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Thursday, May 10

SENIOR GIRLS- YOU DO NOT NEED TO SEW A COLLAR ONTO YOUR GRADUATION GOWN. In regards to the email sent yesterday. Please ignore this part of the message.

ATTENTION SENIORS. THE 11TH ANNUAL JEREMY SAMUELS SCHOLARSHIP IS NOW AVAILABLE. PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE DEPT. FOR MORE DETAILS. THE SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE IS MONDAY, MAY 14TH.

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS, YOUR VOLUNTEER HOURS NEED TO BE TURNED IN BY THE FOLLOWING DATES: SENIORS YOUR HOURS ARE DUE NO LATER THAN TUESDAY, MAY 1ST. UNDERCLASSMEN YOUR HOURS ARE DUE BY FRIDAY, MAY 11TH. IF YOU NEED BLANK FORMS TO DOCUMENT YOUR HOURS OR HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING COMPLETING YOUR HOURS OR PAPERWORK, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE, AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN REGISTERING FOR SUMMER DRIVERS ED. THE APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE BEGINNING TODAY FROM MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE. NOTE THAT ACTUAL REGISTRATION BEGINS TOMORROW MORNING 5/10, AT 7 AM. YOU MUST HAVE YOUR COMPLETED AND SIGNED APPLICATION AND YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT WITH YOU. PLEASE SELECT AN ALTERNATE LOCATION, IF YOU WANT TO COMPLETE THIS CLASS DURING THE SUMMER. OUR CLASS WILL FILL UP QUICKLY AND IF YOU HAVE ANOTHER LOCATION ALREADY CHOSEN THURSDAY MORNING, WE WILL BE ABLE TO POSSIBLY PLACE YOU ELSEWHERE IF NECESSARY.

Any boy wanting to try-out for the 2018 Spruce Creek Boys Golf Team must attend a mandatory organizational meeting today Thursday, May 10, 2018 at 6:30 P.M. in the Spruce Creek High School cafeteria. Player and parent or guardian must attend.

Hello Juniors! On Friday we will be having a meeting in room B-31 for those you are interested in the On The Job Training program where you earn high school credit while working. Come by B-31 on Friday at the beginning of lunch to learn how you can earn while you learn!

If you haven’t purchased your yearbook, you better hurry. Yearbooks are almost completely sold out. Get yours today in room L04. Don’t be left without one. Get yours today in room L04.

THE HEALTHY HAWKS ARE HAVING A SPRING FLOWER SALE! Spring has sprung and April showers have brought May flowers. Plants bring joy and happiness. The Healthy Hawks have plants for sale for everyone. Don’t forget, Mother’s Day is fast approaching – so come down to M-26 to see all the awesome plants. Buy a plant – Spread the Joy! See you soon in M-26.

And now for the weather: Things are slowly starting to heat up in the forecast. Our high today will reach 85 degrees under sunny skies. Luckily, our humidity is still low for the early part of May, so it will still feel comfortable outside. Expect a light breeze out of the northeast. Currently, the bus loop is 71 degrees.

Tuesday, May 8

Congratulations to John Zamborsky for being awarded an Applause Award for Outstanding Lead Performing for our musical “We Will Rock You.” John will have the honor of performing at the Applause Awards on June 2nd at the Dr. Phillips Center, tickets are available on-line, and will be in the running to represent Central Florida at the Jimmy Awards in New York City this summer.

As we usher out the class of 2018 and welcome a new flock of freshmen to the nest, we ask that you take a moment to signed on to the REMIND message system for your class. Summer is almost here and it is one of the best tools we have to keep you up to date on everything at Creek leading to the first day back to school. Text the following code that applies to you to 81010

Class of 2019, PLEASE TEXT: @SCHAWK19            CLASS OF 2020 TEXT: @SCHAWK20              AND CLASS OF 2021 TEXT: @SCHAWK21 .

ATTENTION SENIORS. THE 11TH ANNUAL JEREMY SAMUELS SCHOLARSHIP IS NOW AVAILABLE. PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE DEPT. FOR MORE DETAILS. THE SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE IS MONDAY, MAY 14TH.

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS, YOUR VOLUNTEER HOURS NEED TO BE TURNED IN BY THE FOLLOWING DATES: SENIORS YOUR HOURS ARE DUE NO LATER THAN TUESDAY, MAY 1ST. UNDERCLASSMEN YOUR HOURS ARE DUE BY FRIDAY, MAY 11TH. IF YOU NEED BLANK FORMS TO DOCUMENT YOUR HOURS OR HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING COMPLETING YOUR HOURS OR PAPERWORK, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE, AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

All softball fans: Don't forget today is the big game! We will be taking on University HS in the 2nd Round of the state playoffs here on campus at 7pm. Let's pack the stands and get behind these ladies for another win!

Anyone interested in cross country pls attend our Lunch meeting this Friday during lunch in room C-23.

Have you bought your yearbook yet? Time is running out, get yours today and all for the low price of $100-- but hurry, supplies are limited. Seniors, your yearbooks are in. They will be passed out on Friday all day, including at the signing party. If you haven’t bought one, get yours today.

THE HEALTHY HAWKS ARE HAVING A SPRING FLOWER SALE! Spring has sprung and April showers have brought May flowers. Plants bring joy and happiness. The Healthy Hawks have plants for sale for everyone. Don’t forget, Mother’s Day is fast approaching – so come down to M-26 to see all the awesome plants. Buy a plant – Spread the Joy! See you soon in M-26.

Monday, May 7

 ATTENTION SENIORS. THE 11TH ANNUAL JEREMY SAMUELS SCHOLARSHIP IS NOW AVAILABLE. PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE DEPT. FOR MORE DETAILS. THE SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE IS MONDAY, MAY 14TH.

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS, YOUR VOLUNTEER HOURS NEED TO BE TURNED IN BY THE FOLLOWING DATES: SENIORS YOUR HOURS ARE DUE NO LATER THAN TUESDAY, MAY 1ST. UNDERCLASSMEN YOUR HOURS ARE DUE BY FRIDAY, MAY 11TH. IF YOU NEED BLANK FORMS TO DOCUMENT YOUR HOURS OR HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING COMPLETING YOUR HOURS OR PAPERWORK, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE, AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

All softball fans: Don't forget tomorrow is the big game! We will be taking on University HS in the 2nd Round of the state playoffs here on campus at 7pm. Let's pack the stands and get behind these ladies for another win!

Calling all Bobcats. Coach Mac needs some good helpers to help run field day at Spruce Creek Elementary next Thursday, May 10th. If you are interested, please come by the boy's PE locker room.

Have you bought your yearbook yet? Time is running out, get yours today and all for the low price of $100-- but hurry, supplies are limited. Seniors, your yearbooks are in. They will be passed outon Friday all day, including at the signing party. If you haven’t bought one, get yours today.

And now for the weather: The weekend rain has cleared out and sunshine and warm temperatures have moved in. Our highs will be in the mid-80s all week with low rain chances. Currently, it’s 72 degrees at the bike rack.

Thursday, May 3

Congratulations to our lady hawk’s softball team for taking down Sandalwood last night 13-2 in five innings.  It was another complete team effort! With last night’s win, our ladies will host University right here on campus next Tuesday at 7pm in a Regional Semifinal showdown.  Mark it on your calendars because this is a game you won't want to miss

ATTENTION IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO TAKE THE ACT ON JUNE 9TH, THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER ONLINE BEFORE BEING ASSESSED A LATE FEE IS TOMORROW MAY 4TH BY11:59 PM.  AFTER THAT TIME THE COST OF THE TEST PLUS THE LATE FEE WILL BE CHARGED.

