Daily Announcements

Friday, September 20th

We had a fantastic talent show last week during the Homecoming Carnival! Thank you to all who came out to support our talented singers and twirler! The audience voted and the results are in…Mainland’s Best Talent for 2019 is….Rickel Stenson!! Congratulations Rickel! 

Congratulations to our Mainland Volleyball team for their victories over Pine Ridge last night. Top performers were Kacie Cox, Cemiyah Talton, Elizabeth Hernandez and Jourdon Cooper from the Varsity. Top performers from the JV team were Kalani Stewart and Sydney Cooper. Tonight, our girls head to Atlantic High school. Please come out to watch them play at 5:30 for JV and 6:30pm for Varsity. Buc Pride Never Dies! 

Congratulations to the boys bowling team as they defeated Flagler Palm Coast yesterday by a score of 7-0.  The boys were led by Kory Driver who averaged 230 on the day.  The boys also had great games from Adam Driver, Mack Star, Coltan Hagan, Walther Lents, Charlie Quatrocci, Jose Montanez and Gene Smith.  Great job boys.  The girls bowling team lost to Flagler Palm Coast yesterday but did have great games from Emily Sansom including a 154 in the 1st game.  Great job ladies. 

Those interested in playing softball there is a meeting after school in Coach Moskovits’ room 2-313 today.  See you there! 

Admissions  rep from Georgia Southern University will be outside the Hall of History in the courtyard during lunch tomorrow.  Interested students, stop by! 

Attention Seniors; if you want Senior Casual Photos Leonard’s Photography will be here for the last time September 27th. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make your appointment. 

Also seniors, senior t-shirts are now on sale in the Activities Office for $12.00.  Pre-Order your senior t-shirt now!  Don’t miss out! 

The scholarship page on the Mainland Website has been updated – check today for opportunities including the Daytona Dreamer Essay Contest that is open to all Mainland Students in 9-12 grade.  Don’t miss out on any opportunity for FREE funds or supplies! 

Any student interested in participating in Science Olympiad, please stop by to pick up an application from Mrs. Mandell in room1-116. Dues and applications are due by Friday, September 27th.  

Girls with STYLES is hosting a supply drive to assist in relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. Personal hygiene items, first aid kits, and baby diapers are in high demand.   Supplies can be dropped off in room 1-111. If you would like a collection box in your classroom please contact Ms. Long. 

Yearbooks are on all sale for $50. Don’t wait to pre-order, the price goes up October 1st. You can pick up order forms in the front office. 

Explore your interests. Identify your strengths. Expand your horizons.  Participate in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program.  It’s Free!  Sign up today in Student Services to take the ASVAB on November 7th.  Information brochures available. 

Thursday, September 19th

We had a fantastic talent show last week during the Homecoming Carnival! Thank you to all who came out to support our talented singers and twirler! The audience voted and the results are in…Mainland’s Best Talent for 2019 is….Rickel Stenson!! Congratulations Rickel! 

Congratulations to our Mainland Volleyball team for their victories over Pine Ridge last night. Top performers were Kacie Cox, Cemiyah Talton, Elizabeth Hernandez and Jourdon Cooper from the Varsity. Top performers from the JV team were Kalani Stewart and Sydney Cooper. Tonight, our girls head to Atlantic High school. Please come out to watch them play at 5:30 for JV and 6:30pm for Varsity. Buc Pride Never Dies! 

Congratulations to the boys bowling team as they defeated Flagler Palm Coast yesterday by a score of 7-0.  The boys were led by Kory Driver who averaged 230 on the day.  The boys also had great games from Adam Driver, Mack Star, Coltan Hagan, Walther Lents, Charlie Quatrocci, Jose Montanez and Gene Smith.  Great job boys.  The girls bowling team lost to Flagler Palm Coast yesterday but did have great games from Emily Sansom including a 154 in the 1st game.  Great job ladies. 

Those interested in playing softball there is a meeting after school in Coach Moskovits’ room 2-313 today.  See you there! 

Admissions  rep from Georgia Southern University will be outside the Hall of History in the courtyard during lunch tomorrow.  Interested students, stop by! 

Attention Seniors; if you want Senior Casual Photos Leonard’s Photography will be here for the last time September 27th. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make your appointment. 

Also seniors, senior t-shirts are now on sale in the Activities Office for $12.00.  Pre-Order your senior t-shirt now!  Don’t miss out! 

The scholarship page on the Mainland Website has been updated – check today for opportunities including the Daytona Dreamer Essay Contest that is open to all Mainland Students in 9-12 grade.  Don’t miss out on any opportunity for FREE funds or supplies! 

Any student interested in participating in Science Olympiad, please stop by to pick up an application from Mrs. Mandell in room1-116. Dues and applications are due by Friday, September 27th.  

Girls with STYLES is hosting a supply drive to assist in relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. Personal hygiene items, first aid kits, and baby diapers are in high demand.   Supplies can be dropped off in room 1-111. If you would like a collection box in your classroom please contact Ms. Long. 

Yearbooks are on all sale for $50. Don’t wait to pre-order, the price goes up October 1st. You can pick up order forms in the front office. 

Explore your interests. Identify your strengths. Expand your horizons.  Participate in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program.  It’s Free!  Sign up today in Student Services to take the ASVAB on November 7th.  Information brochures available. 

Wednesday, September 18th

In cross country action yesterday afternoon at the DeLand Invitational, Jonah Reilly led the boys again with a 19:42 finish time. He was followed by Arjon Abdurahman with a new PR of 20:25. Following him was Sam Dyer at 22:10.  Joey Loguidice (LOU-GUY-DIS) hit a new PR of 23:09 and Aidan Haley with a new PR of 23:48. Chasing him was Alonzo Bell with a PR of 24:44, Michael Santmier at 25:42 and Caden Allen with a PR of 27:36. Cam Morgan finished them off at 28:08. Way to go boys!!! Come support them tonight as they race on the beach against Seabreeze 

In girls cross country action last night Madelyn Bronson led girls team with a second place finish at Deland with a time of 21:26. She was followed by Grace Hawryluk who finished 7th overall at 22:16 and Molly Bronson who finished 15th. Hannah Gilbert and Karen Fam rounded out the team scoring. Summer Klein, Madison Katsikos, and newcomer Skylar Spiker also had great races!! The teams run again this Saturday next door at Embry Riddle so come out and catch the action!! Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love. 

Come out and support the swim team today at their meet at 4:00pm at Ormond YMCA!  Go Bucs! 

Attention Seniors….our Lunch Talks continue today in the MPR during lunch.  We will be discussing financial aid and scholarships, you won’t want to miss it! 

Art club will meet today at 2:30 in Ms. Wises room 2-128. 

Do you enjoy playing games?  Here at the Guild of Gamers we play PC , console, card, role playing, board…really any kind of games. So if you are interested you can join us today and every Wednesday from 2:30-4:30 in Mr. Reed’s room,  room 1-335.  We hope to see you there. 

All boys and girls interested in playing soccer this year, we will have open soccer starting today from 2:30-3:30. Meet at the soccer fields out back, and you must be cleared to participate in order to play. 

Those interested in playing softball there is a meeting after school in Coach Moskovits’ room 2-313 tomorrow, Thursday.  See you there! 

Admissions  rep from Georgia Southern University will be outside the Hall of History in the courtyard during lunch on Friday.  Interested students, stop by! 

Attention Seniors; if you want Senior Casual Photos Leonard’s Photography will be here for the last time September 27th. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make your appointment. 

Also seniors, senior t-shirts are now on sale in the Activities Office for $12.00.  Pre-Order your senior t-shirt now!  Don’t miss out! 

The scholarship page on the Mainland Website has been updated – check today for opportunities including the Daytona Dreamer Essay Contest that is open to all Mainland Students in 9-12 grade.  Don’t miss out on any opportunity for FREE funds or supplies! 

Any student interested in participating in Science Olympiad, please stop by to pick up an application from Mrs. Mandell in room1-116. Dues and applications are due by Friday, September 27th 

Girls with STYLES is hosting a supply drive to assist in relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. Personal hygiene items, first aid kits, and baby diapers are in high demand.   Supplies can be dropped off in room 1-111. If you would like a collection box in your classroom please contact Ms. Long. 

Yearbooks are on all sale for $50. Don’t wait to pre-order, the price goes up October 1st. You can pick up order forms in the front office. 

Explore your interests. Identify your strengths. Expand your horizons.  Participate in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program.  It’s Free!  Sign up today in Student Services to take the ASVAB on November 7th.  Information brochures available. 

Tuesday, September 17th 

Kaylee Peterson represented the girls golf team last week at the All-Area 9-Hole Challenge at Crane Lakes Golf Club.  She shot her best 9-hole score of the season, which was a 67. Congratulations Kaylee and way to represent Mainland girl’s golf!!

Congratulations to Mainland High School’s Teacher of the Year……Ms. Kallie Walker!

Attention all students:  The College and Career Expo is taking place here at Mainland tonight  from 5:30-7:30pm in the gymnasium. Meet with reps from colleges and universities from across the nation.  Financial aid presentations in the Performing Arts Center at 5:00pm and 6:30pm. Hope to see you there!

