce his Social Studies student of the Month is Jackson Johnson. Jackson completed both American Government and Economics by being here every day and doing extra work consistently each day. He is a leader in the classroom and on the baseball field. Congratulations!

International Club meeting today during lunch in 2-326. Please bring your supply for Asian celebration plus pocky gram preorder form and money.

All Envirothon participants will meet in room 1-313 today.

There will be a mandatory TEAMS meeting for all members and interested potential members tomorrow in Mrs. Dodd’s room 2-222 during lunch. If you cannot make this meeting, see Mrs. Dodd before lunch Friday.

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

Seniors…the senior t-shirts are on sale in the Activities Office before and after school and during lunch. Short sleeved $10 and long sleeved $12.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets are now on sale in the Activities Office through Friday, February 22 on a first come first served basis. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Permission forms are available in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

Wednesday, February 6th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Swim! And tomorrow, Academy Liaisons.

In celebration of Black History month, during the month of February, we will be reading a daily quote:

“Have a vision. Be demanding.” -Colin Powell, retired four-star general

in the United States Army, National Security Advisor, and Chairman of the

Joint Chiefs of Staff.

In addition to a daily quote, during the month of February, SGA’s Black History month committee will be presenting their second annual speaker series. The Speaker series will include influential and amazing African American individuals. Join us tomorrow at 3:00 pm in the Multipurpose room to hear Mrs. Ida Wright speak. Mrs. Wright is Vice Chairman and School Board member representing District 2. We are excited for her to come, and we hope to see you there!

Congrats to Lady Buccaneers with a win in the first round of District play last night against Pine Ridge. Tonight they will play Atlantic at Father Lopez @ 5:15pm. We would love to see as many Buccaneer fans in the stands as possible. The cost is $6.00. Last night leading scorers were Jasmyn Dorsey 19 points, Leesha Henry 14, Jordan Elder 12 and Lanecia Gardner 10.

National Signing Day 2019 is today during lunch in the Media Center. You are invited to celebrate with the players, coaches and families. Hope to see you there!

Today is the last day to order your International Club Valentine’s Day Pocky Gram Chocolate snack and origami heart with global message for on-campus delivery during Valentine’s day to that special someone. See any International club student or Mrs. Woodbury 2-326.

International Club meeting tomorrow during lunch in 2-326. Please bring your supply for Asian celebration plus pocky gram preorder form and money.

All Envirothon participants will meet in room 1-313 tomorrow.

There will be a mandatory TEAMS meeting for all members and interested potential members this Friday, February 8 in Mrs. Dodd’s room 2-222 during lunch. If you cannot make this meeting, see Mrs. Dodd before lunch Friday.

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

Seniors…the senior t-shirts are on sale in the Activities Office before and after school and during lunch. Short sleeved $10 and long sleeved $12.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets are now on sale in the Activities Office through Friday, February 22 on a first come first served basis. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Permission forms are available in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

Tuesday, February 5th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….SGA! And tomorrow, Swim.

In celebration of Black History month, during the month of February, we will be reading a daily quote:

“WHATEVER WE BELIEVE ABOUT OURSELVES AND OUR ABILITY COMES TRUE FOR US.” – Susan L. Taylor is an American editor, writer, and journalist. In 1994, American Libraries referred to Taylor as, “the most influential black woman in journalism today.”

In addition to a daily quote, during the month of February, SGA’s Black History month committee will be presenting their second annual speaker series. The Speaker series will include influential and amazing African American individuals. Speakers will be visiting our campus on Thursday, February 7, Thursday, February 21 and Thursday, February 28 at 3:00 pm in the Multipurpose room. Join us this Thursday at 3:00pm. Ida Wright will be speaking. Mrs. Wright is Vice Chairman and School Board member representing District 2. We are excited for her to come, and we hope to see you there!

Yesterday, the Boys Tennis Team opened up the season with a victory against the New Smyrna Beach Barracudas. The team was led by Luis Fernandez with an 8-0 victory and Jash Patel with an 8-1 victory. Canon Menez and Jose Vasquez came up with big wins as well. Congratulations to the Bucs on the first win of the season. See them in action next week when they face De Land away on Tuesday!

Girls interested in Flag Football: meeting today during lunch in the Multipurpose Room.

All Envirothon participants please meet in room 1-313 today and Thursday of this week.

National Signing Day 2019 is tomorrow, February 6, during lunch in the Media Center. You are invited to celebrate with the players, coaches and families. Hope to see you there!

Tomorrow is the last day to order your International Club Valentine’s Day Pocky Gram Chocolate snack and origami heart with global message for on-campus delivery during Valentine’s day to that special someone. See any International club student or Mrs. Woodbury 2-326.

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

Seniors…the senior t-shirts are on sale in the Activities Office before and after school and during lunch. Short sleeved $10 and long sleeved $12.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets are now on sale in the Activities Office through Friday, February 22 on a first come first served basis. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Permission forms are available in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc is sponsoring a “College & Scholarship Bootcamp” @ Bethune Cookman University on Saturday, February 16th from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM in the Carl S, Swisher Memorial Library. Today is the registration deadline for the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority College & Scholarship Bootcamp at Bethune Cookman. Information flyer located in the Resource Room 1-238, in Student Services. This “bootcamp” will be providing assistance with: Admission or Scholarship Essays, Building a Resume’, College Applications, Financial aid Information, and Scholarship Applications. Interested students need to RSVP by 02/05/2019 at 386-955-1913 – Students will need to give their name, alpha id and high school.

Monday, February 4th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Firefighting! And tomorrow, SGA.

In celebration of Black History month, during the month of February, we will be reading a daily quote:

“HATE IS TOO GREAT OF A BURDEN TO BEAR. IT INJURES THE HATER MORE THAN IT INJURES THE HATED.”

– CORETTA SCOTT KING, AUTHOR, ACTIVIST, AND CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER

Congratulations to the 14 varsity baseball players and 18 JV baseball players selected for the 2019 Mainland High School Baseball program. Practice begins immediately after school today.

Girls interested in Flag Football: meeting tomorrow during lunch in the Multipurpose Room.

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

It’s time for International Club Valentine’s Day Pocky Gram! Chocolate snack and origami heart with global message for on-campus delivery during Valentine’s day to that special someone. Order by this Wednesday! See International club students or Mrs. Woodbury 2-326.

Seniors…the senior t-shirts are here and are on sale during lunch in the courtyard and activities office. Short sleeved $10 and long sleeved $12.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets are now on sale in the Activities Office through Friday, February 22 on a first come first served basis. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial

obligations must be paid. Permission forms are available in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

The Palmetto Club Scholarship

* Amount: $1,00.00

* Deadline: March 25, 2019 – submit to Resource Room

* Requirements:

* Deserving young lady in need of financial assistance.

* Submit: one page summary about herself and her future plans.

* Additional requirements for submission stated on application.

Linda Crisp Scholarship Fund

* Amount: $1,00.00

* Deadline: March 29, 2019 via Email or mail

* Requirements:

* Applicant should be able to demonstrate present academic promise and commitment, as well as a present commitment to serving others.

* Additional criteria for submission stated on application.

VVA 1048 (Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 1048)

There are TWO separate scholarship opportunities with a total of (4) $500 scholarships (two $500 awards for each available scholarship)

* Amount: $500.00 (may only apply for ONE scholarship)

* Deadline: March 29, 2019

* Requirements:

* Must be a child or grandchild of a US Veteran (any era) or be a member of the JROTC, CAP or SEA Cadet.

* Submit: Minimum 500 word essay, (2) letters of recommendation.

* Additional requirements for submission stated on application.

* IMPORTANT: Please be mindful that “presentation” can either count for or against applicant.

OPPORTUNITIES:

From the Office of the Governor: 2019 Black History Month Essay Contest

* Amount: 4-year Florida College Plan Scholarship

* Deadline: March 4, 2019 @ 5:00pm * Submitted online at www.FloridaBlackHistory.com or mailed to Volunteer Florida

* Requirements:

* Essay written around this year’s Black History Month Theme, “Celebrating Public Service”.

* Open to ALL students (9-12 grade) * Information available online at www.FloridaBlackHistory.com and also in the Resource Room 1-238.

Princeton Summer Journalism Program

* What: a FREE 10-day journalism program hosted at Princeton University for high-achieving, low-income high school juniors.

* Deadline: Friday, February 15, 2019 @ 11:59pm

* Apply online at: psjp.princeton.edu * Questions – email: psjp@princeton.edu

Applications and information for all is available in the Resource Room 1-238 in Student Services.

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc is sponsoring a “College & Scholarship Bootcamp” @ Bethune Cookman University on Saturday, February 16th from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM in the Carl S, Swisher Memorial Library. This “bootcamp” will be providing assistance with: Admission or Scholarship Essays, Building a Resume’, College Applications, Financial aid Information, and Scholarship Applications. Interested students need to RSVP by 02/06/2019 at 386-955-1913 – Students will need to give their name, alpha id and high school.

Friday, February 1st

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Volleyball! And Monday, Firefighting.

In celebration of Black History month, during the month of February, we will be reading a daily quote:

“I’m not concerned with your liking or disliking me… All I ask is that you respect me as a human being.” –Jackie Robinson, Professional baseball player.

Congratulations to the Lady Buccaneers on their final regular season game against Orlando Christian Prep 50-48. The Lady Buccaneers will start District play on February 5-9 at Father Lopez.

Media Center will be closed during lunch today.

Mandatory Rotary and Key Club meeting today in Media center during lunch.

Girls interested in Flag Football: meeting on Tuesday during lunch in the Multipurpose Room.

Volusia County Community Forum tomorrow from 9:00am-2:00pm here at Mainland. Breakout sessions include Financial Literacy, the Scholarship Process, Academic Opportunities and Graduation Assurance. Door Prizes! Refreshments and Lunch provided.

ASVAB is scheduled for March 27th at 11:15am in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this Spring, please stop by student services to sign up. Please make sure you have transportation home as the test will end after school.

It’s time for International Club Valentine’s Day Pocky Gram! Chocolate snack and origami heart with global message for on-campus delivery during Valentine’s day to that special someone. Order by February 6th! See International club students or Mrs. Woodbury 2-326.

Seniors…the senior t-shirts are here and will go on sale today during lunch in the courtyard and activities office. Short sleeved $10 and long sleeved $12.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets will go on sale in the Activities Office on Monday, February 4 through Friday, February 22. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Start checking now in bookkeeping and activities to make sure you don’t have any obligations. Permission forms are available now in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

Attention seniors: New scholarship opportunities available

Daytona Express Track & Field Club

* Amount: $250.00

* Deadline: Must be post marked by April 15, 2019 via email or mail.

* Requirements:

* Must have participated on Daytona Express Track Club

* Have a minimum 3.0 GPA

* Write a 500 word essay on ‘Why it is important to give back to your community and if you are granted an opportunity to give back to your community what would you do?’

American Legion Riders Chapter 267 Scholarship

* Amount: $1,000.00

* Deadline: Turn in to Resource Room/Guidance Department by March 25, 2019

* Requirements:

* Student should be a child of an active duty military member, military veteran or a be a member of the ROTC Program.

* Accepted to a college for the 2019/2020 school year.

* Compose a 200 word essay on your family and the need for this award.

Daytona State College S-STAR Scholarship

* Amount: in-state tuition plus books and educational fees, up to $2,750.00 per semester

* Deadline: email to DSC by May 2019

* Requirements:

* Specific to STEM students enrolled full-time at DSC.

* Minimum 3.0 GPA

* Additional requirements stated on application.

Applications and information are available in the Resource Room 1-238 in Student Services.

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc is sponsoring a “College & Scholarship Bootcamp” @ Bethune Cookman University on Saturday, February 16th from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM in the Carl S, Swisher Memorial Library. This “bootcamp” will be providing assistance with: Admission or Scholarship Essays, Building a Resume’, College Applications, Financial aid Information, and Scholarship Applications. Interested students need to RSVP by 02/06/2019 at 386-955-1913 – Students will need to give their name, alpha id and high school.

Thursday, January 31st

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Art Club! And tomorrow, Volleyball.

Volusia County Community Forum this Saturday, February 2 from 9:00am-2:00pm here at Mainland. Breakout sessions include Financial Literacy, the Scholarship Process, Academic Opportunities and Graduation Assurance. Door Prizes! Refreshments and Lunch provided.

It’s time for International Club Valentine’s Day Pocky Gram! Chocolate snack and origami heart with global message for on-campus delivery during Valentine’s day to that special someone. Order by February 6th! See International club students or Mrs. Woodbury 2-326.

Seniors…the senior t-shirts are here and will go on sale today during lunch in the courtyard and activities office. Short sleeved $10 and long sleeved $12.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets will go on sale in the Activities Office on Monday, February 4 through Friday, February 22. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Start checking now in bookkeeping and activities to make sure you don’t have any obligations. Permission forms are available now in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

Attention seniors: Another scholarship opportunity available—Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. for $1,000. Application must be postmarked no later than Friday, March 25. See your counselor for an application and more details. Also, please visit Mainlandhighschool.org “Scholarship Page” for other scholarship opportunities.

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc is sponsoring a “College & Scholarship Bootcamp” @ Bethune Cookman University on Saturday, February 16th from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM in the Carl S, Swisher Memorial Library. This “bootcamp” will be providing assistance with: Admission or Scholarship Essays, Building a Resume’, College Applications, Financial aid Information, and Scholarship Applications. Interested students need to RSVP by 02/06/2019 at 386-955-1913 – Students will need to give their name, alpha id and high school.

Wednesday, January 30th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Academic Team! And tomorrow, Art Club.

Environmental science club will meet today in 1-313 during lunch.

Attention Hairspray Cast: There is no rehearsal today. Rehearsals will resume tomorrow and run Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Art Club has been cancelled after school today.

Attention seniors: Another scholarship opportunity available—Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. for $1,000. Application must be postmarked no later than Friday, March 25. See your counselor for an application and more details. Also, please visit Mainlandhighschool.org “Scholarship Page” for other scholarship opportunities.

Volusia County Community Forum this Saturday, February 2 from 9:00am-2:00pm here at Mainland. Breakout sessions include Financial Literacy, the Scholarship Process, Academic Opportunities and Graduation Assurance. Door Prizes! Refreshments and Lunch provided.

It’s time for International Club Valentine’s Day Pocky Gram! Chocolate snack and origami heart with global message for on-campus delivery during Valentine’s day to that special someone. Order by February 6th! See International club students or Mrs. Woodbury 2-326.

Seniors…the senior t-shirts are here and will go on sale tomorrow during lunch in the courtyard and activities office. Short sleeved $10 and long sleeved $12.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets will go on sale in the Activities Office on Monday, February 4 through Friday, February 22. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Start checking now in bookkeeping and activities to make sure you

don’t have any obligations. Permission forms are available now in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc is sponsoring a “College & Scholarship Bootcamp” @ Bethune Cookman University on Saturday, February 16th from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM in the Carl S, Swisher Memorial Library. This “bootcamp” will be providing assistance with: Admission or Scholarship Essays, Building a Resume’, College Applications, Financial aid Information, and Scholarship Applications. Interested students need to RSVP by 02/06/2019 at 386-955-1913 – Students will need to give their name, alpha id and high school.

Tuesday, January 29th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Girls Soccer! And tomorrow, Academic Team.

Congratulations to our Mainland Future Educators of America team! They competed at the State Leadership Conference over the weekend against 400 other high school students. Kiya Flynt took 3rd place in the Lesson Planning competition and the entire team took 2nd place in the Education Research competition! WAY TO GO FUTURE TEACHERS!

In honor of Celebrate Literacy Week, students are invited to meet three local authors: Lois Gerber, Veronica Hart, and Darlyn Kuhn today during lunch in the media center. See you there!

There will be an environmental science club meeting tomorrow, Wednesday in 1-313 during lunch.

Attention seniors: Another scholarship opportunity available—Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. for $1,000. Application must be postmarked no later than Friday, March 25. See your counselor for an application and more details. Also, please visit Mainlandhighschool.org “Scholarship Page” for other scholarship opportunities.

Volusia County Community Forum this Saturday, February 2 from 9:00am-2:00pm here at Mainland. Breakout sessions include Financial Literacy, the Scholarship Process, Academic Opportunities and Graduation Assurance. Door Prizes! Refreshments and Lunch provided.

It’s time for International Club Valentine’s Day Pocky Gram! Chocolate snack and origami heart with global message for on-campus delivery during Valentine’s day to that special someone. Order by February 6th! See International club students or Mrs. Woodbury 2-326.

Attention Seniors there are just 7 more spots left for Casual Portraits in the yearbook. The placement fee is $10. Please see Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

If you enjoy working with children and are a Junior or Senior seeking a job, see Coach Burton in room 1-268 for more information about this job opening.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets will go on sale in the Activities Office on Monday, February 4 through Friday, February 22. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Start checking now in bookkeeping and activities to make sure you don’t have any obligations. Permission forms are available now in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Monday, January 28th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Boys Basketball! And tomorrow, Girls Soccer.

Doug Dittmer continued his dominance in wrestling, taking home another 1st place medal at the tournament this past weekend. Freshmen Xavier Logan finished in 2nd while sophomore Devin Dorton and senior Luke Shealy were both knocked out 1 match from a medal.

Mainland’s Air Force Junior ROTC drill and color guard teams competed against 14 schools at Timber Creek High School on Saturday. Junior Alannis Guest led her regulation drill team to a second place finish along with taking home a trophy for top commander. Congratulations to all the teams who competed on a chilly and windy day.

Congratulations to our Mainland Volleyball girls who placed fifth overall this weekend and made the gold bracket at their AAU event. Good job by the whole squad. Buc Pride Never Dies!

Tonight is Senior night for Girls Basketball. We would love to see as many administration, faculty, staff and students show support for the Lady Buccaneers Basketball team as we say Thank you to 4 of our wonderful hardworking Seniors! Tonight is the last home game. The ceremony will start at 5:15pm. Game at 6:00pm. Also congratulations to Jordan Elder 16

Jasmyn Dorsey 19, Leesha Henry 21 against Atlantic as we played exceptionally well but lost 64-66. Saturday Leesha Henry also scored 32 points against Spruce Creek. Great Job ladies!

Reminder: All softball players to meet in Coach Moskovits’ room (2-313) by 3:00 for Study Hall today.

Baseball tryouts are finally here! Tryouts today immediately after school. Anyone trying out must have a physical and be cleared by the athletic trainers.

In honor of Celebrate Literacy Week, students are invited to meet three local authors: Lois Gerber, Veronica Hart, and Darlyn Kuhn.

Please plan to attend Tuesday, during lunch, in the media center.

See you there!

It’s time for International Club Valentine’s Day Pocky Gram! Chocolate snack and origami heart with global message for on-campus delivery during Valentine’s day to that special someone. Order by February 6th! See International club students or Mrs. Woodbury 2-326.

Attention Seniors there are just 7 more spots left for Casual Portraits in the yearbook. The placement fee is $10. Please see Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

If you enjoy working with children and are a Junior or Senior seeking a job, see Coach Burton in room 1-268 for more information about this job opening.

Volusia County Community Forum this Saturday, February 2 from 9:00am-2:00pm here at Mainland. Breakout sessions include Financial Literacy, the Scholarship Process, Academic Opportunities and Graduation Assurance. Door Prizes! Refreshments and Lunch provided.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets will go on sale in the Activities Office on Monday, February 4 through Friday, February 22. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Start checking now in bookkeeping and activities to make sure you don’t have any obligations. Permission forms are available now in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Friday, January 25th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Guild of Gamers! And Monday, Boys Basketball.

The Athletic Training room will be CLOSED after school today due to the basketball game. Students can turn in their completed physical forms during lunch or buc break.