ATTENTION SENIORS.  THE 11TH ANNUAL JEREMY SAMUELS SCHOLARSHIP IS NOW AVAILABLE.  PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE DEPT. FOR MORE DETAILS.  THE SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE IS MONDAY, MAY 14TH.

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS, YOUR VOLUNTEER HOURS NEED TO BE TURNED IN BY THE FOLLOWING DATES:  SENIORS YOUR HOURS ARE DUE NO LATER THAN TUESDAY, MAY 1ST.  UNDERCLASSMEN YOUR HOURS ARE DUE BY FRIDAY, MAY 11TH.  IF YOU NEED BLANK FORMS TO DOCUMENT YOUR HOURS OR HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING COMPLETING YOUR HOURS OR  PAPERWORK, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE, AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. 

Seniors, Student Government is sponsoring a scholarship for students that have exhibited leadership on campus or in the community.  Please see Mrs. Bundza for the application.  The application is due back May 3rd.

The Dance Department presents:"Hawks Dancing Around The World" on Friday, May the 4th be with you at 7pm in the school auditorium.  Tickets are 3 dollars at the door.  Come support your dancing Hawk friends on Friday!

Calling all Bobcats.  Coach Mac needs some good helpers to help run field day at Spruce Creek Elementary next Thursday, May 10th.  If you are interested, please come by the boy's PE locker room.

Time and books are running out.  You can only get your yearbook in room L04 now.

And now for the weather: More beautiful weather is in-store for us today.  Expect sunny skies and easterly breezes of the ocean.  Our high will be 81 degrees. Currently, it’s 68 degrees outside Papa Hawk’s office.

Wednesday, May 2

Good luck to our Lady Hawks Softball team as they take on Sandalwood HS tonight in the 1st round of the playoffs.  Game time is scheduled for 7pm right here on campus.  Let's pack the stands and get behind these ladies for tonight's big game!

ATTENTION SENIORS.  THE 11TH ANNUAL JEREMY SAMUELS SCHOLARSHIP IS NOW AVAILABLE.  PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE DEPT. FOR MORE DETAILS.  THE SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE IS MONDAY, MAY 14TH.

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS, YOUR VOLUNTEER HOURS NEED TO BE TURNED IN BY THE FOLLOWING DATES:  SENIORS YOUR HOURS ARE DUE NO LATER THAN TUESDAY, MAY 1ST.  UNDERCLASSMEN YOUR HOURS ARE DUE BY FRIDAY, MAY 11TH.  IF YOU NEED BLANK FORMS TO DOCUMENT YOUR HOURS OR HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING COMPLETING YOUR HOURS OR  PAPERWORK, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE, AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. 

Seniors, Student Government is sponsoring a scholarship for students that have exhibited leadership on campus or in the community.  Please see Mrs. Bundza for the application.  The application is due back May 3rd.

The Dance Department presents:"Hawks Dancing Around the World" on Friday, May the 4th be with you at 7pm in the school auditorium.  Tickets are 3 dollars at the door.  Come support your dancing Hawk friends on Friday!

THE HEALTHY HAWKS ARE HAVING A SPRING FLOWER SALE! Spring has sprung and April showers have brought May flowers. Plants bring joy and happiness.  The Healthy Hawks have plants for sale for everyone. Don’t forget, Mother’s Day is fast approaching – so come down to M-26 to see all the awesome plants. Buy a plant – Spread the Joy! See you soon in M-26.

Time and books are running out.  You can only get your yearbook in room L04 now.

And now for the weather: If you liked yesterday’s weather, then we’re in for more of the same today.  Expect sunny skies and cool breezes off the ocean.  Our high will be 81 degrees. Currently, it’s 67 degrees under the solar panels.

 

SENIORS- THERE ARE STILL SEVERAL OF YOU THAT NEED TO PAY FOR AND/ OR PICK UP YOUR CAP AND GOWN. TIME IS RUNNING OUT!

 

Tuesday, May 1

 

ATTENTION SENIORS.  THE 11TH ANNUAL JEREMY SAMUELS SCHOLARSHIP IS NOW AVAILABLE.  PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE DEPT. FOR MORE DETAILS.  THE SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE IS MONDAY, MAY 14TH.

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS, YOUR VOLUNTEER HOURS NEED TO BE TURNED IN BY THE FOLLOWING DATES:  SENIORS YOUR HOURS ARE DUE NO LATER THAN TUESDAY, MAY 1ST.  UNDERCLASSMEN YOUR HOURS ARE DUE BY FRIDAY, MAY 11TH.  IF YOU NEED BLANK FORMS TO DOCUMENT YOUR HOURS OR HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING COMPLETING YOUR HOURS OR PAPERWORK, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE, AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. 

Any boy wanting to try-out for the 2018 Spruce Creek Boys Golf Team must attend a mandatory organizational meeting Thursday, May 10, 2018 at 6:30 P.M. in the Spruce Creek High School cafeteria. Player and parent or guardian must attend. Any Questions check out the Spruce Creek High School webpage.

The Dance Department presents:"Hawks Dancing Around the World" on Friday, May the 4th be with you at 7pm in the school auditorium.  Tickets are 3 dollars at the door.  Come support your dancing Hawk friends on Friday!

 

We would like to add a big  congratulations  to Jasmyn  Dorsey and Gianna Meoli for qualifying for Track and Field State. Congratulations Ladies and all state athletes this week. Come home with some GOLD!

 

And now for the weather: By the numbers, May 1st is our sunniest day of the year.  Today, the data will NOT disappoint.  Expect sunny skies and cool breezes off the ocean.  Our high will be 80 degrees. Currently, it’s 66 degrees outside the varsity weight room.

 

Monday, April 30

3-peat, 3-peat, 3-peat!  Our Lady Hawks softball team took home the district Championship Friday night making it the 3rd district Championship in a row!  They beat University 6-5 in the 8th inning to capture the title.  With the win our ladies will be hosting Sandalwood hs on Wednesday right here on campus at 7pmfor their 1st round playoff game.  It's time to pack the stands and show these girls your support! See you at the field Wed at 7pm.

Congrats to the girls track and field team with an outstanding showing at the 4A Regional championships at Flagler Palm Coast High School here are a few Gils who’ve advanced to the State Championships: Camryn Cooney, Dasia Stevens, Paige Cooksey, Zakia Flemming, Nyia Pettway, Kaylee Van Rij, Sam Gayton, Andi Cantley, Kaylee Thigpen.

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN SUMMER DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES.  PLEASE PICK UP THE BROCHURE, WHICH INCLUDES THE DATES AND OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION REGARDING OUR JULY SESSION OF DRIVERS ED, IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  REGISTRATION FOR DRIVERS ED WILL TAKE PLACE IN MAY. PLEASE REMEMBER, YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AND HAVE COMPLETED OR BE COMPLETING 9TH GRADE IN ORDER TO REGISTER FOR DRIVERS ED NEXT MONTH.

ATTENTION SENIORS.  THE 11TH ANNUAL JEREMY SAMUELS SCHOLARSHIP IS NOW AVAILABLE.  PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE DEPT. FOR MORE DETAILS.  THE SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE IS MONDAY, MAY 14TH.

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS, YOUR VOLUNTEER HOURS NEED TO BE TURNED IN BY THE FOLLOWING DATES:  SENIORS YOUR HOURS ARE DUE NO LATER THAN TUESDAY, MAY 1ST.  UNDERCLASSMEN YOUR HOURS ARE DUE BY FRIDAY, MAY 11TH.  IF YOU NEED BLANK FORMS TO DOCUMENT YOUR HOURS OR HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING COMPLETING YOUR HOURS OR  PAPERWORK, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE, AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. 

