Daily Announcements

Thursday, March 12th

· The Big Red Bus is here!

Students who have signed up to donate blood today need to report to the side of the gym during their appointment time. Be sure to have your appointment card and student ID with a visible picture with you. If you are 16, you will also need your signed parent consent form. Stay hydrated throughout the day and eat a good breakfast or lunch. Thank you to everyone who is saving a life today!

· Any ASIM sophomore interested in becoming an ASIM ambassador, please see Mrs. Mandell in room 1-116 to pick up an application. You must have a 3.0 GPA, good attendance, no discipline issues, and teacher recommendations in order to apply. The application deadline is Friday, April 3rd.

· Seniors: have you ordered your cap and gown? If you haven’t, Jostens will be here one more time for orders on Wednesday, March 25 during lunch in the Hall of History. Cost is $65.00. Also, if you ordered graduation announcements, you may pick them up at this time.

· It is not too late to sign up for the March 26th ASVAB. Please stop by Student services to get on the list. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program is a FREE assessment open to all students in 10th-12th grade. It is a great tool to help you explore your strengths and how they relate to career and college, and is also a required step for any student looking into the military as an option after graduation.

· Rising Sophomores and Juniors who live in South Daytona or Port Orange are invited to participate in the Youth Civic Leadership Experience this summer. Information and applications are available in the Resource Room located in Student Services. Applications will be due Friday, March 27th.

· Yearbook Staff applications are due today. Please turn them in to Ms. Gardner in 1-333

· Are you planning to bring a non-Mainland guest to Prom on Saturday, April 4 at the Daytona 500 Club? Make sure to pick up a guest permission form in the Deans Office or Activities Office. Guest permission forms are due to the Deans Office by Friday, March 27….just a week after we return from Spring Break.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Tuesday, March 10th

  • ASIM’s last blood drive of the year will be held next Thursday, March 12th. Students interested in donating blood can sign up during lunch in the courtyard starting today through next 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!
  • Any ASIM sophomore interested in becoming an ASIM ambassador, please see Mrs. Mandell in room 1-116 to pick up an application. You must have a 3.0 GPA, good attendance, no discipline issues, and teacher recommendations in order to apply. The application deadline is Friday, April 3rd.
  • Seniors:  have you ordered your cap and gown?  If you haven’t, Jostens will be here one more time for orders on Wednesday, March 25 during lunch in the Hall of History.  Cost is $65.00.  Also, if you ordered graduation announcements, you may pick them up at this time.
  • Students – there is a FREE ACT/SAT Test Prep being offered by Trio tomorrow at Daytona State. Information flyer is available on the Mainland Webpage as well as in Student Services.  Registration is required to attend.
  • It is not too late to sign up for the March 26th ASVAB.  Please stop by Student services to get on the list.  The ASVAB Career Exploration Program is a FREE assessment open to all students in 10th-12th grade.  It is a great tool to help you explore your strengths and how they relate to career and college, and is also a required step for any student looking into the military as an option after graduation.
  • Rising Sophomores and Juniors who live in South Daytona or Port Orange are invited to participate in the Youth Civic Leadership Experience this summer. Information and applications are available in the Resource Room located in Student Services.  Applications will be due Friday, March 27th.
  • Do you want to be on the Yearbook staff next year? Please pick up an application from Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333. All applications are due by March 12th. 
  • Are you planning to bring a non-Mainland guest to Prom on Saturday, April 4 at the Daytona 500 Club?  Make sure to pick up a guest permission form in the Deans Office or Activities Office.  Guest permission forms are due to the Deans Office by Friday, March 27….just a week after we return from Spring Break.
  • Mr. and Miss Mainland competition winners are  -The congeniality award were:  Louie Pena (penyah) and Leah Webber.  Mr. Mainland 1st runner up is Peter Nguyen (when) and Miss Mainland 1st runner up is Kristina Daidola.  And the 2020-2021 Mr. Mainland is Skyler Stafford and 2020-2021 Miss Mainland is Jacqueline Williams.  Congratulations to all contestants!!
  • Come out and support your Mainland Bucs Varsity Baseball team as they take on Seabreeze at 6PM tonight at Jackie Robinson Stadium, tickets are just $5 and you enter Jackie Robinson from Magnolia Ave Bridge
  • Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE  NEVER DIES

Monday, March 9th

  • ASIM’s last blood drive of the year will be held next Thursday, March 12th. Students interested in donating blood can sign up during lunch in the courtyard starting today through next 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!
  • Any ASIM sophomore interested in becoming an ASIM ambassador, please see Mrs. Mandell in room 1-116 to pick up an application. You must have a 3.0 GPA, good attendance, no discipline issues, and teacher recommendations in order to apply. The application deadline is Friday, April 3rd.
  • Seniors:  have you ordered your cap and gown?  If you haven’t, Jostens will be here one more time for orders on Wednesday, March 25 during lunch in the Hall of History.  Cost is $65.00.  Also, if you ordered graduation announcements, you may pick them up at this time.
  • Students – there is a FREE ACT/SAT Test Prep being offered by Trio tomorrow at Daytona State. Information flyer is available on the Mainland Webpage as well as in Student Services.  Registration is required to attend.
  • It is not too late to sign up for the March 26th ASVAB.  Please stop by Student services to get on the list.  The ASVAB Career Exploration Program is a FREE assessment open to all students in 10th-12th grade.  It is a great tool to help you explore your strengths and how they relate to career and college, and is also a required step for any student looking into the military as an option after graduation.
  • Rising Sophomores and Juniors who live in South Daytona or Port Orange are invited to participate in the Youth Civic Leadership Experience this summer. Information and applications are available in the Resource Room located in Student Services.  Applications will be due Friday, March 27th.
  • Do you want to be on the Yearbook staff next year? Please pick up an application from Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333. All applications are due by March 12th. 
  • Are you planning to bring a non-Mainland guest to Prom on Saturday, April 4 at the Daytona 500 Club?  Make sure to pick up a guest permission form in the Deans Office or Activities Office.  Guest permission forms are due to the Deans Office by Friday, March 27….just a week after we return from Spring Break.
  • Mr. and Miss Mainland competition winners are  -The congeniality award were:  Louie Pena (penyah) and Leah Webber.  Mr. Mainland 1st runner up is Peter Nguyen (when) and Miss Mainland 1st runner up is Kristina Daidola.  And the 2020-2021 Mr. Mainland is Skyler Stafford and 2020-2021 Miss Mainland is Jacqueline Williams.  Congratulations to all contestants!!
  • Come out and support your Mainland Bucs Varsity Baseball team as they take on Seabreeze at 6PM tonight at Jackie Robinson Stadium, tickets are just $5 and you enter Jackie Robinson from Magnolia Ave Bridge
  • Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE  NEVER DIES

Friday, March 6th

· Congratulations to the Flag football team for defeating Deltona 42-0 in their first district game. The defense was incredible and Deltona only gained one 1st down the entire game. Quarterback Alexa Wilson was 22 0f 29 with 168 yards and 6 Touchdowns. Ava Dougherty , Avari Walker, Kassie Stoner, Cat Goodwin and Isys Grady all had Touchdowns. Avari Walker led the defense with three flag pulls and three QB sacks. The Girls have a home game next Tuesday at 4:30 against St. Augustine. Please come out and support!

· ASIM’s last blood drive of the year will be held next Thursday, March 12th. Students interested in donating blood can sign up during lunch in the courtyard starting today through next 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!

· Any ASIM sophomore interested in becoming an ASIM ambassador, please see Mrs. Mandell in room 1-116 to pick up an application. You must have a 3.0 GPA, good attendance, no discipline issues, and teacher recommendations in order to apply. The application deadline is Friday, April 3rd.

