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Thursday, March 9

Congratulations to the following students who will represent Spruce Creek High at Boy’s and Girl’s State sponsored by the American Legion Post 270, Port Orange--Tyler Gayton, Shea Outlaw, Tate Grant, Ben Steel, Dale Traficante, Nabiha Ahmed, Caroline Brousse, Cami Brousse, Emily Kane, Vanessa Haines, and Time Dasouki. They will spend a week  this summer at Florida State University with other students from the State of Florida learning about local and state government.

The Creek men's tennis team recorded a 7-0 shutout of New Smyrna to improve their record to an undefeated 6 and 0 on the season. Alex Lacerna and Peter Makary led the Hawks.

Creek Women’s Tennis: The Creek women’s tennis team had yet another victory at home, yesterday, defeating New Smyrna 4-3. Mallory Kelly and Kinsey Lanier had wins in both singles and doubles at the top 2 positions. Vanessa Haines continued her dominance at the 4th position. Come out this afternoon as we take on Deltona on our very own courts! Go Hawks!

Congratulations to the ninth and 10th graders of the women’s Track and field team The ladies continued a long streak of 17 years after winning the Volusia / Flagler 5 Star championship last night. Here are few Standouts--Sam Gayton , Gabrielle Johnston Naiya Pettway, Caitlyn Chartier  and Savanna Bartlett. 

Seniors, Tryouts to be the senior speaker at your graduation will be held on Tuesday, April 4th. Stop by the Activities office this week to sign up for an audition spot.  

Prom tickets are currently for sale before and after school in room C14 for 45 dollars.  Please remember to clear all bookkeeper obligations and media center book obligations and fees before purchasing.

Volunteers are needed for the Volusia/Flagler County Summer Games of the Special Olympics Florida. Volunteers are needed to assist at Special Olympics Florida - Volusia/Flagler County Summer Games onFriday, March 10 and Saturday, March 11 at Spruce Creek High School.Volunteers will assist with Bocce, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball, Track & Field and Cycling. For more information or any questions- Contact Coach McClelland or Bethany McClelland.

Juniors that are participating in the Mr. and Miss contest please make sure to email your bio and turn in your music on a .wav file to Mrs. Cicciarelli before Spring Break.

Do you want to make Creek Great Again? Do want to have a voice in homecoming activities, assist with blood drives, organize toy drives, and help with dodge ball tournaments? If you answered yes to this question than stop by Mrs. Bundza’s room, L-01 to get an application to run for Student Government.  All applications are due back Thursday, March 9th and there will be a mandatory meeting on March 22ndto discuss campaigning rules.

Are you a history or geography wiz?  Do you enjoy academic competitions?  Stop by Thursday at lunch in Mr. Wolfson’s room C-11 to learn about the History Bee and Bowl and Geography Olympiad qualifying events happening over Spring Break. See historybowl.com for more details.

And now for the weather: It’ll be mostly sunny today with a 20% chance of showers around dismissal time and a high near 77°. Winds will be 5-10mph out of the northeast. Currently it’s 63° with calm winds.

 
 
Wednesday, March 8

The Creek men’s tennis team beat Lake Brantley yesterday 5-2 to remain undefeated on the season at 5 and 0. The Hawks were led by Luke Paschal, Jordan Taytang, and Andre Cronjay. Come out and watch the Hawks squads take on New Smyrna at 2:30 on our school courts today.

Creek Girls Tennis: Yesterday, the Creek women’s tennis team had a huge victory over Lake Brantley. Every player was able to win at least one match for the team making the final score 5-2. It was definitely a team victory! Come out to the courts to support your Lady Hawks today and tomorrow as we take on New Smyrna and Deltona at home. Go Hawks!

Way to go Lady Hawks Softball team!  Both JV and Varsity won by a big margin over Deland last night.  This afternoon the Varsity team will be finishing a rain delayed game from last Thursday.  The bottom of the 3rd starts at 4pm...dont miss it!  See you at the field!

Seniors, Tryouts to be the senior speaker at your graduation will be held on Tuesday, April 4th. Stop by the Activities office this week to sign up for an audition spot.  

Prom tickets are currently for sale before and after school in room C14 for 45 dollars.  Please remember to clear all bookkeeper obligations and media center book obligations and fees before purchasing.

Volunteers are needed for the Volusia/Flagler County Summer Games of the Special Olympics Florida. Volunteers are needed to assist at Special Olympics Florida - Volusia/Flagler County Summer Games onFriday, March 10 and Saturday, March 11 at Spruce Creek High School. Volunteers will assist with Bocce, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball, Track & Field and Cycling. For more information or any questions- Contact Coach McClelland or Bethany McClelland.

Juniors that are participating in the Mr. and Miss contest please make sure to email your bio and turn in your music on a .wav file to Mrs. Cicciarelli before Spring Break.

Do you want to make Creek Great Again? Do want to have a voice in homecoming activities, assist with blood drives, organize toy drives, and help with dodge ball tournaments? If you answered yes to this question than stop by Mrs. Bundza’s room, L-01 to get an application to run for Student Government.  All applications are due back Thursday, March 9th and there will be a mandatory meeting on March 22ndto discuss campaigning rules.

Are you a history or geography wiz?  Do you enjoy academic competitions?  Stop by Thursday at lunch in Mr. Wolfson’s room C-11 to learn about the History Bee and Bowl and Geography Olympiad qualifying events happening over Spring Break. See historybowl.com for more details.

And now for the weather: It’ll be partly sunny today with a 20% chance of showers around dismissal time and a high near 80°. Winds will be 5-10mph out of the northeast. Currently it’s 63° with calm winds.

 
Tuesday, March 7

Congratulations to the jv and the varsity volleyball teams for their impressive wins against Lake Brantley last night. Good luck as they take on Lyman tonight!

Seniors, Tryouts to be the senior speaker at your graduation will be held on Tuesday, April 4th. Stop by the Activities office this week to sign up for an audition spot.  

Prom tickets are currently for sale before and after school in room C14 for 45 dollars.  Please remember to clear all bookkeeper obligations and media center book obligations and fees before purchasing.

Prom Tickets are currently for sale for $45 online via the link:


Make sure to also pay all obligations.  Ticket pickup in C14 (bring your receipt)

Volunteers are needed for the Volusia/Flagler County Summer Games of the Special Olympics Florida. Volunteers are needed to assist at Special Olympics Florida - Volusia/Flagler County Summer Games onFriday, March 10 and Saturday, March 11 at Spruce Creek High School.Volunteers will assist with Bocce, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball, Track & Field and Cycling. For more information or any questions- Contact Coach McClelland or Bethany McClelland.

Do you want to make Creek Great Again? Do want to have a voice in homecoming activities, assist with blood drives, organize toy drives, and help with dodge ball tournaments? If you answered yes to this question than stop by Mrs. Bundza’s room, L-01 to get an application to run for Student Government.  All applications are due back Thursday, March 9th and there will be a mandatory meeting on March 22ndto discuss campaigning rules.

And now for the weather: It’ll be partly sunny today with a 20% chance of showers and a high near 78°. Winds will be out of the east-southeast at 5 to 15 mph. Currently it’s 70° with a light southeast breeze.

Monday, March 6

Congratulations to the jv volleyball team for their win against Lake Mary high school. Come join us tonight as we take on Lake Brantley high school in our gym at 5:30 for jv and 7 p.m. for varsity.  Go hawks!

Congratulations to the Boys and Girls track team on their strong performances in the Spruce Creek Invitational on Saturday.  Each team took home the first place trophy.  Good Job Hawks Track. Track members, don’t forget tomorrow, Tuesday is team picture retakes.  Be in uniform and in the stands by 3:05.

Congratulations to our Volusia County Robotics Team 2152 -SMASH. The team is comprised of students from Spruce Creek High, University High and New Smyrna Beach High Schools and is sponsored by AITR. This past weekend SMASH traveled to the South Florida Regional Competition and competed with 48 teams from around the US, Turkey, Brazil, Columbia and The Netherlands. Team SMASH was 9th overall and received one of the highest awards given by FIRST Robotics, the Engineering Inspiration Award. This award celebrates outstanding success in advancing respect and appreciation for engineering within a team’s school or organization and community. In winning this prestigious award Team SMASH earned a spot to compete at the World Championships in Houston Texas in April and their entry fee of $5000.00 was paid by NASA. Way to go Team SMASH!

ATTENTION SENIORS WHO PLAN ON  ATTENDING DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE IN THE FALL.  APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW BEING MADE FOR THE UPCOMING, ONSITE REGISTRATION DAY OF MARCH 7TH.  REGISTRATIONS WILL TAKE PLACE AT CREEK, IN THE MEDIA CENTER THAT DAY.  PLEASE STOP BY THE GUIDANCE OFFICE AND SEE MRS. TURNGREN TO SIGN UP FOR AN APPOINTMENT TIME OR IF YOU HAVE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS.

Seniors, Tryouts to be the senior speaker at your graduation will be held on Tuesday, April 4th. Stop by the Activities office this week to sign up for an audition spot.  

Volunteers are needed for the Volusia/Flagler County Summer Games of the Special Olympics Florida. Volunteers are needed to assist at Special Olympics Florida - Volusia/Flagler County Summer Games onFriday, March 10 and Saturday, March 11 at Spruce Creek High School. Volunteers will assist with Bocce, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball, Track & Field and Cycling. For more information or any questions- Contact Coach McClelland or Bethany McClelland.

Do you want to make Creek Great Again? Do want to have a voice in homecoming activities, assist with blood drives, organize toy drives, and help with dodge ball tournaments? If you answered yes to this question than stop by Mrs. Bundza’s room, L-01 to get an application to run for Student Government.  All applications are due back Thursday, March 9th and there will be a mandatory meeting on March 22ndto discuss campaigning rules.

Yearbooks are still on sale.  We only have a limited amount of books left so get yours today before they are gone.  

And now for the weather: It’ll be mostly cloudy today with a 20% chance of showers.  The high today will be  75º with gusty winds from the east. Currently  it’s _67º with an easterly breeze.

Friday, March 3

Congratulations to all Hawk filmmakers who participated in the first student film festival held by the Hub on Canal Street in New Smyrna Beach. Spruce Creek had 4 filmmakers in the top 10, and at the awards ceremony last night Eliza Budanio won the award for Best Writing, as well as being given Honorable Mention in the overall film competition. Congratulations, Eliza! This Sunday, March 5th, you can see our student filmmakers’ work as well as that of the other high schools when the Hub on Canal Street in holds the public viewing. So come out and support our student filmmakers this Sunday from 1-5. For more information, go to the website, thehuboncanal .org. 

There is still time to earn one of the commemorative gold coins from Dr. Sparger.  If you have performed 50 good deeds (no matter how small) during the month of February, stop Dr. Sparger in the Halls, visit him in his office and let him know you have earned a gold medallion. Remember, you do not have to collect 50  wooden nickels to get a gold coin. This good deeds cold be  done at home, your neighborhood, your church and  your community. Hawk Faculty and staff members may also receive one of these limited coins from Dr. Sparger too!

ATTENTION,  IF YOU ARE PLANNING ON TAKING THE ACT ON APRIL O8, 2017, THE DEADLINE FOR THE ON TIME REGISTRATION IS 11:59 TONIGHT.  AFTER TONIGHT YOU WILL BE ACCESSED A LATE FEE.  THE DEADLINE FOR UPLOADING YOUR PHOTO IS MARCH 31, 2017.

Guest forms for Prom will be available starting on March 1st in the Main Office.  Please return completed form and copies of ID’s to Ms. Potts in the Main Office by March 29th.  All guest must be attending a High School or College/University and be between the ages of 14 – 20.  No middle school students are permitted.  You can not purchase the guest ticket until the guest has been approved.
 

ATTENTION SENIORS WHO PLAN ON  ATTENDING DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE IN THE FALL.  APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW BEING MADE FOR THE UPCOMING, ONSITE REGISTRATION DAY OF MARCH 7TH.  REGISTRATIONS WILL TAKE PLACE AT CREEK, IN THE MEDIA CENTER THAT DAY.  PLEASE STOP BY THE GUIDANCE OFFICE AND SEE MRS. TURNGREN TO SIGN UP FOR AN APPOINTMENT TIME OR IF YOU HAVE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS.
DSC will be on campus during lunch on 3/3 in the atrium.

Volunteers are needed for the Volusia/Flagler County Summer Games of the Special Olympics Florida. Volunteers are needed to assist at Special Olympics Florida - Volusia/Flagler County Summer Games on Friday, March 10 and Saturday, March 11 at Spruce Creek High School.Volunteers will assist with Bocce, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball, Track & Field and Cycling. For more information or any questions- Contact Coach McClelland or Bethany McClelland.

Do you want to make Creek Great Again? Do want to have a voice in homecoming activities, assist with blood drives, organize toy drives, and help with dodge ball tournaments? If you answered yes to this question than stop by Mrs. Bundza’s room, L-01 to get an application to run for Student Government.  All applications are due back Thursday, March 9th and there will be a mandatory meeting on March 22nd to discuss campaigning rules.

Come join South Asian Club on Friday March 3rd at our Holi Festival at Toronita Beach Park. Tickets are $5 and can be bought in P-24 Mrs. Leathead's room! Times are 4-7. Food will be served.

 

Thursday, March 2

Congrats to JV boys volleyball  team for an excellent team win over Bishop Moore. Students come support both Jv and varsity tonight at home as we take on state power Lake Mary.  Game times are 5:30 and 7 pm in our gym Sent from my iPhone

The Spruce Creek Boys Weightlifting Team won the Five Star Conference Championship yesterday.  All ten lifters scored points to help the Hawks to victory, including; Joey Forzanti, Caleb Guthrie, Thomas Gross, Vinny Sneed, Noah Hempfield, Nick Yeager, Derek Beauchamp, Jake Richards, Ryan Shelton, and Isaac Attias.  Winning individual Conference Championships in their weight classes were; Caleb Guthrie, Vinny Sneed, and Derek Beauchamp.  This is the 37th time the Hawks have won the Five Star Conference Championship in boys weightlifting.  Way to go Hawk Ironmen!

There is still time to earn one of the commemorative gold coins from Dr. Sparger.  If you have performed 50 good deeds (no matter how small) during the month of February, stop Dr. Sparger in the Halls, visit him in his office and let him know you have earned a gold medallion. Remember, you do not have to collect 50  wooden nickels to get a gold coin. This good deeds cold be  done at home, your neighborhood, your church and  your community. Hawk Faculty and staff members may also receive one of these limited coins from Dr. Sparger too!

Guest forms for Prom will be available starting on March 1st in the Main Office.  Please return completed form and copies of ID’s to Ms. Potts in the Main Office by March 29th.  All guest must be attending a High School or College/University and be between the ages of 14 – 20.  No middle school students are permitted.  You can not purchase the guest ticket until the guest has been approved.
 

ATTENTION SENIORS WHO PLAN ON  ATTENDING DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE IN THE FALL.  APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW BEING MADE FOR THE UPCOMING, ONSITE REGISTRATION DAY OF MARCH 7TH.  REGISTRATIONS WILL TAKE PLACE AT CREEK, IN THE MEDIA CENTER THAT DAY.  PLEASE STOP BY THE GUIDANCE OFFICE AND SEE MRS. TURNGREN TO SIGN UP FOR AN APPOINTMENT TIME OR IF YOU HAVE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS.
DSC will be on campus during lunch on 3/3 in the atrium.

This Sunday, March 5th, the Hub on Canal Street in New Smyrna Beach is holding its first Student Film Festival. High schools from around Volusia County have entered a variety of films, including five directors from Spruce Creek’s Video Production program. So come out and support our student filmmakers this Sunday from 1-5. For more information, go to the website, thehuboncanal .org. 

The Asian Invasion is the annual united meeting of The Asian Association and The South Asian Club. Come and learn about Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, India, Pakistaan, Sri Lanka. See you in G-01 at lunch on Thursday, March 2nd!

The next dodgeball tournament will be this Friday.    Come to L-01 for more information.  

Do you want to make Creek Great Again? Do want to have a voice in homecoming activities, assist with blood drives, organize toy drives, and help with dodge ball tournaments? If you answered yes to this question than stop by Mrs. Bundza’s room, L-01 to get an application to run for Student Government.  All applications are due back Thursday, March 9th and there will be a mandatory meeting on March 22nd to discuss campaigning rules.

Come join South Asian Club on Friday March 3rd at our Holi Festival at Toronita Beach Park. Tickets are $5 and can be bought in P-24 Mrs. Leathead's room! Times are 4-7. Food will be served.

And now for the weather: It’ll be partly sunny today with a 30% chance of showers, mostly after 3pm.  The high today will be  78º with increasingly gusty winds from the north around dismissal time. Currently its _70__ º with light southwest winds.

 

 

Wednesday, March 1
The Creek tennis team shutout Mainland yesterday 7-0 to remain undefeated on the year at 4 and 0. The Hawks were led by Jordan Taytang and Justin Singh in singles. Great work Hawks! 

Congrats to our Lady Hawks varsity softball team as the beat University 2-1 last night!  It was a great team effort.  Come out and catch the action tomorrow night as we take on Sanford Seminole- JV at 5 and Varsity at 7.

Congratulations to the men's volleyball team for their 3-0 win against Lake Howell.  Come and join our team for their next home match on Thursday.  Game times are 5:30 for Jv and 7 for varsity.  Go Hawks!

SC Girls Tennis: Yesterday, the Creek women’s tennis team fought for a 4-3 victory over Mainland. Rachel Towe began the lead with an 8-2 win at #5 singles. Vanessa Haines clinched the match with a nail-biter at #4 singles. Come out to support the Lady Hawks as they take on Atlantic this afternoon and Pine Ridge tomorrow on our home courts. Go Hawks!

The Spruce Creek Boys Weightlifting Team was well represented at the JV Five Star meet yesterday at Flagler Palm Coast High School.  The following lifters placed in the top three in their respective weight classes; Phu Bui, Aaron Nguyen, Ethan Chrisley, Ryan Kamine, Camari Nelson, Elias Baez, Will O'Connell-Anderson, and Oscar Mendez.  The JV Five Star Champions for 2017 were; Aaron Nguyen, Ethan Chrisley, Camari Nelson, and Elias Baez. Great job Hawk Ironmen! Today the Varsity Hawk Lifters try to win another Five Star Championship at Flagler Palm Coast High School.  Lifting Starts at 5 pm.  Good luck to the Varsity Hawk Ironmen!

Guest forms for Prom will be available starting on March 1st in the Main Office.  Please return completed form and copies of ID’s to Ms. Potts in the Main Office by March 29th.  All guest must be attending a High School or College/University and be between the ages of 14 – 20.  No middle school students are permitted.  You cannot purchase the guest ticket until the guest has been approved.

 ATTENTION SENIORS WHO PLAN TO ATTEND DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE IN THE FALL.  APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW BEING MADE FOR THE UPCOMING, ONSITE REGISTRATION DAY OF MARCH 7TH.  REGISTRATIONS WILL TAKE PLACE AT CREEK, IN THE MEDIA CENTER THAT DAY.  PLEASE STOP BY THE GUIDANCE OFFICE AND SEE MRS. TURNGREN TO SIGN UP FOR AN APPOINTMENT TIME OR IF YOU HAVE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS.

This Sunday, March 5th, the Hub on Canal Street in New Smyrna Beach is holding its first Student Film Festival. High schools from around Volusia County have entered a variety of films, including five directors from Spruce Creek’s Video Production program. So come out and support our student filmmakers this Sunday from 1-5. For more information, go to the website, thehuboncanal .org. 

The next dodgeball tournament will be this Friday.    Come to L-01 for more information.  

Looking for something fun to do with your friends? Look no further! On Sunday, March 5th a fundraiser will be taking place for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society from 2pm to 6pm. There will be a concert featuring a band named MPiRE all the way from Orlando! Tickets to the auditorium are $10 being sold at the door! Kona Ice and some of the Creek clubs selling food too! So come on down on March 5th for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society! 

Come join South Asian Club on Friday March 3rd at our Holi Festival at Toronita Beach Park. Tickets are $5 and can be bought in P-24 Mrs. Leathead's room! Times are 4-7. Food will be served.

And now for the weather: It’ll be mostly sunny today. We’ll be one degree shy of tying a record high today with 85º .  Today’s record high of 86 º was set back in 1971.  Spring doesn’t officially begin for another 19 days! Currently its _71__ º with light south winds.

Tuesday, February 28
Congrats to the girls track and field team with an outstanding showing at Friday’s East Coast Classic team placed a strong 2nd . Here’s a few Stand outs Jordan Elder ,Dasia Stevens, Gabrielle Klenk , Ruth Boone ,Madison Kokai,  and Big Congrats to Camryn Cooney who is now ranked in the top 15 in the Nation  for the 1 mile and 2mile and 4x800.  

10th 11th & 12th grade students who are planning to take the ACT: Our school offering a FREE ACT test preparation course, this Tuesday, 2/28.   The workshop will be held in the media center from 3:30pm to 6:30pm and refreshments will be provided.  The course will focus on achieving the best reading score possible on the ACT.  If you are interested please sign up with Mrs. Cappiello by email or by registering in the media center. 

Attention seniors looking for scholarships.  The Taylor Pinney Scholarship is now available on line through the IB office.  The scholarship is for anyone who has been affected by cancer whether it was a yourself, relative or close friend.  Please don’t let this opportunity slip by.  See Mrs. Copp in the IB office.

 Guest forms for Prom will be available starting on March 1st in the Main Office.  Please return completed form and copies of ID’s to Ms. Potts in the Main Office by March 29th.  All guest must be attending a High School or College/University and be between the ages of 14 – 20.  No middle school students are permitted.  You can not purchase the guest ticket until the guest has been approved.

 ATTENTION SENIORS WHO PLAN ON  ATTENDING DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE IN THE FALL.  APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW BEING MADE FOR THE UPCOMING, ONSITE REGISTRATION DAY OF MARCH 7TH.  REGISTRATIONS WILL TAKE PLACE AT CREEK, IN THE MEDIA CENTER THAT DAY.  PLEASE STOP BY THE GUIDANCE OFFICE AND SEE MRS. TURNGREN TO SIGN UP FOR AN APPOINTMENT TIME OR IF YOU HAVE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS.

Juniors that are auditioning for the Mr. and Miss contest on Tuesday Feb 28th please report to the chorus room instead of the dance room right after school.  Any questions please see Mrs. Cicciarelli.

The Asian Invasion is the annual united meeting of The Asian Association and The South Asian Club. Come and learn about Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, India, Pakistaan, Sri Lanka. See you in G-01 at lunch on Thursday, March 2nd!

Members of Belle Chantique Women's Chorus, Men's Chorus, Women's Chorus and Concert Chorus will present their Pre-MPA concert on Tuesday, February 28, 7:00 p.m. at Port Orange

Presbyterian Church. The choirs along with solos that received a superior rating at district MPA will present their contest literature. All are welcome.

The next dodgeball tournament will be this Friday.    Come to L-01 for more information.  

Looking for something fun to do with your friends? Look no further! On Sunday, March 5th a fundraiser will be taking place for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society from 2pm to 6pm. There will be a concert featuring a band named MPiRE all the way from Orlando! Tickets to the auditorium are $10 being sold at the door! Kona Ice and some of the Creek clubs selling food too! So come on down on March 5th for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society! 

And now for the weather: It’ll be partly sunny today. Today’s forecast high calls for a warm 83º. Currently its _68__ º with calm winds.

Monday, February 27
Congratulations to the boys track team on their strong third place showing at the East Coast Classic Friday Night.  Attention Boys track team members.  There will be a mandatory meeting right after school in room L04 today.  All athletes need to be there.  

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE JROTC DRILL TEAM FOR QUALIFIYING THIS WEEKEND AT THE REGIONAL FINALS FOR STATE!  GREAT JOB BY ALL DRILL TEAM MEMBERS AND GOOD LUCK AT THE STATE COMPETITION IN APRIL!

Good Morning Hawks! In honor of Black History Month, we will be highlighting Black Americans that have made significant contributions in American History. Today, Monday, February 27,  we honor: Dr. Rebecca Lee Crumpler. Dr. Crumpler was the first African-American woman physician in the United States. Born in 1831, Dr. Crumpler first worked as a nurse in Massachusetts between 1852 and 1860, She was accepted to New England Female Medical College and earned an M.D. in 1864, She practiced medicine in Boston and Richmond, Virginia, primarily working with the poor, who had limited access to medical care. In 1883, Dr. Crumpler published a renowned book, Book of Medical Discourses In Two Parts, which many believe is the first medical text written by an African-American author.

10th 11th & 12th grade students who are planning to take the ACT: Our school offering a FREE ACT test preparation course, this Tuesday, 2/28.   The workshop will be held in the media center from 3:30pm to 6:30pm and refreshments will be provided.  The course will focus on achieving the best reading score possible on the ACT.  If you are interested please sign up with Mrs. Cappiello by email or by registering in the media center. 

 Guest forms for Prom will be available starting on March 1st in the Main Office.  Please return completed form and copies of ID’s to Ms. Potts in the Main Office by March 29th.  All guest must be attending a High School or College/University and be between the ages of 14 – 20.  No middle school students are permitted.  You can not purchase the guest ticket until the guest has been approved.

 ATTENTION SENIORS WHO PLAN ON  ATTENDING DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE IN THE FALL.  APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW BEING MADE FOR THE UPCOMING, ONSITE REGISTRATION DAY OF MARCH 7TH.  REGISTRATIONS WILL TAKE PLACE AT CREEK, IN THE MEDIA CENTER THAT DAY.  PLEASE STOP BY THE GUIDANCE OFFICE AND SEE MRS. TURNGREN TO SIGN UP FOR AN APPOINTMENT TIME OR IF YOU HAVE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS.

ATTENTION ALL JV GIRLS SOCCER PLAYERS. PLEASE STOP BY ROOM C8 TODAY TO SEE COACH COSTNER

Juniors that are auditioning for the Mr. and Miss contest on Tuesday Feb 28th please report to the chorus room instead of the dance room right after school.  Any questions please see Mrs. Cicciarelli.

Writers Ink is accepting submissions of writing and artwork for Spruce Creek’s literary magazine Amalgamations from now until March 6, 2017.  All submissions must be your own original work.  Please bring your submissions to Room F-06 or submit your original art or writing online at http:// bit.ly/ 2iVlqh3. That’s bit dot ly slash 2-i-V-L-Q-H-3.  

Members of Belle Chantique Women's Chorus, Men's Chorus, Women's Chorus and Concert Chorus will present their Pre-MPA concert on Tuesday, February 28, 7:00 p.m. at Port Orange Presbyterian Church. The choirs along with solos that received a superior rating at district MPA will present their contest literature. All are welcome.

Looking for something fun to do with your friends? Look no further! On Sunday, March 5th a fundraiser will be taking place for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society from 2pm to 6pm. There will be a concert featuring a band named MPiRE all the way from Orlando! Tickets to the auditorium are $10 being sold at the door! Kona Ice and some of the Creek clubs selling food too! So come on down on March 5th for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society! 

The yearbook is on sale in room L04 now.  Get yours before time and books run out.  Supplies are limited.  

And now for the weather: It’ll be mostly sunny today with a 20% chance for showers after noon. Today’s forecast high calls for 80º under _ sunny____ skies. Currently its _71__ º with south east winds

Friday, February 24
Congratulations to the men’s volleyball team for their awesome performance at the Seminole Classic last night. The guys won their first match against former state champs Lyman High School and showed great play against another former state champ Timber Creek. The guys have their first home match on Tuesday and Thursday of next week and we need your support! Match times are 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.   Go Hawks!!!!!

This Black History Month we look back at the life of Dr. Carter G. Woodson.  He was the son of slaves, self-taught and didn't go to high school until he was about 20 years old.  But somehow, despite these obstacles, he became one of the first African Americans to receive a Ph.D from Harvard.  His dedication to preserving history was the spark for Black History Month.    Spruce Creek will proudly celebrate Black History next week February 27-March 3! The week will be filled with a plethora of knowledge, unity, love, fun and games! A list of activities will be posted around the campus and we welcome everyone to participate! "The African American Experience is one of the most important threads in the American tapestry" Bill Frist. Join us as we honor the many accomplishments of a great people! Thank you. It's a great day to be a hawk!  

Guest forms for Prom will be available starting on March 1st in the Main Office.  Please return completed form and copies of ID’s to Ms. Potts in the Main Office by March 29th.  All guest must be attending a High School or College/University and be between the ages of 14 – 20.  No middle school students are permitted.  You can not purchase the guest ticket until the guest has been approved..  

ATTENTION SENIORS WHO PLAN ON  ATTENDING DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE IN THE FALL.  APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW BEING MADE FOR THE UPCOMING, ONSITE REGISTRATION DAY OF MARCH 7TH.  REGISTRATIONS WILL TAKE PLACE AT CREEK, IN THE MEDIA CENTER THAT DAY.  PLEASE STOP BY THE GUIDANCE OFFICE AND SEE MRS. TURNGREN TO SIGN UP FOR AN APPOINTMENT TIME OR IF YOU HAVE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS.

Come and support the mens volleyball team in their first home match of the season against Lake Howell on Tuesday in our gym.  Game times are at 5:30 pm for JV and 7 p.m. for Varsity!!!  Go Hawks

Cypress Creek Elementary is looking for some energetic student volunteers for Friday, March 3rd from 530pm to 830pm. For a special boys’ night  out with mom. Volunteers will help to run games and various events during this time as well, as

well as help with set up and take down. If you are interested, contact Kristin Johansson at 410-570-5377 or stop by the activities office to sign up. 

This weekend is your last chance to see the amazing production of "Into the Woods".  Performances are tonight and Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2:30pm.  Student tickets are $10.  Don't miss your chance to see your talented Hawks.

Looking for something fun to do with your friends? Look no further! On Sunday, March 5th a fundraiser will be taking place for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society from 2pm to 6pm. There will be a concert featuring a band named MPiRE all the way from Orlando! Tickets to the auditorium are $10 being sold at the door! Kona Ice and some of the Creek clubs selling food too! So come on down on March 5th for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society!

And now for the weather: We’re in for a warm sunny day. Today’s forecast high calls for 79º under _ sunny____ skies. Currently its _71__ º with light northeast winds

 
Thursday, February 23

The Spruce Creek Boys Weightlifting team remained undefeated in the regular season defeating Deland 50 to 39 at Creek yesterday. The following lifters placed first in their respective weight classes--Caleb Guthrie, Noah Hempfield, Vinnie Sneed, Nick Yeager, Derek Beauchamp. Great Job Hawk Ironmen!


There are still gold kindness coins remaining. Once you have completed 50 kind deeds for February, no matter how small, find Dr. Sparger and you will be given one of these collectable medallions. You do not need 50 wooden nickels to obtain a Gold Coin.


ATTENTION SENIORS WHO PLAN ON ATTENDING DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE IN THE FALL. APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW BEING MADE FOR THE UPCOMING, ONSITE REGISTRATION DAY OF MARCH 7TH. REGISTRATIONS WILL TAKE PLACE AT CREEK, IN THE MEDIA CENTER THAT DAY. PLEASE STOP BY THE GUIDANCE OFFICE AND SEE MRS. TURNGREN TO SIGN UP FOR AN APPOINTMENT TIME OR IF YOU HAVE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS.


Cypress Creek Elementary is looking for some energetic student volunteers for Friday, March 3rd from 530pm to 830pm for a special boys’ night out with mom. Volunteers will help to run games and various events during this time as well, as well as help with set up and take down. If you are interested, contact Kristin Johansson at 410-570-5377 or stop by the activities office to sign up.


Looking for something fun to do with your friends? Look no further! On Sunday, March 5th a fundraiser will be taking place for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society from 2pm to 6pm. There will be a concert featuring a band named MPiRE all the way from Orlando! Tickets to the auditorium are $10 being sold at the door! Kona Ice and some of the Creek clubs selling food too! So come on down on March 5th for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society!


DO YOU HAVE YOUR “NO PAIN NO GAIN” CHICK-FIL-A CALENDAR? THE GBB TEAM HAS 25 CALENDARS LEFT FOR SALE. THE CHICK-FIL-A CALENDAR GIVES YOU FREE ITEMS FROM CHICK-FIL-S MONTH AND CAN BE USED AT ANY CHICK-FIL-A IN THE COUNTRY. THE COST OF THE CALENDAR IS $7. THESE CALENDARS MAKE GREAT BIRTHDAY GIFTS! IF YOU WOULD LIKE ONE OR MORE PLEASE SEE OR EMAIL COACH JONES.


And now for the weather: Gusty northeast winds will bring us more clouds and showers for the better part of the day. Today’s forecast high calls for 75º under mostly cloudy skies. Currently its 70º with breezy northeast winds.


Wednesday, February 22

Congratulations to Eliza Budanio, Rachel Keithan, Noelle Midkiff, and Skylar Theis from Hawk TV for having their films selected as top 10 finishers in the first Hub Film Festival. These students will now move on to the next phase in the competition. Good luck, filmmakers!


ATTENTION SENIORS WHO PLAN ON ATTENDING DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE IN THE FALL. APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW BEING MADE FOR THE UPCOMING, ONSITE REGISTRATION DAY OF MARCH 7TH. REGISTRATIONS WILL TAKE PLACE AT CREEK, IN THE MEDIA CENTER THAT DAY. PLEASE STOP BY THE GUIDANCE OFFICE AND SEE MRS. TURNGREN TO SIGN UP FOR AN APPOINTMENT TIME OR IF YOU HAVE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS.


Cypress Creek Elementary is looking for some energetic student volunteers for Friday, March 3rd from 530pm to 830pm. For a special boys’ night out with mom. Volunteers will help to run games and various events during this time as well, as well as help with set up and take down. If you are interested, contact Kristin Johansson at 410-570-5377 or stop by the activities office to sign up.


DSC will be on campus during lunch on 2/22 in the atrium.


Juniors if you still have not turned in your completed application for Mr. and Miss SCHS they will be accepted until Thursday Feb 23rd by 3pm.


Looking for something fun to do with your friends? Look no further! On Sunday, March 5th a fundraiser will be taking place for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society from 2pm to 6pm. There will be a concert featuring a band named MPiRE all the way from Orlando! Tickets to the auditorium are $10 being sold at the door! Kona Ice and some of the Creek clubs selling food too! So come on down on March 5th for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society!


DO YOU HAVE YOUR “NO PAIN NO GAIN” CHICK-FIL-A CALENDAR? THE GBB TEAM HAS 25 CALENDARS LEFT FOR SALE. THE CHICK-FIL-A CALENDAR GIVES YOU FREE ITEMS FROM CHICK-FIL-S MONTH AND CAN BE USED AT ANY CHICK-FIL-A IN THE COUNTRY. THE COST OF THE CALENDAR IS $7. THESE CALENDARS MAKE GREAT BIRTHDAY GIFTS! IF YOU WOULD LIKE ONE OR MORE PLEASE SEE OR EMAIL COACH JONES.


And now for the weather: Clouds and passing showers will be building all day today with a higher chance of rain and storms through this afternoon and evening . Today’s forecast high calls for 71º under cloudy skies.


Tuesday, February 21

Congratulations to the following seniors who were chosen as the News Journal’s Medallion of Excellence winners. The winners representing Spruce Creek High School are Cody Carrier, Emily Keith, Hiba Nadeem, Richard Nisbett and Hamish Pierpont. The winners will receive their awards at a dinner on April 12, 2017.


ATTENTION SENIORS WHO PLAN ON ATTENDING DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE IN THE FALL. APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW BEING MADE FOR THE UPCOMING, ONSITE REGISTRATION DAY OF MARCH 7TH. REGISTRATIONS WILL TAKE PLACE AT CREEK, IN THE MEDIA CENTER THAT DAY. PLEASE STOP BY THE GUIDANCE OFFICE AND SEE MRS. TURNGREN TO SIGN UP FOR AN APPOINTMENT TIME OR IF YOU HAVE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS.


Boys and girls track members. Remember to sign up today, for tomorrow’s meet in Coach Mowrey’s room L04 and in Coach Gallon’s room P5. If you don’t sign up you will not be added to the meet.


Good morning students, faculty and staff. Launch Credit Union is open Tuesdays and Wednesdays at lunch. Come TODAY with five dollars and receive a free gift when you open an account!


Looking for something fun to do with your friends? Look no further! On Sunday, March 5th a fundraiser will be taking place for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society from 2pm to 6pm. There will be a concert featuring a band named MPiRE all the way from Orlando! Tickets to the auditorium are $10 being sold at the door! Kona Ice and some of the Creek clubs selling food too! So come on down on March 5th for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society!


DO YOU HAVE YOUR “NO PAIN NO GAIN” CHICK-FIL-A CALENDAR? THE GBB TEAM HAS 25 CALENDARS LEFT FOR SALE. THE CHICK-FIL-A CALENDAR GIVES YOU FREE ITEMS FROM CHICK-FIL-A EACH MONTH AND CAN BE USED AT ANY CHICK-FIL-A IN THE COUNTRY. THE COST OF THE CALENDAR IS $7. THESE CALENDARS MAKE GREAT BIRTHDAY GIFTS! IF YOU WOULD LIKE ONE OR MORE PLEASE SEE OR EMAIL COACH JONES.


There are still a limited amount of yearbooks in L04. Get yours today before they run out!


Monday, February 20

ATTENTION SENIORS WHO PLAN ON ATTENDING DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE IN THE FALL.  APPOINTMENTS ARE NOW BEING MADE FOR THE UPCOMING, ONSITE REGISTRATION DAY OF MARCH 7TH.  REGISTRATIONS WILL TAKE PLACE AT CREEK, IN THE MEDIA CENTER THAT DAY.  PLEASE STOP BY THE GUIDANCE OFFICE AND SEE MRS. TURNGREN TO SIGN UP FOR AN APPOINTMENT TIME OR IF YOU HAVE ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS.

Students today is the day for the in school performance of “Into the Woods”.  In order to get out of class 6th and 7th period today you must have purchased a yellow ticket for $5 and turned in a signed permission form.  Tickets will be sold during lunch in the auditorium today.  Tickets will not be sold after lunch.  All students must report to 6th period and will be dismissed by announcement. And if you don’t get to go today remember you will still have a chance to see the full production this Friday, Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2:30.

Writers Ink is accepting submissions of writing and artwork for Spruce Creek’s literary magazine Amalgamations from now until March 6, 2017.  All submissions must be your own original work.  Please bring your submissions to Room F-06 or submit your original art or writing online at http:// bit.ly/ 2iVlqh3. That’s bit dot ly slash 2-i-V-L-Q-H-3.  

Looking for something fun to do with your friends? Look no further! On Sunday, March 5th a fundraiser will be taking place for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society from 2pm to 6pm. There will be a concert featuring a band named MPiRE all the way from Orlando! Tickets to the auditorium are $10 being sold at the door! Kona Ice and some of the Creek clubs selling food too! So come on down on March 5th for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society!

And now for the weather: We’re starting off with some patchy fog, but it’s going to be a warm sunny day.  Today’s forecast high calls for 78º under sunny skies and light Northeast winds.

 

 
Friday, February 17


The Spruce Creek Boys Weightlifting Team remained undefeated for the season improving their record to 5-0-1.  They defeated New Smyrna High School 60 to 27 and defeated Flagler Palm Coast 60 to 24.    The following lifters won their individual weight classes--Joey Forzanti, Tommy Gross, Tien Bui, Nick Yeager, Derek Beauchamp, Cale Janssen, Ryan Shelton, and Isaac Attias. Great job by all lifters. Next Wednesdaythe Hawks will lift against Deland at home in our weight room.  Lifting starts at 3 pm. 


The Creek women’s tennis team has been putting in some work on the tennis courts these past couple of days. Mallory Kelly and Vanessa Haines have dominated in singles with two back to back wins while Rachel Towe clinched the win against Seabreeze yesterday.


The Creek men’s tennis team knocked off defending conference champion Seabreeze yesterday 4-3 to remain undefeated at 3 and 0 on the season. The Hawks were led by Andre Cronje and Peter Mahkary in doubles and Luke Paschal in singles. 


We are pleased to have witnessed so many acts of kindness so far this month. Thank you students and faculty for paying it forward and passing on so many wonderful gestures.  Today, February 17th is National Random Act of Kindness. We would like to recognize this day with one final kick off for kindness month. Starting today, you will have the opportunity to earn one of only 150 memorable gold coins from Dr. Sparger.  You must perform 50 kind deeds and then inform Dr. Sparger of your actions.  Just walk up to Papa Hawk and let him know you have met the challenge and the coin is yours.  Remember, there are only 150 of these, so start doing great things now! 


CALLING ALL HAWKS FACULTY, STAFF, AND STUDENT BODY!!!  THERE WILL BE A SPIRIT BUS GOING TO THE GIRLS BASKETBALL GAME ON TONIGHT.  THE COST FOR THE BUS AND GAME IS $10 TOTAL.  IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO GO, PLEASE SEE COACH JONES IN THE GYM DURING LUNCH OR MRS. ROCCO FOR A PARENT PERMISSION FORM.  THE BUS WILL LEAVE AT 4:45 FROM THE PARENT PICKUP.  YOU MUST BRING YOUR PERMISSION FORM SIGNED BY A PARENT AND YOUR $10.  FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE COACH JONES!


 “Into the Woods” in school showcase is scheduled for Monday Feb 20th 6th and 7th periods.  Tickets are $5 and may be purchased from a member of the cast, crew or in the auditorium during lunch.  To purchase a ticket you must turn in a signed permission form.


Come out and see the full production of “Into the Woods” tonight or Saturday at 7 pm in our auditorium.  Student tickets are $10.  


Juniors planning on participating in the Mr. and Miss SCHS contest need to turn in completed applications by Feb 21st.  Applications may still be picked up in the auditorium.


And now for the weather: We’re starting off today on the chilly side, but expect blues skies and comfortable temperatures later today.  Today’s high calls for 74º under sunny skies. Currently its 47º with calm winds.


Thursday, February 16

The Creek tennis team avenged a loss to Flagler last year with a 5-2 win yesterday. The Hawks were led by Jordan Taytang and Andre Cronje. The 2 and 0 Hawks take on Seabreeze at home today at 3:15 right here on our school courts. Come on out and root on the Hawks; admission is free.
 

Congratulations to the girls track and field team for their tremendous victory last night at the first track and field meet of the season the girls scored 128pts. The Girls 4x800 team ran the 3rd fastest time in the state the team consisted  Camryn Cooney, Caitlyn Chartier, Jaclyn Gilday and new comer Gabrielle Johnston. Congrats to the Boys track and field for also starting the season with a bang the team was led by new comer  Latavies Sylvester who won both the 400 meters (10th in the state) and 200meters. Congrats to both teams "Train Hard Win Easy"    

CALLING ALL HAWKS  FACULTY, STAFF, AND STUDENT BODY!!!  THERE WILL BE A SPIRIT BUS GOING TO THE GIRLS BASKETBALL GAME ON TOMORROW NIGHT.  THE COST FOR THE BUS AND GAME IS $10 TOTAL.  IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO GO, PLEASE SEE COACH JONES IN THE GYM DURING LUNCH OR MRS. ROCCO FOR A PARENT PERMISSION FORM.  THE BUS WILL LEAVE AT 4:45 FROM THE PARENT PICKUP.  YOU MUST BRING YOUR PERMISSION FORM SIGNED BY A PARENT AND YOUR $10.  FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE COACH JONES!
 

“Into the Woods” in school showcase is scheduled for Monday Feb 20th 6th and 7th periods.  Tickets are $5 and may be purchased from a member of the cast, crew or in the auditorium during lunch.  To purchase a ticket you must turn in a signed permission form.

Come out and see the full production of “Into the Woods” this Friday or Saturday at 7pm in our auditorium.  Student tickets are $10.  
 

If you are interested in going to Universal Studios with the French Club on February 21st, please see Mrs. Augat in Room F-02 today!  Thank you.

Juniors planning on participating in the Mr. and Miss SCHS contest need to turn in completed applications by Feb 21st.  Applications may still be picked up in the auditorium.

 
Wednesday, February 15

Congratulations to our department students for the month of February. AITR- Casmira Harrison, AVID- Ashahya Kimble, Academy of Finance-Kinzie Kilman , CTE- Samantha Nicholson and Kayla Howard, Math- Adam LeBlanc, English- Hannah Gold and Elysse Goodell, Foreign Language- Elysse Goodell, Science- Kseniya Yarakhavets, Social Studies- Patrick Tydir and Jude Flynn, Performing Arts- Camryn Chiriboga, Reading- Yadjany Nelson, Visual arts- Carolyn Muldowny and for Music- Jesciria McGee.


The Creek tennis team opened the 2017 season with a strong 7-0 shutout of University. The Hawks were by seniors Alex Lacerna and Peter Mahcarey. The Creek girls tennis team edged University yesterday 4-3 behind Vanessa Haines' strong singles win and the clinching win with Mallory Kelly and Kinsey Lanier at number one doubles. Both teams play today at home against cross county rival Flagler right here on our home courts. Come watch the Hawks go do work. Admission as always, is free.


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE LADY HAWKS GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM FOR THEIR ADVANCEMENT INTO THE ELITE 8 BRACKET FOR THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP. THE TEAM DEFEATED FPC LAST NIGHT TO ADVANCE TO THE NEXT ROUND. THANKS TO ALL THE FACULTY, STAFF, AND STUDENT BODY WHO SUPPORTED US THUS FAR. THE NEXT GAME WILL BE FRIDAY AT WEKIVA HS.


Our Hawks of the month for February 2017 - Athlete of the month- Lauren Harris, Citizen of the month- Ashleigh Brinkerhoff, Scholar of the month- Josh Tse and our Hawk of the month for February 2017 is Amberlyn Foote.


We would like to recognize our faculty and staff for February as follows: Teacher of the month- David Nelson, for Teaching Technique- Christina Grusauskas, Educational Atmosphere- Sheila Farrell, Special Projects- Shawn McKaig, Staff Member- Pam Conners and our volunteer for February- Mr. Joe Bihner. Congratulations again, all February winners. Don’t forget to attend the luncheon in your honor Thursday , February 23rd at 11:15am in the Black Hawk Inn and your photo will be taken that morning at 7am in the main office.


DSC will be on campus during lunch on 2/15 in the atrium.


Opening night for “Into the Woods” will be this Friday, Feb 17th at 7pm. Additional show dates are Feb 18th , 24th , 25th , and a matinee at 2:30 on Feb 26th . Student tickets are $10 and may be purchased at the door. This is a production not to be missed!


Students starting Tuesday Feb 14th the theatre department will be selling tickets for our in-school showcase of “Into the Woods” on Monday Feb 20th during 6th and 7th period. In order to attend. You must pick up a permission form which must be signed by your teachers before you can purchase your $5 ticket. Forms can be picked up from Ms. Rocco in the activities office, Ms. Cicciarelli in the auditorium, the main atrium during lunch or from a member of the cast or crew. Permission forms should be available this afternoon. Space is limited to get your form as soon as possible.