Seniors, Student Government is sponsoring a scholarship for students that have exhibited leadership on campus or in the community.  Please see Mrs. Bundza for the application.  The application is due back May 3rd.

Any boy wanting to try-out for the 2018 Spruce Creek Boys Golf Team must attend a mandatory organizational meeting Thursday, May 10, 2018 at 6:30 P.M. in the Spruce Creek High School cafeteria. Player and parent or guardian must attend. Any Questions check out the Spruce Creek High School webpage.

And now for the weather: Breezy and Sunny are today’s weather headlines.  Easterly winds off the water are giving us a mild start this morning, but will also keep our highs in the lower 80s. Currently, it’s 73 degrees outside the Media Center.

 

Thursday, April 26

The lady hawks flag football team have had their best season to date. Unfortunately, they could not overcome the strong 13-0 Wekiva Girls team in the final, but we are the only team to score points on them. They came home with the runners up trophy. Great season girls.

Today’s shout-out goes to our lady Hawks softball team as they take down Lake Mary 3 to 2 last night in the district semifinal game. With the win that means our ladies are in the district Championship Friday against University and will be in the state playoffs. Let's go ladies let's win it!

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN SUMMER DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES.  PLEASE PICK UP THE BROCHURE, WHICH INCLUDES THE DATES AND OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION REGARDING OUR JULY SESSION OF DRIVERS ED, IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  REGISTRATION FOR DRIVERS ED WILL TAKE PLACE IN MAY. PLEASE REMEMBER, YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AND HAVE COMPLETED OR BE COMPLETING 9TH GRADE IN ORDER TO REGISTER FOR DRIVERS ED NEXT MONTH.

ATTENTION SENIORS.  THE 11TH ANNUAL JEREMY SAMUELS SCHOLARSHIP IS NOW AVAILABLE.  PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE DEPT. FOR MORE DETAILS.  THE SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE IS MONDAY, MAY 14TH.

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS, YOUR VOLUNTEER HOURS NEED TO BE TURNED IN BY THE FOLLOWING DATES:  SENIORS YOUR HOURS ARE DUE NO LATER THAN TUESDAY, MAY 1ST.  UNDERCLASSMEN YOUR HOURS ARE DUE BY FRIDAY, MAY 11TH.  IF YOU NEED BLANK FORMS TO DOCUMENT YOUR HOURS OR HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING COMPLETING YOUR HOURS OR PAPERWORK, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE, AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. 

Seniors, Student Government is sponsoring a scholarship for students that have exhibited leadership on campus or in the community.  Please see Mrs. Bundza for the application.  The application is due back May 3rd.

This Friday is the Day of Silence, a national event in which students take a vow of silence to bring attention to the silencing effect of anti-LGBT bullying and harassment in schools.  You can show your support by purchasing a wristband from April 23rd through the 27th for $1 from a GSA member, at the GSA’s table in the Atrium at lunch, or in room B-11.  Visit dayofsilence.org for more information.

Get your yearbook now for $100 before they run out.  We only have 100 left so order yours today.  

 

Wednesday, April 25

The lady hawks flag football team  secured a place in tonight’s district finals against Wekiva with a convincing win against FPC in Apopka last night. 33-20.. 3 touchdowns for Alyssa Derrick, 1 each for Amber DiQuattro and Baylee Patt.. Great work by the defense too with many interceptions. Great all round performance.. good luck tonight girls.

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN SUMMER DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES.  PLEASE PICK UP THE BROCHURE, WHICH INCLUDES THE DATES AND OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION REGARDING OUR JULY SESSION OF DRIVERS ED, IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  REGISTRATION FOR DRIVERS ED WILL TAKE PLACE IN MAY. PLEASE REMEMBER, YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AND HAVE COMPLETED OR BE COMPLETING 9TH GRADE  IN ORDER TO REGISTER FOR DRIVERS ED NEXT MONTH.

ATTENTION SENIORS.  THE 11TH ANNUAL JEREMY SAMUELS SCHOLARSHIP IS NOW AVAILABLE.  PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE DEPT. FOR MORE DETAILS.  THE SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE IS MONDAY, MAY 14TH.

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS, YOUR VOLUNTEER HOURS NEED TO BE TURNED IN BY THE FOLLOWING DATES:  SENIORS YOUR HOURS ARE DUE NO LATER THAN TUESDAY, MAY 1ST.  UNDERCLASSMEN YOUR HOURS ARE DUE BY FRIDAY, MAY 11TH.  IF YOU NEED BLANK FORMS TO DOCUMENT YOUR HOURS OR HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING COMPLETING YOUR HOURS OR  PAPERWORK, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE, AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. 

Seniors, Student Government is sponsoring a scholarship for students that have exhibited leadership on campus or in the community.  Please see Mrs. Bundza for the application.  The application is due back May 3rd.

This Friday is the Day of Silence, a national event in which students take a vow of silence to bring attention to the silencing effect of anti-LGBT bullying and harassment in schools.  You can show your support by purchasing a wristband from April 23rd through the 27th for $1 from a GSA member, at the GSA’s table in the Atrium at lunch, or in room B-11.  Visit dayofsilence.org for more information.

The Young Republicans will meet at lunch in G-2... Join us today- Wed April 25... G-2 Young Republicans!  

Are you concerned about the ecological impacts of an industrialized food system?  Today at the beginning of lunch in Ms. Richard’s room O-37, a representative from the Factory Farming

Awareness Coalition will share a presentation that includes topics of climate change, deforestation, air and water pollution, and resource shortages.  You’ll also learn what you can do to help.  

Tickets for the student/teacher basketball game are still on sale in Mrs. Bundza’s room L-01 or in Mrs. Rocco’s office, for $1.  They will not be sold after lunch or at the door.  You must go to 7th period and wait to be dismissed.  

How should you celebrate a crazy test week? By heading over to Atlantic Creamery on the corner of Dunlawton and US1 for a Spruce Creek Spirit Night.  Stop by Wednesday and enjoy the Hawk special or any of the fantastic treats at Atlantic Creamery. 

Get your yearbook now for $100 before they run out.  We only have 100 left so order yours today.  

Tuesday, April 24

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN SUMMER DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES.  PLEASE PICK UP THE BROCHURE, WHICH INCLUDES THE DATES AND OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION REGARDING OUR JULY SESSION OF DRIVERS ED, IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  REGISTRATION FOR DRIVERS ED WILL TAKE PLACE IN MAY. PLEASE REMEMBER, YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AND HAVE COMPLETED OR BE COMPLETING 9TH GRADE IN ORDER TO REGISTER FOR DRIVERS ED NEXT MONTH.

ATTENTION SENIORS.  THE 11TH ANNUAL JEREMY SAMUELS SCHOLARSHIP IS NOW AVAILABLE.  PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE DEPT. FOR MORE DETAILS.  THE SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE IS MONDAY, MAY 14TH.

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS, YOUR VOLUNTEER HOURS NEED TO BE TURNED IN BY THE FOLLOWING DATES:  SENIORS YOUR HOURS ARE DUE NO LATER THAN TUESDAY, MAY 1ST.  UNDERCLASSMEN YOUR HOURS ARE DUE BY FRIDAY, MAY 11TH.  IF YOU NEED BLANK FORMS TO DOCUMENT YOUR HOURS OR HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING COMPLETING YOUR HOURS OR  PAPERWORK, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE, AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. 

This Friday is the Day of Silence, a national event in which students take a vow of silence to bring attention to the silencing effect of anti-LGBT bullying and harassment in schools.  You can show your support by purchasing a wristband from April 23rd through the 27th for $1 from a GSA member, at the GSA’s table in the Atrium at lunch, or in room B-11.  Visit dayofsilence.org for more information.