· Seniors: have you ordered your cap and gown? If you haven’t, Jostens will be here one more time for orders on Wednesday, March 25 during lunch in the Hall of History. Cost is $65.00. Also, if you ordered graduation announcements, you may pick them up at this time.

· Students – there is a FREE ACT/SAT Test Prep being offered by Trio tomorrow at Daytona State. Information flyer is available on the Mainland Webpage as well as in Student Services. Registration is required to attend.

· It is not too late to sign up for the March 26th ASVAB. Please stop by Student services to get on the list. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program is a FREE assessment open to all students in 10th-12th grade. It is a great tool to help you explore your strengths and how they relate to career and college, and is also a required step for any student looking into the military as an option after graduation.

· Rising Sophomores and Juniors who live in South Daytona or Port Orange are invited to participate in the Youth Civic Leadership Experience this summer. Information and applications are available in the Resource Room located in Student Services. Applications will be due Friday, March 27th.

· Do you want to be on the Yearbook staff next year? Please pick up an application from Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333. All applications are due by March 12th.

· Are you planning to bring a non-Mainland guest to Prom on Saturday, April 4 at the Daytona 500 Club? Make sure to pick up a guest permission form in the Deans Office or Activities Office. Guest permission forms are due to the Deans Office by Friday, March 27….just a week after we return from Spring Break.

· Last night was the Mr. and Miss Mainland competition. The winners of the congeniality award are: Louie Pena and Leah Webber. Mr. Mainland 1st runner up is Peter Nguyen and Miss Mainland 1st runner up is Kristina Daidola. And the 2020-2021 Mr. Mainland is Skyler Stafford and 2020-2021 Miss Mainland is Jacqueline Williams. Congratulations to all contestants!!

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Thursday, March 5th

· Congratulations to junior Doug Dittmer for qualifying for the state wrestling tournament in Kissimmee. He is one of the top 16 wrestlers in the state at 195 pounds. Good luck Doug!

· If you are on the list to go to International Club Universal Trip, please come to the important meeting today in Ms. Woodbury’s room 2-326 during lunch.

· ASL Club will meet during lunch today in room 2-327, we will be discussing some important information so please do try to make it!

· Mr. and Miss Mainland is today during 6th and 7th period. In-school candy ballots are on sale in the concession window outside the Hall of History during lunch, $3—cash only. Evening show is at 7:00pm and tickets are $5. You don’t want to miss out!

· ASIM’s last blood drive of the year will be held next Thursday, March 12th. Students interested in donating blood can sign up during lunch in the courtyard starting tomorrow through next 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!

· Seniors: have you ordered your cap and gown? If you haven’t, Jostens will be here one more time for orders on Wednesday, March 25 during lunch in the Hall of History. Cost is $65.00. Also, if you ordered graduation announcements, you may pick them up at this time.

· Students – there is a FREE ACT/SAT Test Prep being offered by Trio this Saturday at Daytona State. Information flyer is available on the Mainland Webpage as well as in Student Services. Registration is required to attend.

· Seniors – the scholarship and college news pages are updated with several new opportunities, including students who will be attending FAMU in the Fall as well as several others. Be sure to check deadlines! The Zeta Phi Beta Scholarship is open to ALL students and the deadline for application is Monday, March 9th. Please message Mrs. Scheuerman or come by the Resource Room with any questions you have.

· Juniors – if you have not yet taken the time to “opt in” for the College Board’s Opportunity Scholarship, now is the time! You can begin to earn opportunities for FREE funds beginning Fall of your Junior year. We have had one of our own Mainland Buccaneers already receive $1,000 through this program! Congratulations to Senior

Briona Conwell on her award! If you are not sure how to opt in, please see Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room located in Student Services.

· It is not too late to sign up for the March 26th ASVAB. Please stop by Student services to get on the list. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program is a FREE assessment open to all students in 10th-12th grade. It is a great tool to help you explore your strengths and how they relate to career and college, and is also a required step for any student looking into the military as an option after graduation.

· Rising Sophomores and Juniors who live in South Daytona or Port Orange are invited to participate in the Youth Civic Leadership Experience this summer. Information and applications are available in the Resource Room located in Student Services. Applications will be due Friday, March 27th.

· Seniors: there are still a few tickets available for Grad Bash! First come, first served! You may purchase your ticket for $120.00 in the Activities Office before or after school or the concession window outside the Hall of History during lunch. Student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid

· Do you want to be on the Yearbook staff next year? Please pick up an application from Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333. All applications are due by March 12th.

· Fellowship of Christian Athletes t-shirts are now on sale through tomorrow for $10. See Ms. Walker, Mr. Pinyan or Mrs Conquest for orders.

· Are you planning to bring a non-Mainland guest to Prom on Saturday, April 4 at the Daytona 500 Club? Make sure to pick up a guest permission form in the Deans Office or Activities Office. Guest permission forms are due to the Deans Office by Friday, March 27….just a week after we return from Spring Break.

· Thanks to all that visited the Black History Display in the Media Center and filled out the scavenger hunt form! The winner of the $25 Chick-fil-a gift card is…..Jennifer Theel! Congratulations! You may pick up your gift card in the Media Center during lunch.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Wednesday, March 4th

The Lady Bucs Dance and Drill are returning from the Contest of Champions Dance Nationals with a list of successful rankings from their performances against over 100 teams from across the nation! Congratulations Lady Bucs for earning 2nd place in High Kick, 5th place in Pom, 14th place in Jazz, and 18th place in Hip Hop! The Lady Bucs Officers also earned themselves 15th place in the nation with their jazz routine! Thank you so much to all of our officers; Captain: Taylor Weaver, Co-Captain: Samyra Patterson, and Junior Officer: Brianna Morris, and team members: Mariah Hutchinson, Jamiya Hicks, Toni-Ann Gordon, Aniyah Williams, Jenna Ramsook, Abigail Coffing, Maya Cosme, Keely DeJesus, Johnasia Ferguson, and Keyara Wallace! Fabulous job ladies!

· If you are on the list to go to International Club Universal Trip, please come to the important meeting tomorrow in Ms. Woodbury’s room 2-326 during lunch.

· ASL Club will meet during lunch tomorrow in room 2-327, we will be discussing some important information so please do try to make it!

· Mr. and Miss Mainland is tomorrow! In-school candy ballots for the show during 6th and 7th period are on sale in the Activities Office for $3—cash only. Evening show is at 7:00pm and tickets are $5. You don’t want to miss out!

· ASIM’s last blood drive of the year will be held next Thursday, March 12th. Students interested in donating blood can sign up during lunch in the courtyard starting Friday through next 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!

· Seniors: have you ordered your cap and gown? If you haven’t, Jostens will be here one more time for orders on Wednesday, March 25 during lunch in the Hall of History. Cost is $65.00. Also, if you ordered graduation announcements, you may pick them up at this time.

· Students – there is a FREE ACT/SAT Test Prep being offered by Trio this Saturday at Daytona State. Information flyer is available on the Mainland Webpage as well as in Student Services. Registration is required to attend.

· Seniors – the scholarship and college news pages are updated with several new opportunities, including students who will be attending FAMU in the Fall as well as several others. Be sure to check deadlines! The Zeta Phi Beta Scholarship is open to ALL

students and the deadline for application is Monday, March 9th. Please message Mrs. Scheuerman or come by the Resource Room with any questions you have.

· Juniors – if you have not yet taken the time to “opt in” for the College Board’s Opportunity Scholarship, now is the time! You can begin to earn opportunities for FREE funds beginning Fall of your Junior year. We have had one of our own Mainland Buccaneers already receive $1,000 through this program! Congratulations to Senior Briona Conwell on her award! If you are not sure how to opt in, please see Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room located in Student Services.