There is YPP Volunteer Hours Training TODAY in the MPR during lunch.  You must complete training before your volunteer hours will count.  Total time should be 20minutes once we start.  Please see Mrs. Scheuerman in the Resource Room 1-238 if you have questions.

Admissions rep from Lynn University will be outside the Hall of History in the courtyard during lunch. Interested students, stop by!

Attention Seniors….our Lunch Talks continue tomorrow in the MPR during lunch.  We will be discussing financial aid and scholarships, you won’t want to miss it!

All boys and girls interested in playing soccer this year, we will have open soccer starting tomorrow from 2:30-3:30. Meet at the soccer fields out back, and you must be cleared to participate in order to play.

Those interested in playing softball there is a meeting after school in Coach Moskovits’ room 2-313 this Thursday.  See you there!

Admissions  rep from Georgia Southern University will be outside the Hall of History in the courtyard during lunch on Friday.  Interested students, stop by!

The scholarship page on the Mainland Website has been updated – check today for opportunities including the Daytona Dreamer Essay Contest that is open to all Mainland Students in 9-12 grade.  Don’t miss out on any opportunity for FREE funds or supplies!

Any student interested in participating in Science Olympiad, please stop by to pick up an application from Mrs. Mandell in room1-116. Dues and applications are due by Friday, September 27th

Attention seniors:  The results are in for the senior t-shirt design!  The winning design was shirt #3…long sleeved black shirt with 2eni0r Season and Buc logo on the front and 2020 Vision with class of 2020 names on the back.  Pre order your shirt in the activities office for just $12 starting tomorrow.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay Contest is exclusively available to all Mainland students, grades 9-12 regardless of your GPA.  Visit DaytonaDreamer.org and submit an essay for a chance to win an Acer Chromebook laptop.  Stop by the Resource Room in Student Services if you have any questions.

Yearbooks are on all sale for $50. Don’t wait to pre-order, the price goes up October 1st. You can pick up order forms in the front office.

Attention Seniors; if you want Senior Casual Photos Leonard’s Photography will be here for the last time September 27th. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make your appointment.

Explore your interests. Identify your strengths. Expand your horizons.  Participate in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program.  It’s Free!  Sign up today in Student Services to take the ASVAB on November 7th.  Information brochures available.

Homecoming Court was announced and King and Queen were crowned on Friday night at half-time.  Representing the Freshmen Class: Keyara Wallace and Zahir Allen. Representing the Sophomore Class:  Ajhiiyah Taylor and Verquan Pride. Representing the Junior Class: Halei Barrett and Kayon Davis. Representing the Senior Class:  Alexia Beckton, Taylor Culver, Emma Gardner, Aaron Birch-Larrie, Jamarcus Long, Victor Howard and the 2019 King: Roland Stafford IV aka Jett Stafford and 2019 Queen:  Trinity Allen! Congratulations to all members of the court!  

Friday, September 13th

Congratulations to the JV football team on their win against Pine Ridge High School 21-0. Highlighted by a dominating defensive performance and 3 touchdowns from Ajai Harrel!

Our Mainland Boys Golf Team won their first match yesterday at Daytona Beach Golf Course against University 195 to 223. Nick Armour directed the way shooting a 55. Dylan Gilmore followed up shooting a 53. Then Nick DeJulio followed that shooting a 50. Lastly, Chappell Goodroe led the team shooting his high school career low which was a 37. Way to go BUCS!!

Big Performance by our Mainland Volleyball teams, both JV and Varsity won last night against Deltona High School. Top performers were Nyasia James, Jackie Christiansen and Hailei Barrett. Our Varsity top players were Taelyn Johnson and Bella Truxall. We also had a career high and school record performance from Alexa Wilson. 21 kills, 3 aces, and 20 assists. Our girls are back at it next week Wednesday away at Pine Ridge and Thursday away at Atlantic. Also, stop by the Chipotle off of ISB Monday evening to support the girls at their Chipotle Fundraiser. Buc Pride Never Dies.

The boys bowling team lost to University on Wednesday 4-3. The boys fell behind 4-0 early but fought back in the last game to claim the last 3 points. Charlie Quatrocci led the way in the third game with a high game of 232. The boys also had great efforts from Gene Smith and Coltan Hagan who both had high games for the year and were anchored by Walther Lents. Great job boys good luck next week!

The girls bowling team lost to University but had another great effort from Emily Sansom. If you would be interested in joining Emily and the other girls on the team it’s not too late. See Coach Monahan in the gym for more information.

Mainland’s Best Talent will be at 2:45PM today during the carnival! Tickets are $3 and can be purchased from the Lady Buc table in the courtyard. Don’t miss your chance to see some amazing singing and twirling at our talent show! You as an audience member will get the chance to vote for Mainland’s best talent! Join us for a fantastic show in the air conditioning, where you get to be the judge at 2:45PM today!

There will be a YPP Volunteer Hours training next Tuesday, September 17th, in the MPR during lunch, total time is 20 minutes to complete. Make plans to attend if you have not yet completed your training. Remember, in order for your volunteer hours to be counted, you have to complete the training requirement. Please stop by the Resource Room if you have questions.

Those interested in playing softball there is a meeting after school in Coach Moskovits’ room 2-313 on Thursday, Sep. 19th. See you there!

Any student interested in participating in Science Olympiad, please stop by to pick up an application from Mrs. Mandell in room1-116. Dues and applications are due by Friday, September 27th.

Girls with STYLES is hosting a supply drive to assist in relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. Personal hygiene items, first aid kits, and baby diapers are in high demand. Supplies can be dropped off in room 1-111. If you would like a collection box in your classroom please contact Ms. Long.

The Key and Rotary clubs have been asked to help the hurricane victims in the Bahamas. They are in great need of medical tape, gauze, toothpaste and toothbrushes , female hygiene products, shave cream and batteries. Any items can be dropped off in Coach Burton’s room bldg 1 room 268 or we can pick it up.

And the Homecoming Dance – Hollywood – Mainland Walks the Red Carpet is tomorrow night from 7:00-11:00pm in the Gymnasium. Tickets are on sale during carnival in the Multipurpose room for $20. ALL id and dues fees must be paid in order to purchase a ticket! Approved non-Mainland guests can purchase their ticket the night of the dance for $25.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay Contest is exclusively available to all Mainland students, grades 9-12 regardless of your GPA. Visit DaytonaDreamer.org and submit an essay for a chance to win an Acer Chromebook laptop. Stop by the Resource Room in Student Services if you have any questions.

Yearbooks are on all sale for $50. Don’t wait to pre-order, the price goes up October 1st. You can pick up order forms in the front office.

Attention all students: The College and Career Expo is taking place here at Mainland on Tues 9/17 from 5:30-7:30pm in the gymnasium. Meet with reps from colleges and universities from across the nation. Financial aid presentations in the Performing Arts Center at 5:00pm and 6:30pm. Hope to see you there!

Attention Seniors; if you want Senior Casual Photos Leonard’s Photography will be here for the last time September 27th. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make your appointment.

Explore your interests. Identify your strengths. Expand your horizons. Participate in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program. It’s Free! Sign up today in Student Services to take the ASVAB on November 7th. Information brochures available.

Wednesday, September 11th

The girl’s golf team had a match against Seabreeze on Monday. Kaylee Peterson had her best score of the season and our lowest team score for the match. Good job Kaylee!

Our Mainland Volleyball was defeated by the University Titans last night. Tonight they take on the Deland Bulldogs. This is the Varsity Game of the Week which will be livestreamed on Varsity Sports Network! All students will get in for just $3 with their student id. JV 5:00pm V 6:00 Come out and support your Mainland Volleyball team and let’s pack the gym! Buc Pride Never Dies!

Any student interested in participating in Science Olympiad, please stop by to pick up an application from Mrs. Mandell in room1-116. Dues and applications are due by Friday, September 27th.

Seniors….don’t forget! Senior Lunch Talks begin TODAY in the MPR! We will cover a few topics, including college applications today – you do not want to miss this opportunity. We will have time for Questions & Answers. See you at lunch today, in the MPR!

International Club will meet during lunch today with important information before carnival! Bring your lunch and see you in Ms. Cornett’s room 2-321.

Art club will be meet today after school in Ms. Wise’s room 2-128 at 2:30pm.

Attention boys interested in soccer: There will be a meeting after school today in the Multipurpose Room.

Spirit Club is having a meeting this Thursday during lunch in room 1-317. Everyone is invited. Bring and friend and let’s spread our school spirit.

Girls with STYLES will meet tomorrow at 3:45 p.m. in room 1-111. All young ladies in grades 9-12 are welcome to attend.

Attention Seniors in NHS last year: there will be a meeting about events and elections for this semester tomorrow after school in the Multipurpose room. Meeting will end by 4.

Attention Juniors: the deadline to apply for Tomorrow’s Leaders is today!

There will be a YPP Volunteer Hours training next Tuesday, September 17th, in the MPR during lunch, total time is 20 minutes to complete. Make plans to attend if you have not yet completed your training. Remember, in order for your volunteer hours to be counted, you have to complete the training requirement. Please stop by the Resource Room if you have questions.

Attention all FCA members: see either Mr. Pinyan in 1-217 or Ms. Walker in 2-104 to pick up the homecoming fundraising forms ASAP.

