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Thursday, January 18

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE SPRING SESSION.  THE CLASSES AT SPRUCE CREEK ARE COMPLETELY FULL.  IF YOU ARE STILL INTERESTED, PLEASE SELECT ANOTHER HIGH SCHOOL IN THE AREA ASAP AS SPOTS ARE FILLING UP QUICKLY IN THE ENTIRE COUNTY.  YOU WILL STILL NEED YOUR COMPLETED APPLICATION AND A COPY OF YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT IN ORDER TO TRY TO REGISTER AT ANOTHER AREA SCHOOL.  

Seniors,  if you attended  Sweetwater Elementary School you have an opportunity to win a scholarship. Stop by the guidance office to pick up an application from your counselor, but you better hurry, the deadline isJanuary 31st

There will be a meeting for all female athletes interested in sand volleyball in the gym on Wednesday, Jan. 18th.  Please meet with Coach Swayze then

All tennis players trying out for this year’s Creek tennis teams must have their paperwork turned in to one of the Coach Palmers this week. Those trying out should report to the school courts next Monday, January 22nd immediately after school.

Fourteen of our Hawk Ironwomen have qualified for the regional meet in our gym Saturday at 11:00 am.  Please come out and support the Lady Hawks as they try to advance to state.  We have five seniors who will be lifting in their last meet at home; Kathleen Clifton, Kendall Cowan, Summer Daraio-Rivera, Rachel Gregory, and Kya Williams.  The cost is $7 to get in.  Come out and cheer them on.  See you Saturday!   

 

Wednesday, January 17

Congratulations to our department students for the month of December. AITR Justin Midkiff, AVID, Richiana Franklin, Academy of Finance- Trinity Murphy, CTE- Bryson Papineau, Math- Thomas Burns, English- Jake Simmons Foreign Language- Jude Flynn,  Science- Randy Truong and Elysse Goodell, for Reading- Cathy Tuballa, Performing Arts- Autmn Rundall, Josie Kraher and Alyssa Christen. Visual Arts- Carolyn Muldowney, Rahaf Zaza and Jake Simmons. And for JROTC- Ryan Kamine.

Congratulations to all hawks for the month of December and January. Remember that the Hawk luncheon is next Tuesday, January 23rd.   make sure to also go to the front office for your photo to be taken at 7amon Tuesday, January 23rd as well. 

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE SPRING SESSION.  THE CLASSES AT SPRUCE CREEK ARE COMPLETELY FULL.  IF YOU ARE STILL INTERESTED, PLEASE SELECT ANOTHER HIGH SCHOOL IN THE AREA ASAP AS SPOTS ARE FILLING UP QUICKLY IN THE ENTIRE COUNTY.  YOU WILL STILL NEED YOUR COMPLETED APPLICATION AND A COPY OF YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT IN ORDER TO TRY TO REGISTER AT ANOTHER AREA SCHOOL.  

Seniors,  if you attended  Sweetwater Elementary School you have an opportunity to win a scholarship. Stop by the guidance office to pick up an application from your counselor, but you better hurry, the deadline isJanuary 31st

There will be a meeting for all female athletes interested in sand volleyball in the gym on Wednesday, Jan. 18th.  Please meet with Coach Swayze then

All tennis players trying out for this year’s Creek tennis teams must have their paperwork turned in to one of the Coach Palmers this week. Those trying out should report to the school courts next Monday, January 22nd immediately after school.

 

Tuesday, January 16

Fourteen of our Hawk Ironwomen have qualified for the regional meet in our gym Saturday at 11:00 am.  Please come out and support the Lady Hawks as they try to advance to state.  We have five seniors who will be lifting in their last meet at home; Kathleen Clifton, Kendall Cowan, Summer Daraio-Rivera, Rachel Gregory, and Kya Williams.  The cost is $7 to get in.  Come out and cheer them on.  See you Saturday!  

Congratulations to the Orange and Black Spruce Creek Hawks Special Olympics Team Skills Basketball teams!  They competed at DME over the weekend and did incredible!  We are so proud of you!  Go Hawks!

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE SPRING SESSION.  THE CLASSES AT SPRUCE CREEK ARE COMPLETELY FULL.  IF YOU ARE STILL INTERESTED, PLEASE SELECT ANOTHER HIGH SCHOOL IN THE AREA ASAP AS SPOTS ARE FILLING UP QUICKLY IN THE ENTIRE COUNTY.  YOU WILL STILL NEED YOUR COMPLETED APPLICATION AND A COPY OF YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT IN ORDER TO TRY TO REGISTER AT ANOTHER AREA SCHOOL.  