· It is not too late to sign up for the March 26th ASVAB. Please stop by Student services to get on the list. The ASVAB Career Exploration Program is a FREE assessment open to all students in 10th-12th grade. It is a great tool to help you explore your strengths and how they relate to career and college, and is also a required step for any student looking into the military as an option after graduation.

· Rising Sophomores and Juniors who live in South Daytona or Port Orange are invited to participate in the Youth Civic Leadership Experience this summer. Information and applications are available in the Resource Room located in Student Services. Applications will be due Friday, March 27th.

· Seniors: there are still a few tickets available for Grad Bash! First come, first served! You may purchase your ticket for $120.00 in the Activities Office before or after school or the concession window outside the Hall of History during lunch. Student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid

· Students: would you like to win a $25.00 gift card to Chick-fil-a? Visit the Black History display in our Media Center, fill out the scavenger hunt form and drop it in the box for your chance to win! Winner will be announced this Friday, March 6.

· Do you want to be on the Yearbook staff next year? Please pick up an application from Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333. All applications are due by March 12th.

· Fellowship of Christian Athletes t-shirts are now on sale through tomorrow for $10. See Ms. Walker, Mr. Pinyan or Mrs Conquest for orders.

· Are you planning to bring a non-Mainland guest to Prom on Saturday, April 4 at the Daytona 500 Club? Make sure to pick up a guest permission form in the Deans Office or Activities Office. Guest permission forms are due to the Deans Office by Friday, March 27….just a week after we return from Spring Break.

· And now, the Bucs of the Week:

Scholar Athlete: Cydney Wright

Citizen: Michelle Perez

Leadership: Ashley Gross

Scholar: Caleb Lanier

Congratulations Bucs!

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Tuesday, March 3rd

· Coach McCoy would like to give a great big shout out to the Mainland girls tennis team for a victory over Mantazas 6-1. Keyona Rivera, defeated her opponent 8-0; Aleandra Kilgore defeated her opponent 8-4; Eden Whitmer defeated her opponent 8-3; Jaelle Roan defeated her opponent 8-0; Number 1 doubles Caitlyn Harris and Sylvia Okho defeated their opponents 8-0; Number 2 doubles Faith Wood and Marilyn Garranaza defeated their opponents 8-6. Congratulations ladies!

· Auditions for the Spring theatre production, The Wish Upon a Star Revue are today, March 3rd, after school in Room 1-272. Please have a Disney song prepared to sing. If you are interested in being a part of the production but cannot make auditions this afternoon, please stop by room 1-272 to get more information. We are looking for solo singers as well as ensemble members and backstage crew.

· If you are on the list to go to International Club Universal Trip, please come to the important meeting this Thursday, March 5th at Ms. Woodbury’s room 2-326 during lunch.

· Mr. and Miss Mainland is this Thursday, March 5! In-school candy ballots for the show during 6th and 7th period are on sale in the Activities Office for $3—cash only. Evening show is at 7:00pm and tickets are $5. You don’t want to miss out!

· Seniors: have you ordered your cap and gown? If you haven’t, Jostens will be here one more time for orders on Wednesday, March 25 during lunch in the Hall of History. Cost is $65.00. Also, if you ordered graduation announcements, you may pick them up at this time.

· Seniors: there are still a few tickets available for Grad Bash! First come, first served! You may purchase your ticket for $120.00 in the Activities Office before or after school or the concession window outside the Hall of History during lunch. Student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid

· Students: would you like to win a $25.00 gift card to Chick-fil-a? Visit the Black History display in our Media Center, fill out the scavenger hunt form and drop it in the box for your chance to win! Winner will be announced this Friday, March 6.

· Do you want to be on the Yearbook staff next year? Please pick up an application from Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333. All applications are due by March 12th.

· Fellowship of Christian Athletes t-shirts are now on sale through this Thursday, March 5th for $10. See Ms. Walker, Mr. Pinyan or Mrs Conquest for orders.

· Are you planning to bring a non-Mainland guest to Prom on Saturday, April 4 at the Daytona 500 Club? Make sure to pick up a guest permission form in the Deans Office or Activities Office. Guest permission forms are due to the Deans Office by Friday, March 27….just a week after we return from Spring Break.

· Votes were tallied for this year’s prom theme: And the winning theme is : Met Gala

And now, this year’s Prom Court:

o Jourdon Cooper

o Jennifer Cruz

o Kathia Marquez

o Masia Mims

o Natalie Race

o Mar’kia Rimini

o Chantal Szinegh

o Katie Stoner

o Jacob Bridger

o Ethan Gettman

o Natanael Hebert

o Mehki Howard

o Victor Howard

o Darien Lamont

o Jamarcus Long

o Tommy Short

Congratulations to all! There will be a meeting today at the beginning of lunch in the SGA room 1-260.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Monday, March 2nd

· Mainland’s AFJROTC competitive teams finished up a very successful drill season at the Melbourne High School drill meet, earning 3 trophies. Junior Will Phillips earned a well-deserved 3rd place in solo armed drill; Senior Commander Ashley Gross’ color guard team finished in 2nd place in the Air Force routine, while Coltan Hagan led his regulation team to a third place finish. Great job cadets!

· ACLU Future Voters Essay Contest deadline has been extended. The due date has been extended to March 15th. In addition to $500, the winning essay will be published in FlaglerLive.

· Students: would you like to win a $25.00 gift card to Chick-fil-a? Visit the Black History display in our Media Center, fill out the scavenger hunt form and drop it in the box for your chance to win! Winner will be announced this Friday, March 6.

· Do you want to be on the Yearbook staff next year? Please pick up an application from Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333. All applications are due by March 12th.

· Seniors: there are still a few tickets available for Grad Bash! First come, first served! You may purchase your ticket for $120.00 in the Activities Office before or after school or the concession window outside the Hall of History during lunch. Student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid.

· Are you planning to bring a non-Mainland guest to Prom on Saturday, April 4 at the Daytona 500 Club? Make sure to pick up a guest permission form in the Deans Office or Activities Office. Guest permission forms are due to the Deans Office by Friday, March 27….just a week after we return from Spring Break.

· Fellowship of Christian Athletes t-shirts are now on sale through March 5th for $10. See Ms. Walker, Mr. Pinyan or Mrs Conquest for orders.

· Mr. and Miss Mainland is this Thursday, March 5! In-school candy ballots for the show during 6th and 7th period are on sale starting today in the Activities Office for $3—cash only. Evening show is at 7:00pm and tickets are $5. Our class of 2021 contestants are: Natalie Correia, Georgia Crumpler, Kristina Daidola, Leah Webber, Jacqueline Williams, Devin Dorton, Kienan Khan, Peter Nguyen, Louis Pena and Skyler Stafford. Come out and see what the class of 2021 has to offer! You don’t want to miss it!

· The Spring ASVAB sign-up is available now in Student Services! The ASVAB test is open to students in grades 10-12 and will take place on Thursday, March 26th. See Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room with any questions you may have.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Friday, February 28th

· Congratulations to the girls flag football team for defeating New Smyrna Beach yesterday in a big win, 35-13. Outstanding performances were by sophomore Avari Albright-Walker and Senior Katie Stoner that led the defense, senior Arin Dixon, with 2 Touchdowns, Super freshman Molly Bronson with 2 touchdowns, and Sophomore quarterback Alexa Wilson who threw for 5 touchdowns and zero interceptions. Thank you to all Faculty that came out to support the girls.

· The never say die Mainland Varsity baseball team mounted an 8 run comeback in the bottom of the 6th inning yesterday to defeat Taylor Wildcats by a score of 9-6. The go ahead run was scored by sophomore pinch hitter Joey Scudiero’s bases clearing 3RBI double to put the Buc’s up 7-6. Two more runs were scored on Gabe Bridges’ 2RBI single, Sr Quentin Williams was 2 for 3 with double and RBI, Sr Dylan Gilmore was 2 for 4 the Bucs are now 2-0 for the young season.