Girls with STYLES is hosting a supply drive to assist in relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. Personal hygiene items, first aid kits, and baby diapers are in high demand. Supplies can be dropped off in room 1-111. If you would like a collection box in your classroom please contact Ms. Long.

The Key and Rotary clubs have been asked to help the hurricane victims in the Bahamas. They are in great need of medical tape, gauze, toothpaste and toothbrushes , female hygiene products, shave cream and batteries. Any items can be dropped off in Coach Burton’s room bldg 1 room 268 or we can pick it up.

Homecoming week continues! Spirit days as follows: Today: Wild west day, tomorrow: Rep your class Day- Freshmen-Freshman shirts, Sophomore-Opposing team’s colors (teal and black), Juniors-Hawaiian, Seniors-Camo and faculty and staff: rep your college, Friday: Blue & Gold Day

Are you dressed up for spirit days?? Join us at the Red Carpet in the courtyard during lunch every day this week for a chance to win tickets to Friday night’s football game!

Seniors: Homecoming King and Queen voting will take place in English class tomorrow. Senior t-shirt design will also be voted on. If you don’t have an English class, stop by the Activities Office to vote on Thursday.

And the Homecoming Dance – Hollywood – Mainland Walks the Red Carpet is Saturday, September 14 from 7:00-11:00pm in the Gymnasium. Tickets are on sale now through Fri 9/13 for $20 (activities and bookkeeping before and after school and during lunch) and at the door Sat 9/14 for $25. ALL id and dues fees must be paid in order to purchase a ticket! If you plan to bring a non-Mainland guest, guest permission form deadline has been extended until the end of the day today. Approved non-Mainland guests can purchase their ticket the night of the dance for $25.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay Contest is exclusively available to all Mainland students, grades 9-12 regardless of your GPA. Visit DaytonaDreamer.org and submit an essay for a

chance to win an Acer Chromebook laptop. Stop by the Resource Room in Student Services if you have any questions.

Yearbooks are on all sale for $50. Don’t wait to pre-order, the price goes up October 1st. You can pick up order forms in the front office.

Attention all students: The College and Career Expo is taking place here at Mainland on Tues 9/17 from 5:30-7:30pm in the gymnasium. Meet with reps from colleges and universities from across the nation. Financial aid presentations in the Performing Arts Center at 5:00pm and 6:30pm. Hope to see you there!

Attention Seniors; if you want Senior Casual Photos Leonard’s Photography will be here for the last time September 27th. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make your appointment.

Explore your interests. Identify your strengths. Expand your horizons. Participate in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program. It’s Free! Sign up today in Student Services to take the ASVAB on November 7th. Information brochures available.

Congratulations to the following students who have been selected for the Homecoming Talent Show: Katherine Meza, Joshua Lingo, Rickel Stenson, Jaycee Marques, Geovani Guastavino, and Jackie Lecza! These acts should meet Mrs. Warren in the gym at the beginning of lunch today for some more information regarding the show. The Homecoming Talent Show will take place during the Homecoming Carnival this Friday!

Tuesday, September 10th

Our Mainland Boys Golf Team lost a nail biter in our 3 team match yesterday at Daytona Beach Golf Club. But our team was led by Chappell Goodroe who shot a 45, then Nick DeJulio who shot a 49, backing him up was Dylan Gilmore who shot a 58, and cleaning up was Nick Armour who shot a 61. Way to go Boys. Come on out for our match Thursday against University at 4 PM sharp, see you then!

Students who ride the bus: Rte. 106 will now ride Rte. 110…begins immediately!!

Any student interested in participating in Science Olympiad, please stop by to pick up an application from Mrs. Mandell in room1-116. Dues and applications are due by Friday, September 27th.

Fall baseball practice will be held today right after school.

Art club will be meeting Wednesday after school in Ms. Wise’s room 2-128 at 2:30pm.

Seniors, do you have questions about college applications, SAT or ACT, scholarships, volunteer hours, options after graduation or more? Then join us during lunch every Wednesday this month in the MPR for “Senior Lunch Talks”. We will cover a lot of topics and have time to answer your questions. Don’t miss out!

International Club will meet during lunch this Wednesday with important information before carnival! Bring your lunch and see you in Ms. Cornett’s room 2-321.

Attention boys interested in soccer: There will be a meeting after school on Wednesday in the Multipurpose Room.

Girls with STYLES will meet Thursday at 3:45 p.m. in room 1-111. All young ladies in grades 9-12 are welcome to attend.

Attention Seniors in NHS last year: there will be a meeting about events and elections for this semester. It will be Thursday after school in the Multipurpose room. Meeting will end by 4.

Attention Juniors: the deadline to apply for Tomorrow’s Leaders has been extended until tomorrow, Wednesday, September 11. If interested, please stop by Student Services and see Mrs. Winck-Hall.

Attention all FCA members: see either Mr. Pinyan in 1-217 or Ms. Walker in 2-104 to pick up the homecoming fundraising forms ASAP.

Girls with STYLES is hosting a supply drive to assist in relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. Personal hygiene items, first aid kits, and baby diapers are in high demand. Supplies can be dropped off in room 1-111. If you would like a collection box in your classroom please contact Ms. Long.

The Key and Rotary clubs have been asked to help the hurricane victims in the Bahamas. They are in great need of medical tape, gauze, toothpaste and toothbrushes , female hygiene products, shave cream and batteries. Any items can be dropped off in Coach Burton’s room bldg 1 room 268 or we can pick it up.

Homecoming week continues! Spirit days as follows: Today: Twin/Squad day, tomorrow: Wild west day, Thursday: Rep your class Day- Freshmen-Freshman shirts, Sophomore-Opposing team’s colors (teal and black), Juniors-Hawaiian, Seniors-Camo, Friday: Blue & Gold Day

Are you dressed up for spirit days?? Join us at the Red Carpet in the courtyard during lunch every day this week for a chance to win tickets to Friday night’s football game!

Seniors: Homecoming King and Queen voting will take place in English class on Thursday, Sept. 12. Senior t-shirt design will also be voted on. If you don’t have an English class, stop by the Activities Office to vote on Thursday.

And the Homecoming Dance – Hollywood – Mainland Walks the Red Carpet is Saturday, September 14 from 7:00-11:00pm in the Gymnasium. Tickets are on sale now through Fri 9/13 for $20 (activities and bookkeeping before and after school and during lunch) and at the door Sat 9/14 for $25. ALL id and dues fees must be paid in order to purchase a ticket! If you plan to bring a non-Mainland guest, guest permission form deadline has been extended until the end of the day today. Approved non-Mainland guests can purchase their ticket the night of the dance for $25.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay Contest aims to highlight and reward an exceptional Mainland Dreamer. From now until November 1st, ALL Mainland students can submit an essay for a chance to win an Acer Chromebook. For more information and to enter, visit DaytonaDreamer.org or stop by the Resource Room in Student Services for information.

Yearbooks are on all sale for $50. Don’t wait to pre-order, the price goes up October 1st. You can pick up order forms in the front office.

Attention all students: The College and Career Expo is taking place here at Mainland on Tues 9/17 from 5:30-7:30pm in the gymnasium. Meet with reps from colleges and universities from across the nation. Financial aid presentations in the Performing Arts Center at 5:00pm and 6:30pm. Hope to see you there!

Attention Seniors; if you want Senior Casual Photos Leonard’s Photography will be here for the last time September 27th. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make your appointment.

Explore your interests. Identify your strengths. Expand your horizons. Participate in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program. It’s Free! Sign up today in Student Services to take the ASVAB on November 7th. Information brochures available.

Monday, September 9th

In cross country this past Saturday, Jonah Reilly led the boys in Titusville with a new PR of 19:32. He was followed by Arjon Abdurahman with a new PR of 20:35. Following him was Sam Dyer at 22:08, Joey Loguidice with a new PR of 23:2, Alonzo Bell at 25:06 on his first race ever, Aidan Haley at 26:30 on his first race, a new PR for Caden Allen at 28:19 and Cam Morgan to finish them off at 29:09. Way to go boys!!! Cross Country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love!!

The Homecoming Talent Show is just around the corner! If you can sing, dance, play an instrument or act, this is your chance to chosen as Mainland’s Best Talent! Auditions are today at 3:45PM in the dance studio. Acts should be 3 and a 1/2 minutes or less! Don’t miss your chance to show everyone at the Homecoming Carnival how much talent you have and be named Mainland’s Best Talent! Please see Mrs. Warren in the dance studio with questions or more information!

The next ASL Club meeting is today, during lunch, in room 2-327. We are finalizing our plans for the homecoming carnival. Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

Girls with STYLES will meet Today (September 9) and Thursday (September 12) at 3:45 p.m. in room 1-111. All young ladies in grades 9-12 are welcome to attend.

Fall baseball practice will be held tomorrow Tuesday right after school

Attention Seniors in NHS last year: there will be a meeting about events and elections for this semester. It will be Thursday after school in the Multipurpose room. Meeting will end by 4.

Seniors, do you have questions about college applications, SAT or ACT, scholarships, volunteer hours, options after graduation or more? Then join us during lunch every Wednesday this month in the MPR for “Senior Lunch Talks”. We will cover a lot of topics and have time to answer your questions. Don’t miss out!