The Meeting today for the National Honor Society at lunch will be in the dance room. Sign your contract THEN eat your lunch after you leave the dance room!


If you are interested in going to Universal Studios with the French Club on February 21st, please see Mrs. Augat in Room F-02 today! Thank you.


And now for the weather: It’s going to be a windy day with a chance for showers and storms after dismissal time. Today’s forecast high calls for 81º under _ partly sunny____ skies. Currently its 67º with gusty southwest winds.


Tuesday, February 14

DSC will be on campus during lunch on 2/15 in the atrium.


American Cancer Society will be on campus during lunch Tuesday in the atrium to talk to all clubs and athletics interested in forming teams for RELAY FOR LIFE. Stop by to pick up your packets and sign your group up.


PLEASE COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE LADY HAWKS BASKETBALL TEAM AS THEY PLAY FPC IN THE SEMI REGIONAL FINALS!!! THE LADY HAWKS ARE NOW IN THE SWEET 16 AND NEED YOUR SUPPORT. GAME TIME IS 7 PM. WE WOULD LIKE TO SEE STUDENTS , FACULTY AND STAFF!


Good morning students, faculty and staff. Launch Credit Union is open Tuesdays and Wednesdays at lunch. Come TODAY with five dollars and receive a free gift when you open an account!


Juniors interested in participating in the Mr. and Miss contest need to pick up an application from Ms. Rocco in students services or Ms. Cicciarelli in the auditorium. Space is limited so make sure to pick up your application today.


Opening night for “Into the Woods” will be this Friday, Feb 17th at 7pm. Additional show dates are Feb 18th , 24th , 25th , and a matinee at 2:30 on Feb 26th . Student tickets are $10 and may be purchased at the door. This is a production not to be missed!


Students starting Tuesday Feb 14th the theatre department will be selling tickets for our in-school showcase of “Into the Woods” on Monday Feb 20th during 6th and 7th period. In order to attend you must pick up a permission form which must be signed by your teachers before you can purchase your $5 ticket. Forms can be picked up from Ms. Rocco in the activities office, Ms. Cicciarelli in the auditorium, the main atrium during lunch or from a member of the cast or crew. Permission forms should be available this afternoon. Space is limited to get your form as soon as possible.


NHS will meet at lunch tomorrow , Wednesday, in the dance room. Please plan to eat your lunch AFTER you sign your new contract and not in the dance room.


Buy your Valentine candygram today for that special somebody! The Class of 2019 is selling candygrams during lunch in the main and freshman atriums for just $1.00 each. Buy yours today.


Monday, February 13

Spruce Creek Sand Volleyball is officially on the map. Spruce Creek fielded 6 teams of 2, each of got wins under their belts. 3 of the 6 teams took wins with Erica Brok and Hallie Huth going undefeated, Aliyah Fredette-Huffman and Sophia Miranda taking 1st in the Bronze division. And Ashlyn Ritz and Alex Chaney taking 1st in the copper division. Great job all!


The Spruce Creek Boys Weightlifting Team remained undefeated for the season improving their record to 3-0-1. They defeated Harmony High School 51 to 38 and tied St. Cloud High School 45 to 45. The following lifters won their individual weight class against either Harmony or St. Cloud. Joey Forzanti, Tommy Gross, Vinnie Sneed, Tien Bui, Nick Yeager, Derek Beauchamp, Ryan Shelton. Great job by all lifters!


What did you do this weekend? Did it involve random acts of kindness? Did you see a fellow hawk being kind? If so, we want to make sure that we acknowledge you. Make sure to stop by the activities office to get a kindness coin. Once it is in your hands, try to spot another Hawk showing kindness and pass it along to them. It’s up to you to keep these moving until everyone on campus has a kindness coin.


Anyone planning to participate in the first Spruce Creek Maker Faire should have their applications turned in to Mrs. Allen in room B-15 by the end of the school day on Monday February 13th. Applications can still be picked up in the Main Office, the Media Center, and outside room B-15.


Writers Ink is accepting submissions of writing and artwork for Spruce Creek’s literary magazine Amalgamations from now until March 6, 2017. All submissions must be your own original work. Please bring your submissions to Room F-06 or submit your original art or writing online at http:// bit.ly/ 2iVlqh3.


American Cancer Society will be on campus during lunch Tuesday in the atrium to talk to all clubs and athletics interested in forming teams for RELAY FOR LIFE. Stop by to pick up your packets and sign your group up.


Juniors interested in participating in the Mr. and Miss contest need to pick up an application from Ms. Rocco in students services or Ms. Cicciarelli in the auditorium. Space is limited so make sure to pick up your application today.


Opening night for “Into the Woods” will be this Friday, Feb 17th at 7pm. Additional show dates are Feb 18th , 24th , 25th , and a matinee at 2:30 on Feb 26th . Student tickets are $10 and may be purchased at the door. This is a production not to be missed!


Students starting Tuesday Feb 14th the theatre department will be selling tickets for our in-school showcase of “Into the Woods” on Monday Feb 20th during 6th and 7th period. In order to attend you must pick up a permission form which must be signed by your teachers before you can purchase your $5 ticket. Forms can be picked up from Ms. Rocco in the activities office, Ms. Cicciarelli in the auditorium, the main atrium during lunch or from a member of the cast or crew. Permission forms should be available this afternoon. Space is limited to get your form as soon as possible.


Buy your Valentine candygram today for that special somebody! The Class of 2019 is selling candygrams during lunch in the main and freshman atriums for just $1.00 each. Buy yours today.


Key Club will be selling Valentine's Day carnations with candy and a personalized note for $2 from February 8th through February 13th at lunch in the Main Atrium. Flowers will be delivered to their recipients’ second period class on February 14th.


And now for the weather: Today’s forecast high calls for a comfortable 73º under mostly cloudy skies. Currently its 67º with calm winds.


Friday, February 10

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE LADY HAWKS GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM AS THEY DEFEATED WINTER SPRINGS 50-38 IN THE REGIONAL QUARTER FINALS. THE LADY HAWKS HAVE ADVANCED AND WILL PLAY FLAGLER PALM COAST HERE AT THE NEST ON FEBRUARY 14, 2017 AT 7 PM. GREAT JOB LADY HAWKS!


Yesterday all three Creek jazz bands performed at the Florida Bandmasters Association District Jazz Music Performance Assessment at Seminole HS. All three bands played wonderfully and earned superior ratings from all three of their judges! Congratulations to the members of the jazz bands for this impressive accomplishment.


What a great start to our Kindness Campaign here at Creek. We would like to recognize a few students who have gone the extra mile in the past few days. All of these young men are part of the our Track and Field team. Luke Bryan, Cody Carrier, Serrat Nong, Byron Hitson, Trent Provenzano and Jake LaFond stopped during their team run to help a stranded driver and changed her flat tire. We would also like to mention Luke Kathman for finding a wallet full of cash and riding his bike all the way back to campus to make sure it was given to the rightful owner. Way to go Men! Thanks for being a great example to your fellow Hawks!


IF YOU ARE TAKING THE ACT ON TOMORROW YOU MUST HAVE A PICTURE ID AND AN ADMISSION TICKET IN ORDER TO BE ADMITTED. YOU MAY NO LONGER BE IDENTIFIED BY STAFF WHO KNOWS YOU. PLEASE BRING A CALCULATOR BECAUSE WE DO NOT HAVE ANY TO LOAN. ALSO, YOU MUST REMAIN FOR THE ENTIRE TEST. IF YOU ONLY NEED READING PORTION YOU HAVE TO STAY UNTIL THE END.


A few months ago, one of our seniors, Kayne Finley was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Kayne is a member of our swimming and dive team and also played volleyball for creek. We are having a FUNdraiser for Kayne on February 11th at the Ormond Beach YMCA from 3pm to 5pm. We would like to invite all Hawks, family members and friends to this event. There are several flyers hanging around campus with information about the event, or stop by the activities office with any questions you might have.


Want CPR Certification? All you need to do is pay $20 to Ms. Green in room B3 and attend the learning session on Friday, February 24 at 3-8 PM here at Creek. Dinner will be provided! This is sponsored by Creek's National Honor Society.


American Cancer Society will be on campus during lunch Tuesday in the atrium to talk to all clubs and athletics interested in forming teams for RELAY FOR LIFE. Stop by to pick up your packets and sign your group up.


Juniors interested in participating in the Mr. and Miss contest need to pick up an application from Ms. Rocco in students services or Ms. Cicciarelli in the auditorium. Space is limited so make sure to pick up your application today.


Family, Career, Community, leaders of America will be hosting a Valentines Day Bash, and demo by Jasmine Dasouki (Da-soo-key).. Tickets are $1.00, and can be bought in room D-12 or from any FCCLA member between now and February 10th. Door prizes will be available.


Buy your Valentine candygram today for that special somebody! The Class of 2019 is selling candygrams during lunch in the main and freshman atriums for just $1.00 each. Buy yours today.


Key Club will be selling Valentine's Day carnations with candy and a personalized note for $2 from February 8th through February 13th at lunch in the Main Atrium. Flowers will be delivered to their recipients’ second period class on February 14th.


And now for the weather: We’re off to a chilly start this morning. Currently its 50º with light winds. Today’s forecast calls for 69 º and sunny skies. This weekend will be prove to be just as nice with temperatures in the upper 70s and plenty of sunshine.


We would like to wish Ms. Brooke Adkins a Big Happy Birthday today. Stop by and wish her well on this big day!


Thursday, February 9

Today is the kick off to Spruce Creek High Schools Kindness Campaign. We want to encourage all of you to take part by doing random acts of kindness throughout the month of February. Open doors for your fellow students, volunteer to clear the table at lunch for your friends or share a smile. Remember there is no limit to the kind things you could do and no gesture is too small. Take advantage of the Hawks of Kindness stations posted around campus, take a hawk from the folder and write a few kind words to a teacher , friend or even a stranger. We want all Hawks to GET CAUGHT BEING KIND!


Don’t forget Teacher supply drive. PAC members will be in the parent pick up loop to collect your donations.


Seniors:- tomorrow is the last day to purchase Grad Bash Tickets.


Students who do not have a 2nd period on campus can pick up their midterm grade report in the Guidance Office.


A few months ago, one of our seniors, Kayne Finley was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Kayne is a member of our swimming and dive team and also played volleyball for creek. We are having a FUNdraiser for Kayne on February 11th at the Ormond Beach YMCA from 3pm to 5pm. We would like to invite all Hawks, family members and friends to this event. There are several flyers hanging around campus with information about the event, or stop by the activities office with any questions you might have.


Reminder State Science Fair delegates: there is a mandatory meeting in D-03 at 6:00 pm on Thursday, February 9. Bring completed forms, t-shirt and field trip money. You and/or a parent MUST attend this meeting.


Family, Career, Community, leaders of America will be hosting a Valentines Day Bash, and demo by Jasmine Dasouki (Da-soo-key).. Tickets are $1.00, and can be bought in room D-12 or from any FCCLA member between now and February 10th. Door prizes will be available.


Kung Hee Faht Choi! It's the Chinese New Year of the Rooster 4715! The Asian Association welcomes you to our special Chinese New Year festivities on Thursday, February 9th at lunch in G-01. We are collectng school supplies for PAC's LOVE YOUR TEACHER effort, so come with supplies for our service project! See you Thursday in G-01 at lunch!


The Daytona Waverunners professional Woman's football team is looking for marketing interns at local high schools and colleges in our area. We are offering internships to help promote all aspects for the Waverunners team. A commission per transaction will be paid for your personal efforts. The league has been in existence for 15 + years. with 42 teams as of last June. We are also recruiting Females 18 and over to play with no age limit and if a prospective player wants to play and has no experience, we teach! The 2017 season begins the beginning of April and it is an 8 game season with 4 home games and 4 away games. The Waverunners can be found at www. daytonawaverunners .com, also on Facebook under Daytona Waverunners Team Page. Any questions please email call 386-299-8074.


Buy your Valentine candygram today for that special somebody! The Class of 2019 is selling candygrams during lunch in the main and freshman atriums for just $1.00 each. Buy yours today. Key Club will be selling Valentine's Day carnations with candy and a personalized note for $2 from February 8th through February 13th at lunch in the Main Atrium. Flowers will be delivered to their recipients’ second period class on February 14th.


And now for the weather: After a warm cloudy morning, skies should clear for this afternoon. . but don’t put your sweaters away yet. We’ll be back in the upper 40s tomorrow morning. Today’s high will be 78º. Currently its 72º and breezy.


Wednesday, February 8

The Southeast Regional Scholastic Writing Awards have been announced. Congratulations to Emma Yanus (Yon-us), who received four Silver Keys in poetry and an Honorable Mention for her portfolio; Naomi Overby, who received three Silver Keys in poetry; Emily Mckenney, who received an Honorable Mention for poetry and a Gold Key for her poem “Revelations” which will now advance to the National Competition; and Hilana Said (Sah-eed), who won a Silver Key in poetry and a Gold Key for her Writing Portfolio, which will now advance to the National Competition. Congratulations Spruce Creek writers!!


Yesterday all three of the Creek Jazz Bands traveled to UNF to performing in the Koger/Matteson Jazz Festival. Each band played very well and learned a lot from the world-class faculty.


In addition, members of the band received some recognition awards including an Honorable Mention Soloist award to Jose Lora and the award for Outstanding Trumpet Section went to the Creek 12 O'clock trumpets (Nate Green, Hamish Pierpont, Adam Ellis, John Gray, and Zach Blum). Congratulations to these students on their musical accomplishments!


Students who do not have a 2nd period on campus can pick up their midterm grade report in the Guidance Office.


IF YOU ARE TAKING THE ACT THIS SATURDAY YOU MUST HAVE A PICTURE ID AND AN ADMISSION TICKET IN ORDER TO BE ADMITTED. YOU MAY NO LONGER BE IDENTIFIED BY STAFF WHO KNOWS YOU. PLEASE BRING A CALCULATOR BECAUSE WE DO NOT HAVE ANY TO LOAN. ALSO, YOU MUST REMAIN FOR THE ENTIRE TEST. IF YOU ONLY NEED READING PORTION YOU HAVE TO STAY UNTIL THE END.


A few months ago, one of our seniors, Kayne Finley was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Kayne is a member of our swimming and dive team and also played volleyball for creek. We are having a FUNdraiser for Kayne on February 11th at the Ormond Beach YMCA from 3pm to 5pm. We would like to invite all Hawks, family members and friends to this event. There are several flyers hanging around campus with information about the event, or stop by the activities office with any questions you might have.


Come out tonight & support our Varsity Boys Basketball team as they play in the District Semi-finals at 7pm. Spruce Creek vs Deland tonight, here at home. FPC plays Sandalwood here at Spruce Creek also tonight at 530. The winner of each game will play for the District Championship Friday night. Come out & show your support tonight! Tickets are $6, Go Hawks!


Reminder State Science Fair delegates: there is a mandatory meeting in D-03 at 6:00 pm on Thursday, February 9. Bring completed forms, t-shirt and field trip money. You and/or a parent MUST attend this meeting.


Want CPR Certification? All you need to do is pay $20 to Ms. Green in room B3 and attend the learning session on Friday, February 24 at 3-8 PM here at Creek. Dinner will be provided! This is sponsored by Creek's National Honor Society.


Family, Career, Community, leaders of America will be hosting a Valentines Day Bash, and demo by Jasmine Dasouski (Da-soo-key). Tickets are $1.00, and can be bought in room D-12 or from any FCCLA member between now and February 10th. Door prizes will be available.


The Daytona Waverunners professional Woman's football team is looking for marketing interns at local high schools and colleges in our area. We are offering internships to help promote all aspects for the Waverunners team. A commission per transaction will be paid for your personal efforts. The league has been in existence for 15 + years. with 42 teams as of last June. We are also recruiting Females 18 and over to play with no age limit and if a prospective player wants to play and has no experience, we teach! The 2017 season begins the beginning of April and it is an 8 game season with 4 home games and 4 away games. The Waverunners can be found at www. daytonawaverunners .com, also on Facebook under Daytona Waverunners Team Page. Any questions please email call 386-299-8074.


Buy your Valentine candygram today for that special somebody! The Class of 2019 is selling candygrams during lunch in the main and freshman atriums for just $1.00 each. Buy yours today.


Key Club will be selling Valentine's Day carnations with candy and a personalized note for $2 from February 8th through February 13th at lunch in the Main Atrium. Flowers will be delivered to their recipients’ second period class on February 14th.


And now for the weather: Parts of Port Orange got nearly ½ an inch of rain last night. We’ll have another chance for showers today. The forecast high calls for 82º with a mix of sun and clouds and breezy out of the southwest.


Tuesday, February 7

Congratulations to the following vocal music students who earned superior ratings at the district Music Performance Assessment at Deland High School this past weekend. Crystall Fuller, vocal solo; Autumn Rundall, vocal solo; Rhea Ailiani, vocal solo; Sara Skinner, vocal solo; Autumn Rundall and Rhea Ailani, vocal duet.


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE LADY HAWKS BASKETBALL TEAM FOR WINNING THE DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP ON FRIDAY NIGHT AGAINST FPC. THE LADY HAWKS WILL ADVANCE TO REGIONALS THIS THURSDAY NIGHT HERE AGAINST WINTER SPRINGS. GAME TIME IS 7:00PM. PLEASE COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE GBB TEAM.


IF YOU ARE TAKING THE ACT THIS SATURDAY YOU MUST HAVE A PICTURE ID AND AN ADMISSION TICKET IN ORDER TO BE ADMITTED. YOU MAY NO LONGER BE IDENTIFIED BY STAFF WHO KNOWS YOU. PLEASE BRING A CALCULATOR BECAUSE WE DO NOT HAVE ANY TO LOAN. ALSO, YOU MUST REMAIN FOR THE ENTIRE TEST. IF YOU ONLY NEED READING PORTION YOU HAVE TO STAY UNTIL THE END.


The AMC test will be administered in G-3 Tuesday Feb 7th at 3:00. If you did not pay to take the test earlier you may pay $10 in cash at the time of the test. See Mrs. Deamer if you have any questions.


The February PAC meeting is tomorrow at 5:30 pm in the Media Center. We invite all parents to come to the meeting to see how they can get involved and help our school.


Grad bash tickets are on sale in the activities office now through February 10 the Make sure to have completed form along with cash or check to purchase your ticket. All obligations must be satisfied before you can secure your spot. See Mrs. Rocco for more information.


A few months ago, one of our seniors, Kayne Finley was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Kayne is a member of our swimming and dive team and also played volleyball for creek. We are having a FUNdraiser for Kayne on February 11th at the Ormond Beach YMCA from 3pm to 5pm. We would like to invite all Hawks, family members and friends to this event. There are several flyers hanging around campus with information about the event, or stop by the activities office with any questions you might have.


This week starts guys volleyball tryouts. Each guy wanting to tryout must have a physical. Open gyms will be 6-7:30 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday this week. Tryouts will start Tuesday during lunch in the gym and Wednesday and Thursday from 3:30-5 p.m. Please be in gym at the beginning of each practice with paperwork completed. For any additional questions, please see Coach Swayze.


Family, Career, Community, leaders of America will be hosting a Valentines Day Bash, and demo by Jasmine Dasouki (Da-soo-key).. Tickets are $1.00, and can be bought in room D-12 or from any FCCLA member between now and February 10th. Door prizes will be available.


Kung Hee Faht Choi! It's the Chinese New Year of the Rooster 4715! The Asian Association welcomes you to our special Chinese New Year festivities on Thursday, February 9th at lunch in G-01. We are collectng school supplies for PAC's LOVE YOUR TEACHER effort, so come with supplies for our service project! See you Thursday in G-01 at lunch!


The Daytona Waverunners professional Woman's football team is looking for marketing interns at local high schools and colleges in our area. We are offering internships to help promote all aspects for the Waverunners team. A commission per transaction will be paid for your personal efforts. The league has been in existence for 15 + years. with 42 teams as of last June. We are also recruiting Females 18 and over to play with no age limit and if a prospective player wants to play and has no experience, we teach! The 2017 season begins the beginning of April and it is an 8 game season with 4 home games and 4 away games. The Waverunners can be found at www. daytonawaverunners .com, also on Facebook under Daytona Waverunners Team Page. Any questions please call 386-299-8074.


Buy your Valentine candygram today for that special somebody! The Class of 2019 is selling candygrams during lunch in the main and freshman atriums for just $1.00 each. Buy yours today. And now for the weather: We’re off to a cool start this morning, but there’s a chance for showers and thunderstorms later this afternoon and evening. Today’s forecast high calls for a warm 81º under mostly sunny skies with cloudy conditions after school today.


Monday, February 6

Congratulations to the following vocal music students who earned superior ratings at the district Music Performance Assessment at Deland High School this past weekend. Crystall Fuller, vocal solo Autumn Rundall, vocal solo Rhea Ailiani, vocal solo Sara Skinner, vocal solo . Autumn Rundall and Rhea Ailani, vocal duet. Grad bash tickets are on sale in the activities office now through February 10 the Make sure to have completed form along with cash or check to purchase your ticket. All obligations must be satisfied before you can secure your spot. See Mrs. Rocco for more information.


A few months ago, one of our seniors, Kayne Finley was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Kayne is a member of our swimming and dive team and also played volleyball for creek. We are having a FUNdraiser for Kayne on February 11th at the Ormond Beach YMCA from 3pm to 5pm. We would like to invite all Hawks, family members and friends to this event. There are several flyers hanging around campus with information about the event, or stop by the activities office with any questions you might have.


The Daytona Waverunners professional Woman's football team is looking for marketing interns at local high schools and colleges in our area. We are offering internships to help promote all aspects for the Waverunners team. A commission per transaction will be paid for your personal efforts. The league has been in existence for 15 + years. with 42 teams as of last June. We are also recruiting Females 18 and over to play with no age limit and if a prospective player wants to play and has no experience, we teach! The 2017 season begins the beginning of April and it is an 8 game season with 4 home games and 4 away games. The Waverunners can be found at www.daytonawaverunners.com, also on Facebook under Daytona Waverunners Team Page. Any questions please email call 386-299-8074.


This week starts guys volleyball tryouts. Each guy wanting to tryout must have a physical. Open gyms will be 6-7:30 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday this week. Tryouts will start Tuesday during lunch in the gym and Wednesday and Thursday from 3:30-5 p.m. Please be in gym at the beginning of each practice with paperwork completed. For any additional questions, please see Coach Swayze.


Writers Ink is accepting submissions of writing and artwork for Spruce Creek’s literary magazine Amalgamations from now until March 6, 2017. All submissions must be your own original work. Please bring your submissions to Room F-06.


Time to mark your calendars. The performing arts department will be presenting the musical “Into the Woods” by Stephen Sondheim this month. Show dates will be Feb 17th ,18th , 24th ,25th and 26th. Student tickets are $10. This is a show not to be missed.


Family, Career, Community, leaders of America will be hosting a Valentines Day Bash, and demo by Jasmine Dasouki (Da-soo-key).. Tickets are $1.00, and can be bought in room D-12 or from any FCCLA member between now and February 10th. Door prizes will be available.


Buy your Valentine candygram today for that special somebody! The Class of 2019 is selling candygrams during lunch in the main and freshman atriums for just $1.00 each. Buy yours today. And now for the weather: We’re starting off the day cool and foggy. Today’s forecast high calls for a balmy74º under mostly sunny skies. Currently its 51º with calm winds.


Friday, February 3

Congratulations to ten of our Visual Art students who will be honored tomorrow in Jacksonville for their achievements in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards ceremony and exhibition. Honorable mention winners: Taylor Foulkrod, Tejas Man-trip-ragada, and Tresa Buquicchio. Silver Key winners: Danielle Jaffe, and Hannah Casey and Gold Key winners: Skylar Theis, Wendy Tran, Natasha Fenga, Carlyn Muldowney and Julia Wakefield. Great work Art Hawks!


The Girls Weightlifting Team placed second in the state yesterday. The Hawk Ironwomen, did an awesome job, with two individual state champions. Ruth Boone and Summer Dario-Rivera won individual state championships in their respective weight classes. Congratulations to the whole team; Carly Newsome, Anna Carter, Summer Dario-Rivera, Rachel Gregory, Haily Jones, Natalie Daniellee, Ruth Boone, Kendall Cowan, Kirstan Menello, and Amanda Kanawall for their great effort.


Grad bash tickets are on sale in the activities office now through February 10 the Make sure to have completed form along with cash or check to purchase your ticket. All obligations must be satisfied before you can secure your spot. See Mrs. Rocco for more information.


DSC will be on campus during lunch on 2/3 in the atrium.


A few months ago, one of our seniors, Kayne Finley was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Kayne is a member of our swimming and dive team and also played volleyball for creek. We are having a FUNdraiser for Kayne on February 11th at the Ormond Beach YMCA from 3pm to 5pm. We would like to invite all Hawks, family members and friends to this event. There are several flyers hanging around campus with information about the event, or stop by the activities office with any questions you might have.


COME OUT TONIGHT TO SUPPORT YOUR SPRUCE CREEK HAWKS - BOYS BASKETBALL TEAMS AT HOME! HUGE RIVALRY GAME. SPRUCE CREEK VS ATLANTIC TONIGHT - FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3RD. JV GAME AT 5:30PM AND VARSITY AT 7PM. BE HERE EARLY!THIS IS OUR LAST REGULAR SEASON GAME. BOYS BASKETBALL AT 5:30 & 7 PM. SEE YOU TONIGHT RIGHT HERE AT CREEK! DISTRICTS WILL START NEXT WEEK. THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT. GO HAWKS!


Don’t miss the latest edition of Spruce Creek A.M., now available on our channel on YouTube, SCHSHawkTV. This episode features coverage of women’s weightlifting, soccer, Poetry Out Loud, and more. Stream it today!


Juniors interesting in participating in the Mr. and Miss Contest please stop by the auditorium or activities office to pick up an application. Applications are due Feb 21st. Auditions will be Feb 28th. Any questions please see Mrs. Cicciarelli.


Theatre Club members important meeting this Friday in the auditorium. Those planning on doing tech for the production need to be in attendance and at rehearsal on Friday. Time to mark your calendars. The performing arts department will be presenting the musical “Into the Woods” by Stephen Sondheim this month. Show dates will be Feb 17th ,18th , 24th ,25th and 26th. Student tickets are $10. This is a show not to be missed.


Family, Career, Community, leaders of America will be hosting a Valentines Day Bash, and demo by Jasmine Dasouki (Da-soo-key).. Tickets are $1.00, and can be bought in room D-12 or from any FCCLA member between now and February 10th. Door prizes will be available.


The Spruce Creek Bands would like to invite you to attend a baked ziti dinner at the Port Orange Eagles Club on Saturday, February 4 from 5:00-9:30pm. The dinner costs $10 and there will be entertainment provided by the SCHS Jazz Bands. Proceeds from this event will help benefit scholarships for the Germany/Austria/France trip in December 2017. We hope that our faculty and students will come and support this event.


Buy your Valentine candygram today for that special somebody! The Class of 2019 is selling candygrams during lunch in the main and freshman atriums for just $1.00 each. Buy yours today.


Thursday, February 2

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE LADY HAWKS BASKETBALL TEAM FOR THEIR WIN OVER MAADERIN HS IN THE FIRST ROUND OF DISTRICT PLAY. THE SCORE WAS 73-27. ALL PLAYERS CONTRIBUTED TO THIS VICTORY. THE TEAM WILL PLAY FLAGLER PALM COAST FOR THE DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP ON FRIDAY NIGHT AT FPC. GAME TIME IS 7 PM.


CONGRATS TO THE VARSITY BOYS SOCCER TEAM FOR THEIR EXCITING 3-2 VICTORY OVER SANDALWOOD WEDNESDAY NIGHT. THE HAWKS CAME BACK FROM A 2-1 SECOND HALF DEFICIT AND WILL MOVE ON THE REGION SEMIFINAL THIS SATURDAY. THE HAWKS PLAY DELAND AT 7PM HERE AT ICI STADIUM. THE FIRST 100 STUDENTS DRESSED IN SCHOOL COLORS WILL BE ADMITTED FOR FREE. COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE HAWKS.


IF YOU HAVE REGISTERED TO TAKE THE ACT ON NEXT SATURDAY, YOUR PHOTO MUST BE UPLOADED BY MIDNIGHT TOMORROW NIGHT. PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THERE ARE NO REFUNDS IF YOU DO NOT UPLOAD THE PHOTO FOR YOUR ADMISSION TICKET. IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE WITH UPLOADING YOUR PHOTO YOU CAN SEE MS. JONES IN THE GYM TODAY AND TOMORROW DURING LUNCH. YOU MUST HAVE AN ADMISSION TICKET IN ORDER TO TAKE THE TEST.


Grad bash tickets are on sale in the activities office now through February 10 th Make sure to have completed form along with cash or check to purchase your ticket. All obligations must be satisfied before you can secure your spot. See Mrs. Rocco for more information.


DSC will be on campus during lunch on 2/3 in the atrium.


A few months ago, one of our seniors, Kayne Finley was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Kayne is a member of our swimming and dive team and also played volleyball for creek. We are having a FUNdraiser for Kayne on February 11th at the Ormond Beach YMCA from 3pm to 5pm. We would like to invite all Hawks, family members and friends to this event. There are several flyers hanging around campus with information about the event, or stop by the activities office with any questions you might have.


Family, Career, Community, leaders of America will be hosting a Valentines Day Bash, and demo by Jasmine Dasouki (Da-soo-key).. Tickets are $1.00, and can be bought in room D-12 or from any FCCLA member between now and February 10th. Door prizes will be available.


Juniors interesting in participating in the Mr. and Miss Contest please stop by the auditorium or activities office to pick up an application. Applications are due Feb 21st. Auditions will be Feb 28th. Any questions please see Mrs. Cicciarelli


Theatre Club members important meeting this Friday in the auditorium. Those planning on doing tech for the production need to be in attendance and at rehearsal on Friday.


The Spruce Creek Bands would like to invite you to attend a baked ziti dinner at the Port Orange Eagles Club on Saturday, February 4 from 5:00-9:30pm. The dinner costs $10 and there will be entertainment provided by the SCHS Jazz Bands. Proceeds from this event will help benefit scholarships for the Germany/Austria/France trip in December 2017. We hope that our faculty and students will come and support this event.


And now for the weather: It’s going to be another beautiful day over The Creek . Today’s forecast high calls for 75º under blue skies. Currently its 52º with calm winds.


Wednesday, February 1

Congratulations!, Our winner for the $50.00 of classroom supplies is Mr. Bosma in C-23. Thanks to everyone who encouraged their students and participated in the Literacy Week activities.


Members of the Volusia County Lifeguards will be on campus today in the main atrium during lunch with information and applications for students interested in working as a lifeguard this summer. Stop by their table and find out more. What a great way to spend your summer, the pay is great and the view is amazing!


Seniors, Grad Bash tickets are now on sale. You may purchase your ticket in the activities office before school, during lunch and after school from now until February 10th. Make sure to have your permission forms completed.


A few months ago, one of our seniors, Kayne Finley was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Kayne is a member of our swimming and dive team and also played volleyball for creek. We are having a FUNdraiser for Kayne on February 11th at the Ormond Beach YMCA from 3pm to 5pm. We would like to invite all Hawks, family members and friends to this event. There are several flyers hanging around campus with information about the event, or stop by the activities office with any questions you might have.


IT’S SENIOR NIGHT FOR BOYS BASKETBALL! COME OUT TONIGHT, WEDNESDAY, AS BOYS BASKETBALL RECOGNIZES OUR FIVE SENIORS: JERRY ANTOINE, HAYDEN BIERI, REECE MOHAMMED, ZACH SMITH, AND BRYAN RERKO AT OUR HOME GAME VS. SEABREEZE. SENIOR INTRODUCTIONS WILL START PRIOR TO THE VARSITY GAME. GAME TIMES ARE 5:30PM FOR JV AND 7;00PM FOR VARSITY. CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR SENIORS!


Family, Career, Community, leaders of America will be hosting a Valentines Day Bash, and demo by Jasmine Dasouki (Da-soo-key).. Tickets are $1.00, and can be bought in room D-12 or from any FCCLA member between now and February 10th. Door prizes will be available.


Tuesday, January 31

On Saturday, January 28, 45 of Spruce Creek’s dedicated Latin students travelled to Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy in Melbourne, and brought home 38 awards. Congratulations to the following first place winners: Emily Childress, Heptathlon 2; Kendall Cowan, 1st in Survivor; E.J. Dietrich, History of the Roman Empire 1; Devin Francis, 2-D Nongraphic Art; Kat Libby, Derivatives 1. Special mention to Joe Fausey, Kat Libby, and Sara Parsons who won multiple creative and academic awards. Now it’s on to the National Latin Exam, World Language Festival, and State Forum. For a complete breakdown of Creek’s regional awards, please visit sprucecreeklatinclub . weebly .com .


ATTENTION SENIORS - REMEMBER TO PICK UP YOUR GRAD BASH PERMISSION FORM IN THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE TODAY SO YOU HAVE TIME TO GET IT SIGNED. YOU MUST HAVE ALL OBLIGATIONS PAID AND DETENTIONS SERVED IN ORDER TO PURCHASE A GRAD BASH TICKET, SO BE SURE TO CLEAR THESE BEFORE THE TICKET DEADLINE. GRAD BASH TICKETS WILL BE SOLD FEBRUARY 1ST THRU FEBRUARY 10TH BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL AND DURING LUNCH ONLY. YOU MUST PRESENT YOUR COMPLETED FORMS AND SENIOR ID ALONG WITH YOUR CASH OR CHECK. IF YOU WISH TO RIDE THE BUS WITH YOUR FRIENDS MAKE SURE TO SIGN UP AT THE SAME TIME. SEE MRS. ROCCO IN ACTIVITIES FOR MORE INFORMATION.


A few months ago, one of our seniors, Kayne Finley was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Kayne is a member of our swimming and dive team and also played volleyball for creek. We are having a FUNdraiser for Kayne on February 11th at the Ormond Beach YMCA from 3pm to 5pm. We would like to invite all Hawks, family members and friends to this event. There are several flyers hanging around campus with information about the event, or stop by the activities office with any questions you might have.


Members of the Volusia County Lifeguards will be on campus Wednesday in the main atrium during lunch with information and applications for students interested in working as a lifeguard this summer. Stop by their table and find out more. What a great way to spend your summer, the pay is great and the view is amazing!


Today the Oneblood bus will be here in the back parking lot. If you haven’t signed up and you are 17 or 18 years old all you need is a photo ID to donate.


COME OUT AND SHOW YOUR SCHOOL SPIRIT TONIGHT AT 7PM AS THE VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER TEAM HOSTS RIVAL FPC IN THE REGION SEMIFINAL. WE ARE GIVING OUT FREE TICKETS TO THE FIRST 100 STUDENTS WHO COME DRESSED TO SHOW SOME SERIOUS SCHOOL SPIRIT. TICKETS WILL BE FIRST COME FIRST SERVE AND FOR STUDENTS ONLY SO PLEASE HAVE YOUR ID. YOU MUST BE DECKED OUT IN SCHOOL COLORS TO RECEIVE A FREE TICKET. PLEASE SUPPORT OUR UNDEFEATED LADY HAWKS AT THIS HISTORIC PLAYOFF MATCH.


There will be a boys’ volleyball meeting during lunch today in the gym. If you plan on trying out next week please try to make this meeting.


Hello Spruce Creek, The parent advisory committee is asking you to help our teachers by donating items such as hand sanitizer, dry erase markers, aaa batteries, loose leaf paper, copy paper, band aids, facial tissues, sharpies, cap erasers and red pens during our annual teacher supply drive. We will begin collections after school in the parent pick up loop. Monday, February 6th through Friday, February 10th. You can also drop off the items at the main office. Thank you for your support our teachers.


The Spruce Creek Club for Autism Awareness and Acceptance is up and running! We are meeting every Wednesday at lunch in Portable 2. We are all about building awareness, promoting acceptance, and celebrating uniqueness! All Hawks welcome, and for now, please grab some lunch and bring it out to the portable on Wednesdays. Respecting sensory needs, we keep the lights low, the doors open if there's a nice breeze, and voices at a level 1!


Family, Career, Community, leaders of America will be hosting a Valentines Day Bash, and demo by Jasmine Dasouki (Da-soo-key). Tickets are $1.00, and can be bought in room D-12 or from any FCCLA member between now and February 10th. Door prizes will be available.


And now for the weather: It was a cold morning today, but we’ll be warming up for the rest of the week. Today’s forecast high calls for 70º and sunny skies. Currently its 41º with calm winds.


Volunteers are STILL needed to help collect donated items from parents in the Parent Pickup Loop. (There have been NO volunteer responses for the 6th -10th) please help with this worthwhile and teacher appreciated activity. Monday – Friday, February 6th – 10th at 2:15 p.m. (Wednesday 1:15 early release). Please reply to this email if you are willing to help.


Monday, January 30

Congratulations to everyone who participated in the Tomoka regional science fair. Special congratulations to Laura Babiceanu the $2000 DiVinci award winner , our $100 first place winners: Sonia Khan, Nabia Ahmed, Areebah Ahmed, Gigi Chehatli, Soyayla Elded, brenna Miller, Gabrielle Adekunle, Grace Liu, Tiffany Wu, Julia Yu, Ashley Ahmed, Justin Singh and Joann Zhao.


ATTENTION SENIORS - REMEMBER TO PICK UP YOUR GRAD BASH PERMISSION FORM IN THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE TODAY SO YOU HAVE TIME TO GET IT SIGNED. YOU MUST HAVE ALL OBLIGATIONS PAID AND DETENTIONS SERVED IN ORDER TO PURCHASE A GRAD BASH TICKET, SO BE SURE TO CLEAR THESE BEFORE THE TICKET DEADLINE. GRAD BASH TICKETS WILL BE SOLD FEBRUARY 1ST THRU FEBRUARY 10TH BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL AND DURING LUNCH ONLY. YOU MUST PRESENT YOUR COMPLETED FORMS AND SENIOR ID ALONG WITH YOUR CASH OR CHECK. IF YOU WISH TO RIDE THE BUS WITH YOUR FRIENDS MAKE SURE TO SIGN UP AT THE SAME TIME. SEE MRS. ROCCO IN ACTIVITIES FOR MORE INFORMATION.


A few months ago, one of our seniors, Kayne Finley was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Kayne is a member of our swimming and dive team and also played volleyball for creek. We are having a FUNdraiser for Kayne on February 11th at the Ormond Beach YMCA from 3pm to 5pm. We would like to invite all Hawks, family members and friends to this event. There are several flyers hanging around campus with information about the event, or stop by the activities office with any questions you might have.


Members of the Volusia County Lifeguards will be on campus Wednesday in the main atrium during lunch with information and applications for students interested in working as a lifeguard this summer. Stop by their table and find out more. What a great way to spend your summer, the pay is great and the view is amazing!


COME OUT AND SHOW YOUR SCHOOL SPIRIT TUESDAY NIGHT AT 7PM AS THE VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER TEAM HOSTS RIVAL FPC IN THE REGION SEMIFINAL. WE ARE GIVING OUT FREE TICKETS TO THE FIRST 100 STUDENTS WHO COME DRESSED TO SHOW SOME SERIOUS SCHOOL SPIRIT. TICKETS WILL BE FIRST COME FIRST SERVE AND FOR STUDENTS ONLY SO PLEASE HAVE YOUR ID. YOU MUST BE DECKED OUT IN SCHOOL COLORS TO RECEIVE A FREE TICKET. PLEASE SUPPORT OUR UNDEFEATED LADY HAWKS AT THIS HISTORIC PLAYOFF MATCH.


Hello Spruce Creek, The parent advisory committee is asking you to help our teachers by donating items such as hand sanitizer, dry erase markers, aa batteries, loose leaf paper, copy paper, band aids, facial tissues, sharpies, cap erasers and red pens during our annual teacher supply drive. We will begin collections after school in the parent pick up loop. Monday, February 6th through Friday, February 10th. You can also drop off the items at the main office. Thank you for your support our teachers.


It is blood drive time! Tomorrow the One Blood Bus will be here. If you are 16 years old or older you can help save lives. Please stop by the blood drive table in the main atrium for more information.


The Spruce Creek Club for Autism Awareness and Acceptance is up and running! We are meeting every Wednesday at lunch in Portable 2. We are all about building awareness, promoting acceptance, and celebrating uniqueness! All Hawks welcome, and for now, please grab some lunch and bring it out to the portable on Wednesdays. Respecting sensory needs, we keep the lights low, the doors open if there's a nice breeze, and voices at a level 1!


Writers Ink is accepting submissions of writing and artwork for Spruce Creek’s literary magazine Amalgamations from now until March 6, 2017. All submissions must be your own original work. Please bring your submissions to Room F-06 or submit your original art or writing online at http:// bit.ly/ 2iVlqh3.


Family, Career, Community, leaders of America will be hosting a Valentine’s Day Bash, and demo by Jasmine Dasouski. Tickets are $1.00, and can be bought in room D-12 or from any FCCLA member between now and February 10th. Door prizes will be available.


And now for the weather: Bundle up, Hawks! Winter is back for the first half of this week. Today’s forecast high calls for 62º and sunny skies. Currently its 46º with winds out of the north at 8 mph. It’ll be in the upper 30s tomorrow morning, so stay Warm!


FOR SOME REALLY GREAT NEWS- OUR SOCCER TEAMS ARE MAKING THEIR WAY TO THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP! OUR BOYS ARE BACK TO BACK DISTRICT CHAMPS AFTER THEIR SHUT OUT WIN FRIDAY NIGHT AGAINST DELAND. TOMORROW NIGHT OUR DISTRICT CHAMPIONS AND UNDEFEATED GIRLS WILL HOST FLAGLER PALM COAST IN THE REGIONAL SEMI-FINAL. AND ON WEDNESDAY, OUR BOYS WILL HOST REGION QUARTERFINAL AGAINST JACKSONVILLE SANDALWOOD. BOTH GAMES START AT 7 PM. AND…………..WE ARE GIVING OUT FREE TICKETS TO THE FIRST 100 STUDENTS FOR EACH GAME! COME DRESSED TO SHOW SOME SERIOUS SCHOOL SPIRIT. TICKETS WILL BE FIRST COME- FIRST SERVE AND FOR STUDENTS ONLY SO PLEASE HAVE YOUR ID. YOU MUST BE DECKED OUT IN SCHOOL COLORS TO RECEIVE A FREE TICKET. PLEASE SUPPORT OUR LADY HAWKS TOMORROW NIGHT AT THIS HISTORIC PLAYOFF MATCH AND WEDNESDAY JOIN OUR BOYS AS THEY CONTINUE TOWARDS THAT STATE RING. CONGRATULATIONS CREEK SOCCER. LET’S FILL THE BLEACHERS HAWK FAMILY.


Friday, January 27
CONGRATULATIONS TO CREEK BOYS AND GIRLS SOCCER. BOTH TEAMS HAVE ADVANCED TO THE NEXT STEP TOWARDS STATE CHAMPS.  OUR GIRLS WILL PLAY AT HOME TUESDAY NIGHT.  MARK YOUR CALENDARS TO BE HERE TO CHEER THEM ON TO THE SEMI FINALS.
Congratulations to the Papillon (pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble for earning straight Superiors at the Volusia County Dance Performance Assessment this past weekend.  A special congratulations to dancers Ruby Layman and Olivia Lindfors for being chosen to dance with the All-County Ensemble.  Olivia has been chosen All-County all 4 years of her participation!

 

This has been a exciting and successful week of celebrating how literacy changes our world.  Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Howard and Mrs. DeCarlo thank you for your participation.  The winners of the various contest are:  Door Winners, Mrs. Ambrose, Ms. Sarasua and Mrs. Bossardet; Poster Winners, Aaliyah Battle and Zach Hall;  Bookmark Winners, Brandon Dowling, Austin Peters, Anna Boone, Jacob Chiffon, Courtney Delaney,  and Miranda Kiff.

 

 ATTENTION SENIORS - REMEMBER TO PICK UP YOUR GRAD BASH PERMISSION FORM IN THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE TODAY SO YOU HAVE TIME TO GET IT SIGNED .  YOU MUST HAVE ALL OBLIGATIONS PAID AND DETENTIONS SERVED IN ORDER TO PURCHASE A GRAD BASH TICKET, SO BE SURE TO CLEAR THESE BEFORE THE TICKET DEADLINE. GRAD BASH TICKETS WILL BE SOLD FEBRUARY 1ST THRU FEBRUARY 10TH  BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL AND DURING LUNCH ONLY.  YOU MUST PRESENT YOUR COMPLETED FORMS AND SENIOR ID. ALONG WITH YOUR CASH OR CHECK. IF YOU WISH TO RIDE THE BUS WITH YOUR FRIENDS MAKE SURE TO SIGN UP AT THE SAME TIME.  SEE MRS. ROCCO IN ACTIVITIES FOR MORE INFORMATION.

 

A few months ago, one of our seniors, Kayne Finley was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Kayne is a member of our swimming and dive team and  also played volleyball for creek. We are having a FUNdraiser for Kayne on February 11th at the Ormond Beach YMCA  from 3pm to 5pm.  We would like to invite all Hawks, family members and friends to this event.  There are several flyers hanging around campus with information about the event, or stop by the activities office with any questions you might have. 

 

Hello Spruce Creek, The parent advisory committee is asking you to help our teachers by donating items such as hand sanitizer, dry erase markers, aa batteries, loose leaf paper, copy paper, band aids, facial tissues, sharpies, cap erasers and red pens during our annual teacher supply drive. We will begin collections after school in the parent pick up loop. Monday, February 6th  through Friday, February 10th. You can also drop off the items at the main office. Thank you for your support our teachers. 

 

Any one need volunteer hours?  Any former Spruce Creek Elementary Bobcats out there?  January 28th Spruce Creek Elementary is hosting their annual Color Run and they need volunteers!  Jobs to be manned include color throwers, course supervisors, t-shirt hander-outers, and more.  The race is scheduled to run from 8:30-Noon.  If you are interested, please, see Coach Mac for more information.  

 

If you need volunteer hours, we have just the place for you.  KSR Ultimate Martial Arts is looking for student volunteers to mentor kids in their afterschool program. If you are interested,

 

contact Tony at 386-295-0800 or stop by at 4647 South Clyde Morris Blvd. Suite #502, near Ritter’s Ice Cream  and next to Tomoka Brewing Company. 

 

It is blood drive time!  Next Tuesday the One Blood Bus will be here.  If you are 16 years old or older you can help save lives. Please stop by the blood drive table in the main atrium for more information.