· ACLU Future Voters Essay Contest deadline has been extended. The due date has been extended to March 15th. In addition to $500, the winning essay will be published in FlaglerLive.

· Students: would you like to win a $25.00 gift card to Chick-fil-a? Visit the Black History display in our Media Center, fill out the scavenger hunt form and drop it in the box for your chance to win! Winner will be announced Friday, March 6.

· Do you want to be on the Yearbook staff next year? Please pick up an application from Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333. All applications are due by March 12th.

· Seniors: there are still a few tickets available for Grad Bash! First come, first served! You may purchase your ticket for $120.00 in the Activities Office before or after school or the concession window outside the Hall of History during lunch. Student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid.

· Seniors: Prom theme voting and Prom Court nominations are taking place today in English class. If you don’t have an English class, you may vote and nominate in the Activities Office. Any questions about Prom Court, stop by the Activities Office.

· Are you planning to bring a non-Mainland guest to Prom on Saturday, April 4 at the Daytona 500 Club? Make sure to pick up a guest permission form in the Deans Office or

Activities Office. Guest permission forms are due to the Deans Office by Friday, March 27….just a week after we return from Spring Break.

· Fellowship of Christian Athletes t-shirts are now on sale through March 5th for $10. See Ms. Walker, Mr. Pinyan or Mrs Conquest for orders.

· The Spring ASVAB sign-up is available now in Student Services! The ASVAB test is open to students in grades 10-12 and will take place on Thursday, March 26th. See Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room with any questions you may have.

· Today is the last day to get your Yearbook for just $60. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Wednesday, February 26th

· Boys Varsity baseball won their season opening game in dramatic fashion yesterday defeating Crescent City in a walk off as Dylan Gilmore doubled to score Gabe Bridges from 1st base in the bottom of the seventh inning with two outs. Way to go Bucs!

· Students: would you like to win a $25.00 gift card to Chick-fil-a? Visit the Black History display in our Media Center, fill out the scavenger hunt form and drop it in the box for your chance to win! Winner will be announced Friday, March 6.

· Do you want to be on the Yearbook staff next year? Please pick up an application from Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333. All applications are due by March 12th.

· Seniors: there are a limited number of tickets still available for Grad Bash! You may purchase your ticket for $120.00 in the Activities Office before or after school or the concession window outside the Hall of History during lunch. Student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid.

· Seniors: Prom theme voting and Prom Court nominations will take place this Friday, February 28 in English class. If you don’t have an English class, you may vote and nominate in the Activities Office. Any questions about Prom Court, stop by the Activities Office.

· Seniors – there are THREE scholarships that are all due this week if you have been working on them; but there is still time to start if you have not already! The MHS Class of ’64 has two that they are offering and both are exclusive to Mainland Seniors. If you are planning to go to trade school for electrical, plumbing, welding, mechanics or other fields, please be sure to take this opportunity for $500! Also the Alpha Phi Alpha BLD Fraternity Chapter is offering a $1,000 scholarship exclusive for MALE students. Please, check the school website and come see Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource room about these great opportunities! You will never receive money for scholarships you do not apply for!

· Junior and Senior Students – This Friday, February 28th, is the registration deadline for the April 4th ACT test. If you are planning to register and qualify for a fee waiver, please come by the Resource Room before Thursday. Without the waiver, there is a $30 late registration fee that will be charged if you miss the Friday deadline.

· Seniors – have you completed your FAFSA application yet for financial aid? Do you even know what the FAFSA is? If you answered NO to either of these questions, we would

love to help you out! The Resource Room located in Student Services is open to assist, stop by and we can help you out. And seniors that HAVE completed the FAFSA, you are challenged with finding a classmate that needs help, and bringing them to the Resource Room for information and help.

· Fellowship of Christian Athletes t-shirts are now on sale through March 5th for $10. See Ms. Walker, Mr. Pinyan or Mrs Conquest for orders.

· The Spring ASVAB sign-up is available now in Student Services! The ASVAB test is open to students in grades 10-12 and will take place on Thursday, March 26th. See Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room with any questions you may have.

· Yearbooks are $60 until February 28th. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· Mr. and Miss Mainland is next Thursday, March 5! In-school candy ballots for the show during 6th and 7th period will go on sale starting Monday in the Activities Office for $3—cash only. Evening show is at 7:00pm and tickets are $8. Our class of 2021 contestants are: Natalie Correia, Georgia Crumpler, Kristina Daidola, Leah Webber, Jacqueline Williams, Devin Dorton, Kienan Khan, Peter Nguyen, Louis Pena and Skyler Stafford. Come out and see what the class of 2021 has to offer! You don’t want to miss it!

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Tuesday, February 25th

· Tickets for tonight’s Boys Basketball playoff game vs Fleming Island are on sale today during lunch in the gym concession stand for $7.00. Buy your tickets early and avoid missing out on the biggest game of the year tonight at 7:00pm.

· Students: would you like to win a $25.00 gift card to Chick-fil-a? Visit the Black History display in our Media Center, fill out the scavenger hunt form and drop it in the box for your chance to win! Winner will be announced Friday, March 6.

· Do you want to be on the Yearbook staff next year? Please pick up an application from Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333. All applications are due by March 12th.

· Seniors: there are a limited number of tickets still available for Grad Bash! You may purchase your ticket for $120.00 in the Activities Office before or after school or the concession window outside the Hall of History during lunch. Student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid.

· Seniors: Prom theme voting and Prom Court nominations will take place this Friday, February 28 in English class. If you don’t have an English class, you may vote and nominate in the Activities Office. Any questions about Prom Court, stop by the Activities Office.

· Seniors – there are THREE scholarships that are all due this week if you have been working on them; but there is still time to start if you have not already! The MHS Class of ’64 has two that they are offering and both are exclusive to Mainland Seniors. If you are planning to go to trade school for electrical, plumbing, welding, mechanics or other fields, please be sure to take this opportunity for $500! Also the Alpha Phi Alpha BLD Fraternity Chapter is offering a $1,000 scholarship exclusive for MALE students. Please, check the school website and come see Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource room about these great opportunities! You will never receive money for scholarships you do not apply for!

· Junior and Senior Students – This Friday, February 28th, is the registration deadline for the April 4th ACT test. If you are planning to register and qualify for a fee waiver, please come by the Resource Room before Thursday. Without the waiver, there is a $30 late registration fee that will be charged if you miss the Friday deadline.

· Seniors – have you completed your FAFSA application yet for financial aid? Do you even know what the FAFSA is? If you answered NO to either of these questions, we would

love to help you out! The Resource Room located in Student Services is open to assist, stop by and we can help you out. And seniors that HAVE completed the FAFSA, you are challenged with finding a classmate that needs help, and bringing them to the Resource Room for information and help.

· Fellowship of Christian Athletes t-shirts are now on sale through March 5th for $10. See Ms. Walker, Mr. Pinyan or Mrs Conquest for orders.

· The Spring ASVAB sign-up is available now in Student Services! The ASVAB test is open to students in grades 10-12 and will take place on Thursday, March 26th. See Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room with any questions you may have.

· Yearbooks are $60 until February 28th. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Monday, February 24th

· Tickets for tomorrow night’s Boys Basketball playoff game vs Fleming Island are on sale today and tomorrow during lunch in the gym concession stand for $7.00. Buy your tickets early and avoid missing out on the biggest game of the year.

· Students: would you like to win a $25.00 gift card to Chick-fil-a? Visit the Black History display in our Media Center, fill out the scavenger hunt form and drop it in the box for your chance to win! Winner will be announced Friday, March 6.