Attention Juniors: the deadline to apply for Tomorrow’s Leaders has been extended until this Wednesday, September 11. If interested, please stop by Student Services and see Mrs. Winck-Hall.

Attention all FCA members: see either Mr. Pinyan in 1-217 or Ms. Walker in 2-104 to pick up the homecoming fundraising forms ASAP.

Girls with STYLES is hosting a supply drive to assist in relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. Personal hygiene items, first aid kits, and baby diapers are in high demand. Supplies can be dropped off in room 1-111. If you would like a collection box in your classroom please contact Ms. Long.

The Key and Rotary clubs have been asked to help the hurricane victims in the Bahamas. They are in great need of medical tape, gauze, toothpaste and toothbrushes , female hygiene products, shave cream and batteries. Any items can be dropped off in Coach Burton’s room bldg 1 room 268 or we can pick it up.

Homecoming week begins today! Spirit days as follows: Today: Senior citizen day, tomorrow: Twin/Squad day, Wednesday: Wild west day, Thursday: Rep your class Day- Freshmen-Freshman shirts, Sophomore-Opposing team’s colors (teal and black), Juniors-Hawaiian, Seniors-Camo, Friday: Blue & Gold Day

Are you dressed up for spirit days?? Join us at the Red Carpet in the courtyard during lunch every day this week for a chance to win tickets to Friday night’s football game!

Seniors: Homecoming King and Queen voting will take place in English class on Thursday, Sept. 12. Senior t-shirt design will also be voted on. If you don’t have an English class, stop by the Activities Office to vote on Thursday.

And the Homecoming Dance – Hollywood – Mainland Walks the Red Carpet is Saturday, September 14 from 7:00-11:00pm in the Gymnasium. Tickets will be on sale Mon 9/9 through Fri 9/13 for $20 (activities and bookkeeping before and after school and during lunch) and at the door Sat 9/14 for $25. ALL id and dues fees must be paid in order to purchase a ticket! If you plan to bring a non-Mainland guest, guest permission form deadline has been extended until Tuesday, September 10. Approved non-Mainland guests can purchase their ticket the night of the dance for $25.

The Daytona Dreamer Essay Contest aims to highlight and reward an exceptional Mainland Dreamer. From now until November 1st, ALL Mainland students can submit an essay for a chance to win an Acer Chromebook. For more information and to enter, visit DaytonaDreamer.org or stop by the Resource Room in Student Services for information.

Yearbooks are on all sale for $50. Don’t wait to pre-order, the price goes up October 1st. You can pick up order forms in the front office.

Attention all students: The College and Career Expo is taking place here at Mainland on Tues 9/17 from 5:30-7:30pm in the gymnasium. Meet with reps from colleges and universities from across the nation. Financial aid presentations in the Performing Arts Center at 5:00pm and 6:30pm. Hope to see you there!

Attention Seniors; if you want Senior Casual Photos Leonard’s Photography will be here for the last time September 27th. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make your appointment.

Explore your interests. Identify your strengths. Expand your horizons. Participate in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program. It’s Free! Sign up today in Student Services to take the ASVAB on November 7th. Information brochures available.

This week our Mainland Volleyball teams will play University away on Tuesday. They are playing Deland High School Wednesday at home, and Deltona away on Thursday. Come out and support your Mainland Volleyball players. Buc Pride Never Dies!

Friday, September 6th

The blood drive scheduled for yesterday will not be rescheduled. For those who made appointments, you can throw out your appointment cards. Our next blood drive will be at the end of October and we will have new signups then. Thank you for your understanding.

Attention Juniors: the deadline to apply for Tomorrow’s Leaders has been extended until next Wednesday, September 11. If interested, please stop by Student Services and see Mrs. Winck-Hall.

The Homecoming Talent Show is just around the corner! If you can sing, dance, play an instrument or act, this is your chance to chosen as Mainland’s Best Talent! Auditions are on Monday, September 9th at 3:45PM in the dance studio. Acts should be 3 and a 1/2 minutes or less! Don’t miss your chance to show everyone at the Homecoming Carnival how much talent you have and be named Mainland’s Best Talent! Come out for auditions on Monday, September 9th at 3:45PM in the dance studio! Please see Mrs. Warren in the dance studio with questions or more information!

Homecoming week begins on Monday! Spirit days as follows: Monday: Senior citizen day, Tuesday: Twin/Squad day, Wednesday: Wild west day, Thursday: Rep your class Day- Freshmen-Freshman shirts, Sophomore-Opposing team’s colors (teal and black), Juniors-Hawaiian, Seniors-Camo, Friday: Blue & Gold Day

Seniors: Homecoming King and Queen voting will take place in English class on Tuesday, Sept. 10. Senior t-shirt design will also be voted on. If you don’t have an English class, stop by the Activities Office to vote on Tuesday.

Homecoming Carnival and Pep Jam is on Friday, September 13. Special bell schedule that day was sent to all faculty and staff. Homecoming Game is Friday night at 7:00pm at Daytona Stadium vs Pine Ridge.

And the Homecoming Dance – Hollywood – Mainland Walks the Red Carpet is Saturday, September 14 from 7:00-11:00pm in the Gymnasium. Tickets will be on sale Mon 9/9 through Fri 9/13 for $20 (activities and bookkeeping before and after school and during lunch) and at the door Sat 9/14 for $25. ALL id and dues fees must be paid in order to purchase a ticket! If you plan to bring a non-Mainland guest, guest permission form deadline has been extended until Tuesday, September 10. Approved non-Mainland guests can purchase their ticket the night of the dance for $25.

Today is the registration deadline for the October 5th SAT test. Late registration open until the Sept. 24th. Don’t miss this test date if you need it!

Seniors….do you have questions about college applications, scholarships, options after graduation or more? Join us for Senior Lunch talks in the MPR during lunch beginning next Wednesday, September 11th.

Attention Seniors in NHS last year: there will be a meeting about events and elections for this semester. It will be Thursday after school in the Multipurpose room. Meeting will end by 4.

Yearbooks are on all sale for $50. Don’t wait to pre-order, the price goes up October 1st. You can pick up order forms in the front office.

Attention all students: The College and Career Expo is taking place here at Mainland on Tues 9/17 from 5:30-7:30pm in the gymnasium. Meet with reps from colleges and universities from across the nation. Financial aid presentations in the Performing Arts Center at 5:00pm and 6:30pm. Hope to see you there!

Attention Seniors; if you want Senior Casual Photos Leonard’s Photography will be here for the last time September 27th. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make your appointment.

Explore your interests. Identify your strengths. Expand your horizons. Participate in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program. It’s Free! Sign up today in Student Services to take the ASVAB on November 7th. Information brochures available.

Friday, August 30th

The boys bowling team fought hard but lost to Pine Ridge yesterday. The boys had high games from Walther Lents, Kory Driver, Jose Montanez, and Adam Driver. The girls bowling team lost to Pine Ridge yesterday but had another great game from Emily Sansom. Best of luck to both teams next week against Matanzas.

Congratulations to our JV and Varsity Mainland volleyball teams for defeating Warner Christian last night. Top performers for JV were Cassidy Campbell, Kalani Stewart, Camryn Campbell and Nyasia James. Top performers for Varsity were Oreona Wilson, Cemiyah Talton, Kacie Cox, Bella Truxall and Elizabeth Hernandez.

Buc Pride Never Dies!

Media Center will be closed at lunch today.

Attention all athletes: the athletic training room is open before school, buc break, and after school to turn in physicals. Please do not come in between or during class periods.

Swimmers: We need to have one last meeting today during lunch in Building 1, Room 214 for anyone trying out for the swim team. This is your last chance to turn in the required paper work to be cleared. If you are cleared and already swimming, you do not need to come to this meeting.

ASL Club is meeting today, at lunch in Mr.Holland’s room ,2-327, to finalize plans for the homecoming carnival. Please bring your creative talents and be prepared to share ideas.

Drama Club will be meeting today, at lunch in room 2-108. Actors, Artists, writers, anyone who wants to learn about backstage- Even if you don’t want to be on stage- there is still a place for you! Life is full of drama, so why not join the club?

It’s finally here! The first Rotary and Key Club meeting of the year. Today during lunch in the media Center. Be on time!

Yearbooks are on all sale for $50. Don’t wait to pre-order, the price goes up October 1st. You can pick up order forms in the front office.

Attention Seniors; if you want Senior Casual Photos Leonard’s Photography will be here for the last time September 27th. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make your appointment.

ASIM’s first blood drive of the year will be held next Thursday, September 5th. 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!

Explore your interests. Identify your strengths. Expand your horizons. Participate in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program. It’s Free! Sign up today in Student Services to take the ASVAB on November 7th. Information brochures available.

Seniors – do you have questions about college applications, SAT & ACT tests, Scholarships or other big senior topics? Then, join Mrs. Scheuerman from the Resource Room on Wednesday’s in the MPR for “Senior Lunch Talks” starting next Wednesday, September 4th. Be sure to join her Remind Group to be up to date on meeting topics and opportunities from the Resource Room, located in Student Services.