 

The Spruce Creek Club for Autism Awareness and Acceptance is back up and running! We are meeting every Wednesday at lunch in Portable 2. We are all about building awareness, promoting acceptance, and celebrating uniqueness! All Hawks welcome, and for now, please grab some lunch and bring it out to the portable on Wednesdays. Respecting sensory needs, we keep the lights low, the doors open if there's a nice breeze, and voices at a level 1!

 

Writers Ink is accepting submissions of writing and artwork for Spruce Creek’s literary magazine Amalgamations from now until March 6, 2017.  All submissions must be your own original work.  Please bring your submissions to Room F-06 or submit your original art or writing online at http:// bit.ly/ 2iVlqh3. That’s bit dot ly slash 2-i-V-L-Q-H-3.  

 

Family, Career, Community, leaders of America will be hosting a Valentines Day Bash, and demo by Jasmine Dasouski. Tickets are $1.00, and can be bought in room D-12 or from any FCCLA member between now and February 10th.  Door prizes will be available.

 

Thursday, January 26
Congratulations to the Papillon (pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble for earning straight Superiors  at the Volusia County Dance Performance Assessment this past weekend.  A special congratulations to dancers Ruby Layman and Olivia Lindfors for being chosen to dance with the All-County Ensemble.  Olivia has been chosen All-County all 4 years of her participation!

 

Hello Spruce Creek, The parent advisory committee is asking you to help our teachers by donating items such as hand sanitizer, dry erase markers, aa batteries, loose leaf paper, copy paper, band aids, facial tissues, sharpies, cap erasers and red pens during our annual teacher supply drive. We will begin collections after school in the parent pick up loop. Monday, February 6th  through Friday, February 10th. You can also drop off the items at the main office. Thank you for your support our teachers. 

 

THE GIRLS AND BOYS BASKETBALL TEAMS WILL PLAY OUR CROSS TOWN RIVALS MAINLAND  BUCCANEERS TODAY AT MAINLAND.  GAME TIMES ARE AS FOLLOWS: GIRLS JV  3:00 PM,  BOYS JV 4:30 PM, VARSITY GIRLS 6:00 PM,  AND VARSITY BOYS7:00PM.

 

It is blood drive time!  Next Tuesday the One Blood Bus will be here.  If you are 16 years old or older you can help save lives. Please stop by the blood drive table in the main atrium for more information.

 

Attention ALL Creek Students: Have you entered your data for the  Spruce Creek Annual Valentine’s match.  Time is running out!  Tomorrow is the LAST DAY.     It’s free to do – Just go to the survey site on signs around the school to complete your survey.  The more of us who do it, the more fun it is!

 

If you need volunteer hours, we have just the place for you.  KSR Ultimate Martial Arts is looking for student volunteers to mentor kids in their afterschool program. If you are interested, contact Tony at 386-295-0800 or stop by at 4647 South Clyde Morris Blvd. Suite #502, near Ritter’s Ice Cream  and next to Tomoka Brewing Company. 

 

Attention ALL Creek Students: Have you entered your data for the  Spruce Creek Annual Valentine’s match.  Time is running out!  Today is the LAST DAY.     It’s free to do – Just go to the survey site on signs around the school to complete your survey.  The more of us who do it, the more fun it is!

Writers Ink is accepting submissions of writing and artwork for Spruce Creek’s literary magazine Amalgamations from now until March 6, 2017.  All submissions must be your own original work.  Please bring your submissions to Room F-06 or submit your original art or writing online at http:// bit.ly/ 2iVlqh3.   

 

Family, Career, Community, leaders of America will be hosting a Valentines Day Bash, and demo by Jasmine Dasouski. Tickets are $1.00, and can be bought in room D-12 or from any FCCLA member between now and February 10th.  Door prizes will be available

 

Wednesday, January 25

Students that signed up for the Construction Career Day field trip this Friday, please make sure you turned in a permission slip to your English teacher or Ms. Rocco in the Activities office. The bus will be here at 7:30 am Friday morning. Remember to wear closed shoes since it will be outdoors. If you are interested in attending, there is still time to pick up a permission form and bring it back to school Thursday, in order for you to attend this wonderful opportunity to learn about the field of construction.


Bicycle riding is fun, healthy, and a great way to be independent. But it is important to remember that a bicycle is not a toy; it’s a vehicle! Due to the frequency of student accidents involving bicycles/walkers and vehicles, we ask that you remember to follow some basic safety tips when you ride. Look for the Bike Safety flyers posted throughout the campus to make sure you in compliance before you take your two wheels for a spin.


Any former Spruce Creek Elementary Bobcats out there? January 28th Spruce Creek Elementary is hosting their annual Color Run and they need volunteers! Jobs to be manned include color throwers, course supervisors, t-shirt hander-outers, and more. The race is scheduled to run from 8:30-Noon. If you are interested, please, see Coach Mac for more information.


If you need volunteer hours, we have just the place for you. KSR Ultimate Martial Arts is looking for student volunteers to mentor kids in their afterschool program. If you are interested, contact Tony at 386-295-0800 or stop by at 4647 South Clyde Morris Blvd. Suite #502, near Ritter’s Ice Cream and next to Tomoka Brewing Company.


Attention ALL Creek Students: Have you entered your data for the Spruce Creek Annual Valentine’s match. Time is running out! It’s free to do – Just go to the survey site on signs around the school to complete your survey. The more of us who do it, the more fun it is!


Writers Ink is accepting submissions of writing and artwork for Spruce Creek’s literary magazine Amalgamations from now until March 6, 2017. All submissions must be your own original work. Please bring your submissions to Room F-06 or submit your original art or writing online at http:// bit.ly/ 2iVlqh3.


Tuesday, January 24

CONGRATS TO THE VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER TEAM FOR WINNING THE DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP FRIDAY NIGHT. THE LADY HAWKS DOMINATED IN A 3-1 VICTORY OVER RIVAL FPC. COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE LADY HAWKS THIS THURSDAY AT HOME AS THEY PLAY IN THE REGION QUARTERFINAL AT 7PM.


Bicycle riding is fun, healthy, and a great way to be independent. But it is important to remember that a bicycle is not a toy; it’s a vehicle! Due to the frequency of student accidents involving bicycles/walkers and vehicles, we ask that you remember to follow some basic safety tips when you ride. Look for the Bike Safety flyers posted throughout the campus to make sure you in compliance before you take your two wheels for a spin.


THE ARMY WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING LUNCH TOMORROW TUESDAY 1/24 DURING STUDENT LUNCH. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT BECOMING A PART OF THE ARMY PLEASE STOP BY THEIR TABLE DURING LUNCH TODAY.


If you need volunteer hours, we have just the place for you. KSR Ultimate Martial Arts is looking for student volunteers to mentor kids in their afterschool program. If you are interested, contact Tony at (386)295-0800 or stop by at 4647 South Clyde Morris Blvd. Suite #502, near Ritter’s Ice Cream and next to Tomoka Brewing Company.


Woohoooo! Literacy is still changing our world! Don't forget that today during lunch is the beginning of our book swap. If you brought in a book to swap join us at lunch time in the Media Center to pick up something new to read. The book swap will remain open until Friday. See you there!


Attention ALL Creek Students: Have you entered your data for the Spruce Creek Annual Valentine’s match – it’s free to do – Just go to the survey site on signs around the school to complete your survey. The more of us who do it, the more fun it is!


Writers Ink is accepting submissions of writing and artwork for Spruce Creek’s literary magazine Amalgamations from now until March 6, 2017. All submissions must be your own original work. Please bring your submissions to Room F-06 or submit your original art or writing online at http:// bit.ly/ 2iVlqh3.


Family, Career, Community, leaders of America will be hosting a Valentine’s Day Bash, and demo by Jasmine Dasouski. Tickets are $1.00, and can be bought in room D-12 or from any FCCLA member between now and February 10th. Door prizes will be available.


Monday, January 23

We would like to recognize four special students for the month of January. Our Scholar of the month is Cody Carrier, the Athlete of the month Nick Masters, Citizen of the month, Maggie Nader and the Hawk of the month for January 2017 is Kevin Olsen.


We would also like to recognize our teachers of the month for both December and January. For teaching technique December- Ms. Nolin and January- Mr. Goldstone, for Educational atmosphere, December Mr. Wofford and January Mr. Keating. For Special Projects, December Mrs. Pringle and January- Major Ochoa and Mr. Platt, our staff member for December is Mrs. Copp and for January, Mrs. Harnage. Our volunteer parent for December- Mrs. Ghaffarian and January- Mrs. Strauss. And our teachers of the month for December Mrs. Sarasua and for January – Ms. Undercoffler. Congratulations to all of our Hawks for December and January. Remember- tomorrow there will be a luncheon in your honor in the Black Hawk in at 11:15am and we would also like to see you at 7am tomorrow morning in the main office to have your picture taken.


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE VARSITY BOYS SOCCER TEAM AS THEY EARNED THEIR 16TH WIN OF THE SEASON WITH A 3-2 COMEBACK VICTORY OVER TITUSVILLE THURSDAY NIGHT. THE HAWKS BEGIN DISTRICT TOURNAMENT COMPETITION NEXT WEDNESDAY AT HOME VS UNIVERSITY AT 6PM


Congratulations to the Science Olympiad team for a fantastic job at the Regional Competition at Embry Riddle, they placed third over 13 teams and qualified for State! Congrats to the Mu Alpha Theta Precalculus team for placing 4th place in the January regional competition.


Bicycle riding is fun, healthy, and a great way to be independent. But it is important to remember that a bicycle is not a toy; it’s a vehicle! Due to the frequency of student accidents involving bicycles/walkers and vehicles, we ask that you remember to follow some basic safety tips when you ride. Look for the Bike Safety flyers posted throughout the campus to make sure you in compliance before you take your two wheels for a spin.


Attention students, a representative from South Georgia State College will be on campus during student lunch today Please stop by and learn more about their college. Come out & support your Spruce Creek Hawks tonight! Boys Basketball plays at home vs Pine Ridge! JV at 530 and Varsity game at 7pm tonight at home! Thanks for your support.


IT’S GAME NIGHT FOR THE LADY HAWKS BASKETBALL TEAM. PLEASE COME OUT ON TUESDAY NIGHT AS THE LADY HAWKS RECOGNIZE THEIR THREE SENIORS, IRELYNN DAVISSON, KEAUBRE EDWARDS, AND MELISSA MOODY AT OUR LAST HOME GAME FOR THE REGULAR SEASON. GAME TIMES ARE 5:30 FOR JV AND 7:00 FOR VARSITY!


All those trying out for the Creek tennis teams should report to the school courts immediately after school on Monday. All paperwork must be completed by that time.


Just a reminder that softball tryouts are immediately after school today at 3pm. Please bring your physical with you to the field if you haven't turned it in at this time. All returning players- we will see you at the field at 5:30!


Writers Ink is accepting submissions of writing and artwork for Spruce Creek’s literary magazine Amalgamations from now until March 6, 2017. All submissions must be your own original work. Please bring your submissions to Room F-06 or submit your original art or writing online at http:// bit.ly/ 2iVlqh3.


Family, Career, Community, leaders of America will be hosting a Valentines Day Bash, and demo by Jasmine Dasouski. Tickets are $1.00, and can be bought in room D-12 or from any FCCLA member between now and February 10th. Door prizes will be available.


Friday, January 20

The Spruce Creek Girls Weightlifting Team continued their undefeated season by winning the regional meet in Flagler yesterday. They beat New Smyrna 55 to 31 to win the Northeast Florida Regional Championship. The following lifters all won their respective weight classes and automatically qualified for state--Carly Newsome, Rachel Gregory, Natalie Daniellee, Ruth Boone, and Amanda Kanawall. Seven other lifters scored points in regionals and may also qualify, including--Summer Dario-Rivera, Anna Carter, Hailey Jones, Hailey Filloon, Kendall Cowan, Kirstan Menello, and Nick Hipp. Congratulations ladies and good luck at state.


Thank you to everyone who came out to see the Poetry Out Loud contest Wednesday. Congratulations to all who placed: Olivia Hill in 5th place, Mina Kim in 4th, Kara Evens in 3rd, Xanthippe (Zan Tip Pee) Pack-Brown in 2nd, and Maya Henebury (hena berry) in 1st place!


Are you taking the SAT this Saturday? Entrance for the test will be through the Freshman Atrium. Tests will be taken in the O-wing.


Attention students, a representative from South Georgia State College will be on campus during student lunch January 23rd. Please stop by and learn more about their college.


Any one need volunteer hours? Any former Spruce Creek Elementary Bobcats out there? January 28th Spruce Creek Elementary is hosting their annual Color Run and they need volunteers!


Jobs to be manned include color throwers, course supervisors, t-shirt hander-outers, and more. The race is scheduled to run from 8:30-Noon. If you are interested, please, see Coach Mac for more information.


Spruce Creek is hosting our first School Maker Faire in our Media Center on February 23rd during school. If you are interested in participating, please pick up a participant application posted outside Mrs. Allen’s room – B-15. We look forward to seeing what our Hawks can Make!


COME OUT AND SUPPORT OUR LADY HAWKS SOCCER TEAM AS THEY TAKE ON RIVAL FPC FOR THE DISTRICT TITLE TONIGHT. THE MATCH IS AT FLAGLER PALM COAST HIGH SCHOOL AND BEGINS AT 7PM. GOOD LUCK LADY HAWKS!


Attention all softball players: The 2017 softball tryouts will be held next Monday the 23rd immediately after school. The tryouts will last until approximately 5:30. Be sure to have a physical turned in prior to Monday or in your hand when you come to the field. Please see Coach Mac if you have any questions. See you at the field!


All those trying out for the Creek tennis teams should report to the school courts immediately after school on Monday. All paperwork must be completed by that time.


ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF DOG AND CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS FOR THE ARNI FOUNDATION, A LOCAL NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER. PLEASE BRING DOG OR CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS TO THE DONATION BOXES YOU WILL FIND BY THE FRONT OFFICE, IN THE MEDIA CENTER, IN MRS. LEATHEAD’S CLASSROOM (PORTABLE 24), MR. GRIFFITH’S CLASSROOM (C9), AND MR. GUFFORD’S CLASSROOM (O33). WE ARE COLLECTING DONATIONS NOW UNTIL JANUARY 20TH, SO PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN TO HELP THIS WORTHY CAUSE.


Everyone is cordially invited to attend the Volusia County Dance Performance Assessment Showcase on Saturday, January 21st at 7:30pm in the school's auditorium. Admission is free! Come see a wonderful evening of dance from 11 Volusia county Middle and High schools, including the All-County Dancers.


Writers Ink is accepting submissions of writing and artwork for Spruce Creek’s literary magazine Amalgamations from now until March 6, 2017. All submissions must be your own original work. Please bring your submissions to Room F-06 or submit your original art or writing online at http:// bit.ly/ 2iVlqh3.


It’s nearly that time of year again. Have you done Spruce Creek Annual Valentine’s match – it’s free to do. Just go to the survey site on signs around the school to complete your survey. The more of us who do it, the more fun it is!


Family, Career, Community, leaders of America will be hosting a Valentines Day Bash, and demo by Jasmine Dasouski. Tickets are $1.00, and can be bought in room D-12 or from any FCCLA member between now and February 10th. Door prizes will be available.


Don’t want to spend $100 or more on your yearbook? Get it today before the price goes up on Monday.


Thursday, January 19

We would like to announce our department students for the month of January 2017 . For AITR- Sarah Mott AVID- Krystal Sanchez, Academy of finance- Alyssa Haygood and Cody Duke,Family and Consumer Science- Zach Panciello and Isabella Kallin, CTE-Vienna Sarno Caitlyn Seibert. For Math- Paige Rasmussen, Foreign Language- Dillon Wilson, Science- Ashley Ahmed and Gigi Chehaitli,. For JROTC William O’connell Anderson. , Social Studies- Dylan Lev and Marcella Nelson, for Physical Education- Dakota Severson and Noah Roberts, for performing arts- Mackenzie Bodnaruk. Visual Arts- Wendy Tran, Reading- Noah Roberts .Band- Olivia Corporon and English- Hilana Said and Stephanie Dodd. Congratulations Hawks. We will celebrate our December and January Hawks Tuesday, January 24th with lunch in the black hawk inn at 11:15am and photos at 7am Tuesday in the main office.


CONGRATS TO THE JV BOYS SOCCER TEAM FOR THEIR 5-0 SHUTOUT OVER PINE RIDGE TUESDAY NIGHT. THE HAWKS FINISHED THEIR SEASON WITH A RECORD OF 17 VICTORIES AND ONLY 2 DEFEATS. ALL JV BOYS PLAYERS NEED TO STOP BY ROOM C8 TODAY TO SEE COACH COSTNER.


CONGRATS TO THE VARSITY BOYS SOCCER TEAM AS THEY EARNED THEIR 15TH VICTORY OF THE YEAR WITH A 3-0 WIN OVER PINE RIDGE TUESDAY NIGHT.


Thank you to everyone who came out to see the Poetry Out Loud contest yesterday. Congratulations to all who placed: Olivia Hill in 5th place, Mina Kim in 4th, Kara Evens in 3rd, Xanthippe (Zan Tip Pee) Pack-Brown in 2nd, and Maya Henebury (hena berry) in 1st place!


Are you taking the SAT this Saturday? Entrance for the test will be through the Freshman Atrium. Tests will be taken in the O-wing.


Juniors & Seniors the deadline for the second quarter excellence in education drawing is approaching. It will be held on January 24th. Deadline to enter is 9pm January 23rd. Students MUST come in person with their report card, fill out a registration form and have it signed by an administrator. Pick up a form in the activities office. This year students are getting to vote on which car they would like to win. visit our Facebook page: https:// www. facebook .com/ExcellenceinEducationChallenge .com to vote. Best of luck and we hope one of our Hawks is the lucky laptop winner this quarter.


Attention students, a representative from South Georgia State College will be on campus during student lunch January 23rd. Please stop by and learn more about their college.


Spruce Creek is hosting our first School Maker Faire in our Media Center on February 23rd during school. If you are interested in participating, please pick up a participant application posted outside Mrs. Allen’s room – B-15. We look forward to seeing what our Hawks can Make!


COME OUT AND SUPPORT OUR VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER TEAM AS THE LADY HAWKS TAKE ON UNIVERSITY IN THE DISTRICT SEMI TONIGHT AT HOME 6PM.


All those planning on trying out for the Creek tennis teams next week must get their paperwork turned in to Coach Palmer or Coach Randow this week.


Attention all softball players: The 2017 softball tryouts will be held next Monday the 23rd immediately after school. The tryouts will last until approximately 5:30. Be sure to have a physical turned in prior to Monday or in your hand when you come to the field. Please see Coach Mac if you have any questions. See you at the field!


ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF DOG AND CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS FOR THE ARNI FOUNDATION, A LOCAL NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER. PLEASE BRING DOG OR CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS TO THE DONATION BOXES YOU WILL FIND BY THE FRONT OFFICE, IN THE MEDIA CENTER, IN MRS. LEATHEAD’S CLASSROOM (PORTABLE 24), MR. GRIFFITH’S CLASSROOM (C9), AND MR. GUFFORD’S CLASSROOM (O33). WE ARE COLLECTING DONATIONS NOW UNTIL JANUARY 20TH, SO PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN TO HELP THIS WORTHY CAUSE.


Writers Ink is accepting submissions of writing and artwork for Spruce Creek’s literary magazine Amalgamations from now until March 6, 2017. All submissions must be your own original work. Please bring your submissions to Room F-06 or submit your original art or writing online at http:// bit.ly/ 2iVlqh3.


The Psychology club will have a Psychologist as a guest speaker today at lunch in P-30, Mr. Graham’s room.


It’s nearly that time of year again. Get ready for the Spruce Creek Annual Valentine’s match – it’s free to do – Just go to the survey site on signs around the school to complete your survey. The more of us who do it, the more fun it is!


Family, Career, Community, leaders of America will be hosting a Valentines Day Bash, and demo by Jasmine Dasouski. Tickets are $1.00, and can be bought in room D-12 or from any FCCLA member between now and February 10th. Door prizes will be available.


Don’t want to spend $100 or more on your yearbook? Get it today before the price goes up on Monday.


Wednesday, January 18

Congrats to the JB boys soccer team for winning the championship of the 10th annual Creek JV invitational. The hawks defeated Merritt Island 3-1. Congrats to the JV girls soccer team for defeating Taylor 1-0. The lady hawks finished off an amazing season with a record of 14-1.


Spruce Creek is hosting our first School Maker Faire in our Media Center on February 23rd during school. If you are interested in participating, please pick up a participant application posted outside Mrs. Allen’s room – B-15. We look forward to seeing what our Hawks can Make!


Any one need volunteer hours? Any former Spruce Creek Elementary Bobcats out there? January 28th Spruce Creek Elementary is hosting their annual Color Run and they need volunteers! Jobs to be manned include color throwers, course supervisors, t-shirt hander-outers, and more. The race is scheduled to run from 8:30-Noon. If you are interested, please, see Coach Mac for more information.


All those planning on trying out for the Creek tennis teams next week must get their paperwork turned in to Coach Palmer or Coach Randow this week.


Attention all softball players: The 2017 softball tryouts will be held next Monday the 23rd immediately after school. The tryouts will last until approximately 5:30. Be sure to have a physical turned in prior to Monday or in your hand when you come to the field. Please see Coach Mac if you have any questions. See you at the field!


Calling All Young Ladies who want to play Flag FB there will be a meeting today in the gym during lunch. If you have any question please see coach Giddens. Thanks Literacy Week! Come Watch Poetry Out Loud Wed. after school in the Media Center. Sign up to decorate a door and win a lunch from Tijuana Flats. Create a bookmark or poster for a chance to win a gift card. Bring in books for the book swap or join us at the Literacy Celebration Pajama Party. For more information stop by the Media Center.


ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF DOG AND CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS FOR THE ARNI FOUNDATION, A LOCAL NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER. PLEASE BRING DOG OR CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS TO THE DONATION BOXES YOU WILL FIND BY THE FRONT OFFICE, IN THE MEDIA CENTER, IN MRS. LEATHEAD’S CLASSROOM (PORTABLE 24), MR. GRIFFITH’S CLASSROOM (C9), AND MR. GUFFORD’S CLASSROOM (O33). WE ARE COLLECTING DONATIONS NOW UNTIL JANUARY 20TH, SO PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN TO HELP THIS WORTHY CAUSE.


Writers Ink is accepting submissions of writing and artwork for Spruce Creek’s literary magazine Amalgamations from now until March 6, 2017. All submissions must be your own original work. Please bring your submissions to Room F-06 or submit your original art or writing online at http:// bit.ly/ 2iVlqh3.


Tuesday, January 17

Congratulations to the Papillon(pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble for a stellar performance this weekend at the Young Dancers' Workshop in Bradenton, FL. A special congratulations to Alyssa Christen for being offered a scholarship to the Sarasota Contemporary Dance summer intensive! Way to go, Alyssa!


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER TEAM FOR COMPLETING AN UNDEFEATED REGULAR SEASON. THE LADY HAWKS FINISHED WITH A RECORD OF 12 WINS 0 LOSSES AND 3 TIES. NOW THEY BEGIN THE STATE PLAYOFFS THIS WEDNESDAY AT HOME . MATCH TIME IS 7PM VS UNIVERSITY AND WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT.


Spruce Creek is hosting our first School Maker Faire in our Media Center on February 23rd during school. If you are interested in participating, please pick up a participant application posted outside Mrs. Allen’s room – B-15. We look forward to seeing what our Hawks can Make!


All those planning on trying out for the Creek tennis teams next week must get their paperwork turned in to Coach Palmer or Coach Randow this week.


Literacy Week! Come Watch Poetry Out Loud Wed. after school in the Media Center. Sign up to decorate a door and win a lunch from Tijuana Flats. Create a bookmark or poster for a chance to win a gift card. Bring in books for the book swap or join us at the Literacy Celebration Pajama Party. Ffor more information stop by the Media Center.


ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF DOG AND CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS FOR THE ARNI FOUNDATION, A LOCAL NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER. PLEASE BRING DOG OR CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS TO THE DONATION BOXES YOU WILL FIND BY THE FRONT OFFICE, IN THE MEDIA CENTER, IN MRS. LEATHEAD’S CLASSROOM (PORTABLE 24), MR. GRIFFITH’S CLASSROOM (C9), AND MR. GUFFORD’S CLASSROOM (O33). WE ARE COLLECTING DONATIONS NOW UNTIL JANUARY 20TH, SO PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN TO HELP THIS WORTHY CAUSE.


Writers Ink is accepting submissions of writing and artwork for Spruce Creek’s literary magazine Amalgamations from now until March 6, 2017. All submissions must be your own original work. Please bring your submissions to Room F-06 or submit your original art or writing online at http:// bit.ly/ 2iVlqh3.


Friday, January 13

Spruce Creek is hosting our first School Maker Faire in our Media Center on February 23rd during school. If you are interested in participating, please pick up a participant application posted outside Mrs. Allen’s room – B-15. We look forward to seeing what our Hawks can Make!


Any one need volunteer hours? Any former Spruce Creek Elementary Bobcats out there? January 28th Spruce Creek Elementary is hosting their annual Color Run and they need volunteers!


Jobs to be manned include color throwers, course supervisors, t-shirt hander-outers, and more. The race is scheduled to run from 8:30-Noon. If you are interested, please, see Coach Mac for more information.


There will be a meeting for anyone who is interested in playing baseball this season on Friday in Portable 14 during lunch. Anyone who has interest in trying out or anyone who would like information about playing is encouraged to attend. Friday at lunch in Portable 14.


Literacy Week! Come Watch Poetry Out Loud Wed. after school in the Media Center. Sign up to decorate a door and win a lunch from Tijuana Flats. Create a bookmark or poster for a chance to win a gift card. Bring in books for the book swap or join us at the Literacy Celebration Pajama Party. For more information stop by the Media Center.


ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF DOG AND CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS FOR THE ARNI FOUNDATION, A LOCAL NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER. PLEASE BRING DOG OR CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS TO THE DONATION BOXES YOU WILL FIND BY THE FRONT OFFICE, IN THE MEDIA CENTER, IN MRS. LEATHEAD’S CLASSROOM (PORTABLE 24), MR. GRIFFITH’S CLASSROOM (C9), AND MR. GUFFORD’S CLASSROOM (O33). WE ARE COLLECTING DONATIONS NOW UNTIL JANUARY 20TH, SO PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN TO HELP THIS WORTHY CAUSE.


Writers Ink is accepting submissions of writing and artwork for Spruce Creek’s literary magazine Amalgamations from now until March 6, 2017. All submissions must be your own original work. Please bring your submissions to Room F-06 or submit your original art or writing online at http:// bit.ly/ 2iVlqh3.


Thurday, January 12

CONGRATS THE JV AND VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER TEAMS AS BOTH REMAINED UNDEFEATED WITH VICTORIES OVER SEABREEZE TUESDAY NIGHT. ALSO CONGRATS TO JORDAN DIVERNIERO FOR BREAKING THE RECORD FOR MOST GOALS IN A SEASON.


CONGRATS TO THE VARSITY BOYS SOCCER TEAM FOR THE HARD FOUGHT 2-1 VICTORY OVER BISHOP KENNEY WEDNESDAY NIGHT. IT WAS A GREAT WAY TO CELEBRATE SENIOR NIGHT.


IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO TAKE THE ACT TEST ON FEBRUARY 11, 2017 THE REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS FRIDAY JANUARY 13, 2017. MS. JONES WILL BE IN O-14 DURING LUNCH TUESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY TO ASSIST ANYONE NEEDING HELP WITH THE ONLINE REGISTRATION. AFTER THE 13TH A LATE FEE WILL BE CHARGED WHEN REGISTERING FOR THE TEST.


Attention students, a representative from Bethune Cookman University will be on campus this Thursday 1/12 during student lunch. Please stop by and learn more about their school. Come out & support your Spruce Creek Hawks tonight! Boys Basketball plays at home vs Cypress Creek. JV at 530 and Varsity game at 7pm tonight at home! Thanks for your support.


COME OUT AND SUPPORT OUR VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER TEAM AS THEY TAKE ON ROCKLEDGE TONIGHT FOR SENIOR NIGHT. THE LADY HAWKS NEED YOUR SUPPORT AS THEY TRY TO FINISH OFF AN UNDEFEATED REGULAR SEASON.


Calling all poets! The annual Poetry Out Loud contest will be held Wednesday, January 18th in the media center. Those interested must select 2 poems from www. poetryoutloud. com. 1 poem must be 25 lines or fewer and 1 must be written before the 20th century. Please bring a printed copy of your 2 poems to Mrs. Farrell in room C-01 by today.


Spruce Creek is hosting our first School Maker Faire in our Media Center on February 23rd during school. If you are interested in participating, please pick up a participant application posted outside Mrs. Allen’s room – B-15. We look forward to seeing what our Hawks can Make!


COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE JV AND VARSITY BOYS SOCCER TEAMS AS THEY TAKE ON RIVAL DELAND AT THE SPERLING COMPLEX TONIGHT. MATCH TIMES ARE 5:30 AND 7. THE HAWKS NEED YOUR SUPPORT AS THEY TAKE ON THE TOP TEAM IN THE DISTRICT.


COME OUT AND SUPPORT OUR JV BOYS AND JV GIRLS SOCCER TEAMS AS THEY PLAY IN THE 10TH ANNUAL CREEK JV INVITATIONAL TOMORROW. GO HAWKS.


There will be a meeting for anyone who is interested in playing baseball this season on Friday in Portable 14 during lunch. Anyone who has interest in trying out or anyone who would like information about playing is encouraged to attend. Friday at lunch in Portable 14.


ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF DOG AND CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS FOR THE ARNI FOUNDATION, A LOCAL NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER. PLEASE BRING DOG OR CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS TO THE DONATION BOXES YOU WILL FIND BY THE FRONT OFFICE, IN THE MEDIA CENTER, IN MRS. LEATHEAD’S CLASSROOM (PORTABLE 24), MR. GRIFFITH’S CLASSROOM (C9), AND MR. GUFFORD’S CLASSROOM (O33). WE ARE COLLECTING DONATIONS NOW UNTIL JANUARY 20TH, SO PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN TO HELP THIS WORTHY CAUSE.


Writers Ink is accepting submissions of writing and artwork for Spruce Creek’s literary magazine Amalgamations from now until March 6, 2017. All submissions must be your own original work. Please bring your submissions to Room F-06 or submit your original art or writing online at http:// bit.ly/ 2iVlqh3.


This Thursday, Jan 12, gather as many hungry people as you can and head over to the port orange chipotle. Just mention spruce creek high school to the cashier before paying and 50% of your purchase will go to sending juniors to a leadership conference. Your participation is greatly appreciated!


Wednesday, January 11

Attention students, a representative from Bethune Cookman University will be on campus this Thursday 1/12 during student lunch. Please stop by and learn more about their school.


Calling all poets! The annual Poetry Out Loud contest will be held Wednesday, January 18th in the media center. Those interested must select 2 poems from www. poetryoutloud. com. 1 poem must be 25 lines or fewer and 1 must be written before the 20th century. Please bring a printed copy of your 2 poems to Mrs. Farrell in room C-01 by January 12th.


Spruce Creek is hosting our first School Maker Faire in our Media Center on February 23rd during school. If you are interested in participating, please pick up a participant application posted outside Mrs. Allen’s room – B-15. We look forward to seeing what our Hawks can Make!


There will be a meeting for anyone who is interested in playing baseball this season on Friday in Portable 14 during lunch. Anyone who has interest in trying out or anyone who would like information about playing is encouraged to attend Friday at lunch in Portable 14.


ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF DOG AND CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS FOR THE ARNI FOUNDATION, A LOCAL NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER. PLEASE BRING DOG OR CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS TO THE DONATION BOXES YOU WILL FIND BY THE FRONT OFFICE, IN THE MEDIA CENTER, IN MRS. LEATHEAD’S CLASSROOM (PORTABLE 24), MR. GRIFFITH’S CLASSROOM (C9), AND MR. GUFFORD’S CLASSROOM (O33). WE ARE COLLECTING DONATIONS NOW UNTIL JANUARY 20TH, SO PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN TO HELP THIS WORTHY CAUSE.


Writers Ink is accepting submissions of writing and artwork for Spruce Creek’s literary magazine Amalgamations from now until March 6, 2017. All submissions must be your own original work. Please bring your submissions to Room F-06 or submit your original art or writing online at http:// bit.ly/ 2iVlqh3.


This Thursday, Jan 12, gather as many hungry people as you can and head over to the port orange chipotle. Just mention spruce creek high school to the cashier before paying and 50% of your purchase will go to sending juniors to a leadership conference. Your participation is greatly appreciated!


Tuesday, January 10

IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO TAKE THE ACT TEST ON FEBRUARY 11, 2017 THE REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS FRIDAY JANUARY 13, 2017. MS. JONES WILL BE IN O-14 DURING LUNCH TUESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY TO ASSIST ANYONE NEEDING HELP WITH THE ONLINE REGISTRATION. AFTER THE 13TH A LATE FEE WILL BE CHARGED WHEN REGISTERING FOR THE TEST.


Attention students, a representative from Bethune Cookman University will be on campus this Thursday 1/12 during student lunch. Please stop by and learn more about their school.


Attention students Sgt. McDonald a recruiter from the Army will be on campus during lunch on Tuesday 1/10. Please stop by and learn more about joining the Army.


Calling all poets! The annual Poetry Out Loud contest will be held Wednesday, January 18th in the media center. Those interested must select 2 poems from www. poetryoutloud. com. 1 poem must be 25 lines or fewer and 1 must be written before the 20th century. Please bring a printed copy of your 2 poems to Mrs. Farrell in room C-01 by January 12th.


Spruce Creek is hosting our first School Maker Faire in our Media Center on February 23rd during school. If you are interested in participating, please pick up a participant application posted outside Mrs. Allen’s room – B-15. We look forward to seeing what our Hawks can Make!


ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF DOG AND CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS FOR THE ARNI FOUNDATION, A LOCAL NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER. PLEASE BRING DOG OR CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS TO THE DONATION BOXES YOU WILL FIND BY THE FRONT OFFICE, IN THE MEDIA CENTER, IN MRS. LEATHEAD’S CLASSROOM (PORTABLE 24), MR. GRIFFITH’S CLASSROOM (C9), AND MR. GUFFORD’S CLASSROOM (O33). WE ARE COLLECTING DONATIONS NOW UNTIL JANUARY 20TH, SO PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN TO HELP THIS WORTHY CAUSE.


Writers Ink is accepting submissions of writing and artwork for Spruce Creek’s literary magazine Amalgamations from now until March 6, 2017. All submissions must be your own original work. Please bring your submissions to Room F-06 or submit your original art or writing online at http:// bit.ly/ 2iVlqh3.


Show your team spirit by joining us for a fundraiser to support Spruce Creek Baseball Boosters. Come in to the Chipotle in Port Orange on Tuesday, January 10th between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Spruce Creek Baseball Boosters. Thank you for your support!


Monday, January 9

IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO TAKE THE ACT TEST ON FEBRUARY 11, 2017 THE REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS FRIDAY JANUARY 13, 2017. MS. JONES WILL BE IN O-14 DURING LUNCH TUESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY TO ASSIST ANYONE NEEDING HELP WITH THE ONLINE REGISTRATION. AFTER THE 13TH A LATE FEE WILL BE CHARGED WHEN REGISTERING FOR THE TEST.


Attention students Sgt. McDonald a recruiter from the Army will be on campus during lunch on Tuesday 1/10. Please stop by and learn more about joining the Army.


This year's Literacy Week Activities will kick off on January 18th with Poetry In My Pocket and the Poetry Out Loud Contest. Stay tuned tomorrow for more information.


Calling all poets! The annual Poetry Out Loud contest will be held Wednesday, January 18th in the media center. Those interested must select 2 poems from www. poetryoutloud. com. 1 poem must be 25 lines or fewer and 1 must be written before the 20th century. Please bring a printed copy of your 2 poems to Mrs. Farrell in room C-01 by January 12th.


Anyone interested in sand volleyball, we will meet on Tuesday, Jan 10 during lunch to hand out registration forms for tryouts and teams. Please meet in the gym at the beginning of lunch.


The first practice will be Thursday, Jan. 12th in the Spruce Creek Gym. Anyone interested in boys volleyball may attend our next clinic on Monday, Jan 9th from 8-9:30 p.m. in our gym. The cost is $10.00. For more information about both of these events, please see Coach Swayze in the gym.


ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF DOG AND CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS FOR THE ARNI FOUNDATION, A LOCAL NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER. PLEASE BRING DOG OR CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS TO THE DONATION BOXES YOU WILL FIND BY THE FRONT OFFICE, IN THE MEDIA CENTER, IN MRS. LEATHEAD’S CLASSROOM (PORTABLE 24), MR. GRIFFITH’S CLASSROOM (C9), AND MR. GUFFORD’S CLASSROOM (O33). WE ARE COLLECTING DONATIONS NOW UNTIL JANUARY 20TH, SO PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN TO HELP THIS WORTHY CAUSE.


Show your team spirit by joining us for a fundraiser to support Spruce Creek Baseball Boosters. Come in to the Chipotle in Port Orange on Tuesday, January 10th between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Spruce Creek Baseball Boosters. Thank you for your support!


Friday, January 6

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER TEAM FOR THEIR 8-0 VICTORY OVER DELTONA. THE LADY HAWKS REMAIN UNDEFEATED ON THE SEASON. COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE BOYS SOCCER TEAMS AS THEY TAKE ON LOCAL RIVAL SEABREEZE TONIGHT HERE AT CREEK. THE JV PLAYS AT 5:30 AND THE VARSITY TAKES ON THE UNDEFEATED SANDCRABS AT 7PM.


ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE SPRING 2017 SESSION. INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE FOR THE AFTER SCHOOL AND SATURDAY SESSIONS THAT WILL BEGIN IN MID JANUARY. YOU MUST BE A SOPHOMORE IN HIGH SCHOOL AND HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION. APPLICATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE BEGINNING JANUARY 5TH, 2017 AND REGISTRATION WILL TAKE PLACE THE FOLLOWING MORNING JANUARY 6TH AT 7 AM IN THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE THE DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRAR, MRS. TURNGREN.


Anyone interested in sand volleyball, we will meet on Tuesday, Jan 10 during lunch to hand out registration forms for tryouts and teams. Please meet in the gym at the beginning of lunch. The first practice will be Thursday, Jan. 12th in the Spruce Creek Gym.


Anyone interested in boys volleyball may attend our next clinic on Monday, Jan 9th from 8-9:30 p.m. in our gym. The cost is $10.00. For more information about both of these events, please see Coach Swayze in the gym.


Calling all poets! The annual Poetry Out Loud contest will be held Wednesday, January 18th in the media center. Those interested must select 2 poems from www. poetryoutloud. com. 1 poem must be 25 lines or fewer and 1 must be written before the 20th century. Please bring a printed copy of your 2 poems to Mrs. Farrell in room C-01 by January 12th.


ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF DOG AND CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS FOR THE ARNI FOUNDATION, A LOCAL NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER. PLEASE BRING DOG OR CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS TO THE DONATION BOXES YOU WILL FIND BY THE FRONT OFFICE, IN THE MEDIA CENTER, IN MRS. LEATHEAD’S CLASSROOM (PORTABLE 24), MR. GRIFFITH’S CLASSROOM (C9), AND MR. GUFFORD’S CLASSROOM (O33). WE ARE COLLECTING DONATIONS NOW UNTIL JANUARY 20TH, SO PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN TO HELP THIS WORTHY CAUSE.


Show your team spirit by joining us for a fundraiser to support Spruce Creek Baseball Boosters. Come in to the Chipotle in Port Orange on Tuesday, January 10th between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Spruce Creek Baseball Boosters. Thank you for your support!


Thursday, January 5

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE SPRING 2017 SESSION. INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE FOR THE AFTER SCHOOL AND SATURDAY SESSIONS THAT WILL BEGIN IN MID JANUARY. YOU MUST BE A SOPHOMORE IN HIGH SCHOOL AND HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION. APPLICATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE BEGINNING JANUARY 5TH, 2017 AND REGISTRATION WILL TAKE PLACE THE FOLLOWING MORNING JANUARY 6TH AT 7 AM IN THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE THE DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRAR, MRS. TURNGREN.


A FORMER CREEK STUDENT, MS. KRISTY KIM, WHO IS NOW ATTENDING YALE, WILL BE ON CAMPUS TO TALK TO STUDENTS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT YALE AND THE APPLICATION PROCESS. SHE WILL BE HERE JANUARY 5TH DURING STUDENT LUNCH IN ROOM D9. PLEASE STOP BY AND MEET KRISTY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT YALE.


THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF DOG AND CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS FOR THE ARNI FOUNDATION, A LOCAL NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER. PLEASE BRING DOG OR CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS TO THE DONATION BOXES YOU WILL FIND BY THE FRONT OFFICE, IN THE MEDIA CENTER, IN MRS. LEATHEAD’S CLASSROOM (PORTABLE 24), MR. GRIFFITH’S CLASSROOM (C9), AND MR. GUFFORD’S CLASSROOM (O33). WE ARE COLLECTING DONATIONS NOW UNTIL JANUARY 20TH, SO PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN TO HELP THIS WORTHY CAUSE.


Show your team spirit by joining us for a fundraiser to support Spruce Creek Baseball Boosters. Come in to the Chipotle in Port Orange on Tuesday, January 10th between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Spruce Creek Baseball Boosters. Thank you for your support!


Anyone interested in sand volleyball, we will meet on Tuesday, Jan 10 during lunch to hand out registration forms for tryouts and teams. Please meet in the gym at the beginning of lunch. The first practice will be Thursday, Jan. 12th in the Spruce Creek Gym.


Anyone interested in boys’ volleyball may attend our next clinic on Monday, Jan 9th from 8-9:30 p.m. in our gym. The cost is $10.00


For more information about both of these events, please see Coach Swayze in the gym


Wednesday, January 4

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE SPRING 2017 SESSION. INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE FOR THE AFTER SCHOOL AND SATURDAY SESSIONS THAT WILL BEGIN IN MID JANUARY. YOU MUST BE A SOPHOMORE IN HIGH SCHOOL AND HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION. APPLICATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE BEGINNING JANUARY 5TH, 2017 AND REGISTRATION WILL TAKE PLACE THE FOLLOWING MORNING JANUARY 6TH AT 7 AM IN THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE THE DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRAR, MRS. TURNGREN.


A FORMER CREEK STUDENT, MS. KRISTY KIM, WHO IS NOW ATTENDING YALE, WILL BE ON CAMPUS TO TALK TO STUDENTS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT YALE AND THE APPLICATION PROCESS. SHE WILL BE HERE JANUARY 5TH DURING STUDENT LUNCH IN ROOM D9. PLEASE STOP BY AND MEET KRISTY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT YALE.


19 days until softball tryouts! Be sure to get you physical done and turned in before January 23rd tryouts! Also, after school "open field" picks back up tomorrow after school and every Tuesday and Thursday until tryouts. See you at the field!


Calling all poets! The annual Poetry Out Loud contest will be held Wednesday, January 18th in the media center. Those interested must select 2 poems from www. poetryoutloud. com. 1 poem must be 25 lines or fewer and 1 must be written before the 20th century. Please bring a printed copy of your 2 poems to Mrs. Farrell in room C-01 by January 12th.


Tuesday, January 3

Happy New Year Hawk Family!


We look forward to welcoming everyone back tomorrow morning. The new year at Creek is starting off like a cannon. Our calendar is exploding with athletic events and various important dates and deadlines. Don’t forget, tomorrow is an EARLY RELEASE DAY. Along with basketball games, soccer matches, weightlifting meets and our robotics competition, you might want to include the following dates on your calendar:


SAC Meeting……………………………………………………..……………………….1/09/17 @ 5PM in the Media Center

PAC Meeting………………………………………………………..…………………….1/10/17 @ 5:30PM in the Media Center

Academy of Finance- New parent Meeting…………………….………..1/10/17 @ 6:30PM in the Auditorium

SCHS 8th grade Academy Showcase………………………………………..….1/12/17 @ 6:00PM in the Auditorium


As always you can find these dates along with our athletic schedule and all upcoming events for 2017 on our activities calendar at www.sprucecreekhigh.com


Wishing you all health and happiness in the New Year

Class of 2017- only 144 days until Graduation!


Tuesday, December 20

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE SPRING 2017 SESSION. INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE FOR THE AFTER SCHOOL AND SATURDAY SESSIONS THAT WILL BEGIN IN MID JANUARY. YOU MUST BE A SOPHOMORE IN HIGH SCHOOL AND HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION. APPLICATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE BEGINNING JANUARY 5TH, 2017 AND REGISTRATION WILL TAKE PLACE THE FOLLOWING MORNING JANUARY 6TH AT 7 AM IN THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE THE DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRAR, MRS. TURNGREN.


Attention Seniors. The application for the News Journal’s Medallion of Excellence is on line beginning December 6. Any student wanting to apply for this award will need a completed application delivered to their counselor by Monday January 9. Please be aware of this timeline so you don’t miss this opportunity. See your counselor for more details.


Throughout the day today, grey ribbons will be available to students and teachers for any donation on behalf on Kayne Finley. All proceeds will go to his account. Please see Coach Swayze to get your ribbons in the gym. And don’t forget to wear them with your grey on Tuesday in support of Kayne!


Join us at lunch for the finals of the lunch volleyball league. Watch the vball players spike for Kayne just before the teachers take on the winners of the league. See you at the gym.


HOSA club will be conducting a blanket drive this winter to help the less fortunate. Please bring any clean blankets that you have to O-42 by December 19 and receive a volunteer hour!


ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF DOG AND CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS FOR THE ARNI FOUNDATION, A LOCAL NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER. PLEASE BRING DOG OR CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS TO THE DONATION BOXES YOU WILL FIND BY THE FRONT OFFICE, IN THE MEDIA CENTER, IN MRS. LEATHEAD’S CLASSROOM (PORTABLE 24) AND MR. GUFFORD’S CLASSROOM (O33). WE ARE COLLECTING DONATIONS NOW UNTIL JANUARY 20TH, SO PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN TO HELP THIS WORTHY CAUSE.


Calling all poets! The annual Poetry Out Loud contest will be held Wednesday, January 18th in the media center. Those interested must select 2 poems from www. poetryoutloud. com. 1 poem must be 25 lines or fewer and 1 must be written before the 20th century. Please bring a printed copy of your 2 poems to Mrs. Farrell in room C-01 by January 12th.


Celebrate the start of winter break and support the Science Olympiad team by going to Chipotle on Tuesday, December 20 from 5-9. Just mention that you are supporting the Science Olympiad team and 50% of the proceeds will go to the club.