· SGA is hosting a Black History Month Panel to have an open conversation about topics concerning African Americans in today’s society today at 4:00pm in the multipurpose room. Our Speakers include Paula Reed, Harold Lucas, Dr. Muriel Fuqua, Dr. Rhonda Lyons and Nick Prince. Come out and join us our panel discussion.

· Attention track team members: Track Parent meeting tonight at 6:30pm.

· Seniors: there are a limited number of tickets still available for Grad Bash! You may purchase your ticket for $120.00 in the Activities Office before or after school or the concession window outside the Hall of History during lunch. Student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid.

· Seniors: Prom theme voting and Prom Court nominations will take place this Friday, February 28 in English class. If you don’t have an English class, you may vote and nominate in the Activities Office. Any questions about Prom Court, stop by the Activities Office.

· Seniors – there are THREE scholarships that are all due this week if you have been working on them; but there is still time to start if you have not already! The MHS Class of ’64 has two that they are offering and both are exclusive to Mainland Seniors. If you are planning to go to trade school for electrical, plumbing, welding, mechanics or other fields, please be sure to take this opportunity for $500! Also the Alpha Phi Alpha BLD Fraternity Chapter is offering a $1,000 scholarship exclusive for MALE students. Please, check the school website and come see Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource room about these great opportunities! You will never receive money for scholarships you do not apply for!

· Junior and Senior Students – This Friday, February 28th, is the registration deadline for the April 4th ACT test. If you are planning to register and qualify for a fee waiver, please

come by the Resource Room before Thursday. Without the waiver, there is a $30 late registration fee that will be charged if you miss the Friday deadline.

· Seniors – have you completed your FAFSA application yet for financial aid? Do you even know what the FAFSA is? If you answered NO to either of these questions, we would love to help you out! The Resource Room located in Student Services is open to assist, stop by and we can help you out. And seniors that HAVE completed the FAFSA, you are challenged with finding a classmate that needs help, and bringing them to the Resource Room for information and help.

· Fellowship of Christian Athletes t-shirts are now on sale through March 5th for $10. See Ms. Walker, Mr. Pinyan or Mrs Conquest for orders.

· The Spring ASVAB sign-up is available now in Student Services! The ASVAB test is open to students in grades 10-12 and will take place on Thursday, March 26th. See Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room with any questions you may have.

· Yearbooks are $60 until February 28th. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Friday, February 21st

· Congratulations to the boys basketball team for defeating Forest High School in the first round of the state playoffs last night by a score of 67-55. The boys will play at home for the second round on Tuesday against Fleming Island with a 7:00 tipoff. All tickets are $7.00. Tickets will be on sale Monday and Tuesday before school and during lunch from the gym concession stand. Buy your tickets early and avoid missing out on the biggest game of the year.

· Today’s Varsity Baseball game has been cancelled.

· ALL JV baseball players are reminded to report to Coach Pinyan’s room immediately after school today.

· The ESOL club is having an activity today during lunch in Ms. Quesada’s classroom, room 2-328. See you there!

· Seniors on the wait list for Grad Bash, we’ve added a bus. Stop by the concession window outside the Hall of History during lunch or in the Activities Office before or after school to purchase your ticket. Other seniors interested in attending the trip may also stop by to purchase a ticket for $120.00. Student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid.

· Seniors: Prom theme voting and Prom Court nominations will take place on Friday, February 28 in English class. If you don’t have an English class, you may vote and nominate in the Activities Office. Any questions about Prom Court, stop by the Activities Office.

· Attention track team members: Track Parent meeting on Monday, February 24 at 6:30pm.

· On Monday, February 24th at 4:00pm in the MPR, SGA is hosting a Black History Month Panel to have an open conversation about topics concerning African Americans in today’s society. Our Speakers include Paula Reed, Harold Lucas, Dr. Muriel Fuqua, Dr. Rhonda Lyons and Nick Prince. Come out and join us our panel discussion.

· Fellowship of Christian Athletes t-shirts are now on sale through March 5th for $10. See Ms. Walker, Mr. Pinyan or Mrs Conquest for orders.

· The Spring ASVAB sign-up is available now in Student Services! The ASVAB test is open to students in grades 10-12 and will take place on Thursday, March 26th. See Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room with any questions you may have.

· Yearbooks are $60 until February 28th. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Tuesday, February 18th

· Congrats to the Mainland Softball team for starting its season with a win this weekend down in Titusville. Come on out this Friday to see your Bucs take on FPC in our home opener right after school at 4:00. See you there and Buc Pride Never Dies!

· On Saturday, the Science Olympiad team competed in Regionals at Embry Riddle University. They worked hard and out of 20 teams and 23 events, they placed in the top 6 in a few events. Malana Jackson and Sam Thomas earned 3rd in Protein Modeling. Hunter Chewning and Kaylee Gibson earned 5th in Detector Building. Trish Ann Parkinson and Angela Adelmeyer earned 5th in Geologic Mapping. Aaisha Ouda and Matthew Gorenstein placed 6th in Water Quality. And Sam Thomas and Angela Adelmeyer earned 6th in Boomilever. Other valuable members of the team were Grace Scheuerman, Kirrsten Skrbinsek, Aleishka Torres, Arianna Stegall, Ameer Abdurahman, and Megan Jones. Way to go Bucs!

· Mainland High Schools’ Air Force competitive drill and color guard teams capped off a busy week by winning the most medals and trophies going back at least 15 years. Will Phillips took home 2nd place in solo armed exhibition while Moses Perez placed 3rd in Individual Drill Routine. The JV drill team, under the direction of William Alexander, placed first in inspection and 2nd in drill sequence. The varsity regulation drill team, under command by Coltan Hagan, earned a third place trophy. One color guard team, led by Ashley Gross, earned a 3rd place in inspection and a 2nd place in the army color guard routine. Moses also commanded his color guard team to 1st place in the Air Force routine and was also rewarded with a top commander trophy. Great job teams!

· The girls basketball team takes on Creekside high school tonight in the 2nd round of the state tournament. The Lady Bucs are coming off an impressive 1st round win against the top seed in the region, Tallahassee Lincoln. The girls play tonight at Creekside High School with a 7:00 PM tip off.

· The boys basketball team will enter the state tournament as the 2 seed in the region after a convincing victory in the district championship against Forest High school. The boys will be home on Thursday at 7:00 pm and are matched up once again with Forest high. Tickets are $7.00 for the game and no passes are allowed. We hope to see everyone out to support both teams as they make there way through the state tournament!

· National Honor Society is having a meeting today during lunch or after school about our upcoming events and elections. Come see Mr. Lawrence room 1-215 for more information.

· Seniors, the deadline to pay for Grad Bash has been extended until tomorrow, Wednesday, February 19. Tickets are $120.00 and student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid. You may purchase your ticket during lunch in the concession outside the Hall of History and before and after school in the Activities Office.

· Attention Club and Sport reps and Academy Liaisons: General Assembly meeting this Thursday, February 20 during lunch. Bring your lunch so we can get started right away.

· Seniors – don’t forget to check the scholarship page, new opportunities are added weekly. Pay attention to deadlines and ask for help if needed. Stop by the Resource Room with any questions you may have.

· On Monday, February 24th at 4:00pm in the MPR, SGA is hosting a Black History Month Panel to have an open conversation about topics concerning African Americans in today’s society. Our Speakers include Paula Reed, Harold Lucas, Dr. Muriel Fuqua, Dr. Rhonda Lyons and Nick Prince. Come out and join us our panel discussion.

· The Spring ASVAB sign-up is available now in Student Services! The ASVAB test is open to students in grades 10-12 and will take place on Thursday, March 26th. See Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room with any questions you may have.

· Yearbooks are $60 until February 28th. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Friday, February 14th

· The Athletic Training Room will be closed today during 7th period and after school.

· National Honor Society is having a meeting Tuesday February 18th during lunch or after school about our upcoming events and elections. Come see Mr. Lawrence room 1-215 for more information.