Are you an 11th grade student? Do you like to help others? Are you interested in earning an $800 scholarship? Stop by Student Services and complete an Aspire Peer Mentoring application today. Applications are due by Friday, September 6th.

The Mainland Scholarship page has been updated with all current opportunities. Please check out the Student Resources page on MainlandHighSchool.org for info on scholarships, colleges, SAT/ACT & ASVAB. Current scholarships include: Golden Door Scholars for DACA recipients, Epic Flight Academy for flight training and Most Valuable Student by the Elks National Foundation that is offering 500 four-year scholarships! Check the website, or come by the Resource Room located in Student Services if you have questions or for more information.

The Homecoming Talent Show is just around the corner! If you can sing, dance, play an instrument or act, this is your chance to chosen as Mainland’s Best Talent! Auditions are on Monday, September 9th at 3:45PM in the dance studio. Acts should be 3 and a 1/2 minutes or less! Don’t miss your chance to show everyone at the Homecoming Carnival how much talent you have and be named Mainland’s Best Talent! Come out for auditions on Monday, September 9th at 3:45PM in the dance studio! Please see Mrs. Warren in the dance studio with questions or more information!

Homecoming is the weekend of September 13 and will be here soon! Homecoming Dance – Hollywood – Mainland Walks the Red Carpet is Saturday, September 14 from 7:00-11:00pm in the Gymnasium. Tickets will be on sale Mon 9/9 through Fri 9/13 for $20 (activities and bookkeeping before and after school and during lunch) and at the door Sat 9/14 for $25. ALL id and dues fees must be paid in order to purchase a ticket! If you plan to bring a non-Mainland guest, pick up a guest permission form in Activities Office or the

Dean’s Office. Forms due in to the Dean’s Office no later than Wednesday, September 4. Non-Mainland guests will need to purchase their ticket the night of the dance.

Thursday, August 29th

Yesterday the girls golf team had their closest match of the season but fell to Flagler Palm Coast. Every girl had their best 9-hole score of the season: Mar’Kia Rimini with a 63, Acura Graves with a 65, Kaylee Peterson with a 68 and Jayla Toby with a 70. Nice job ladies!

Congratulations to the Mainland Volleyball teams who defeated Matanzas last night. Both JV and Varsity were victorious. Top performers for JV were Kalani Stewart, Nyasia James, and Jackie Christiansen. Top performers for varsity were Taelyn Johnson, Kacie Cox, Alexa Wilson, Oreona Wilson and Jourdon Cooper. Today our girls head to Warner to play- come out and support your Bucs! Buc Pride Never Dies.

Attention all athletes: the athletic training room is open before school, buc break, and after school to turn in physicals. Please do not come in between or during class periods.

International Club meeting will be held today during lunch at Ms. Cornet’s room 2-321. Please bring your lunch. Officer candidates must see advisers prior to the meeting.

Homecoming Court will have a meeting today during lunch in the SGA room 1-260. All members must attend and be on time!

ASL Club is meeting tomorrow, Friday, at lunch in Mr.Holland’s room ,2-327, to finalize plans for the homecoming carnival. Please bring your creative talents and be prepared to share ideas.

Drama Club will be meeting on tomorrow, Friday, at lunch in room 2-108. Actors, Artists, writers, anyone who wants to learn about backstage- Even if you don’t want to be on stage- there is still a place for you! Life is full of drama, so why not join the club?

It’s finally here! The first Rotary and Key Club meeting of the year. Tomorrow during lunch in the media Center. Be on time!

Yearbooks are on all sale for $50. Don’t wait to pre-order, the price goes up October 1st. You can pick up order forms in the front office.

Attention Seniors; if you want Senior Casual Photos Leonard’s Photography will be here for the last time September 27th. Please see Mrs. Gardner in room 1-333 to make your appointment.

ASIM’s first blood drive of the year will be held next Thursday, September 5th. 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!

Explore your interests. Identify your strengths. Expand your horizons. Participate in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program. It’s Free! Sign up today in Student Services to take the ASVAB on November 7th. Information brochures available.

Seniors – do you have questions about college applications, SAT & ACT tests, Scholarships or other big senior topics? Then, join Mrs. Scheuerman from the Resource Room on Wednesday’s in the MPR for “Senior Lunch Talks” starting next Wednesday, September 4th. Be sure to join her Remind Group to be up to date on meeting topics and opportunities from the Resource Room, located in Student Services.

Are you an 11th grade student? Do you like to help others? Are you interested in earning an $800 scholarship? Stop by Student Services and complete an Aspire Peer Mentoring application today. Applications are due by Friday, September 6th.

The Mainland Scholarship page has been updated with all current opportunities. Please check out the Student Resources page on MainlandHighSchool.org for info on scholarships, colleges, SAT/ACT & ASVAB. Current scholarships include: Golden Door Scholars for DACA recipients, Epic Flight Academy for flight training and Most Valuable Student by the Elks National Foundation that is offering 500 four-year scholarships! Check the website, or come by the Resource Room located in Student Services if you have questions or for more information.

The Homecoming Talent Show is just around the corner! If you can sing, dance, play an instrument or act, this is your chance to chosen as Mainland’s Best Talent! Auditions are on Monday, September 9th at 3:45PM in the dance studio. Acts should be 3 and a 1/2 minutes or less! Don’t miss your chance to show everyone at the Homecoming Carnival how much talent you have and be named Mainland’s Best Talent! Come out for auditions on Monday, September 9th at 3:45PM in the dance studio! Please see Mrs. Warren in the dance studio with questions or more information!

Homecoming is the weekend of September 13 and will be here soon! Homecoming Dance – Hollywood – Mainland Walks the Red Carpet is Saturday, September 14 from 7:00-11:00pm in the Gymnasium. Tickets will be on sale Mon 9/9 through Fri 9/13 for $20 (activities and bookkeeping before and after school and during lunch) and at the door Sat

9/14 for $25. ALL id and dues fees must be paid in order to purchase a ticket! If you plan to bring a non-Mainland guest, pick up a guest permission form in Activities Office or the Dean’s Office. Forms due in to the Dean’s Office no later than Wednesday, September 4. Non-Mainland guests will need to purchase their ticket the night of the dance

Wednesday, August 28th

Congratulations to our Mainland Volleyball teams for beating Deltona HS last night. Our JV played an awesome match, and our top performers were Cassidy Campbell, Nyasia James, Jess Dailey, and Jackie Christiansen. Our varsity also had a great team effort and a victory against Deltona. A big performance from Alexa Wilson, Bella Truxall, Taelyn Johnson, Oreona Wilson, and Jourdon Cooper. Tonight, the Mainland Volleyball program heads to Matanzas. Wish our ladies good luck. Buc Pride Never Dies.

Art club will meet today from 2:30pm-3:30pm in Mrs. Wise’s room. It is not too late to join so if you are interested please join us!

The American Sign Language Club officially invites you to its first meeting of the year today, during lunch in room 2-327. Whether you’re fluent, a student, or are just plain curious, you’re more than welcome to join us!

All girls interested in playing soccer this year, please attend a brief meeting in the lower gym today, at the beginning of lunch.

International Club meeting will be held tomorrow, Thursday during lunch at Ms. Cornet’s room 2-321. Please bring your lunch. Officer candidates must see advisers prior to the meeting.

Homecoming Court will have a meeting tomorrow during lunch in the SGA room 1-260. All members must attend and be on time!

Drama Club will be meeting on this Friday at lunch in room 2-108. Actors, Artists, writers, anyone who wants to learn about backstage- Even if you don’t want to be on stage- there is still a place for you! Life is full of drama, so why not join the club?

It’s finally here! The first Rotary and Key Club meeting of the year. This Friday during lunch in the media Center. Be on time!

ASIM’s first blood drive of the year will be held next Thursday, September 5th. 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!

Explore your interests. Identify your strengths. Expand your horizons. Participate in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program. It’s Free! Sign up today in Student Services to take the ASVAB on November 7th. Information brochures available.

Seniors – do you have questions about college applications, SAT & ACT tests, Scholarships or other big senior topics? Then, join Mrs. Scheuerman from the Resource Room on Wednesday’s in the MPR for “Senior Lunch Talks” starting next Wednesday, September 4th. Be sure to join her Remind Group to be up to date on meeting topics and opportunities from the Resource Room, located in Student Services.

Are you an 11th grade student? Do you like to help others? Are you interested in earning an $800 scholarship? Stop by Student Services and complete an Aspire Peer Mentoring application today. Applications are due by Friday, September 6th.

The Mainland Scholarship page has been updated with all current opportunities. Please check out the Student Resources page on MainlandHighSchool.org for info on scholarships, colleges, SAT/ACT & ASVAB. Current scholarships include: Golden Door Scholars for DACA recipients, Epic Flight Academy for flight training and Most Valuable Student by the Elks National Foundation that is offering 500 four-year scholarships! Check the website, or come by the Resource Room located in Student Services if you have questions or for more information.

The Homecoming Talent Show is just around the corner! If you can sing, dance, play an instrument or act, this is your chance to chosen as Mainland’s Best Talent! Auditions are on Monday, September 9th at 3:45PM in the dance studio. Acts should be 3 and a 1/2 minutes or less! Don’t miss your chance to show everyone at the Homecoming Carnival how much talent you have and be named Mainland’s Best Talent! Come out for auditions on Monday, September 9th at 3:45PM in the dance studio! Please see Mrs. Warren in the dance studio with questions or more information!