Spruce Creek Customs is selling “Creek Merchandise” before school and during lunch in the Atrium. You can come to L-04 during the school day if you would like to purchase merchandise.


Did you know that the Healthy Hawks Garden has plants for sale ranging from $1.00 - $5.00 outside M-26? Right now they have beautiful geraniums which are currently blooming, indoor plants, and stunning outdoor plants for all kinds of conditions. These make great holiday gifts or simply show someone that you care with the purchase of a plant. Students may stop by between classes and teachers please feel free to come any time throughout the day. So don’t forget to stop by the Healthy Hawks Garden outside Ms. Bossardet’s room, M-26 just beyond the parent loop on the East side of the building to pick up that holiday gift of nature’s wondrous beauty.


Monday, December 19

Tomorrow instead of the normal dress code SGA is inviting all students to wear grey in honor of Kayne Finley. Kayne was recently diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumor. We would like to show him our support by having everyone wear grey. Also during lunch in the main atrium we will be taking a picture to send to him. Throughout the day today and tomorrow, grey ribbons will be available to students and teachers for any donation on behalf on Kayne Finley. All proceeds will go to his account. Please see Coach Swayze to get your ribbons in the gym. And don’t forget to wear them with your grey on Tuesday in support of Kayne!


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER TEAM AS THEY SHUTOUT FATHER LOPEZ FRIDAY NIGHT WITH AN 8-0 VICTORY. THE LADY HAWKS REMAIN UNDEFEATED ON THE SEASON AS THEY PREPARE TO PLAY AT DISTRICT RIVAL FPC TUESDAY NIGHT.


Congratulations to our lunch volleyball teams that made it to the finals for Tuesday during lunch. There will be 2 finals, one advanced division and one novice division. The winners of the advanced division will play the team of teachers during the second half of lunch. You won’t want to miss our teachers coming to show their A game. See you there!


IF YOU PLAN ON TAKING THE ACT IN FEBRUARY THE DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION WITHOUT A LATE FEE IS JANUARY 13, 2017. THE ACT WILL BE HERE AT SCHS. PLEASE GO ONLINE AND REGISTER OVER THE BREAK IN ORDER NOT TO BE ASSESSED A LATE FEE.


ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE SPRING 2017 SESSION. INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE FOR THE AFTER SCHOOL AND SATURDAY SESSIONS THAT WILL BEGIN IN MID JANUARY. YOU MUST BE A SOPHOMORE IN HIGH SCHOOL AND HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION. APPLICATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE BEGINNING JANUARY 5TH, 2017 AND REGISTRATION WILL TAKE PLACE THE FOLLOWING MORNING JANUARY 6TH AT 7 AM IN THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE THE DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRAR, MRS. TURNGREN.


SENIORS-Remember to bring in your college letters of acceptance to your guidance counselor. We want to add your name to the “Congratulations!” board in the main office, plus celebrate your success with you.


REMINDER TO ALL JV AND VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER PLAYERS, AS WELL AS TEAM MANAGERS, TO STOP BY ROOM C8 TODAY AT LUNCH FOR YOUR HOLIDAY LUNCH.


HOSA club will be conducting a blanket drive this winter to help the less fortunate. Please bring any clean blankets that you have to O-42 by December 19 and receive a volunteer hour!


ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF DOG AND CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS FOR THE ARNI FOUNDATION, A LOCAL NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER. PLEASE BRING DOG OR CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS TO THE DONATION BOXES YOU WILL FIND BY THE FRONT OFFICE, IN THE MEDIA CENTER, IN MRS. LEATHEAD’S CLASSROOM (PORTABLE 24) AND MR. GUFFORD’S CLASSROOM (O33). WE ARE COLLECTING DONATIONS NOW UNTIL JANUARY 20TH, SO PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN TO HELP THIS WORTHY CAUSE.


Calling all poets! The annual Poetry Out Loud contest will be held Wednesday, January 18th in the media center. Those interested must select 2 poems from www. poetryoutloud. com. 1 poem must be 25 lines or fewer and 1 must be written before the 20th century. Please bring a printed copy of your 2 poems to Mrs. Farrell in room C-01 by January 12th.


Celebrate the start of winter break and support the Science Olympiad team by going to Chipotle on Tuesday, December 20 from 5-9. Just mention that you are supporting the Science Olympiad team and 50% of the proceeds will go to the club.


Spruce Creek Customs is selling “Creek Merchandise” before school and during lunch in the Atrium. You can come to L-04 during the school day if you would like to purchase merchandise.


Did you know that the Healthy Hawks Garden has plants for sale ranging from $1.00 - $5.00 outside M-26? Right now they have beautiful geraniums which are currently blooming, indoor plants, and stunning outdoor plants for all kinds of conditions. These make great holiday gifts or simply show someone that you care with the purchase of a plant. Students may stop by between classes and teachers please feel free to come any time throughout the day. So don’t forget to stop by the Healthy Hawks Garden outside Ms. Bossardet’s room, M-26 just beyond the parent loop on the East side of the building to pick up that holiday gift of nature’s wondrous beauty.


Friday, December 16 2016

Congratulations to former Mr. Spruce Creek Tim Sheridan, who is a writer on a new show premiering tonight on Cartoon Network, Justice League Action. Check it out tonight at 6 PM. Congratulations, Tim, it’s always great to see one of our own in a positive news story.


IF YOU PLAN ON TAKING THE ACT IN FEBRUARY THE DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION WITHOUT A LATE FEE IS JANUARY 13, 2017. THE ACT WILL BE HERE AT SCHS. PLEASE GO ONLINE AND REGISTER OVER THE BREAK IN ORDER NOT TO BE ASSESSED A LATE FEE.


ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE SPRING 2017 SESSION. INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE FOR THE AFTER SCHOOL AND SATURDAY SESSIONS THAT WILL BEGIN IN MID JANUARY. YOU MUST BE A SOPHOMORE IN HIGH SCHOOL AND HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION. APPLICATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE BEGINNING JANUARY 5TH, 2017 AND REGISTRATION WILL TAKE PLACE THE FOLLOWING MORNING JANUARY 6TH AT 7 AM IN THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE THE DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRAR, MRS. TURNGREN.


Seniors and Juniors, Have you ever considered a career in Construction? If so, Construction Career Day is coming up on Friday, January 27th. Juniors and Seniors are invited to attend this field trip, which will take place at the Central Florida Fairgrounds in Orlando. The event will introduce you to the Road Construction Industry and all that it has to offer as you explore future careers. There will be hands-on equipment demos and learning labs. The field trip is free and includes lunch. Please stop by the Activities office or the Guidance office to sign up. Space is limited, so you need to stop by today or tomorrow.


HOSA club will be conducting a blanket drive this winter to help the less fortunate. Please bring any clean blankets that you have to O-42 by December 19 and receive a volunteer hour!


FCCLA, Family, Career, Community, Leaders of America is hosting a school supply drive please help out by donating school supplies. Donation boxes are located in the front office and the 9th grade office. Help out students in your community.


Boys Track, if you haven’t seen Coach Mowrey to sign up and receive the paper work do so today in room 0-22.


ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF DOG AND CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS FOR THE ARNI FOUNDATION, A LOCAL NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER. PLEASE BRING DOG OR CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS TO THE DONATION BOXES YOU WILL FIND BY THE FRONT OFFICE, IN THE MEDIA CENTER, IN MRS. LEATHEAD’S CLASSROOM (PORTABLE 24) AND MR. GUFFORD’S CLASSROOM (O33). WE ARE COLLECTING DONATIONS NOW UNTIL JANUARY 20TH, SO PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN TO HELP THIS WORTHY CAUSE.


Calling all poets! The annual Poetry Out Loud contest will be held Wednesday, January 18th in the media center. Those interested must select 2 poems from www. poetryoutloud. com. 1 poem must be 25 lines or fewer and 1 must be written before the 20th century. Please bring a printed copy of your 2 poems to Mrs. Farrell in room C-01 by January 12th.


The Papillon( pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble performs in their Winter Dance Concert Friday, December 16th at 7pm in the school's auditorium. Special guests are dancers from Creekside Middle School and the 5th period Dance Choreography and Performance class. Tickets are 5 dollars at the door. Friday is also Papillon Night at Chili's! Pick up a coupon at the performance or see any Papillon dancer for one!


Spruce Creek Customs is selling “Creek Merchandise” before school and during lunch in the Atrium. You can come to L-04 during the school day if you would like to purchase merchandise.


Did you know that the Healthy Hawks Garden has plants for sale ranging from $1.00 - $5.00 outside M-26? Right now they have beautiful geraniums which are currently blooming, indoor plants, and stunning outdoor plants for all kinds of conditions. These make great holiday gifts or simply show someone that you care with the purchase of a plant. Students may stop by between classes and teachers please feel free to come any time throughout the day. So don’t forget to stop by the Healthy Hawks Garden outside Ms. Bossardet’s room, M-26 just beyond the parent loop on the East side of the building to pick up that holiday gift of nature’s wondrous beauty.


Not sure what to ask for for Christmas? Why not a yearbook? Unlike snapchat, the yearbook captures your memories forever. Order yours today before the price goes up to $100 after the break.


Thursday, December 15 2016

The Spruce Creek Girls Weightlifting Team improved their record to 7 and 0 after defeating FPC High School 62 to 32 and Seabreeze 62 to 14 Wednesday night. The following lifters won their respective weight classes--Carly Newsome, Summer Daraio-Rivera, Hailey Jones, Natalie Daniellee, Ruth Boone, Kirsten Menello, Amanda Kanawall and Nick Hipp. The team is now training and preparing to win another 5-Star Conference title next Wednesday at FPC.


Winter week at Creek is underway. We will cap off the festivities with our 3rd annual Ugly Sweater fashion show and contest. If you would like to enter, just show up in the main atrium at lunch Friday, wearing your ugliest holiday sweater and strut down our red carpet. Prices will be awarded included a yummy giant Reese’s peanut butter cup, Chic-Fil-A gift cards and more.


Seniors and Juniors, Have you ever considered a career in Construction? If so, Construction Career Day is coming up on Friday, January 27th. Juniors and Seniors are invited to attend this field trip, which will take place at the Central Florida Fairgrounds in Orlando. The event will introduce you to the Road Construction Industry and all that it has to offer as you explore future careers. There will be hands-on equipment demos and learning labs. The field trip is free and includes lunch. Please stop by the Activities office or the Guidance office to sign up. Space is limited, so you need to stop by today or tomorrow.


HOSA club will be conducting a blanket drive this winter to help the less fortunate. Please bring any clean blankets that you have to O-42 by December 19 and receive a volunteer hour!


FCCLA, Family, Career, Community, Leaders of America is hosting a school supply drive please help out by donating school supplies. Donation boxes are located in the front office and the 9th grade office. Help out students in your community.


ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF DOG AND CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS FOR THE ARNI FOUNDATION, A LOCAL NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER. PLEASE BRING DOG OR CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS TO THE DONATION BOXES YOU WILL FIND BY THE FRONT OFFICE, IN THE MEDIA CENTER, IN MRS. LEATHEAD’S CLASSROOM (PORTABLE 24) AND MR. GUFFORD’S CLASSROOM (O33). WE ARE COLLECTING DONATIONS NOW UNTIL JANUARY 20TH, SO PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN TO HELP THIS WORTHY CAUSE.


IT’S GAME TIME! PLEASE COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE LADYHAWKS GBB TEAM TONIGHT AS THEY TAKE ON DISTRICT RIVALS FLAGLER PALM COAST BULLDOGS. GAME TIMES ARE 5:30 & 7:00 PM.


Boys Track, if you haven’t seen Coach Mowrey to sign up and receive the paper work do so today in room 0-22.


There will be a very important for all those planning on trying out for this year’s boys and girls tennis teams at the beginning of lunch this Thursday in Coach Palmer’s room, C21.


Calling all poets! The annual Poetry Out Loud contest will be held Wednesday, January 18th in the media center. Those interested must select 2 poems from www. poetryoutloud. com. 1 poem must be 25 lines or fewer and 1 must be written before the 20th century. Please bring a printed copy of your 2 poems to Mrs. Farrell in room C-01 by January 12th.


The Papillon( pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble performs in their Winter Dance Concert Friday, December 16th at 7pm in the school's auditorium. Special guests are dancers from Creekside Middle School and the 5th period Dance Choreography and Performance class. Tickets are 5 dollars at the door. Friday is also Papillon Night at Chili's! Pick up a coupon at the performance or see any Papillon dancer for one!


Spruce Creek Customs is selling “Creek Merchandise” before school and during lunch in the Atrium. You can come to L-04 during the school day if you would like to purchase merchandise.


STILL LOOKINGFOR THAT LAST MINUTE STOCKING STUFFER?? THE GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM STILL HAS CHICK-FIL-A 2017 CALENDARS FOR SALE! THE CALENDARS ARE $7 AND ENTITLES YOU TO A FREE ITEM EACH MONTH FROM CHICK-FIL-A. THE BEST PART OF THIS IS THE CALENDAR CARDS CAN BE USED AT ANY CHICK-FIL-A IN THE UNITED STATES. SEE COACH JONES IN PORTABLE 1 TO GET YOUR CALENDARS TODAY.


Did you know that the Healthy Hawks Garden has plants for sale ranging from $1.00 - $5.00 outside M-26? Right now they have beautiful geraniums which are currently blooming, indoor plants, and stunning outdoor plants for all kinds of conditions. These make great holiday gifts or simply show someone that you care with the purchase of a plant. Students may stop by between classes and teachers please feel free to come any time throughout the day. So don’t forget to stop by the Healthy Hawks Garden outside Ms. Bossardet’s room, M-26 just beyond the parent loop on the East side of the building to pick up that holiday gift of nature’s wondrous beauty.


Not sure what to ask Santa for Christmas? Why not a yearbook? Unlike snapchat, the yearbook captures your memories forever. Order yours today before the price goes up to $100 after the break.


Wednesday, December 14 2016

Winter week at Creek is underway. We will cap off the festivities with our 3rd annual Ugly Sweater fashion show and contest. If you would like to enter, just show up in the main atrium at lunch Friday, wearing your ugliest holiday sweater and strut down our red carpet. Prices will be awarded included a yummy giant Reese’s peanut butter cup, chic- fi-la gift card and more.


Seniors and Juniors, Have you ever considered a career in Construction? If so, Construction Career Day is coming up on Friday, January 27th. Juniors and Seniors are invited to attend this field trip, which will take place at the Central Florida Fairgrounds in Orlando. The event will introduce you to the Road Construction Industry and all that it has to offer as you explore future careers. There will be hands-on equipment demos and learning labs. The field trip is free and includes lunch. Please stop by the Activities office or the Guidance office to sign up. Space is limited, so you need to stop by today or tomorrow.


HOSA club will be conducting a blanket drive this winter to help the less fortunate. Please bring any clean blankets that you have to O-42 by December 19 and receive a volunteer hour!


FCCLA, Family, Career, Community, Leaders of America is hosting a school supply drive please help out by donating school supplies. Donation boxes are located in the front office and the 9th grade office. Help out students in your community.


ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF DOG AND CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS FOR THE ARNI FOUNDATION, A LOCAL NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER. PLEASE BRING DOG OR CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS TO THE DONATION BOXES YOU WILL FIND BY THE FRONT OFFICE, IN THE MEDIA CENTER, IN MRS. LEATHEAD’S CLASSROOM (PORTABLE 24) AND MR. GUFFORD’S CLASSROOM (O33). WE ARE COLLECTING DONATIONS NOW UNTIL JANUARY 20TH, SO PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN TO HELP THIS WORTHY CAUSE.


Boys Track, if you haven’t seen Coach Mowrey to sign up and receive the paper work do so today in room 0-22.


There will be a very important for all those planning on trying out for this year’s boys and girls tennis teams at the beginning of lunch this Thursday in Coach Palmer’s room, C21.


The Gay-Straight Alliance will have a Christmas party today at lunch in B-11. Please bring food for the potluck and your Secret Santa gift! There will not be a meeting this Thursday.


Good Morning Hawks, Come out and help the African Awareness Club celebrate the principles of Kwanzaa this Wednesday in O-20 during lunch. The principles are: Umoja which means unity; Kujichagulia which means self-determination; Ujima which means working together; Ujamaa which means supporting each other. Nia which means purpose; Kuumba which means creativity; Imani which means faith, especially faith in ourselves. Fun, games and knowledge-All for a price of $3 in advance and $5 at the door! See Mrs. Jones in O-20 for more details and to make your payment. Thank you! It's a great day to be a hawk!


Calling all poets! The annual Poetry Out Loud contest will be held Wednesday, January 18th in the media center. Those interested must select 2 poems from www. poetryoutloud. com. 1 poem must be 25 lines or fewer and 1 must be written before the 20th century. Please bring a printed copy of your 2 poems to Mrs. Farrell in room C-01 by January 12th.


The Papillon( pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble performs in their Winter Dance Concert Friday, December 16th at 7pm in the school's auditorium. Special guests are dancers from Creekside Middle School and the 5th period Dance Choreography and Performance class. Tickets are 5 dollars at the door. Friday is also Papillon Night at Chili's! Pick up a coupon at the performance or see any Papillon dancer for one!


Spruce Creek Customs is selling “Creek Merchandise” before school and during lunch in the Atrium. You can come to L-04 during the school day if you would like to purchase merchandise.


Did you know that the Healthy Hawks Garden has plants for sale ranging from $1.00 - $5.00 outside M-26? Right now they have beautiful geraniums which are currently blooming, indoor plants, and stunning outdoor plants for all kinds of conditions. These make great holiday gifts or simply show someone that you care with the purchase of a plant. Students may stop by between classes and teachers please feel free to come any time throughout the day. So don’t forget to stop by the Healthy Hawks Garden outside Ms. Bossardet’s room, M-26 just beyond the parent loop on the East side of the building to pick up that holiday gift of nature’s wondrous beauty.


Not sure what to ask for for Christmas? Why not a yearbook. Unlike snapchat, the yearbook captures your memories forever. Order yours today before the price goes up to $100 after the break.


Tuesday, December 13 2016

We would like to recognize a few more department students for the month of December. For Academy of Finance- Prea Rahman, for Visual Arts- Skylar Theis and for performing arts- Olivia Lindfors. Congratulations ladies.


Congratulations to Logan Siner and Andrew R. Smith for winning the contest of designing the front and back cover of the Program of Studies for 2017-2018. Great Job!


Two of our Creek lifters, Nick Yeager and Amanda Kanawal participated in the American Open this weekend in Orlando. This is a weightlifting competition for youth lifters from all over the nation. Nick Yeager placed 6th place in his weight class. Amanda Kanawal placed third in her weight class.


HOSA club will be conducting a blanket drive this winter to help the less fortunate. Please bring any clean blankets that you have to O-42 by December 19 and receive a volunteer hour! FCCLA, Family, Career, Community, Leaders of America is hosting a school supply drive please help out by donating school supplies. Donation boxes are located in the front office and the 9th grade office. Help out students in your community.


ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS COLLECTING DONATIONS OF DOG AND CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS FOR THE ARNI FOUNDATION, A LOCAL NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER. PLEASE BRING DOG OR CAT FOOD, TREATS, BLANKETS, AND TOYS TO THE DONATION BOXES YOU WILL FIND BY THE FRONT OFFICE, IN THE MEDIA CENTER, IN MRS. LEATHEAD’S CLASSROOM (PORTABLE 24) AND MR. GUFFORD’S CLASSROOM (O33). WE ARE COLLECTING DONATIONS NOW UNTIL JANUARY 20TH, SO PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN TO HELP THIS WORTHY CAUSE.


Boys Track, if you haven’t seen Coach Mowrey to sign up and receive the paper work do so today in room 0-22.


There will be a very important for all those planning on trying out for this year’s boys and girls tennis teams at the beginning of lunch this Thursday in Coach Palmer’s room, C21.


The Gay-Straight Alliance will have a Christmas party tomorrow at lunch in B-11. Please bring food for the potluck and your Secret Santa gift! There will not be a meeting this Thursday.


Good Morning Hawks, Come out and help the African Awareness Club celebrate the principles of Kwanzaa this Wednesday in O-20 during lunch. The principles are: Umoja which means unity; Kujichagulia which means self-determination; Ujima which means working together; Ujamaa which means supporting each other. Nia which means purpose; Kuumba which means creativity; Imani which means faith, especially faith in ourselves. Fun, games and knowledge-All for a price of $3 in advance and $5 at the door! See Mrs. Jones in O-20 for more details and to make your payment. Thank you! It's a great day to be a hawk!


Calling all poets! The annual Poetry Out Loud contest will be held Wednesday, January 18th in the media center. Those interested must select 2 poems from www. poetryoutloud. com. 1 poem must be 25 lines or fewer and 1 must be written before the 20th century. Please bring a printed copy of your 2 poems to Mrs. Farrell in room C-01 by January 12th.


Spruce Creek Customs is selling “Creek Merchandise” before school and during lunch in the Atrium. You can come to L-04 during the school day if you would like to purchase merchandise.


Not sure what to ask for for Christmas? Why not a yearbook. Unlike snapchat, the yearbook captures your memories forever. Order yours today before the price goes up to $100 after the break.


Monday, December 12 2016

We would like to announce the Hawks being recognized for the month of December 2016. Athlete- Amanda Kanawall, Citizen-Kayne Finley, Scholar- Alexander Lacerna and our Hawk of the month for December- Matthew Lehr.


The department students for December are: AITR- Molly Fox. AVID- Rachel Conrey, Family and Consumer Science- Rebecca Trzeciak and Boenn Baker, CTE- Madison Hodgins and Alice Williams and Daniel Ferdinand. For Math- Seth Jolly, Foreign Language- Erin Petkus, Science- Lauryn Sparger and Hiba Nadeem. For JROTC Peter Chau and Justin Sanchez, Social Studies- Olivia Harris and David Kurek, for Physical Education- Gage Kananen and Olivia Caiazzo and for Band- David Truilo. Congratulations Hawks. We will celebrate our December Hawks along with those recognized in January with a luncheon on Thursday, January 26th at 11:15am in the Black Hawk Inn and your photo will be taken at 7am that morning in the main office. We hope you will join us for both events.


SENIORS-Remember to bring in your college letters of acceptance to your guidance counselor. We want to add your name to the “Congratulations!” board in the main office, plus celebrate your success with you.


Attention students a representative from Valdosta State will be on campus Monday 12/12 at lunch in the main atrium. Please stop by and learn more about their school.


HOSA club will be conducting a blanket drive this winter to help the less fortunate. Please bring any clean blankets that you have to O-42 by December 19 and receive a volunteer hour!


FCCLA, Family, Career, Community, Leaders of America is hosting a school supply drive please help out by donating school supplies. Donation boxes are located in the front office and the 9th grade office. Help out students in your community.


Good Morning Hawks, Come out and help the African Awareness Club celebrate the principles of Kwanzaa this Wednesday in O-20 during lunch. The principles are: Umoja which means unity; Kujichagulia which means self-determination; Ujima which means working together; Ujamaa which means supporting each other. Nia which means purpose; Kuumba which means creativity; Imani which means faith, especially faith in ourselves. Fun, games and knowledge-All for a price of $3 in advance and $5 at the door! See Mrs. Jones in O-20 for more details and to make your payment. Thank you! It's a great day to be a hawk!


Boys Track, if you haven’t seen Coach Mowrey to sign up and receive the paper work do so today in room 0-22.


Spruce Creek Customs is selling “Creek Merchandise” before school and during lunch in the Atrium. You can come to L-04 during the school day if you would like to purchase merchandise.


Attention all mathletes! Are you interested in competing for a spot on the United States team for the International Mathematical Olympiad? Sign up to take the AMC test on the Spruce Creek High website and you can be a part of this challenging math contest. Freshmen and Sophomores register for the AMC 10 and juniors and seniors for the AMC 12. The cost is $10 and the test will be administered February 7th. The deadline to register is Friday December 16th. Any questions see Mrs. Young in G-3.


Not sure what to ask for for Christmas? Why not a yearbook? Unlike snapchat, the yearbook captures your memories forever. Order yours today before the price goes up to $100 after the break.


Friday, December 9 2016

Winning Door Decorating Teams, Please meet after school in C-16 to receive your team awards. Recipients of the BEST HOLIDAY DOOR OVER ALL was Mr. Gufford's door artists: Assil El-Ghali, Karan Prasad, Caitlin Reader and Randy Truong. Congrats to them and all the team winners for Kerny, Duncan, Bosma & Dupuis, and G. Nelson!


Attention students a representative from Valdosta State will be on campus Monday 12/12 at lunch in the main atrium. Please stop by and learn more about their school.


Spruce Creek Volleyball is pleased to announce that we will have a sand volleyball club program here at Creek. We will start workouts in January. If you are interested in joining, please come to our meeting on Friday during lunch in the Gym. Just look for Coach Swayze. Information will be given out for requirements, practices and so forth. See you on Friday during lunch!


Starting Monday SGA is sponsoring the second annual winter week dress up days:

  • Monday will be Winter Olympics Day: dress like your favorite Winter Olympics sport.
  • Tuesday is Polar Express Day: wear your comfy clothes like flannel pants or onesies.
  • Wednesday is Holiday Decoration Day: dress like an ornament or a Dreidel.
  • Thursday is North Pole Day: Seniors dress like Santa Clause, juniors dress like snowmen, sophomores dress like reindeer, and freshman dress like elves.
  • Friday is ugly sweater day: Wear your favorite ugly holiday sweater.


It’s time to get creative! CSALT will be hosting our third annual Ugly Sweater contest on Friday, December 16th. The runway show will be during lunch in the main atrium. Prizes awarded for: audience favorite, most unique and most creative. To participate, wear your sweater on the 16th and join the walk of shame during lunch in the main atrium to win!


Do you own any gently used children's books that you are willing to give away? The SGA Class of 2020 is sponsoring a 2016 Holiday Children's Book Drive and are donating these books to a local elementary school. Drop off your old books in the pottery room, M-17 starting November 28th. Remember, books donated must be appropriate for children aged 5-13.


HOSA club will be conducting a blanket drive this winter to help the less fortunate. Please bring any clean blankets that you have to O-42 by December 19 and receive a volunteer hour!


Attention all mathletes! Are you interested in competing for a spot on the United States team for the International Mathematical Olympiad? Sign up to take the AMC test on the Spruce Creek High website and you can be a part of this challenging math contest. Freshmen and Sophomores register for the AMC 10 and juniors and seniors for the AMC 12. The cost is $10 and the test will be administered February 7th. The deadline to register is Friday December 16th. Any questions see Mrs. Young in G-3.


FCCLA, Family, Career, Community, Leaders of America is hosting a school supply drive please help out by donating school supplies. Donation boxes are located in the front office and the 9th grade office. Help out students in your community.


PAC- Spruce Creek’s parent group is selling embroidered outerwear. Stop by the main office and chose from pullover hoodies or zipper hoodies available in black, dark grey and light grey, there is also a nylon, dri-fit half zipper pullover. Order this week and you will have it in time for Christmas morning. To place your order visit WWW. SPRUCECREEKHIGH. COM and select the pay online tab or contact PACSCHS@ GMAIL. COM.


Spruce Creek Customs is selling “Creek Merchandise” before school and during lunch in the Atrium. You can come to L-04 during the school day if you would like to purchase merchandise.


Thursday, December 8 2016

The Spruce Creek Girls Weightlifting Team improved their record to 5 and 0 after defeating St. Cloud High School 58 to 32 Wednesday night. The following lifters won their respective weight classes--Carly Newsome, Summer Daraio-Rivera, Rachel Gregory, Nathalie Daniellee, Ruth Boone, Kendall Cowan, Kirsten Menello, Amanda Kanawall.


Our teacher judges for the NHS Door Decorating Contest have decided on the doors of the following teachers are winners: for BEST USE OF THEME- Ms. KERNEY in D-4; MOST UNIQUE- Ms. DUNCAN in C10; BEST USE OF MATERIALS- Mr. BOSMA & Mr. DUPUIS in J12; MOST EYE-CATCHING-Mr. NELSON C26; and BEST DOOR OVERALL- Mr. GUFFORD 033. Many thanks to our judges and Congratulations to our winners.


Attention Seniors. The application for the News Journal’s Medallion of Excellence is on line beginning December 6. Any student wanting to apply for this award will need a completed application delivered to their counselor by Monday January 9. Please be aware of this timeline so you don’t miss this opportunity. See your counselor for more details.


Attention students a representative from Valdosta State will be on campus Monday 12/12 at lunch in the main atrium. Please stop by and learn more about their school.


Starting Monday SGA is sponsoring the second annual winter week dress up days:

  • Monday will be Winter Olympics Day: dress like your favorite Winter Olympics sport.
  • Tuesday is Polar Express Day: wear your comfy clothes like flannel pants or onesies.
  • Wednesday is Holiday Decoration Day: dress like an ornament or a Dreidel.
  • Thursday is North Pole Day: Seniors dress like Santa Clause, juniors dress like snowmen, sophomores dress like reindeer, and freshman dress like elves.
  • Friday is ugly sweater day: Wear your favorite ugly holiday sweater.


Spruce Creek Volleyball is pleased to announce that we will have a sand volleyball club program here at Creek. Please come to our meeting on Friday during lunch in the Gym. Just look for Coach Swayze. Information will be given out for requirements, practices and so forth. See you on Friday during lunch!


It’s time to get creative! CSALT will be hosting our third annual Ugly Sweater contest on Friday, December 16th. The runway show will be during lunch in the main atrium. Prizes awarded for: audience favorite, most unique and most creative. To participate, wear your sweater on the 16th and join the walk of shame during lunch in the main atrium to win!


Do you own any gently used children's books that you are willing to give away? The SGA Class of 2020 is sponsoring a 2016 Holiday Children's Book Drive and are donating these books to a local elementary school. Drop off your old books in the pottery room, M-17 starting November 28th. Remember, books donated must be appropriate for children aged 5-13.


HOSA club will be conducting a blanket drive this winter to help the less fortunate. Please bring any clean blankets that you have to O-42 by December 19 and receive a volunteer hour!


PAC- Spruce Creek’s parent group is selling embroidered outerwear. Stop by the main office and chose from pullover hoodies or zipper hoodies available in black, dark grey and light grey, there is also a nylon, dri-fit half zipper pullover. Order this week and you will have it in time for Christmas morning. To place your order visit WWW. SPRUCECREEKHIGH. COM and select the pay online tab or contact PACSCHS@ GMAIL. COM.


Spruce Creek Customs is selling “Creek Merchandise” before school and during lunch in the Atrium. You can come to L-04 during the school day if you would like to purchase merchandise.


Wednesday, December 7 2016

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE JV AND VARSITY BOYS AND GIRLS SOCCER TEAMS. ALL 4 TEAMS WERE VICTORIOUS VS UNIVERSTIY LAST NIGHT. WAY TO GO HAWKS. COME OUT TOMORROW NIGHT AND SUPPORT THE BOYS AS THEY PLAY RIVAL FPC AT HOME. MATCH TIMES ARE 5:30 AND 7.


Attention Seniors. The application for the News Journal’s Medallion of Excellence is on line beginning December 6. Any student wanting to apply for this award will need a completed application delivered to their counselor by Monday January 9. Please be aware of this timeline so you don’t miss this opportunity. See your counselor for more details.


Attention students a representative from Valdosta State will be on campus Monday 12/12 at lunch in the main atrium. Please stop by and learn more about their school.


Starting Monday SGA is sponsoring the second annual winter week dress up days:

  • Monday will be Winter Olympics Day: dress like your favorite Winter Olympics sport.
  • Tuesday is Polar Express Day: wear your comfy clothes like flannel pants or onesies.
  • Wednesday is Holiday Decoration Day: dress like an ornament or a Dreidel.
  • Thursday is North Pole Day: Seniors dress like Santa Clause, juniors dress like snowmen, sophomores dress like reindeer, and freshman dress like elves.
  • Friday is ugly sweater day: Wear your favorite ugly holiday sweater.


Come out to Boys Basketball's White Out Night against Masters Academy! This Wednesday at 5:30pm & 7pm! All students who wear a white shirt get in the game for just $1.00 Wednesday! We need your support! We're going against the #3 ranked team in the Super 16 and Central Florida. Tell Coach Giddens the answer to this question! Who is the leading scorer in NBA history? If you know the answer, see Coach Giddens at lunch in the gym today! The 1st 15 people with the correct answer will receive a Boys Basketball white t-shirt. Here's a hint - The leading scorer was on the Los Angeles Lakers! Hope to see everyone Wednesday night at 5:30 & 7pm - White Out Night! Creek vs Masters Academy!


Spruce Creek Volleyball is pleased to announce that we will have a sand volleyball club program here at Creek. We will start workouts in January. If you are interested in joining, please come to our meeting on Friday during lunch in the Gym. Just look for Coach Swayze. Information will be given out for requirements, practices and so forth. See you on Friday during lunch!


It’s time to get creative! CSALT will be hosting our third annual Ugly Sweater contest on Friday, December 16th. The runway show will be during lunch in the main atrium. Prizes awarded for: audience favorite, most unique and most creative. To participate, wear your sweater on the 16th and join the walk of shame during lunch in the main atrium to win!


Do you own any gently used children's books that you are willing to give away? The SGA Class of 2020 is sponsoring a 2016 Holiday Children's Book Drive and are donating these books to a local elementary school. Drop off your old books in the pottery room, M-17 starting November 28th. Remember, books donated must be appropriate for children aged 5-13.


HOSA club will be conducting a blanket drive this winter to help the less fortunate. Please bring any clean blankets that you have to O-42 by December 19 and receive a volunteer hour!


Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to support Spruce Creek Chorus. Come in to the Chipotle at 1731 Dunlawton Ave Ste 103 in Port Orange on Wednesday, December 7th between 2:00pm and 9:00pm. Bring in a flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Spruce Creek Chorus.


PAC- Spruce Creek’s parent group is selling embroidered outerwear. Stop by the main office and chose from pullover hoodies or zipper hoodies available in black, dark grey and light grey, there is also a nylon, dri-fit half zipper pullover. Order this week and you will have it in time for Christmas morning. To place your order visit WWW. SPRUCECREEKHIGH. COM and select the pay online tab or contact PACSCHS@ GMAIL. COM.


Spruce Creek Customs is selling “Creek Merchandise” before school and during lunch in the Atrium. You can come to L-04 during the school day if you would like to purchase merchandise.


Tuesday, December 6 2016

A TRAFFIC STOP SIGN USED BY THE SPRUCE CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD WAS PICKED UP THIS MORNING BY ONE OF OUR STUDENTS. IF YOU HAPPEN TO HAVE THE SIGN, PLEASE BRING IT TO THE DEAN’S OFFICE OR GIVE IT TO ONE OF THE CAMPUS ADVISORS. THESE SIGNS ARE VERY IMPORTANT FOR THE SAFETY OF OUR STUDENTS. WE UNDERSTAND THAT THE SIGN WAS LEFT LAYING ON THE GROUND AND ONE OF OUR STUDENTS MAY HAVE PICKED IT UP FOR SAFE KEEPING TO BE RETURNED TO THE CROSSING GUARD.


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE JV GIRLS SOCCER TEAM AS THEY ARE CHAMPIONS OF THE PANTHER INVITATIONAL. THE LADY HAWKS DEFEATED DELTONA, SEABREEZE AND UNIVERSITY TO WIN THE TEAM CHAMPION TROPHY. GREAT JOB LADY HAWKS.


CLASS RING DELIVERY-Your Jostens class ring will be delivered here at SPRUCE CREEK High on MONDAY & TUESDAY DECEMBER 5TH & 6TH DURING LUNCH in the main atrium. Balance of rings due at time of Delivery. NO PERSONAL CHECKS. Any Junior/Senior wishing to order a class ring should bring a $50.00 deposit and see the representative for assistance. Packets are available at the front office.


Attention Seniors. The application for the News Journal’s Medallion of Excellence is on line beginning December 6. Any student wanting to apply for this award will need a completed application delivered to their counselor by Monday January 9. Please be aware of this timeline so you don’t miss this opportunity. See your counselor for more details.


Attention seniors looking for scholarships! Go to our web site, sprucecreekhigh.com, click on the STUDENT tab, drop down and click on the SCHOLARSHIP tab. There are plenty of scholarships available to our students. Please be sure to check the due date on them! Happy hunting!


Attention students a representative from Valdosta State will be on campus Monday 12/12 at lunch in the main atrium. Please stop by and learn more about their school.


Come out to Boys Basketball's White Out Night against Masters Academy! This Wednesday at 5:30pm & 7pm! All students who wear a white shirt get in the game for just $1.00 Wednesday! We need your support! We're going against the #3 ranked team in the Super 16 and Central Florida. Tell Coach Giddens the answer to this question! Who is the leading scorer in NBA history? If you know the answer, see Coach Giddens at lunch in the gym today! The 1st 15 people with the correct answer will receive a Boys Basketball white t-shirt. Here's a hint - The leading scorer was on the Los Angeles Lakers! Hope to see everyone Wednesday night at 5:30 & 7pm - White Out Night! Creek vs Masters Academy!


For everyone who signed up to play in the volleyball league during lunch on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, please take a look at the play list Tuesday before lunch. If your team is scheduled to play we need you there as soon as possible. If you have any questions, please see Coach Swayze. We look forward to a great event! Thanks for your participation!


It’s time to get creative! CSALT will be hosting our third annual Ugly Sweater contest on Friday, December 16th. The runway show will be during lunch in the main atrium. Prizes awarded for: audience favorite, most unique and most creative. To participate, wear your sweater on the 16th and join the walk of shame during lunch in the main atrium to win!


Do you own any gently used children's books that you are willing to give away? The SGA Class of 2020 is sponsoring a 2016 Holiday Children's Book Drive and are donating these books to a local elementary school. Drop off your old books in the pottery room, M-17 starting November 28th. Remember, books donated must be appropriate for children aged 5-13.


HOSA club will be conducting a blanket drive this winter to help the less fortunate. Please bring any clean blankets that you have to O-42 by December 19 and receive a volunteer hour!


Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to support Spruce Creek Chorus. Come in to the Chipotle at 1731 Dunlawton Ave Ste 103 in Port Orange on Wednesday, December 7th between 2:00pm and 9:00pm. Bring in a flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Spruce Creek Chorus.


PAC- Spruce Creek’s parent group is selling embroidered outerwear. Stop by the main office and chose from pullover hoodies or zipper hoodies available in black, dark grey and light grey, there is also a nylon, dri-fit half zipper pullover. Order this week and you will have it in time for Christmas morning. To place your order visit WWW. SPRUCECREEKHIGH. COM and select the pay online tab or contact PACSCHS@ GMAIL. COM.


Spruce Creek Customs is selling “Creek Merchandise” before school and during lunch in the Atrium. You can come to L-04 during the school day if you would like to purchase merchandise.


Monday, December 5 2016

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE JV GIRLS SOCCER TEAM AS THEY ARE CHAMPIONS OF THE PANTHER INVITATIONAL. THE LADY HAWKS DEFEATED DELTONA, SEABREEZE AND UNIVERSITY TO WIN THE TEAM CHAMPION TROPHY. GREAT JOB LADY HAWKS.


CLASS RING DELIVERY-Your Jostens class ring will be delivered here at SPRUCE CREEK High on MONDAY & TUESDAY DECEMBER 5TH & 6TH DURING LUNCH in the main atrium. Balance of rings due at time of Delivery. NO PERSONAL CHECKS. Any Junior/Senior wishing to order a class ring should bring a $50.00 deposit and see the representative for assistance. Packets are available at the front office.


SENIORS-Remember to bring in your college letters of acceptance to your guidance counselor. We want to add your name to the “Congratulations!” board in the main office, plus celebrate your success with you.


Attention Seniors. The application for the News Journal’s Medallion of Excellence is on line beginning December 6. Any student wanting to apply for this award will need a completed application delivered to their counselor by Monday January 9. Please be aware of this timeline so you don’t miss this opportunity. See your counselor for more details.


Attention seniors looking for scholarships! Go to our web site, sprucecreekhigh.com, click on the STUDENT tab, drop down and click on the SCHOLARSHIP tab. There are plenty of scholarships available to our students. Please be sure to check the due date on them! Happy hunting!


Attention students a representative from Valdosta State will be on campus Monday 12/12 at lunch in the main atrium. Please stop by and learn more about their school.


Do you own any gently used children's books that you are willing to give away? The SGA Class of 2020 is sponsoring a 2016 Holiday Children's Book Drive and are donating these books to a local elementary school. Drop off your old books in the pottery room, M-17 starting November 28th. Remember, books donated must be appropriate for children aged 5-13.


Mu Alpha Theta members please be sure to join the “Remind” text messaging system used for the club. This is the only way to receive important information about meetings and competitions. To join text @schsmua to 81010. Also, stop by today to pick up fruit snacks for our December fundraiser.


Make dinner a selfless act by joining us for a fundraiser to support Spruce Creek Chorus. Come in to the Chipotle at 1731 Dunlawton Ave Ste 103 in Port Orange on Wednesday, December 7th between 2:00pm and 9:00pm. Bring in a flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Spruce Creek Chorus.


PAC - SPRUCE CREEK'S PARENTS GROUP IS SELLING EMBROIDERED OUTERWEAR.. ITEMS INCLUDE PULLOVER ($25) AND ZIPPER ($30) HOODIES IN BLACK, DARK & LIGHT GREY.ALSO A BLACK & ORANGE NYLON HALF ZIPPER PULLOVER JACKET ($35). Sizes S-XL (2XL additional cost). TO ORDER, GO TO OUR SCHOOL WEBSITE AT WWW. SPRUCECREEKHIGH. COM AND selected the pay online tab or CONTACT PACSCHS@ GMAIL. COM. THEY WILL MAKE GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFTS!


Spruce Creek Customs is selling “Creek Merchandise” before school and during lunch in the Atrium. You can come to L-04 during the school day if you would like to purchase merchandise.


Friday, December 2 2016

The Spruce Creek Girls Weightlifting Team improved their record to 4 and 0 after defeating University 67 to 23 Thursday night. The following lifters won their respective weight classes--Carly Newsome, Anna Carter, Summer Daraio-Rivera, Rachel Gregory, Nathalie Daniellee, Ruth Boone, Kendall Cowan, Kirsten Menello, Amanda Kanawall, and Nick Hipp.


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE LADY HAWKS VARSITY AND JV TEAMS FOR THEIR VICTORIES AGAINST NSB ON LAST EVENING! BOTH TEAMS PLAYED HARD TO KEEP THEIR UNDEFEATED RECORDS. WAY TO GO LADY HAWKS!


CLASS RING DELIVERY-Your Jostens class ring will be delivered here at SPRUCE CREEK High on MONDAY & TUESDAY DECEMBER 5TH & 6TH DURING LUNCH in the main atrium. Balance of rings due at time of Delivery. NO PERSONAL CHECKS. Any Junior/Senior wishing to order a class ring should bring a $50.00 deposit and see the representative for assistance. Packets are available at the front office.


Attention seniors looking for scholarships! Go to our web site, sprucecreekhigh.com, click on the STUDENT tab, drop down and click on the SCHOLARSHIP tab. There are plenty of scholarships available to our students. Please be sure to check the due date on them! Happy hunting!


Horizon Elementary School is in need of extra volunteers for their Winter Festival on Dec 9th from 6-8pm. Please stop by the activities office to sign up. Clubs, organizations and individuals will earn service hours for this event.


The City of Port Orange is hosting 2 Events on Friday Night at City Center with Port Orange Family Days Team. They are seeking to recruit Volunteers for each shift. The events are the Food Truck Rally and Movie under the stars Featuring “ELF”. If you would like to volunteer as a group of buddies, a club or individual please stop by the activities office, or look for this notice on the announcement boards with more information.


IF YOU WANT TO SEE SOME EXCITING GIRLS BASKETBALL PLEASE COME OUT TONIGHT AND TOMORROW FOR THE LADY HAWKS 2ND ANNUAL ALL OUT SHOOTOUT. TEAMS FROM TAMPA, JACKSONVILLE, PALM BEACH AND OTHER AREAS OF THE STATE WILL BE HERE PARTICIPATING. GAME S BEGIN TODAY AT 3:30 PM AND SATURDAY AT 9:30 AM. THE LADY HAWKS WILL PLAY AT 8 PM TONIGHT AGAINST APOPKA HS AND 8PM SATURDAY NIGHT AGAINST STATE CONTENDERS JONES HS.


Any Boy who is interested in running track and missed the meeting at lunch on Tuesday, needs to stop by Coach Mowrey’s Room, 0-22, to pick up important information. Attention all volleyball enthusiasts and players. We are having a 6 on 6 co-ed volleyball tournament during lunch in the gym. Come by Friday, Dec. 2nd, during lunch to sign up with Coach Swayze. Any teachers interested may sign up as well. We will also have a brief meeting about sand volleyball. If you are interested in either one of these events, please see Coach Swayze at the beginning of lunch Friday.


Do you own any gently used children's books that you are willing to give away? The SGA Class of 2020 is sponsoring a 2016 Holiday Children's Book Drive and are donating these books to a local elementary school. Drop off your old books in the pottery room, M-17 starting November 28th. Remember, books donated must be appropriate for children aged 5-13.


National Honor Society invites you to participate in the DOOR DECORATING CONTEST. DISNEY WINTER is the theme and the deadline is December 5th. Groups with four members and Clubs with 4 participants are welcome to enter the contest for the BEST OVERALL COOKIE CAKE prize to be given December 9th. Just be sure to let Mrs. Keith (DeborahKeith24 @gmail.com) or Ms. Green ( room B3) know you’re participating and the location of your door.

List student participants and the teacher's name and room number.

  1. 1. Door windows cannot be covered!
  2. 2. Battery operated lights are permissible.
  3. 3. DO NOT use electrical cords which will prohibit the door from shutting.
  4. 4. Teachers must give permission to have the door decorated
  5. (many have already been claimed by NHS members)

Remember the deadline is December 5th!


Mu Alpha Theta members please be sure to join the “Remind” text messaging system used for the club. This is the only way to receive important information about meetings and competitions. To join text @schsmua to 81010. Also, stop by today to pick up fruit snacks for our December fundraiser.


Healthy Hawks Garden has plants for sale from $1.00 - $5.00 outside M-26 on the East side of the building. The purchase of these plants supports our life skills class and encourages healthy living. Students stop by between classes and teachers please feel free to come during your planning period.


Spruce Creek Customs is selling “Creek Merchandise” before school and during lunch in the Atrium. You can come to L-04 during the school day if you would like to purchase merchandise.