· Seniors, the deadline to pay for Grad Bash has been extended until Wednesday, February 19. Tickets are $120.00 and student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid. You may purchase your ticket during lunch in the concession outside the Hall of History and before and after school in the Activities Office.

· Seniors – don’t forget to check the scholarship page, new opportunities are added weekly. Pay attention to deadlines and ask for help if needed. Stop by the Resource Room with any questions you may have.

· On Monday, February 24th at 4:00pm in the MPR, SGA is hosting a Black History Month Panel to have an open conversation about topics concerning African Americans in today’s society. Our Speakers include Paula Reed, Harold Lucas, Dr. Muriel Fuqua, Dr. Rhonda Lyons and Nick Prince. Come out and join us our panel discussion.

· The Spring ASVAB sign-up is available now in Student Services! The ASVAB test is open to students in grades 10-12 and will take place on Thursday, March 26th. See Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room with any questions you may have.

· Yearbooks are $60 until February 28th. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Thursday, February 13th

· The Athletic Training Room will be closed today and tomorrow during 7th period and after school.

· Sophomores – don’t forget that tonight is Buc Family Night at 6pm in the Multipurpose Room. Please make plans to attend with your family. If you have questions, please speak with Mrs. Scheuerman in Student Services.

· FCA will meet during lunch today in the Multipurpose room.

· National Honor Society is having a meeting Tuesday February 18th during lunch or after school about our upcoming events and elections. Come see Mr. Lawrence room 1-215 for more information.

· Seniors, Grad Bash is on Friday, April 24. Tickets are on sale through tomorrow. Tickets are $120.00. In order to purchase a ticket, student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid. You may pick up a permission form in the Activities office or main office. Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis. You may purchase your ticket during lunch in the concession outside the Hall of History.

· Seniors – don’t forget to check the scholarship page, new opportunities are added weekly. Pay attention to deadlines and ask for help if needed. Stop by the Resource Room with any questions you may have.

· On Monday, February 24th at 4:00pm in the MPR, SGA is hosting a Black History Month Panel to have an open conversation about topics concerning African Americans in today’s society. Our Speakers include Paula Reed, Harold Lucas, Dr. Muriel Fuqua, Dr. Rhonda Lyons and Nick Prince. Come out and join us our panel discussion.

· The Spring ASVAB sign-up is available now in Student Services! The ASVAB test is open to students in grades 10-12 and will take place on Thursday, March 26th. See Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room with any questions you may have.

· Yearbooks are $60 until February 28th. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Wednesday, February 12th

· Wishing a great big Thank You to the students who participated at the Volusia County Envirothon last Saturday. Those students were Caroline Korn, Ashley Korn, Coltan Hagan, Josh Weaver and Jacob Weaver.

· JV baseball practice today has been cancelled.

· Seniors – bring your lunch and join Mrs. Scheuerman today in the MPR during lunch; we will be covering current scholarships that are available and will have time to answer questions you may still have. If you need help reviewing financial aid letters, bring a copy with you.

· Art club will be meeting after school today in Ms. Wise’s room 2-128.

· National Honor Society is having a meeting Tuesday February 18th during lunch or after school about our upcoming events and elections. Come see Mr. Lawrence room 1-215 for more information.

· Seniors, Grad Bash is on Friday, April 24. Tickets are on sale through this Friday, February 14. Tickets are $120.00. In order to purchase a ticket, student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid. You may pick up a permission form in the Activities office or main office. Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis. You may purchase your ticket during lunch in the concession outside the Hall of History.

· Seniors – don’t forget to check the scholarship page, new opportunities are added weekly. Pay attention to deadlines and ask for help if needed. Stop by the Resource Room with any questions you may have.

· Sophomores – don’t forget that tomorrow is Buc Family Night at 6pm in the Multipurpose Room. Please make plans to attend with your family. If you have questions, please speak with Mrs. Scheuerman in Student Services.

· On Monday, February 24th at 4:00pm in the MPR, SGA is hosting a Black History Month Panel to have an open conversation about topics concerning African Americans in today’s society. Our Speakers include Paula Reed, Harold Lucas, Dr. Muriel Fuqua, Dr. Rhonda Lyons and Nick Prince. Come out and join us our panel discussion.

Tuesday, February 11th

· Seniors – the scholarship page on the Mainland Website has been updated with many new scholarship opportunities, several of which are due this month! Check it out, don’t miss out on FREE FUNDS!

· Seniors, Grad Bash is on Friday, April 24. Tickets are on sale through this Friday, February 14. Tickets are $120.00. In order to purchase a ticket, student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid. You may pick up a permission form in the Activities office or main office. Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis. You may purchase your ticket during lunch in the concession outside the Hall of History.

· The Spring ASVAB sign-up is available now in Student Services! The ASVAB test is open to students in grades 10-12 and will take place on Thursday, March 26th. See Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room with any questions you may have.

· Yearbooks are $60 until February 28th. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Monday, February 12th

· Seniors – the scholarship page on the Mainland Website has been updated with many new scholarship opportunities, several of which are due this month! Check it out, don’t miss out on FREE FUNDS!

· Seniors, Grad Bash is on Friday, April 24. Tickets are on sale through this Friday, February 14. Tickets are $120.00. In order to purchase a ticket, student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid. You may pick up a permission form in the Activities office or main office. Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis. You may purchase your ticket during lunch in the concession outside the Hall of History.

· The Spring ASVAB sign-up is available now in Student Services! The ASVAB test is open to students in grades 10-12 and will take place on Thursday, March 26th. See Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room with any questions you may have.

· Yearbooks are $60 until February 28th. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Friday, February 7th

· This week is National School Guidance Counselor week. Mrs. Winck-Hall Guidance Director, Mrs. Hepburn Senior Counselor, Mr. Petko Junior Counselor, Mrs. Vargas Sophomore Counselor, and Mr. Cherry Freshman Counselor we appreciate all that you do to ensure student success and the support you provide for all stakeholders. When you see a counselor this week and anytime you have an opportunity please tell them thank-you!

· ESOL Club will meet during lunch today in Ms. Quesada’s room 2-328.

· Reminder Key and Rotary Club has a beach cleanup tomorrow starting at 9AM at the Botefhur Approach. It will be over by 10AM, be on time !!!!

· Seniors – the scholarship page on the Mainland Website has been updated with many new scholarship opportunities, several of which are due this month! Check it out, don’t miss out on FREE FUNDS!

· Seniors, Grad Bash is on Friday, April 24. Tickets are on sale now through Friday, February 14. Tickets are $120.00. In order to purchase a ticket, student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid. You may pick up a permission form in the Activities office or main office. Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis. You may purchase your ticket during lunch in the concession outside the Hall of History.

· The Spring ASVAB sign-up is available now in Student Services! The ASVAB test is open to students in grades 10-12 and will take place on Thursday, March 26th. See Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room with any questions you may have.

· Yearbooks are $60 until February 28th. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Thursday, February 6th

· This week is National School Guidance Counselor week. Mrs. Winck-Hall Guidance Director, Mrs. Hepburn Senior Counselor, Mr. Petko Junior Counselor, Mrs. Vargas Sophomore Counselor, and Mr. Cherry Freshman Counselor we appreciate all that you do to ensure student success and the support you provide for all stakeholders. When you see a counselor this week and anytime you have an opportunity please tell them thank-you!

· ASL Club will meet during lunch today in room 2-327.

· Art club will be meeting during lunch today in Ms. Wise’s room.

· International Club meeting will be held today during lunch! Please bring your supplies for our function and pocky orders plus money.

· Juniors – don’t forget that there is an 11th Grade Family Night tonight at 6pm in the MPR. We will be covering important information for the end of your Junior Year as well as valuable material to help you prepare for Senior Year. You will also receive a personalized graduation page that will include your current credits and other items. Please do not miss this meeting.