Attention American Sign Language Club members! We will be having a planning meeting today during lunch in Mr. Holland’s room 2-321. Hope to see you all there!

Attention Seniors there are still 10 more spots left for Casual Portraits in the yearbook. The placement fee is $10. Please see Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Yearbooks are on sale for $60 until Feb 28. After February 28 yearbook prices will increase. Get it while you can for a low price. See Mrs Gardner in room 1-328 to order your yearbook.

If you enjoy working with children and are a Junior or Senior seeking a job, see Coach Burton in room 1-268 for more information about this job opening.

Daytona Lagoon is having 2 job fairs this week hosted at their facility! The first one will be tonight 4pm-8pm and the second one will be this Sunday 12pm-4pm. If you are looking for a summer job make sure you go check them out!

The Drama Club will meet for a very important lunch meeting, today in the auditorium. Please verify your membership so that we can order your club shirt. Also meet the new cast of the musical HAIRSPRAY!

Congratulations to

Maggie Brannan as Tracy

Joshua Lingo as Corny Collins

Michael Lopresti as Edna

Alex Giles & Grace Thompson as Penny

Emily Paul & Sophie Witt as Velma

Jackie Lecza & Leah Webber as Amber

Joel Lohman as Link

Xavier Harris as Seaweed

Aniyah Williams as Inez

Brianna Lorenz & Nazareth Williams as Motormouth Maybell

Jacob Reib as Wilbur and Mr. Pinky

Bernadette DeBerri as Prudy

Jasmine Waites, Kenli Jacobs,

Tyja Davis, & Amayah Watkins as The Dynamites

And Lily Flack, Matteo Harris, Jawon Amoje, Kacie Cox, James Hale, Ariana Spaulding, Alyssa Shaw, Daniel Schmitt

Alyssa Tucker, Hawleigh Turner, Eureana Smoak, Calissa Cliffin, Ashley Tenney, America Jones, Malayah Townsend, Yadiel Teron, & Gianna Pancrazio as our ensemble members.

Cast members, Please come after school today to get a printed or digital copy of the script. We will have a sing through and read through today and Monday after school.

Baseball tryouts are finally here! Tryouts start Monday, January 28 immediately after school. Anyone trying out must have a physical and be cleared by the athletic trainers.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets will go on sale in the Activities Office on Monday, February 4 through Friday, February 22. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Start checking now in bookkeeping and activities to make sure you don’t have any obligations. Permission forms are available now in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Wednesday, January 23rd

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Girls Cross Country! And tomorrow, Wrestling.

Mr. Bell and Mr. Thomas would like to see the following students in the chorus room during lunch, today, for final Hairspray callbacks.

Leah Webber

Jawon Amoje

Joel Lohman

Kacie Cox

Art Club has been cancelled today after school.

Once Upon a Child is looking for a few part time workers. Students must have transportation. See Coach Burton in room 1-268 for more details to apply.

Daytona Lagoon is having 2 job fairs this week hosted at their facility! The first one will be this Friday night 4pm-8pm and the second one will be this Sunday 12pm-4pm. If you are looking for a summer job make sure you go check them out!

Baseball tryouts are finally here! Tryouts start Monday, January 28 immediately after school. Anyone trying out must have a physical and be cleared by the athletic trainers.

Attention seniors: the following scholarship opportunities are now available:

1. For the children of UPS Employees or retirees that live in Florida

Application Deadline: April 1st

2. For students with disabilities who will attend one of the twelve (12) State Universities

Application Deadline: April 15th The applications are on line at: www.jsf.bz

All applications must be processed and/or mailed as directed in the applicable application.

Other scholarships available:

Darcy Akers Scholarship

This scholarship was established by the Rotary Club of Ormond Beach after the tragic death of a member’s daughter. Historically, the club has awarded a minimum of two – 4 year scholarships – distributing funds over a four year period, provided that the recipient continues to excel at the collegiate level. Application deadline: April 1, 2019

The Wanda and Janice Wilson Scholarship

Due Date: March 29, 2019

Application can be picked up from guidance counselors

500 word essay and acceptance letter required

Ormond By The Sea Lions Foundation, Inc

$1,000.00 Scholarship for a graduating senior who lives in Ormond by the Sea/Ormond Beach. Graduate must be planning to attend an accredited college, university, business, or trade school in 2019

2019 “Believing In Your Dreams” Scholarship Application – Embassy of Hope – Vince Carter Foundation

Requirements: Overall GPA of 3.0 or higher; MUST have played basketball, volleyball, and/or been an active member of a high school band (marching, concert, jazz, etc) for at least 2 years of high school.

PLEASE see your school counselor for more details/applications.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets will go on sale in the Activities Office on Monday, February 4 through Friday, February 22. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Start checking now in bookkeeping and activities to make sure you don’t have any obligations. Permission forms are available now in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Tuesday, January 22nd

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Softball! And tomorrow, Girls Cross Country.

Congrats to the Lady Buccaneers on their wins this weekend. Friday a big win against Evans and Saturday against Deltona. A special shout out to Tyierra Gardner with 16 points on Saturday. She had an exceptional game. The Lady Buccaneers are now 14-5 and 8-2 in the District.

In Wrestling news…Continued congratulations to Doug Dittmer for going 12-1 since the new year. Also, a shout out to Devin Dorton for going 2-1 at Saturday’s District tournament.

Once Upon a Child is looking for a few part time workers. Students must have transportation. See Coach Burton in room 268 Bldg 1 for more details to apply.

Environmental Club meeting at lunch today. Meet in Room 1-313.

Do you like competitive trivia? Are you interested in learning about the deep history of African American civil and pop culture? SGA will once again host a Black History Trivia Competition during the month of February. If interested, you can sign up during lunch in the courtyard today.

Attention all students interested in participating in track, tryouts begin today after school. You must have a physical on file to tryout and complete the entire athletic packet. If you have any questions please see Coach Anthony. Looking forward to another great season…Buc Pride Never Dies!!

Baseball tryouts are finally here! Tryouts start Monday, January 28 immediately after school. Anyone trying out must have a physical and be cleared by the athletic trainers.

Attention seniors: the following scholarship opportunities are now available:

1. For the children of UPS Employees or retirees that live in Florida

Application Deadline: April 1st

2. For students with disabilities who will attend one of the twelve (12) State Universities

Application Deadline: April 15th The applications are on line at: www.jsf.bz

All applications must be processed and/or mailed as directed in the applicable application

Other scholarships available:

The Wanda and Janice Wilson Scholarship

Due Date: March 29, 2019

Application can be picked up from guidance counselors

500 word essay and acceptance letter required

Ormond By The Sea Lions Foundation, Inc

$1,000.00 Scholarship for a graduating senior who lives in Ormond by the Sea/Ormond Beach. Graduate must be planning to attend an accredited college, university, business, or trade school in 2019

2019 “Believing In Your Dreams” Scholarship Application – Embassy of Hope – Vince Carter Foundation

Requirements: Overall GPA of 3.0 or higher; MUST have played basketball, volleyball, and/or been an active member of a high school band (marching, concert, jazz, etc) for at least 2 years of high school.

PLEASE see your school counselor for more details/applications.

Mr. Bell and Mr. Thomas would like to see the following students, after School in the Chorus Room for Hairspray Audition Call Backs:

Xavier Harris

Brianna Loren

Daniel Schmitt

Bernadette DeBerri

Grace Thompson

Leah Webber

Jacob Reib

Michael Lopresti

Jackie Lecza

Maggie Brannan

Alex Giles

Emily Paul

Aniyah Williams

Kacie Cox

Sophie Witt

Jawon Amoje

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets will go on sale in the Activities Office on Monday, February 4 through Friday, February 22. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Start checking now in bookkeeping and activities to make sure you don’t have any obligations. Permission forms are available now in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Friday, January 18th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….ASIM! And Tuesday, Softball.

Congrats to The Lady Buccaneers last night on another win! The Lady Bucs are now 12-5 and 7-2 in the District. Leading Scorers: Victoria Love 15, Jasmyn Dorsey 11, Jordan Elder 10. Lady Buccaneers play tonight at 6 at Mainland. We look forward to seeing you at the game!

ASIM’s second blood drive of the year will be held on Tuesday, January 22nd. Students interested in donating blood can sign up today during lunch in the courtyard. You must be at least 16 years old to donate. Each donation can save up to 3 lives so donate blood to save a life!

Once Upon a Child is looking for a few part time workers. Students must have transportation. See Coach Burton in room 268 Bldg 1 for more details to apply.

Do you like competitive trivia? Are you interested in learning about the deep history of African American civil and pop culture? SGA will once again host a Black History Trivia Competition during the month of February. If interested, you can sign up during lunch in the courtyard on Tuesday, January 22.

Attention all students interested in participating in track, tryouts are next week Jan 22nd-Jan 24th. You must have a physical on file to tryout and complete the entire athletic packet. If you have any questions please see Coach Anthony. Looking forward to another great season…Buc Pride Never Dies!!

Come out and support the Boys Soccer team and help recognize our Seniors for Senior Night tonight at Derbyshire park. JV game at 5:00pm, Varsity game begins at 7:00pm. Senior Night Festivities will begin around 6:30pm. We hope to see you there!

Attention seniors: the following scholarship opportunities are now available:

The Wanda and Janice Wilson Scholarship

Due Date: March 29, 2019

Application can be picked up from guidance counselors

500 word essay and acceptance letter required

Ormond By The Sea Lions Foundation, Inc

$1,000.00 Scholarship for a graduating senior who lives in Ormond by the Sea/Ormond Beach. Graduate must be planning to attend an accredited college, university, business, or trade school in 2019

2019 “Believing In Your Dreams” Scholarship Application – Embassy of Hope – Vince Carter Foundation

Requirements: Overall GPA of 3.0 or higher; MUST have played basketball, volleyball, and/or been an active member of a high school band (marching, concert, jazz, etc) for at least 2 years of high school.

PLEASE see your school counselor for more details/applications.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets will go on sale in the Activities Office on Monday, February 4 through Friday, February 22. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Start checking now in bookkeeping and activities to make sure you don’t have any obligations. Permission forms are available now in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Thursday, January 17th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Athletic Training! And tomorrow, ASIM.

ASIM’s second blood drive of the year will be held on Tuesday, January 22nd. Students interested in donating blood can sign up this week during lunch in the courtyard. You must be at least 16 years old to donate. Each donation can save up to 3 lives so donate blood to save a life!

Attention: Everyone interested in playing tennis this year, open court has been canceled today. Tryouts start Tuesday, January 22 at 3:00pm if you plan on being a part of the team measure you have been cleared to participate.

Any additional information please contact Coach McCoy in room 1-330

International Club meeting today during lunch in 2-326.

FCA meeting during lunch today in 2-104, the athletic training room.

Do you like competitive trivia? Are you interested in learning about the deep history of African American civil and pop culture? SGA will once again host a Black History Trivia Competition during the month of February. If interested, you can sign up during lunch in the courtyard on Tuesday, January 22.

Come out and support the Boys Soccer team and help recognize our Seniors for Senior Night this Friday at Derbyshire park. JV game at 5:00pm, Varsity game begins at 7:00pm. Senior Night Festivities will begin around 6:30pm. We hope to see you there!

Attention all students interested in participating in track, tryouts are next week Jan 22nd-Jan 24th. You must have a physical on file to tryout and complete the entire athletic packet. If you have any questions please see

Coach Anthony. Looking forward to another great season…Buc Pride Never Dies!!

Attention seniors: the following scholarship opportunities are now available:

Ormond By The Sea Lions Foundation, Inc

$1,000.00 Scholarship for a graduating senior who lives in Ormond by the Sea/Ormond Beach. Graduate must be planning to attend an accredited college, university, business, or trade school in 2019

2019 “Believing In Your Dreams” Scholarship Application – Embassy of Hope – Vince Carter Foundation

Requirements: Overall GPA of 3.0 or higher; MUST have played basketball, volleyball, and/or been an active member of a high school band (marching, concert, jazz, etc) for at least 2 years of high school.

PLEASE see your school counselor for more details/applications.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets will go on sale in the Activities Office on Monday, February 4 through Friday, February 22. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Start checking now in bookkeeping and activities to make sure you don’t have any obligations. Permission forms are available now in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Monday, January 14th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….AFJROTC! And tomorrow, Baseball.

Congrats to Mainland Girls basketball team who over the weekend had two District wins. The Lady Bucs are 10-4 overall and 5-2 in the District. Tonight they will be traveling to Deland–JV 5:30pm and Varsity 7:00pm please come out and support!

Congratulations to the girls varsity soccer for earning a 3-0 victory over Deltona! Getting the shut out in goal was Asia Hubbert and Leeshel Gaines.

Goals were scored by Katie Stoner and Shelby Lecate. Also, thank you to the fans that came out to cheer on the girls for senior night! The team is away at NSB today and Home tomorrow. Please come out and support them!

Congratulations to the wrestling team for their performance this weekend. Kamryn Mcclain and Doug Ditmer both went 4-0 at the district duals and Jade Jennings took home 4th place at the Lady Panther Classic in Orlando. Way to go Bucs!

Attention seniors: Today is the deadline for the Medallions of Excellence — If needed, please see your counselor for more details.

Attention seniors: the following scholarship opportunities are now available:

Ormond By The Sea Lions Foundation, Inc

$1,000.00 Scholarship for a graduating senior who lives in Ormond by the Sea/Ormond Beach. Graduate must be planning to attend an accredited college, university, business, or trade school in 2019

2019 “Believing In Your Dreams” Scholarship Application – Embassy of Hope – Vince Carter Foundation

Requirements: Overall GPA of 3.0 or higher; MUST have played basketball, volleyball, and/or been an active member of a high

school band (marching, concert, jazz, etc) for at least 2 years of high school.

PLEASE see your school counselor for more details/applications.

Auditions for Hairspray, the musical will continue Today and Tuesday after school in the chorus and final callback auditions will be held on Friday of this week. See Mr. Bell or Mr. Thomas for more information.

The Environmental Club is currently accepting members. The first meeting will be held tomorrow during lunch. Please see Ms. Ishee or Jade Jennings for more information.

There is a mandatory meeting for all those interested in playing softball this year tomorrow after school at 2:50 in room 2-313. Hope to see you then!

International Club meeting will be held this Thursday, January 17 during lunch in 2-326.

Attention all students interested in participating in track, tryouts are next week Jan 22nd-Jan 24th. You must have a physical on file to tryout and complete the entire athletic packet. If you have any questions please see Coach Anthony. Looking forward to another great season…Buc Pride Never Dies!!

ASIM’s second blood drive of the year will be held on Tuesday, January 22nd. Students interested in donating blood can sign up this week during lunch in the courtyard starting tomorrow. You must be at least 16 years old to donate. Each donation can save up to 3 lives so donate blood to save a life!

Do you like competitive trivia? Are you interested in learning about the deep history of African American civil and pop culture? SGA will once again host a Black History Trivia Competition during the month of February. We’ll need six teams with three participants each, if you’re interested in joining a team, please see Mrs. Rogers in the Activities in 1-260A.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets will go on sale in the Activities Office on Monday, February 4 through Friday, February 22. Tickets are $115.00. In

order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Start checking now in bookkeeping and activities to make sure you don’t have any obligations. Permission forms are available now in the Activities Office or Main Office.

Friday, January 11th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….GSA! And Monday, AFJROTC.

Attention seniors: the following scholarship opportunities are now available:

Ormond By The Sea Lions Foundation, Inc

$1,000.00 Scholarship for a graduating senior who lives in Ormond by the Sea/Ormond Beach. Graduate must be planning to attend an accredited college, university, business, or trade school in 2019

2019 “Believing In Your Dreams” Scholarship Application – Embassy of Hope – Vince Carter Foundation

Requirements: Overall GPA of 3.0 or higher; MUST have played basketball, volleyball, and/or been an active member of a high school band (marching, concert, jazz, etc) for at least 2 years of high school.

PLEASE see your school counselor for more details/applications.

Anyone interested in playing tennis for Mainland this 2018-2019 school year, there will be a short informational meeting today in the Multipurpose room during lunch. Open court start Tuesday, January 15 at 3:00pm. For additional information contact Coach McCoy in room 1-330.

Drama club meeting today in the PAC during lunch. All current members should check in to be added to the official club roster.

The Environmental Club is currently accepting members. The first meeting will be held Tuesday, Jan 15th during lunch. Please see Ms. Ishee or Jade Jennings for more information.

There is a mandatory meeting for all those interested in playing softball this year Tuesday, January 15th at 2:50 in room 2-313. Hope to see you then!

Attention all Juniors: Mr. and Miss Mainland applications are due today! Any questions, see Mrs. Rogers in the activities office. Be a part of this long-standing Mainland Tradition!

ASIM’s second blood drive of the year will be held on Tuesday, January 22nd. Students interested in donating blood can sign up next week during lunch in the courtyard starting Tuesday. You must be at least 16 years old to donate. Each donation can save up to 3 lives so donate blood to save a life!

Have you ever wanted to watch an elbow drop from the top rope? Is Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson your hero? Do you want to see someone go through a table? Well none of that will happen in high school wrestling but come support Mainland’s wrestling team anyway today at Flagler Palm Coast High school at 6:00pm or tomorrow at New Smryna High School at 11:00am. Looking forward to having Buccaneers support for our new team!

Tonight is senior night for the girls soccer team. Please come out and support them against Deltona. Game time is 6:00pm, but the festivities begin at 5:00pm. Hope to see you there!

Do you like competitive trivia? Are you interested in learning about the deep history of African American civil and pop culture? SGA will once again host a Black History Trivia Competition during the month of February. We’ll need six teams with three participants each, if you’re interested in joining a team, please see Mrs. Rogers in the Activities in 1-260A.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets will go on sale in the Activities Office on Monday, February 4 through Friday, February 22. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Start checking now in bookkeeping and activities to make sure you don’t have any obligations. Permission forms will be available next week

Thursday, January 10th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Wrestling! And tomorrow, GSA.

Congratulations to the Mainland Girls basketball team who defeated Lyman last night with a victory 56-42! Leading Scorer

Leesha Henry 21 pts 15 rebounds 5 assist and 6 steals

Jordan Elder 13 pts 5 steals

Nyasia James 7 pts 4 assist Way to go Bucs!

Have you ever wanted to watch an elbow drop from the top rope? Is Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson your hero? Do you want to see someone go through a table? Well none of that will happen in high school wrestling but come support Mainland’s wrestling team anyway Friday at Flagler Palm Coast High school or Saturday at New Smryna High School. Friday starts at 6 pm and Saturday starts at 11 am. Looking forward to having Buccaneers support for our new team.

Singers, dancers and actors are wanted for the Mainland High School Drama Department’s production of HAIRSPRAY. Auditions will begin today and tomorrow after school in the chorus room. Those trying out should have 16 bars of a song prepared and will also be asked to sing songs from the show. For more information, see Mr. Bell or Mr. Thomas.

Girls with STYLES will meet today at 3:00 pm in room 1-111. See Ms. Long with any questions.

Anyone interested in playing tennis for Mainland this 2018-2019 school year, there will be a short informational meeting in the gym Friday during lunch. Open court start Tuesday, January 15 at 3:00pm. For additional information contact Coach McCoy in room 1-330.

There is a mandatory meeting for all those interested in playing softball this year Tuesday, January 15th at 2:50 in room 2-313. Hope to see you then!

Attention all Juniors: Do you like to sing? Dance? Play an instrument? Have a special talent?? Mr. and Miss Mainland applications are available in

the main office and activities office and are due tomorrow! Any questions, see Mrs. Rogers in the activities office. Be a part of this long-standing Mainland Tradition!