PAC - SPRUCE CREEK'S PARENTS GROUP IS SELLING EMBROIDERED OUTERWEAR.. ITEMS INCLUDE PULLOVER ($25) AND ZIPPER ($30) HOODIES IN BLACK, DARK & LIGHT GREY.ALSO A BLACK & ORANGE NYLON HALF ZIPPER PULLOVER JACKET ($35). Sizes S-XL (2XL additional cost). TO ORDER, GO TO OUR SCHOOL WEBSITE AT WWW. SPRUCECREEKHIGH. COM AND selected the pay online tab or CONTACT PACSCHS@ GMAIL. COM. THEY WILL MAKE GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFTS!


Thursday, December 1 2016

Horizon Elementary School is in need of extra volunteers for their Winter Festival on Dec 9th from 6-8pm. Please stop by the activities office to sign up. Clubs, organizations and individuals will earn service hours for this event.


THE PLACE TO BE TO BE TONIGHT IS HERE AT THE NEST! COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE UNDEFEATED LADY HAWKS BASKETBALL TEAM AS THEY PLAY UNDEFEATED NSB HIGH SCHOOL TONIGHT. ANY STUDENT WHO BRINGS IN A NEW TOY FOR “TOYS FOR TOTS” WILL GET IN THE GAME FREE!! CREEK CRAZIES AND STUDENT BODY WE NEED YOU TO SHOW UP AND SHOW OUT! GAME TIMES ARE 5:30 & 7:00 PM.


Any Boy who is interested in running track and missed the meeting at lunch on Tuesday, needs to stop by Coach Mowrey’s Room, 0-22, to pick up important information.


Attention all volleyball enthusiasts and players. We are having a 6 on 6 co-ed volleyball tournament during lunch in the gym. Come by Friday, Dec. 2nd, during lunch to sign up with Coach Swayze. Any teachers interested may sign up as well. We will also have a brief meeting about sand volleyball. If you are interested in either one of these events, please see Coach Swayze at the beginning of lunch Friday.


Do you own any gently used children's books that you are willing to give away? The SGA Class of 2020 is sponsoring a 2016 Holiday Children's Book Drive and are donating these books to a local elementary school. Drop off your old books in the pottery room, M-17 starting November 28th. Remember, books donated must be appropriate for children aged 5-13.


National Honor Society invites you to participate in the DOOR DECORATING CONTEST. DISNEY WINTER is the theme and the deadline is December 5th. Groups with four members and Clubs with 4 participants are welcome to enter the contest for the BEST OVERALL COOKIE CAKE prize to be given December 9th. Just be sure to let Mrs. Keith (DeborahKeith24 @gmail.com) or Ms. Green ( room B3) know you’re participating and the location of your door.

List student participants and the teacher's name and room number.

  1. 1. Door windows cannot be covered!
  2. 2. Battery operated lights are permissible.
  3. 3. DO NOT use electrical cords which will prohibit the door from shutting.
  4. 4. Teachers must give permission to have the door decorated
  5. (many have already been claimed by NHS members)

Remember the deadline is December 5th!


PAC - SPRUCE CREEK'S PARENTS GROUP IS SELLING EMBROIDERED OUTERWEAR.. ITEMS INCLUDE PULLOVER ($25) AND ZIPPER ($30) HOODIES IN BLACK, DARK & LIGHT GREY.ALSO A BLACK & ORANGE NYLON HALF ZIPPER PULLOVER JACKET ($35). Sizes S-XL (2XL additional cost). CONTACT PACSCHS@ GMAIL. COM TO ORDER YOURS TODAY. THEY WILL MAKE GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFTS!


Wednesday, November 30 2016

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A 2ND PERIOD ON CAMPUS, PLEASE GO TO THE DATA OFFICE TO PICK UP YOUR MIDTERM GRADES.


Horizon Elementary School is in need of extra volunteers for their Winter Festival on Dec 9th from 6-8pm. Please stop by the activities office to sign up. Clubs, organizations and individuals will earn service hours for this event.


Do you own any gently used children's books that you are willing to give away? The SGA Class of 2020 is sponsoring a 2016 Holiday Children's Book Drive and are donating these books to a local elementary school. Drop off your old books in the pottery room, M-17 starting November 28th. Remember, books donated must be appropriate for children aged 5-13.


PAC - SPRUCE CREEK'S PARENTS GROUP IS SELLING EMBROIDERED OUTERWEAR.. ITEMS INCLUDE PULLOVER ($25) AND ZIPPER ($30) HOODIES IN BLACK, DARK & LIGHT GREY.ALSO A BLACK & ORANGE NYLON HALF ZIPPER PULLOVER JACKET ($35). Sizes S-XL (2XL additional cost). CONTACT PACSCHS@ GMAIL. COM TO ORDER YOURS TODAY. THEY WILL MAKE GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFTS!


All Girls interested in participating in track and field conditioning …….. there will be an informational meeting at lunch today in room P-5. See coach Gallon for more details.


Any Boy who is interested in running track and missed the meeting at lunch on Tuesday, needs to stop by Coach Mowrey’s Room, 0-22, to pick up important information.


Congratulations to The undefeated JV and Varsity Lady Hawks Basketball teams for their victories against district rival Mandarin HS (Jacksonville, FL). The Varsity team was led by Jr. Danika Hamilton and Sophomore Alyssa Derrick. The JV team was led by Sophomore Autumn Sapp with 12 points and Freshman Jordan Elder with 9 points. Great Effort by the entire team.


CONGRATS TO ALL 4 CREEK SOCCER TEAMS FOR THEIR VICTORIES OVER NSB TUESDAY NIGHT. ALL FOUR TEAMS EARNED SHUTOUT VICTORIES. COME OUT TOMORROW NIGHT AND SUPPORT OUR LADY HAWKS AS THEY TAKE ON DELAND. MATCH TIMES ARE 5:30 AND 7


Tuesday, November 29 2016

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A 2ND PERIOD ON CAMPUS, PLEASE GO TO THE DATA OFFICE TO PICK UP YOUR MIDTERM GRADES.


Today is the 2nd blood drive of the year. If you did not get a chance to sign up don’t worry as long as your 17 or older and have a photo ID you can stop by the N building to get a time to donate.


All Boys interested in running track there will be an informational meeting at lunch today in room O-22. See coach Mowrey for more details.


Football players, coaches and families - tomorrow is the absolute last day to RSVP for the football banquet. Please return your invitation and money to either Coach Price or Mrs Passamonte by Wednesday, 30 Nov. Unfortunately, family members that have not RSVP'd and paid will not be admitted into the program.


Come get your culture on with Writers Ink in the Media Center on Tuesday, 11/29 from 5-7 for Open Mike night. Listen to your fellow Hawks sing and recite in a pleasant coffeehouse atmosphere. See you there!


Do you own any gently used children's books that you are willing to give away? The SGA Class of 2020 is sponsoring a 2016 Holiday Children's Book Drive and are donating these books to a local elementary school. Drop off your old books in the pottery room, M-17 starting November 28th. Remember, books donated must be appropriate for children aged 5-13.


Attention to all FCCLA members, meeting is canceled today. We will meet tomorrow, Wednesday November 30th in room D12 at lunch time.


Seniors: To is the last possible day to turn in any senior tribute ads. Turn them into Coach Mowrey in 0-22.


Horizon Elementary School is in need of extra volunteers for their Winter Festival on Dec 9th from 6-8pm. Please stop by the activities office to sign up. Clubs, organizations and individuals will earn service hours for this event.


We would like to congratulate the following culinary students for their accomplishments at the 2016 County Fair.

COUNTY FAIR "BAKED GOODS" RIBBON AWARDS
LAST NAME FIRST NAME RIBBON
ADAMS JESSICA 3RD COOKIES
AYALA CHRISTOPHER HM COOKIES
BENNETT CHRISTIAN 3RD COOKIES
BUTLER AMBER HM COOKIES
CANNINO OLIVIA 3RD COOKIES
CATHERWOOD RILEY 2ND COOKIES
COLLETTI SALVATORE 3RD COOKIES
COOKSEY PAIGE 2ND COOKIES
CREECH AARON 2ND COOKIES
CUE ANTOINETTE 3RD COOKIES
DAVIESBROOKS 2ND COOKIES
DAVIS DONOVAN 2ND COOKIES
DELIMAN ALEXA 1STCOOKIES
DERANGER ELIZABETH 2ND COOKIES
DIEGO ALIANA HM COOKIES
DOAN ANDREW 3RD COOKIES
ESTEP MICHAEL 2ND COOKIES
FASON NAJEE 1ST COOKIES
FIELDS TYREE 2ND DECORATED CAKE
FIGUEROA SICBALDI JOHN 3RD COOKIES
FISHER JASMINE HM COOKIES
FONTANEZ STARASIA 3RD COOKIES
FRANGOULIS ANASTASIA 2ND COOKIES
GARDNER ALISA 3RD DECORATED CAKE
GAVIGAN CHRISTIAN 3RD COOKIES
GENTLE TREYVON 3RD COOKIES
GUMBS ABDUL 1ST COOKIES
HARDEN TYLER 2ND COOKIES
HODGINS MADISON HM COOKIES
JENNEY CASSIDY 2ND DECORATED CAKE
KEELER BRIANNA 3RD COOKIES
KIMBLE ASHAHYA 1ST COOKIES
KIMBLE AMARI 3RD COOKIES
KORABIK SAVANNAH 1ST COOKIES
KUNKLE JAIDEN 3RD COOKIES
LAGGER NORMA 3RD COOKIES
LEONARD TYLER HM COOKIES
MAISONET JOHN 2ND DECORATED CAKE
MCCLOUD EKIEL 3RD COOKIES
MCCLOUD EMANI 3RD COOKIES
MCCLOUD EMMANUEL 3RD COOKIES
MCGHEE BENJAMIN 3RD COOKIES
MCINTYRE MITCHELL HM COOKIES
MEJIA MELISSA 1ST COOKIES
MENDEZ OSCAR 2ND COOKIES
MOSES CALEB COOKIES
MOYER CARSON 3RD DECORATED CAKE
NICHOLSON SAMANTHA 1ST DECORATED CAKE
NIST ALEC 1ST COOKIES
OBIDOV SUKHROB HM COOKIES
PALMER THERESA 1ST COOKIES
PANTI ELYSSA 3RD COOKIES
PELUDAT EMILY HM COOKIES
POARCH AMBER HM COOKIES
RICE MATTHEW 2ND COOKIES
SMITH ANDREW HM COOKIES
THOMPSON RACHEL 3RD COOKIES
WEBSTER JAKOB 2ND COOKIES
WRIGHT DEZYRE 3RD DECORATED CAKE


Monday, November 28 2016

Congratulations to the Varsity and JV Lady Hawks Basketball teams for their victories against Seabreeze High School. Both teams are currently undefeated. Great effort was given by the entire team.


Just a reminder for all of our Hawks being recognized for the month of November that there is a luncheon being held for you tomorrow at 11:15am in the Black Hawk Inn. Your presence is also requested at 7am tomorrow in the main office to have your photo taken. If you cannot attend either event or have any questions, please stop by the Activities Office today.


IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A 2ND PERIOD ON CAMPUS, PLEASE GO TO THE DATA OFFICE TO PICK UP YOUR MIDTERM GRADES.


SENIORS-Remember to bring in your college letters of acceptance to your guidance counselor. We want to add your name to the “Congratulations!” board in the main office, plus celebrate your success with you.


IT’S Game time! Please come out and support your Lady Hawks Basketball teams as the y play Jacksonville Mandarin HS on tomorrow night. Game Times 5:30 and 7:00 PM.


All Boys interested in running track there will be an informational meeting at lunch on Tuesday in room O-22. See coach Mowrey for more details.


Any ladies interested in trying out for the softball team on January 23rd need to attend an informational meeting Tuesday in N-10- the small weightroom. After school training will be every Tuesday and Thursday until tryouts. Please see Coach Mac if you have any questions.


Come get your culture on with Writers Ink in the Media Center on Tuesday, 11/29 from 5-7 for Open Mike night. Listen to your fellow Hawks sing and recite in a pleasant coffeehouse atmosphere. See you there!


Chess Club is cancelled for today and next Monday. We will resume normal meetings on December 12.


Seniors: Tomorrow is the last possible day to turn in any senior tribute ads. Turn them into Coach Mowrey in 0-22.


Tuesday, November 22 2016

We would like to take this time to announce our faculty and staff winners for the month of November. Our Teacher of the Month- Mr. Brad McFarland, for Teaching Technique - Madam Astrid Augat, Educational Atmosphere- Mrs. Vonda Morris, for Special Projects- Mr. John Dupuis, our Volunteer of the Month- Mrs. Peggy Roles, and our Staff Member for the month of November- Mrs. Tammy Graham. We are very thankful for the faculty, staff and numerous volunteers that make up our Hawk family. You are a blessing all throughout the year!


CONGRATS TO THE VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER TEAM FOR THEIR 5-2 VICTORY OVER LAKE HIGHLAND PREP MONDAY NIGHT


CONGRATS TO THE JV BOYS SOCCER TEAM AS THEY IMPROVED THEIR RECORD TO 6-0 WITH AN 8-0 WIN OVER MENENDEZ


CONGRATS TO THE VARSITY BOYS SOCCER TEAM FOR AN OUTSTANDING EFFORT IN THEIR 7-0 VICTORY OVER MENENDEZ


IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A 2ND PERIOD ON CAMPUS, PLEASE GO TO THE DATA OFFICE TO PICK UP YOUR MIDTERM GRADES.


IT'S GAME TIME!! COME OUT TONIGHT TO WATCH THE LADY HAWKS GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAMS PLAY THE SEABREEZE SANDCRABS. GAME TIMES ARE 5:30 (JV) AND 7:00 PM (VARSITY).


Football players, coaches & trainers be sure to give Coach Price your banquet RSVP today if you have not already!


Come get your culture on with Writers Ink in the Media Center on Tuesday, 11/29 from 5-7 for Open Mike night. Listen to your fellow Hawks sing and recite in a pleasant coffeehouse atmosphere. See you there!


Students interested in working on the technical team for "Into the Woods" please stop by the auditorium for a meeting at lunch on Tuesday Nov 22nd.


Want to help Creek become a leader in Green initiatives? Sick of having to drive that jacked up gas guzzling truck to school? Tired of not being able to charge your electric car at Creek? Austin Nisbett and SEA club have set up a gofundme to help make our school friendly to cleaner vehicles. Spread the word and donate yourself and the installation of this one electric vehicle charger at Creek will help promote a greener lifestyle for us and our community. Go to www. gofundme. Com/schsev.


SPRUCE CREEK'S PARENTS GROUP IS SELLING EMBROIDERED OUTERWEAR.. ITEMS INCLUDE PULLOVER ($25) AND ZIPPER ($30) HOODIES IN BLACK, DARK & LIGHT GREY.ALSO A BLACK & ORANGE NYLON HALF ZIPPER PULLOVER JACKET ($35). Sizes S-XL (2XL additional cost). CONTACT PACSCHS@ GMAIL.COM TO ORDER YOURS TODAY. THEY WILL MAKE GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFTS!


Senior tribute ads will not be accepted after 2 pm Tuesday November 29. There is still a 10% late fee. At that time, senior ads will be closed for this book. Turn ads into coach mowrey in room 0-22 or into coach Mowrey's mailbox.


Monday, November 21 2016

Congratulations to members of our theatre troupe 2461 that competed at the district level competition this past weekend. All performances were rated excellent or superior. In addition, the cast and crew of the one act play "Life Below Zero" was selected to perform at the state festival and Orlando Fringe festival later in the year. Special awards went to the following students: Forrest Stringfellow was selected for Best in Show for the monologue category, Best Actor in a one-act play and was awarded a $500 scholarship. Jordan Gago was awarded a $1000 musical theatre scholarship. Ethan Rich was selected as Best Supporting Actor in one act play. John Zamborsky was selected for Best in Show for the solo musical category and overall Critiques Choice for the entire conference. John will perform at the opening ceremony at the state festival. Well done Hawks!


Students interested in working on the technical team for "Into the Woods" please stop by the auditorium for a meeting at lunch on Tuesday Nov 22nd.


CONGRATS TO THE JV AND VARSITY BOYS SOCCER TEAMS FOR THEIR SHUTOUT VICTORIES OVER SPACE COAST FRIDAY NIGHT. THE JV REMAINED UNDEFEATED WITH A RECORD OF 5-0 WHILE THE VARSITY IMPROVED TO 4-1. COME OUT AND SUPPORT OUR VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER TEAM AS THEY HAVE A HOME MATCH TONIGHT. THE LADY HAWKS TAKE ON LAKE HIGHLAND PREP AT 6PM


Come get your culture on with Writers Ink in the Media Center on Tuesday, 11/29 from 5-7 for Open Mike night. Listen to your fellow Hawks sing and recite in a pleasant coffeehouse atmosphere. See you there!

Hey Class of 2016! We want to celebrate with you, so when you receive your college acceptance letter, bring it in to the guidance department and we will add your name to the Congratulations board.

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A 2ND PERIOD ON CAMPUS, PLEASE GO TO THE DATA OFFICE TO PICK UP YOUR MIDTERM GRADES.


The activities office has a few school year agendas left for any student looking to get organized or stay organized during the holidays and the rest of the year. Stop by to pick one up today.


Want to help Creek become a leader in Green initiatives? Sick of having to drive that jacked up gas guzzling truck to school? Tired of not being able to charge your electric car at Creek? Austin Nisbett and SEA club have set up a gofundme to help make our school friendly to cleaner vehicles. Spread the word and donate yourself and the installation of this one electric vehicle charger at Creek will help promote a greener lifestyle for us and our community. Go to www. gofundme. Com/schsev.


Senior tribute ads will not be accepted after 2 pm Tuesday November 29. There is still a 10% late fee. At that time, senior ads will be closed for this book. Turn ads into coach Mowrey in room 0-22 or into Coach Mowrey’ s mailbox.


We would like to congratulate web design student Katherine Holtz and DCT student Madison Lyle as department students of the month. Ladies, don’t forget to join us Tuesday, November 29th for the Hawk of the month luncheon, honoring all of our November winners.


Friday, November 18 2016

Congratulations to our department students for the month of November. AITR- John Many, AVID- James Haywood, Academy of Finance-Christopher Peterson , Math- Jonathan Yu, Foreign Language- Juanita Morales, Science- Austin Nisbett, Performing Arts- John Zamborsky, Physical Education- Tristan Overholzer and Cody Franco, Reading- Taylor Shenk and for Visual arts- Taylor Foulkrod.


Our Hawks of the month for November 2016 are: Athlete of the month- Levi Parsons, Citizen of the month- Lauryn Sparger, Scholar of the month- Cuc Van and our Hawk of the month for November 2016 is Bryan Rerko.


The Parent Advisory Council for Spruce Creek High School would like to recognize the following students as the 1st quarter Excellence in Effort winners: Donovan Davis, Addison Messina, Dylan Cimiluca, Kailee Hall, Deshawn Moody, Rachel Thompson, Colin Cowan, Louis Latulippe, Cuc Van, Ariana Taylor, Kyree Sherard and Lois Massey.


Congratulations again, all November winners. We will announce our faculty and staff winners on Monday. Don’t forget to attend the luncheon in your honor Tuesday, November 29th at 11:15am in the Black Hawk Inn and your photo will be taken that morning at 7am in the main office.


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE VARSITY BOYS AND VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER TEAMS FOR SHUTOUT VICTORIES OVER MAINLAND ON THURSDAY.


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE JV GIRLS SOCCER TEAM AS THEY REMAINED UNDEFEATED WITH A 3-1 VICTORY OVER RIVAL FPC


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE JV BOYS SOCCER TEAM AS THEY REMAINED UNDEFEATED WITH A 4-1 VICTORY OVER MAINLAND


SPRUCE CREEK GIRLS BASKETBALL ALL YOU CAN EAT PANCAKES, SAUSAGE, CHEESE GRITS, & BEVERAGES Only $5.00 per person. Date: November 19, 2016 Time: 8:00 UNTIL 10:30 AM. Aunt Catfish’s On the River. THERE WILL BE SEVERAL RAFFLES FOR GIFT BASKETS.


Seniors, the yearbook still has space for your senior ads. Please turn them in before Friday. Remember there is a 10% late fee at this point in time. Hurry space is filling up and time is running out.


Yearbooks are now at $95. Get yours today before the price goes up!


Thursday, November 17 2016

The Spruce Creek girls Weightlifting Team improved their record to 3 and 0 after defeating New Smyrna 58 to 28 Wednesday night. The following lifters won their respective weight classes--Carly Newsome, Summer Daraio-Rivera, Hailey Jones, Ruth Boone, Kendall Cowan, Kirsten Menello, and Amanda Kanawall. Attention All Juniors and seniors. The Guidance department will be sponsoring a financial Aide night this Thursday at 6:30pm in the Auditorium. Speakers will discuss Bright futures and Financial Aide process for attending college.


ATTENTION FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS, THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT IS COLLECTING NON PERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS FOR THANKSGIVING BASKETS WE WILL BE DONATING. PLEASE STOP BY WITH ANY DONATIONS YOU MAY HAVE AND DROP THEM OFF IN THE BOX IN GUIDANCE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND SUPPORT.


Come out tonight & support Spruce Creek Boys Basketball at our Annual Game of Life asketball Classic. Varsity game at 7pm. See you there! Tickets are only $3 for students.


Today is the last day to sign up for the Dodgeball tournament. You need to submit your forms by 3:00 pm in order to participate. The cost is $10 per team and it will begin at 3:15 on Friday.


If you dressed up as a French Historical Figure or Character today, come and sign up with Mme Augat in F-02! Costumes will be judged during at lunch in F-02 today, during the French meeting! The best one will win a prize! And be sure to sign up for food tomorrow with Madame Augat today! Et comme toujours, [ay kom toojooh] C’est un grand jour [saytuh gran jooh] Pour être un épervier! [poor aytr uhn ayperviay]. It’s a great day to be a hawk!


Want to help Creek become a leader in Green initiatives? Sick of having to drive that jacked up gas guzzling truck to school? Tired of not being able to charge your electric car at Creek? Austin Nisbett and SEA club have set up a gofundme to help make our school friendly to cleaner vehicles. Spread the word and donate yourself and the installation of this one electric vehicle charger at Creek will help promote a greener lifestyle for us and our community. Go to www. gofundme. Com/schsev.


SPRUCE CREEK GIRLS BASKETBALL ALL YOU CAN EAT PANCAKES, SAUSAGE, CHEESE GRITS, & BEVERAGES Only $5.00 per person. Date: November 19, 2016 Time: 8:00 UNTIL 10:30 AM. Aunt Catfish’s On the River. THERE WILL BE SEVERAL RAFFLES FOR GIFT BASKETS.


Seniors, the yearbook still has space for your senior ads. Please turn them in before Friday. Remember there is a 10% late fee at this point in time. Hurry space is filling up and time is running out.


Yearbooks are now at $95. Get yours today before the price goes up!


Wednesday, November 16 2016

CONGRATS TO THE JV AND VARSTIY BOYS SOCCER TEAMS FOR THEIR SHUTOUT VICTORIES OVER FPC TUESDAY NIGHT. THE JV HAWKS DOWNED THE BULLDOGS 2-0 TO REMAIN UNDEFEATED. THE VARSITY FOLLOWED UP WITH AN OUTSTANDING EFFORT TO WIN 4-0.


Thank you club sponsors for your help in making club photo day run smoothly. If you haven’t done so yet, please transfer your $25/photo to yearbook by the end of the week. Attention All Juniors and seniors. The Guidance department will be sponsoring a financial Aide night this Thursday at 6:30pm in the Auditorium. Speakers will discuss Bright futures and Financial Aide process for attending college.


ATTENTION FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS, THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT IS COLLECTING NON PERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS FOR THANKSGIVING BASKETS WE WILL BE DONATING. PLEASE STOP BY WITH ANY DONATIONS YOU MAY HAVE AND DROP THEM OFF IN THE BOX IN GUIDANCE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND SUPPORT.


COME OUT AND SUPPORT OUR LADY HAWKS SOCCER TEAMS AS THEY TAKE ON RIVAL FPC TONIGHT HERE AT CREEK. MATCH TIMES ARE JV AT 5:30 AND VARSITY AT 7.


Anyone that has been cast in “Into the Woods” needs to attend a mandatory meeting in the auditorium after school on Wednesday Nov 16th.


Join the French Club tonight at 5pm, at the Media Center, for a fun filled Movie Night including pizza and drinks! Would you like to participate in the French Costume contest? Dress up as a French Historical Figure or Character tomorrow Thursday and sign up with Mme Augat in F-02! Costumes will be judged during at lunch in F-02 tomorrow, and the best one will win a prize! On Friday, French Classes will participate in a Food Day to celebrate the conclusion of French week. Have questions? Go to room F-02, Madame Augat, for more details. Au revoir! Et comme toujours, C’est un grand jour Pour être un épervier! It’s a great day to be a hawk!


SPRUCE CREEK GIRLS BASKETBALL ALL YOU CAN EAT PANCAKES, SAUSAGE, CHEESE GRITS, & BEVERAGES Only $5.00 per person. Date: November 19, 2016 Time: 8:00 UNTIL 10:30 AM. Aunt Catfish’s On the River. THERE WILL BE SEVERAL RAFFLES FOR GIFT BASKETS.

Seniors, the yearbook still has space for your senior ads. Please turn them in before Friday. Remember there is a 10% late fee at this point in time. Hurry space is filling up and time is running out.


Yearbooks are now at $95. Get yours today before the price goes up!


Tuesday, November 15 2016

Congratulations to the Creek Special Olympics Cheerleading Team on a spectacular job at Disney over the weekend. You earned an awesome trophy for doing such an amazing job and we are proud of you. A big shout out to Tammy Graham for being recognized as Volusia County Inspirational Coach of the Year! Model UN would like all the teachers and their classes who participated in the Trick or Treat for UNICEF collection. You collected $536.00. This will be sent to UNICEF to assist in their work.


Attention All Juniors and seniors. The Guidance department will be sponsoring a financial Aide night this Thursday at 6:30pm in the Auditorium. Speakers will discuss Bright futures and Financial Aide process for attending college.


ATTENTION FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS, THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT IS COLLECTING NON PERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS FOR THANKSGIVING BASKETS WE WILL BE DONATING. PLEASE STOP BY WITH ANY DONATIONS YOU MAY HAVE AND DROP THEM OFF IN THE BOX IN GUIDANCE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND SUPPORT.


For those of you guys and girls planning on trying out for this year’s Creek tennis teams, starting next week we will have open court Tuesdays and Fridays. Just bring a racket and a water bottle, and we’ll make sure you have someone to hit with. Open court will start right after school and run to 4:30ish. However, open tennis courts after school today has been cancelled. The courts will be open after school on Friday.


Want to help Creek become a leader in Green initiatives? Sick of having to drive that jacked up gas guzzling truck to school? Tired of not being able to charge your electric car at Creek? Austin Nisbett and SEA club have set up a gofundme to help make our school friendly to cleaner vehicles. Spread the word and donate yourself and the installation of this one electric vehicle charger at Creek will help promote a greener lifestyle for us and our community. Go to www. gofundme. Com/schsev.


Attention students: SGA will be sponsoring a dodgeball tournament next Friday, November 18th, in the Gym after school. The cost is $10 per team. You need 8 members to participate. Please see Mrs. Bundza in L-01 to register.


Spruce Creek Theatre Department will perform our district competition pieces at our showcase on Tuesday Nov 15th at 6pm in the auditorium. The event is free and is recommended for guests 13 and older.


Young Republicans will meet Tuesday at lunch in C-14 for the SCHS with guest speaker Tony Ledbetter, who is one of the 29 who will cast his electoral vote for Florida! Join us to get your club picture pass with your $10 dues and witness our officers' induction.


Anyone that has been cast in “Into the Woods” needs to attend a mandatory meeting in the auditorium after school on Wednesday Nov 16th.


All FCCLA members: There will be a meeting today in room D12 directly at the beginning of lunch, please bring your club dues, so that you will have your FCCLA shirt for the club photo.


Bonjour, Mes amis! Happy National French Week! Today, after school, the French Club is organizing an outing to Le Macaron; we meet there at 3:30 pm. On Wednesday, enjoy a fun filled Movie Night including pizza and drinks in the Media Center. On Thursday, French Club meeting during lunch in F-02 while we have a French Costume contest: dress as a French Historical Figure or Character! (you must sign up with Mme Augat to participate). The best costume will win a prize! On Friday, French Classes will participate in a Food Day to celebrate the conclusion of French week. Everyone is welcome to join these events. Have questions? Go to room F-02, Madame Augat, for more details. Au revoir!


There is still space for senior ads in the yearbook. Remember if you are turning them in today or later, there is a 10% late charge.


Yearbooks are now at $95. Get yours today before the price goes up!


SPRUCE CREEK GIRLS BASKETBALL ALL YOU CAN EAT PANCAKES, SAUSAGE, CHEESE GRITS, & BEVERAGES Only $5.00 per person. Date: November 19, 2016 Time: 8:00 UNTIL 10:30 AM. Aunt Catfish’s On the River. THERE WILL BE SEVERAL RAFFLES FOR GIFT BASKETS.


Monday, November 14 2016

Club Photo Day is tomorrow, Tuesday November 15 in the gym. Advisers please make sure your students are there 10 minutes before the photo’s scheduled time. The time on the list is when the picture will be taken.


SENIORS-Remember to bring in your college letters of acceptance to your guidance counselor. We want to add your name to the “Congratulations!” board in the main office, plus celebrate your success with you.


ATTENTION FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS, THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT IS COLLECTING NON PERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS FOR THANKSGIVING BASKETS WE WILL BE DONATING. PLEASE STOP BY WITH ANY DONATIONS YOU MAY HAVE AND DROP THEM OFF IN THE BOX IN GUIDANCE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND SUPPORT.


For those of you guys and girls planning on trying out for this year’s Creek tennis teams, starting next week we will have open court Tuesdays and Fridays. Just bring a racket and a water bottle, and we’ll make sure you have someone to hit with. Open court will start right after school and run to 4:30ish.


Attention students: SGA will be sponsoring a dodgeball tournament next Friday, November 18th, in the Gym after school. The cost is $10 per team. You need 8 members to participate. Please see Mrs. Bundza in L-01 to register.


Spruce Creek Theatre Department will perform our district competition pieces at our showcase on Tuesday Nov 15th at 6pm in the auditorium. The event is free and is recommended for guests 13 and older.


Young Republicans will meet Tuesday at lunch in C-17 for the SCHS with guest speaker Tony Ledbetter, who is one of the 29 who will cast his electoral vote for Florida! Join us to get your club picture pass with your $10 dues and witness our officers' induction.


Attention Chess Club members: Please stop by G-4 today during lunch to pick up your club photo passes.


Bonjour, Mes amis! Thank you to all the students who helped at the French Club food booth, making and selling crêpes on Saturday, at the Ford Drive! A fantastic week is planned for French Club members! Tomorrow, after school, there will be an outing at Le Macaron. On Wednesday, enjoy a fun filled Movie Night including pizza and drinks in the Media Center. On Thursday, French Club meeting during lunch in F-02 while we have a French Costume contest: dress as a French Historical Figure or Character! (you must sign up with Mme Augat to participate). The best costume will win a prize! On Friday, French Classes will participate in a Food Day to celebrate the conclusion of French week. Everyone is welcome to join these events. Have questions? Go to room F-02, Madame Augat, for more details. Au revoir!


There is still space for senior ads in the yearbook. Remember if you are turning them in today or later, there is a 10% late charge. Yearbooks are now at $95. Get yours today before the price goes up!.


Thursday, November 10 2016

Congratulations to the following students for being selected to perform at the all state music conference in January. These students were selected from a very competitive state-wide competition. Selected for all-state chorus: Rhea Ailani, Matt Evans, Emma Murray, Ethan Rich ,Autumn Rundall. Selected for all state band and orchestra: Lauryn Sparger, Matthew Turner, Dillon Wilson.


ATTENTION FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS, THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT IS COLLECTING NON PERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS FOR THANKSGIVING BASKETS WE WILL BE DONATING. PLEASE STOP BY WITH ANY DONATIONS YOU MAY HAVE AND DROP THEM OFF IN THE BOX IN GUIDANCE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND SUPPORT.


Our Hawks Varsity Football team will play Lake Brantley Friday night in the Regional quarter finals. The game starts at 7:30pm and admission is $8.00 per person. Remember, passes including employee badges, student and adult athletic passes or FHSAA officials cards are not valid for this game.


For those of you guys and girls planning on trying out for this year’s Creek tennis teams, starting next week we will have open court Tuesdays and Fridays. Just bring a racket and a water bottle, and we’ll make sure you have someone to hit with. Open court will start right after school and run to 4:30ish.


Want to help Creek become a leader in Green initiatives? Sick of having to drive that jacked up gas guzzling truck to school? Tired of not being able to charge your electric car at Creek? Austin Nisbett and SEA club have set up a gofundme to help make our school friendly to cleaner vehicles. Spread the word and donate yourself and the installation of this one electric vehicle charger at Creek will help promote a greener lifestyle for us and our community. Go to www. gofundme. Com/schsev.


Attention students: SGA will be sponsoring a dodgeball tournament next Friday, November 18th, in the Gym after school. The cost is $10 per team. You need 8 members to participate. Please see Mrs. Bundza in L-01 to register.


Attention all members of the ultimate Frisbee club. You are invited to attend a meeting in Mr. Siebels’ room G-2 this Thursday November 10th during lunch. If you wish to have your club photos taken, please make it a point to attend!


The Academy of Information Technology and Robotics would like to invite everyone to come out and enjoy the annual FORD DRIVE ONE 4 UR SCHOOL event sponsored by Mullinax FORD, a fundraiser that benefits many groups and organizations at SCHS! Saturday, November 12, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. anyone who is 18 years or older can test drive any model FORD with no pressure to buy! If you drive a FORD Escape in addition to your other test drive from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Mullinax donates additional funds! Help us raise up to $12,000 by just driving a FORD! Tell everyone you know and help your school!


Bonjour, Mes amis! The National French week is about to begin! To start the celebration, the French Club will participate in the Ford Drive and selling crêpes at their booth this coming Saturday. You may find drivers over 18 years old to support the French Club at the Ford Drive, so pick up a ticket in F-02, Madame Augat’s room, and sign up for food donations to help us with our food booth on Saturday!


Healthy Hawks Garden has plants for sale from $1.00 - $5.00 outside M-26 on the East side of the building. The purchase of these plants supports our life skills class and encourages healthy living. Students stop by between classes and teachers please feel free to come during your planning period.


GOTTA GO TO MOE's- OH YEAH! Go to Moe's today for lunch or dinner for our "Spirit Night" today! Tell them you are there to support Spruce Creek Hawk's football - 25% of your purchase goes back into supporting the team!


Seniors: Senior ads are due in to Coach Mowrey by Friday November 11. Any ads after this date will be accepted only with a 10% late fee and based on space which is limited. Get yours in today to avoid missing out.


This is the last week to get your yearbooks at the $90 price. The price will go up to $95 on Nov. 14. Get your piece of history today.


Wednesday, November 9 2016

Attention current dual enrollment students or anyone interested in dual enrolling in the spring. Open registration for DSC has begun. Remember, any course you wish to dual enroll in must be signed off by a guidance counselor before you can register at DSC. Counselors will be in room O-14 on Wednesday, Nov 9th during 4th period and lunch to sign off on classes and assist with any questions regarding dual enrollment. Don’t miss this opportunity for help in picking your classes! See you Wednesday in O-14.


THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT IS COLLECTING NON PERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS FOR THANKSGIVING BASKETS WE WILL BE DONATING. PLEASE STOP BY WITH ANY DONATIONS YOU MAY HAVE AND DROP THEM OFF IN THE BOX IN GUIDANCE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND SUPPORT.


Fresh Beatz tryouts will be Wednesday after school November 9, 2016 in the main atrium, So if you can dance or like trying come on out!


Attention all members of the ultimate Frisbee club. You are invited to attend a meeting in Mr. Siebels’ room G-2 this Thursday November 10th during lunch. If you wish to have your club photos taken, please make it a point to attend!


The Academy of Information Technology and Robotics would like to invite everyone to come out and enjoy the annual FORD DRIVE ONE 4 UR SCHOOL event sponsored by Mullinax FORD, a fundraiser that benefits many groups and organizations at SCHS! Saturday, November 12, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. anyone who is 18 years or older can test drive any model FORD with no pressure to buy! If you drive a FORD Escape in addition to your other test drive from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Mullinax donates additional funds! Help us raise up to $12,000 by just driving a FORD! Tell everyone you know and help your school!


Bonjour, Mes amis! The National French week is about to begin! To start the celebration, the French Club will participate in the Ford Drive and selling crêpes at their booth this coming Saturday. You may find drivers over 18 years old to support the French Club at the Ford Drive, so pick up a ticket in F-02, Madame Augat’s room, and sign up for food donations to help us with our food booth on Saturday!


Healthy Hawks Garden has plants for sale from $1.00 - $5.00 outside M-26 on the East side of the building. The purchase of these plants supports our life skills class and encourages healthy living. Students stop by between classes and teachers please feel free to come during your planning period.


Seniors: Senior ads are due in to Coach Mowrey by Friday November 11. Any ads after this date will be accepted only with a 10% late fee and based on space which is limited. Get yours in today to avoid missing out.


This is the last week to get your yearbooks at the $90 price. The price will go up to $95 on Nov. 14. Get your piece of history today.


Well that’s the news for today. We would like to take this moment to thank those Spruce Creek Faculty and Staff that are veterans of the armed forces. Thank you ladies and gentlemen for your service and sacrifice for our country and because of you it is with honor that we say today as every day is a GREAT DAY TO BE A HAWK!


Tuesday, November 8 2016

Attention current dual enrollment students or anyone interested in dual enrolling in the spring. Open registration for DSC has begun. Remember, any course you wish to dual enroll in must be signed off by a guidance counselor before you can register at DSC. Counselors will be in room O-14 on Wednesday, Nov 9th during 4th period and lunch to sign off on classes and assist with any questions regarding dual enrollment. Don’t miss this opportunity for help in picking your classes! See you Wednesday in O-14.


THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT IS COLLECTING NON PERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS FOR THANKSGIVING BASKETS WE WILL BE DONATING. PLEASE STOP BY WITH ANY DONATIONS YOU MAY HAVE AND DROP THEM OFF IN THE BOX IN GUIDANCE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND SUPPORT.


IT’S SHOW TIIME! COME OUT TONIGHT AND WATCH OUR LADY HAWKS BASKETBALL TEAM PLAY MAINLAND HIGH SCHOOL IN THEIR PRESEASON CLASSIC. GAME TIMES ARE 5:30 AND 7:00 PM. THE LADY HAWKS PLAY AT 5:30.


Want to help Creek become a leader in Green initiatives? Sick of having to drive that jacked up gas guzzling truck to school? Tired of not being able to charge your electric car at Creek? Austin Nisbett and SEA club have set up a gofundme to help make our school friendly to cleaner vehicles. Spread the word and donate yourself and the installation of this one electric vehicle charger at Creek will help promote a greener lifestyle for us and our community. Go to www. gofundme. Com/schsev.


Fresh Beatz tryouts will be Wednesday after school November 9, 2016 in the main atrium, So if you can dance or like trying come on out!


The Academy of Information Technology and Robotics would like to invite everyone to come out and enjoy the annual FORD DRIVE ONE 4 UR SCHOOL event sponsored by Mullinax FORD, a fundraiser that benefits many groups and organizations at SCHS! Saturday, November 12, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. anyone who is 18 years or older can test drive any model FORD with no pressure to buy! If you drive a FORD Escape in addition to your other test drive from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Mullinax donates additional funds! Help us raise up to $12,000 by just driving a FORD! Tell everyone you know and help your school!


Bonjour, Mes amis! The National French week is about to begin! To start the celebration, the French Club will participate in the Ford Drive and selling crêpes at their booth this coming Saturday. You may find drivers over 18 years old to support the French Club at the Ford Drive, so pick up a ticket in F-02, Madame Augat’s room, and sign up for food donations to help us with our food booth on Saturday!


Seniors: Senior ads are due in to Coach Mowrey by Friday November 11. Any ads after this date will be accepted only with a 10% late fee and based on space which is limited. Get yours in today to avoid missing out.


This is the last week to get your yearbooks at the $90 price. The price will go up to $95 on Nov. 14. Get your piece of history today.


Monday, November 7 2016

Congrats to Madison and Levi from the swim team for competing at the state championship this weekend! Great job! A big shout out to Levi for earning 4th place in a very fast 100 freestyle competition!


Congratulations to the cross country girls for participating at the state meet last weekend at FSU! It was a challenging course and the girls ran with so much heart. We are so proud of all of you, we are sad to see this season come to an end. All runners make sure to check team snap and the team Facebook for details about the banquet in December. Can't wait to celebrate such an awesome season with everyone!


SENIORS-Remember to bring in your college letters of acceptance to your guidance counselor. We want to add your name to the “Congratulations!” board in the main office, plus celebrate your success with you.


ATTNETION current dual enrollment students or anyone interested in dual enrolling in the spring. Open registration for DSC has begun. Remember, any course you wish to dual enroll in must be signed off by a guidance counselor before you can register at DSC. Counselors will be in room O-14 on Wednesday, Nov 9th during 4th period and lunch to sign off on classes and assist with any questions regarding dual enrollment. Don’t miss this opportunity for help in picking your classes! See you Wednesday in O-14.


ATTENTION FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS, THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT IS COLLECTING NON PERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS FOR THANKSGIVING BASKETS WE WILL BE DONATING. PLEASE STOP BY WITH ANY DONATIONS YOU MAY HAVE AND DROP THEM OFF IN THE BOX IN GUIDANCE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND SUPPORT.


Seniors: today, Monday, November 7th, is the last day to sign up for senior photos with DSP here at school. See Coach Mowrey to sign up in room 0-22. This is your last chance to be in the yearbook with a senior photo.


IT’S GAME TIME! PLEASE COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE LADY HAWKS BASKETBALL TEAM AS THEY BEGIN THEIR SEASON WITH THEIR PRESEASON GAMES ON TUESDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHT. ON TUESDAY THE HAWKS WILL HOST CROSS TOWN RIVALS MAINLAND BUCCANEERS AT 5:30 PM AND COLONIAL HIGH WILL PLAY LAKE MARY HIGH AT 7:00. SEE YOU THERE!


There will be an African Awareness Club Meeting on Wednesday, November 9, 2016, during lunch in O-20. This meeting is mandatory for ALL members. Please plan to attend and bring your $20 Club Dues. This is the absolute deadline for dues. Thank you and Hope to see everyone Wednesday!


The Academy of Information Technology and Robotics would like to invite everyone to come out and enjoy the annual FORD DRIVE ONE 4 UR SCHOOL event sponsored by Mullinax FORD, a fundraiser that benefits many groups and organizations at SCHS! Saturday, November 12, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. anyone who is 18 years or older can test drive any model FORD with no pressure to buy! If you drive a FORD Escape in addition to your other test drive from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Mullinax donates additional funds! Help us raise $12,000 by just driving a FORD! Tell everyone you know and help your school!


Seniors: Senior ads are due in to Coach Mowrey by Friday November 11. Any ads after this date will be accepted only with a 10% late fee and based on space which is limited. Get yours in today to avoid missing out.


This is the last week to get your yearbooks at the $90 price. The price will go up to $95 on Nov. 14. Get your piece of history today.


Friday, November 4 2016

ATTENTION FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS, THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT IS COLLECTING NON PERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS FOR THANKSGIVING BASKETS WE WILL BE DONATING. PLEASE STOP BY WITH ANY DONATIONS YOU MAY HAVE AND DROP THEM OFF IN THE BOX IN GUIDANCE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND SUPPORT.


SGA Class of 2019 is sponsoring a clothing and shoe drive starting Monday, October 31 to benefit the homeless and less fortunate in the Daytona Beach area. Gently used clean or new men's clothing is high priority, but women and children's clothing will also be accepted. All donations can be brought to Mrs. Piper's room, M24.


Now that you have enjoyed Halloween if you any costumes you no longer want please donate them to our Theatre Department. If you have any donations please bring them to the auditorium during lunch or after school.


There will be an African Awareness Club Meeting on Wednesday, November 9, 2016, during lunch in O-20. This meeting is mandatory for ALL members. Please plan to attend and bring your $20 Club Dues. This is the absolute deadline for dues. Thank you and Hope to see everyone Wednesday!


PAC still has Belk fundraiser tickets for sale today only. Tickets will be sold at the football game along with the “Go Hawks” light-up bracelets. The tickets are $5.00, which gives you entry into the private sale Saturday morning and also gives you a coupon for $5.00 off of your purchase. So start your Christmas shopping early and take advantage of this win/win fundraiser. Contact pacschs@gmail.com to get you ticket.


The Academy of Information Technology and Robotics would like to invite everyone to come out and enjoy the annual FORD DRIVE ONE 4 UR SCHOOL event sponsored by Mullinax FORD, a fundraiser that benefits many groups and organizations at SCHS! Saturday, November 12, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. anyone who is 18 years or older can test drive any model FORD with no pressure to buy! If you drive a FORD Escape in addition to your other test drive from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Mullinax donates additional funds! Help us raise up to $12,000 by just driving a FORD! Tell everyone you know and help your school!


Seniors: If you need to get your senior photo taken, remember to sign up with Dean Stewart Photography at www. dsp-photo. com, the deadline is November 4th. If you can’t make it the studio, DSP will be on campus Nov. 10th. You must sign up with Coach Mowrey for a scheduled time. Sign ups will end on November 9.


Seniors, space is filling up for senior ads. Get yours in today! Ads are first come first serve and are due November 11. Any ads after the 11th will be charged a 10% late fee and are subject to available space . Ad templates can be found on www. schsyearbook. weebly. com or on the school web page.


Thursday, November 3 2016

Want to help Creek become a leader in Green initiatives? Sick of having to drive that jacked up guzzling truck to school? Tired of not being able to charge your electric car at Creek? Austin Nisbett and SEA club have set up a gofundme to help make our school friendly to cleaner vehicles. Spread the word and donate yourself and the installation of this one electric vehicle charger at Creek will help promote a greener lifestyle for us and our community. Go to www. gofundme. Com/schsev.


Now that you have enjoyed Halloween if you any costumes you no longer want please donate them to our Theatre Department. If you have any donations please bring them to the auditorium during lunch or after school.


There will be an African Awareness Club Meeting on Wednesday, November 9, 2016, during lunch in O-20. This meeting is mandatory for ALL members. Please plan to attend and bring your $20 Club Dues. This is the absolute deadline for dues. Thank you and Hope to see everyone Wednesday!