· Rotary and Key Clubs will have a beach cleanup this Saturday morning at 9AM at the Botefuhr Approach. Clean up will be over by 10AM. See Coach Burton with any questions

· Seniors – the scholarship page on the Mainland Website has been updated with many new scholarship opportunities, several of which are due this month! Check it out, don’t miss out on FREE FUNDS!

· Seniors, Grad Bash is on Friday, April 24. Tickets are on sale now through Friday, February 14. Tickets are $120.00. In order to purchase a ticket, student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid. You may pick up a permission form in the Activities office or main office. Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis. You may purchase your ticket during lunch in the concession outside the Hall of History.

· The Spring ASVAB sign-up is available now in Student Services! The ASVAB test is open to students in grades 10-12 and will take place on Thursday, March 26th. See Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room with any questions you may have.

· Yearbooks are $60 until February 28th. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Wednesday, February 5th

· Congratulations to the Buccaneer wrestling team last night as they beat Toho at home for senior night. 11 wrestlers won, highlighted by wins from seniors Austin Grunder and Tommy Short. Huge thank you to the Lady Bucs, Color Guard, Cheer Team, FCA, and Spirit Club for coming out to support and perform for the crowd!

· This week is National School Guidance Counselor week. Mrs. Winck-Hall Guidance Director, Mrs. Hepburn Senior Counselor, Mr. Petko Junior Counselor, Mrs. Vargas Sophomore Counselor, and Mr. Cherry Freshman Counselor we appreciate all that you do to ensure student success and the support you provide for all stakeholders. When you see a counselor this week and anytime you have an opportunity please tell them thank-you!

· Art club will be meeting during lunch today and tomorrow in Ms. Wise’s room.

· International Club meeting will be held tomorrow during lunch! Please bring your supplies for our function and pocky orders plus money.

· Rotary and Key Clubs will have a beach cleanup this Saturday morning at 9AM at the Botefuhr Approach. Clean up will be over by 10AM. See Coach Burton with any questions

· Seniors – the scholarship page on the Mainland Website has been updated with many new scholarship opportunities, several of which are due this month! Check it out, don’t miss out on FREE FUNDS!

· Seniors, Grad Bash is on Friday, April 24. Tickets are on sale now through Friday, February 14. Tickets are $120.00. In order to purchase a ticket, student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid. You may pick up a permission form in the Activities office or main office. Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis. You may purchase your ticket during lunch in the concession outside the Hall of History.

· The Spring ASVAB sign-up is available now in Student Services! The ASVAB test is open to students in grades 10-12 and will take place on Thursday, March 26th. See Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room with any questions you may have.

· Attention boys, Are you interested in joining a sports team at Mainland? Are you interested in earning a varsity letter? Come tryout for the Mainland tennis team. We

meet every day after school on the tennis courts behind building 2. If you have any interest, please stop by after school or come see coach Monahan in the gym.

· Yearbooks are $60 until February 28th. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· And now, this week’s Bucs of the week!

Leadership: Jaycee Marques

Scholar: Logan Mills

Athlete: Alexa Wilson

Citizen: Kenneth Johnson

Congratulations Bucs!!

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Tuesday, February 4th

· Join the wrestling team for senior night tonight. Spirit Club is hosting a tailgate from 5pm to 6 in the senior parking lot with some refreshments, poster-making, games and lots of fun. Everyone is welcome and be sure to wear your blue and gold! Come watch your Mainland wrestling team take on the competition. See everybody there!

· Art club will be meeting during lunch Wednesday and Thursday in Ms. Wise’s room.

· International Club meeting will be held this Thursday during lunch! Please bring your supplies for our function and pocky orders plus money.

· Rotary and Key Clubs will have a beach cleanup this Saturday morning at 9AM at the Botefuhr Approach. Clean up will be over by 10AM. See Coach Burton with any questions

· Seniors, Grad Bash is on Friday, April 24. Tickets are on sale now through Friday, February 14. Tickets are $120.00. In order to purchase a ticket, student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid. You may pick up a permission form in the Activities office or main office. Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis. You may purchase your ticket during lunch in the concession outside the Hall of History.

· Attention boys, Are you interested in joining a sports team at Mainland? Are you interested in earning a varsity letter? Come tryout for the Mainland tennis team. We meet every day after school on the tennis courts behind building 2. If you have any interest, please stop by after school or come see coach Monahan in the gym.

· Yearbooks are $60 until February 28th. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Monday, February 3rd

· Join the wrestling team for senior night tomorrow. Spirit Club is hosting a tailgate from 5pm to 6 in the senior parking lot with some refreshments, poster-making, games and lots of fun. Everyone is welcome and be sure to wear your blue and gold! Come watch your Mainland wrestling team take on the competition. See everybody there!

· Art club will be meeting during lunch Wednesday and Thursday in Ms. Wise’s room.

· Rotary and Key Clubs will have a beach cleanup this Saturday morning at 9AM at the Botefuhr Approach. Clean up will be over by 10AM. See Coach Burton with any questions

· Seniors, Grad Bash is on Friday, April 24. Tickets are on sale now through Friday, February 14. Tickets are $120.00. In order to purchase a ticket, student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid. You may pick up a permission form in the Activities office or main office. Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis. You may purchase your ticket during lunch in the concession outside the Hall of History.

· Attention boys, Are you interested in joining a sports team at Mainland? Are you interested in earning a varsity letter? Come tryout for the Mainland tennis team. We meet every day after school on the tennis courts behind building 2. If you have any interest, please stop by after school or come see coach Monahan in the gym.

· Valentine’s day Pocky Gram pre-order has begun! See International club students or stop by at 2-326 for more details.

· Yearbooks are $60 until February 28th. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Friday, January 31st

· Attention girls interested in flag football: Flag football interest meeting today during lunch in the multipurpose room.

· Rotary and Key Clubs will meet today during lunch in Coach Burton’s room Bldg 2 Room 108, this meeting is only for those members that participated in the Christmas food packaging, any questions see Coach Burton.

· Join the wrestling team for senior night on Tuesday, February 4th. Spirit club and FCA are having a tailgate starting at 5pm before the match at 6pm. Come watch your Mainland wrestling team take on the competition. See everybody there!

· Spirit Club is hosting a tailgate for our next home wrestling match on Tuesday, February 4th. Join us from 5pm to 6 in the senior parking lot for some refreshments, poster-making, games and lots of fun. Everyone is welcome and be sure to wear your blue and gold!

· Seniors, Grad Bash is on Friday, April 24. Tickets are on sale now through Friday, February 14. Tickets are $120.00. In order to purchase a ticket, student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid. You may pick up a permission form in the Activities office or main office. Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis. You may purchase your ticket during lunch in the concession outside the Hall of History.

· Attention boys, Are you interested in joining a sports team at Mainland? Are you interested in earning a varsity letter? Come tryout for the Mainland tennis team. We meet every day after school on the tennis courts behind building 2. If you have any interest, please stop by after school or come see coach Monahan in the gym.

· Valentine’s day Pocky Gram pre-order has begun! See International club students or stop by at 2-326 for more details.

· Yearbooks are $60 until February 28th. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Thursday, January 30th

· Fellowship of Christian Athletes huddle meeting today during lunch in the multipurpose room. Everyone is welcome, no club dues or sign up required, and you don’t have to be an athlete! Come join us for food, fellowship and a bible message.

· Seniors, Grad Bash is on Friday, April 24. Tickets are on sale now through Friday, February 14. Tickets are $120.00. In order to purchase a ticket, student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid. You may pick up a permission form in the Activities office or main office. Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis. You may purchase your ticket during lunch in the concession outside the Hall of History.