Do you like competitive trivia? Are you interested in learning about the deep history of African American civil and pop culture? SGA will once again host a Black History Trivia Competition during the month of February. We’ll need six teams with three participants each, if you’re interested in joining a team, please see Mrs. Rogers in the Activities in 1-260A.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets will go on sale in the Activities Office on Monday, February 4 through Friday, February 22. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must be paid. Start checking now in bookkeeping and activities to make sure you don’t have any obligations. Permission forms will be available next week.

Wednesday, January 9th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Yearbook! And tomorrow, Wrestling.

Singers, dancers and actors are wanted for the Mainland High School Drama Department’s production of HAIRSPRAY. Auditions will begin this Thursday, and Friday, after school in the chorus room. Those trying out should have 16 bars of a song prepared and will also be asked to sing songs from the show. For more information, see Mr. Bell or Mr. Thomas.

Art club will meet this afternoon after school in Mrs. Wise’s room 1-128 from 3-4pm.

Girls with STYLES will meet tomorrow at 3:00 pm in room 1-111. See Ms. Long with any questions.

Attention all Juniors: Do you like to sing? Dance? Play an instrument? Have a special talent?? Mr. and Miss Mainland applications are now available in the main office and activities office. Applications are due this Friday, January 11. Be a part of this long-standing Mainland Tradition!

Do you like competitive trivia? Are you interested in learning about the deep history of African American civil and pop culture? SGA will once again host a Black History Trivia Competition during the month of February. We’ll need six teams with three participants each, if you’re interested in joining a team, please see Mrs. Rogers in the Activities in 1-260A.

Drivers Ed will be offered at Mainland High School on Tuesdays and Thursday from 3:00pm-5:30pm from January 24 through May 9. Registration forms will be available in student services today and can be turned in tomorrow. Students must have a learner’s permit. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

Attention Seniors: Grad Bash is Friday, April 5 at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Tickets will go on sale in the Activities Office on Monday, February 4 through Friday, February 22. Tickets are $115.00. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have a current Mainland student id, signed permission form, full payment, and all financial obligations must

be paid. Start checking now in bookkeeping and activities to make sure you don’t have any obligations. Permission forms will be available next week.

Tuesday, January 8th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Football! And tomorrow, Yearbook.

Singers, dancers and actors are wanted for the Mainland High School Drama Department’s production of HAIRSPRAY. Auditions will begin this Thursday, and Friday, after school in the chorus room. Those trying out should have 16 bars of a song prepared and will also be asked to sing songs from the show. For more information, see Mr. Bell or Mr. Thomas.

Girls with STYLES will meet this Thursday, January 10, at 3:00 pm in room 1-111. See Ms. Long with any questions.

Attention all Juniors: Do you like to sing? Dance? Play an instrument? Have a special talent?? Mr. and Miss Mainland applications are now available in the main office and activities office. Applications are due this Friday, January 11. Be a part of this long-standing Mainland Tradition!

Do you like competitive trivia? Are you interested in learning about the deep history of African American civil and pop culture? Last year SGA’s Black History month committee hosted their first ever Black History Trivia Competition and it was such a great experience for both the participants and the committee. This year we are looking to host another trivia event during the month of February. We’ll need six teams with three participants each, if you’re interested in joining a team, please see Mrs. Rogers in the Activities in 1-260A.

Drivers Ed will be offered at Mainland High School on Tuesdays and Thursday from 3:00pm-5:30pm from January 24 through May 9. Registration forms will be available in student services this Wednesday, January 9 and can be turned in Thursday, January 10. Students must have a learner’s permit. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

Monday, January 7th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Firefighting! And tomorrow, Football.

Attention students with schedule concerns…..If you are missing a class period on your schedule, report to student services during that class period. If you need to request a change, please report to all your classes today and you may pick up a schedule change request form in student services tomorrow morning.

Attention all Juniors: Do you like to sing? Dance? Play an instrument? Have a special talent?? Mr. and Miss Mainland applications are now available in the main office and activities office. Applications are due this Friday, January 11. Be a part of this long-standing Mainland Tradition!

Do you like competitive trivia? Are you interested in learning about the deep history of African American civil and pop culture? Last year SGA’s Black History month committee hosted their first ever Black History Trivia Competition and it was such a great experience for both the participants and the committee. This year we are looking to host another trivia event during the month of February. We’ll need six teams with three participants each, if you’re interested in joining a team and would like to participate, please see Mrs. Rogers in the Activities in 1-260A.

Drivers Ed will be offered at Mainland High School on Tuesdays and Thursday from 3:00pm-5:30pm from January 24 through May 9. Registration forms will be available in student services this Thursday, January 10 and can be turned in Friday, January 11. Students must have a learner’s permit. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

Tuesday, December 18

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Baseball! And tomorrow, Cheer.

Any Senior interested in applying for the Daytona Beach News Journal Medallions of Excellence, please see your guidance counselor for more information before break.

Varsity and JV Football players’ banquet is tomorrow night at 6:30pm in the MPR. If you have any questions, please see Coach Simpson.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Attention students interested in Cosmetology and/or Barbering programs at Daytona State College: there is a scholarship opportunity to assist with the purchase of kits required for these programs for the Spring 2019 and possibly Fall 2019 semesters. Applications for this scholarship are due this Wednesday. For more information stop by Student Services.

Attention all Juniors: Do you like to sing? Dance? Play an instrument? Have a special talent?? Start thinking about the Mr. and Miss Mainland competition. Applications will be available in the main office and activities office when we return from Winter Break and will be due that Friday, January 11. Be a part of this long-standing Mainland Tradition!

Do you like competitive trivia? Are you interested in learning about the deep history of African American civil and pop culture? Last year SGA’s Black History month committee hosted their first ever Black History Trivia Competition and it was such a great experience for both the participants and the committee. This year we are looking to host another trivia event during the month of February. We’ll need six teams with three participants each, if you’re interested in joining a team and would like to participate, please see Mrs. Rogers in the Activities in 1-260A.

Drivers Ed will be offered at Mainland High School on Tuesdays and Thursday from 3:00pm-5:30pm from January 24 through May 9. Registration forms will be available in student services after winter break on Thursday, January 10 and can be turned in Friday, January 11. Students must have a learner’s permit. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

Monday, December 17

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Track! And tomorrow, Baseball.

Great Job to the Lady Buccaneers this weekend in the Umatilla Shootout. They beat Leesburg High School with a score of 45-30. The Lady Bucs are now 5-3 for the season. Jordan Elder 14 pts/ 6 steals, Leesha Henry 12 pts /5 rebounds, Lauren Troutman & Keona Rivera both followed with 6 points.

The Lady Buccaneers will be home tomorrow against Pine Ridge at 5:30

Any Senior interested in applying for the Daytona Beach News Journal Medallions of Excellence, please see your guidance counselor for more information before break.

Varsity and JV Football players’ banquet is this Wednesday, December 19th at 6:30pm in the MPR. If you have any questions, please see Coach Simpson.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Attention students interested in Cosmetology and/or Barbering programs at Daytona State College: there is a scholarship opportunity to assist with the purchase of kits required for these programs for the Spring 2019 and possibly Fall 2019 semesters. Applications for this scholarship are due this Wednesday. For more information stop by Student Services.

Attention all Juniors: Do you like to sing? Dance? Play an instrument? Have a special talent?? Start thinking about the Mr. and Miss Mainland competition. Applications will be available in the main office and activities office when we return from Winter Break and will be due that Friday, January 11. Be a part of this long-standing Mainland Tradition!

Do you like competitive trivia? Are you interested in learning about the deep history of African American civil and pop culture? Last year SGA’s Black History month committee hosted their first ever Black History Trivia Competition and it was such a great experience for both the participants and the committee. This year we are looking to host another trivia event during the month of February. We’ll need six teams with three participants each, if you’re interested in joining a team and would like to participate, please see Mrs. Rogers in the Activities in 1-260A.

Drivers Ed will be offered at Mainland High School on Tuesdays and Thursday from 3:00pm-5:30pm from January 24 through May 9. Registration forms will be available in student services after winter break on Thursday, January 10 and can be turned in Friday, January 11. Students must have a learner’s permit. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

Thursday, December 13

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Wrestling! And tomorrow, GSA.

Media Center is closed during lunch today.

International Club meeting will be held today during lunch in Mrs. Woodbury’s room.

FCA’s last Huddle meeting of 2018 is today in the Multipurpose Room during lunch.

There is a mandatory lunch meeting for all Rotary and Key club members today in media center, everyone must attend.

Senior Superlative voting will take place tomorrow during lunch only. The ballots have been posted on social media.

Rotary and Key club members are reminded that the annual Christmas club project is this Saturday. Report time is 8:30AM. Location is Granada Plaza corner of A1A and Granada Blvd.

The Drama Department is having a FLASH SALE on National Lampoon Christmas Vacation Tickets. Resale Tickets for students and faculty are just $5.00. You can get yours during lunch in the auditorium, today through Friday. And the shows are at 3 PM and 6 PM

Varsity and JV Football players’ banquet is Wednesday, December 19th at 6:30pm in the MPR. If you have any questions, please see Coach Simpson.

The Academy of Unified Arts will be holding their Winter Showcase tonight at 6:00PM in the Auditorium. Tickets are $7.00 at the door and the show will feature our Band, Chorus, and Drama Departments with Dance being represented by the Lady Bucs Dance and Drill Team, Majorettes, and Mirage Color Guard and a performance from our MHS Orchestra as well!

Attention students interested in Cosmetology and/or Barbering programs at Daytona State College: there is a scholarship opportunity to assist with the

purchase of kits required for these programs for the Spring 2019 and possibly Fall 2019 semesters. Applications for this scholarship are due by December 19. For more information stop by Student Services.

Attention all Juniors: Do you like to sing? Dance? Play an instrument? Have a special talent?? Start thinking about the Mr. and Miss Mainland competition. Applications will be available in the main office and activities office when we return from Winter Break and will be due that Friday, January 11. Be a part of this long-standing Mainland Tradition!

Do you like competitive trivia? Are you interested in learning about the deep history of African American civil and pop culture? Last year SGA’s Black History month committee hosted their first ever Black History Trivia Competition and it was such a great experience for both the participants and the committee. This year we are looking to host another trivia event during the month of February. We’ll need six teams with three participants each, if you’re interested in joining a team and would like to participate, please see Mrs. Rogers in the Activities in 1-260A.

Drivers Ed will be offered at Mainland High School on Tuesdays and Thursday from 3:00pm-5:30pm from January 24 through May 9. Registration forms will be available in student services after winter break on Thursday, January 10 and can be turned in Friday, January 11. Students must have a learner’s permit. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Wednesday, December 12

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Yearbook! And tomorrow, wrestling.

Congratulations to the Mainland Girls Basketball team for a victory over Calvary last night 60-16. The Lady Bucs are 4-1. Leading Scorers were: Keyona Rivera 13 pts/8 rebounds, Leesha Henry 7 pts/4 assist, Jordan Elder 23 pts/3 rebounds. Tonight will be the Lady Bucs first home game against District Champs Father Lopez starting at 2:30 with JV girls; 4:00 JV boys; 5:30 Varsity girls & 7:00 Varsity boys. Thanks for your support!

International Club meeting will be held tomorrow during lunch in Mrs. Woodbury’s room.

FCA’s last Huddle meeting of 2018 is tomorrow in the Multipurpose Room during lunch.

There is a mandatory lunch meeting for all Rotary and Key club members tomorrow in media center, everyone must attend.

Senior Superlative voting will take place Friday, December 14 during lunch only. The ballots have been posted on social media.

Rotary and Key club members are reminded that the annual Christmas club project is this Saturday. Report time is 8:30AM. Location is Granada Plaza corner of A1A and Granada Blvd.

The Drama Department is having a FLASH SALE on National Lampoon Christmas Vacation Tickets. Resale Tickets for students and faculty are just $5.00. You can get yours during lunch in the auditorium, today through Friday. And the shows are at 3 PM and 6 PM

Varsity and JV Football players’ banquet is Wednesday, December 19th at 6:30pm in the MPR. If you have any questions, please see Coach Simpson.

The Academy of Unified Arts will be holding their Winter Showcase tomorrow night at 6:00PM in the Auditorium. Tickets are $7.00 at the door and the show will feature our Band, Chorus, and Drama Departments with

Dance being represented by the Lady Bucs Dance and Drill Team, Majorettes, and Mirage Color Guard and a performance from our MHS Orchestra as well! Our Visual Arts will be featured with pieces on display throughout the event! Come out and celebrate the holidays with the Mainland High School AUA this Thursday, December 13th at 6:00PM!

Attention students interested in Cosmetology and/or Barbering programs at Daytona State College: there is a scholarship opportunity to assist with the purchase of kits required for these programs for the Spring 2019 and possibly Fall 2019 semesters. Applications for this scholarship are due by December 19. For more information stop by Student Services.

Attention all Juniors: Do you like to sing? Dance? Play an instrument? Have a special talent?? Start thinking about the Mr. and Miss Mainland competition. Applications will be available in the main office and activities office when we return from Winter Break and will be due that Friday, January 11. Be a part of this long-standing Mainland Tradition!

Do you like competitive trivia? Are you interested in learning about the deep history of African American civil and pop culture? Last year SGA’s Black History month committee hosted their first ever Black History Trivia Competition and it was such a great experience for both the participants and the committee. This year we are looking to host another trivia event during the month of February. We’ll need six teams with three participants each, if you’re interested in joining a team and would like to participate, please see Mrs. Rogers in the Activities in 1-260A.

Drivers Ed will be offered at Mainland High School on Tuesdays and Thursday from 3:00pm-5:30pm from January 24 through May 9. Registration forms will be available in student services after winter break on Thursday, January 10 and can be turned in Friday, January 11. Students must have a learner’s permit. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Tuesday, December 11

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Football! And tomorrow, Yearbook.

International Club meeting will be held on Thursday December 13th during lunch time at Mrs. Woodbury’s room.

FCA’s last Huddle meeting of 2018 is this Thursday Dec 13th in the Multipurpose Room during lunch.

Rotary and Key Club meeting will be held this Thursday during lunch in the Media Center.

Varsity and JV Football players’ banquet is Wednesday, December 19th at 6:30pm in the MPR. If you have any questions, please see Coach Simpson.

The Academy of Unified Arts will be holding their Winter Showcase this Thursday, December 13th at 6:00PM in the Auditorium. Tickets are $7.00 at the door and the show will feature our Band, Chorus, and Drama Departments with Dance being represented by the Lady Bucs Dance and Drill Team, Majorettes, and Mirage Color Guard and a performance from our MHS Orchestra as well! Our Visual Arts will be featured with pieces on display throughout the event! Come out and celebrate the holidays with the Mainland High School AUA this Thursday, December 13th at 6:00PM!

Attention students interested in Cosmetology and/or Barbering programs at Daytona State College: there is a scholarship opportunity to assist with the purchase of kits required for these programs for the Spring 2019 and possibly Fall 2019 semesters. Applications for this scholarship are due by December 19. For more information stop by Student Services.

Students and faculty, you don’t want to miss the Drama Department’s LIVE version of National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation this Saturday December 15th at 2 and 6 PM. Tickets are $8.00.

Attention all Juniors: Do you like to sing? Dance? Play an instrument? Have a special talent?? Start thinking about the Mr. and Miss Mainland competition. Applications will be available in the main office and activities

office when we return from Winter Break and will be due that Friday, January 11. Be a part of this long-standing Mainland Tradition!

Drivers Ed will be offered at Mainland High School on Tuesdays and Thursday from 3:00pm-5:30pm from January 24 through May 9. Registration forms will be available in student services after winter break on Thursday, January 10 and can be turned in Friday, January 11. Students must have a learner’s permit. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Friday, December 7th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Volleyball! And Monday, AFJROTC.

There will be no drama club meeting today, but at lunch, Mr. Bell would like to see anyone that will be working tech or crew for the Christmas Vacation show.

Varsity and JV Football players’ banquet is Wednesday, December 19th at 6:30pm in the MPR. If you have any questions, please see Coach Simpson.

Senior Superlative Nominations are during lunch today outside the Hall of History. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 if you are not campus at this times. Nomination forms will not be accepted after today.

The Academy of Unified Arts will be holding their Winter Showcase next Thursday, December 13th at 6:00PM in the Auditorium. Tickets are $7.00 at the door and the show will feature our Band, Chorus, and Drama Departments with Dance being represented by the Lady Bucs Dance and Drill Team, Majorettes, and Mirage Color Guard and a performance from our MHS Orchestra as well! Our Visual Arts will be featured with pieces on display throughout the event! Come out and celebrate the holidays with the Mainland High School AUA this Thursday, December 13th at 6:00PM!

Attention students interested in Cosmetology and/or Barbering programs at Daytona State College: there is a scholarship opportunity to assist with the purchase of kits required for these programs for the Spring 2019 and possibly Fall 2019 semesters. Applications for this scholarship are due by December 19. For more information stop by Student Services.

Students and faculty, you don’t want to miss the Drama Department’s LIVE version of National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation on Saturday December 15th at 2 and 6 PM. All tickets are $8.00 and will be available next week.

Drivers Ed will be offered at Mainland High School on Tuesdays and Thursday from 3:00pm-5:30pm from January 24 through May 9. Registration forms will be available in student services after winter break on

Thursday, January 10 and can be turned in Friday, January 11. Students must have a learner’s permit. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Thursday, December 6th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Academy Liaison Leaders! And tomorrow, Volleyball.

Congratulations to the girls varsity soccer team for earning a well-deserved victory last night. The ladies won 5-1 over Deltona. Scoring was led by Grace Harwlyk with 2 goals. Also scoring were Victoria Kerry, Katie Stoner

and Shelby Lacates. Sara Semler chipped in with an assist. Great job ladies! The team returns to action this Friday at Derbyshire at 6pm. Please come out and support them!

Varsity and JV Football players’ banquet is Wednesday, December 19th at 6:30pm in the MPR. If you have any questions, please see Coach Simpson.

JV football players there is a meeting today during lunch in Coach Simpson’s classroom in 2-134, regarding the banquet.

Senior Superlative Nominations are happening during lunch today and tomorrow outside the Hall of History. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 if you are not campus at those times. Nomination forms will not be accepted after tomorrow.

The academic team would like to invite you to our second Buc Talk of the year tonight in the Media Center at 5:45pm. Our teacher speaker will be Susana Mandell, student speaker Zach Scheuerman and community speaker Dr. Jim Cunningham. We will have snacks and music starting at 5:45pm, with the presentations starting at 6:00 and concluding by 7:00. Hope to see you there!

Attention students interested in Cosmetology and/or Barbering programs at Daytona State College: there is a scholarship opportunity to assist with the purchase of kits required for these programs for the Spring 2019 and possibly Fall 2019 semesters. Applications for this scholarship are due by December 19. For more information stop by Student Services.

Students and faculty, you don’t want to miss the Drama Department’s LIVE version of National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation on Saturday December 15th at 2 and 6 PM. All tickets are $8.00 and will be available next week.

Drivers Ed will be offered at Mainland High School on Tuesdays and Thursday from 3:00pm-5:30pm from January 24 through May 9. Registration forms will be available in student services after winter break on Thursday, January 10 and can be turned in Friday, January 11. Students must have a learner’s permit. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Softball canceled today; please stop by Coach Moskovits’s room after school for some brief but important information.

Wednesday, December 5th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Swim! And tomorrow, Academy Liaison Leaders.

Congratulations to Mainland Varsity Girls Basketball on their victory over New Smyrna Beach last night. The Lady Bucs are now 2-1 for the season.

Leading Scorer: Nyasia James 13 pts, Jordan Elder 13 pts and Leesha Henry followed with 8 pts. Varsity girls next game will be Friday at 6 pm against Seabreeze @ Seabreeze. Please come out and support your Lady Buccaneers. #BPND

Attention Seniors: cap and gown orders today during lunch in the Hall of History. $65.00 cash, check made out to Jostens or charge.