Seniors,  if you attended  Sweetwater Elementary School you have an opportunity to win a scholarship. Stop by the guidance office to pick up an application from your counselor, but you better hurry, the deadline isJanuary 31st

IT'S GAME TIME!  PLEASE COME OUT TONIGHT AND SUPPORT THE JV & VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAMS AS THEY TAKE ON CROSS COUNTY DISRICT RIVALS THE DELAND BULL DOGS.  GAME TIMES ARE 5:30 AND 7:00 PM.

Calling all Poetry Out Loud contestants! The deadline to sign up for the Poetry Out Loud contest is fast approaching. Please bring a print out of your two poetry selections to Mrs. Farrell’s room, C-01, and fill out a form to sign up for this year's contest. The deadline is Wednesday, January 24th.

There will be a Science Olympiad meeting, at lunch, in D-01.

Today is the first blood drive of 2018.  If you have not signed up and would like to donate they will take walk ins as long as you are 17 and older.  Stop by the N building for more information.

And now for the weather: Expect wall-to-wall sunshine this whole week, but don’t let those sunny skies deceive you.  Today will be the warmest day this week at 67

degrees.  Our next cold front arrives tomorrow which will dip us into the lower 40s in the morning . . .with near-freezing temperatures Thursday morning.

 

Friday, January 12

As we head into this holiday weekend, we remember Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream of our nation being one where all people “will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”

Attention Seniors: The News Journal Medallion of Excellence applications are available on the Spruce Creek High website on the front page. The electronic application is due by Monday, January 15th   to the News Journal. If you have any questions please see your school counselor.

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE SPRING SESSION.  THE CLASSES AT SPRUCE CREEK ARE COMPLETELY FULL.  IF YOU ARE STILL INTERESTED, PLEASE SELECT ANOTHER HIGH SCHOOL IN THE AREA ASAP AS SPOTS ARE FILLING UP QUICKLY IN THE ENTIRE COUNTY.  YOU WILL STILL NEED YOUR COMPLETED APPLICATION AND A COPY OF YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT IN ORDER TO TRY TO REGISTER AT ANOTHER AREA SCHOOL.  

HAPPY NEW YEAR.  THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE HAS A FEW 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR AGENDAS LEFT. THESE ARE FREE TO ANYONE LOOKING TO GET ORGANIZED IN 2018.

Seniors, if you attended Sweetwater Elementary School you have an opportunity to win a scholarship. Stop by the guidance office to pick up an application from your counselor, but you better hurry, the deadline isJanuary 31st

Attention anyone interested in being part of track and field.  Conditioning will resume TuesdayWednesday and Thursday starting at 3:00.  

All track and field athletes, even if you are in another sport right now, need to stop by Coach Mowrey’s Room L04 to pick up ordering information for the team store.  All orders need to be place by January 25th in order to receive them in time for the first meet.  

There will be a Girls Flag football meeting today during lunch in the weight room.  If you are interested in playing for the 2018 season, you must attend. 

 

Next Tuesday the Big Red Bus will be here!  If you are 16 or older you can help save lives by giving blood.  For every donation you could save three lives.  Sign-ups will take place during lunch today, tomorrow andFriday or anytime in Mrs. Bundza’ s room, L-01.

 

Mu Alpha Theta will be offering the American Mathematics Competition test to all interested students on Thursday Feb 15th.  This test is a 25-question, 75-minute, multiple choice exam in math designed to promote the development of problem-solving skills through competition.  The cost is $10.  You must register online through the school’s webstore by Friday Jan 12.  Be sure to select the appropriate grade level.  Any questions, see Mrs. Deamer in G-3.

Calling all Poetry Out Loud contestants! The deadline to sign up for the Poetry Out Loud contest is fast approaching. Please bring a print out of your two poetry selections to Mrs. Farrell’s room, C-01, and fill out a form to sign up for this year's contest. The deadline is Wednesday, January 24th.

Anyone wanting their name stamped on their yearbook, the deadline is Friday, January 12th.  The cost is $10.00

 

Yearbook prices are going up to $100.  And we have approximately 200 books left to sell.  Be sure to get yours today.  Once we are out, there won’t be any more ordered.  Get yours before they run out.  

Custom Promotions has Spruce Creek Spirit shirts available for $5.00 each.  Stop by room L-04 to get yours today.

 

Thursday, January 11

Creek Chorus Members, Autumn Rundall, Emma Murray and Crystal Fuller will be performing in Tampa with the Florida All-State Concert Chorus, Thursday through Saturday of this week. Their selection to be a member of this performance chorus was preceded by a rigorous audition process. Only the best from Florida's high school choirs are invited to perform. Congratulations.