Homecoming is the weekend of September 13 and will be here soon! Homecoming Dance – Hollywood – Mainland Walks the Red Carpet is Saturday, September 14 from 7:00-11:00pm in the Gymnasium. Tickets will be on sale Mon 9/9 through Fri 9/13 for $20 (activities and bookkeeping before and after school and during lunch) and at the door Sat 9/14 for $25. ALL id and dues fees must be paid in order to purchase a ticket! If you plan to bring a non-Mainland guest, pick up a guest permission form in Activities Office or the Dean’s Office. Forms due in to the Dean’s Office no later than Wednesday, September 4. Non-Mainland guests will need to purchase their ticket the night of the dance.

Tuesday, August 27th

In cross country this past Saturday, Jonah Reilly led the boys in our first race of the season in Bunnell with a time of 20:34. He was followed by Joey Loguidice with a time of 26:42. Kam Morgan 27:40 and Caden Allen 30:31 rounded out the team effort. Way to go boys!!!

Congratulations to the boys bowling team for defeating Atlantic yesterday 6-1. The boys were led by Mack Star, Kory Driver, and Walther Lents. Great job boys. The girls bowling team fell to Atlantic yesterday but put up a great effort. The girls had high scores from Cassie, Kilroe, Danielle Payne, and Emily Sansom. Great job ladies!

Attention students, faculty and staff: We look forward to Open House tonight here at Mainland High School! Parents may pick up schedules in the Performing Arts Center lobby beginning at 5:45pm. Opening program will begin at 6:00pm in the Performing Arts Center. Open House concludes at 8:00pm.

Anyone interested in joining the Academic Team this year, should plan to attend the meeting at lunch today in Mr. Hilburn’s room, Building 1, Room 213. Lunch will be provided. We will be discussing the Carnival booth and BucTalks for the 2019-2020 season. We hope to see you there!

The American Sign Language Club officially invites you to its first meeting of the year tomorrow, Wednesday, during lunch in room 2-327. Whether you’re fluent, a student, or are just plain curious, you’re more than welcome to join us!

All girls interested in playing soccer this year, please attend a brief meeting in the lower gym tomorrow, Wednesday, at the beginning of lunch.

International Club meeting will be held this Thursday during lunch at Ms. Cornet’s room 2-321. Please bring your lunch. Officer candidates must see advisers prior to the meeting.

It’s finally here! The first Rotary and Key Club meeting of the year. This Friday during lunch in the media Center. Be on time!

ASIM’s first blood drive of the year will be held next Thursday, September 5th. Students interested in donating blood can sign up during lunch in the courtyard starting this Thursday 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!

Explore your interests. Identify your strengths. Expand your horizons. Participate in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program. It’s Free! Sign up today in Student Services to take the ASVAB on November 7th. Information brochures available.

Seniors – do you have questions about college applications, SAT & ACT tests, Scholarships or other big senior topics? Then, join Mrs. Scheuerman from the Resource Room on Wednesday’s in the MPR for “Senior Lunch Talks” starting next Wednesday, September 4th. Be sure to join her Remind Group to be up to date on meeting topics and opportunities from the Resource Room, located in Student Services.

Are you an 11th grade student? Do you like to help others? Are you interested in earning an $800 scholarship? Stop by Student Services and complete an Aspire Peer Mentoring application today. Applications are due by Friday, September 6th.

The Mainland Scholarship page has been updated with all current opportunities. Please check out the Student Resources page on MainlandHighSchool.org for info on scholarships, colleges, SAT/ACT & ASVAB. Current scholarships include: Golden Door Scholars for DACA recipients, Epic Flight Academy for flight training and Most Valuable Student by the Elks National Foundation that is offering 500 four-year scholarships! Check the website, or come by the Resource Room located in Student Services if you have questions or for more information.

The Homecoming Talent Show is just around the corner! If you can sing, dance, play an instrument or act, this is your chance to chosen as Mainland’s Best Talent! Auditions are on Monday, September 9th at 3:45PM in the dance studio. Acts should be 3 and a 1/2 minutes or less! Don’t miss your chance to show everyone at the Homecoming Carnival how much talent you have and be named Mainland’s Best Talent! Come out for auditions on Monday, September 9th at 3:45PM in the dance studio! Please see Mrs. Warren in the dance studio with questions or more information!

Homecoming is the weekend of September 13 and will be here soon! Homecoming Dance – Hollywood – Mainland Walks the Red Carpet is Saturday, September 14 from 7:00-11:00pm in the Gymnasium. Tickets will be on sale Mon 9/9 through Fri 9/13 for $20 (activities and bookkeeping before and after school and during lunch) and at the door Sat 9/14 for $25. ALL id and dues fees must be paid in order to purchase a ticket! If you plan to bring a non-Mainland guest, pick up a guest permission form in Activities Office or the Dean’s Office. Forms due in to the Dean’s Office no later than Wednesday, September 4.

And now, your 2019 Homecoming Court:

Representing the Freshmen class: Keyara Wallace and Zahir Allen

Representing the Sophomore class: Ajhiiyah Taylor and Verquan Pride

Representing the Junior class: Hailei Barrett and Kayon Davis

Representing the Senior class: Trinity Allen

Alexia Beckton

Taylor Culver

Emma Gardner

Aaron Birch-Larrie

Victor Howard

Jamarcus Long

Jett Stafford

Congratulations to all! All court members, please stop by the counter outside of bookkeeping today during lunch for important information.

Monday, August 26th

In cross country action Saturday, Madelyn Bronson led the girls in our first race of the season in Bunnell with a time of 22:30. She was followed by Grace Hawryluk with a time of 22:47. Molly Bronson 24:22 and Hannah Gilbert 26:56 rounded out the team effort. Way to go girls!!! Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love.

Attention students, faculty and staff: We look forward to Open House tomorrow night here at Mainland High School! Parents may pick up schedules in the Performing Arts Center lobby beginning at 5:45pm. Opening program will begin at 6:00pm in the Performing Arts Center. Open House concludes at 8:00pm.

Homecoming Court Nominations will take place today in English class. If you don’t have an English class, stop by the Activities office.

Anyone interested in joining the Academic Team this year, should plan to attend the meeting at lunch tomorrow (August 27) in Mr. Hilburn’s room, Building 1, Room 213. Lunch will be provided. We will be discussing the Carnival booth and BucTalks for the 2019-2020 season. We hope to see you there!

All girls interested in playing soccer this year, please attend a brief meeting in the lower gym this Wednesday at the beginning of lunch.

It’s finally here! The first Rotary and Key Club meeting of the year. This Friday during lunch in the media Center. Be on time!

Students….Whether you’re planning on college, a technical school, the military, or you’re just not sure yet, the ASVAB Career Exploration Program can put you on the right path toward a satisfying career. Understanding your skills and interests will help you make the best decisions about your future. The ASVAB is open to all students in 10th-12th grade and will be offered on Thursday, November 7th here at Mainland. Sign up will begin on Monday in Student Services. Stop by for an information brochure.

Are you an 11th grade student? Do you like to help others? Are you interested in earning an $800 scholarship? Stop by Student Services and complete an Aspire Peer Mentoring application today. Applications are due by Friday, September 6th.

The Mainland Scholarship page has been updated with all current opportunities. Please check out the Student Resources page on MainlandHighSchool.org for info on scholarships, colleges, SAT/ACT & ASVAB. Current scholarships include: Golden Door

Scholars for DACA recipients, Epic Flight Academy for flight training and Most Valuable Student by the Elks National Foundation that is offering 500 four-year scholarships! Check the website, or come by the Resource Room located in Student Services if you have questions or for more information.

The Homecoming Talent Show is just around the corner! If you can sing, dance, play an instrument or act, this is your chance to chosen as Mainland’s Best Talent! Auditions are on Monday, September 9th at 3:45PM in the dance studio. Acts should be 3 and a 1/2 minutes or less! Don’t miss your chance to show everyone at the Homecoming Carnival how much talent you have and be named Mainland’s Best Talent! Come out for auditions on Monday, September 9th at 3:45PM in the dance studio! Please see Mrs. Warren in the dance studio with questions or more information!

Homecoming is the weekend of September 13 and will be here soon! Homecoming Dance – Hollywood – Mainland Walks the Red Carpet is Saturday, September 14 from 7:00-11:00pm in the Gymnasium. Tickets will be on sale Mon 9/9 through Fri 9/13 for $20 (activities and bookkeeping before and after school and during lunch) and at the door Sat 9/14 for $25. ALL id and dues fees must be paid in order to purchase a ticket! If you plan to bring a non-Mainland guest, pick up a guest permission form in Activities Office or the Dean’s Office. Forms due in to the Dean’s Office no later than Wednesday, September 4.

This past Saturday our Mainland Volleyball program visited the University of Florida to see the Gators defeat the UCF Knights in volleyball. What a great experience and college visit for the players. This week your Mainland volleyball takes on Deltona home on Tuesday and is away Wed at Matanzas and away Thursday against Warner. Come out and support your Mainland Volleyball program. Buc Pride Never Dies!