Attention Juniors: class ring orders today during lunch in the Hall of History.

Attention Jr. Civitan members and those interested in joining an organization devoted to service, scholarship, and success, there will be a meeting today in Ms. Conroy’s class room 1-316 during lunch. Please bring your membership applications, dues, and speeches if seeking a leadership position.

Senior Superlative Nominations are happening during lunch tomorrow and Friday outside the Hall of History. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 if you are not campus at those times. Nomination forms will not be accepted after Friday.

The academic team would like to invite you to our second Buc Talk of the year tomorrow night in the Media Center at 5:45pm. Our teacher speaker will be Susana Mandell, student speaker Zach Scheuerman and community speaker Dr. Jim Cunningham. We will have snacks and music starting at 5:45pm, with the presentations starting at 6:00 and concluding by 7:00. Hope to see you there!

Attention students interested in Cosmetology and/or Barbering programs at Daytona State College: there is a scholarship opportunity to assist with the purchase of kits required for these programs for the Spring 2019 and

possibly Fall 2019 semesters. Applications for this scholarship are due by December 19. For more information stop by Student Services.

Students and faculty, you don’t want to miss the Drama Department’s LIVE version of National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation on Saturday December 15th at 2 and 6 PM. All tickets are $8.00 and will be available next week.

Drivers Ed will be offered at Mainland High School on Tuesdays and Thursday from 3:00pm-5:30pm from January 24 through May 9. Registration forms will be available in student services after winter break on Thursday, January 10 and can be turned in Friday, January 11. Students must have a learner’s permit. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

Do you want to watch the Daytona State Men’s Basketball games for free? Just show your Mainland student id at any home game and you get in free! Next home game is tonight at 6:00pm in Building 310.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Tuesday, December 4th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….SGA! And tomorrow, Swim.

Our quote of the week this week: “Everything you can imagine is real.”

Pablo Picasso – a Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, stage designer, poet and playwright.

Congratulations to Mainland Varsity girls basketball team on their win against University High School with a score of 57-36! Leading Scorer: Jordan Elder 22pts, Leesha Henry 18 pts, Nyasia James 9 pts; 5 assists; 3 steals. The Lady Buccaneers play tonight at New Smyrna @ 6 pm and again Friday at Seabreeze. We look forward to seeing you at the game and thanks for your support! #BPND

Attention Seniors: cap and gown orders today and tomorrow during lunch in the Hall of History. $65.00 cash, check made out to Jostens or charge.

Attention Juniors: class ring orders today and tomorrow during lunch in the Hall of History.

Attention Jr. Civitan members and those interested in joining an organization devoted to service, scholarship, and success, there will be a meeting tomorrow in Ms. Conroy’s class room 1-316 during lunch. Please bring your membership applications, dues, and speeches if seeking a leadership position. Feel free to stop by prior to Wednesday for any questions you may have.

Senior Superlative Nominations are happening during lunch this Thursday and Friday outside the Hall of History. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 if you are not campus at those times. Nomination forms will not be accepted after Friday.

The academic team would like to invite you to our second Buc Talk of the year this Thursday in the Media Center at 5:45pm. Our teacher speaker will be Susana Mandell, student speaker Zach Scheuerman and community speaker Dr. Jim Cunningham. We will have snacks and music starting at

5:45pm, with the presentations starting at 6:00 and concluding by 7:00. Hope to see you there!

SGA is still collecting toys for Toys for Tots. You may drop off in the box in the main office or in the Activities office until after school on Wednesday. Clubs and sports who are collecting, SGA members will come by during 4th period on Thursday for final toy pick up.

Students and faculty, you don’t want to miss the Drama Department’s LIVE version of National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation on Saturday December 15th at 2 and 6 PM. All tickets are $8.00 and will be available next week.

Drivers Ed will be offered at Mainland High School on Tuesdays and Thursday from 3:00pm-5:30pm from January 24 through May 9. Registration forms will be available in student services after winter break on Thursday, January 10 and can be turned in Friday, January 11. Students must have a learner’s permit. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

Do you want to watch the Daytona State Men’s Basketball games for free? Just show your Mainland student id at any home game and you get in free! Next home game is tomorrow night at 6:00pm in Building 310.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Monday, December 3rd

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Firefighting! And tomorrow, SGA.

And the results are in for the Share Your Christmas food drive! Thanks to all who participated… in 3rd place, Mr. Simpson. In 2nd place, Master Sergeant Garthwaite and Major Miglioranzi. And our winner…..Mrs. Mandell! Congratulations!

Attention Seniors: cap and gown orders tomorrow and Wednesday during lunch in the Hall of History. $65.00 cash, check made out to Jostens or charge.

Attention Juniors: class ring orders tomorrow and Wednesday during lunch in the Hall of History.

Attention Jr. Civitan members and those interested in joining an organization devoted to service, scholarship, and success, there will be a meeting this Wednesday in Ms. Conroy’s class room 1-316 during lunch. Please bring your membership applications, dues, and speeches if seeking a leadership position. Feel free to stop by prior to Wednesday for any questions you may have.

Students and faculty, you don’t want to miss the Drama Department’s LIVE version of National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation on Saturday December 15th at 2 and 6 PM. All tickets are $8.00 and will be available next week.

Drivers Ed will be offered at Mainland High School on Tuesdays and Thursday from 3:00pm-5:30pm from January 24 through May 9. Registration forms will be available in student services after winter break on Thursday, January 10 and can be turned in Friday, January 11. Students must have a learner’s permit. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

Do you want to watch the Daytona State Men’s Basketball games for free? Just show your Mainland student id at any home game and you get in free! Next home game is Wednesday at 6:00pm in Building 310.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Friday, November 30th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….SEEB!

Congratulations to our varsity soccer team who beat Deltona High School 5-1 last night with goals from Luis Fernandez and Kai Lucas. Also, the JV team won Monday by 2 to 1 to University High School. Buc Pride, Never dies!

Congratulations to the Drama department for their stellar performance at the District Thespian Festival. The one-act cast and crew received an excellent rating. Jacob Reib and Bernadette DeBerri received All Star Cast member Awards and Grace Thompson received the Outstanding Technical award for costume design. Jacob Reib was also presented with a special acting award for his risk-taking performance. In addition, Bernadette DeBerri was awarded a superior rating for her monologue performances and is eligible to perform at the State Festival.

The Drama club will be meeting today during lunch in the auditorium.

Today is varsity equipment pick up day. During 7th pd Buc Time report to the gym and prepare to turn your equipment in.

Attention students, faculty and staff: there are free tickets available for the musical “A Christmas Carol” at the Peabody Auditorium this Sunday, December 2 at 2:00pm. See Mrs. Clifford in Building 5 during Buc Break, Buc Time or lunch to pick up tickets.

Attention Jr. Civitan members and those interested in joining an organization devoted to service, scholarship, and success, there will be a meeting next Wednesday 12/5 in Ms. Conroy’s class room 1-316 during lunch. Please bring your membership applications, dues, and speeches if seeking a leadership position. Feel free to stop by prior to Wednesday for any questions you may have.

Attention Seniors: cap and gown orders next Tuesday and Wednesday during lunch in the Hall of History. $65.00 cash, check made out to Jostens or charge.

Attention Juniors: class ring orders next Tuesday and Wednesday during lunch in the Hall of History.

Students and faculty, you don’t want to miss the Drama Department’s LIVE version of National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation on Saturday December 15th at 2 and 6 PM. All tickets are $8.00 and will be available next week.

Do you want to watch the Daytona State Men’s Basketball games for free? Just show your Mainland student id at any home game and you get in free! Next home game is tonight at 7:00pm in Building 310 vs Snead State Community College and tomorrow at 4:00pm vs Coastal Alabama North.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Thursday, November 29th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Art Club! And tomorrow, SEEB.

Huddle meeting today in the Athletic Training Room 2-104 today during lunch.

Boys and girls interested in track: Meeting today during lunch in the Multi-purpose room.

Attention Seniors: cap and gown orders next Tuesday and Wednesday during lunch in the Hall of History. $65.00 cash, check made out to Jostens or charge.

Attention Juniors: class ring orders next Tuesday and Wednesday during lunch in the Hall of History.

Do you want to watch the Daytona State Men’s Basketball games for free? Just show your Mainland student id at any home game and you get in free! Next home games are this Friday, November 30 at 7:00pm in Building 310 vs Snead State Community College and Saturday, December 1 at 4:00pm vs Coastal Alabama North.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Wednesday, November 28th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Boys Cross Country! And tomorrow, Art Club.

Boys and girls interested in track: Meeting tomorrow during lunch in the Multi-purpose room.

Attention Seniors: cap and gown orders next Tuesday and Wednesday during lunch in the Hall of History. $65.00 cash, check made out to Jostens or charge.

Attention Juniors: class ring orders next Tuesday and Wednesday during lunch in the Hall of History.

Do you want to watch the Daytona State Men’s Basketball games for free? Just show your Mainland student id at any home game and you get in free! Next home games are this Friday, November 30 at 7:00pm in Building 310 vs Snead State Community College and Saturday, December 1 at 4:00pm vs Coastal Alabama North.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Wish Mainland Wrestling good luck today in the first match in over a decade. The team has been putting in work over the last few weeks to prepare. If you’re interested in joining, come talk to Mr. Lawrence in room 1-215. Especially anybody under 120 pounds.

Tuesday, November 27th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Softball! And tomorrow, Boys Cross Country.

Attention Seniors: cap and gown orders next Tuesday and Wednesday during lunch in the Hall of History. $65.00 cash, check made out to Jostens or charge.

Attention Juniors: class ring orders next Tuesday and Wednesday during lunch in the Hall of History.

Boys and girls interested in track: Meeting this Thursday during lunch in the Multi-purpose room.

Do you want to watch the Daytona State Men’s Basketball games for free? Just show your Mainland student id at any home game and you get in free! Next home games are this Friday, November 30 at 7:00pm in Building 310 vs Snead State Community College and Saturday, December 1 at 4:00pm vs Coastal Alabama North.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Friday, November 16th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….ASIM! And when we return from break, Boys Basketball.

The Media Center will be closed during lunch today.

Do you want to watch the Daytona State Men’s Basketball games for free? Just show your Mainland student id at any home game and you get in free! Next home game is Tuesday, November 20 at 6:00pm in Building 310 vs West Oaks Academy. Thursday, November 22 at 4:00pm vs Gulf Coast State College and Saturday, November 24 at 4:00pm vs Polk State College.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Thursday, November 15th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Athletic Training! And tomorrow, ASIM.

FCA will be meeting during lunch today in the Athletic Training room.

SEEB will be holding a science night tonight from 5 till 6:30 in 2-132 and 2-134. Please plan on attending and bring you parents so that they can see all the wonderful things you are learning at Mainland.

Do you want to watch the Daytona State Men’s Basketball games for free? Just show your Mainland student id at any home game and you get in free! Next home game is Tuesday, November 20 at 6:00pm in Building 310 vs West Oaks Academy.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Wednesday, November 14th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Yearbook! And tomorrow, Athletic Training.

Mainland’s competitive teams took home 5 trophies at the first drill meet of the year at Treasure Coast on November 10th. The color guard team commanded by Junior Ashley Gross, with teammates Ashton Whited, Joseph Hopper, and Matthew McNally, took top honors in the Air Force color guard routine. The regulation drill team under the command of junior Alannis Guest, garnered a third-place finish in inspection and drill routine. Finally, the first-year drill team, commanded by senior Austin Larsen, earned a third place for their routine and a second place in inspection. Great job cadets!

Boys soccer team (JV and Varsity) is meeting today at 2:00 pm in the Multipurpose room.

SEEB will be holding a science night this Thursday from 5 till 6:30 in 2-132 and 2-134. Please plan on attending and bring you parents so that they can see all the wonderful things you are learning at Mainland.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Friday, November 9th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….GSA! And Tuesday, Football.

This week is National Key Club week, did you know Mainland’s Key Club provides over 15 community service events during the school year? Our current project is collecting funds for the after Halloween UNICEF Eliminate Project for maternal and neonatal tetanus. All proceeds benefit this project. We are challenging teachers and students to contribute just 50 cents each! Yes, only 2 quarters! Please drop off in the Media Center.

Drama club meeting for all of those participating in the Showcase this weekend and for those going to the district festival next weekend today at lunch in the auditorium. You must pick up a permission slip, today. See you at lunch in the auditorium.

Mainland’s new Speech and Debate program will be meeting on Wednesdays after school from 2:00-3:00pm beginning next Wednesday, November 14. Everyone is welcome to come find out more information about this fun, competitive, resume-boosting organization. If you have not already filled out an interest form, see Mrs. Paulson in room 1-157 before November 14. We look forward to seeing you!

Attention all club, sport and class reps: General Assembly meeting during lunch next Tuesday, November 13 in the Multi-purpose room. Bring your lunch so we can get started right away.

Tonight the Mainland Bucs take on Miami Northwestern! Come out and support the team at Daytona Stadium at 7:30pm. Tickets are $8 and parking is $5. Please note, student athletic passes are not valid for State playoff games.

Attention Students and teachers: The Mainland High School Academy of Unified Arts Drama Department proudly presents our FALL FOR THEATRE Showcase, featuring songs and scenes from the best of Broadway. Tomorrow night at 7:00pm in the Performing Arts Center. ADMISSION IS just $5 and Drama Club members with an All Access Membership card get in free.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Thursday, November 8th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Weightlifting! And tomorrow, GSA.

This week is National Key Club week, did you know Mainland’s Key Club provides over 15 community service events during the school year? Our current project is collecting funds for the after Halloween UNICEF Eliminate Project for maternal and neonatal tetanus. All proceeds benefit this project. We are challenging teachers and students to contribute just 50 cents each! Yes, only 2 quarters! Please drop off in the Media Center.

Boys and Girls interested in track: meeting during lunch today in the Multipurpose room.

Attention Buccaneers! The next American Sign Language Club meeting will be during lunch today in Mr. Holland’s room 2-321! We hope to see you there!

Boys soccer meeting today after school in Coach Santiago’s room 2-209.

Mainland’s new Speech and Debate program will be meeting on Wednesdays after school from 2:00-3:00pm beginning next Wednesday, November 14. Everyone is welcome to come find out more information about this fun, competitive, resume-boosting organization. If you have not already filled out an interest form, see Mrs. Paulson in room 1-157 before November 14. We look forward to seeing you!

Attention all club, sport and class reps: General Assembly meeting during lunch next Tuesday, November 13 in the Multi-purpose room. Bring your lunch so we can get started right away.

Attention Students and teachers: The Mainland High School Academy of Unified Arts Drama Department proudly presents our FALL FOR THEATRE Showcase, featuring songs and scenes from the best of Broadway. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10TH AT 7 PM. in the Performing Arts Center. ADMISSION IS just $5 and Drama Club members with an All Access Membership card get in free.

Tomorrow night the Mainland Bucs take on Miami Northwestern! Come out and support the team at Daytona Stadium at 7:30pm. Tickets are $8 and parking is $5. Please note, student athletic passes are not valid for State playoff games.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Wednesday, November 7th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Swim! And tomorrow, Weightlifting.

This week is National Key Club week, did you know Mainland’s Key Club provides over 15 community service events during the school year? Our current project is collecting funds for the after Halloween UNICEF Eliminate Project for maternal and neonatal tetanus. All proceeds benefit this project. We are challenging teachers and students to contribute just 50 cents each! Yes, only 2 quarters! Please drop off in the Media Center.

Art Club will meet today during lunch, instead of after school, in room 2-128.

Those interested in playing softball will have a brief informational meeting about fundraising right after school today from 1:45-2:00 in Coach Moskovits’ room 2-313.

Boys and Girls interested in track: meeting during lunch tomorrow in the Multipurpose room.

Attention Buccaneers! The next American Sign Language Club meeting will be during lunch tomorrow in Mr. Holland’s room! We hope to see you there!

Mainland’s new Speech and Debate program will be meeting on Wednesdays after school from 2:00-3:00pm beginning November 14. Everyone is welcome to come find out more information about this fun, competitive, resume-boosting organization. If you have not already filled out an interest form, see Mrs. Paulson in room 1-157 before November 14. We look forward to seeing you!

Attention Students and teachers: The Mainland High School Academy of Unified Arts Drama Department proudly presents our FALL FOR THEATRE Showcase, featuring songs and scenes from the best of Broadway. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10TH AT 7 PM. in the Performing Arts Center. ADMISSION IS just $5 and Drama Club members with an All Access Membership card get in free.

This Friday the Mainland Bucs take on Miami Northwestern! Come out and support the team this Friday at Daytona Stadium at 7:30pm. Tickets are $8 and parking is $5. Please note, student athletic passes are not valid for State playoff games.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Tuesday, November 6th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….SGA! And tomorrow, Swim.

This week is National Key Club week, did you know Mainland’s Key Club provides over 15 community service events during the school year? Our current project is collecting funds for the after Halloween UNICEF Eliminate Project for maternal and neonatal tetanus. All proceeds benefit this project. We are challenging teachers and students to contribute just 50 cents each! Yes, only 2 quarters! Please drop off in the Media Center.

Are you interested in serving others? Earning community service hours? Becoming an effective leader? And opening doors to hundreds of scholarship opportunities? Then come to our Jr. Civitan interest meeting today in the Multipurpose room during lunch. Pizza will be provided and served on a first come basis until we run out. All are welcome and encouraged to bring friends.

Those interested in playing softball will have a brief informational meeting about fundraising right after school tomorrow from 1:45-2:00 in Coach Moskovits’ room 2-313.

Boys and Girls interested in track: meeting during lunch on Thursday in the Multipurpose room.

Attention Buccaneers! The next American Sign Language Club meeting will be during lunch this Thursday in Mr. Holland’s room! We hope to see you there!

Mainland’s new Speech and Debate program will be meeting on Wednesdays after school from 2:00-3:00pm beginning November 14. Everyone is welcome to come find out more information about this fun, competitive, resume-boosting organization. If you have not already filled out an interest form, see Mrs. Paulson in room 1-157 before November 14. We look forward to seeing you!

Attention Students and teachers: The Mainland High School Academy of Unified Arts Drama Department proudly presents our FALL FOR

THEATRE Showcase, featuring songs and scenes from the best of Broadway. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10TH AT 7 PM. in the Performing Arts Center. ADMISSION IS just $5 and Drama Club members with an All Access Membership card get in free.

This Friday the Mainland Bucs take on Miami Northwestern! Come out and support the team this Friday at Daytona Stadium at 7:30pm. Tickets are $8 and parking is $5. Please note, student athletic passes are not valid for State playoff games.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Monday, November 5th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Bowling! And tomorrow, SGA.

In cross country action this weekend in Lecanto, FL Maddie Bronson ran a 20:12 to finish 15th and advance to the state finals this Saturday. Tyler Gilbert ran a 16:50 and finished 14th in the boys race and also advanced to the state meet!!! Grace Hawryluk ran a personal best of 21:45 to finish 33rd. Way to go runners and good luck at state this Saturday!! Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love!!

Are you interested in serving others? Earning community service hours? Becoming an effective leader? And opening doors to hundreds of scholarship opportunities? Then come to our Jr. Civitan interest meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, November 6th in the Multipurpose room during lunch. Pizza will be provided and served on a first come basis until we run out. All are welcome and encouraged to bring friends.

Boys and Girls interested in track: meeting during lunch on Thursday in the Multipurpose room.

Attention Buccaneers! The next American Sign Language Club meeting will be during lunch this Thursday in Mr. Holland’s room! We hope to see you there!