Congratulations to the following Hawk Ironwomen weightlifters who qualified for the regional championship on January 20th, at Spruce Creek.  The following lifters placed in the top six in their respective weight class at the district meet yesterday to qualify--Sofia Cianfarra, Summer Daraio-Rivera, Courtney Kennedy, Lanie Manchester, Rachel Gregory, Emma Dominguez, Kya Williams, Anna Yacoub, Kathleen Clifton, Ailaejah Hypolite, Kendall Cowan, Aaliyah Battle, Anna Frangoulis, and Maya Henebury.  A special congratulation to the following lifters who won individual district championships in their respective weight classes; Summer Daraio-Rivera, Rachel Gregory, and Kya Williams.  Great job ladies and good luck at regionals.  

 

Attention Seniors: The News Journal Medallion of Excellence applications are available on the Spruce Creek High website on the front page. The electronic application is due by Monday, January 15th   to the News Journal. If you have any questions, please see your school counselor.

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS ED CLASSES FOR THE SPRING.  APPLICATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON JANUARY 10TH AND REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN ON JANUARY 11TH.  YOU MUST BE IN 10TH GRADE OR ABOVE AND ALREADY HAVE A DRIVERS PERMIT ON THE DAY OF REGISTRATION.  INFORMATION BROCHURES ARE STILL AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  IF YOU HAVE ANY OTHER QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE DEPT.

ATTENTION STUDENTS A REPRESENTATIVE OF SCAD, SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN WILL BE ON CAMPUS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11TH DURING STUDENT LUNCH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. PLEASE STOP BY THEIR TABLE IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR COLLEGE.

HAPPY NEW YEAR.  THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE HAS A FEW 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR AGENDAS LEFT. THESE ARE FREE TO ANYONE LOOKING TO GET ORGANIZED IN 2018.

Attention anyone interested in being part of track and field.  Conditioning will resume TuesdayWednesday and Thursday starting at 3:00.  

All track and field athletes, even if you are in another sport right now, need to stop by Coach Mowrey’s Room L04 to pick up ordering information for the team store.  All orders need to be place by January 25th in order to receive them in time for the first meet.  

There will be a Girls Flag football meeting Friday during lunch in the weight room.  If you are interested in playing for the 2018 season, you must attend. 

Next Tuesday the Big Red Bus will be here!  If you are 16 or older you can help save lives by giving blood.  For every donation you could save three lives.  Sign-ups will take place during lunch today, tomorrow andFriday or anytime in Mrs. Bundza’ s room, L-01.

Mu Alpha Theta will be offering the American Mathematics Competition test to all interested students on Thursday Feb 15th.  This test is a 25-question, 75-minute, multiple choice exam in math designed to promote the development of problem-solving skills through competition.  The cost is $10.  You must register online through the school’s webstore by Friday Jan 12.  Be sure to select the appropriate grade level.  Any questions, see Mrs. Deamer in G-3.

Anyone wanting their name stamped on their yearbook, the deadline is FridayJanuary 12th.  The cost is  $10.00

Yearbook prices are going up to $100.  And we have approximately 200 books left to sell.  Be sure to get yours today.  Once we are out, there won’t be any more ordered.  Get yours before they run out.  

Custom Promotions has Spruce Creek Spirit shirts available for $5.00 each.  Stop by room L-04 to get yours today.

 

Wednesday, January 10

SENIORS- DEADLINE APPROACHING: The News Journal Medallion of Excellence applications are available on the Spruce Creek High website on the front page. The electronic application is due by Monday, January 15th   to the News Journal. If you have questions, please see your school counselor.

STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS ED CLASSES FOR THE SPRING.  APPLICATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON JANUARY 10TH AND REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN ON JANUARY 11TH.  YOU MUST BE IN 10TH GRADE OR ABOVE AND ALREADY HAVE A DRIVERS PERMIT ON THE DAY OF REGISTRATION.  INFORMATION BROCHURES ARE STILL AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  IF YOU HAVE ANY OTHER QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE DEPT.

 A FORMER STUDENT FROM SPRUCE CREEK AND NOW AN AMBASSADOR FOR COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, WILL BE ON CAMPUS TODAY DURING STUDENT LUNCH.  IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BECOMING A POTENTIAL STUDENT AT THIS UNIVERSITY, PLEASE PLAN ON ATTENDING THIS INFORMATIONAL MEETING.

 A REPRESENTATIVE OF SCAD, SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN WILL BE ON CAMPUS , THURSDAY, JANUARY 11TH DURING STUDENT LUNCH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. PLEASE STOP BY THEIR TABLE IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR COLLEGE.