Student Government is sponsoring an in-school student/teacher basketball game next Wednesday, April 25th.  Tickets will be sold for $1 in L-01, Mrs. Bundza’ s room.

How should you celebrate a crazy test week? By heading over to Atlantic Creamery on the corner of Dunlawton and US1 for a Spruce Creek Spirit Night.  Stop by Wednesday from 6pm to 9pm and enjoy the Hawk special or any of the fantastic treats at Atlantic Creamery. 

Get your yearbook now for $100 before they run out.  We only have 100 left so order yours today.  

 

Friday, April 20

Congratulations to the following students who close out the year as our Hawks of the Month. Our hawk of the month for April is Peter Chau, our Scholar is Savannah Barr, Citizen- Tyler Gayton and our Athlete for April- Tyler Colby. Our Hawk of the Month for May is Mattie Wagner, our scholar is Charles Joly. Citizen for May -Stephanie Mouag and our Athlete- Mallory Kelly. 

We would like to announce our department students for the month of April and May .  Beginning with April. For AITR- Mina Beshay  AVID- Madison Hughes,  Academy of finance- Sarah Olko,  CTE-Norma Lagger.  Math- Isabella Archer,  Foreign Language- Larissa Gehringer, Science- Julia Yu, Social Studies- Dale Traficante. JROTC -Jackson Marshall,  performing arts- Lisa Kealhofer and Shira Behore. Visual Arts- Alex Lorenz, Reading- Christina Saad ,  for Music- Breanna Edwards and for English- Julie Baumberger.

For May we have:  Aitr- Brianna Perdue, Avid- James Haywood, AOF Thomas Davidson, Math- Andrew Kocisko, English- Cecilia Rike, Foreign Language- Julia Van Cleef, Science- Seth Jolly, Performing Arts, Jack Gurtis and Rochelle Collier, Reading- Troy Snyder, Visual Arts- Kaleigh Hammond, JROTC- Nathaniel Harris and Music- Rohan Daley. Congratulations Hawks. We will celebrate our April and May Hawks Thursday, April 26th with lunch in the black hawk inn at 11:15am  and photos at 7am Tuesday in the main office.  

Congratulations to the newly elected Student Government!  Our first general meeting will be Tuesday, April 24th in L-01. Executive President, Helda Said. Executive Vice President, Jimmy Lucas. Executive Secretary, Michael Kaczor. Executive Treasurer, Colton Asnes. Senior Board: President, Madi Mulcahy. Vice President, Evan Zimonopoulus. Secretary, Lauren Latulippe. Treasurer, Sebastian Faure. Representatives, Taylor Ashby, Megan D’Arcy, Julia Fedorova, Graham Geis, Asa Guydo, Sami Hemaidan, Luanna Campos, Lauren Phillips, Omar Saleiman, Divya Sheth, Anthony Torres. Junior Board: President, Renee Sanders. Vice President, Cat Nguyen. Secretary, Alex Lorenz. Treasurer, Jordyn Buquicchio. Representatives: Ramsha Ahmed, Paige Cooksey, Bowan Conlan, Matthew Conlan, Emma Dominguez, Brian Kim, Jeffrey Lim, Gabriela, Lopes, Felicia Nappi, Samuel Roman, Aaryn Whitley, Ryan Weiner. Sophomore Board: President, Jasmine Austin. Vice President, Molly Wagner. Secretary, Vanessa Hurtado. Treasurer, Macy Robinson. Representatives: Lindsey Bagby, Sarah Berkowitz, Jake Bower, Elizabeth Conner, Jason Dinh, Coral Giist, Elizabeth Greenberg, Kate Hollins, Ryan Laney, Celah Teschner, Tammy Tong. 

 

Graduation tickets go on sale Monday April 23. They are $3 a piece and each student can purchase up to 10 tickets at this time. Parking passes will also be sold at that time and they are $5 each and each student can purchase as many as they need. The tickets can be purchased from Ms.

Nordstrom in the main office. They will be sold before and after school. If there are any questions, please contact Ms. Nordstrom. 

 

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN SUMMER DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES.  PLEASE PICK UP THE BROCHURE, WHICH INCLUDES THE DATES AND OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION REGARDING OUR JULY SESSION OF DRIVERS ED, IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  REGISTRATION FOR DRIVERS ED WILL TAKE PLACE IN MAY. PLEASE REMEMBER, YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AND HAVE COMPLETED OR BE COMPLETING 9TH GRADE  IN ORDER TO REGISTER FOR DRIVERS ED NEXT MONTH.

ATTENTION SENIORS.  THE 11TH ANNUAL JEREMY SAMUELS SCHOLARSHIP IS NOW AVAILABLE.  PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE DEPT. FOR MORE DETAILS.  THE SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE IS MONDAY, MAY 14TH.

The Papillon Dance Ensemble presents their Spring Concert on Friday, April 20th at 7 pm in the auditorium.  Tickets are 5 dollars at the door.  Come support your dance team in their final performance of the year!

Student Government is sponsoring an in school student/teacher basketball game next Wednesday, April 25th.  Tickets will be sold for $1 in L-01, Mrs. Bundza’ s room.

 

Thursday, April 19

Graduation tickets go on sale Monday April 23. They are $3 a piece and each student can purchase up to 10 tickets at this time. Parking passes will also be sold at that time and they are $5 each and each student can purchase as many as they need. The tickets can be purchased from Ms. Nordstrom in the main office. They will be sold before and after school. If there are any questions, please contact Ms. Nordstrom. 

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN SUMMER DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES.  PLEASE PICK UP THE BROCHURE, WHICH INCLUDES THE DATES AND OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION REGARDING OUR JULY SESSION OF DRIVERS ED, IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  REGISTRATION FOR DRIVERS ED WILL TAKE PLACE IN MAY. PLEASE REMEMBER, YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AND HAVE COMPLETED OR BE COMPLETING 9TH GRADE  IN ORDER TO REGISTER FOR DRIVERS ED NEXT MONTH.

Seniors:  Are you our Top Science Senior of the year?  If so, pick up an application from your science teacher or outside of D-3.  Application is due 4/19.

Our Children First Foundation Inc. needs volunteers for 2018 Child Abuse Awareness 5k walk-a-thon on April 29th.   You can help individually, with friends or as a club.  If  interested please contact Chrissy 386-444-0156 to get registered.

Are you looking for volunteer hours, scholarship opportunities, or ways to help your local environment?  The Volusia-Flagler Sierra Club is looking for student volunteers to help with several Earth Day events as well as summer internships.  If interested, please contact SaveSpruceCreek@ gmail.com for more info."  Make a note of the following information for the Sierra Club. Sunday, April 22 is Port Orange's Earth Day event at Riverwalk, and Sierra Club will be handing out free tree seedlings in conjunction with the city. For internships with the Sierra Club, we need help with our social media presence, primarily, and spreading "what we do at Sierra Club" messages to get people involved. For grants/scholarships, we will be offering up to $500 for high school student(s) who make a significant positive impact on the local environment.  Again, the email address is SaveSpruceCreek@ gmail.com.

The Papillon Dance Ensemble presents their Spring Concert on Friday, April 20th at 7 pm in the auditorium.  Tickets are 5 dollars at the door.  Come support your dance team in their final performance of the year!