Friday, August 23rd

Congratulations to our Varsity and JV volleyballs for both winning and defeating Seabreeze last night. Stellar performance by our JV players: Taylor Greco, Nyasia James, Camryn Campbell, Jackie Christiansen, Alaina Turner and Kalani Stewart.

And a huge performance by Alexa Wilson, Taelyn Johnson, Jourdon Cooper, Vanessa Cervantes, and Bella Truxall. Next week our girls are home on Tuesday against Deltona. Come out and support your Mainland Volleyball Program. Buc Pride Never Dies.

Congratulations to the girls bowling team for defeating Seabreeze yesterday 7-0. The Bucs were led by a strong effort from Emily Sansom in the victory. Great job ladies.

The boys bowling team put up a good fight but fell to Seabreeze yesterday. The boys had great games from Adam Driver, Kory Driver, and Walther Lents. Keep your heads up boys and good luck next week vs Atlantic.

Students….Whether you’re planning on college, a technical school, the military, or you’re just not sure yet, the ASVAB Career Exploration Program can put you on the right path toward a satisfying career. Understanding your skills and interests will help you make the best decisions about your future. The ASVAB is open to all students in 10th-12th grade and will be offered on Thursday, November 7th here at Mainland. Sign up will begin on Monday in Student Services. Stop by for an information brochure.

Are you an 11th grade student? Do you like to help others? Are you interested in earning an $800 scholarship? Stop by Student Services and complete an Aspire Peer Mentoring application today. Applications are due by Friday, September 6th.

The Mainland Scholarship page has been updated with all current opportunities. Please check out the Student Resources page on MainlandHighSchool.org for info on scholarships, colleges, SAT/ACT & ASVAB. Current scholarships include: Golden Door Scholars for DACA recipients, Epic Flight Academy for flight training and Most Valuable Student by the Elks National Foundation that is offering 500 four-year scholarships! Check the website, or come by the Resource Room located in Student Services if you have questions or for more information.

Drama Club will be meeting on Fridays at lunch in room 2-108. Artists, writers, anyone who wants to learn about backstage- Even if you don’t want to be on stage- there is still a place for you! Life is full of drama, so why not join the club?

All girls interested in playing soccer this year, please attend a brief meeting in the lower gym this Wednesday at the beginning of lunch.

The Homecoming Talent Show is just around the corner! If you can sing, dance, play an instrument or act, this is your chance to chosen as Mainland’s Best Talent! Auditions are on Monday, September 9th at 3:45PM in the dance studio. Acts should be 3 and a 1/2 minutes or less! Don’t miss your chance to show everyone at the Homecoming Carnival how much talent you have and be named Mainland’s Best Talent! Come out for auditions on Monday, September 9th at 3:45PM in the dance studio! Please see Mrs. Warren in the dance studio with questions or more information!

Attention all students, faculty and staff: Mainland t-shirts and hoodies are now on sale in the Activities Office. Limited sizes! Will be sold on a first come, first served basis. T-shirts are $5 and $10 and hoodies $20. Students, stop by before school, during lunch or after school.

Homecoming is the weekend of September 13 and will be here soon! Homecoming Court Nominations will take place Monday, August 26 in English class. If you don’t have an English class, stop by the Activities office. Homecoming Dance – Hollywood – Mainland Walks the Red Carpet is Saturday, September 14 from 7:00-11:00pm in the Gymnasium. Tickets will be on sale Mon 9/9 through Fri 9/13 for $20 (activities and bookkeeping before and after school and during lunch) and at the door Sat 9/14 for $25. ALL id and dues fees must be paid in order to purchase a ticket! If you plan to bring a non-Mainland guest, pick up a guest permission form in Activities Office or the Dean’s Office. Forms due in to the Dean’s Office no later than Wednesday, September 4.

Thursday, August 22nd

Big wins for our JV and V Volleyball teams last night against Pine Ridge. Top performers from JV were Jackie Christiansen, Taylor Greco, Nyasia James, Camryn Campbell, Jess Dailey, Alaina Turner, and Kalani Stewart. Top performers for Varsity were Alexa Wilson, Cemiyah Talton, Jourdon Cooper, Elizabeth Hernandez, and Emanni Howard. Tonight, you can catch our girls back in action against our rival Seabreeze High School at 5 and 6pm in our gym. Buc Pride Never Dies.

Are you an 11th grade student? Do you like to help others? Are you interested in earning an $800 scholarship? Stop by Student Services and complete an Aspire Peer Mentoring application today. Applications are due by Friday, September 6th.

International Club meeting will be held today during lunch in Ms. Cornett’s room 2-321. Welcome to anyone who’s interested!

Jr. Civitan will be holding an interest meeting in room 1-316 today during lunch.

Girls with S.T.Y.L.E.S. will host its first meeting of the year today at 3:45 pm, in room 1-111. Girls with STYLES is open to all young ladies grades 9-12. Hope to see you there!

The Mainland Scholarship page has been updated with all current opportunities. Please check out the Student Resources page on MainlandHighSchool.org for info on scholarships, colleges, SAT/ACT & ASVAB. Current scholarships include: Golden Door Scholars for DACA recipients, Epic Flight Academy for flight training and Most Valuable Student by the Elks National Foundation that is offering 500 four-year scholarships! Check the website, or come by the Resource Room located in Student Services if you have questions or for more information.

Attention all students, faculty and staff: Mainland t-shirts and hoodies are now on sale in the Activities Office. Limited sizes! Will be sold on a first come, first served basis. T-shirts are $5 and $10 and hoodies $20. Students, stop by before school, during lunch or after school.

Homecoming is the weekend of September 13 and will be here soon! Homecoming Court Nominations will take place Monday, August 26 in English class. If you don’t have an English class, stop by the Activities office. Homecoming Dance – Hollywood – Mainland Walks the Red Carpet is Saturday, September 14 from 7:00-11:00pm in the Gymnasium. Tickets will be on sale Mon 9/9 through Fri 9/13 for $20 (activities and bookkeeping before and after school and during lunch) and at the door Sat 9/14 for $25. ALL id and

dues fees must be paid in order to purchase a ticket! If you plan to bring a non-Mainland guest, pick up a guest permission form in Activities Office or the Dean’s Office. Forms due in to the Dean’s Office no later than Wednesday, September 4.

Wednesday, August 21st

Great performance by our Mainland Volleyball team last night. Our JV was victorious, and we had a solid performance from Nyasia James, Cassidy Campbell, Taylor Greco and Jackie Christiansen. Our Varsity fell short, but was a sight to see defensively as they recorded 5 solo blocks and 8 blocks assists as a team. Stat leaders were Bella Truxall, Emanni Howard, Alexa Wilson, Jourdon Cooper, and Sadie Rich. Tonight, our girls are home against Pine Ridge High School. Thursday, the girls are home again and playing our rival Seabreeze. Come out and support your Buccaneers.

The girls golf team had a golf match against University yesterday. University won 195 to 291. Mar’Kia Rimini led the Bucs with a 67, which was 10 strokes better than her previous match. Kaylee Peterson shot 8 strokes better than her previous match. The Bucs take on Seabreeze on Thursday.

Are you an 11th grade student? Do you like to help others? Are you interested in earning an $800 scholarship? Stop by Student Services and complete an Aspire Peer Mentoring application today. Applications are due by Friday, September 6th.

Art Club will be meeting in Ms. Wise’s room 2-128, today after school at 2:30.

Do you enjoy playing games? Here at the Guild of Gamers we play PC , console, card, role playing, board…really any kind of games. So if you are interested you can join us every Wednesday from 2:30-4:30 in Mr. Reed’s room, room 1-335. We hope to see you there!

International Club meeting will be held tomorrow, Thursday August 22nd during lunch in Ms. Cornett’s room 2-321. Welcome to anyone who’s interested!

Jr. Civitan will be holding an interest meeting in room 1-316 tomorrow, Thursday during lunch.

Girls with S.T.Y.L.E.S. will host its first meeting of the year tomorrow, Thursday, August 22nd at 3:45 pm, in room 1-111. Girls with STYLES is open to all young ladies grades 9-12. Hope to see you there!

The Athletic Training Room will be CLOSED after school today for concussion testing.

The Mainland Scholarship page has been updated with all current opportunities. Please check out the Student Resources page on MainlandHighSchool.org for info on scholarships, colleges, SAT/ACT & ASVAB. Current scholarships include: Golden Door

Scholars for DACA recipients, Epic Flight Academy for flight training and Most Valuable Student by the Elks National Foundation that is offering 500 four-year scholarships! Check the website, or come by the Resource Room located in Student Services if you have questions or for more information

Any student interested in running cross country please see Coach Mountcastle in room 2-314 or Coach Conquest in room 1-312 for information. It’s not too late to join the team. “Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love.”

Attention all students, faculty and staff: Mainland t-shirts and hoodies are now on sale in the Activities Office. Limited sizes! Will be sold on a first come, first served basis. T-shirts are $5 and $10 and hoodies $20. Students, stop by before school, during lunch or after school.

This week our Mainland Volleyball program takes on Pine Ridge tonight and Seabreeze tomorrow, Thursday. All matches are home. Please come out and support these hardworking student-athletes.