PAC still has Belk fundraiser tickets for sale today and tomorrow only. Tickets will be sold at the football game along with the “Go Hawks” light-up bracelets. The tickets are $5.00, which gives you entry into the private sale Saturday morning and also gives you a coupon for $5.00 off of your purchase. So start your Christmas shopping early and take advantage of this win/win fundraiser. Contact pacschs@gmail.com to get you ticket.


Seniors: If you need to get your senior photo taken, remember to sign up with Dean Stewart Photography at www. dsp-photo. com, the deadline is November 4th. If you can’t make it the studio, DSP will be on campus Nov. 10th. You must sign up with Coach Mowrey for a scheduled time. Sign ups will end on November 9.


Seniors, space is filling up for senior ads. Get yours in today! Ads are first come first serve and are due November 11. Any ads after the 11th will be charged a 10% late fee and are subject to available space. Ad templates can be found on www. schsyearbook. weebly. com or on the school web page.


Wednesday, November 2 2016

Today is the last early release Wednesday for 2016


Our Varsity football team won the district 1 8A championship Monday night. Come on out Friday night for senior night to celebrate with the team as they take on New Smyrna Beach. Next week, Creek will play Lake Brantley here at home on Friday, November 11th in the regional semifinals. Mark your calendars now to be here to cheer the Hawks towards their next step to state champs!


Underclassmen Retakes are scheduled for November 3rd though your English Class. If you do not have an English class, stop by the auditorium at your convenience. Also, faculty 132 of you did not get your photo taken please do so on November 3.


Stop by your counselors office or JROTC to sign up for the ASVAB Career Exploration test also known as the Military Entrance Exam on 2 November 2016 in the Media Center from 0730 – 1115. Come see what skill sets you have for a variety of careers and sign up!

ATTENTION FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS, THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT IS COLLECTING NON PERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS FOR THANKSGIVING BASKETS WE WILL BE DONATING. PLEASE STOP BY WITH ANY DONATIONS YOU MAY HAVE AND DROP THEM OFF IN THE BOX IN GUIDANCE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND SUPPORT.


SGA Class of 2019 is sponsoring a clothing and shoe drive starting Monday, October 31 to benefit the homeless and less fortunate in the Daytona Beach area. Gently used clean or new men's clothing is high priority, but women and children's clothing will also be accepted. All donations can be brought to Mrs. Piper's room, M24.


Seniors: If you need to get your senior photo taken, remember to sign up with Dean Stewart Photography at www. dsp-photo. com, the deadline is November 4th. If you can’t make it the studio, DSP will be on campus Nov. 10th. You must sign up with Coach Mowrey for a scheduled time. Sign-ups will end on November 9.


Seniors, space is filling up for senior ads. Get yours in today! Ads are first come first serve and are due November 11. Any ads after the 11th will be charged a 10% late fee and are subject to available space. Ad templates can be found on www. schsyearbook. weebly. com or on the school web page.


Tuesday, Novemebr 1 2016

Congratulations to the Hawk football team! The Hawks beat Sandalwood 20-14 in double overtime and then beat Mandarin in overtime 3-0 for the District Championship & a spot in the state playoffs!


Stop by your counselors office or JROTC to sign up for the ASVAB Career Exploration test also known as the Military Entrance Exam on 2 November 2016 in the Media Center from 0730 – 1115. Come see what skill sets you have for a variety of careers and sign up!


ATTENTION FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS, THE GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT IS COLLECTING NON PERISHABLE FOOD ITEMS FOR THANKSGIVING BASKETS WE WILL BE DONATING. PLEASE STOP BY WITH ANY DONATIONS YOU MAY HAVE AND DROP THEM OFF IN THE BOX IN GUIDANCE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND SUPPORT.


There will be JV Boys Basketball Tryouts today at Spruce Creek HS from 5pm-7pm. In order to Tryout you must have a updated Physical form turned in to the AD or bring it with you to tryouts. If you have any questions see Coach Giddens in portable 17 or in the gym during lunch.


SGA Class of 2019 is sponsoring a clothing and shoe drive starting Monday, October 31 to benefit the homeless and less fortunate in the Daytona Beach area. Gently used clean or new men's clothing is high priority, but women and children's clothing will also be accepted. All donations can be brought to Mrs. Piper's room, M24.


Anyone wishing to audition for “Into the Woods” on Nov 3rd must turn in their completed application by 3pm today Nov 1st.


Want to help Creek become a leader in Green initiatives? Sick of having to drive that jacked up gas guzzling truck to school? Tired of not being able to charge your electric car at Creek? Austin Nisbett and SEA club have set up a gofundme to help make our school friendly to cleaner vehicles. Spread the word and donate yourself and the installation of this one electric vehicle charger at Creek will help promote a greener lifestyle for us and our community. Go to www. gofundme. Com/schsev.


Monday, October 31 2016

CSALT HAD A BLAST PLAYING ZOMBIES FOR THE PONCE INLET POLICE DEPARTMENT AND TOWNSHIP THIS WEEKEND. THANK YOU TEAM FOR A GREAT JOB REPRESENTING SPRUCE CREEK HIGH SCHOOL.


Congratulations to girl’s cross country for making it to STATE! Camryn Cooney, Sam Gayton, and Katelyn Murray crushed their personal bests this weekend in Gainesville. The whole team ran well, and we are so proud. We have not been to state since 2011!! Great job Camryn, Sam, Katelyn, Bailey, Riley, Nicole, Paige, Janie, Meg, and Caitlyn!! You girls are so amazing and we believe in you. We want to thank our supporters out there too- Luke Bryan and Thomas Smith for coming out! And our biggest mom supporters- Mrs. Kim Cooney and Mrs. Tara Bryan. We wouldn’t be where we are today without you!


Congratulations to the swim team on swimming fast at the regional swim meet on Saturday. Nami Pruitt, Annie Gavilanes, Hannah Gold, Aliyah Jones, Ricky Barnett, Hayden Lazo, Hayden Savage, Shea Outlaw, Olivia Bradley, Madison Rizzo, Levi Parsons, Kaylie Manecke, Laurin Adams, Jarrett Moorhouse, and Mia Davison swam for Spruce Creek and did great! Congrats to Levi and Madison for qualifying for the State Championship!


Seniors, who did not complete a diploma name verification card during Senior Activities Day, please see Ms. Davis in the main office. If you did not complete your order form cap and gown, stop by the activities office ASAP.


ATTENTION STUDENTS, THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI HAS RESCHEDULED AND WILL BE HERE ON TODAY, OCTOBER 31ST AT LUNCHTIME IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. PLEASE PLAN ON STOPPING BY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BECOMING A HURRICANE!


Stop by your counselors office or JROTC to sign up for the ASVAB Career Exploration test also known as the Military Entrance Exam on 2 November 2016 in the Media Center from 0730 – 1115. Come see what skill sets you have for a variety of careers and sign up!


There will be Varsity Boys Basketball Tryouts today at Creekside Middle School from 4pm-5:30. There will be JV Boys Basketball Tryouts on Tuesday Nov 1st at Spruce Creek HS from 5pm-7pm. In order to Tryout you must have a updated Physical form turned in to the AD or bring it with you to tryouts. If you have any questions see Coach Giddens in portable 17 or in the gym during lunch.


SGA Class of 2019 is sponsoring a clothing and shoe drive starting Monday, October 31 to benefit the homeless and less fortunate in the Daytona Beach area. Gently used clean or new men's clothing is high priority, but women and children's clothing will also be accepted. All donations can be brought to Mrs. Piper's room, M24.


Everyone - make sure to donate your change to Trick or Treat for UNICEF (“you-knee-sef”) during classes today. Watch the UNICEF video after the morning announcements.


Friday, October 28 2016

Congratulations to the lady Hawks volleyball team for advancing to the sweet sixteen. Tonight they take on state ranked Oviedo at Oviedo. Come out before the football game and see some great play at 7 pm tonight. Go lady Hawks!


Seniors who did not complete a diploma name verification card during Senior Activities Day, please see Ms. Davis in the main office. Underclass retakes are November 3. If you need a picture form, see Coach Mowrey.


ATTENTION STUDENTS, THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI HAS RESCHEDULED AND WILL BE HERE ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 31ST AT LUNCHTIME IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. PLEASE PLAN ON STOPPING BY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BECOMING A HURRICANE!


Stop by your counselors office or JROTC to sign up for the ASVAB Career Exploration test also known as the Military Entrance Exam on 2 November 2016 in the Media Center from 0730 – 1115. Come see what skill sets you have for a variety of careers and sign up!


There will be Varsity Boys Basketball Tryouts on Monday Oct 31st at Creekside Middle School from 4pm-5:30. There will be JV Boys Basketball Tryouts on Tuesday Nov 1st at Spruce Creek HS from 5pm-7pm. In order to Tryout you must have an updated Physical form turned in to the AD or bring it with you to tryouts. If you have any questions see Coach Giddens in portable 17 or in the gym during lunch.


SGA Class of 2019 is sponsoring a clothing and shoe drive starting Monday, October 31 to benefit the homeless and less fortunate in the Daytona Beach area. Gently used clean or new men's clothing is high priority, but women and children's clothing will also be accepted. All donations can be brought to Mrs. Piper's room, M24.


This next trivia question is a hard one in honor of your last chance to see AITR’s haunted School which will be tonight from 5-8pm. Hint, google might be your friend.... Please email your First and last name to 2scary4school @gmail.com, that’s 2scary4school @gmail.com.


PAC will be selling the light up spirit bracelets at the AITR Haunted House. Remember, the club that buys the most bracelets till Christmas gets a pizza party.


Seniors: time is running out to get your senior ads in. Drop off your ads in room 0-22.


Time is running out for senior photos to be scheduled at Dean Stewart Photography. The deadline is November 4th. You may also sign up for a time at school on November 10th. You need to sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.


The yearbook is at $90. Purchase yours online or in room o-22 today before the prices go up.


All Students – remember to bring your change on Monday for Trick or Treat for UNICEF(“you-knee-sef”). Collections will be made in classes all day. Watch the UNICEF video after the morning announcements.


Thursday, October 27 2016

Congratulations to the Ladyhawk's golf team on their 16th Pl. finish in is in Florida 3A State championships. The girls finished the season five star champions district champions regional runners up and state qualifiers. Spruce Creek, led by Amica Lertkitcharoenpon, Sarah Brooks, Ally Sabatelli and Julia Messick, finished 16th out of 158 schools this season. Way to go girls you rock.


Volusia County Schools received approval from the Florida Department of Education for the lost time from the hurricane days to be made up by the following: Five early release days will revert to regular days: November 9, 16 and 30 and December 7 and 14. For the two remaining days, one day was made up on Friday, October 21, and the final day will be made up on Monday, February 20.


Seniors who did not complete a diploma name verification card during Senior Activities Day, please see Ms. Davis in the main office.


Underclass retakes are November 3. If you need a picture form, see Coach Mowrey.


ATTENTION STUDENTS, THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI HAS RESCHEDULED AND WILL BE HERE ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 31ST AT LUNCHTIME IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. PLEASE PLAN ON STOPPING BY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BECOMING A HURRICANE!


Stop by your counselors office or JROTC to sign up for the ASVAB Career Exploration test also known as the Military Entrance Exam on 2 November 2016 in the Media Center from 0730 – 1115. Come see what skill sets you have for a variety of careers and sign up!


There will be Varsity Boys Basketball Tryouts on Monday Oct 31st at Creekside Middle School from 4pm-5:30. There will be JV Boys Basketball Tryouts on Tuesday Nov 1st at Spruce Creek HS from 5pm-7pm. In order to Tryout you must have a updated Physical form turned in to the AD or bring it with you to tryouts. If you have any questions see Coach Giddens in portable 17 or in the gym during lunch.


If you are interested in making change happen, being active in the political process, or just want free cupcakes, stop by The Young Democrats Club's first meeting this Thursday at lunch in room C-11.


SGA Class of 2019 is sponsoring a clothing and shoe drive starting Monday, October 31 to benefit the homeless and less fortunate in the Daytona Beach area. Gently used clean or new men's clothing is high priority, but women and children's clothing will also be accepted. All donations can be brought to Mrs. Piper's room, M24.


For you Spongebob fans here’s your chance to win another two tickets to AITR’s haunted house which will be Tonight and Friday from 5-8pm. Please email your First and Last name to 2scary4school @gmail.com, that’s 2scary4school @gmail.com. Here’s their video ad.


PAC will be selling the light up spirit bracelets at the AITR Haunted House. Remember, the club that buys the most bracelets till Christmas gets a pizza party.


Spruce Creek Customs, the official Apparel Outfitter of the creek is open daily before school, during class changes, during lunch and after school. We have Polos, tshirts, hoodies and more. Stop by L-04 and see what we have to offer. Want something designed specifically for you?Come see us and let us be your one stop shop for every creek related!


Healthy Hawks Garden has plants for sale from $1.00 - $5.00 outside M-26 on the East side of the building. The purchase of these plants supports our life skills class and encourages healthy living. Students stop by between classes and teachers please feel free to come during your planning period.


Seniors: time is running out to get your senior ads in. Drop off your ads in room 0-22.


Time is running out for senior photos to be scheduled at Dean Stewart Photography. The deadline is November 4th. You may also sign up for a time at school on November 10th. You need to sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.


The yearbook is at$90. Purchase yours online or in room o-22 today before the prices go up.


It’s that Spooky time of year! Monday is Halloween, which means it is also Trick or Treat for UNICEF (“you-knee-sef”). Please remember we will be collecting in classes, so bring your change. Watch the UNICEF video after the morning announcements.


Wednesday, October 26 2016

Congratulations to our Teachers, staff and volunteer of the month. Our Volunteer- Mrs. Liz Paschal, Staff member- Shawna Butler, Special Projects teacher- Mrs. Karin Merrill, for educational atmosphere- Mrs. Danyalle Miles, Teaching technique- Ms. Barbara Bailey and our teacher of the month is Mrs. Kelli Bundza. Congratulations to all of our Hawks recognized in the month of October. Don’t forget to attend the luncheon in your honor at the black hawk inn on Thursday at 11:15am and your presence is also requested in the main office at 7am, Thursday morning to have your photo taken by Deans Stewart Photography. See you then.


Volusia County Schools received approval from the Florida Department of Education for the lost time from the hurricane days to be made up by the following: Five early release days will revert to regular days: November 9, 16 and 30 and December 7 and 14. For the two remaining days, one day was made up on Friday, October 21, and the final day will be made up on Monday, February 20.


Seniors who did not complete a diploma name verification card during Senior Activities Day, please see Ms. Davis in the main office.


Underclass retakes are November 3. If you need a picture form, see Coach Mowrey.


ATTENTION STUDENTS, THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI HAS RESCHEDULED AND WILL BE HERE ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 31ST AT LUNCHTIME IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. PLEASE PLAN ON STOPPING BY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BECOMING A HURRICANE!


Stop by your counselors office or JROTC to sign up for the ASVAB Career Exploration test also known as the Military Entrance Exam on 2 November 2016 in the Media Center from 0730 – 1115. Come see what skill sets you have for a variety of careers and sign up!


Auditions for the Tony Award winning musical “Into the Woods” will be held on Nov 3rd and 4th. If you are interested in auditioning or working on the production please stop by the auditorium or the activities office to pick up an application. Completed applications will be due by Nov 1st. Auditions are open to all students of Spruce Creek High School.


Congratulations to Courtney Sexton. Now here’s your chance to win another two tickets to AITR’s haunted house which will be Tonight, Thursday, and Friday from 5-8pm. Your questions is, "Which video game is this character from? Please email your First and Last name 2scary4school @gmail.com, that’s 2scary4school @gmail.com.


If you are interested in making change happen, being active in the political process, or just want free cupcakes, stop by The Young Democrats Club's first meeting this Thursday at lunch in room C-11.


SGA Class of 2019 is sponsoring a clothing and shoe drive starting Monday, October 31 to benefit the homeless and less fortunate in the Daytona Beach area. Gently used clean or new men's clothing is high priority, but women and children's clothing will also be accepted. All donations can be brought to Mrs. Piper's room, M24.


PAC will be selling the light up spirit bracelets at the AITR Haunted House. Remember, the club that buys the most bracelets till Christmas gets a pizza party.


Seniors: time is running out to get your senior ads in. Drop off your ads in room 0-22.


Time is running out for senior photos to be scheduled at Dean Stewart Photography. The deadline is November 4th. You may also sign up for a time at school on November 10th. You need to sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.


The yearbook is at$90. Purchase yours online or in room o-22 today before the prices go up.


It’s nearly here! Trick or Treat for UNICEF (“you-knee-sef”). Break open that piggy bank for a good cause on Monday. Watch the UNICEF video after the morning announcements.


Tuesday, October 25 2016

Seniors who did not complete a diploma name verification card during Senior Activities Day, please see Ms. Davis in the main office.


Underclass retakes are November 3. If you need a picture form, see Coach Mowrey.


ATTENTION STUDENTS, THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI HAS RESCHEDULED AND WILL BE HERE ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 31ST AT LUNCHTIME IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. PLEASE PLAN ON STOPPING BY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BECOMING A HURRICANE!


The annual Voice of Democracy contest is back! This year’s topic is MY RESPONSIBILITY TO AMERICA. See Ms. Duncan in C-10 at lunch for forms and details! Prizes begin at $25 and the Grand Prize is $30,000!


Stop by your counselors office or JROTC to sign up for the ASVAB Career Exploration test also known as the Military Entrance Exam on 2 November 2016 in the Media Center from 7:30 – 11:15. Come see what skill sets you have for a variety of careers and sign up!


Come out and support the lady Hawks tonight as the take on lake Mary in the first round of regionals at 7 pm in our gym. Students: The first 39 students get in free! Then the next 70 get in for 3.00. Wear black and support us tonight!


Girls Basketball Tryouts ARE TODAY 3-5 PM. YOU MUST HAVE A COMPLETED PHYSICAL IN ORDER TO TRYOUT. IF YOU NEED A PHYSICAL FORM SEE COACH JONES IN THE GYM DURING LUNCH TODAY.


Auditions for the Tony Award winning musical “Into the Woods” will be held on Nov 3rd and 4th. If you are interested in auditioning or working on the production please stop by the auditorium or the activities office to pick up an application. Completed applications will be due by Nov 1st. Auditions are open to all students of Spruce Creek High School.


Here’s your chance to win two tickets to AITR’s haunted house which will be this Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 5-8pm. Please email your First and Last name to 2scary4school @gmail.com ; that’s 2scary4school @gmail.com. “Which movie is the following from?”


BUY for $5, GET $5!! PAC (SCHS Parents Group) is selling $5 Belk's Charity Fundraiser Tickets. Buy a $5 ticket and get $5 off at Nov. 5th Event from 6-10 AM. Pre-sale week prior. First 100 customers receive gift cards worth $5-$1000. Tickets sold at various Creek events or can email pacschs@ gmail. Com to purchase a ticket. Proceeds fund various Student/Teacher Events and Supplies.


Seniors: time is running out to get your senior ads in. Drop off your ads in room 0-22.


Time is running out for senior photos to be scheduled at Dean Stewart Photography. The deadline is November 4th. You may also sign up for a time at school on November 10th. You need to sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.


The yearbook is at$90. Purchase yours online or in room o-22 today before the prices go up.


It’s that SPOOKY time of year! Next Monday is Halloween which means it is also Trick or Treat for UNICEF (“you-knee-sef”). Ask your teachers if they will be collecting next Monday. Watch the UNICEF video after the morning announcements.


Monday, October 24 2016

Congratulations to our department students for the month October. Avid- Deja Eleby, AITR- Joseph Holmstrom, Academy of Finance-Dalton Church, Family and Consumer Science- Loren Karagozler, CTE Tech student of the month- David Kurek, Math- Amberlynn Foote, English- Hayden Flood, Foreign Language- Stephanie Dodd, Reading- Taniyah Hill, , Visual Arts- Hannah Casey, JROTC – Isaelis Aponte Colon, Science- Skylar Theis, Social Studies- Jordan Diverniero and Thomas Smith. Physical Education- Jacob Moplus and Courtney Kennedy Now we would like to announce our Hawk of the Month Students for October. Our Athlete of the month is Amica Lertkitcharoeni. The Scholar of the month- Hamish Pierpont, Citizen of the month- Ethan Broadwater and our Hawk of the month for October 2016 is Ashley Appell. Congratulations to all of our October winners. Don’t forget to attend the luncheon in your honor this Thursday at 11:15am in the Black Hawk Inn and your photo will be taken that morning at 7am in the main office.


Congratulations to all of the cross country runners who ran at Districts this weekend! Almost every boy that ran had a personal best and /or season best for districts this weekend. We are so proud of all you guys! Luke Bryan, Bryan Rerko, Thomas Smith, Cody Carrier, Jimmy Lucas, Brent Rerko, Serrat Nong, Noah Cassasanta, Luke Kathman, and Tyler Gayton. You all have worked so hard and had such an awesome season!


Congratulations to the girl’s cross country team for coming in 2nd in districts!!!! Camryn Cooney ran her best time yet of 19:34 to get 6th place overall. All girls had an amazing performance- including Samantha Gayton who got 11th overall, Caitlyn Chartier who was 12th overall, Riley Milam, Katelyn Murray, Bailey Nelson, Megan Fletcher, Janie Davidson, Paige Bryan, and Nicole Samuels. The girls have been working so hard and will move on to regionals this weekend in Gainesville. We are so proud of you girls and wish you good luck!


Congratulations to the girls swim team on a 3rd place finish at districts! There were a lot of great swims. Congrats to the kids who made regional in their individual events; Olivia Bradley, Madison Rizzo, Laurin Adams, Hannah Gold, Annie Gavilanes, and Kaylie Manecke.


Congrats to the boys swim team for a great job at districts. Congrats to Levi and Hayden Lazo for qualifying for regionals in their individual events. A big shout out to former diver Matt Lehr who finished his senior year qualifying for swimming and having lifetime best times.


Underclass retakes are November 3. If you need a picture form, see Coach Mowrey.


The annual Voice of Democracy contest is back! This year’s topic is MY RESPONSIBILITY TO AMERICA. See Ms. Duncan in C-10 at lunch for forms and details! Prizes begin at $25 and the Grand Prize is $30,000!


Good luck to the Lady Hawks golf team on their trip to the 3A State Championship!


GBB TRYOUTS ARE TODAY 4-7 PM AND TUESDAY 3-5 PM. YOU MUST HAVE A COMPLETED PHYSICAL IN ORDER TO TRYOUT. IF YOU NEED A PHYSICAL FORM SEE COACH JONES IN THE GYM DURING LUNCH TODAY.


Auditions for the Tony Award winning musical “Into the Woods” will be held on Nov 3rd and 4th. If you are interested in auditioning or working on the production please stop by the auditorium or the activities office to pick up an application. Completed applications will be due by Nov 1st. Auditions are open to all students of Spruce Creek High School.


BUY for $5, GET $5!! PAC (SCHS Parents Group) is selling $5 Belk's Charity Fundraiser Tickets. Buy a $5 ticket and get $5 off at Nov. 5th Event from 6-10 AM. Pre-sale week prior. First 100 customers receive gift cards worth $5-$1000. Tickets sold at various Creek events or can email pacschs@ gmail. Com to purchase a ticket. Proceeds fund various Student/Teacher Events and Supplies.


Seniors: time is running out to get your senior ads in. Drop off your ads in room 0-22.


Time is running out for senior photos to be scheduled at Dean Stewart Photography. The deadline is November 4th. You may also sign up for a time at school on November 10th. You need to sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.


The yearbook is at $90. Purchase yours online or in room O-22 today before the prices go up.


Friday, October 21, 2016

Spruce Creek has partnered with the newest Circle K gas station in Port Orange, located on the corner of Herbert and Nova road for Fuel Up Night! Stop by tonight between the hours of 4pm and 6pm and fill your tank. Ten Cents from every gallon purchased at every tank will go to our school. It gets even better, save your receipts and bring them to school, the class that collects the most receipts wins. Fill up on Friday at the Circle K at 3664 S. Nova Road before you head back to campus for the night’s big game. Let the associates at Circle K know that you are from Spruce Creek between the hours of 4 and 6pm tonight and receive a gift.


Congratulations to the Lady Hawks volleyball team for their district championship last night. Great play was had by all. We invite you to come to our next home match which will be Tuesday night at 7 o'clock here in our gym go Lady Hawks!


Seniors who did not complete a diploma name verification card during Senior Activities Day, please see Ms. Davis in the main office. IF YOU ARE TAKING THE ACT TEST HERE AT SCHS ON TOMORROW REMEMBER YOU MUST HAVE A PHOTO ID AND YOUR PRINTED ADMISSION TICKET. YOU MAY ALSO WANT TO BRING A SWEATER OR JACKET. WE DO NOT SUPPLY CALCULATORS SO PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN.


Attention seniors: Daytona State College is hosting a financial aid event on Saturday from 10AM-3PM at the Baker Academic Support Center. The event is open to anyone interested in qualifying for financial aid to attend college. Financial aid specialists will provide information about the FAFSA, grants, scholarships, and loans. Students who attend may be eligible for a $250.00 scholarship drawing. For more information, visit DaytonaState.edu/FinAid or call 506-3015.


The annual Voice of Democracy contest is back! This year’s topic is MY RESPONSIBILITY TO AMERICA. See Ms. Duncan in C-10 at lunch for forms and details! Prizes begin at $25 and the Grand Prize is $30,000!


Girls Basketball Tryouts ARE MONDAY 4-7 PM AND TUESDAY 3-5 PM. YOU MUST HAVE A COMPLETED PHYSICAL IN ORDER TO TRYOUT. IF YOU NEED A PHYSICAL FORM SEE COACH JONES IN THE GYM DURING LUNCH TODAY


There are still great volunteer opportunities available this month. If you, a group of friends, your club or team are looking for fun ways to gain service hours, stop by the activities office to see what’s available.


ATTENTION TO ANYONE WHO COMES IN THE GYM DURING LUNCH....WE CANNOT GUARD YOUR BELONGINGS WHILE YOU ARE PLAYING . PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE YOUR PURSES OR BOOKBAGS UNATTENDED.


The Volusia Pride festival is tomorrow, October 22nd. This is an event where all members and supporters of the LGBT community are welcome to celebrate. It’s from 1 pm to 5 pm at Old Fort Park in New Smyrna Beach. For more information, please visit www . volusiapride .com. or see Mrs. Budde.


Don’t miss this week’s episode of Spruce Creek A.M., now available on YouTube on our channel at SCHS Hawk TV, including coverage of Homecoming, New Teachers, Photo Day, and more. Watch now!


Our Spruce Creek Parent Advisory Committee is selling light up Spruce Creek bracelets this week during lunch in the main atrium. The PAC provides support throughout the year to many student and faculty events including our Teacher appreciation breakfast and senior activities day. Get your bracelet this week in time for Friday night’s game and make the student section glow with school spirit. As an incentive for clubs, sports and activity groups. From now till Christmas break whichever organization purchases the most bracelets, takes a picture wearing them and group documented in receipt book, will get a pizza party in January during your club meeting or event.


Mrs. Mac and Mrs. Graham’s students are having an All You Can Eat pancake breakfast at Aunt Catfish’s. It will be held on Saturday, October 22 from 8-10. We are selling tickets for $5 each. All proceeds will go directly to our class account to be used for educational and C.B.I. purposes. You can purchase tickets from Mrs. Mac and Mrs. Graham’s students in N-01. Thank you in advance for helping Mc’Graham’s Students!


BUY for $5, GET $5!! PAC (SCHS Parents Group) is selling $5 Belk's Charity Fundraiser Tickets. Buy a $5 ticket and get $5 off at Nov. 5th Event from 6-10 AM. Pre-sale week prior. First 100 customers receive gift cards worth $5-$1000. Tickets sold at various Creek events or can email pacschs@ gmail. Com to purchase a ticket. Proceeds fund various Student/Teacher Events and Supplies.


Seniors and any Juniors planning on graduating early: Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone who is unable to make it to their studio. You must sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22. There will be an $11 publication fee due at the time of the pictures.


Didn’t get your underclass photo taken? Don’t worry, Underclass retakes will take place on November 3 all day. If you need to get a photo packet, stop by room 0-22.


Senior Ads are Available. Information is available on www. sprucecreekhigh .com or in room 0-22.


Thursday, October 20, 2016


Spruce Creek has partnered with the Circle K gas station located on the corner of Spruce Creek and Nova road for Fuel Up Night! Stop by this Friday between the hours of 4pm and 8pm and fill your tank. Ten Cents from every gallon purchased at every tank will go to our school. It gets even better, save your receipts and bring them to school, the class that collects the most receipts wins. Fill up on Friday at the Circle K at 3664 S. Nova Road before you head back to campus for the night’s big game. Mention that you are from Spruce Creek while you are there and receive a gift from Circle K.


Congratulations to the lady Hawks volleyball team for their win against FPC to advance them to the district finals and to the first round of the state playoffs. Join us tonight as we play for the district championship against mandarin high school at 6 pm at Flagler palm coast. Go lady Hawks!


Seniors who did not complete a diploma name verification card during Senior Activities Day, please see Ms. Davis in the main office.


ATTENTION STUDENTS, A REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI WILL BE HERE DURING LUNCH ON 10/24 IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT BECOMING A MIAMI HURRICANE.


There are still great volunteer opportunities available this month. If you, a group of friends, your club or team are looking for fun ways to gain service hours, stop by the activities office to see what’s available.


The Volusia Pride festival is this Saturday, October 22nd. This is an event where all members and supporters of the LGBT community are welcome to celebrate. It’s from 1 pm to 5 pm at Old Fort Park in New Smyrna Beach. For more information, please visit www . volusiapride .com.

Come to today’s GSA meeting at lunch in B-11, or see Mrs. Budde.


Our Spruce Creek Parent Advisory Committee is selling light up Spruce Creek bracelets this week during lunch in the main atrium. The PAC provides support throughout the year to many student and faculty events including our Teacher appreciation breakfast and senior activities day. Get your bracelet this week in time for Friday night’s game and make the student section glow with school spirit. As an incentive for clubs, sports and activity groups. From now till Christmas break whichever organization purchases the most bracelets, takes a picture wearing them and group documented in receipt book, will get a pizza party in January during your club meeting or event.


Mrs. Mac and Mrs. Graham’s students are having an All You Can Eat pancake breakfast at Aunt Catfish’s. It will be held on Saturday, October 22 from 8-10. We are selling tickets for $5 each. All proceeds will go directly to our class account to be used for educational and C.B.I. purposes. You can purchase tickets from Mrs. Mac and Mrs. Graham’s students in N-01. Thank you in advance for helping Mc’Graham’s Students!


Seniors and any Juniors planning on graduating early: Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone who is unable to make it to their studio. You must sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22. There will be an $11 publication fee due at the time of the pictures.


Didn’t get your underclass photo taken? Don’t worry, Underclass retakes will take place on November 3 all day. If you need to get a photo packet, stop by room 0-22.
Senior Ads are Available. Information is available on www. sprucecreekhigh .com or in room 0-22.

 

Wednesday, October 19

Spruce Creek Girls Basketball Tryouts--Monday October 24, 2016, 4:00-7:00; Tuesday October 25, 2016, 3:00-5:00. Each girl must have a completed physical in order to participate in tryouts. If you need a form please come see Coach Harvey or Coach Jones this week in the gym during lunch.

There are still great volunteer opportunities available this month. If you, a group of friends, your club or team are looking for fun ways to gain service hours, stop by the activities office to see what’s available. 

ATTENTION TO ANYONE WHO COMES IN THE GYM DURING LUNCH....WE CANNOT GUARD YOUR BELONGINGS WHILE YOU ARE PLAYING .  PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE YOUR PURSES OR BOOKBAGS UNATTENDED.


Our Spruce Creek Parent Advisory Committee is selling light up Spruce Creek bracelets this week during lunch in the main atrium. The PAC provides support throughout the year to many student and faculty events including our Teacher appreciation breakfast and senior activities day. Get your bracelet this week in time for Friday night’s game and make the student section glow with school spirit. As an incentive for clubs, sports and activity groups. From now till Christmas break whichever organization purchases the most bracelets, takes a picture wearing them and group documented in receipt book, will get a pizza party in January during your club meeting or event.


October 19th from 4-8 PM, eat at Chipotle! A great way to end the day filled with Senior Activities Day and Sophomores/Juniors taking the PSAT. Mention you are supporting the SCHS PAC, Parents Group. 50% of the proceeds go to funding many student and teacher activities throughout the year. Thanks for your support!


Mrs. Mac and Mrs. Graham’s students are having  an All You Can Eat pancake breakfast at Aunt Catfish’s. It will be held on Saturday, October 22 from 8-10. We are selling tickets for $5 each. All proceeds will go directly to our class account to be used for educational and C.B.I. purposes. You can purchase tickets from Mrs. Mac and Mrs. Graham’s students in N-01.  Thank you in advance for helping Mc’Graham’s Students! 


Spruce Creek has partnered with the Circle K gas station located on the corner of Spruce Creek and Nova road for Fuel Up Night! Stop by this Friday between the hours of 4pm and 6pm and fill your tank.  Ten Cents from every gallon purchased at every tank will go to our school. It gets even better, save your receipts and bring them to school, the class that collects the most receipts wins.  Fill up on Friday at the Circle K at 3664 S. Nova Road before you head back to campus for the night’s big game. 


Seniors and any Juniors planning on graduating early:  Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone who is unable to make it to their studio.   You must sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.  There will be an $11 publication fee due at the time of the pictures.    


Didn’t get your underclass photo taken?  Don’t worry, Underclass retakes will take place on November 3 all day.  If you need to get a photo packet, stop by room 0-22.


Senior Ads are Available.  Information is available on www. sprucecreekhigh .com or in room 0-22.

 
 
Tuesday, October 18

Amica Lertkitcharoenpon, Sarah Brooks, Ally Sabatelli, Mary Smith and Julia Messick secured their return to the State Championship match yesterday by finishing in the runner-up position at the 3A Region 2 championship match. The Lady Hawks scored 379 six strokes better than third place FPC. Next up for the girls is the two day tournament at Mission Inn Golf Resort. Congratulations girls! Hawks rock!


Attention cross country runners! You guys are awesome!! Congratulations to the girl’s team for winning 5 star yesterday in Deland. Camryn Cooney won the race with Sam Gayton and Caitlyn Chartier right behind her for 2nd and 3rd place. We had 8 girls finish in the top 24. Janie Davidson won the overall race for the JV team. Our senior Jordan Jones had her best time this season last night for her last race. We are so so so proud of all of you girls!


Congratulations to our boys cross country team too! They had the best motivational speaker- Luke Bryan!! Bryan Rerko was the first Creek boy to come in last night, and we had 4 guys in the top 24 including Thomas Smith, Luke Bryan, and Cody Carrier. We are so proud of all of our runners. Districts are this Saturday, can’t wait!


ATTENTION STUDENTS, SARGENT MCDONALD FROM THE US ARMY WILL BE IN THE MAIN ATRIUM DURING LUNCH ON OCTOBER 18TH. PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT JOINING THE ARMY.


Spruce Creek Girls Basketball Tryouts--Monday October 24, 2016, 4:00-7:00; Tuesday October 25, 2016, 3:00-5:00. Each girl must have a completed physical in order to participate in tryouts. If you need a form please come see Coach Harvey or Coach Jones this week in the gym during lunch.


Hola, amigos! Congratulations to Aidan for winning the final Hispanic Heritage trivia question! Please report to Room C-25 for your prize!


ATTENTION TO ANYONE WHO COMES IN THE GYM DURING LUNCH....WE CANNOT GUARD YOUR BELONGINGS WHILE YOU ARE PLAYING . PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE YOUR PURSES OR BOOKBAGS UNATTENDED.


Our Spruce Creek Parent Advisory Committee is selling light up Spruce Creek bracelets this week during lunch in the main atrium. The PAC provides support throughout the year to many student and faculty events including our Teacher appreciation breakfast and senior activities day. Get your bracelet this week in time for Friday night’s game and make the student section glow with school spirit. As an incentive for clubs, sports and activity groups. From now till Christmas break whichever organization purchases the most bracelets, takes a picture wearing them and group documented in receipt book, will get a pizza party in January during your club meeting or event.


Mrs. Mac and Mr. Graham’s students are having an All You Can Eat pancake breakfast at Aunt Catfish’s. It will be held on Saturday, October 22 from 8-10. We are selling tickets for $5 each. All proceeds will go directly to our class account to be used for educational and C.B.I. purposes. You can purchase tickets from Mrs. Mac and Mrs. Graham’s students in N-01. Thank you in advance for helping Mc’Graham’s Students!


Spruce Creek Customs will be selling the “Creek Pink’ shirts today through Friday in the Atrium. The cost is $15.


Seniors and any Juniors planning on graduating early: Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone who is unable to make it to their studio. You must sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22. There will be an $11 publication fee due at the time of the pictures.


Didn’t get your underclass photo taken? Don’t worry, Underclass retakes will take place on November 3 all day. If you need to get a photo packet, stop by room 0-22


Senior Ads are Available. Information is available on www. sprucecreekhigh.com or in room 0-22.


Monday, October 17

The new date for the student Flu Shot given on campus will be Monday, November 14th from 7:45 to 9:45


The boys golf team became district champions last week, defeating Deland, New Smyrna Beach, University, and Flagler Palm Coast high schools. Junior Seth Jolly led the way for the Hawks, shooting a 5-over-par score of 77. Sophomore Andrew Klem was second with 83, Junior John Triplett third with 85, and Junior Thomas Burns and Henry Zimmer tying for fourth with 88.


Congratulations to the male and female JROTC. Raider Teams! They both took first place this weekend's competition here at Spruce Creek high school. Way to go and good luck at next weeks competition.


The Lady Hawks Golf team defended their District Championship by defeating FPC, University, New Smyrna Beach, and Deland. Sarah Brooks and Amica Lertkitcharoenpon both shot 88 to bring the 3A District title home.


Don’t forget, every Friday in October you can wear PINK. Pink t-shirts with breast cancer awareness, pink shirts with collars and any pink t-shirt representing Spruce Creek High School is acceptable. Next Thursday, we will sock it to breast cancer with our school wide pink sock day and Friday, October 21st, we will have an all-out pink day and PINK OUT football game. Stay tuned for more information.


ATTENTION STUDENTS, SARGENT MCDONALD FROM THE US ARMY WILL BE IN THE MAIN ATRIUM DURING LUNCH ON OCTOBER 18TH. PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT JOINING THE ARMY. Hola, Amigos! In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month that runs from Sept. 15 through October 15, we have one last trivia question. Get out your phones and go to http:// www. todaysmeet .com/latino, join with your first and last name- no spaces, and text your answer! First person to text the correct answer wins our final prize! Adam G. won Friday's question with the answer Sonia Sotomayor. Please report to room C-25 for your prize. Now here's the final question: "At what age does a young lady celebrate her 'quinceañera'? At what age does a young lady celebrate her 'quinceañera'?" Hopefully this past month, you have seen the impact Hispanic culture has on the U.S., appreciated the contributions of Hispanic culture to our society, and, in turn, realized the importance of learning Spanish! Adios!


Our Spruce Creek Parent Advisory Committee is selling light up Spruce Creek bracelets this week during lunch in the main atrium. The PAC provides support throughout the year to many student and faculty events including our Teacher appreciation breakfast and senior activities day. Get your bracelet this week in time for Friday night’s game and make the student section glow with school spirit. As an incentive for clubs, sports and activity groups. From now till Christmas break whichever organization purchases the most bracelets, takes a picture wearing them and group documented in receipt book, will get a pizza party in January during your club meeting or event.


October 19th from 4-8 PM, eat at Chipotle! A great way to end the day filled with Senior Activities Day and Sophomores/Juniors taking the PSAT. Mention you are supporting the SCHS PAC, Parents Group. 50% of the proceeds go to funding many student and teacher activities throughout the year. Thanks for your support!


Please come out and support your Boys Hawks Baseball Booster program this Wednesday night, 10/19, at Five Guys Burgers in the Pavilion. A percent of all sales between 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. will go back to the Baseball club. We hope to see you there for dine in or take out. Thank you for your support!


Seniors and any Juniors planning on graduating early: Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone who is unable to make it to their studio. You must sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22. There will be an $11 publication fee due at the time of the pictures.


Didn’t get your underclass photo taken? Don’t worry, Underclass retakes will take place on November 3 all day. If you need to get a photo packet, stop by room 0-22.


Senior Ads are Available. Information is available on www. sprucecreekhigh.com or in room 0-22.


Friday, October 14

Come out and support the lady hawks volley ball as they play their last district match today at 4 p.m. against Flagler Palm Coast. Then tomorrow is Dig Pink day at Creek as the lady hawks host Bishop Kenney at noon and Ponte Vedra at 2 p.m. Come decked out in Pink and support a worthwhile cause. Go lady hawks! Congratulations to our seniors on a great senior night. Seniors were Victoria Bowrosen, Erica Brok, Delaney Schwarb and Julianna LaBosco.


The boys golf team became district champions yesterday, defeating Deland, New Smyrna Beach, University, and Flagler Palm Coast high schools. Junior Seth Jolly led the way for the Hawks, shooting a 5-over-par score of 77. Sophomore Andrew Klem was second with 83, Junior John Triplett third with 85, and Junior Thomas Burns and Henry Zimmer tying for fourth with 88.


ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BOYS OR GIRLS SOCCER--GIRLS TRYOUTS WILL BEGIN THIS FRIDAY HERE ON CAMPUS (NOT AT THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL) AT 3:30. PLEASE MEET ON FIELD 3 (THE PIT) AND HAVE SHIN GUARDS AND WATER. MAKE SURE 2 COPIES OF ALL PAPERWORK ARE SUBMITTED TO COACH COSTNER IN ROOM C8 PRIOR TO 3:30 ON FRIDAY. BOYS TRYOUTS BEGIN NEXT MONDAY AT 3:30 HERE ON CAMPUS. PLEASE REMEMBER TO SUBMIT 2 COPIES OF ALL PAPERWORK TO COACH COSTNER IN ROOM C8 BEFORE 3:30 ON MONDAY.


Theatre Club members please remember to report to the auditorium at lunch to get your club shirt.


The German Club meeting has been moved to today at lunch. Come and get your T-shirt.


Show your School Spirit by purchasing an Illuminated GO HAWKS!! Bracelet for only $5. Proceeds go to the SCHS Parents Group, PAC, who fund many events for students and teachers throughout the year. Contact Liz Paschal at sprucecreekvolunteers@gmail .com. and look for them being sold at school events.


October 19th from 4-8 PM, eat at Chipotle! A great way to end the day filled with Senior Activities Day and Sophomores/Juniors taking the PSAT. Mention you are supporting the SCHS PAC, Parents Group. 50% of the proceeds go to funding many student and teacher activities throughout the year. Thanks for your support!


Seniors and any Juniors planning on graduating early: Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone who is unable to make it to their studio. You must sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22. There will be an $11 publication fee due at the time of the pictures.


Didn’t get your underclass photo taken? Don’t worry, Underclass retakes will take place on November 3 all day. If you need to get a photo packet, stop by room 0-22.


Thursday, October 13

Our first hurricane make up day will be next Friday, October 21st.


The winner of the 2016 Homecoming Ping-Pong Tournament sponsored by the Asian Association is Eoghan Harrington. He will be able to have a free meal at our Asian Association meeting today (Thursday, October 13) in G-01, and if he brings back his Ping-Pong trophy it will be detailed with his name and the year. Congratulations to Eoghan Harrington, Ping-Pong Champion 2016!


Don’t forget, every Friday in October you can wear PINK. Pink t-shirts with breast cancer awareness, pink shirts with collars and any pink t-shirt representing Spruce Creek High School is acceptable. Next Thursday, we will sock it to breast cancer with our school wide pink sock day and Friday, October 21st, we will have an all-out pink day and PINK OUT football game. Stay tuned for more information.


ATTENTION STUDENTS THE REPRESENTATIVE FROM DAYTONA STATE WILL BE IN THE MAIN ATRIUM DURING LUNCH ON OCTOBER 13TH.


Come out and support the lady hawks volleyball team for their senior night tonight in our gym. Game times are 5 p.m. for jv and 6 p.m. for the varsity. Tonight we honor Erica Brok, Victoria Bowrosen, Julianna LaBosco, and Delaney Schwarb! Go Lady Hawks!


ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BOYS OR GIRLS SOCCER--GIRLS TRYOUTS WILL BEGIN THIS FRIDAY HERE ON CAMPUS (NOT AT THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL) AT 3:30. PLEASE MEET ON FIELD 3 (THE PIT) AND HAVE SHIN GUARDS AND WATER. MAKE SURE 2 COPIES OF ALL PAPERWORK ARE SUBMITTED TO COACH COSTNER IN ROOM C8 PRIOR TO 3:30 ON FRIDAY. BOYS TRYOUTS BEGIN NEXT MONDAY AT 3:30 HERE ON CAMPUS. PLEASE REMEMBER TO SUBMIT 2 COPIES OF ALL PAPERWORK TO COACH COSTNER IN ROOM C8 BEFORE 3:30 ON MONDAY.


Hola, amigos! In honor of Hispanic Heritage month we have a Public Service Announcement in Spanish! Spanish 2 students will explain how to prevent the spread of the Zika virus. Captions in English are provided for those that do not "habla español". Congratulations to "Nevahda" for correctly answering "Tim Kaine" for Oct. 5's trivia question. Please come to room C-25 for your prize!


FJAS will have a meeting tomorrow Friday October 14th in room O-37 during lunch. We will be making ice cream! See you there!


Seniors and any Juniors planning on graduating early: Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone who is unable to make it to their studio. You must sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22. There will be an $11 publication fee due at the time of the pictures.


Didn’t get your underclass photo taken? Don’t worry, Underclass retakes will take place on November 3 all day. If you need to get a photo packet, stop by room 0-22


Wednesday, October 12

ATTENTION STUDENTS, A REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE FASHION INSTITUTE OF DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY WILL BE HER DURING LUNCH ON 10/12 IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. PLEASE STOP BY AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS INSTITUTE.


ATTENTION STUDENTS THE REPRESENTATIVE FROM DAYTONA STATE WILL BE IN THE MAIN ATRIUM DURING LUNCH ON OCTOBER 13TH. ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BOYS OR GIRLS SOCCER--GIRLS TRYOUTS WILL BEGIN THIS FRIDAY HERE ON CAMPUS (NOT AT THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL) AT 3:30. PLEASE MEET ON FIELD 3 (THE PIT) AND HAVE SHIN GUARDS AND WATER. MAKE SURE 2 COPIES OF ALL PAPERWORK ARE SUBMITTED TO COACH COSTNER IN ROOM C8 PRIOR TO 3:30 ON FRIDAY. BOYS TRYOUTS BEGIN NEXT MONDAY AT 3:30 HERE ON CAMPUS. PLEASE REMEMBER TO SUBMIT 2 COPIES OF ALL PAPERWORK TO COACH COSTNER IN ROOM C8 BEFORE 3:30 ON MONDAY.