 

Wednesday, April 18

The Creek Women’s Tennis Team finished 2nd at the District Tournament with a total of 9 points. Mallory Kelly was the number 1 singles finalist. Emily Alieva was the number 2 singles finalist. Mallory Kelly/Emily Alieva were the number 1 doubles finalists. Vanessa Haines/Emilee Sanders were the number 2 doubles finalists. Congratulations to these Lady Hawks on their hard work and dedication to the team. They will compete in the Regional Championships next Tuesday. Go Hawks!

The varsity lady hawks flag football team beat Mainland 25-7 last night again, having beat them 25-7 on Friday night too. They progressed to districts and travel to Apopka on Tuesday.. it was senior night last night and 9 players were honored. Congratulations girls.

Graduation tickets go on sale Monday April 23. They are $3 a piece and each senior may purchase up to 10 tickets at this time. Parking passes will also be sold beginning Monday. They are $5 each and each student can purchase as many as they need. The tickets can be purchased from Ms. Nordstrom in the main office. They will be sold before and after school. If there are any questions, please contact Ms. Nordstrom. 

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN SUMMER DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES.  PLEASE PICK UP THE BROCHURE, WHICH INCLUDES THE DATES AND OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION REGARDING OUR JULY SESSION OF DRIVERS ED, IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  REGISTRATION FOR DRIVERS ED WILL TAKE PLACE IN MAY. PLEASE REMEMBER, YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AND HAVE COMPLETED OR BE COMPLETING 9TH GRADE  IN ORDER TO REGISTER FOR DRIVERS ED NEXT MONTH.

Seniors:  Are you our Top Science Senior of the year?  If so, pick up an application from your science teacher or outside of D-3.  Application is due 4/19.

Our Children First Foundation Inc. needs volunteers for 2018 Child Abuse Awareness 5k walk-a-thon on April 29th.   You can help individually, with friends or as a club.  If  interested please contact Chrissy 386-444-0156 to get registered.

Are you looking for volunteer hours, scholarship opportunities, or ways to help your local environment?  The Volusia-Flagler Sierra Club is looking for student volunteers to help with several Earth Day events as well as summer internships.  If interested, please contact SaveSpruceCreek@ gmail.com for more info."  Make a note of the following information for the Sierra Club. Sunday, April 22 is Port Orange's Earth Day event at Riverwalk, and Sierra Club will be handing out free tree seedlings in conjunction with the city. For internships with the Sierra Club, we need help with our social media presence, primarily, and spreading "what we do at Sierra Club" messages to get people involved. For grants/scholarships, we will be offering up to $500 for high school student(s) who make a significant positive impact on the local environment.  Again, the email address is SaveSpruceCreek@ gmail.com.

The Papillon Dance Ensemble presents their Spring Concert on Friday, April 20th at 7 pm in the auditorium.  Tickets are 5 dollars at the door.  Come support your dance team in their final performance of the year!

 

 

Tuesday, April 17

SENIORS ONLY - If you do not have a class on campus during 2nd period, please pick up your midterm in the Data Office.

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN SUMMER DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES.  PLEASE PICK UP THE BROCHURE, WHICH INCLUDES THE DATES AND OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION REGARDING OUR JULY SESSION OF DRIVERS ED, IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  REGISTRATION FOR DRIVERS ED WILL TAKE PLACE IN MAY. PLEASE REMEMBER, YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AND HAVE COMPLETED OR BE COMPLETING 9TH GRADE IN ORDER TO REGISTER FOR DRIVERS ED NEXT MONTH.

Seniors:  Are you our Top Science Senior of the year?  If so, pick up an application from your science teacher or outside of D-3.  Application is due 4/19.

The Papillon Dance Ensemble presents their Spring Concert on Friday, April 20th at 7 pm in the auditorium.  Tickets are 5 dollars at the door.  Come support your dance team in their final performance of the year!

 

Monday, April 16

Lady hawks flag football team beat district rivals Apopka last week, defenses were on top with a safety as the only scoring in a 2-0 victory for the varsity girls. 

SENIORS ONLY - If you do not have a class on campus during 2nd period, please pick up your midterm in the Data Office.

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN SUMMER DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES.  PLEASE PICK UP THE BROCHURE, WHICH INCLUDES THE DATES AND OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION REGARDING OUR JULY SESSION OF DRIVERS ED, IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  REGISTRATION FOR DRIVERS ED WILL TAKE PLACE IN MAY. PLEASE REMEMBER, YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AND HAVE COMPLETED OR BE COMPLETING 9TH GRADE  IN ORDER TO REGISTER FOR DRIVERS ED NEXT MONTH.

 

Friday, April 13

Congratulations to the Boys track team on their 3rd place finish at the 4A District 2 Championships this week.  Moving on to regionals were District Champion Vann Meadows and Andrew Smith in discus, District Champion Thomas Smith and Connor Sheedy in Pole Vault, Kyle Thiel in High Jump, Jason McCoy in Triple Jump, District Champion Nathan Farrell in the 110 hurdles and 300 hurdles, Aaron Walton in the 100 and 200, and the 4x400 relay consisting of Nathan Farrell, Luke Kathman, Dean Miller, and Terrance McMillon.  

The Creek men’s tennis team beat Winter Springs yesterday 6-1 to finish their regular season 11 and 3. Andre Cronje and Luke Paschal started it off with a solid 8-1 win at number one doubles. Paschal, Daniel Cronje, Sebastian Buenner, and Kurt Gaita sealed the deal with big wins in singles.

The Creek women’s tennis team improved their record to 11-2 yesterday beating Winter Springs 6-1. Mallory Kelly, Emily Alieva, Emilee Sanders, and Veronika Nash dominated at the singles and doubles positions. We are proud of Victoria Adams for stepping in and fighting for her team at the #3 position as well. We have the District Tournament next week. Go Hawks!

IF YOU ARE TAKING THE ACT TEST HERE TOMORROW YOU MUST HAVE A PRINTED COPY OF YOUR ADMISSION TICKET AND A PHOTO ID FOR ADMISSION.  YOU WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO TAKE THE TEST WITHOUT THESE 2 ITEMS.  WE DONOT PROVIDE CALCULATORE SO PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE YOUR OWN.

SENIORS ONLY - If you do not have a class on campus during 2nd period, please pick up your midterm in the Data Office.

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN SUMMER DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES.  PLEASE PICK UP THE BROCHURE, WHICH INCLUDES THE DATES AND OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION REGARDING OUR JULY SESSION OF DRIVERS ED, IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  REGISTRATION FOR DRIVERS ED WILL TAKE PLACE IN MAY. PLEASE REMEMBER, YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AND HAVE COMPLETED OR BE COMPLETING 9TH GRADE  IN ORDER TO REGISTER FOR DRIVERS ED NEXT MONTH.

Seniors:  Are you our Top Science Senior of the year?  If so, pick up an application from your science teacher or outside of D-3.  Application is due 4/19.

Cheerleading tryout clinic will be held  April 24th thru the 26th from 3:30pm to 6pm. You can pick up a packet and forms for the required physical in the 9th grade office, activities office  and main office.  A mandatory parent/student meeting will be on Monday April 23rd at 6pm in the school café. All required paperwork will be due at this time. 

Today is the last day to buy and pick up prom tickets. Tickets will be on sale during lunch and after school in Culinary Room D12, across from guidance. No tickets will be sold at the door. Please make sure to have ID's with you to pick up tickets and enter prom on Saturday night.

The Papillon(pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble audition packets are now available in the Activities Office and the Dance Studio (K-40).  The deadline for submission is April 15th; auditions are Saturday, April 28th. Please see Miss Brooke for any additional information.

Yearbooks are quickly running out.  Make sure to get yours today in room L04.  The cost is $100. 