Tuesday, August 20th

The girls golf team had their first match of the season yesterday against New Smyrna Beach. New Smyrna Beach won the match and Acura Graves led Mainland with a score of 75. Today the girls take on University High School. Good luck ladies!!

Attention Freshmen class rep candidates. There will be a lunch meeting today in the SGA room 1-260. Stop by the Activities Office if you have any questions.

Are you an 11th grade student? Do you like to help others? Are you interested in earning an $800 scholarship? Stop by Student Services and complete an Aspire Peer Mentoring application today. Applications are due by Friday, September 6th.

Art Club will be meeting in Ms. Wise’s room 2-128, Wednesday after school at 2:30.

International Club meeting will be held on Thursday August 22nd during lunch in Ms. Cornett’s room 2-321. Welcome to anyone who’s interested!

Girls with S.T.Y.L.E.S. will host its first meeting of the year this Thursday, August 22nd at 3:45 pm, in room 1-111. Girls with STYLES is open to all young ladies grades 9-12. Hope to see you there!

Any student interested in running cross country please see Coach Mountcastle in room 2-314 or Coach Conquest in room 1-312 for information. It’s not too late to join the team. “Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love.”

Do you enjoy playing games? Here at the Guild of Gamers we play PC , console, card, role playing, board…really any kind of games. So if you are interested you can join us every Wednesday from 2:30-4:30 in Mr. Reed’s room, room 1-335. We hope to see you there!

Attention all students, faculty and staff: Mainland t-shirts and hoodies are now on sale in the Activities Office. Limited sizes! Will be sold on a first come, first served basis. T-shirts are $5 and $10 and hoodies $20. Students, stop by before school, during lunch or after school.

This week our Mainland Volleyball program takes on University High on Tuesday, Pine Ridge on Wednesday, and Seabreeze on Thursday. All matches are home. Please come out and support these hardworking student-athletes.

Monday, August 19th

Attention Freshmen class: Are you interested in being a student leader? Do you want to get involved in Mainland High School? Class rep applications deadline extended until the end of the day today to Mrs. Rogers in the Activities Office. Please stop by with any questions or if you need an application.

Are you an 11th grade student? Do you like to help others? Are you interested in earning an $800 scholarship? Stop by the School Counseling Office and complete an Aspire Peer Mentoring application today. Applications are due by Friday, September 6th.

Mainland volleyball will have a tryout for all freshman and transfers to Mainland interested in playing today after school. See Coach Valle in room 2-215. All interested need a sports physical and a consent form completed – bring your paperwork with you.

Any student interested in running cross country please see Coach Mountcastle in room 2-314 or Coach Conquest in room 1-312 for information. It’s not too late to join the team. “Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love.”

Do you enjoy playing games? Here at the Guild of Gamers we play PC , console, card, role playing, board…really any kind of games. So if you are interested you can join us every Wednesday from 2:30-4:30 in Mr. Reed’s room, room 1-335. We hope to see you there!

Attention all students, faculty and staff: Mainland t-shirts and hoodies are now on sale in the Activities Office. Limited sizes! Will be sold on a first come, first served basis. T-shirts are $5 and $10 and hoodies $20. Students, stop by before school, during lunch or after school.

Friday, August 16th

Students who have purchased the $35 athletic pass may pick up their passes in the Media Center all day today. If you would like to purchase one, you may do so in bookkeeping or activities before and after school and during lunch.

Attention Freshmen class: Are you interested in being a student leader? Do you want to get involved in Mainland High School? Class rep applications are due today to Mrs. Rogers in the Activities Office. Please stop by with any questions or if you need an application.

Mainland volleyball will have a tryout for all freshman and transfers to Mainland interested in playing today and Monday, August 19th. See Coach Valle in room 2-215. All interested need a sports physical and a consent form completed – bring your paperwork with you.

All returning Rotary and Key Club members need to see Coach Burton in 1-268.

Attention: The tryout period for joining the swim team has been extended until the end of next week. If you are interested in joining the swim team this year, there will be a meeting in Coach Bishop’s classroom (1-214) today. If you’re not there, you’re just all wet.

Any student interested in running cross country please see Coach Mountcastle in room 2-314 or Coach Conquest in room 1-312 for information. It’s not too late to join the team. “Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love.”

Anybody interested in utilizing the weight room this fall, come by Mr. Lawrence’s room today during lunch or after school in Room 1-215.

Any students interested in playing Golf this year please contact Coach DeWeese in the morning, at lunch, or after school in room 1-331. Once again, any student interested in playing Golf this year please contact Coach DeWeese.

Thursday, August 15th

Attention new teachers: There will be a New Teacher Meeting after school today at 3:45pm in the Media Center. Look forward to seeing you all there!

Student ids are $10 and can be paid in bookkeeping or activities before and after school and during lunch.

Students who have purchased the $35 athletic pass may pick up their passes in the Media Center all day tomorrow. If you would like to purchase one, you may do so in bookkeeping or activities before and after school and during lunch.

Attention Freshmen class: Are you interested in being a student leader? Do you want to get involved in Mainland High School? Class rep applications are due tomorrow to Mrs. Rogers in the Activities Office. Please stop by with any questions or if you need an application.

Mainland volleyball will have a tryout for all freshman and transfers to Mainland interested in playing tomorrow, Friday, August 16th and Monday, August 19th. See Coach Valle in room 2-215. All interested need a sports physical and a consent form completed – bring your paperwork with you.

All returning Rotary and Key Club members need to see Coach Burton in 1-268.

All boys and girls who are interested in basketball there will be a meeting during lunch today in the gym.

Attention: The tryout period for joining the swim team has been extended until the end of next week. If you are interested in joining the swim team this year, there will be a meeting in Coach Bishop’s classroom (1-214) tomorrow. If you’re not there, you’re just all wet.

Any student interested in running cross country please see Coach Mountcastle in room 2-314 or Coach Conquest in room 1-312 for information. It’s not too late to join the team. “Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love.”

Anybody interested in utilizing the weight room this fall, come by Mr. Lawrence’s room today during lunch or after school in Room 1-215.

Any students interested in playing Golf this year please contact Coach DeWeese in the morning, at lunch, or after school in room 1-331. Once again, any student interested in playing Golf this year please contact Coach DeWeese.

Last night the Bucs fell short to Titusville and Seabreeze but we did have a solid performance from Jourdon Cooper with three kills and three blocks.

Buc Pride Never Dies

Wednesday, August 14th

Student ids are $10 and can be paid in bookkeeping or activities before and after school and during lunch.

Students who have purchased the $35 athletic pass may pick up their passes in the Media Center all day on Friday. If you would like to purchase one, you may do so in bookkeeping or activities before and after school and during lunch.

All returning Rotary and Key Club members need to see Coach Burton in 1-268.

All boys and girls who are interested in basketball there will be a meeting during lunch tomorrow, Thursday in the gym.

Attention: The tryout period for joining the swim team has been extended until the end of next week. If you are interested in joining the swim team this year, there will be a meeting in Coach Bishop’s classroom (1-214) on Friday. If you’re not there, you’re just all wet.

Any student interested in running cross country please see Coach Mountcastle in room 2-314 or Coach Conquest in room 1-312 for information. It’s not too late to join the team. Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love.

Anybody interested in utilizing the weight room this fall, come by Mr. Lawrence’s room tomorrow, Thursday before school, during lunch, or after school in Room 1-215.

Any students interested in playing Golf this year please contact Coach DeWeese in the morning, at lunch, or after school in room 1-331. Once again, any student interested in playing Golf this year please contact Coach DeWeese.

Today our Mainland volleyball program will be hosting their annual Varsity Jamboree with ten schools attending from Volusia, Brevard, Flagler and St. Johns County. The girls play at 5:30pm and 7pm. Come out and support your players and our program. Buc Pride Never Dies!

Tuesday, August 13th

To reiterate our Principal, Mr. Huth’s earlier announcement, students will not be permitted to leave campus for lunch these 1st 2 weeks of school. Additionally, food deliveries to students is not permitted.

Student ID pictures will be taken through English classes today and tomorrow. More information will be provided tomorrow with regard to the procedure for those students that did not get their picture taken during this time.

Student ids are $10 and can be paid in bookkeeping or activities before and after school and during lunch.

Congratulations to our Mainland JV Volleyball team for an awesome job this past Saturday. They defeated Matanzas, University, Flagler, and Seabreeze. Top Performers were Jackie Christiansen, Taylor Greco, Alaina Turner, Camryn Campbell, Jess Daily, Bella Truxall, Alexa Wilson and Sadie Rich. Way to go Bucs!

CROSS COUNTRY!!!!!! There will be an informational meeting for all returning runners and any student who is interested in running cross country this year in room 1-312 today immediately after school!! Come on out!! Cross country, the toughest sport you’ll ever love.

Any students interested in playing Golf this year please contact Coach DeWeese in the morning, at lunch, or after school in room 1-331. Once again, any student interested in playing Golf this year please contact Coach DeWeese.

Tomorrow Mainland Volleyball hosts 10 teams from 3 counties for our annual Varsity Jamboree- come out and support your Buccaneers! Buc Pride Never Dies!