HAPPY NEW YEAR.  THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE HAS A FEW 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR AGENDAS LEFT. THESE ARE FREE TO ANYONE LOOKING TO GET ORGANIZED IN 2018.

Attention anyone interested in being part of track and field.  Conditioning will resume TuesdayWednesday and Thursday starting at 3:00.   All track and field athletes, even if you are in another sport right now, need to stop by Coach Mowrey’s Room L04 to pick up ordering information for the team store.  All orders need to be place by January 25th in order to receive them in time for the first meet.  

 

Softball tryouts are Monday, January 22nd immediately after school from 3-5:30.  All participants must have a current, FHSAA physical turned in at or before tryouts.  Softball conditioning continues on Tuesday'sand Thursdays immediately after school and will continue until tryouts begin. If you have any questions, please see Coach Mac.

Come join us in the gym during lunch for the 30 day fitness challenge during lunch 15 minutes yes all you have to give.  We invite students and teachers.   Prizes will be awarded to each person who completes the challenge. The challenge will begin today.  See Coach Swayze today during lunch in the gym if interested.  

There will be a Girls Flag football meeting Friday during lunch in the weight room.  If you are interested in playing for the 2018 season, you must attend. 

Next Tuesday the Big Red Bus will be here!  If you are 16 or older you can help save lives by giving blood.  For every donation you could save three lives.  Sign-ups will take place during lunch today, tomorrow andFriday or anytime in Mrs. Bundza’ s room, L-01.

Mu Alpha Theta will be offering the American Mathematics Competition test to all interested students on Thursday Feb 15th.  This test is a 25-question, 75-minute, multiple choice exam in math designed to promote the development of problem-solving skills through competition.  The cost is $10.  You must register online through the school’s webstore by Friday Jan 12.  Be sure to select the appropriate grade level.  Any questions, see Mrs. Deamer in G-3.

Anyone wanting their name stamped on their yearbook, the deadline is Friday, January 12th.  The cost is $10.00

Yearbook prices are going up to $100.  And we have approximately 200 books left to sell.  Be sure to get yours today.  Once we are out, there won’t be any more ordered.  Get yours before they run out.  

Custom Promotions has Spruce Creek Spirit shirts available for $5.00 each.  Stop by room L-04 to get yours today.

 

Tuesday, January 9

The Spruce Creek Varsity Cheerleaders took first place at the Husky Challenge at Hagerty High School on Saturday 

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS ED CLASSES FOR THE SPRING.  APPLICATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON JANUARY 10TH AND REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN ON JANUARY 11TH.  YOU MUST BE IN 10TH GRADE OR ABOVE AND ALREADY HAVE A DRIVERS PERMIT ON THE DAY OF REGISTRATION.  INFORMATION BROCHURES ARE STILL AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  IF YOU HAVE ANY OTHER QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE DEPT.

ATTENTION STUDENTS, A FORMER STUDENT FROM SPRUCE CREEK AND NOW AN AMBASSADOR FOR COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, WILL BE ON CAMPUS JANUARY 1OTH DURING STUDENT LUNCH.  IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BECOMING A POTENTIAL STUDENT AT THIS UNIVERSITY, PLEASE PLAN ON ATTENDING THIS INFORMATIONAL MEETING.

ATTENTION STUDENTS A REPRESENTATIVE OF SCAD, SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN WILL BE ON CAMPUS , THURSDAY, JANUARY 11TH DURING STUDENT LUNCH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. PLEASE STOP BY THEIR TABLE IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR COLLEGE.

HAPPY NEW YEAR.  THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE HAS A FEW 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR AGENDAS LEFT. THESE ARE FREE TO ANYONE LOOKING TO GET ORGANIZED IN 2018.

Attention anyone interested in being part of track and field.  Conditioning will resume TuesdayWednesday and Thursday starting at 3:00.  

 

All track and field athletes, even if you are in another sport right now, need to stop by Coach Mowrey’s Room L04 to pick up ordering information for the team store.  All orders need to be place by January 25th in order to receive them in time for the first meet.  

 

Softball tryouts are Monday, January 22nd immediately after school from 3-5:30.  All participants must have a current, FHSAA physical turned in at or before tryouts.  Softball

conditioning continues on Tuesday's and Thursdays immediately after school and will continue until tryouts begin. If you have any questions please see Coach Mac.

Come join us in the gym during lunch for the 30 day fitness challenge during lunch  15 minutes yes all you have to give.  We invite students and teachers.   Prizes will be awarded to each person who completes the challenge. The challenge will begin tomorrow.  See Coach Swayze tomorrow  during lunch in the gym if interested.  