 

Thursday, April 12

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN SUMMER DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES.  PLEASE PICK UP THE BROCHURE, WHICH INCLUDES THE DATES AND OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION REGARDING OUR JULY SESSION OF DRIVERS ED, IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  REGISTRATION FOR DRIVERS ED WILL TAKE PLACE IN MAY. PLEASE REMEMBER, YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AND HAVE COMPLETED OR BE COMPLETING 9TH GRADE  IN ORDER TO REGISTER FOR DRIVERS ED NEXT MONTH.

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO RECENTLY TOOK THE ASVAB HERE AT CREEK.  THE RESULTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN TO RECEIVE YOUR ASVAB TEST RESULTS NOW.

Seniors:  Are you our Top Science Senior of the year?  If so, pick up an application from your science teacher or outside of D-3.  Application is due 4/19.

Cheerleading tryout clinic will be held  April 24th thru the 26th from 3:30pm to 6pm. You can pick up a packet and forms for the required physical in the 9th grade office, activities office  and main office.  A mandatory parent/student meeting will be on Monday April 23rd at 6pm in the school café. All required paperwork will be due at this time. 

Prom tickets will be sold until Friday, April 13, before school, during lunch, and after school for $ 50.00 each. Tickets can be purchased in the Culinary room, D12, across from guidance or online. Please bring your ID's with you to purchase tickets and to enter prom on Saturday evening. Please have prom guest forms approved by Ms. Connor in the Dean's office prior to Friday, April 13th. Thank you.

Friday there will be a student/teacher basketball game during 7th period.  Tickets will cost $1 and will only be sold during lunch on Thursday and Friday.

 

Wednesday, April 11

 

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO RECENTLY TOOK THE ASVAB HERE AT CREEK.  THE RESULTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN TO RECEIVE YOUR ASVAB TEST RESULTS NOW.

Cheerleading tryout clinic will be held April 24th thru the 26th from 3:30pm to 6pm. You can pick up a packet and forms for the required physical in the 9th grade office, activities office and main office.  A mandatory parent/student meeting will be on Monday April 23rd at 6pm in the school café. All required paperwork will be due at this time. 

Prom tickets will be sold until Friday, April 13, before school, during lunch, and after school for $ 50.00 each. Tickets can be purchased in the Culinary room, D12, across from guidance or online. Please bring your ID's with you to purchase tickets and to enter prom on Saturday evening. Please have prom guest forms approved by Ms. Connor in the Dean's office prior to Friday, April 13th. Thank you.

 

The Papillon(pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble audition packets are now available in the Activities Office and the Dance Studio (K-40).  The deadline for submission is April 15th; auditions are Saturday, April 28th. Please see Miss Brooke for any additional information.

 

The IB Dance students present: The Art of Expression; We Were Created to Dance; a benefit concert for ANPPCAN- the African Network for the Prevention and Protection Against Child Abuse.  Concert tickets are 3 dollars at the door or can be purchased during lunch.  The concert is today, April 11th at 6:00 pm in the school auditorium.

 

 

Tuesday, April 10

Congratulations to the boys’ varsity volleyball team for winning the St. Cloud tournament this past weekend!!! Great job guys!  

Congratulations to the Girls beach volleyball team for qualifying for state this past weekend.   The girls placed third to compete in the state championship this next weekend.  Good luck ladies!

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO RECENTLY TOOK THE ASVAB HERE AT CREEK.  THE RESULTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN TO RECEIVE YOUR ASVAB TEST RESULTS NOW.

As you know, the deadline for turning in service hours is quickly approaching.  Seniors,  your hours are due no later than May 1st. Underclassmen, your hours are due no later than May 15h.   With that being said, new volunteer opportunities have been added to the volunteer board outside of guidance.  If you have any questions regarding volunteer training, logging of your hours or places to volunteer, please see Mrs. Turngren the YPP coordinator, in the guidance office for assistance.

Cheerleading tryout clinic will be held April 24th thru the 26th from 3:30pm to 6pm. You can pick up a packet and forms for the required physical in the 9th grade office, activities office and main office.  A mandatory parent/student meeting will be on Monday April 23rd at 6pm in the school café. All required paperwork will be due at this time. 

Prom tickets will be sold until Friday, April 13, before school, during lunch, and after school for $ 50.00 each. Tickets can be purchased in the Culinary room, D12, across from guidance or online. Please bring your ID's with you to purchase tickets and to enter prom on Saturday evening. Please have prom guest forms approved by Ms. Connor in the Dean's office prior to Friday, April 13th. Thank you.

The IB Dance students present: The Art of Expression; We Were Created to Dance; a benefit concert for ANPPCAN- the African Network for the Prevention and Protection Against Child Abuse.  Concert tickets are 3 dollars at the door or can be purchased during lunch.  The concert is Wednesday, April 11th at 6:00 pm in the school auditorium.

PAC will host the volunteer and business partner social this Thursday at 5:30pm in the Media Center. All volunteers and Business partners are invited to drop by.

 

Friday, April 6

A big congratulations to the following juniors who were selected to be Emcees for the Senior Awards Program:  Casey McCormick, Brenna Miller, Makenzie Bodnurak, Autumn Rundall,  Jimmy Lucas, Cameron Sargent, Anthony Torres and  Rohan Daley. 

Our Flag Football team played FPC in a district game last night. JV won 13-12 and Varsity won 19-7. Way to go ladies!

Congrats to the girls track and field team for winning the 5 star championship Wednesday at THE CREEK.  It was the girls 17th championship in 18 years here are a few standouts  Camryn Cooney, Dasia Stevens, Jordan DiVerniero , Jasmyn Dorsey and Sam Gayton.

Congratulations to the Lady Hawks softball team for taking two wins against Deland yesterday. JV won their final game of the season with great pitching efforts from Kayla Tackett and Noelle Bartholomew. Maya Henebury hit yet another homerun this season. So proud of the JV and how far they have come as players and people!

Varsity took the quality district win as well!! Doubles came from Olivia Caiazzo, Mackenzie Childs, and  Jasmine Hall. Caitlin McGinley roped her second homerun of the season to give us the lead!!! Amazing pitching efforts from all 3 pitchers- Jasmine, Kassi, and Tiana!!! We are so proud of you ladies. Wish us luck as we travel Deltona this evening to grab another win!!!

IF YOU ARE REGISTERED TO TAKE THE ACT TEST ON APRIL 14, 2018, TONIGHT AT 11:59 PM IS THE DEADLINE FOR UPLOADING YOUR PHOTO OR REGISTERING FOR STAND BY TESTING.  PLEASE MAKE SURE WHEN YOU ARRIVE FOR TESTING ON NEXT SATURDAY MORNING YOU HAVE A PHOTO ID AND YOUR PRINTED ADMISSION TICKET.  YOU WILL NEED BOTH.

Students who are registered for the April 14 ACT and need a concordant score for the reading graduation requirement are invited to attend ACT Bootcamp in the Media Center. Mrs. Everidge will provide test taking tips and practice ACT passages this week on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO RECENTLY TOOK THE ASVAB HERE AT CREEK.  THE RESULTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN TO RECEIVE YOUR ASVAB TEST RESULTS NOW.

Are you looking for an awesome volunteer opportunity?  If you are 16 years or older, NASA Kennedy Space Center wants you!  Family Open House Day at Kennedy Space Center is taking place on Saturday, April 14, 2018—9am – 3 pm.  This event will kick of National Volunteer Week in the area and is a wonderful opportunity for students to earn community service hours for academic purposes. Beginning with this event, there will be periodic service events where KSC will offer opportunities to serve in support of those events to high schools students. Take a look at the fliers hanging around campus or see Mrs. Rocco for more information. 