FCCLA members: Today, there is an emergency FCCLA meeting in D12 at lunch time.


Good Morning Hawks and Welcome Back! Project 396 will meet this Friday, October 14th during lunch in O-20! Please plan to attend! It's a great day to be a Hawk!


Seniors and any Juniors planning on graduating early: Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone who is unable to make it to their studio. You must sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22. There will be an $11 publication fee due at the time of the pictures.


Didn’t get your underclass photo taken? Don’t worry, Underclass retakes will take place on November 3 all day. If you need to get a photo packet, stop by room 0-22.


Wednesday, October 5

October has become synonymous with the color pink for Breast Cancer awareness. We will have many opportunities this month to show our support on campus, starting with Pink Fridays. Yes, you may wear pink t-shirts and collared shirts every Friday during the month of October. The shirts should be specific to breast cancer awareness, Spruce Creek high school or just plain pink. Mr. Parker and his design team with Spruce Creek Customs have two long sleeve pink t-shirts for sale. These are pre-order only and for a short time. Stop by the activities office or Mr. Parker’s room in L-4 to order yours today.


ATTENTION STUDENTS, SARGENT MCDONALD FROM THE US ARMY WILL BE HER DURING LUNCH 10/5 IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. STOP BY AND SEE HIM TO LEARN MORE ABOUT A POSSIBLE FUTURE IN THE ARMY.


Hola, amigos! In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month we have another trivia question! Take out your phones, go to todaysmeet.com/spruce and join with your first and last name with no spaces. First person to text the correct answer will win a prize! Here is the question: Which 2016 Vice Presidential candidate is fluent in Spanish due to his time in Honduras? Congratulations to Adrian for correctly answering "Marco Rubio" for yesterday's trivia question. Come to Room C-25 for your prize!


SENIORS- NOMINATIONS BEING ACCEPTED TODAY AND TOMORROW IN THE MAIN ATTRIUM DURING LUNCH FOR CLASS OF 2017 MEMORABILIA.
Class Flower
Class Motto
Class Song
Class Color


Tuesday, October 4

Congratulations to the Lady Hawks golf team on winning the 5-Star Championship. The team narrowly beat Mainland by 1 stroke, 377-378, to repeat as the conference champions. Leading the way for the Hawks were Amica Lertkitcharoenpon, Sarah Brooks, Mary Smith, Ally Sabatelli and Carolyn Muldowney.


Congratulations to the lady Hawks varsity volleyball team for their wins against university. Amazing serving secured the win the lady Hawks. The Jv team also won in two sets and freshman club team won in three Come join us Thursday night as we take on Flagler palm coast in our gym. Game times are 5 and 6 pm.


The boys’ golf team became 5-Star Conference Champions when they took first place against all area teams at Victoria Hills Country Club yesterday afternoon. The Hawks were led by Junior Seth Jolly who shot an even-par round of 72 in the 18-hole match, which was also good enough to earn Seth low scorer of the tournament. Juniors Henry Zimmer, Thomas Burns, and John Triplett contributed the second, third and fourth place scores for the team. Congratulations Hawks boy’s golf!


October has become synonymous with the color pink for Breast Cancer awareness. We will have many opportunities this month to show our support on campus, starting with Pink Fridays. Yes, you may wear pink t-shirts and collared shirts every Friday during the month of October. The shirts should be specific to breast cancer awareness, Spruce Creek high school or just plain pink. Mr. Parker and his design team with Spruce Creek Customs have two long sleeve pink t-shirts for sale. These are pre-order only and for a short time. Stop by the activities office or Mr. Parker’s room in L-4 to order yours today.


A REPRESENTATIVE FROM UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING LUNCH TUESDAY 10/4, PLEASE STOP BY THEIR TABLE IN THE ATRIUM TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR UNIVERSITY. SARGENT MCDONALD FROM THE US ARMY WILL BE HERE DURING LUNCH on October 5th IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. Stop by to see him and learn more about the many opportunities the Army has for you. ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR THE BOYS OR GIRLS SOCCER TEAM. THE CONCUSSION VIDEO WILL BE SHOWN IN ROOM C8 TUESDAY OCT 4TH AFTER SCHOOL. YOU ONLY NEED TO WATCH THIS VIDEO IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO VIEW THE VIDEO ON YOUR OWN. PLEASE BE ON TIME AS THE VIDEO WILL BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 3:00


October 1st was the start of LGBTQ’s National History Month. It began in 1994 as an awareness month and was declared by President Obama in 2009 as a national history month to encourage acceptance and awareness for the LGBT community. Please join the Gay-Straight Alliance every Thursday at lunch in room B-11 to learn more about the LGBT community and help spread awareness and equality.


Hola, amigos! In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month we have another trivia question! Get out your phones and go to www.todaysmeet.com/creek and join with your first and last name with no spaces. Congratulations to David Kurek for correctly answering "Hernando de Soto" for yesterday's trivia question. Please report to Room C-25 for your prize. Here is today's question: What Florida politician and son of Cuban immigrants was a contender for Republican candidacy in the U.S. Presidential race in 2016? Text your answer now and "Buena suerte"!


Monday, October 3

Matt Evans, one of our outstanding Seniors, is the sole representative of Volusia County Schools selected for this years' All State Reading Choir. This choir is comprised of the top 100 best sight readers and musicianship test takers from this past Saturday's All State test. This choir is one of the most difficult ensembles to get into and is evidence of the incredible talent and dedication of the students at Spruce Creek. This choir will perform in January at the all-state conference in Tampa. Congratulations to Matt and best of luck to the other choral members auditioning for the all-state choir.


Congratulations to the cross country runners that ran in Florida Runners on Saturday! We had many season bests and personal bests. An Extra huge congratulations go to Sam Gayton for running 19:47, Camryn Cooney for running 20:02, Caitlyn Chartier for running 20:14, and Jimmy Lucas, Emily Fichera, and Jordan Elder for running an amazing race and representing Spruce Creek!! Our runners ran with confidence and hawk pride! Get excited for the freshman/sophomore meet tomorrow afternoon here at Creek!


Congratulations to Ayush Trivedi and Howie Clatterbuck on their amazing races at Special Olympics State Swimming this past weekend. Ayush won two gold medals. Howie won bronze and silver medals. We are proud of you boys!


ATTENTION STUDENTS A REPRESENTATIVE FROM UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND WILL BE ON CAMPUS DURING LUNCH TUESDAY 10/4, PLEASE STOP BY THEIR TABLE IN THE ATRIUM TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR UNIVERSITY.


ATTENTION STUDENTS, SARGENT MCDONALD FROM THE US ARMY WILL BE HER DURING LUNCH 10/5 IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. STOP BY AND SEE HIM TO LEARN MORE ABOUT A POSSIBLE FUTURE IN THE ARMY. ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR THE BOYS OR GIRLS SOCCER TEAM. THE CONCUSSION VIDEO WILL BE SHOWN IN ROOM C8 TUESDAY OCT 4TH AFTER SCHOOL. YOU ONLY NEED TO WATCH THIS VIDEO IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO VIEW THE VIDEO ON YOUR OWN. PLEASE BE ON TIME AS THE VIDEO WILL BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 3:00


Project 396 will be meet Monday, October 3, 2016, in room O-20 during lunch. A pizza lunch will be provided for those who have attended a recent non-food meeting. A guest speaker will be sharing a presentation with us. Please be on time! Thank you!


Hola, amigos! In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month that continues until October 15, we have another trivia question! The first person to text the correct answer to www.todaysmeet.com/schs will win a prize! Here is the question: What Spanish explorer was the first European to reach the Mississippi River?


October 1st was the start of LGBTQ’s National History Month. It began in 1994 as an awareness month and was declared by President Obama in 2009 as a national history month to encourage acceptance and awareness for the LGBT community. Please join the Gay-Straight Alliance every Thursday at lunch in room B-11 to learn more about the LGBT community and help spread awareness and equality.


Come join Chess Club after school on Mondays in Mr. Lee's room G4 to meet cool people and learn how to play a fun and challenging game. You don't have to know how to play to have a good time.


There are still plenty of volunteer opportunities for clubs, groups and individuals this month. Please stop by the activities office for details. If you missed any of the information from this morning, you can find it on the school website. It is also posted on various bulletin boards around campus.


And remember, even on a rainy day …..…. TODAY….. AS EVERY DAY…. IS A GREAT DAY…. TO BE A HAWK!


Friday, September 30

The first blood drive is today. If you are 18 and did not get an appointment no worries just stop by the table by the N building and they will fit you in. If you are 16 or 17 you need parent consent so stop by the table to see if they can help you.


ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR THE BOYS OR GIRLS SOCCER TEAM. THE CONCUSSION VIDEO WILL BE SHOWN IN ROOM C8 TUESDAY OCT 4TH AFTER SCHOOL. YOU ONLY NEED TO WATCH THIS VIDEO IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO VIEW THE VIDEO ON YOUR OWN. PLEASE BE ON TIME AS THE VIDEO WILL BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 3:00


Project 396 will be meet Monday, October 3, 2016, in room O-20 during lunch. A pizza lunch will be provided for those who have attended a recent non-food meeting. A guest speaker will be sharing a presentation with us. Please be on time! Thank you!


"Hola, amigos! In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month we have another trivia question! Congratulations to Ross Harbuck for correctly answering "Pitbull" as yesterday's trivia question. Come to room C-25 for your prize! Here's today's question: What Spanish explorer was the first Governor of Puerto Rico and the first European to explore what is now Florida? (repeat question) Text your answer to www.todaysmeet.com/hhm. Use your first and last name with no spaces. Buena suerte!


Attention, attention, this is an important announcement! Tuesday at 3:45 is senior night for the swim team! Teachers, students, and everyone Creek is invited to come celebrate our very own senior swimmers at the YMCA!


Congratulations to the Girls Bowling Team for winning their 3rd match of the season, by smashing the Mainland Buccaneers by a score of 7-0. Bowling high games were Robyn Andrews 170, Eli Deranger 124 and Allison Senne 121. Way to GO Ladies!!! Next match is next Thursday against FPC.


Congratulations to the lady hawks volleyball team for their win against district rival Deland. Both the jv and the varsity came out and started and finished strong.Great job ladies. Join us next week as we take on Flagler Palm Coast. Teachers come join us. We would love to see you!!!


Thursday, September 29

The girls golf team fell to 6-3 on the season after losing to University 174-196 last night. Sarah Brooks was low scorer for the Lady Hawks who look to bounce back today against Seabreeze.


ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN BECOMING A FLORIDA STATE SEMINOLE!! A REPRESENTATIVE FROM FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY WILL BE ON CAMPUS TO DO A PRESENTATION AFTER SCHOOL ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29TH FROM 2:45 – 3:15 IN THE AUDITORIUM. MAKE ARRANGEMENTS TO STAY AFTER SCHOOL AND LEARN MORE ABOUT FLORIDA STATE.


Join the lady hawks volleyball team tonight as they take on rival Deland High School. Game time is at 5:30 p.m. for freshman and 6:30 for varsity! We need your support! See you at the game. It’s a great day to get BETTER!


ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR THE BOYS OR GIRLS SOCCER TEAM. THE CONCUSSION VIDEO WILL BE SHOWN IN ROOM C8 TUESDAY OCT 4TH AFTER SCHOOL. YOU ONLY NEED TO WATCH THIS VIDEO IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO VIEW THE VIDEO ON YOUR OWN. PLEASE BE ON TIME AS THE VIDEO WILL BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 3:00


The NHS officers will host an informational meeting in the auditorium about membership in the National Honor Society for the 2016-2017 school year. This assembly is only for those 11th and 12th graders whose cumulative GPA is a minimum of 3.5 weighted. Looking for those with a 3.5 cum GPA, with service and leadership already under their belts. Remember -Thursday, lunch, auditorium


Come join Chess Club after school on Mondays in Mr. Lee's room G4 to meet cool people and learn how to play a fun and challenging game. You don't have to know how to play to have a good time.


Irish club is meeting this Thursday at lunch time in 034, all are welcome.


Hola, amigos! In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month we have a trivia question! (show attached document and read aloud) This famous rapper of Cuban heritage was born as Armando Christian Pérez in Miami, Florida. He is more commonly known as what nickname? First person to text the correct answer to ww.todaysmeet.com/hhm wins a prize! Use your first and last name with no spaces! Congratulations to Karan Prasad for correctly answering yesterday's trivia question as 'Latino' is another term for 'Hispanic'. Come to Room C-25 for your prize!


You have studied the history of the world for years.....are you ready to step outside of your books and experience life? This June, Mrs. Murray and Ms. Duncan will be taking a select group of up to 24 students to Ireland, England, and France. If you are interested in joining them, visit www. AWorldBeyondBooks. weebly. com to find out more details including the cost and itinerary. You can also come to C-10 during lunch on Wednesday or Thursday or see Mrs. Murray in the media center anytime to find out more information. We will host a meeting for parents Thursday, 9/29, at 6pm in the media center. Be sure to come if you are interested as there are limited spots available and they will fill up quickly!


Wednesday, September 28

Congratulations to the girls swim team in their win against University last night. 1st place finishers included Sarah Grace Bryant, Kaylie Manecke, Madison Rizzo, Abby Foster, Autumn Cook, and Nami Pruitt. A big shout out to Madelyn & Olivia Bradley as well as Haley Evans on great swims! Great job girls! Congratulations to the boys swim team in their win against University last night. 1st place finishers included Levi Parsons, Jarrett Moorhouse, Ricky Barnett, Jake Rice, and Hayden Lazo! A big shout out to E.J. Dietrich and Karan Prasad on great swims! Way to go guys!


Congrats to the girls golf team for bouncing back and beating Mainland 185-190 last night behind the strong play of Amica Lertkitcharoenpon.


ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN BECOMING A FLORIDA STATE SEMINOLE!! A REPRESENTATIVE FROM FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY WILL BE ON CAMPUS TO DO A PRESENTATION AFTER SCHOOL ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29TH FROM 2:45 – 3:15 IN THE AUDITORIUM. MAKE ARRANGEMENTS TO STAY AFTER SCHOOL AND LEARN MORE ABOUT FLORIDA STATE.


Didn't get your picture taken yesterday? Don't worry picture retakes are November 3 there is still a chance to be in the yearbook.


There are several volunteer opportunities coming up. If you, a group of friends or club would like to take on one of these events, please stop by the activities office this week.


The NHS officers will host an informational meeting in the auditorium about membership in the National Honor Society for the 2016-2017 school year. This assembly is only for those 11th and 12th graders whose cumulative GPA is a minimum of 3.5 weighted. Looking for those with a 3.5 cumulative GPA, with service and leadership already under their belts. Remember Thursday during lunch.


Hola, amigos! In honor of Hispanic Heritage month, we have another trivia question! The first person to text the correct answer to todaysmeet. com/hhm will win a prize! Here's the question: The term Hispanic, as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau, refers to Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin regardless of race. What is another term for someone of Hispanic heritage? (pause) What is another term for someone of Hispanic heritage? Buena suerte! (bwain-nah swear-tay)


You have studied the history of the world for years.....are you ready to step outside of your books and experience life? This June, Mrs. Murray and Ms. Duncan will be taking a select group of up to 24 students to Ireland, England, and France. If you are interested in joining them, visit www. AWorldBeyondBooks. weebly. com to find out more details including the cost and itinerary. You can also come to C-10 during lunch on Wednesday or Thursday or see Mrs. Murray in the media center anytime to find out more information. We will host a meeting for parents Thursday, 9/29, at 6pm in the media center. Be sure to come if you are interested as there are limited spots available and they will fill up quickly!


Tuesday, September 27

The boys golf team competed in the Volusia/Flagler Tournament yesterday coming in first place among all area high school teams in Volusia and Flagler counties. The Hawks were led by Junior John Triplett who shot an 18-hole round of 2-over par. Sophomore Connor Wolfe was second, and Juniors Seth Jolly and Thomas Burns came in third and fourth for the Hawks.


Underclass photos are today. Please come during your English class to get your photos taken in the auditorium. If you are duel enrolled, you will need to come to the auditorium at some point during the day.


ATTENTION STUDENTS, WE HAVE A 2ND COLLEGE COMING TO VISIT US ON SEPTEMBER 27TH. ALONG WITH FAU, WE WILL ALSO HAVE FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE HERE DURING LUNCH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. PLEASE MAKE A NOTE OF IT AND PLAN ON STOPPING BY TO SEE THESE 2 COLLEGIATE OPTIONS FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION.


ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN BECOMING A FLORIDA STATE SEMINOLE!! A REPRESENTATIVE FROM FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY WILL BE ON CAMPUS TO DO A PRESENTATION AFTER SCHOOL ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29TH FROM 2:45 – 3:15 IN THE AUDITORIUM. MAKE ARRANGEMENTS TO STAY AFTER SCHOOL AND LEARN MORE ABOUT FLORIDA STATE.


There are several volunteer opportunities coming up. If you, a group of friends or club would like to take on one of these events, please stop by the activities office this week.


ATTENTION: IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR THE GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM OR BECOMING A MANAGER, THERE WILL BE A MEETING ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2016, IN THE GYM DURING LUNCH. PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND IN ORDER TO RECEIVE IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING TRYOUTS NEXT MONTH.


Reminder, there will be a short Mu Alpha Theta meeting in G-3 today at lunch.


Do you like to Hammock?! Do you like to hike?! If so, join Spruce Creek’s hammocking and hiking club! The first meeting will be on Monday October 3rd at lunch in O-37 Ms. Richards room. Get ready for some cool adventures, because “We know how to have a good time!”


Hola, amigos! In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month today we will tell you about a sport with Spanish roots that is played here in the United States. Congratulations to "mrw" for correcting answering "Orlando" as the U.S. city with the second highest concentration of Puerto Ricans outside of Puerto Rico! Please go to Room C-25 for your prize! Hasta mañana (ah-stah mah-nyah-nah), amigos!


You have studied the history of the world for years.....are you ready to step outside of your books and experience life? This June, Mrs. Murray and Ms. Duncan will be taking a select group of up to 24 students to Ireland, England, and France. If you are interested in joining them, visit www. AWorldBeyondBooks. weebly. com to find out more details including the cost and itinerary. You can also come to C-10 during lunch on Wednesday or Thursday or see Mrs. Murray in the media center anytime to find out more information. We will host a meeting for parents Thursday, 9/29, at 6pm in the media center. Be sure to come if you are interested as there are limited spots available and they will fill up quickly!


Monday, September 26

Congrats again to the 2016 Homecoming Court and your Homecoming King and Queen Josh Tse (SEE) and Amber Lyn Foote.


Attention Juniors and Seniors: The College Expo will take place Monday evening at Mainland High School from 5:30 -7:30. There will also be a Financial aid presentation at 5:30 and 6:30. Now is your chance to ask the colleges all those burning questions you have. See you Monday night.


Underclassmen photos are coming Tuesday, September 27,2016. All students in grades 9-11 are to be photographed. You will be allowed to change for your photo but must change back into uniform afterwards. You must bring your photo packet with money to purchase your photos. Photos will be taken in your English class. If you don’t have an English class, see Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.


Volusia county schools has partnered with the Supervisor of Elections (SOE) office and the League of Women Voters to conduct voter education and voter registration at Spruce Creek High School. In the Media center on 09/27/2016: 7:45 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. Space is limited, seniors interested , please come to the Student Activities office to sign up to go to go to this presentation. The SOE will also be available to register students to vote in the media center during this time.


ATTENTION STUDENTS A REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE FOLLOWING SCHOOLS, LENOIR RHYNE AND FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITIES WILL BE HERE ON MONDAY 9/26, LENOIR RHYNE AND TUESDAY 9/27 FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY. PLEASE STOP BY BOTH DAYS DURING LUNCH TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THESE SCHOOLS.


ATTENTION STUDENTS, WE HAVE A 2ND COLLEGE COMING TO VISIT US ON SEPTEMBER 27TH. ALONG WITH FAU, WE WILL ALSO HAVE FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE HERE DURING LUNCH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. PLEASE MAKE A NOTE OF IT AND PLAN ON STOPPING BY TO SEE THESE 2 COLLEGIATE OPTIONS FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION.


ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN BECOMING A FLORIDA STATE SEMINOLE!! A REPRESENTATIVE FROM FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY WILL BE ON CAMPUS TO DO A PRESENTATION AFTER SCHOOL ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29TH FROM 2:45 – 3:15 IN THE AUDITORIUM. MAKE ARRANGEMENTS TO STAY AFTER SCHOOL AND LEARN MORE ABOUT FLORIDA STATE.


There are several volunteer opportunities coming up. If you, a group of friends or club would like to take on one of these events, please stop by the activities office this week.


ATTENTION: IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR THE GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM OR BECOMING A MANAGER, THERE WILL BE A MEETING ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2016, IN THE GYM DURING LUNCH. PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND IN ORDER TO RECEIVE IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING TRYOUTS NEXT MONTH.

The first blood drive of the year is this Friday, September 30. A Oneblood representative will be here today at lunch in the main atrium to get you signed up. If you are 16 years old you need a parent consent form and the Zika consent form signed and if you are seventeen you will need to have the Zika consent form signed as well. Please see the OneBlood rep at lunch for more information.


Hola, amigos! In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, today we have another trivia question! Take out your phones and text your answer to www. todaysmeet. com. Join with your first and last name with no spaces. The first person to answer correctly will win a prize. Congratulations to Thomas B. for correctly answering "Nevada" as the fourth state with a true Spanish name from Friday's trivia question. Go to Room C-25 to claim your prize! Here is today's question: "New York City has the highest concentration of Puerto Ricans outside of Puerto Rico. What U.S. city has the second largest concentration of Puerto Ricans?" (repeat question) "Buena suerte" (bwain-nah swear-tay) and the winner will be announced tomorrow!"


You have studied the history of the world for years.....are you ready to step outside of your books and experience life? This June, Mrs. Murray and Ms. Duncan will be taking a select group of up to 24 students to Ireland, England, and France. If you are interested in joining them, visit www. AWorldBeyondBooks. weebly. com to find out more details including the cost and itinerary. You can also come to C-10 during lunch on Wednesday or Thursday or see Mrs. Murray in the media center anytime to find out more information. We will host a meeting for parents Thursday, 9/29, at 6pm in the media center. Be sure to come if you are interested as there are limited spots available and they will fill up quickly!


Friday, September 23

The Girls Bowling Team pulled off a close win yesterday. Beating Matanzas in a back and forth match that ended in a score of 5-2. This gave the Lady Hawks their second win of the season. Contributing to the win were Robyn Andrews, Eli Deranger, Christina Bennett, Patricia Rademacher and Allison Senne. Next match is next Tuesday against Pine Ridge.


Congratulations to the lady Hawks volleyball team for their win against district foe Mandarin. Support the lady Hawks and sign up for the spirit bus for Oviedo Wednesday Sept 28. Cost is just 10.00 Stop by our booth at the carnival to sign up.


The boys golf team defeated University High School yesterday afternoon at Debary Country Club. Sophomore Andrew Klem and Junior Henry Zimmer tied for first place, both shooting one under par. Junior Seth Jolly was second and Sophomore Connor Wolfe took third place for the Hawks.


The last time to buy homecoming tickets is during the carnival today. They will not be sold after school or at the door of the dance. Tickets will be sold today in the book room hall way in the o-wing. If you bought your ticket online you must pick it up. You will not be allowed into the dance without a ticket. No tickets will be sold during class.


Seniors and any Juniors planning on graduating early: Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone who is unable to make it to their studio. You must sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22. There will be an $11 publication fee due at the time of the pictures.


Underclassmen photos are coming Tuesday, September 27,2016. All students in grades 9-11 are to be photographed. You will be allowed to change for your photo but must change back into uniform afterwards. Photos will be taken in your English class. If you don’t have an English class, see Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.


Volusia County Schools has partnered with the Supervisor of Elections (SOE) office and the League of Women Voters to conduct voter education and voter registration at Spruce Creek High School. In the Media center on 09/27/2016: 7:45 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. Space is limited, seniors interested , please come to the Student Activities office to sign up to go to go to this presentation. The SOE will also be available to register students to vote in the media center during this time.


Attention Juniors and Seniors: The College Expo will take place Monday evening at Mainland High School from 5:30 -7:30. There will also be a Financial aid presentation at 5:30 and 6:30. Now is your chance to ask the colleges all those burning questions you have. See you Monday night.


ATTENTION STUDENTS A REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE FOLLOWING SCHOOLS, LENOIR RHYNE AND FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITIES WILL BE HERE ON MONDAY 9/26, LENOIR RHYNE AND TUESDAY 9/27 FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY. PLEASE STOP BY BOTH DAYS DURING LUNCH TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THESE SCHOOLS.


ATTENTION STUDENTS, WE HAVE A 2ND COLLEGE COMING TO VISIT US ON SEPTEMBER 27TH. ALONG WITH FAU, WE WILL ALSO HAVE FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE HERE DURING LUNCH IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. PLEASE MAKE A NOTE OF IT AND PLAN ON STOPPING BY TO SEE THESE 2 COLLEGIATE OPTIONS FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION.


Creekside middle school is looking for some student volunteers afterschool for the next few weeks. This is a perfect opportunity for student that live in the neighboring areas. Please stop by the activities office if you are interested in volunteering at Creekside Middle school.


Hola, amigos! In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month we have another trivia question! Get out your phones and text your answer to todaysmeet /hhm .com. First person to text the correct answer will win a prize! Join with your first and last name with no spaces. Now here is the question: the U.S. states with pure Spanish names are Florida, Montana, Colorado, and what other state? (please repeat the question) The winner will be announced on Monday!


There will be a short Mu Alpha Theta meeting Tuesday at lunch in Ms. Young’s room G-3. Please plan on attending as we will be coordinating service hours to satisfy club requirements.


Support the football team Friday, September 23 by going to eat at Tijuana Flats before the game between 4-7pm. 20% of sales will go directly to supporting the team! Be sure to mention you are there for the Football Spirit Night at the register.


Seniors: Senior ad templates and contracts are available now in room 0-22. Ads are on a first come first serve basis and are limited due to space. Get yours today!


The yearbook is now at $85. Reserve yours today in room 0-22.


Thursday, September 22

Congratulations to our August and September Hawk of the month winners. For August: Hawk of the month is Juanita Morales, Scholar of the month, Kevin Olsen, Citizen of the month- Luke Bryan and our Athlete of the month- Todd Powers.


For September: Hawk of the month is Adam Grusuaskas, our scholar of the month- Lauren Sparger, Citizen of the month- Eliza Budanio and our Athlete of the month for September is Victoria Bowrosen.


Congratulations again, all August and September winners. Don’t forget to attend the luncheon in your honor on Thursday September 29th at 11:15am in the Black Hawk Inn and your photo will be taken that morning at 7am in the main office.


From Mrs. Conner in the dean’s office-Any notes dropped off at the Dean’s office must be picked up when it is time for you to leave.


Seniors and any Juniors planning on graduating early: Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone who is unable to make it to their studio. You must sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22. There will be an $11 publication fee due at the time of the pictures.


Underclassmen photos are coming Tuesday, September 27,2016. All students in grades 9-11 are to be photographed. You will be allowed to change for your photo but must change back into uniform afterwards. Photos will be taken in your English class. If you don’t have an English class, see Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.


Volusia County Schools has partnered with the Supervisor of Elections (SOE) office and the League of Women Voters to conduct voter education and voter registration at Spruce Creek High School. In the Media center on 09/27/2016: 7:45 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. Space is limited, seniors interested , please come to the Student Activities office to sign up to go to go to this presentation. The SOE will also be available to register students to vote in the media center during this time.


ATTENTION STUDENTS A REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE FOLLOWING SCHOOLS, LENOIR RHYNE AND FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITIES WILL BE HERE ON MONDAY 9/26, LENOIR RHYNE AND TUESDAY 9/27 FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY. PLEASE STOP BY BOTH DAYS DURING LUNCH TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THESE SCHOOLS.


Attention Juniors and Seniors: The College Expo will take place Monday evening at Mainland High School from 5:30 -7:30. There will also be a Financial aid presentation at 5:30 and 6:30. Now is your chance to ask the colleges all those burning questions you have. See you Monday night.


Creekside middle school is looking for some student volunteers afterschool for the next few weeks. This is a perfect opportunity for student that live in the neighboring areas. Please stop by the activities office if you are interested in volunteering at Creekside Middle school.


Hola, amigos! Did you know that 17.6% of the U.S. population is of Hispanic origin? - This percentage makes people of Hispanic heritage the largest ethnic or racial minority in the nation. As you can see, learning Spanish is an invaluable skill in the U.S.! Congratulations "Juanita" (wahn-nee-tah) for being the first person to accurately answer yesterday's Hispanic Heritage trivia question. Please report to room C-25 for your prize. Today we have a short video of a common Spanish conversation.


Class of 2018 T-shirts are still for sale today in room C14 for 7 dollars. Get one before the pep rally.


Support the football team Friday, September 23 by going to eat at Tijuana Flats before the game between 4-7pm. 20% of sales will go directly to supporting the team! Be sure to mention you are there for the Football Spirit Night at the register.


Seniors: Senior ad templates and contracts are available now in room 0-22. Ads are on a first come first serve basis and are limited due to space. Get yours today! The yearbook is now at $85. Reserve yours today in room 0-22.


Wednesday, September 21

Congratulations to our department students for the months of August and September. Avid- Gianna Meoli and Luke Hampton AITR- Matt Shultz and Ryley Griffith Academy of Finance- Rachel Towe and Alyssa Nelson Web Design- Ethen Broadwater and Nathan LaRubbio CTE Ashley Ward and Katherine Thomson Math- Shea Outlaw and Lindsey Pliapol English- Ross Harbuck and Ethan Swayze Foreign Language- Sara Parsons and Derek Beauchamp Performing Arts- Amy Kealhofer and Boenn Bake Visual Arts- Annie Scull and Star Fitzmaurice JROTC – Nolan Archer and Autumn Himmel We would like to recognize our Teachers and Staff for August and September: For August : Teacher of the month- Mrs. Sheila Farrell Teaching Technique- Mr. Nate Fincher Educational Atmosphere- Ms. Valerie Oates Special Projects- Mr. Scott Kirschner Staff member for the month- Mrs. Joey Bass Volunteer for the month- Ms. Bonnie-Ann Arnett. For September: Teacher of the month- Mrs. Samantha Murray Teaching Technique- Dr. Ernst Educational Atmosphere- Katherine McFarland Special Projects- Mrs. Sue Fitton Staff member- Mrs. Josephine Somereve Volunteer- Mrs. Sheila Sullivan Congratulations again, all August and September winners. We will announce our Hawk of the Month Students tomorrow. Don’t forget to attend the luncheon in your honor on Thursday September 29th at 11:15am in the Black Hawk Inn and your photo will be taken that morning at 7am in the main office.


Congratulations to the Boys Bowling Team for winning their 1st match of the season, by beating Atlantic by a score of 5-2. Contributing to the win were: Robert Watson – 155, Robbie Onusko – 170, Aayush Patel – 179, and Brandon Clayton – 222. The team would like to thank Dr. Sparger for being in attendance, and for the inspiration and good luck. Thank You. The boys golf team defeated University High School yesterday afternoon at Cypress Head golf course. Sophomore Andrew Klem shot even par, and was first in the Hawk’s victory. Juniors Thomas Burns and Seth Jolly tied for second, and John Triplett was third.


Seniors and any Juniors planning on graduating early: Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone who is unable to make it to their studio. You must sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22. There will be an $11 publication fee due at the time of the pictures.


Underclassmen photos are coming Tuesday, September 27,2016. All students in grades 9-11 are to be photographed. You will be allowed to change for your photo but must change back into uniform afterwards. Photos will be taken in your English class. If you don’t have an English class, see Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.


ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BOYS OR GIRLS SOCCER. THE SOCCER SEASON CALENDARS ARE NOW UP ON THE SCHOOL WEBSITE. PLEASE REVIEW THE CALENDARS AND COMPLETE YOUR PAPERWORK ASAP. GIRLS TRYOUTS BEGIN OCT 10TH AND THE BOYS TRYOUTS BEGIN OCT 17TH. SEE COACH COSTNER IN ROOM C8 IF YOU NEED MORE INFORMATION


There will be an important meeting for all those interested in trying out for this year’s boys and girls tennis teams at the beginning of lunch this Wednesday in Coach Palmer’s room, C21.


Join SGA in the Media Center tonight from 5-7 for the first annual open mic night. Bring your talents and perform for all. You don’t have talent. No problem, come and watch.


The South Asian club will be meeting at lunch in Portable 24 on Wednesday Sept 21. We look forward to seeing anyone that is interested in joining attend. Thank you.


Hola, amigos! Hispanic Heritage Month began on September 15 and will continue until October 15. Did you know that many Spanish-speaking countries celebrate their independence from Spain on or around September 15? Well, that is why this month of observance starts now. During this month we will showcase the language, people, and customs of the Spanish-speaking world. Today we have a trivia question! Get your phones out and go to todaysmeet .com/hhm (please pause and show poster with website) Join the room with your first and last name, no spaces.....Here is the question: According to the latest U.S. census, what percentage of the U.S. population is Hispanic? Once again, according to the latest U.S. census, what percentage of the U.S. population is Hispanic? Text your guess to the Todaysmeet website. First correct answer submitted by 8:40 a.m. wins a prize! The winner will be announced tomorrow. Buena suerte! " (bwaina swair tay)


Join us tonight between 5-8 PM at Ritters as we sponsor a Spirit Night to raise money for a metal picnic table that will be placed in the Butterfly Garden at Creek. The Young Republicans want to pain that table Red, White and Blue. Go USA!! Remember- 5-8 PM at Ritters TONIGHT!


Seniors: Senior ad templates and contracts are available now in room 0-22. Ads are on a first come first serve basis and are limited due to space. Get yours today! The yearbook is now at $85. Reserve yours today in room 0-22.


Tuesday, September 20

Congratulations to the 2016 Homecoming Court! Mr. and Ms. Spruce Creek Emma Yanus and Jordan Gago; Prom King and Queen Victoria Bowerson and Frankie Gilday; Senior- Sammi Babiez, Amber Foote, Annie Gavilanes, Madison Rizzo, Skylar Theis, Dalton Church, John Gray, Adam Grusaukas, Hamish Pierpont, Josh Tse; Junior-Jocelyn Nobles and Wesley Cedar; Sophomore-Autumn Adkins-Sapp and Nick Boccuzzi; Freshman-Allison Boatner and Trent Provenzano. Please see Mrs. Bundza at lunch for information about halftime on Friday.


Congratulations to the swimmers for completing the 200 pool length 5k on Saturday!  Kaylie Manecke took the gold for the girls, with Madison Rizzo and Abby Foster coming in 2nd and 3rd, respectively.  Levi Parsons took the gold for the boys, with Jake Rice and Jarret Moorhouse taking 2nd and 3rd respectively.    It was a tiring feat, but accomplished by with flying colors.  A big shout out to Abdullah Afridi and Joanne Zhao on an incredible finish! 

 
Congratulations to the lady hawks volleyball team for their runner up tournament championship this past weekend.  The girls played against some of the best teams in the state to elevate their state ranking to #2.  Come support the lady hawks tomorrow as they take on Orlando power Lake Mary.  This game will be televised on brighthouse and its black out night.  Students wear black and get in for $1.00.  Make signs and show your spirit for the game.  Game starts at 7 p.m. Go lady hawks!


Homecoming tickets will be on sale after school today only.  As for the rest of the week, they will be available in the morning, at lunch, and after school in L-01 for $20.  They will continue to be on sale online until Thursday.  You must pick up a ticket even if you buy them online.  No tickets will be sold during or between classes!


ATTENTION STUDENTS, A REPRESENTATIVE FROM STETSON UNIVERSITY WILL BE HERE ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21ST AT 10:39 IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. PLEASE STOP BY AT LUNCH TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BECOMING A STETSON HATTER!


ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BOYS OR GIRLS SOCCER. THE SOCCER SEASON CALENDARS ARE NOW UP ON THE SCHOOL WEBSITE. PLEASE REVIEW THE CALENDARS AND COMPLETE YOUR PAPERWORK ASAP. GIRLS TRYOUTS BEGIN OCT 10TH AND THE BOYS TRYOUTS BEGIN OCT 17TH. SEE COACH COSTNER IN ROOM C8 IF YOU NEED MORE INFORMATION


There will be an important meeting for all those interested in trying out for this year’s boys and girls tennis teams at the beginning of lunch this Wednesday in Coach Palmer’s room, C21.


Dreams are universal, but opportunity is not. Join Kiva (kee-vah) for their meeting on September 20th in room D-02. Help connect people to start and grow their businesses around the world. Get volunteer hours and a chance to make an unforgettable impact. Hold the power to create opportunities for others with Kiva. See you Tuesday in room D-01at lunch. 


The Young Republicans will have a speaker on the Constitution today at lunch. The change will be to room C-14, Mr. Rohol's room. not Mr. Prince's room!


Psychology club will have an special mandatory meeting today at lunch in P-30 Mr. Graham’s classroom.


Tomorrow, between 5 and 8 PM, The Young Republicans will be hosting a Spirit Night at Ritters to earn money for a metal picnic table for the Butterfly Garden over the wall by parent pickup. Join us between 5-8 Wed Sept 21 at RITTERS!


SGA is requesting all Hawks to attend a spirit night Wednesday, September 21st from 5-8pm at Tijuana flats.  Eat their delicious tacos and burritos, and don't forget to say you came for SGA! Be there or be square!

 

 

Friday, September 16

Congratulations to the girls and boys swim teams on a dramatic win over Deland last night!  Levi Parsons, Jarrett Moorhouse, Ricky Barnett, and Hayden Savage sealed the win earning the W in a race that was won by less than a tenth of a second!  Levi had an amazing anchor swim to out touch Deland's relay.  WOW! He was also the only boy in the MEET to win all of his events!  The team as a whole did outstanding.  Individual 1st places were won by Hayden Lazo, Levi Parsons, and Ricky Barnett.   A big shout out to Jarrett Moorhouse and Kayne Finley for coming in clutch on key swims!  Indvidual 1st places for the girls were won by Madison Rizzo, Mia Davison, Kaylie Manecke, Olivia Bradley, and Annie Gavilanes.  A big shout out to Sarah Grace Bryant for swimming her fastest 50 in her life, so far! The swimmers will be taking part in a 5k swim Saturday morning.  Folks, that is 200 lengths of the pool!  The swimmers are amazing!  Go Creek!


Congratulations to the boys golf team for defeating Seabreeze and New Smyrna yesterday afternoon. Junior Seth Jolly led the way for the Hawks with a score of even par 35. Juniors John Triplett and Henry Zimmer tied for second with scores of 36, and Sophomore Connor Wolfe was third with a 38.


Congratulations to the lady hawks varsity volleyball team for their win last night against district rival Sandalwood high school. Join us next week as we take on Lake Mary for the Bright House Game of the Week.  The match is Wednesday, Sept. 21st at 7 p.m.  This will be Black Out night and admission is just $1.00 for students if they wear black.  Let’s  fill the stands and show our support for these awesome girls!  Go lady hawks!


Next week is Homecoming, and here are the dress up days:  Tuesday--It’s time to put your game face on! Represent your favorite sport or athlete from this year’s summer Olympics on Rio Olympics 2016 day! Bring out your inner Olympian and show off your skills!  No SWIMSUITS! Wednesday is the return of Twin Day. Thursday will be Spirit Day. And Friday will be New York City day. Show your spirit and dress up!


Do you ever wish your best friend could be your identical twin? Now is your chance with TWIN DAY. Get creative and show us what you got! Join us in the Media Center for Open Mic Night from 5-7pm.  The volleyball team has a televised game in the gym at 7. 


Time to get the legendary orange and black out of your wardrobe and take place in this year’s SPIRIT DAY! Let’s show our creek pride! It’s a GREAT DAY TO BE A HAWK! The school’s annual PEP RALLY will take place at the end of the school day.


Sadly, as the last day of homecoming week comes to an end, we are off to the city that never sleeps!  NEW YORK CITY. This is your chance to bring out your inner New Yorker and show off your greatest businessman/woman, street performer, Yankee, Rockette, and SO much more! Dress up as your favorite superhero, villain, or any other movie character from this spectacular city.


TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER WITHOUT HAVING TO PAY THE LATE FEE FOR THE OCTOBER 22, 2016 ACT TEST.  COACH JONES AND GUIDANCE WILL BE IN O-14 DURING LUNCH TO ASSIST ANYONE NEEDING ASSISTANCE REGISTERING.


We love celebrating birthdays with our Hawk family and enjoy the colorful banners displayed along the fences that border our school. Just a reminder, that all banners will be removed on Fridays, so if you have one posted and would like to keep it, make sure that it is removed prior to 6th period on Friday.


ATTENTION STUDENTS, A REPRESENTATIVE FROM STETSON UNIVERSITY WILL BE HERE ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21ST AT 10:39 IN THE MAIN ATRIUM. PLEASE STOP BY AT LUNCH TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BECOMING A STETSON HATTER!


Seniors and any Juniors planning on graduating early:  Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone who is unable to make it to their studio.   You must sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.  There will be an $11 publication fee due at the time of the pictures.  


Underclassmen photos are coming Tuesday, September 27,2016.  All students in grades 9-11 are to be photographed.  You will be allowed to change for your photo but must change back into uniform afterwards.  Photos will be taken in your English class.  If you don’t have an English class, see Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.


  We are happy to report that a few clubs and sports teams have requested that we keep the Tower of Hope going until Tuesday of next week.  You may add to our structure all day Tuesday. After school  our tower will be loaded up and brought to our local food banks. 


ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BOYS OR GIRLS SOCCER. THE SOCCER SEASON CALENDARS ARE NOW UP ON THE SCHOOL WEBSITE. PLEASE REVIEW THE CALENDARS AND COMPLETE YOUR PAPERWORK ASAP. GIRLS TRYOUTS BEGIN OCT 10TH AND THE BOYS TRYOUTS BEGIN OCT 17TH. SEE COACH COSTNER IN ROOM C8 IF YOU NEED MORE INFORMATION


Dreams are universal, but opportunity is not. Join Kiva (kee-vah) for their meeting on September 20th in room D-02. Help connect people to start and grow their businesses around the world. Get volunteer hours and a chance to make an unforgettable impact. Hold the power to create opportunities for others with Kiva. See you Tuesday in room D-01at lunch. 


ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED SEEKING EMPLOYMENT, SKYZONE, A TRAMPOLINE PARK,  IS HAVING A JOB FAIR AT RICHARD MILBURN ACADMENY ON 9/17 FROM 9AM – 2PM. RICHARD MILBURN IS LOCATED AT 1031 MASON AVE. DAYTONA BEACH. MEET THE TEAM, APPLY AND INTERVIEW THAT DAY.  


The Young Republicans would appreciate you and your friends joining us for a spirit night at Ritters next Wednesday Sept 21st between 5-8 PM. We are trying to raise money for a picnic table for the Enviro Butterfly Garden Project! Join us RItters, Sept 21 betwee 5-8 PM.


Psychology club will have an special mandatory meeting Tuesday the 20th at lunch in P-30 Mr. Graham’s classroom.


Hey juniors, Get ready for Homecoming Week by buying the class of 2018 T-shirt anytime in room C14 for 7 dollars.


Seniors:  Senior ad templates and contracts are available now in room 0-22.  Ads are on a first come first serve basis and are limited due to space.  Get yours today!  


The yearbook is now at $85.  Reserve yours today in room 0-22.  


If you missed any of the information from this morning, you can find it on the school website. It is also posted on various bulletin boards around campus.


Enjoy your three day week end and we will see you on Tuesday for our first Homecoming dress up day. And remember TODAY….. AS EVERY DAY…. IS A GREAT DAY…. TO BE A HAWK

 
Thursday, September 15

Yesterday the officials of National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced the names of approximately 16,000 semifinalists in the 62nd annual National Merit Scholarship Program. These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for about $33 million dollars that will be offered next spring.  Student from Spruce Creek this year are:  Danielle Handel, Rohit Hoskote, and Hamish Pierpont. We wish them well as they continue in this competition.


There are only two days left to contribute to our Tower of Hope food drive. Please consider donating to this worthy effort. Clubs and Athletic teams please spread the word and join us in showing our community the spirit of Spruce Creek Hawks.

Sophomore Alyssa Derrick adds a bag full of canned goods to our Tower Hope this morning.

 

We love celebrating birthdays with our Hawk family and enjoy the colorful banners displayed along the fences that border our school. Just a reminder, that all banners will be removed on Fridays, so if you have one posted and would like to keep it, make sure that it is removed prior to 6th period on Friday.


ATTENTION STUDENTS, A REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF TULSA WILL BE HERE ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15TH AT 2:45 IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AFTER SCHOOL TO LEARN MORE ABOUT UNIVERSITY OF TULSA.


Seniors and any juniors planning on graduating early:  Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone who is unable to make it to their studio.   You must sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.  There will be an $11 publication fee due at the time of the pictures.  


Underclassmen photos are coming Tuesday, September 27,2016.  All students in grades 9-11 are to be photographed.  You will be allowed to change for your photo but must change back into uniform afterwards.  Photos will be taken in your English class.  If you don’t have an English class, see Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.


Homecoming tickets will go on sale Monday, September 12th to Thursday, September 15th for $15.   They will be available during lunch and after school in Mrs. Bundza’s room L-01.  After Thursday the price will increase to $20.  If you want to skip the line than buy your tickets on-line.  If you plan on bringing a date from another school they must be approved by Ms. Potts before you can buy a ticket.  Do not buy guest tickets on-line! 
If you purchase a ticket online you will still need to pick up a ticket from L-01 but there will be a separate line for online ticket sales.  All students are required to show photo ID in order to purchase a ticket/get into the dance.


Dreams are universal, but opportunity is not. Join Kiva (kee-vah) for their meeting on September 20th in room D-01. Help connect people to start and grow their businesses around the world. Get volunteer hours and a chance to make an unforgettable impact. Hold the power to create opportunities for others with Kiva. See you Tuesday in room D-01at lunch. 


ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED SEEKING EMPLOYMENT, SKYZONE, A TRAMPOLINE PARK,  IS HAVING A JOB FAIR AT RICHARD MILBURN ACADMENY ON 9/17 FROM 9AM – 2PM. RICHARD MILBURN IS LOCATED AT 1031 MASON AVE. DAYTONA BEACH. MEET THE TEAM, APPLY AND INTERVIEW THAT DAY.  


Seniors:  Senior ad templates and contracts are available now in room 0-22.  Ads are on a first come first serve basis and are limited due to space.  Get yours today!