Attention Students and teachers: The Mainland High School Academy of Unified Arts Drama Department proudly presents our FALL FOR THEATRE Showcase, featuring songs and scenes from the best of Broadway. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10TH AT 7 PM. in the Performing Arts Center. ADMISSION IS just $5 and Drama Club members with an All Access Membership card get in free.

Mainland’s new Speech and Debate program will be meeting on Wednesdays after school from 2:00-3:00pm beginning November 14. Everyone is welcome to come find out more information about this fun, competitive, resume-boosting organization. If you have not already filled out an interest form, see Mrs. Paulson in room 1-157 before November 14. We look forward to seeing you!

Bucs it’s that time of the year again! SGA will be collecting non-perishable food items for WESH 2 News’ annual Share Your Christmas Food Drive. SGA will be holding a competition between the 4th period classes for the most collected cans/non-perishable food items! The winning class will receive a Chick-Fil-A nugget party!

Mainland is also participating in the Toys for Tots this season! SGA challenges your club or athletic organization to bring in new, unwrapped toys for the Toys for Tots effort. We will be collecting toys Monday, November 5 through Wednesday, November 28. The club/team with the most toys will win a pizza party! Not only are we challenging you, we are also challenging all Volusia County High Schools to participate. Winning school will receive the Trophy that Mainland won 2 years ago. Hopefully, it will come back here this year!

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Friday, November 2nd

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Volleyball! And Monday, Bowling.

Media Center will be closed during lunch today.

Mandatory Rotary and Key club meeting today in the Media Center. Be on time !!!!

Drama Club Members will meet today in the auditorium during lunch. Forms for Districts Festival are available and we will vote on our Annual Christmas Holiday Celebration.

Are you interested in serving others? Earning community service hours? Becoming an effective leader? And opening doors to hundreds of scholarship opportunities? Then come to our Jr. Civitan interest meeting Tuesday, November 6th in the Multipurpose room during lunch, or stop by room 1-316 and speak to Ms. Conroy. All are welcome and encouraged to bring friends.

Attention Students and teachers: The Mainland High School Academy of Unified Arts Drama Department proudly presents our FALL FOR THEATRE Showcase, featuring songs and scenes from the best of Broadway. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10TH AT 7 PM. in the Performing Arts Center. ADMISSION IS just $5 and Drama Club members with an All Access Membership card get in free.

Mainland’s new Speech and Debate program will be meeting on Wednesdays after school from 2:00-3:00pm beginning November 14. Everyone is welcome to come find out more information about this fun, competitive, resume-boosting organization. If you have not already filled out an interest form, see Mrs. Paulson in room 1-157 before November 14. We look forward to seeing you!

Bucs it’s that time of the year again! SGA will be collecting non-perishable food items for WESH 2 News’ annual Share Your Christmas Food Drive. SGA will be holding a competition between the 4th period classes for the most collected cans/non-perishable food items! The winning class will receive a Chick-Fil-A nugget party! Teachers, an email will be sent to you with the details.

Mainland is also participating in the Toys for Tots this season! SGA challenges your club or athletic organization to bring in new, unwrapped toys for the Toys for Tots effort. We will be collecting toys Monday, November 5 through Wednesday, November 28. The club/team with the most toys will win a pizza party! Not only are we challenging you, we are also challenging all Volusia County High Schools to participate. Winning school will receive the Trophy that Mainland won 2 years ago. Hopefully, it will come back here this year! Sponsors and coaches, an email will be sent to you with the details.

Underclassman picture retakes are November 6 and 7. If you missed picture day or want to retake your picture you must sign up in the front office.

Senior Cap and Gown photos will be taken on November 6 and 7. You must sign up in the front office.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Thursday, November 1st

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Academy Liaisons! And tomorrow, Volleyball.

Media Center will be closed during lunch tomorrow.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes Huddle meeting today during lunch in the athletic training room 2-104.

JV Football players today is the last day to clean out your football locker. During lunch and right after school come clean out your locker and turn your football equipment in. See Coach Mallory with any questions.

Mandatory Rotary and Key club meeting tomorrow in the Media Center. Be on time !!!!

Mainland’s new Speech and Debate program will be meeting on Wednesdays after school from 2:00-3:00pm beginning November 14. Everyone is welcome to come find out more information about this fun, competitive, resume-boosting organization. If you have not already filled out an interest form, see Mrs. Paulson in room 1-157 before November 14. We look forward to seeing you!

Underclassman picture retakes are November 6 and 7. If you missed picture day or want to retake your picture you must sign up in the front office.

Senior Cap and Gown photos will be taken on November 6 and 7. You must sign up in the front office.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Wednesday, October 31st

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Academic Team! And tomorrow, Academy Liaisons.

Girls cross country will have a meeting in Coach Mountcastle’s room 2-312 during lunch today. Don’t forget!!

Attention Seniors: Interested Seniors, the last day to sign up for the November 15th ASVAB is today. Please stop by student services to sign up.

Attention JV football: During Lunch and After school today and tomorrow we are doing Equipment returns and locker clean out. ALL JV football players who did not get moved up needs to come turn in their football equipment and clean out their locker. See Coach Mallory with any questions.

Mandatory Rotary and Key club meeting this Friday in the Media Center. Be on time !!!!

Mainland’s new Speech and Debate program will be meeting on Wednesdays after school from 2:00-3:00pm beginning November 14. Everyone is welcome to come find out more information about this fun, competitive, resume-boosting organization. If you have not already filled out an interest form, see Mrs. Paulson in room 1-157 before November 14. We look forward to seeing you!

Underclassman picture retakes are November 6 and 7. If you missed picture day or want to retake your picture you must sign up in the front office.

Senior Cap and Gown photos will be taken on November 6 and 7. You must sign up in the front office.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Tuesday, October 30th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Girls Soccer! And tomorrow, Academic Team.

Basketball managers will have an informational meeting today during lunch in the Multipurpose room.

Anybody interested in wrestling, there will be an interest meeting today in room 1-215 during lunch or after school. Make sure you have your physical.

Daytona State College has its open house tonight at 5:30pm. Interested students are encouraged to attend to find out more about the college and the programs it offers.

Attention Seniors: Interested Seniors, the last day to sign up for the November 15th ASVAB is tomorrow. Please stop by student services to sign up.

Mainland’s new Speech and Debate program will be meeting on Wednesdays after school from 2:00-3:00pm beginning November 14. Everyone is welcome to come find out more information about this fun, competitive, resume-boosting organization. If you have not already filled out an interest form, see Mrs. Paulson in room 1-157 before November 14. We look forward to seeing you!

Underclassman picture retakes are November 6 and 7. If you missed picture day or want to retake your picture you must sign up in the front office.

Senior Cap and Gown photos will be taken on November 6 and 7. You must sign up in the front office.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Monday, October 29th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Boys Soccer! And tomorrow, Girls Soccer.

PERT review session will take place during Buc Time today in the Multi-purpose room. Teachers, please take a look at the list of students that were emailed to you this morning by Mrs. Blum. There will be an announcement to dismiss them shortly.

Mr. Rades would like to congratulate the hard work and performance of the Robotics Competition Team at the VMA Showcase Battle-Bots Competition.

If you would like to join the Robotics Competition Team, there will be an open meeting Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 4 PM. This will be an informational meeting regarding upcoming events and membership guidelines.

The Girls Cross Country team competed at districts Saturday and saw some personal best times from Maddie Bronson, Grace Hawryluk, Bernadette DeBerri, and Hannah Gilbert!! The team was led by Maddie Bronson who finished third in 20:06 followed by Grace Hawryuk, twelfth, in 21:56 which advanced both runners to the regional meet this Saturday. Jordan Elder finished 17th in 22:30 followed by Bernadette DeBerri (23:44), Angel Khrino, Hannah Gilbert (24:50), and Katie Mahon. Way to go ladies!!!!

The Boys Cross Country Team also had a great showing at the District event. The team was led by Tyler Gilbert who placed 5th overall. He ran a blistering pace, finishing in 16 minutes and 54 seconds. No really, blistering, you should see his heels…..haha. Tyler will be advancing to the Regional meet next Saturday. All of the other Boys Cross Country runners finished with Personal Records. Congrats to Arnie Collins, Noah Demarsico, Jonah Reilly, Michael Santmier, Sam Dyer and Austin Teters. Great job fellas! Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love!!

On Friday the boys and girls swim teams competed in the district meet. The girls finished 7th and the boys finished 6th. The following swimmers will be spending the week preparing for the Regional Meet on Saturday, many in multiple events: Grace Scheuerman, Sofia Rivera, Tabitha Stephens, Francesca DeMorales, Jessilyn Bryant, Logan Linehan, Austin Grunder,

Nathan Brown, Zach Scheuerman, Travis Ford, Chris Sandoval, Austin Teters, Cayden Sheffield. Way to go Bucs!

College admissions rep from Florida Atlantic University will be in the courtyard at lunch today. If you’re interested in FAU, stop by their table!

Basketball managers will have an informational meeting tomorrow during lunch in the Multipurpose room.

Daytona State College has its open house tomorrow night at 5:30pm. Interested students are encouraged to attend to find out more about the college and the programs it offers.

Anybody interested in wrestling, there will be an interest meeting tomorrow in room 1-215 during lunch or after school. Make sure you have your physical.

Attention Seniors: Interested Seniors, the last day to sign up for the November 15th ASVAB is this Wednesday Oct. 31st, please stop by student services to sign up.

Mainland’s new Speech and Debate program will be meeting on Wednesdays after school from 2:00-3:00pm beginning November 14. Everyone is welcome to come find out more information about this fun, competitive, resume-boosting organization. If you have not already filled out an interest form, see Mrs. Paulson in room 1-157 before November 14. We look forward to seeing you!

Underclassman picture retakes are November 6 and 7. If you missed picture day or want to retake your picture you must sign up in the front office.

Senior Cap and Gown photos will be taken on November 6 and 7. You must sign up in the front office.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Teachers, at this time please dismiss those students on the list for PERT review to report to the Multipurpose room.

Friday. October 26th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Guild of Gamers! And Monday, Boys Soccer.

This week is Red Ribbon Week and October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Each day we will read about these two very important topics.

More than 80 million people participate in Red Ribbon week each year. Mainland High school SGA would like to thank you for participating in this week’s prevention activities.

Over 3.3 million breast cancer survivors are alive in the United States today.

Congratulations to the Buc News Network Production Crew on another great episode. To any student or staff interested in watching the newest episode of BNN search ” Mainland High School” on YouTube and click on our Channel. Make sure to subscribe!

Congratulations to Abigail Bange on winning the Mainland High Instagram Giveaway. Abigail won two free tickets to the Mainland-Seabreeze Football Game Tonight. Remember to follow Mainland on Instagram for more Free Giveaways in the future 😊

Attention all girls who plan to play flag football this season, there is a mandatory meeting immediately after school today in the cafeteria.

Basketball managers will have an informational meeting on Tuesday during lunch in the Multipurpose room.

Mainland’s new Speech and Debate program will be meeting on Wednesdays after school from 2:00-3:00pm beginning November 14. Everyone is welcome to come find out more information about this fun, competitive, resume-boosting organization. If you have not already filled out an interest form, see Mrs. Paulson in room 1-157 before November 14. We look forward to seeing you!

Attention: anyone interested in playing tennis this school year please pick up a flyer in the Main Office for the first fundraiser. Also make sure you have

been cleared by the athletic department for the upcoming open tennis so you will be able to participate. Coach McCoy is looking forward to seeing her returning players and some fresh new players. For any additional information contact Coach McCoy in room 1-330.

Come tailgate with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes before the Seabreeze game today at Daytona Stadium! There will be food, fellowship and games. See Mr. Pinyan, Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Conquest, Ms. Conroy or Mr. Sharick for more information. To get up to date information, join the Remind group at @bucsfca

Anybody interested in wrestling, there will be an interest meeting Tuesday, October 30th in room 1-215 during lunch or after school. Make sure you have your physical.

Senior Cap and Gown photos will be taken on November 6 and 7. You must sign up in the front office.

College rep from Florida Atlantic University will be in the courtyard at lunch on Monday. If you’re interested in FAU, stop by their table!

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Attention Seniors: ASVAB is scheduled for November 15th after lunch in 1-321 K. If you are a senior and interested in taking the ASVAB this fall, please stop by student services to sign up.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Thursday, October 25th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Weightlifting! And tomorrow, Guild of Gamers.

This week is Red Ribbon Week and October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Each day we will read about these two very important topics.

Red Ribbon Week was created to bring awareness to the pressing matter of Drug Abuse. Red Ribbon Week gives participants a chance to stand up and oppose drugs in a unified fashion.

Although breast cancer in men is rare, an estimated 2,470 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer and approximately 460 will die each year.

Boys Basketball will meet today during lunch in the Multi-purpose room. Anyone interested in tryouts for Boys Basketball and basketball managers should attend this meeting. See Coach Giddens with any questions.

Girls basketball meeting today at the beginning of lunch in the gym. There will be very important information pertaining to physicals and tryouts. Please be on time.

International Club will meet today during lunch in room 2-326. We will be accepting club dues of $15 and field trip forms and fees.

Attention all girls who plan to play flag football this season, there is a mandatory meeting immediately after school tomorrow.

You are cordially invited to the first BucTalks of our fifth season! It will be held tonight in the Media Center with refreshments served at 5:45 and our speakers beginning their presentations at 6:00 P.M. Our Speakers will include: Faculty member: Ms. Kelsey Moskovits, Student speaker: Christian Caserta, Our Community speaker: couldn’t be here, so Mr. Hilburn will be speaking in his place! We hope you can join the Academic Team for this festive occasion!

Mainland’s new Speech and Debate program will be meeting on Wednesdays after school from 2-3 beginning November 14. Everyone is welcome to come find out more information about this fun, competitive, resume-boosting organization. If you have not already filled out an interest form, see Mrs. Paulson in room 1-157 before November 14. We look forward to seeing you!

Attention: anyone interested in playing tennis this school year please pick up a flyer in the Main Office for the first fundraiser. Also make sure you have been cleared by the athletic department for the upcoming open tennis so you will be able to participate. Coach McCoy is looking forward to seeing her returning players and some fresh new players. For any additional information contact Coach McCoy in room 1-330.

Come tailgate with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes before the Seabreeze game tomorrow at Daytona Stadium! There will be food, fellowship and games. See Mr. Pinyan, Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Conquest, Ms. Conroy or Mr. Sharick for more information. To get up to date information, join the Remind group at @bucsfca

Anybody interested in wrestling, there will be an interest meeting Tuesday, October 30th in room 1-215 during lunch or after school. Make sure you have your physical.

Spirit Days this week:

Today: Crusty Crab Day

Friday, Oct. 26: Blue & Gold spirit day

Dress your best this week Bucs, because as a daily activity for spirit week, SGA will be holding a fashion show during lunch and choosing one winner to receive a pair of tickets for an upcoming Mainland Basketball game. Also, there are still 4 crabs hidden around our campus. Find one and turn in to the Activities Office 1-260A to win a pair of tickets to the Mainland vs. Seabreeze game this Friday. Good luck Bucs!

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Attention Seniors: ASVAB is scheduled for November 15th after lunch in 1-321 K. If you are a senior and interested in taking the ASVAB this fall, please stop by student services to sign up.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Wednesday, October 24th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Girls Cross Country! And tomorrow, Weightlifting.

This week is Red Ribbon Week and October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Each day we will read about these two very important subjects.

Drug abuse is a very serious issue. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse over 72,000 Americans died from Drug Abuse in 2017 alone. If you or a loved one is struggling with this issue please seek help, and remember “Life is your journey, travel drug free.”

Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among women.

On Monday Jordan Elder represented Mainland at the Region 4 Girls Golf Tournament. What a great job for this being Jordan’s first year of golfing!

Boys Basketball meeting tomorrow during lunch in the Multi-purpose room. Anyone interested in tryouts for Boys Basketball Team should attend. Also, basketball managers should attend this meeting. See Coach Giddens with any questions.

Girls basketball there will be a quick meeting tomorrow during lunch in the gym at the beginning of lunch. There will be very important information pertaining to physicals and tryouts. Please be on time.

International Club will meet tomorrow during lunch in room 2-326. We will be accepting club dues of $15 and field trip forms and fees.

Attention: anyone interested in playing tennis this school year please pick up a flyer in the Main Office for the first fundraiser. Also make sure you have been cleared by the athletic department for the upcoming open tennis so you will be able to participate. Coach McCoy is looking forward to seeing her returning players and some fresh new players. For any additional information contact Coach McCoy in room 1-330.

ASIM’s first blood drive of the year will be held tomorrow. Students interested in donating blood can sign up during lunch in the courtyard today. You must be at least 16 years old to donate. Each donation can save up to 3 lives so donate today to save a life!

Come tailgate with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes before the Seabreeze game this Friday at Daytona Stadium! There will be food, fellowship and games. See Mr. Pinyan, Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Conquest, Ms. Conroy or Mr. Sharick for more information. To get up to date information, join the Remind group at @bucsfca

Anybody interested in wrestling, there will be an interest meeting Tuesday, October 30th in room 1-215 during lunch or after school. Make sure you have your physical.

Spirit Days this week:

Today: Culture Day #DrugFreeCulture

Thursday, Oct 25: Crusty Crab Day

Friday, Oct. 26: Blue & Gold spirit day

Dress your best this week Bucs, because as a daily activity for spirit week, SGA will be holding a fashion show during lunch and choosing one winner to receive a pair of tickets for an upcoming Mainland Basketball game. Also, there are still 7 crabs hidden around our campus. Find one and turn in to the Activities Office 1-260A to win a pair of tickets to the Mainland vs. Seabreeze game this Friday. Good luck Bucs!

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Attention Seniors: ASVAB is scheduled for November 15th after lunch in 1-321 K. If you are a senior and interested in taking the ASVAB this fall, please stop by student services to sign up.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Tuesday, October 23rd

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Softball! And tomorrow, Girls Cross Country.

This week is Red Ribbon Week and October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Each day we will read about these two very important subjects.

Red is the is the official color of Red Ribbon Week. A high school friend of Enrique Camarena, Henry Lozano, and Congressman Duncan Hunter wore red ribbons to show their opposition to drugs.

Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women.

There will be an informational meeting for Cheerleading tryouts for basketball season today in the Multipurpose room at lunch. Tryout packets will be available at this meeting and in the main office. Tryouts are November 5th, 6th, and 7th after school. If you have any questions, see Coach Kraynak in 1-317.

Boys Basketball meeting this Thursday during lunch in the Multi-purpose room. Anyone interested in tryouts for Boys Basketball Team should attend. Also, basketball managers should attend this meeting. See Coach Giddens with any questions.

International Club will meet on Thursday during lunch in room 2-326. We will be accepting club dues of $15 and field trip forms and fees.

ASIM’s first blood drive of the year will be held this Thursday, October 25th. Students interested in donating blood can sign up during lunch in the courtyard through tomorrow. You must be at least 16 years old to donate. Each donation can save up to 3 lives so donate today to save a life!

Come tailgate with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes before the Seabreeze game this Friday at Daytona Stadium! There will be food, fellowship and games. See Mr. Pinyan, Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Conquest, Ms. Conroy or Mr. Sharick for more information. To get up to date information, join the Remind group at @bucsfca

Anybody interested in wrestling, there will be an interest meeting Tuesday, October 30th in room 1-215 during lunch or after school. Make sure you have your physical.

Spirit Days this week:

Today: Pink Out to bring awareness to Breast Cancer

Wednesday, Oct 24: Culture Day #DrugFreeCulture

Thursday, Oct 25: Crusty Crab Day

Friday, Oct. 26: Blue & Gold spirit day

Dress your best this week Bucs, because as a daily activity for spirit week, SGA will be holding a fashion show during lunch and choosing one winner to receive a pair of tickets for an upcoming Mainland Basketball game. Also, there are still 7 crabs hidden around our campus. Find one and turn in to the Activities Office 1-260A to win a pair of tickets to the Mainland vs. Seabreeze game this Friday. Good luck Bucs!