As you know, the deadline for turning in service hours is quickly approaching.  Seniors,  your hours are due no later than May 1st. Underclassmen, your hours are due no later than May 15h.   With that being said, new volunteer opportunities have been added to the volunteer board outside of guidance.  If you have any questions regarding volunteer training, logging of your hours or places to volunteer, please see Mrs. Turngren the YPP coordinator, in the guidance office for assistance.

Attention all students, Cheerleading tryouts will be April 24th thru the 26th starting at 3:30pm. All students trying out must attend the parent/student meeting on April 23rd and turn in all required paperwork.  You must have a current physical on file with the Athletic Department in order to try out.  Tryout packets are available in the Main Office, Activities Office and the 9th grade office. 

The IB Dance students present: The Art of Expression; We Were Created to Dance; a benefit concert for ANPPCAN- the African Network for the Prevention and Protection Against Child Abuse.  Concert tickets are 3 dollars at the door or can be purchased during lunch.  The concert is Wednesday, April 11th at 6:00 pm in the school auditorium.

Prom tickets will be sold today in Room D12 (Culinary) before school, lunch and after school for $ 45.00 each. Tickets will increase to $ 50.00 next week. You may also purchase tickets online.

The yearbook is down to the last 100 books.  Get yours today before we sell out.  See Coach Mowrey in room L04 to get yours today! 

 

Thursday, April 5

Congratulations to Penny Farmer for being selected as the Class of 2018 speaker for the commencement ceremony.  It was a tough pool of competition this year with many great messages. Penny will be a wonderful representative for the senior class. 

Congrats to the girls track and field team for winning the 5 star championship last night here at THE CREEK.  It was the girls 17th championship in 18 years here are a few standouts Camryn Cooney, Dasia Stevens, Jordan DiVerniero , Jasmyn Dorsey and Sam Gayton.

ATTENTION SENIORS WHO HAVE SIGNED UP TO REGISTER WITH DSC ON THURSDAY, APRIL 5TH.  PLEASE REMEMBER YOUR ASSIGNED APPOINTMENT TIME, IF YOU HAVE FORGOTTEN IT, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN.  THE MEDIA CENTER. IF YOU HAVE NOT REGISTERED, THERE ARE STILL A FEW APPOINTMENTS LEFT, PLEASE STOP BY GUIDANCE TO SELECT A TIME.  ALSO, IF YOU ARE ABLE TO, PLEASE GO TO DSC’S WEBSITE AND COMPLETE YOUR REGISTRATION.  WHAT YOU CANNOT COMPLETE CAN BE DONE DURING YOUR DSC APPOINTMENT.

Students who are registered for the April 14 ACT and need a concordant score for the reading graduation requirement are invited to attend ACT Bootcamp in the Media Center. Mrs. Everidge will provide test taking tips and practice ACT passages this week on TuesdayWednesday, and Thursday

Attention dual enrollment students.  The course offerings have been posted on the DSC website for you to start picking your classes.  Creek counselors will be available in the media center on Thursday, April 5th, during 4th period and lunch to sign off on classes and answer any questions you have regarding dual enrollment.  This is for current DSC students or if you are brand new and have no idea where to start.  Come see us in the media center, April 5th to get all your DSC questions answered.  

 

As you know, the deadline for turning in service hours is quickly approaching.  Seniors,  your hours are due no later thank May 1st. Underclassmen, your hours are due no later than May 15h.   With that being said, new volunteer opportunities have been added to the volunteer board outside of guidance.  If you have any questions regarding volunteer training, logging of your hours or places to volunteer, please see Mrs. Turngren the YPP coordinator, in the guidance office for assistance.

 

The Papillon(pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble audition packets are now available in the Activities Office and the Dance Studio (K-40).  The deadline for submission is April 15th; auditions are Saturday, April 28th. Please see Miss Brooke for any additional information.

 

The IB Dance students present: The Art of Expression; We Were Created to Dance; a benefit concert for ANPPCAN- the African Network for the Prevention and Protection Against Child Abuse.  Concert tickets are 3 dollars at the door or can be purchased during lunch.  The concert is Wednesday, April 11th at 6:00 pm in the school auditorium.

 

Attention all students, Cheerleading tryouts will be April 24th thru the 26th starting at 3:30pm. All students trying out must attend the parent/student meeting on April 23rd and turn in all required paperwork.  You must have a current physical on file with the Athletic Department in order to try out.  Tryout packets are available in the Main Office, Activities Office and the 9th grade office. 

The yearbook is down to the last 100 books.  Get yours today before we sell out.  See Coach Mowrey in room L04 to get yours today! 

 

 

Wednesday, April 4

Congratulations to our newly crowned Mr. and Miss Spruce Creek for the Class of 2019--Mr. Spruce Creek - Nicolas Passamonte; Miss Spruce Creek - Alyssa Christen. Thank you to everyone that was involved from the Class of 2019, you were all amazing.

Congratulations to the Women’s beach volleyball team for their win against Warner Christian yesterday.  Good luck as they compete in regionals Saturday.

Congrats to our lady Hawks softball team as they beat Lyman 6 to 2 last night in a big District Showdown. Maddy Child's had a home run to get the 1st run on the board.  The lady hawks are now 11-8 on the season. Don't forget to come out to the fields tomorrow night as our softball team takes on DeLand at 4:30 and 6:30 while our baseball team is playing Seabreeze. Should be a packed house so be sure to get there early. see you at the fields

ATTENTION SENIORS WHO HAVE SIGNED UP TO REGISTER WITH DSC ON THURSDAY, APRIL 5TH.  PLEASE REMEMBER YOUR ASSIGNED APPOINTMENT TIME, IF YOU HAVE FORGOTTEN IT, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN.  THE MEDIA CENTER. IF YOU HAVE NOT REGISTERED, THERE ARE STILL A FEW APPOINTMENTS LEFT, PLEASE STOP BY GUIDANCE TO SELECT A TIME.  ALSO, IF YOU ARE ABLE TO, PLEASE GO TO DSC’S WEBSITE AND COMPLETE YOUR REGISTRATION.  WHAT YOU CANNOT COMPLETE CAN BE DONE DURING YOUR DSC APPOINTMENT.

All ASVAB Test Takers, Your Scores from the 22 March ASVAB are in and ready for pick-up and review. Test score sheet return and review is scheduled for this Wednesday morning, 4 April at 0730 in the Media Center here at Spruce Creek High School. Staff Sergeant Rebecca Baxter will be on hand to give a thorough review for each ASVAB score and what the score means to each ASVAB participant.

Students who are registered for the April 14 ACT and need a concordant score for the reading graduation requirement are invited to attend ACT Bootcamp in the Media Center. Mrs. Everidge will provide test taking tips and practice ACT passages this week on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday

Attention dual enrollment students.  The course offerings have been posted on the DSC website for you to start picking your classes.  Creek counselors will be available in the media center on Thursday, April 5th, during 4th period and lunch to sign off on classes and answer any questions you have regarding dual enrollment.  This is for current DSC students or if you are brand new and have no idea where to start.  Come see us in the media center, April 5th to get all your DSC questions answered.  

Are you looking for an awesome volunteer opportunity?  If you are 16 years or older, NASA Kennedy Space Center wants you!  Family Open House Day at Kennedy Space Center is taking place on Saturday, April 14, 2018—9am – 3 pm.  This event will kick of National Volunteer Week in the area and is a wonderful opportunity for students to earn community service hours for academic purposes. Beginning with this event, there will be periodic service events where KSC will offer opportunities to serve in support of those events to high schools students. Take a look at the fliers hanging around campus or see Mrs. Rocco for more information. 