Next Tuesday the Big Red Bus will be here!  If you are 16 or older you can help save lives by giving blood.  For every donation you could save three lives.  Sign-ups will take place during lunch today, tomorrow and Friday or anytime in Mrs. Bundza’ s room, L-01.

For students who are 18 years old- Would you like to volunteer to judge the regional Odyssey of the Mind competition on February 24, 2018 in Orlando?  You will be required to attend a training on February 23rd. If you are interested, please contact Christa Chapple at 506-0014 ext. 53709 or see Mrs. Meadows in Guidance.

Mu Alpha Theta will be offering the American Mathematics Competition test to all interested students on Thursday Feb 15th.  This test is a 25-question, 75-minute, multiple choice exam in math designed to promote the development of problem-solving skills through competition.  The cost is $10.  You must register online through the school’s webstore by Friday Jan 12.  Be sure to select the appropriate grade level.  Any questions, see Mrs. Deamer in G-3.

There will be a Science Olympiad meeting, at lunch, in D-01.

Spruce Creek Sports Medicine is having a fundraiser at Chipotle, Wednesday the 10th from 4-8 pm. Half of all proceeds will come back to the program and all you must do is mention that you are supporting Sports med at checkout. 

Anyone wanting their name stamped on their yearbook, the deadline is Friday, January 12th.  The cost is  $10.00

Yearbook prices are going up to $100.  And we have approximately 200 books left to sell.  Be sure to get yours today.  Once we are out, there won’t be any more ordered.  Get yours before they run out.  

Custom Promotions has Spruce Creek Spirit shirts available for $5.00 each.  Stop by room L-04 to get yours today.

 

Monday, January 8

HAPPY NEW YEAR.  THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE HAS A FEW 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR AGENDAS LEFT. THESE ARE FREE TO ANYONE LOOKING TO GET ORGANIZED IN 2018.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE VARSITY BOYS SOCCER TEAM FOR WINNING THE MIKE STONE INVITATIONAL OVER THE HOLIDAY BREAK. THE HAWKS WON 4 MATCHES IN THE TOURNEY AND CAPPED IT OFF BY DEFEATING BISHOP MOORE 2-1 IN THE CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH. ALL PLAYERS CONTRIBUTED TO THE FOUR WINS AND THE HAWKS IMPROVED THEIR OVERALL RECORD TO 16-0. JACK MCDEVITT, BRANTON SAUNDERS AND SAM ABRAHAM WERE NAMED TO THE ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM. SAUNDERS WAS NAMED TOP DEFENDER IN THE TOURNEY WHILE ABRHAHAM WAS AWARDED THE OVERALL MVP. COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE HAWKS TODAY AS THEY TAKE ON THE SEMINOLE ON THE ROAD AT 5PM.

The Spruce Creek Varsity Cheerleaders took first place at the Husky Challenge at Hagerty High School on Saturday 

STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS ED CLASSES FOR THE SPRING.  APPLICATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON JANUARY 10TH AND REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN ON JANUARY 11TH.  YOU MUST BE IN 10TH GRADE OR ABOVE AND ALREADY HAVE A DRIVERS PERMIT ON THE DAY OF REGISTRATION.  INFORMATION BROCHURES ARE STILL AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  IF YOU HAVE ANY OTHER QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN THE GUIDANCE DEPT.

A FORMER STUDENT FROM SPRUCE CREEK AND NOW AN AMBASSADOR FOR COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, WILL BE ON CAMPUS JANUARY 1OTH DURING STUDENT LUNCH.  IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BECOMING A POTENTIAL STUDENT AT THIS UNIVERSITY, PLEASE PLAN ON ATTENDING THIS INFORMATIONAL MEETING.

A REPRESENTATIVE OF SCAD, SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN WILL BE ON CAMPUS , THURSDAY, JANUARY 11TH DURING STUDENT LUNCH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. PLEASE STOP BY THEIR TABLE IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR COLLEGE.

Anyone interested in being part of track and field.  Conditioning will resume TuesdayWednesday and Thursday starting at 3:00pm.  

All track and field athletes, even if you are in another sport right now, need to stop by Coach Mowrey’s Room L04 to pick up ordering information for the team store.  All orders need to be place by January 25th in order to receive them in time for the first meet.  

For students who are 18 years old- Would you like to volunteer to judge the regional Odyssey of the Mind competition on February 24, 2018 in Orlando?  You will be required to attend a training on February 23rd. If you are interested, please contact Christa Chapple at 506-0014 ext. 53709 or see Mrs. Meadows in Guidance.

 

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