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later than December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Attention Seniors: ASVAB is scheduled for November 15th after lunch in 1-321 K. If you are a senior and interested in taking the ASVAB this fall, please stop by student services to sign up.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Monday, October 22nd

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Boys Basketball! And tomorrow, Softball.

This week is Red Ribbon Week and October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Each day we will read about these two very important subjects.
What is Red Ribbon Week? Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention awareness campaign in the Nation. Red Ribbon Week started after the death of a Drug Enforcement Special Agent named Enrique “Kiki” Camarena. A National Family Partnership took place soon after his death in 1985 and the first National Red Ribbon took place 1988.
One in eight women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime.

Boys soccer tryouts begin today. All interested boys should report to the back field at 3 pm. Each player must bring cleats and shin guards.

Girls soccer tryouts start today at 4pm. We look forward to seeing you out there!
There will be an informational meeting for Cheerleading tryouts for basketball season tomorrow in the MPR at lunch. Tryout packets will be available at this meeting and in the main office next week and tryouts are November 5th, 6th, and 7th after school. If you have any questions, see Coach Kraynak in 1-317.

ASIM’s first blood drive of the year will be held this Thursday, October 25th. Students interested in donating blood can sign up during lunch in the courtyard through Wednesday. You must be at least 16 years old to donate. Each donation can save up to 3 lives so donate today to save a life!

Fall Job Fair that was scheduled tomorrow night has been cancelled by the District.

Come tailgate with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes before the Seabreeze game this Friday at Daytona Stadium! There will be food, fellowship and games. See Mr. Pinyan, Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Conquest, Ms. Conroy or Mr. Sharick for more information. To get up to information, join the Remind group at @bucsfca

Anybody interested in wrestling, there will be an interest meeting Tuesday, October 30th in room 1-215 during lunch or after school. Make sure you have your physical.

Today begins both Beat Seabreeze and Red Ribbon week. It will be a fun-filled spirit week with a lineup of activities and games taking place during lunch every day of next week. Stop by the Activities Office if you’d like to sign up to participate in the games. The spirit days are as follows:

Monday, Oct. 22: Sweats Day #Beingdrugfreeisnosweat
Tuesday, Oct. 23: Pink Out to bring awareness to Breast Cancer
Wednesday, Oct 24: Culture Day #DrugFreeCulture
Thursday, Oct 25: Crusty Crab Day
Friday, Oct. 26: Blue & Gold spirit day

Dress your best this week Bucs, because as a daily activity for spirit week, SGA will be holding a fashion show during lunch and choosing one winner to receive a pair of tickets for an upcoming Mainland Basketball game. Also, starting today, there will be a total 10 hidden crabs around our campus. Find one and turn in to the Activities Office 1-260A to win a pair of tickets to the Mainland vs. Seabreeze game this Friday. Good luck Bucs!

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later that December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Attention Seniors: ASVAB is scheduled for November 15th after lunch in 1-321 K. If you are a senior and interested in taking the ASVAB this fall, please stop by student services to sign up.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Friday, October 19th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….ASIM! And Monday, Boys Basketball.

Congratulations to JV football! They defeated New Smyrna Beach last night 28-9! Way to go Bucs!

Teachers, please refer to the email sent by Mrs. Blum yesterday afternoon regarding the PERT review taking place during Buc Time today in the Multi-purpose room. Please take a minute to review the list of students and an announcement will be made to dismiss them shortly.

Anyone interested in playing tennis this school year please meet with Coach McCoy today at lunch in room 1-330. Please, all previous tennis players please see coach McCoy today.

Boys soccer tryouts begin on Monday. All interested boys should report to the back field on Monday at 3 pm. Each player must bring cleats and shin guards.

Girls soccer tryouts start Monday at 4pm. We look forward to seeing you out there!
There will be an informational meeting for Cheerleading tryouts for basketball season on Tuesday, October 23rd in the MPR at lunch. Tryout packets will be available at this meeting and in the main office next week and tryouts are November 5th, 6th, and 7th after school. If you have any questions, see Coach Kraynak in 1-317.

ASIM’s first blood drive of the year will be held next Thursday, October 25th. Students interested in donating blood can sign up during lunch in the courtyard starting today through Wednesday. You must be at least 16 years old to donate. Each donation can save up to 3 lives so donate today to save a life!

Fall Job Fair that was scheduled next Tuesday, October 23rd has been cancelled by the District.

Anybody interested in wrestling, there will be an interest meeting Tuesday, October 30th in room 1-215 during lunch or after school. Make sure you have your physical.

Monday, Oct. 22 is the commencement of both Beat Seabreeze and Red Ribbon week. It will be a fun-filled spirit week with a lineup of activities and games taking place during lunch each day of next week. The spirit days are as follows:

Monday, Oct. 22: Sweats Day #Beingdrugfreeisnosweat
Tuesday, Oct. 23: Pink Out to bring awareness to Breast Cancer
Wednesday, Oct 24: Culture Day #DrugFreeCulture
Thursday, Oct 25: Crusty Crab Day
Friday, Oct. 26: Blue & Gold spirit day

If you are interested in participating in any of the games that will be taking place next week, please report to the Activities office, 1-260A for more information! Dress your best next week Buccaneers, as a daily activity for spirit week, SGA will be holding a fashion show during lunch and choosing one winner to receive a pair of tickets for an upcoming Mainland Basketball game. Also, starting Monday, Oct.22 there will be a total 10 hidden crabs around our campus. Find one for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the Mainland vs. Seabreeze game that’ll take place on Friday, Oct. 26. Good luck Bucs!

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later that December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Attention Seniors: ASVAB is scheduled for November 15th after lunch in 1-321 K. If you are a senior and interested in taking the ASVAB this fall, please stop by student services to sign up.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Teachers, please dismiss those students on the list for the PERT review at this time and have them report to the Multi-purpose room.

Thursday, October 18th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Athletic Training! And tomorrow, ASIM.

The Boy’s golf team recently played at DubsDread golf course in Orlando for the district championship. Tyler Reese qualified to move on to the Regional tournament next week and a chance to qualify to the state championship. Chappell Goodroe and Nick DeJulio played outstanding. They both had personal bests in District play. Chappell narrowly missed going on to the Regional tournament and Nick just a few shots away. Coach Garner would like to congratulate the golfers that worked so hard to get better through the year and for doing so great at the District Tournament. Both Chappell and Nick will have a great chance at making it to state next year. Great Job Bucs!

Attention FFEA members or anyone who wants to join Florida Future Educators of America, there will be a meeting TODAY during lunch. Please bring your lunch and meet in Ms. Frevel’s classroom – room 5-113 – to talk about the upcoming competitions!

Attention all girls interested in playing basketball this year, there will be a meeting in the multipurpose room during lunch today.

FCA’s huddle meeting is today during lunch in the Athletic Training room 2-104.

International Club meeting will be held today during lunch in 2-326, Mrs. Woodbury’s room. Bring your lunch!

Monday, Oct. 22 is the commencement of both Beat Seabreeze and Red Ribbon week. It will be a fun-filled spirit week with a lineup of activities and games taking place during lunch each day of next week. The spirit days are as follows:

Monday, Oct. 22: Sweats Day #Beingdrugfreeisnosweat

Tuesday, Oct. 23: Pink Out to bring awareness to Breast Cancer

Wednesday, Oct 24: Culture Day #DrugFreeCulture

Thursday, Oct 25: Crusty Crab Day

Friday, Oct. 26: Blue & Gold spirit day

If you are interested in participating in any of the games that will be taking place next week, please report to the Activities office, 1-260A for more information! Dress your best next week Buccaneers, as a daily activity for spirit week, SGA will be holding a fashion show during lunch and choosing one winner to receive a pair of tickets for an upcoming Mainland Basketball game. Also, starting Monday, Oct.22 there will be a total 10 hidden crabs around our campus. Find one for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the Mainland vs. Seabreeze game that’ll take place on Friday, Oct. 26. Good luck Bucs!

Mark your calendar for a High School Job Fair for seasonal hire here at Mainland High School next Tuesday, October 23rd from 6 – 8 pm in the cafeteria. This is a one-day job fair to meet and talk with employers. Dress for success and bring multiple copies of your resume.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later that December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Attention Seniors: ASVAB is scheduled for November 15th after lunch in 1-321 K. If you are a senior and interested in taking the ASVAB this fall, please stop by student services to sign up.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Wednesday, October 17th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Cheer! And tomorrow, Athletic Training.

To recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, today’s Country is the Dominican Republic. The capital is Santo Domingo. Fun facts: National bird is the Palmchat. It’s the 2nd largest island in the Caribbean. Sugar Processing is the main industry. And it’s best known for Punta Cana, one of the most popular tourist areas on the island known for beautiful beaches and world class golf courses. “It takes a lot of courage to face up to things you can’t do because we feed ourselves so much denial.” Zoe Saldana, a Dominican-American actress and dancer.

Congratulations to the boys bowling team as they defeated FPC by a score of 7 to zero. On senior night the boys were led by Chris Boice and Jash Patel. Great job boys and good luck tomorrow against Spruce Creek.

The girls bowling team fell to FPC but had another great effort from Tatyana Hollins. Good luck tomorrow girls!

Last night our Mainland Volleyball team faced Father Lopez in the District Semi-Finals. The girls played a fierce match against the Green Waves but fell short. The whole team has played great all season long and we are so proud of all of the hard work the girls have put in this season. Great efforts by the coaching staff too. Our end of season gathering is October 27th. Please RSVP with Coach Valle. Players are to turn in their uniforms by Friday, October 19th to Coach Valle. #BucPrideNeverDies

Teachers, please dismiss the AVID students at 8:05 a.m. this morning for a field trip to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. An email was sent to you this morning.

FCA’s huddle meeting is tomorrow during lunch in the Athletic Training room 2-104.

International Club meeting will be held tomorrow during lunch in 2-326, Mrs. Woodbury’s room. Bring your lunch!

Mark your calendar for a High School Job Fair for seasonal hire here at Mainland High School next Tuesday, October 23rd from 6 – 8 pm in the cafeteria. This is a one-day job fair to meet and talk with employers. Dress for success and bring multiple copies of your resume.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later that December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Attention Seniors: ASVAB is scheduled for November 15th after lunch in 1-321 K. If you are a senior and interested in taking the ASVAB this fall, please stop by student services to sign up.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Tuesday, October 16th

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Baseball! And tomorrow, Cheer.

To recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, today’s Country is Belize. Belize is not only famous for their beautiful jungles and pristine beaches, but also holds historical relevance as it is home to over 900 Mayan sites. In Belize, fast food restaurants common to us such as McDonalds, Burger King, KFC, or Starbucks are nonexistent, even in their capital: Belmopan. Belize is also home to over 366,954 people, all of whom share English as their official language. “Creation was not finished at the dawn of the Earth, but creation continues, and we have a lot to do to make the world a better place.” George Cadle Price, former Belizean statesman and the head of government.

The girls golf team participated in their district tournament yesterday. Representing Mainland were Jayla Toby, Mar’Kia Rimini and Jordan Elder. Jordan advances to next week’s Regional tournament. Nice job ladies and congratulations on a good season.

Congratulations to the varsity Mainland Volleyball team for their victory against Pine Ridge which means they won the first round of district play. Top performers were Gabby Minenna with 11 kills and 2 blocks and 3 aces and Alexa Wilson with 22 kills and 24 digs and Vanessa Cervantes and Bella Truxall with a combined 41 assists.

General Assembly meeting today during lunch in the Multi-purpose room.

Juniors and Seniors: Jostens will be here today for Cap and gown and class ring orders in the Hall of History during lunch.

Are you interested in learning American Sign Language or want to practice your skills? Come out to the new ASL Club starting today after school in Mr. Holland’s room 2-321!!

International Club meeting will be held this Thursday 10/18 during lunch in 2-326, Mrs. Woodbury’s room. Bring your lunch!

Mark your calendar for a High School Job Fair for seasonal hire, sponsored by Career Source, here at Mainland High School next Tuesday, October 23rd from 6 – 8 pm in the cafeteria. This is a one-day job fair to meet and talk with employers. Dress for success and bring multiple copies of your resume.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later that December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Attention Seniors: ASVAB is scheduled for November 15th after lunch in 1-321 K. If you are a senior and interested in taking the ASVAB this fall, please stop by student services to sign up.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Friday, October 12th

Attention All students: All students are required to wear their Mainland-issued school id any time you are on Mainland’s campus.

Please note, if you attend a game at the Daytona Stadium, backpacks are not permitted.

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….GSA! And Tuesday, Baseball.
To recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, today’s Country is Nicaragua. The beautiful country of Nicaragua is what approximately 6 million people call home. When tourists get a chance to visit they can relax and enjoy the beautiful beaches, nature, and architecture that Nicaragua has to offer. It is also home to the oldest city in central America, Leon Viejo which is over 1500 years old. “It’s always good to look back, to see where you’ve come from.” Nora Astorga, Nicaraguan Guerilla Fighter, Politician and Judge.

If you lost a necklace, please stop by the Activities Office.

Media Center will be closed today during lunch.

Are you interested in learning American Sign Language or want to practice your skills? Come out to the new ASL Club starting Tuesday Oct 16th in Mr. Holland’s room (2-321), after school from 3-4pm!!

The Girls soccer team is having a carwash tomorrow from 10-2 right here at Mainland. Please come out and support them!!

Mark your calendar for a High School Job Fair for seasonal hire, sponsored by Career Source, here at Mainland High School on Tuesday, October 23rd from 6 – 8 pm in the cafeteria. This is a one-day job fair to meet and talk with employers. Dress for success and bring multiple copies of your resume.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later that December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Attention Seniors: ASVAB is scheduled for November 15th after lunch in 1-321 K. If you are a senior and interested in taking the ASVAB this fall, please stop by student services to sign up.

Juniors and Seniors: Jostens will be here next Tuesday for Cap and gown and class ring orders.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Thursday, October 11th

Attention All students: All students are required to wear their Mainland-issued school id any time you are on Mainland’s campus.

Please note, if you attend a game at the Daytona Stadium, backpacks are not permitted.

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Weightlifting! And tomorrow, GSA.

To recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, today’s Country is Honduras. The beautiful country of Honduras is located in central America with a population of 8 million as of 2017. Honduras’s capital is Tegucigalpa. Honduras’s official currency is “lempiras”. Honduras is known for their natural resources, mineral, coffee and tropical fruit. Check out the poster in the Hall of History to learn more about Honduras! “Without limits, that’s how I feel in each of the challenges I face today.” Satcha Pretto, a Honduran Emmy Award-Winning journalist.

The Daytona State scholarship application window closes today. Please visit www.DaytonaState.edu/scholarships to submit your application.

Students going on the Halloween Horror Nights Trip today, after 6th period, please report to the steps in front of the Performing Arts Center.

Are you interested in learning American Sign Language or want to practice your skills? Come out to the new ASL Club starting Tuesday Oct 16th in Mr. Holland’s room (2-321), after school from 3-4pm!!

All returning girls soccer players need to report to coach K during lunch.

Media Center will be closed tomorrow during lunch.

The Girls soccer team is having a carwash this Saturday from 10-2 right here at Mainland. Please come out and support them!!

Attention Seniors: The Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award scholarship packet is due October 31st. See your counselor or English teacher for more details.

Senior Casual Photo submissions are due with payment by December 20. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Senior Recognition Ads are due no later that December 20 with payment, please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for more information.

Attention Seniors: ASVAB is scheduled for November 15th after lunch in 1-321 K. If you are a senior and interested in taking the ASVAB this fall, please stop by student services to sign up.

Seniors: Cap and gown orders next Tuesday during lunch in the Hall of History. Cost is $65 for the cap, gown and tassel package which all seniors are required to purchase. If you don’t have the full amount, you can bring what you can and then make payments to Jostens up until graduation. If you missed the senior meeting, you may pick up a packet at the front desk or in the Activities Office.

Mark your calendar for a High School Job Fair for seasonal hire, sponsored by Career Source, here at Mainland High School on Tuesday, October 23rd from 6 – 8 pm in the cafeteria. This is a one-day job fair to meet and talk with employers. Dress for success and bring multiple copies of your resume.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Wednesday, October 10th

Attention All students: All students are required to wear their Mainland-issued school id any time you are on Mainland’s campus.

Please note, if you attend a game at the Daytona Stadium, backpacks are not permitted.

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Yearbook! And tomorrow, Weightlifting.

To recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, today’s Country is Venezuela. The Capital City of Venezuela (officially named Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela) is the city of Caracas. In 2016 the population of Venezuela was reported as 31.67 million. Fun Facts: Public school students attend their classes in shifts. They may attend school from morning to afternoon or afternoon to evening. Venezuela is one of the oldest democracies in South America. The term Venezuela means ‘Little Venice’. The country was so named by its explorers, who saw houses built on stilts in a lake here, reminding them of Venice. Venezuela is best known for its petroleum industry, the environmental diversity of its territory, and its natural features. “Out of the most secure things, the most secure is to doubt.” Simon Boliviar, Venezuelan military and political leader

Congratulations to our Varsity Volleyball team for their victory against Warner Christian last night. Top Performers were Jourdon Cooper, Kacie Cox, Alexa Wilson, Gabby Minenna, Elizabeth Hernandez and Vanessa Cervantes. Tomorrow night is our Senior Night. Come out and support your class of 2019 players who play on their home court one last time before district play next week. JV starts at 5pm and Varsity plays at 6pm. Buc Pride Never Dies!

The Daytona State scholarship application window will be open until tomorrow, 10/11/18. Please visit www.DaytonaState.edu/scholarships to submit your application.

Media Center will be closed on Friday during lunch.

The Girls soccer team is having a carwash this Saturday from 10-2 right here at Mainland. Please come out and support them!!

Attention Seniors: ASVAB is scheduled for November 15th after lunch in 1-321 K. If you are a senior and interested in taking the ASVAB this fall, please stop by student services to sign up.

Seniors: Cap and gown orders today and next Tuesday during lunch in the Hall of History. Cost is $65 for the cap, gown and tassel package which all seniors are required to purchase. If you don’t have the full amount, you can bring what you can and then make payments to Jostens up until graduation. If you missed the senior meeting, you may pick up a packet at the front desk or in the Activities Office.

Mark your calendar for a High School Job Fair for seasonal hire, sponsored by Career Source, here at Mainland High School on Tuesday, October 23rd from 6 – 8 pm in the cafeteria. This is a one-day job fair to meet and talk with employers. Dress for success and bring multiple copies of your resume.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Tuesday, October 9th

Attention All students: All students are required to wear their Mainland-issued school id any time you are on Mainland’s campus.

Please note, if you attend a game at the Daytona Stadium, backpacks are not permitted.

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Football! And tomorrow, Yearbook.

To recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, today’s Country is Argentina. Argentina is the 8th largest country in the world. This beautiful country covers the majority of southern South America. It has some of the most astonishing natural landmarks such as, Mount Ritz Roy, The Valley of the Moon, and the Train to the Clouds in Salta. “I KNOW THAT, LIKE EVERY WOMEN OF THE PEOPLE, I HAVE MORE STRENGTH THEN I APPEAR TO HAVE.” Eva Peron, Argentinian politician, actress, First Lady of Argentina

The Boy’s golf team beat Deland and Pine Ridge yesterday at the 5 star conference tournament. Mainland’s Tyler Reese finished 6th place out of 40. The rest of the team was led by Chappell Goodroe, Nick DeJullio, Hunter Klein and Clay James. Next match is Thursday for our final 9 hole match and next Monday the Bucs travel to Orlando to play in the District tournament. Keep up the hard work Bucs.