As you know, the deadline for turning in service hours is quickly approaching.  Seniors,  your hours are due no later than May 1st. Underclassmen, your hours are due no later than May 15h.   With that being said, new volunteer opportunities have been added to the volunteer board outside of guidance.  If you have any questions regarding volunteer training, logging of your hours or places to volunteer, please see Mrs. Turngren the YPP coordinator, in the guidance office for assistance.

 

Attention all students, Cheerleading tryouts will be April 24th thru the 26th starting at 3:30pm. All students trying out must attend the parent/student meeting on April 23rd and turn in all required paperwork.  You must have a current physical on file with the Athletic Department in order to try out.  Tryout packets are available in the Main Office, Activities Office and the 9th grade office. 

The IB Dance students present: The Art of Expression; We Were Created to Dance; a benefit concert for ANPPCAN- the African Network for the Prevention and Protection Against Child Abuse.  Concert tickets are 3 dollars at the door or can be purchased during lunch.  The concert is Wednesday, April 11th at 6:00 pm in the school auditorium.

 

The yearbook is down to the last 100 books.  Get yours today before we sell out.  See Coach Mowrey in room L04 to get yours today! 

 

Tuesday, April 3

Congratulations to our robotics team - Team 2152 SMASH for winning the Engineering Inspiration Award for the 2nd straight year at the South Florida Regional! The award qualifies the team for the World Championships in April with NASA paying our $5000.00 registration fee!  Way to go students, mentors and coaches!

 

Congrats to Men’s Varsity Volleyball sweeping Hagerty 25-15, 25-15 and 26-24. Huge game for Trent Provenzano. Come out tonight and pack the gym when we take on Oviedo

Any senior that signed up to audition for senior speaker should meet in L1 today right after school. Make sure to have 5 copies of your speech with you.

Juniors, you have one more day to sign up to tryout to be an emcee at the senior awards program. Stop by activities office today!

 

Don’t forget, Cap and gown distribution will be today and tomorrow in the main atrium.

ATTENTION SENIORS WHO HAVE SIGNED UP TO REGISTER WITH DSC ON THURSDAY, APRIL 5TH.  PLEASE REMEMBER YOUR ASSIGNED APPOINTMENT TIME, IF YOU HAVE FORGOTTEN IT, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN.  THE LOCATION TO REGISTER HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE GUIDANCE CONFERENCE ROOM IN THE MAIN OFFICE. IF YOU HAVE NOT REGISTERED, THERE ARE STILL A FEW APPOINTMENTS LEFT, PLEASE STOP BY GUIDANCE TO SELECT A TIME.  ALSO, IF YOU ARE ABLE TO, PLEASE GO TO DSC’S WEBSITE AND COMPLETE YOUR REGISTRATION.  WHAT YOU CANNOT COMPLETE CAN BE DONE DURING YOUR DSC APPOINTMENT.

All ASVAB Test Takers, Your Scores from the 22 March ASVAB are in and ready for pick-up and review. Test score sheet return and review is scheduled for this Wednesday morning, 4 April at 0730 in the Media Center here at Spruce Creek High School. Staff Sergeant Rebecca Baxter will be on hand to give a thorough review for each ASVAB score and what the score means to each ASVAB participant.

Students who are registered for the April 14 ACT and need a concordant score for the reading graduation requirement are invited to attend ACT Bootcamp in the Media Center. Mrs. Everidge will provide test taking tips and practice ACT passages this week on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday

Attention dual enrollment students.  The course offerings have been posted on the DSC website for you to start picking your classes.  Creek counselors will be available in the media center on

Thursday, April 5th, during 4th period and lunch to sign off on classes and answer any questions you have regarding dual enrollment.  This is for current DSC students or if you are brand new and have no idea where to start.  Come see us in the media center, April 5th to get all your DSC questions answered.  

 

Are you looking for an awesome volunteer opportunity?  If you are 16 years or older, NASA Kennedy Space Center wants you!  Family Open House Day at Kennedy Space Center is taking place on Saturday, April 14, 2018—9am – 3 pm.  This event will kick of National Volunteer Week in the area and is a wonderful opportunity for students to earn community service hours for academic purposes. Beginning with this event, there will be periodic service events where KSC will offer opportunities to serve in support of those events to high schools students. Take a look at the fliers hanging around campus or see Mrs. Rocco for more information. 

Prom Tickets will be on sale this week for $45.00 each in Culinary, Room D12, across from guidance before school, during lunch, or online.

 

Voting for prom king and queen will continue through this week. QR codes will be posted throughout the halls and outside of classrooms.

 

The Papillon(pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble audition packets are now available in the Activities Office and the Dance Studio (K-40).  The deadline for submission is April 15th; auditions are Saturday, April 28th. Please see Miss Brooke for any additional information.

 

Attention all students, Cheerleading tryouts will be April 24th thru the 26th starting at 3:30pm. All students trying out must attend the parent/student meeting on April 23rd and turn in all required paperwork.  You must have a current physical on file with the Athletic Department in order to try out.  Tryout packets are available in the Main Office, Activities Office and the 9th grade office. 

The yearbook is down to the last 100 books.  Get yours today before we sell out.  See Coach Mowrey in room L04 to get yours today! 

 

Monday, April 2

Hey class of 2018, Cap and gown distribution is tomorrow and Wednesday during lunch in the main atrium. Pay your graduation expenses today so that you can get your packet tomorrow.

Students who are registered for the April 14 ACT and need a concordant score for the reading graduation requirement are invited to attend ACT Bootcamp in the Media Center. Mrs. Everidge will provide test taking tips and practice ACT passages this week on TuesdayWednesday, and Thursday

ATTENTION SENIORS WHO HAVE SIGNED UP TO REGISTER WITH DSC ON THURSDAY, APRIL 5TH.  PLEASE REMEMBER YOUR ASSIGNED APPOINTMENT TIME, IF YOU HAVE FORGOTTEN IT, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN.  THE LOCATION TO REGISTER HAS BEEN MOVED TO THE GUIDANCE CONFERENCE ROOM IN THE MAIN OFFICE. IF YOU HAVE NOT REGISTERED, THERE ARE STILL A FEW APPOINTMENTS LEFT, PLEASE STOP BY GUIDANCE TO SELECT A TIME.  ALSO, IF YOU ARE ABLE TO, PLEASE GO TO DSC’S WEBSITE AND COMPLETE YOUR REGISTRATION.  WHAT YOU CANNOT COMPLETE CAN BE DONE DURING YOUR DSC APPOINTMENT.

Attention dual enrollment students.  The course offerings have been posted on the DSC website for you to start picking your classes.  Creek counselors will be available in the media center on Thursday, April 5th, during 4th period and lunch to sign off on classes and answer any questions you have regarding dual enrollment.  This is for current DSC students or if you are brand new and have no idea where to start.  Come see us in the media center, April 5th to get all your DSC questions answered.  

Are you looking for an awesome volunteer opportunity?  If you are 16 years or older, NASA Kennedy Space Center wants you!  Family Open House Day at Kennedy Space Center is taking place on Saturday, April 14, 2018—9am – 3 pm.  This event will kick of National Volunteer Week in the area and is a wonderful opportunity for students to earn community service hours for academic purposes. Beginning with this event, there will be periodic service events where KSC will offer opportunities to serve in support of those events to high schools students. Take a look at the fliers hanging around campus or see Mrs. Rocco for more information. 

Prom Tickets will be on sale this week for $45.00 each in Culinary, Room D12, across from guidance before school, during lunch, or online.

 

Voting for prom king and queen will continue through this week. QR codes will be posted throughout the halls and outside of classrooms.

 

 

 

 

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