· Juniors and Seniors are invited to attend tonight’s Financial Aid meeting hosted by Stetson University at 6:00pm in the MPR. Juniors – this is a great opportunity to learn about some of the steps involved with the college application process. Please see Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room if you have questions.

· Attention girls interested in flag football: Flag football interest meeting tomorrow during lunch in the multipurpose room.

· Rotary and Key Clubs will meet tomorrow during lunch in Coach Burton’s room Bldg 2 Room 108, this meeting is only for those members that participated in the Christmas food packaging, any questions see Coach Burton.

· Attention boys, Are you interested in joining a sports team at Mainland? Are you interested in earning a varsity letter? Come tryout for the Mainland tennis team. We meet every day after school on the tennis courts behind building 2. If you have any interest, please stop by after school or come see coach Monahan in the gym.

· Valentine’s day Pocky Gram pre-order has begun! See International club students or stop by at 2-326 for more details.

· Yearbooks are $60 until February 28th. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES

Wednesday, January 29th

· Boys Varsity Soccer defeated Belleview High School 2-0 in the first district win in over 10 years on Monday. Kai Lucas scored 2 goals early in the match to seal the shut out. Sal Victor recorded the first ever shut out in a district tournament at goalie in school history. Boys play at Gainesville High School today in semifinal district play. Keep up the great work boys!

· Congratulations to the girls varsity soccer for their 8-0 win over Belleview HS in round 1 of the district playoffs. Scoring goals Monday night were Grace Hawryluk with 3, Maddi Bronson 1, Molly Bronson 1, Shelby Lecates 1, and Summer Klein scored on a penalty kick. Assisting the goals were Katie stoner with 3, Kassie Stoner had 2, Annie Dougherty had 1, and Shelby Lecates had 1. And Mar’kia Rimini had 2 saves in goal.

· Attention DSC students: if you’re registered for Spring A classes, you must bring your schedule to Mr. Scarborough in the Media Center by the end of the day today. If you have already requested books, please come pick up your books in the Media Center. If you have any DSC books to return, please return them to the Media Center.

· Spirit Bus to the Boys Varsity Basketball this Saturday, February 1 has been cancelled.

· Guild of Gamers has been cancelled after school today.

· Attention all soccer, basketball and wrestling athletes planning on participating in track: see Coach Anthony as soon as possible. The deadline for all others for tryouts is today.

· Fellowship of Christian Athletes huddle meeting tomorrow during lunch in the multipurpose room. Everyone is welcome, no club dues or sign up required, and you don’t have to be an athlete! Come join us for food, fellowship and a bible message.

· Seniors, Grad Bash is on Friday, April 24. Tickets are on sale now through Friday, February 14. Tickets are $120.00. In order to purchase a ticket, student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid. You may pick up a permission form in the Activities office or main office. Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis. You may purchase your ticket during lunch in the concession outside the Hall of History.

· Juniors and Seniors are invited to attend this Thursday’s Financial Aid meeting hosted by Stetson University. Meetings will take place in the MPR at 9am for parents and families only or at 6pm for students and their families. Juniors – this is a great opportunity to

learn about some of the steps involved with the college application process. Flyers were distributed yesterday morning with more information. You can RSVP on the Mainland website homepage, or scan the QR code on the back of the yellow flyer. Please see Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Rom if you have questions or if you did not receive a flyer.

· Attention girls interested in flag football: Flag football interest meeting this Friday, January 31 during lunch in the multipurpose room.

· Rotary and Key Clubs will meet on Friday during lunch in Coach Burton’s room Bldg 2 Room 108, this meeting is only for those members that participated in the Christmas food packaging, any questions see Coach Burton.

· The Scholarship and College News pages on the Mainland Website have both been updated. There are several new opportunities that you will not want to miss. Check the website, and see Mrs. Scheuerman for any paper applications or with any questions you have.

· Valentine’s day Pocky Gram pre-order has begun! See International club students or stop by at 2-326 for more details.

· Yearbooks are $60 until February 28th. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· And now, the Bucs of the Week:

o Leadership: Jemimah Silas

o Scholar: Rebecca Stout

o Athlete: Isaiah Morrison

o Citizenship: Kenneth Johnson

Congratulations Bucs! We’re proud of you!!

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIE

Tuesday, January 28th

· Boys Varsity Soccer defeated Belleview High School 2-0 in the first district win in over 10 years. Kai Lucas scored 2 goals early in the match to seal the shut out. Sal Victor recorded the first ever shut out in a district tournament at goalie in school history. Boys play at Gainesville High School tomorrow in semifinal district play. Keep up the great work boys!

· Congratulations to the girls varsity soccer for their 8-0 win over Belleview HS in round 1 of the district playoffs. Scoring goals last night were Grace Hawryluk with 3, Maddi Bronson 1, Molly Bronson 1, Shelby Lecates 1, and Summer Klein scored on a penalty kick. Assisting the goals were Katie stoner with 3, Kassie Stoner had 2, Annie Dougherty had 1, and Shelby Lecates had 1. And Mar’kia Rimini had 2 saves in goal. Wish the girls good luck tonight as they take on the districts #1 seed Ocala Vanguard at 8pm.

· Spirit Bus to the Boys Varsity Basketball game vs Lakewood Ranch in Lakeland FL this Saturday, February 1. Just $25.00 for round trip transportation, admission to the Mainland-Lakewood Ranch game and admission into a G League (NBA Developmental League) basketball game. Permission forms and $25.00 CASH due today. Limited tickets! Sold on a first come, first served basis. You may purchase tickets during lunch in the concession outside the Hall of History.

· Seniors, Grad Bash is on Friday, April 24. Tickets go on sale today. Tickets are $120.00. In order to purchase a ticket, student must have their school id, signed permission form, full payment and all obligations must be paid. You may pick up a permission form in the Activities office or main office. Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis. You may purchase your ticket during lunch in the concession outside the Hall of History.

· Attention all seniors who did not come to the Senior Seminars offered this week: Please stop by the Multipurpose room during lunch today or tomorrow to pick up your senior packet. Senior packets will not be issued during the school day so please be sure to stop by the Multipurpose room during lunch today or tomorrow! See you soon.

· Attention all soccer, basketball and wrestling athletes planning on participating in track: see Coach Anthony as soon as possible. The deadline for all others for tryouts is tomorrow.

· Art club will meet tomorrow (Wednesday) at lunch in Ms. Wise’s room 2-128.

· Fellowship of Christian Athletes huddle meeting this Thursday during lunch. Everyone is welcome, no club dues or sign up required, and you don’t have to be an athlete! Come join us for food, fellowship and a bible message.

· Juniors and Seniors are invited to attend this Thursday’s Financial Aid meeting hosted by Stetson University. Meetings will take place in the MPR at 9am for parents and families only or at 6pm for students and their families. Juniors – this is a great opportunity to learn about some of the steps involved with the college application process. Flyers were distributed this morning with more information. You can RSVP on the Mainland website homepage, or scan the QR code on the back of the yellow flyer. Please see Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Rom if you have questions or if you did not receive a flyer.

· Attention girls interested in flag football: Flag football interest meeting this Friday, January 31 during lunch in the multipurpose room.

· Rotary and Key Clubs will meet on Friday during lunch in Coach Burton’s room Bldg 2 Room 108, this meeting is only for those members that participated in the Christmas food packaging, any questions see Coach Burton.

· The Scholarship and College News pages on the Mainland Website have both been updated. There are several new opportunities that you will not want to miss. Check the website, and see Mrs. Scheuerman for any paper applications or with any questions you have.

· Valentine’s day Pocky Gram pre-order has begun! See International club students or stop by at 2-326 for more details.

· Yearbooks are $60 until February 28th. Order forms are in the front office. Payments can be made to Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 or online.

· Have a great day Bucs and remember BUC PRIDE NEVER DIES