Yesterday the girls golf team came in 7th at the 5-Star Conference Tournament. The girls improved their team score by 18 strokes, Jordan Elder improved her individual score by 12 strokes, and Jayla Toby improved her individual score by 9 strokes from the previous 18-hole tournament. Nice job ladies!

The Girls soccer team is having a carwash this Saturday from 10-2 right here at Mainland. Please come out and support them!!

Attention Seniors: ASVAB is scheduled for November 15th after lunch in 1-321 K. If you are a senior and interested in taking the ASVAB this fall, please stop by student services to sign up.

Seniors: Cap and gown orders today and tomorrow during lunch in the Hall of History. Cost is $65 for the cap, gown and tassel package which all seniors are required to purchase. If you don’t have the full amount, you can bring what you can and then make payments to Jostens up until graduation. If you missed the senior meeting, you may pick up a packet at the front desk or in the Activities Office.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Monday, October 8th

Attention All students: All students are required to wear their Mainland-issued school id any time you are on Mainland’s campus.

Please note, if you attend a game at the Daytona Stadium, backpacks are not permitted.

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….AFJROTC! And tomorrow, Football.

To recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, today’s Country is Chile. Chile is located on the west coast of South America. It’s the world’s largest country from North to South, measuring at 2,647 miles long. Chile has many beautiful tourist sites including their capital city, Santiago and the world’s largest swimming pool! “Language is the laughter of the soul.” Pablo Neruda, an award-winning Chilean poet and politician.

Attention Juniors: Junior Class Ring Meeting with Jostens in the auditorium during Buc Time.

ASVAB is scheduled for November 15th after lunch in 1-321 K. If you are a senior and interested in taking the ASVAB this fall, please stop by student services to sign up.

Seniors: Cap and gown orders tomorrow and Wednesday during lunch in the Hall of History. Cost is $65 for the cap, gown and tassel package which all seniors are required to purchase. If you don’t have the full amount, you can bring what you can and then make payments to Jostens up until graduation. If you missed the senior meeting, you may pick up a packet at the front desk or in the Activities Office.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Friday, October 5th

Attention All students: All students are required to wear their Mainland-issued school id any time you are on Mainland’s campus.

Please note, if you attend a game at the Daytona Stadium, backpacks are not permitted.

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Volleyball! And Monday, AFJROTC.

To recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, today’s Country is Mexico. Mexico is the 11th most populated country in the world with a population of 21.2 million as of 2017. The capital of Mexico is the federal district also known as Mexico City. Mexico is known for its unique variety of food. Check out the poster located in the Hall of History to learn more about Mexico! “Preservation of one’s own culture does not require contempt or disrespect for other cultures.” Cesar Chavez, Mexican-American Civil Rights Activist.

Congratulations to our Mainland Volleyball program. Last night our girls traveled to Jacksonville to play Sandalwood. Both the JV and Varsity won last night. Both teams played well. The girls were also able to see the campus of UNF. The girls play at home Tuesday and Thursday next week. Come out and support your girls. #BucPrideNeverDies

Yesterday the Boy’s Golf team was defeated by Atlantic, However, the Mainland boy’s golf team defeated our arch rival Seabreeze Sandcrabs. Congratulations, on a huge win. It also was the Buccaneer’s last home match for seniors Tyler Reese and Hunter Klein. Hunter actually shot his best round ever as a Buc. Also, playing a huge role in the big win were underclassmen Chappell Goodroe and Clay James. The team plays Monday in the 5-Star Tournament at Spruce Creek Fly-in. Keep up the Great Play effort Bucs.

ASVAB is scheduled for November 15th after lunch in 1-321 K. If you are interested in taking the ASVAB this fall, please stop by student services to sign up.

The final auditions for the district one-act play and also Christmas Vacation will be today after school in the chorus room.

Drama Club will meet onstage today during lunch. All Halloween Horror Nights participants should attend to get the printed itinerary. We also have snacks to share!

Science Olympiad application and dues due today to Mrs. Mandell in room 1-116.

Yearbook applications are due today to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328.

Seniors: Cap and gown orders next Tuesday and Wednesday during lunch in the Hall of History. Cost is $65 for the cap, gown and tassel package which all seniors are required to purchase. If you don’t have the full amount, you can bring what you can and then make payments to Jostens up until graduation. If you missed the senior meeting, you may pick up a packet at the front desk or in the Activities Office.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Thursday, October 4th

Attention All students: All students are required to wear their Mainland-issued school id any time you are on Mainland’s campus.

Please note, if you attend a game at the Daytona Stadium, backpacks are not permitted.

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Academy Liaison Leaders! And tomorrow, Volleyball.

To recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, today’s Country is Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico is a country located in the Caribbean with a population of 3.337 million people. It is home to many great things such as its 270 miles of beaches as well as their longest river, Rio de la Plata. “To engender empathy and create a world using only words is the closest thing we have to magic.” Lin Manuel Miranda, a Puerto Rican singer, songwriter, director, and play write.

Yesterday’s country was Cuba. The capitol of Cuba is Havana, it’s largest commercial center. Cuba is 781.58 square kilometers and though Cuba is seen as one big island, it’s actually made up of several different islands including Isla de la Juventud (Isle of Youth). “Forgiving is not forgetting. Forgiving is remembering without pain.” Celia Cruz, Cuban singer/songwriter.

In Girls Golf news:

On Tuesday, the girls golf team tied with Seabreeze 282-282. Jordan Elder had her lowest 9-hole score of the season with a 63 and the team’s lowest score for the match.

ALSO: Monday the girls golf team fell to Father Lopez, but Mar’Kia Rimini had the team’s lowest score for the match with a 65 and Jayla Toby had her lowest 9-hole score of the season with a 67. AWESOME JOB LADIES!!

Congratulations to the Mainland Volleyball JV and Varsity for their victories against the Seabreeze Crabs on Tuesday. Top performers were Camryn Campbell, Nia Smith, Oreona Wilson and Sydney Cooper. For the Varsity Asia Hubbert, Bella Truxall, and McKenzie Carter. Also, a shout out and

thanks to all the teachers who came out to support our girls last night. Thanks again for all that you do for our students. Buc Pride Never Dies!

FCA huddle meeting today in the athletic training room 2-104 during lunch.

Florida Atlantic University admissions rep will be in the courtyard today during lunch. If interested in Florida Atlantic University, make sure to stop by their table today.

The final auditions for the district one-act play and also Christmas Vacation will be today at lunch in the auditorium, and also tomorrow and Friday, after school in the chorus room.

Also, there will be a drama club meeting onstage, during lunch, on Friday. All Halloween Horror Nights participants should attend to get the printed itinerary. We also have snacks to share!

Science Olympiad application and dues due back to Mrs. Mandell in room 1-116 tomorrow.

Yearbook applications are due tomorrow to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328.

Seniors: Cap and gown orders next Tuesday and Wednesday during lunch in the Hall of History. Cost is $65 for the cap, gown and tassel package which all seniors are required to purchase. If you don’t have the full amount, you can bring what you can and then make payments to Jostens up until graduation. If you missed the senior meeting, you may pick up a packet at the front desk or in the Activities Office.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Wednesday, October 3rd

Attention All students: All students are required to wear their Mainland-issued school id any time you are on Mainland’s campus.

Please note, if you attend a game at the Daytona Stadium, backpacks are not permitted.

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Swimming! And tomorrow, Academy Liaison Leaders.

To recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, today’s Country is Cuba. The capitol of Cuba is Havana, it’s largest commercial center. Cuba is 781.58 square kilometers and though Cuba is seen as one big island, it’s actually made up of several different islands including Isla de la Juventud (Isle of Youth). “Forgiving is not forgetting. Forgiving is remembering without pain.” Celia Cruz, Cuban singer/songwriter.

In Girls Golf news:

Yesterday the girls golf team tied with Seabreeze 282-282. Jordan Elder had her lowest 9-hole score of the season with a 63 and the team’s lowest score for the match.

ALSO: Monday the girls golf team fell to Father Lopez, but Mar’Kia Rimini had the team’s lowest score for the match with a 65 and Jayla Toby had her lowest 9-hole score of the season with a 67. AWESOME JOB LADIES!!

Congratulations to the Mainland Volleyball JV and Varsity for their victories against the Seabreeze Crabs. Top performers were Camryn Campbell, Nia Smith, Oreona Wilson and Sydney Cooper. For the Varsity Asia Hubbert, Bella Truxall, and McKenzie Carter. Also, a shout out and thanks to all the teachers who came out to support our girls last night. Thanks again for all that you do for our students. Buc Pride Never Dies!

Art club will meet right after school today in Mrs. Wise’s room 2-128.

FCA huddle meeting tomorrow in the athletic training room 2-104 during lunch.

Florida Atlantic University admissions rep will be in the courtyard tomorrow during lunch. If interested in Florida Atlantic University, make sure to stop by their table tomorrow.

Science Olympiad application and dues due back to Mrs. Mandell in room 1-116 no later than this Friday.

Yearbook applications are due this Friday to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328.

Seniors: Cap and gown orders next Tuesday and Wednesday during lunch in the Hall of History. Cost is $65 for the cap, gown and tassel package which all seniors are required to purchase. If you don’t have the full amount, you can bring what you can and then make payments to Jostens up until graduation. If you missed the senior meeting, you may pick up a packet at the front desk or in the Activities Office.

Seniors, also mark your calendar for the group senior picture on Tuesday, November 13 during Buc Time in the gym.

Tuesday, October 2nd

Attention All students: All students are required to wear their Mainland-issued school id any time you are on Mainland’s campus.

Please note, if you attend a game at the Daytona Stadium, backpacks are not permitted.

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….SGA! And tomorrow, Swim.

To recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, today’s Country is Panama. Panama is a Latin country located in Central America. Panama’s capital is Panama City. Panama’s population is 4.034 million people. A cool fact is that Panama is the very first Latin American country to adopt the US dollar as its currency. “I want to thank America. You opened your heart so I could enter. Thank you everybody who lives in the United States, who saw me grow into becoming a world champion.” Roberto Duran, a professional Panamanian boxer.

The 2018 Mainland Homecoming Talent Show was a huge success! Thank you to all who came out to support our performers on Friday! Our show ended with a vote for the best talent and our winner for 2018 is…Jacqueline Williams!!! Congratulations to Jacqueline and to all of the fabulous talent that was showcased on stage!

Tonight is the 3rd annual faculty and staff appreciation night hosted by Mainland Volleyball. Teachers, our girls have taken time to write notes to you all and would love to see you at our game tonight against Seabreeze High School. Come out and support your girls and participate in our appreciation night for all that you do for our students. Game times are 5 & 6pm. Buc Pride Never Dies.

Girls with S.T.Y.L.E.S. will meet today at 3:00 in room 1-111. All young ladies grades 9-12 are welcome to participate. Contact Ms. Long will questions. FCA huddle meeting this Thursday, October 4th, in the athletic training room 2-104 during lunch.

Florida Atlantic University admissions rep will be in the courtyard this Thursday during lunch. If interested in Florida Atlantic University, make sure to stop by their table this Thursday.

Any student interested in participating in Science Olympiad needs to stop by Mrs. Mandell’s room, 1-116 to pick up an application. Dues and application are due back to Mrs. Mandell no later than this Friday.

Are you interested in participating in Yearbook this year? Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for an application. All applications are due this Friday.

Seniors: Cap and gown orders next Tuesday and Wednesday during lunch in the Hall of History. Cost is $65 for the cap, gown and tassel package which all seniors are required to purchase. If you don’t have the full amount, you can bring what you can and then make payments to Jostens up until graduation. If you missed the senior meeting, you may pick up a packet at the front desk or in the Activities Office.

Thursday, September 27th

Attention All students: All students are required to wear their Mainland-issued school id any time you are on Mainland’s campus.

Please note, if you attend a game at the Daytona Stadium, backpacks are not permitted.

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Weightlifting! And tomorrow will be Guild of Gamers.

To recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, today’s Country is Colombia. Colombia is a country at northern tip of south America. The lovely country of Colombia is known for their emeralds, myths, and tropical landscapes. Colombia landscapes consist of rain-forests, Andes mountains and numerous coffee plantations. Colombia is the 2nd most biodiverse country in the world with more than 50 thousand species. “I’m fearless. I don’t complain. Even when horrible things happen to me, I go on.” Sofia Vergara, a Columbian-American actress and model (1972 – Present)

Fact of the day for childhood cancer awareness month: only 4 percent of Cancer funds go to childhood cancer.

In yesterday’s cross country action on the beach, Maddie Bronson came in with a time of 22:18 and a first place finish against district rivals Seabreeze and Pine Ridge. She was followed by Jordan Elder (3rd), Grace Hawryluk (5th), Katie Mahon (10th), and Bernadette DeBerri (15th) who rounded out our scoring runners. Also, in yesterday’s Seabreeze Cross Country Meet, Tyler Gilbert took first place overall for the boys division with a time of 18:02. Other contributing runners were Arnie Collins, Josiah Newman, Jonah Reilly, Michael Santmier and Sam Dyer. Way to go Bucs!!!! Cross Country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love!!

Attention Seniors: Any Seniors that still have not taken their Formal photo please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 by the end of this week to make an appointment. No appointments can be made after this week.

Also Seniors: Important Sr. cap and gown meeting will take place on Monday, October 1 during Buc Time in the auditorium.

And finally for seniors, Homecoming voting for King and Queen will take place during English class today. Those who don’t have an English class may stop by the Activities Office to vote.

Attention club and athletic student reps: stop by Activities Office to pick up your pass for Homecoming Carnival Set Up on Friday.

Any student interested in participating in Science Olympiad needs to stop by Mrs. Mandell’s room, 1-116 to pick up an application. Dues and application are due back to Mrs. Mandell no later than Friday, October 5th.

Wednesday and Thursday:

The Homecoming Dance is this Saturday and what better way to have an awesome time then by winning a FREE TICKET to the DANCE.

A ticket costs $20 or $25 at the door but YOU CAN WIN IT FOR FREEEEE.

Now I BET YOUR ASKING YOURSELF, HOW CAN I WIN A TICKET FOR FREEEE TO HOMECOMING?

All you have to do is follow us on Instagram @Mainland High School, like the photo we just posted of the Homecoming ticket, and then tag 3 friends from school on the post

We will announce the Winner tomorrow. ? Good luck Bucs!

This will be for Thursday and Friday:

Want to go to our Homecoming Football Game for Free this Friday? All you have to do is follow Mainland High School on Twitter and Retweet the photo of the Football ticket to enter yourself in the drawing. Sound easy right? Yep, all you have to do is follow Mainland High School on  Twitter and Retweet the photo of the Football Ticket. The winner will be announced Friday ?

The Mainland Talent Show is tomorrow at 2:00PM during the carnival. Get your tickets for $3 during lunch and after school today in the courtyard by

the gym. The Talent Show attendees will get to pick Mainland’s Best Talent of 2018 who will get to perform at the Seabreeze Pep Rally in October. Be sure you get your tickets for the Talent Show for $3 before they sell out!

Coach Westbrook will be selling Bethune Grill chicken wings this Friday at the Carnival, teachers can preorder via email, see coach Westbrook for more details.

The Boys Basketball team is hosting a 3 on 3 Basketball tournament in the upper gym during the Homecoming Carnival. Pick your best 4 players to be a part of your team. See Coach Giddens for more details.

The photography department will be taking photos at the Homecoming Dance for only $2 a person.

Attention Seniors: Senior Quote forms are available in the front office and with your English teacher. Please follow the directions on the form and return to the front office or to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328.

Are you interested in participating in Yearbook this year? Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for an application. All applications are due by October 5, 2018.

Homecoming Dance tickets are now on sale for $20.00 a ticket in Activities and Bookkeeping office. Tickets purchased at the door on Saturday will be $25.00 a ticket. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have all their id/dues fees paid from every year, including this current school year.

Spirit days: Today: Rep Your Class – Freshmen: Freshmen Class T-shirt, Sophomores: Opposing Team Colors – Blue, White, Silver, Juniors: Hawaiian, Seniors: Camo and faculty and staff College shirt, and tomorrow:

Blue and Gold Day.

Wednesday, September 26th

Attention All students: All students are required to wear their Mainland-issued school id any time you are on Mainland’s campus.

Please note, if you attend a game at the Daytona Stadium, backpacks are not permitted.

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Boys Cross Country! And tomorrow will be Weightlifting.

To recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, today’s Country is Paraguay. Along with Bolivia, Paraguay is the only other landlocked country in South America. Fancy an old-fashioned duel? In Paraguay you can as it is still legal. You do need to have a medical professional on hand and both be registered blood donors, though! In Paraguay there are two spoken languages, Guarani and Spanish. Due to being right in the middle of South America, Paraguay is also known as ‘The Heart of America’, or Corazon de América. “There is no one teacher, no one school….that can meet all the complex and diverse needs of each child. But a community united in such a cause can.” Cindy Taylor, Paraguayan actress, TV host, and model (1977 – Present)

Fact of the day for childhood cancer awareness month, there are so many different types of childhood cancer–those including leukemia, Wilms tumor, and Brain and spinal cord tumors.

Congratulations to the following students who were cast in the Drama Club’s Enchanted Forest productions. For Little Red Riding Hood, Nazareth Williams as the Narrator, Adellyn Green as Little Red, Jacob Reib as the Wolf, and Briana Lorenz as Grandma. For Finding Nemo, Tyja Davis and Kirrsten Skrbinsek as Dory, Preston Garwood as Nemo, Frances Kit as Gill, Lily Flack as Marlon, and Xavier and Mateo Harris as Mr. Ray. Please meet at lunch Thursday in the auditorium with your directors Kay Smith -Aldrich and Jasmine Waites.

Congratulations to the boys bowling team for defeating Seabreeze 5-2 and sweeping the season series. Great job Coltan Hagan, Walther Lents, Adam

Driver, Cory Driver, Jash Patel, and Chris Boice. The boys improve to 9-2 on the season. Keep up the great bowling.

The girls bowling team fell to Seabreeze but had another outstanding performance from the captain Tatyana Hollins. Keep rolling strong!!

Congratulations to our JV volleyball team for their victory against the Deltona Wolves. Top performers were Rilee Decker, Hailei Barret, Nyasia James, Nia Smith, Sydney Cooper and Savannah Carson.

All returning girls soccer players need to report to coach Kelleher’s room during lunch Wednesday. It is very important.

Art club has been cancelled today. They will meet tomorrow right after school in Ms. Wise’s room 2-128.

Attention Seniors: Any Seniors that still have not taken their Formal photo please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 by the end of this week to make an appointment. No appointments can be made after this week.

Also Seniors: Important Sr. cap and gown meeting will take place on Monday, October 1 during Buc Time in the auditorium.

And finally for seniors, Homecoming voting for King and Queen will take place during English class tomorrow. Those who don’t have an English class may stop by the Activities Office to vote.

Attention club and athletic student reps: stop by Activities Office to pick up your pass for Homecoming Carnival Set Up on Friday.

Attention students: Payment and permission slips for the Drama Club Halloween Horror Nights trip must be turned in today to Mr. Bell before 3:30 PM. Payments can be made with cash, check, or by using the online webstore.

Any student interested in participating in Science Olympiad needs to stop by Mrs. Mandell’s room, 1-116 to pick up an application. Dues and application are due back to Mrs. Mandell no later than Friday, October 5th.

Wednesday and Thursday:

The Homecoming Dance is this Saturday and what better way to have an awesome time then by winning a FREE TICKET to the DANCE.

A ticket costs $20 or $25 at the door but YOU CAN WIN IT FOR FREEEEE.

Now I BET YOUR ASKING YOURSELF, HOW CAN I WIN A TICKET FOR FREEEE TO HOMECOMING?

All you have to do is follow us on Instagram @Mainland High School, like the photo we just posted of the Homecoming ticket, and then tag 3 friends from school on the post

We will announce the Winner on Friday ? Good luck Bucs!

This will be for Thursday and Friday:

Want to go to our Homecoming Football Game for Free this Friday? All you have to do is follow Mainland High School on Twitter and Retweet the photo of the Football ticket to enter yourself in the drawing. Sound easy right? Yep, all you have to do is follow Mainland High School onTwitter and Retweet the photo of the Football Ticket. The winner will be announced Friday ?

The Mainland Talent Show is this Friday, September 28th at 2:00PM during the carnival. Get your tickets for $3! Tickets will be sold during lunch and after school on Wednesday and Thursday in the courtyard by the gym. The Talent Show attendees will get to pick Mainland’s Best Talent of 2018 who will get to perform at the Seabreeze Pep Rally in October. Be sure you get your tickets for the Talent Show for $3 before they sell out!

The Boys Basketball team is hosting a 3 on 3 Basketball tournament in the upper gym during the Homecoming Carnival. Pick your best 4 players to be a part of your team. See Coach Giddens for more details.

The photography department will be taking photos at the Homecoming Dance for only $2 a person.

Attention Seniors: Senior Quote forms are available in the front office and with your English teacher. Please follow the directions on the form and return to the front office or to Mrs. Gardner in room1-328.

Are you interested in participating in Yearbook this year? Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for an application. All applications are due by October 5, 2018.

Homecoming Dance tickets are now on sale for $20.00 a ticket in Activities and Bookkeeping office. Tickets purchased at the door on Saturday will be $25.00 a ticket. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have all their id/dues fees paid from every year, including this current school year.

Spirit days: Today: Character Day, Tomorrow: Rep Your Class – Freshmen: Freshmen Class T-shirt, Sophomores: Opposing Team Colors – Blue, White, Silver, Juniors: Hawaiian, Seniors: Camo and faculty and staff College shirt, and Friday: Blue and Gold Day.

Tuesday, September 25th

Attention All students: All students are required to wear their Mainland-issued school id any time you are on Mainland’s campus.

Please note, if you attend a game at the Daytona Stadium, backpacks are not permitted.

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Softball! And tomorrow will be Boys Cross Country.

To recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, today’s Country is Spain. Spain is located in southwestern Europe and occupies 85% of the Iberian Peninsula. Spain is a country filled with stone castles, vast monuments, and historical cities. The country is geographically and culturally diverse. “You cannot live your life looking at yourself from someone else’s point of view.” Penelope Cruz, actress and model (1974 – Present)

Since its childhood cancer awareness month, we will have a fact of the day to remind others that this is a very important month. Fact of the day is Childhood cancer is not just one disease but several different diseases.

Congratulations to the girl’s golf team for competing in their very first 18-hole tournament yesterday at our home course!! They finished 9th and Mar’Kia Rimini had the team’s individual low round. Nice job ladies!!

Attention club and athletic student reps: stop by Activities Office to pick up your pass for Homecoming Carnival Set Up on Friday.

Attention students: The final payment for the Drama Club Halloween Horror Nights trip is Wednesday. Payment and permission slip must be submitted to Mr. Bell before 3:30 PM. Payments can be made with cash, check, or by using the online webstore.

Any student interested in participating in Science Olympiad needs to stop by Mrs. Mandell’s room, 1-116 to pick up an application. Dues and application are due back to Mrs. Mandell no later than Friday, October 5th.

The Mainland Talent Show is this Friday, September 28th at 2:00PM during the carnival. Get your tickets for $3! Tickets will be sold during lunch and after school on Wednesday and Thursday in the courtyard by the gym. The Talent Show attendees will get to pick Mainland’s Best Talent of 2018 who will get to perform at the Seabreeze Pep Rally in October. Be sure you get your tickets for the Talent Show for $3 before they sell out!

The Boys Basketball team is hosting a 3 on 3 Basketball tournament in the upper gym during the Homecoming Carnival. Pick your best 4 players to be a part of your team. See Coach Giddens for more details.

Any Seniors that still have not taken their Formal photo please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 by the end of this week to make an appointment. No appointments can be made after this week.

The photography department will be taking photos at the Homecoming Dance for only $2 a person.

Attention Seniors: Senior Quote forms are available in the front office and with your English teacher. Please follow the directions on the form and return to the front office or to Mrs. Gardner in room1-328.

Are you interested in participating in Yearbook this year? Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for an application. All applications are due by October 5, 2018.

Homecoming Dance tickets are now on sale for $20.00 a ticket in Activities and Bookkeeping office. Tickets purchased at the door on Saturday will be $25.00 a ticket. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have all their id/dues fees paid from every year, including this current school year.

Spirit days: Today: Squad Day, Tomorrow: Character Day, Thursday: Rep Your Class – Freshmen: Freshmen Class T-shirt, Sophomores: Opposing Team Colors – Blue, White, Silver, Juniors: Hawaiian, Seniors: Camo, and Friday: Blue and Gold Day

Monday, September 24th

Attention All students: All students are required to wear their Mainland-issued school id any time you are on Mainland’s campus.

Please note, if you attend a game at the Daytona Stadium, backpacks are not permitted.

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Boys Basketball! And tomorrow will be Softball.

To recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, today’s Country is Bolivia. Bolivia is a beautiful country located in central South America. It is home to over 10.89 Million Spanish speaking people, though it boasts over 37 official languages. Once known as Upper Peru, Bolivia holds two capitols: La Paz and Sucre, both in which people dressed as zebras wander the streets to safely direct traffic and pedestrian flow. Best known for a 4000 square foot salt flat known as the Salar de Ayuni which mirrors the stunning Bolivian skies, a bicycle trail known as the Death Road, and the remains of what may have been the Incan Empire, Bolivia stands as a possessor of natural wonder and mysterious charm of the modern world. Quote -The president of Bolivia, Evo Morales said, “ I’m still convinced. We all fight for freedom, but the foundation of freedom is equality and justice. And we are all on the road.”

Attention students: The final payment for the Drama Club Halloween Horror Nights trip is Wednesday. Payment and permission slip must be submitted to Mr. Bell before 3:30 PM. Payments can be made with cash, check, or by using the online webstore.

The Boys Basketball team is hosting a 3 on 3 Basketball tournament in the upper gym during the Homecoming Carnival. Pick your best 4 players to be a part of your team. See Coach Giddens for more details.

A College Admissions rep from Florida Polytechnic University will be here today, during lunch in the courtyard outside the Hall of History. Interested students, please stop by their table today during lunch.

Attention Seniors: Senior Quote forms are available in the front office and with your English teacher. Please follow the directions on the form and return to the front office or to Mrs. Gardner in room1-328.

Are you interested in participating in Yearbook this year? Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for an application. All applications are due by October 5, 2018.

Homecoming Dance tickets are now on sale for $20.00 a ticket in Activities and Bookkeeping office. Tickets purchased at the door on Saturday will be $25.00 a ticket. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have all their id/dues fees paid from every year, including this current school year.

Spirit days: Today: Athlete vs. Mathlete, Tomorrow: Squad Day, Wednesday: Character Day, Thursday: Rep Your Class – Freshmen: Freshmen Class T-shirt, Sophomores: Opposing Team Colors – Blue, White, Silver, Juniors: Hawaiian, Seniors: Camo, and Friday: Blue and Gold Day.

Friday, September 21st

Attention All students: All students are required to wear their Mainland-issued school id any time you are on Mainland’s campus.

Please note, if you attend a game at the Daytona Stadium, backpacks are not permitted.

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….ASIM! And Monday will be Boys Basketball.

To recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, today’s Country is El Salvador. The capitol of El Salvador is its largest city San Salvador, a city in the vicinity of the country’s center. El Salvador is 8,008 square miles making it the smallest yet most densely populated country in Central America with a population of roughly about 6.3 million (as of 2013). Established in 1842, this country has been officially known as The Republic of El Salvador ever since. “You cannot reap what you have not sown. How are we going to reap love in our community if we only sow hate?” Oscar Romero, Arch Bishop of the Catholic Church in El Salvador.

Many of you might not know this but the month of September is Childhood Cancer Awareness month. Every day approximately 250 kids die from cancer. In 2010, 215,000 kids under the age of 19 were diagnosed with cancer—80,000 of them did not survive. This is a sad month for a lot of families and their friends. We will have a gold out at tonight’s and next Friday’s football game to honor these kids. Also, next Friday, September 28 is our blue and gold spirit day. We encourage you to wear primarily gold for children’s cancer. Remember, no one deserves to fight alone.

Congratulations to the Digital Video Production students for creating the very first episode of “Buc News Network” Mainland’s #1 news source, Mainland’s only news source. The television show is now available to watch on Mainland High Schools Youtube Channel. Keep up the good work!

Attention students: Drama club will continue to have auditions today for their live version of Christmas Vacation and our Enchanted Forest performances of Finding Nemo and Little Red Riding Hood. Our regular drama club meeting has been cancelled today during lunch due to Club Rush!

A College Admissions rep from Florida Polytechnic University will be here Monday, during lunch in the courtyard outside the Hall of History. Interested students, please stop by their table on Monday during lunch.

Attention Seniors: Senior Quote forms are available in the front office and with your English teacher. Please follow the directions on the form and return to the front office or to Mrs. Gardner in room1-328.

Are you interested in participating in Yearbook this year? Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for an application. All applications are due by October 5, 2018.

Homecoming Dance tickets will be on sale starting Monday through Friday for $20.00 a ticket. Tickets purchased at the door on Sat Sept 29 will be $25.00 a ticket. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have all their id/dues fees paid from every year, including this current school year. Stop by Activities or bookkeeping to pay for any id/dues obligations!

Homecoming guest permissions forms are due by the end of the day today. It is then your responsibility to check with the Deans office by Wednesday, September 26 to see if your guest has been approved.

Spirit days for next week: Monday: Athlete vs. Mathlete, Tuesday: Squad Day, Wednesday: Character Day, Thursday: Rep Your Class – Freshmen: Freshmen Class T-shirt, Sophomores: Opposing Team Colors – Blue, White, Silver, Juniors: Hawaiian, Seniors: Camo, and Friday: Blue and Gold Day

Thursday, September 20th

Attention All students: All students are required to wear their Mainland-issued school id any time you are on Mainland’s campus.

Please note, if you attend a game at the Daytona Stadium, backpacks are not permitted.

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Athletic Training! And tomorrow will be ASIM.

To recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, today’s Country is Guatemala. The currency of Guatemala was called the Quetzal. It is named after the quetzal which was a bird that used to live in Guatemala. In ancient Mayan times, the feathers of this bird were used as currency. “What I treasure most in life is being able to dream. During my most difficult moments and complex situations, I have been able to dream of a more beautiful future.” Rigoberta Menchu, a Guatemalan political and human rights activist.

The girls golf team lost a close match yesterday to Seabreeze by 9 strokes. Jordan Elder tied for the lowest score of the match with a 64. Good luck in Monday’s Volusia-Flagler Tournament!!

Congratulations to Tayler Ford, Alexandria Giles and Hawleigh Turner for making it into the All County Chorus this year! Go Bucs Choir!

There will be an FCA huddle meeting today during lunch in the Athletic Training room, 2-104.

International club meeting will be held today during lunch in room 2-332.

Art Club will meet during lunch on Friday.

Attention students: The drama club will be having auditions for their live version of Christmas Vacation today and tomorrow, after school in the auditorium from 3-4:30. We will be casting the Griswold family members, Clark, Ellen, Rusty, Audrey, Cousin Eddie, Katherine, and well as neighbors Todd and Margo. We will also be holding auditions for our Enchanted Forest performances of Finding Nemo and Little Red Riding Hood. Our regular

drama club meeting on Friday during lunch in the auditorium. Please Note: Halloween Horror Night money is due next week. See you onstage!

Attention Seniors: Senior Quote forms are available in the front office and with your English teacher. Please follow the directions on the form and return to the front office or to Mrs. Gardner in room1-328.

Are you interested in participating in Yearbook this year? Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for an application. All applications are due by October 5, 2018.

Homecoming Dance tickets will be on sale starting Monday through Friday for $20.00 a ticket. Tickets purchased at the door on Sat Sept 29 will be $25.00 a ticket. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have all their id/dues fees paid from every year, including this current school year. Stop by Activities or bookkeeping to pay for any id/dues obligations!

Homecoming guest permissions forms are due by the end of the day tomorrow. It is then your responsibility to check with the Deans office by Wednesday, September 26 to see if your guest has been approved.

Spirit days for next week: Monday: Athlete vs. Mathlete, Tuesday: Squad Day, Wednesday: Character Day, Thursday: Rep Your Class – Freshmen: Freshmen Class T-shirt, Sophomores: Opposing Team Colors – Blue, White, Silver, Juniors: Hawaiian, Seniors: Camo, and Friday: Blue and Gold Day

And now, the results of the Class Representative Elections: Class of 2022: Amanda Bashans, Gavriella Cox, Xavier Harris. Class of 2021: Quintavia Frost, Peter Nguyen, Jonah Reilly. Class of 2020: Kacie Cox, Taylor Culver, Kai Lucas. Congratulations to all of you! Please stop by Activities Office today.

Wednesday, September 19th 

Attention All students: All students are required to wear their Mainland-issued school id any time you are on Mainland’s campus.

Please note, if you attend a game at the Daytona Stadium, backpacks are not permitted.

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Cheer! And tomorrow will be Athletic Training.

Hispanic Heritage Month is September 15 through October 15. Each day we will recognize a different country and read a quote. Look forward to activities planned to recognize Hispanic Heritage Month. Today’s Country is Costa Rica. The capital of Costa Rica is San Jose. They have a population of over 4 Million people. Costa Rica is best known for their highly desired gourmet Coffee Beans! “Peace is not a product of victory or a command. It has no finishing line, no final deadline, no fixed definition of achievement. Peace is a never-ending process, the work of many decisions.” Oscar Arias, former President of Costa Rica

Congratulations to the girls bowling team as they had a victorious victory against Spruce Creek yesterday 7-0. The girls were led by captain Tatyana “TATERTOT” Hollins. Way to roll ladies.

The boys bowling team also won against Spruce Creek yesterday by a score of 7-0. The boys had great games from Kory Driver, Adam Driver, Walther Lents, Jash Patel and Coltan Hagan. Great job boys.

Art Club meeting today has been cancelled. We will meet during lunch on Friday.

There will be a brief Girls with S.T.Y.L.E.S. meeting today regarding Thursday’s outing. Please see Ms. Long ASAP if you did not receive a permission slip.

Attention students: The drama club will be having auditions for their live version of Christmas Vacation tomorrow and Friday, after school in the auditorium from 3-4:30. We will be casting the Griswold family members,

Clark, Ellen, Rusty, Audrey, Cousin Eddie, Katherine, and well as neighbors Todd and Margo. We will also be holding auditions for our Enchanted Forest performances of Finding Nemo and Little Red Riding Hood. Our regular drama club meeting on Friday during lunch in the auditorium. Please Note: Halloween Horror Night money is due next week. See you onstage!

All home volleyball games are only $3 to Mainland students. Mainland students must wear and present their school ID at the ticket desk. The first 40 Mainland student tickets purchasers will receive a coupon for a FREE small Papa John’s pizza. Please come out and support the lady Bucs tomorrow night.

International club meeting will be held tomorrow during lunch in room 2-332.

Attention Seniors: Senior Quote forms are available in the front office and with your English teacher. Please follow the directions on the form and return to the front office or to Mrs. Gardner in room1-328.

Are you interested in participating in Yearbook this year? Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for an application. All applications are due by October 5, 2018.

Students, plan ahead for Homecoming…. Dance tickets will be on sale starting next Mon Sept 24 through Fri Sept 28 for $20.00 a ticket. Tickets purchased at the door on Sat Sept 29 will be $25.00 a ticket. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have all their id/dues fees paid from every year, including this current school year. Stop by Activities or bookkeeping to pay for any id/dues obligations!

Homecoming guest permissions forms may be picked up in the Activities Office and Deans Office. Forms are due NO LATER THAN this Friday September 21. It is then your responsibility to check with the Deans office by Wednesday, September 26 to see if your guest has been approved.

Congratulations to the following performers that have been selected for our Homecoming Talent Show: Amira Abdelmonem, Alexandria Giles, Lalena Garcia, Jasmine Waites, Joshua Lingo, and the Band Trio: Akevian Norman, Tianna Bivins, and Jacqueline Williams! We had some amazing talent at

auditions yesterday and we can’t wait for the Talent Show next week! All performers that were selected, please meet with Mrs. Mahaffey Warren at the very beginning of lunch today to pick up more information about the show!

Tuesday, September 18th

Attention All students: All students are required to wear their Mainland-issued school id any time you are on Mainland’s campus.

Please note, if you attend a game at the Daytona Stadium, backpacks are not permitted.

Thank you to our Campus Clean Up Leaders of the Day today….Baseball! And tomorrow will be Cheer.

Hispanic Heritage Month is September 15 through October 15. Each day we will recognize a different country and read a quote. Look forward to activities planned to recognize Hispanic Heritage Month. Peru: Peru is located on the west coast of South America. Peru is filled with beautiful tourist attractions, but is most known for Machu Picchu. Machu Picchu is an ancient Incan citadel that sits up in the Andes Mountains. The use of the great structures remains a mystery to this day! “Nothing in the world is a gift. Whatever must be learned must be learned the hard way.” Carlos Castaneda, Peruvian Born American Best-selling Author and Writer (1925-1998)

Attention students: The drama club will be having auditions for their live version of Christmas Vacation, today, Thursday and Friday, after school in the auditorium from 3-4:30. We will be casting the Griswold family members, Clark, Ellen, Rusty, Audrey, Cousin Eddie, Katherine, and well as neighbors Todd and Margo. We will also be holding auditions for our Enchanted Forest performances of Finding Nemo and Little Red Riding Hood. Our regular drama club meeting on Friday during lunch in the auditorium. Please Note: Halloween Horror Night money is due next week. See you onstage!

The Homecoming Talent Show is just around the corner! Auditions are after school today at 3:00PM in the dance studio! Don’t miss your chance to show off your talent! Acts are limited to 3 minutes and you should be performance ready at the audition. The Talent Show takes place during the Homecoming Carnival. See Mrs. Mahaffey Warren in the dance studio or email mhsladybucs@gmail.com with questions.

Starting today, all home volleyball games are only $3 to Mainland students. Mainland students must wear and present their school ID at the ticket desk. The first 40 Mainland student tickets purchasers will receive a coupon for a FREE small Papa John’s pizza. Please come out and support the lady Bucs while they take on Lopez this evening.

International club meeting will be held this Thursday during lunch in room 2-332.

There will be a brief Girls with S.T.Y.L.E.S. meeting tomorrow, September 19, regarding Thursday’s outing. Please see Ms. Long ASAP if you did not receive a permission slip.

Attention Seniors: Senior Quote forms are available in the front office and with your English teacher. Please follow the directions on the form and return to the front office or to Mrs. Gardner in room1-328.

Are you interested in participating in Yearbook this year? Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-328 for an application. All applications are due by October 5, 2018.

Students, plan ahead for Homecoming…. Dance tickets will be on sale starting next Mon Sept 24 through Fri Sept 28 for $20.00 a ticket. Tickets purchased at the door on Sat Sept 29 will be $25.00 a ticket. In order to purchase a ticket, students must have all their id/dues fees paid from every year, including this current school year. Stop by Activities or bookkeeping to pay for any id/dues obligations!

Homecoming guest permissions forms may be picked up in the Activities Office and Deans Office. Forms are due NO LATER THAN this Friday September 21. It is then your responsibility to check with the Deans office by Wednesday, September 26 to see if your guest has been approved.