  
The yearbook is now at $85.  Reserve yours today in room 0-22.  


Well that’s the news for today. If you missed any of this morning’s information, you can find it on our school website and posted on various boards around the school.


Don’t forget to bring in a nonperishable food item tomorrow, but for now,
Today as every day, is a great day to be a HAWK!

 

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Wednesday, September 14

We are at day three of our school wide food drive. Our Tower of Hope needs your contribution. Imagine the good we could do if everyone just brought in one nonperishable food item. We would collect over 2700 cans or boxes. Now that’s a lot of good for our community!

 

We love celebrating birthdays with our Hawk family and enjoy the colorful banners displayed along the fences that border our school. Just a reminder, that all banners will be removed on Fridays, so if you have one posted and would like to keep it, make sure that it is removed prior to 6th period on Friday.

ATTENTION STUDENTS, A REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF TULSA WILL BE HERE ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15TH AT 2:45 IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AFTER SCHOOL TO LEARN MORE ABOUT UNIVERSITY OF TULSA.

Seniors and any Juniors planning on graduating early:  Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone who is unable to make it to their studio.   You must sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.  There will be an $11 publication fee due at the time of the pictures.  

Underclassmen photos are coming Tuesday, September 27,2016.  All students in grades 9-11 are to be photographed.  You will be allowed to change for your photo but must change back into uniform afterwards.  Photos will be taken in your English class.  If you don’t have an English class, see Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.

Homecoming tickets will go on sale Monday, September 12th to Thursday, September 15th for $15.   They will be available during lunch and after school in Mrs. Bundza’s room L-01.  After Thursday the price will increase to $20.  If you want to skip the line than buy your tickets on-line.  If you plan on bringing a date from another school they must be approved by Ms. Potts before you can buy a ticket.  Do not buy guest tickets on-line!  If you purchase a ticket online you will still need to pick up a ticket from L-01 but there will be a separate line for online ticket sales.  All students are required to show photo ID in order to purchase a ticket/get into the dance.

Requests for volunteers  have begun to roll in for the many Fall festivals held around our area. If you, a group of friends or as a club would like to  volunteer at one of these events, please stop by the activities office to  sign up and review the list of dates and locations.


ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED SEEKING EMPLOYMENT, SKYZONE, A TRAMPOLINE PARK,  IS HAVING A JOB FAIR AT RICHARD MILBURN ACADMENY ON 9/17 FROM 9AM – 2PM. RICHARD MILBURN IS LOCATED AT 1031 MASON AVE. DAYTONA BEACH. MEET THE TEAM, APPLY AND INTERVIEW THAT DAY.  


Seniors:  Senior ad templates and contracts are available now in room 0-22.  Ads are on a first come first serve basis and are limited due to space.  Get yours today!  


The yearbook is now at $85.  Reserve yours today in room 0-22.  

 

 

Tuesday, September 13


Our ‘Tower of Hope” food drive is underway. Don’t forget to bring your nonperishable food items in this week to the collection area in the main atrium.   Let’s show our community how much Hawks care!


Hello SCHS Parents, Volunteers, Faculty and Staff, You are invited to attend the September PAC (Parent Advisory Committee) Meeting tonight at 5:30 pm in the Media Center. With a school the size of Spruce Creek, we are always in need of parent support and volunteers. Join us tonight and learn about the many functions and events that need your help.


All  adult volunteers must have a completed and active form on file with  the county to be a volunteer in our public schools. If you think your application might have expired or you do not have one, please use the link below.
Volunteer Registration

 

Requests for volunteers have begun to roll in for the many Fall festivals held around our area. If you, a group of friends or as a club would like to  volunteer at one of these events, please stop by the activities office to  sign up and review the list of dates and locations.


Congrats to the girls swim team on their win over FPC last night.  1st place finishers included Kaylie and Elisa Manecke, Madison Rizzo, and Olivia Bradley.  The Manecke sisters took 1st place in 5 of the 8 events swam last night.  Great job ladies!  


Congrats to the boys swim team on their win over FPC last night.  1st place finishers included Shea Outlaw, Levi Parsons, Ricky Barnett,  and Hayden Lazo.  A big shout out to Shea Outlaw who started swimming a month ago and won an individual 1st place for the team.  That is no small feat in swimming.


The boys golf team competed in the Titan Invitational on Sunday and Monday. The Hawks defeated four top teams from the state, ending up 7th in the competition. The Hawks were led by junior John Triplett who had a combined two-day score of five over par. Sophomore Andrew Klem and junior Seth Jolly tied for second, and junior Henry Zimmer was third.

 

We love celebrating birthdays with our Hawk family and enjoy the colorful banners displayed along the fences that border our school. Just a reminder, that all banners will be removed on Fridays, so if you have one posted and would like to keep it, make sure that it is removed prior to 6th period on Friday.


ATTENTION STUDENTS, A REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF TULSA WILL BE HERE ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15TH AT 2:45 IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AFTER SCHOOL TO LEARN MORE ABOUT UNIVERSITY OF TULSA.


THE DEADLINE RTEGISTRATION DATE FOR THE OCTOBER 22, 2016 ACT TEST IS THIS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2016.  AFTER THAT DATE YOU WILL BE ASSESSED A LATE FEE TO REGISTER. THIS WEEK DURING LUNCH,TUESDAY-FRIDAY,   MS. JONES AND SOME OF THE GUIDANCE COUNSELORS WILL BE IN O-14 TO ASSIST ANYONE WHO NEEDS HELP WITH REGISTRATION FOR THE TEST.  YOU MUST HAVE A VALID EMAIL ADDRESS AND A FORM OF PAYMENT.  IF YOU ARE A FALL ATHLETE ATTEMPTINGTO GET A SCHOLARSHIP YOU NEED TO TAKE THE TEST ON OCTOBER 22 IN ORDER TO HAVE SCORES AVAILABLE FOR INTERESTED SCHOOLS.  THIS PROCESS TAKES ABOUT 20 MINUTES SO PLAN TO BE THERE FOR AT LEAST THAT AMOUNT OF TIME.


Seniors and any Juniors planning on graduating early:  Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone who is unable to make it to their studio.   You must sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.  There will be an $11 publication fee due at the time of the pictures.  


Underclassmen photos are coming Tuesday, September 27,2016.  All students in grades 9-11 are to be photographed.  You will be allowed to change for your photo but must change back into uniform afterwards.  Photos will be taken in your English class.  If you don’t have an English class, see Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.


Homecoming tickets will go on sale Monday, September 12th to Thursday, September 15th for $15.   They will be available during lunch and after school in Mrs. Bundza’s room L-01.  After Thursday the price will increase to $20.  If you want to skip the line than buy your tickets on-line.  If you plan on bringing a date from another school they must be approved by Ms. Potts before you can buy a ticket.  Do not buy guest tickets on-line!  If you purchase a ticket online you will still need to pick up a ticket from L-01 but there will be a separate line for online ticket sales.  All students are required to show photo ID in order to purchase a ticket/get into the dance.


Anyone planning on participating in the gong show during the homecoming carnival must attend an informational meeting on Tuesday Sept 13th in the auditorium during lunch.


Are you interested in science and friendly competition?  Come join Science Bowl!  There will be an information meeting this Wednesday in Ms. Richards’s room O-37 during lunch.  See you there!


Seniors:  Senior ad templates and contracts are available now in room 0-22.  Ads are on a first come first serve basis and are limited due to space.  Get yours today!  


The yearbook is now at $85.  Reserve yours today in room 0-22.  

 

 

Monday, September 12

Today is the kick off to our “Tower of Hope” food drive in recognition of the 9-11 Day of Service and Remembrance.  Be a part of this inaugural event by bringing in non-perishable food items all week long. Our collection center is located in the main atrium.  Let’s build a tower to benefit our community and those in need. 


Congratulations to the girls cross country varsity team for placing second out of 36 teams at the 44th astronaut invitational! Our leaders were Sam Gayton, Katelyn Chartier, Riley Milam, Cameron Cooney, and Janie Davidson this week!  Congratulations to the girls jv Cross country team for placing 1st out of 40 schools!! Our leaders this week were Sara Mott, and Nicole Samuels!!! All of our runners ran with heart and we are so proud! 


ATTENTION STUDENTS, A REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF TULSA WILL BE HERE ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15TH AT 2:45 IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AFTER SCHOOL TO LEARN MORE ABOUT UNIVERSITY OF TULSA.


THE DEADLINE RTEGISTRATION DATE FOR THE OCTOBER 22, 2016 ACT TEST IS THIS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2016.  AFTER THAT DATE YOU WILL BE ASSESSED A LATE FEE TO REGISTER. THIS WEEK DURING LUNCH,TUESDAY-FRIDAY,   MS. JONES AND SOME OF THE GUIDANCE COUNSELORS WILL BE IN O-14 TO ASSIST ANYONE WHO NEEDS HELP WITH REGISTRATION FOR THE TEST.  YOU MUST HAVE A VALID EMAIL ADDRESS AND A FORM OF PAYMENT.  IF YOU ARE A FALL ATHLETE ATTEMPTINGTO GET A SCHOLARSHIP YOU NEED TO TAKE THE TEST ON OCTOBER 22 IN ORDER TO HAVE SCORES AVAILABLE FOR INTERESTED SCHOOLS.  THIS PROCESS TAKES ABOUT 20 MINUTES SO PLAN TO BE THERE FOR AT LEAST THAT AMOUNT OF TIME.


Seniors and any Juniors planning on graduating early:  Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone who is unable to make it to their studio.   You must sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.  There will be an $11 publication fee due at the time of the pictures.  


Underclassmen photos are coming Tuesday, September 27,2016.  All students in grades 9-11 are to be photographed.  You will be allowed to change for your photo but must change back into uniform afterwards.  Photos will be taken in your English class.  If you don’t have an English class, see Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.


Homecoming tickets will go on sale Monday, September 12th to Thursday, September 15th for $15.   They will be available during lunch and after school in Mrs. Bundza’s room L-01.  After Thursday the price will increase to $20.  If you want to skip the line than buy your tickets on-line.  If you plan on bringing a date from another school they must be approved by Ms. Potts before you can buy a ticket.  Do not buy guest tickets on-line!  If you purchase a ticket online you will still need to pick up a ticket from L-01 but there will be a separate line for online ticket sales.  All students are required to show photo ID in order to purchase a ticket/get into the dance.


Requests for volunteers  have begun to roll in for the many Fall festivals held around our area. If you, a group of friends or as a club would like to  volunteer at one of these events, please stop by the activities office to  sign up and review the list of dates and locations.


All students interested in joining HOSA can begin paying their dues on Monday, September 12. Dues are $35, and the club will be limited to 75 members. Dues can be paid at lunch in Mr. Swebilius’s room, O-42, on Monday, and Wednesday through Friday. These will be the only times available, and first come, first served. Don’t get left out!


Anyone planning on participating in the gong show during the homecoming carnival must attend an informational meeting on Tuesday Sept 13th in the auditorium during lunch.


Good Morning Hawks! The time has finally arrived! Project 396 meets today during lunch in O-20! Everyone who turned in their registration form and any other interested Hawk are welcome to attend! Hope to see you there! It's a great day to be a Hawk!   Thank you.


Do you love Chipotle? Of course you do! Come out and support your school chapter of HOSA on Monday night, September 12 from 5-9 at the Chipotle on Dunlawton next to Target. 50% of all sales will go to the HOSA club if you tell your cashier that you’re supporting our club. See you there!


Seniors:  Senior ad templates and contracts are available now in room 0-22.  Ads are on a first come first serve basis and are limited due to space.  Get yours today!  


The yearbook is now at $85.  Reserve yours today in room 0-22.  

 

 
Friday, September 9

The Lady hawk's golf team improved to 3-1 on the season last night with a 183-187 victory over rival New Smyrna Beach. Leading the Hawks were Amica L. and Mary Smith.

In 2009, September 11th was designated The September 11th national Day of Service and Remembrance.  The day is a tribute to honor the sacrifices of those who were lost and honor to those who rose in service in response to the tragedy.   The Spruce Creek family would like to embrace the spirit of unity and compassion by starting an annual tradition. Help us create our inaugural “Tower of Hope”. Starting Monday, please bring in can goods to construct a tower  in the main atrium. We will collect can goods all week long and then distribute to food banks in our area. The goal is at this time each year,  to build a bigger structure than the year before.  Get your club and athletic team involved and let’s create a legacy for our community and those in need. 

Attention Juniors.  The application for Tomorrow’s Leaders is due to your guidance counselor today,  September 9.  Please make sure your application is typed and signed by your parent.  No late applications will be accepted. 

Homecoming Dance guest forms are now available in the main office.  All guests must be approved before buying the guest ticket. Guest must be between 14 and 20 years of age and the guest must be a current High school, College or University student.  No middle school students will be admitted.  Please attach a photocopy of the guest’s school ID and Driver’s License to the form and turn in to Mrs. Potts in the Main Office.  All forms are due by Sept. 21.

Seniors and any Juniors planning on graduating early:  Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone who is unable to make it to their studio.   You must sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.  There will be an $11 publication fee due at the time of the pictures.  

Underclassmen photos are coming Tuesday, September 27,2016.  All students in grades 9-11 are to be photographed.  You will be allowed to change for your photo but must change back into uniform afterwards.  Photos will be taken in your English class.  If you don’t have an English class, see Coach Mowrey in room 0-22

ATTENTION STUDENTS LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEER HOURS.  A WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY HAS BEEN OFFERED OUR SPRUCE CREEK STUDENTS TO VOLUNTEER WITH HOPE REINS THROUGH MARCODY HORSE RANCH.  NO EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY AND TRAINING TO BE A VOLUNTEER BEGINS ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, FROM 5-7 PM AT THE RANCH, IT IS LOCATED AT 3804 PIONEER TRAIL IN NSB.  PLEASE STOP BY GUIDANCE FOR MORE INFORMATION.

Those interesting in participating in the Gong Show during Homecoming carnival need to turn in their completed application to the auditorium by this Friday Sept 9th.  Applications are still available from Mrs. Rocco in the activities office and Mrs. Cicciarelli in the auditorium.

It's fun to play at the YMCA! Project 396 registration applications are due by Friday, September 9th! Please return your applications to Mrs. Jones in O-20. Also, the first meeting is scheduled for Monday, September 12th, during lunch, in O-20. Thank you and hope to see you there! It's a great day to be a Hawk!

Attention German Club! Our meeting has been moved to today, September 9th at lunch. Come to sign up for the Homecoming Carnival and help design the booth. Don't forget to pay your dues! They are $10.

All students interested in joining HOSA can begin paying their dues on Monday, September 12. Dues are $35, and the club will be limited to 75 members. Dues can be paid at lunch in Mr. Swebilius’s room, O-42, on Monday, and Wednesday through Friday. These will be the only times available, and first come, first served. Don’t get left out!

Do you love Chipotle? Of course you do! Come out and support your school chapter of HOSA on Monday night, September 12 from 5-9 at the Chipotle on Dunlawton next to Target. 50% of all sales will go to the HOSA club if you tell your cashier that you’re supporting our club. See you there!

Seniors:  Senior ad templates and contracts are available now in room 0-22.  Ads are on a first come first serve basis and are limited due to space.  Get yours today!    The yearbook is now at $85.  Reserve yours today in room 0-22.  

ATTENTION STUDENTS, A REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF TULSA WILL BE HERE ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15TH AT 2:45 IN THE MAIN ATRIUM.  PLEASE STOP BY AFTER SCHOOL TO LEARN MORE ABOUT UNIVERSITY OF TULSA.

Seniors and any Juniors planning on graduating early:  Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone

 

Thursday, September 8

Sunday our country will commemorate the 15th anniversary of the  9-11 attacks. We would like to honor the victims of this tragic time in our history with a day of remembrance this Friday, September 9th.     Students you are welcome to wear Red, White and Blue apparel on Friday.  Patriotic  T-shirts and appropriate length bottoms  are permitted.   Let’s fill the halls with waves of stars and stripes. 

Freshmen Class of 2020- here are your Student Government Results: President-Delayna Gillard, Vice President-Renee Sanders, Secretary-Alex Lorenz, Treasurer-Raymond Maldonado, Representatives-Alisha Alfridi, Ramsha Ahmed, Mathew Conlan, Bowan Conlan, Lexi Katwica, Mina Kim, Cat Nguyen, Isabella Polisoc, Noah Proctor, Ryan Wiener, and Ivy Wyman. Your first board meeting will be next Monday during lunch in Ms. Alexander’s room, M-17. Congratulations!

Congratulations to the lady Hawks varsity volleyball team for their win against Apopka improving their record to 3-0.

Congratulations to the girl’s golf team their victory last night over Flagler Palm Coast.  The Lady Hawks improved to 2-1 with a 203-206 victory behind the play of Ally Sabatelli and Sarah Brooks.

The boy’s golf team defeated Astronaut High School yesterday afternoon. Sophomore Andrew Klem led the way for the Hawks with a score of two over par. Junior Seth Jolly was second, and sophomores Connor Wolfe and Artis Lertkitcharoenpon tied for third.

Homecoming Dance guest forms are now available in the main office.  All guests must be approved before buying the guest ticket. Guest must be between 14 and 20 years of age and the guest must be a current High school, College or University student.  No middle school students will be admitted.  Please attach a photocopy of the guest’s school ID and Driver’s License to the form and turn in to Mrs. Potts in the Main Office.  All forms are due by Sept. 21.

Attention juniors.  The application for Tomorrow’s Leaders is due to your guidance counselor Friday, September 9.  Please make sure your application is typed and signed by your parent.  No late applications will be accepted. 

CSALT – Creek Student Ambassadors and Leadership Team, will hold our first official meeting today during lunch in the weight room. Sorry freshmen, this club is for upperclassmen only.   We will collect dues, discuss homecoming and the Pep Rally events. Don’t be late!

ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR THE GIRLS SOCCER TEAM. THERE WILL BE A MEETING THIS THURSDAY AFTER SCHOOL FROM 3-3:30 IN ROOM C8. TRYOUTS WILL BE DISCUSSED AND PAPERWORK WILL BE DISTRIBUTED. PLEASE BE ON TIME

Whether you are a member of the LGBT community or simply someone who believes in equality, please join us for the first Gay-Straight Alliance meeting today at lunch in B-11, Mrs. Budde’s room.  We need your help planning the GSA booth for Carnival!

Ever wanted to make a difference?  Take action now to make a global impact, empowering others to start their own business!  Join Kiva (Kee-vah) Club for our first meeting on Thursday, September 8th at lunchtime in room D-2.  See you Thursday!

Those interesting in participating in the Gong Show during Homecoming carnival need to turn in their completed application to the auditorium by this Friday Sept 9th.  Applications are still available from Mrs. Rocco in the activities office and Mrs. Cicciarelli in the auditorium.

It's fun to play at the YMCA! Project 396 registration applications are due by Friday, September 9th! Please return your applications to Mrs. Jones in O-20. Also, the first meeting is scheduled for Monday, September 12th, during lunch, in O-20. Thank you and hope to see you there!

German Club! Our meeting has been moved to this Friday, September 9th at lunch. Come to sign up for the Homecoming Carnival and help design the booth.

Class of 2018 T-shirts are still for sale in room C14 for only 7 dollars.  Come by anytime.

Seniors and any Juniors planning on graduating early:  Dean Stewart Photography will be coming to Spruce Creek November 10, 2016 to take senior photos for anyone who is unable to make it to their studio.   You must sign up with Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.  There will be an $11 publication fee due at the time of the pictures.  

Underclassmen photos are coming Tuesday, September 27, 2016.  All students in grades 9-11 are to be photographed.  You will be allowed to change for your photo but must change back into uniform afterwards.  Photos will be taken in your English class.  If you don’t have an English class, see Coach Mowrey in room 0-22.

 

Seniors:  Senior ad templates and contracts are available now in room 0-22.  Ads are on a first come first serve basis and are limited due to space.  Get yours today!   The yearbook is now at $85.  Reserve yours today in room 0-22.  

 And finally,      
In 2009, September 11th was designated  The September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance.  The day is a tribute to honor the sacrifices of those who were lost and honor to those who rose in service in response to the tragedy.   The Spruce Creek family would like to embrace the spirit of unity and compassion by starting  an annual tradition. Help us create our inaugural “Tower of Hope”. Beginning Monday, please bring in can goods to construct a tower  in the main atrium. We will collect can goods all week long and then distribute to food banks in our area. The forward thinking goal is at this time each year, to build a bigger structure than the year before.  Get your club and athletic team involved and let’s create a legacy for our community and those in need. 

Well that’s the news for today. If you missed any of the information on this morning’s announcements, please visit the school website. You will also find them posted on various bulletin boards around campus.
Remember……Today as every day……Is a great day…to be a HAWK!

 

Wednesday, September 7

Sunday our country will commemorate  the 15th anniversary of the  9-11 attacks. We would like to honor the victims of this tragic time in our history with a day of remembrance  this Friday, September 9th.     Students you are welcome to wear Red, White and Blue apparel on Friday.  Patriotic  T-shirts and appropriate length bottoms  are permitted.   Let’s fill the halls with waves of  stars and stripes. 

Homecoming Dance guest forms are now available in the main office.  All guests must be approved before buying the guest ticket. Guest must be between 14 and 20 years of age and the guest must be a current High school, College or University student.  No middle school students will be admitted.  Please attach a photocopy of the guest’s school ID and Driver’s License to the form and turn in to Mrs. Potts in the Main Office.  All forms are due by Sept. 21.

Tomorrow’s Leaders applications are now available for all interested juniors.  This program was developed by the Futures Foundation as a leadership training through structured activities and events.  Participants meet and interact with community leaders who share thoughts, concerns and hopes about current issues and other factors impacting the future of Volusia County.  Interested juniors can locate the application on the school website at sprucecreekhigh.com or contact their counselor for more information. All applications must be completed, signed and returned to your counselor by Friday, September 9th.

ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR  THE GIRLS SOCCER TEAM. THERE WILL BE A MEETING THIS THURSDAY AFTER SCHOOL FROM 3-3:30 IN ROOM C8. TRYOUTS WILL BE DISCUSSED AND PAPERWORK WILL BE DISTRIBUTED. PLEASE BE ON TIME

Are you interested in creating a unified hawk campus?  Then come by the Perfect Pals table at Open House in the Atrium.  Sign up to receive more information in order to become more informed about your differently abled peers.  Our first meeting will be Wednesday, September 7th and then on the first and third Wednesdays of each month in M-26.  Hope to see you there.

Theatre Club Members interested in participating in The Enchanted Forest need to report to the auditorium on Wednesday Sept 7th during lunch.  

Whether you are a member of the LGBT community or simply someone who believes in equality, please join us for the first Gay-Straight Alliance meeting tomorrow at lunch in B-11, Mrs. Budde’s room.  We need your help planning the GSA booth for Carnival!

Ever wanted to make a difference?  Take action now to make a global impact, empowering others to start their own business!  Join Kiva (Kee-vah) Club for our first meeting on Thursday, September 8th at lunchtime in room D-2.  See you Thursday!

Those interesting in participating in the Gong Show during Homecoming carnival need to turn in their completed application to the auditorium by this Friday Sept 9th.  Applications are still available from Mrs. Rocco in the activities office and Mrs. Cicciarelli in the auditorium.

FCCLA MEMBERS...special meeting...need to vote for officers today...Wednesday at 10:45... room D12.  It is early release day, so be with us at 10:45, room D12 and vote for our officers. 

It's fun to play at the YMCA! Project 396 registration applications are due by Friday, September 9th! Please return your applications to Mrs. Jones in O-20. Also, the first meeting is scheduled for Monday, September 12th, during lunch, in O-20. Thank you and hope to see you there! It's a great day to be a Hawk!

 

Tuesday, September 6

CLUB EXPO AND OPEN HOUSE TONIGHT STARTING AT 6PM

 

Homecoming Dance guest forms are now available in the main office.  All guests must be approved before buying the guest ticket. Guest must be between 14 and 20 years of age and the guest must be a current High school, College or University student.  No middle school students will be admitted.  Please attach a photocopy of the guest’s school ID and Driver’s License to the form and turn in to Mrs. Potts in the Main Office.  All forms are due by Sept. 21.

Tomorrow’s Leaders applications are now available for all interested juniors.  This program was developed by the Futures Foundation as a leadership training through structured activities and events.  Participants meet and interact with community leaders who share thoughts, concerns and hopes about current issues and other factors impacting the future of Volusia County.  Interested juniors can locate the application on the school website at sprucecreekhigh.com or contact their counselor for more information. All applications must be completed, signed and returned to your counselor by Friday, September 9th.

ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR  THE GIRLS SOCCER TEAM. THERE WILL BE A MEETING THIS THURSDAY AFTER SCHOOL FROM 3-3:30 IN ROOM C8. TRYOUTS WILL BE DISCUSSED AND PAPERWORK WILL BE DISTRIBUTED. PLEASE BE ON TIME

Are you interested in creating a unified hawk campus?  Then come by the Perfect Pals table at Open House in the Atrium.  Sign up to receive more information in order to become more informed about your differently abled peers.  Our first meeting will be Wednesday, September 7th and then on the first and third Wednesdays of each month in M-26.  Hope to see you there.

Theatre Club Members interested in participating in The Enchanted Forest need to report to the auditorium on Wednesday Sept 7th during lunch.  

ATTENTION STUDENTS: PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND THE FIRST MEETING OF THE RED CROSS CLUB TODAY DURING LUNCH IN ROOM O33. MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT THIS EVENING’S CLUB EXPO, SO BE SURE TO FIND OUR TABLE IN THE ATRIUM!

Ever wanted to make a difference?  Take action now to make a global impact, empowering others to start their own business!  Join Kiva (Kee-vah) Club for our first meeting on Thursday, September 8th at lunchtime in room D-2.  See you Thursday!

 
 
Thursday, September 1

All activities after school today are cancelled. This includes our Club Expo and Open House as well as all Athletics, club meetings and band rehearsal.  

 

Congratulations to the Ladies JV volleyball team for improving their record to 3-0 last night with a 2 set to none victory over Seabreeze. 

Congratulations to the varsity volleyball team for their win against Seabreeze.  A big thank you to all of our fans.   Let's see if we can top our numbers for the bright house game of the week on Sept 21st against Lake Mary.   That will be black out night.  Show your support!!!!  Go lady Hawks!

The grace period for parking decals has expired.  Vehicles without a valid parking permit are subject to be towed at the owner’s expense. If you have a parking decal it must be visible from the front windshield of the vehicle. Parking  Permits are available in the 9th grade office.   If you have any questions, see Mrs. Bass.

ATTENTION STUDENTS, DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE FALL SESSION AT SPRUCE CREEK ARE FULL.  THERE ARE ONLY A FEW OPENINGS LEFT OTHER AREA HIGH SCHOOLS.  IF YOU ARE STILL INTERESTED IN COMPLETING DRIVERS ED THIS FALL, YOU NEED TO SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN GUIDANCE ASAP.  

Homecoming Dance guest forms are now available in the main office.  All guests must be approved before buying the guest ticket. Guest must be between 14 and 20 years of age and the guest must be a current High school, College or University student.  No middle school students will be admitted.  Please attach a photocopy of the guest’s school ID and Driver’s License to the form and turn in to Mrs. Potts in the Main Office.  All forms are due by Sept. 21.

Attention Sophomores and Juniors! PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 19th to all sophomores for free and any Juniors who registers.  This test qualifies juniors for the national merit scholarship. Interested juniors need to register online through the school website or see Mrs. Copp in the IB office before school, during lunch or after school. The cost for juniors is 15.00. You can pay online with a credit card, but if you pay on campus you must have EXACT change or a check.  All juniors must register by Friday, September 2nd.  Sophomores will be registered through the school at no cost. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Cappiello or your school counselor. 

Tomorrow’s Leaders applications are now available for all interested juniors.  This program was developed by the Futures Foundation as a leadership training through structured activities and events.  Participants meet and interact with community leaders who share thoughts, concerns and hopes about current issues and other factors impacting the future of Volusia County.  Interested juniors can locate the application on the school website at sprucecreekhigh.com or contact their counselor for more information. All applications must be completed, signed and returned to your counselor by Friday, September 9th.

It would be awesome to have you and your friends participate in the Savanna and David Mohney 5k race and tribute walk this Sat morning! This is a great way to honor their memory and support the Mohney family! Please register today at RaceIT.com. The team or club with the most participants will win a pizza party next week! If you need more info or would like to help in some way then text Coach Scott at (386) 986-8434! Again Coach Scott's number is (386) 986-8434. Reserve your spot today at RaceIT.com!

Do you wish to better understand the international world?  Come to the Model United Nations informational meeting on, today at lunch, in room O-16.  Bring your lunch, eat our snacks, and learn how you can be part of the legacy of spirited debate and friendship that is the Model United Nations.
FCA, our Christian Club on campus, will meet every Thursday during lunch starting this week in L-1 ! Please make plans to join this group of students who care about you! Come enjoy food, fun and discussion about faith this Thursday in L-1 !

ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB IS RECRUITING NEW MEMBERS. PLAN TO ATTEND OUR FIRST OFFICIAL MEETING ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH IN MR. GUFFORD’S ROOM (O33) DURING LUNCH. CLUB DUES ARE $15 (PAYMENTS MUST BE MADE ONLINE), AND THIS FEE INCLUDES YOUR CLUB SHIRT FOR THE YEAR.  

Attention HOSA members: there will be a short meeting  at lunch today in O-42, Mr. Swebilius’ room, to hear a short speech from each presidential candidate. Following the speeches, a vote will be held to determine who will lead us this year. Show up and make your voice heard!

Come join “Days for Girls”, a new international club that aims to help girls who are less fortunate than we are! Meetings are held twice a month, on Mondays after school in the media center. For more information please Contact Mrs. Chance in the guidance office.

Join American Heart Association! You can earn CPR certification, do mock physical examinations, learn about heart health and conditions, practice simple procedures and measurements, visit hospitals, bring in guest speakers, raise money for poor hospitals around the world, and more! By being a part of the club, you will feel like a true cardiologist! If you are into medicine, then this is the club for you! The first meeting will be held in room C-01 (Mrs. Farrell’s room) at lunch on Friday, September 2nd.

Are you interested in creating a unified hawk campus?  Become more informed about your differently abled peers.  Our first meeting will be Wednesday, September 7th and then on the first and third Wednesdays of each month in M-26.  Hope to see you there.

Speech and Debate team meets on Wednesday and Friday in room O-19  during lunch.

 

 
Wednesday, August 31

Congratulations to our 3 Teacher of the Year nominees for Spruce Creek High School! They are--Mr. John Dupuis, Mrs. Kelli Bundza, and Mr. Patrick Gufford.

Congratulations to the Girls Bowling team for winning their first match of the season against Mainland. Bowling strong performances by Eli Deranger, Christina Bennett, Allison Senne and Robyn Andrews enabled the team to surpass the Bucs in the 10th frame of the 3rd  and final game to pull out the win with a 5-2 score. Bowling high game was Robyn Andrews with a score of 170. On the Boys side, Robbie Onusko bowled a game high of 222 in their loss against the Bucs.

Congrats to the Men's Swim Team on their win against Matansas last night.  1st place finishers included Jake Rice, Hayden Lazo, Levi Parsons and Hayden Savage.  Also, a big shout out to freshmen Jack Ramshaw who placed 2nd in both of his events in his first high school meet. Great job guys!

Congrats to the Women's Swim Team on their win against Mantansas last night.  1st place finishers included Madison Rizzo, Olivia Bradley, Kaylie Manekce, Mia Davison, Annie Gavilanes, and Shay Scanlon.  A big shout out to freshmen Autumn Cook who placed 2nd in both of her events in her first high school meet. Great job ladies!

The boys golf team defeated Seabreeze High School yesterday afternoon. Junior Thomas Burns and Sophomore Andrew Klem led the way for the Hawks with scores of even par. Juniors John Triplett and Seth Jolly were second and third.

The grace period for parking decals has expired.  Vehicles without a valid parking permit are subject to be towed at the owner’s expense. If you have a parking decal it must be visible from the front windshield of the vehicle. Parking  Permits are available in the 9th grade office.   If you have any questions, see Mrs. Bass.

ATTENTION STUDENTS, DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE FALL SESSION AT SPRUCE CREEK ARE FULL.  THERE ARE ONLY A FEW OPENINGS LEFT OTHER AREA HIGH SCHOOLS.  IF YOU ARE STILL INTERESTED IN COMPLETING DRIVERS ED THIS FALL, YOU NEED TO SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN GUIDANCE ASAP.  

Homecoming Dance guest forms are now available in the main office.  All guests must be approved before buying the guest ticket. Guest must be between 14 and 20 years of age and the guest must be a current High school, College or University student.  No middle school students will be admitted.  Please attach a photocopy of the guest’s school ID and Driver’s License to the form and turn in to Mrs. Potts in the Main Office.  All forms are due by Sept. 21.

Attention Sophomores and Juniors! PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 19th to all sophomores for free and any Juniors who registers.  This test qualifies juniors for the national merit scholarship. Interested juniors need to register online through the school website or see Mrs. Copp in the IB office before school, during lunch or after school. The cost for juniors is 15.00. You can pay online with a credit card, but if you pay on campus you must have EXACT change or a check.  All juniors must register by Friday, September 2nd.  Sophomores will be registered through the school at no cost. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Cappiello or your school counselor. 

Tomorrow’s Leaders applications are now available for all interested juniors.  This program was developed by the Futures Foundation as a leadership training through structured activities and events.  Participants meet and interact with community leaders who share thoughts, concerns and hopes about current issues and other factors impacting the future of Volusia County.  Interested juniors can locate the application on the school website at sprucecreekhigh.com or contact their counselor for more information. All applications must be completed, signed and returned to your counselor by Friday, September 9th.

The 2nd Annual Savanna 5K community race and tribute walk  is this Saturday at the Spruce Creek track.  The race starts at 8:15, and students can register online at www.raceit.com.  Use the promo code “SCCLUB” for $10 off registration.  Savanna was a beloved student and cross country runner at Spruce Creek.  Race proceeds will benefit cross country and the local domestic violence assistance group.

Come out and support the lady hawks volleyball teams on Wednesday evening for their rival matches against Seabreeze.  Match times are at 5 and 6 p.m.   Wear Orange and White for the match and look for giveaways during the match.   Tomorrow morning and Wednesday morning the players will have shirts to give away again.  There are a limited number for look for the ladies in their volleyball warmups and answer this question to get a shirt:  Who was the former university of Florida volleyball standout who played on the bronze medal women’s indoor volleyball team?  See you at the game!

ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR GIRLS SOCCER. THERE WILL BE A MANDATORY MEETING FROM 3-3:30 ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST IN ROOM C8. TRYOUTS INFORMATION WILL BE DISCUSSED AND PAPERWORK WILL BE DISTRIBUTED. PLEASE BE ON TIME. 

It would be awesome to have you and your friends participate in the Savanna and David Mohney 5k race and tribute walk this Sat morning! This is a great way to honor their memory and support the Mohney family! Please register today at RaceIT.com. The team or club with the most participants will win a pizza party next week! If you need more info or would like to help in some way then text Coach Scott at (386) 986-8434! Again Coach Scott's number is (386) 986-8434. Reserve your spot today at RaceIT.com!

There will be a brief meeting in the gym today for anybody would like information about Boys Basketball. See Coach Joe if you can’t make it or need more information. Thanks

Do you wish to better understand the international world?  Come to the Model United Nations informational meeting tomorrow, Thursday, September 1st, at lunch, in room O-16.  

FCA, our Christian Club on campus, will meet every Thursday during lunch starting this week in L-1 ! Please make plans to join this group of students who care about you! Come enjoy food, fun and discussion about faith this Thursday in L-1 !

ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB WILL BE RECRUITING NEW MEMBERS THIS THURSDAY AT OUR CLUB EXPO BEFORE OPEN HOUSE FROM 6-7 PM.  PLEASE FIND OUR TABLE IN THE ATRIUM, AND PLAN TO ATTEND OUR FIRST OFFICIAL MEETING ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH IN MR. GUFFORD’S ROOM (O33) DURING LUNCH. CLUB DUES ARE $15 (PAYMENTS MUST BE MADE ONLINE), AND THIS FEE INCLUDES YOUR CLUB SHIRT FOR THE YEAR.  

The first Art Club meeting will be held this Thursday at lunch in Mr. Moskola's room L-33. Anyone who is interested in art is invited to attend. You don't need to be in an art class to join this club. 

Attention HOSA members: there will be a short meeting  at lunch on Thursday, September 1st in O-42, Mr. Swebilius’ room, to hear a short speech from each presidential candidate. Following the speeches, a vote will be held to determine who will lead us this year. Show up and make your voice heard!

Come join “Days for Girls”, a new international club that aims to help girls who are less fortunate than we are! Meetings are held twice a month, on Mondays after school in the media center. For more information please Contact Mrs. Chance in the guidance office.

Join American Heart Association! You can earn CPR certification, do mock physical examinations, learn about heart health and conditions, practice simple procedures and measurements, visit hospitals, bring in guest speakers, raise money for poor hospitals around the world, and more! By being a part of the club, you will feel like a true cardiologist! If you are into medicine, then this is the club for you! The first meeting will be held in room C-01 (Mrs. Farrell’s room) at lunch on Friday, September 2nd.

THERE WILL BE A CREEK CRAZIE MEETING IN THE GYM DURING LUNCH TODAY.  PLEASE ATTEND IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BECOMING A CREEK CRAZIE!

Every day after school, the Papillon Dance Ensemble will be selling Strawberry Delites in the atrium for $1.00.  You can also buy this tasty treat at the Club Expo on Thursday!

 

 

Tuesday, August 30

The grace period for parking decals has expired.  Vehicles without a valid parking permit are subject to be towed at the owner’s expense. If you have a parking decal it must be visible from the front windshield of the vehicle. Parking  Permits are available in the 9th grade office.   If you have any questions, see Mrs. Bass.

ATTENTION STUDENTS, DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES FOR THE FALL SESSION AT SPRUCE CREEK ARE FULL.  THERE ARE ONLY A FEW OPENINGS LEFT OTHER AREA HIGH SCHOOLS.  IF YOU ARE STILL INTERESTED IN COMPLETING DRIVERS ED THIS FALL, YOU NEED TO SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN GUIDANCE ASAP.  

Homecoming Dance guest forms are now available in the main office.  All guests must be approved before buying the guest ticket. Guest must be between 14 and 20 years of age and the guest must be a current High school, College or University student.  No middle school students will be admitted.  Please attach a photocopy of the guest’s school ID and Driver’s License to the form and turn in to Mrs. Potts in the Main Office.  All forms are due by Sept. 21.

Attention Sophomores and Juniors! PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 19th to all sophomores for free and any Juniors who registers.  This test qualifies juniors for the national merit scholarship. Interested juniors need to register online through the school website or see Mrs. Copp in the IB office before school, during lunch or after school. The cost for juniors is 15.00. You can pay online with a credit card, but if you pay on campus you must have EXACT change or a check.  All juniors must register by Friday, September 2nd.  Sophomores will be registered through the school at no cost. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Cappiello or your school counselor. 

Tomorrow’s Leaders applications are now available for all interested juniors.  This program was developed by the Futures Foundation as a leadership training through structured activities and events.  Participants meet and interact with community leaders who share thoughts, concerns and hopes about current issues and other factors impacting the future of Volusia County.  Interested juniors can locate the application on the school website at sprucecreekhigh.com or contact their counselor for more information. All applications must be completed, signed and returned to your counselor by Friday, September 9th.

Come out and support the lady hawks volleyball teams on Wednesday evening for their rival matches against Seabreeze.  Match times are at 5 and 6 p.m.   Wear Orange and White for the match and look for giveaways during the match.   Tomorrow morning and Wednesday morning the players will have shirts to give away again.  There are a limited number for look for the ladies in their volleyball warmups and answer this question to get a shirt:  Who was the former university of Florida volleyball standout who played on the bronze medal women’s indoor volleyball team?  See you at the game!

ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR GIRLS SOCCER. THERE WILL BE A MANDATORY MEETING FROM 3-3:30 ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST IN ROOM C8. TRYOUTS INFORMATION WILL BE DISCUSSED AND PAPERWORK WILL BE DISTRIBUTED. PLEASE BE ON TIME. 

There will be a brief meeting in the gym on Wednesday for anybody would like information about Boys Basketball. See Coach Joe if you can’t make it or need more information. Thanks

The Papillon (pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble is pleased to announce Fall auditions today at 3 pm in the dance studio (K-40).  Audition packets are in the activity office and the dance studio.  Packets may be brought to the audition.  See Miss Brooke for details.

Do you wish to better understand the international world?  Come to the Model United Nations informational meeting on Thursday, September 1st, at lunch, in room O-16.  

The Young Republican will have its first meeting on Tuesday, August 30 at lunch.   Help Make Spruce Creek Great Again. Join the train with us in C09 Tuesday at lunch, August 30th. 

Anyone interested in joining the Video Game Club should attend the first meeting on Tuesday August 30th during lunch in room B-15. 

Are you interested in Cyber Security? Please join us Tuesday after school in room B-15 for the first Cyber Patriot meeting of the year.

Creek Geek Club is starting again! We meet every Tuesday in Mr. Hammond’s Room L-28 everyone is welcome whether your passion is Comic Books, Novels , Anime , or Video Gaming-- Creek Geek Club is a place where all hawks are welcome to share their interests and find people who do the same! Join us for everything from Pokémon hunting to intense rounds of ultimate nerd trivia Dues are only $10 so stop by this Tuesday August 30th to experience the magic first-hand.

FCA, our Christian Club on campus, will meet every Thursday during lunch starting this week in L-1 ! Please make plans to join this group of students who care about you! Come enjoy food, fun and discussion about faith this Thursday in L-1 !

ATTENTION STUDENTS: THE RED CROSS CLUB WILL BE RECRUITING NEW MEMBERS THIS THURSDAY AT OUR CLUB EXPO BEFORE OPEN HOUSE FROM 6-7 PM.  PLEASE FIND OUR TABLE IN THE ATRIUM, AND PLAN TO ATTEND OUR FIRST OFFICIAL MEETING ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH IN MR. GUFFORD’S ROOM (O33) DURING LUNCH. CLUB DUES ARE $15 (PAYMENTS MUST BE MADE ONLINE), AND THIS FEE INCLUDES YOUR CLUB SHIRT FOR THE YEAR.  

The first Art Club meeting will be held this Thursday at lunch in Mr. Moskola's room L-33. Anyone who is interested in art is invited to attend. You don't need to be in an art class to join this club. 

Attention HOSA members: there will be a short meeting  at lunch on Thursday, September 1st in O-42, Mr. Swebilius’ room, to hear a short speech from each presidential candidate. Following the speeches, a vote will be held to determine who will lead us this year. Show up and make your voice heard!

Every day after school, the Papillon Dance Ensemble will be selling Strawberry Delites in the atrium for $1.00.  You can also buy this tasty treat at the Club Expo on Thursday!

 

 

Monday, August 29

Congratulations to Jasmine Fisher for winning a silver medal at the state Stand Up Paddle Board Competition! 

The boys golf team came in third on Saturday at the Hawks Invitational. The Hawks were led by junior Seth Jolly, who shot a five-over-par 77.

Girls cross country team step it up big and placed 2nd behind defending state champs and #1 Winter Park ! at the Deland Invitational  this past weekend the girls were led by  freshman Samantha Gayton  and sophomore Caitlyn Chartier the girls are now ranked 5th in the state cross country computer polls  

Homecoming Dance guest forms are now available in the main office.  All guests must be approved before buying the guest ticket. Guest must be between 14 and 20 years of age and the guest must be a current High school, College or University student.  No middle school students will be admitted.  Please attach a photocopy of the guest’s school ID and Driver’s License to the form and turn in to Mrs. Potts in the Main Office.  All forms are due by Sept. 21.

Attention Sophomores and Juniors! PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 19th to all sophomores for free and any Juniors who registers.  This test qualifies juniors for the national merit scholarship. Interested juniors need to register online through the school website or see Mrs. Copp in the IB office before school, during lunch or after school. The cost for juniors is 15.00. You can pay online with a credit card, but if you pay on campus you must have EXACT change or a check.  All juniors must register by Friday, September 2nd.  Sophomores will be registered through the school at no cost. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Cappiello or your school counselor. 

Tomorrow’s Leaders applications are now available for all interested juniors.  This program was developed by the Futures Foundation as a leadership training through structured activities and events.  Participants meet and interact with community leaders who share thoughts, concerns and hopes about current issues and other factors impacting the future of Volusia County.  Interested juniors can locate the application on the school website at sprucecreekhigh.com or contact their counselor for more information. All applications must be completed, signed and returned to your counselor by Friday, September 9th.

Are you a problem solver?  Want to solve a real world challenge specific to Volusia County?  Interested in winning a $100 grand prize?  Register your team for STEM Solutions by Students.  Get a flier from your science teacher or find out more information at www. volusiastem. org.      

ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR GIRLS SOCCER. THERE WILL BE A MANDATORY MEETING FROM 3-3:30 ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST IN ROOM C8. TRYOUTS INFORMATION WILL BE DISCUSSED AND PAPERWORK WILL BE DISTRIBUTED. PLEASE BE ON TIME. 

Any club interested in participating in Field night or Carnival during Homecoming week must send a representative to attend an informational meeting today in L-01 during lunch.  

The Papillon (pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble is pleased to announce Fall auditions on Tuesday, August 30th at 3 pm in the dance studio (K-40).  Audition packets are in the activity office and the dance studio.  Packets may be brought to the audition.  See Miss Brooke for details.

 

Are you interested in personal growth, leadership development, and career preparation? Tuesday, August 30th in room D 12 at lunch time.  The Family, Career, Community, Leaders of America will be hosting their first informational meeting. Come join our “Wild, Wild, West Day, and Rope Your Way into FCCLA” party. Bring your friends. Refreshments will be served.

Do you wish to better understand the international world?  Come to the Model United Nations informational meeting on Thursday, September 1st, at lunch, in room O-16.  Bring your lunch, eat our snacks, and learn how you can be part of the legacy of spirited debate and friendship that is the Model United Nations.

The Young Republican will have its first meeting on Tuesday, August 30 at lunch.   Help Make Spruce Creek Great Again. Join the train with us in C09 Tuesday at lunch, August 30th. 

Attention juniors:  Your Class of 2018 T-shirts are currently on sale for 7 dollars at time in room C14 or Portable 15.

Anyone interested in joining the Video Game Club should attend the first meeting on Tuesday August 30th during lunch in room B-15. 

Are you interested in Cyber Security? Please join us Tuesday after school in room B-15 for the first Cyber Patriot meeting of the year.

Creek Geek Club is starting again! We meet every Tuesday in Mr. Hammond’s Room L-28 everyone is welcome whether your passion is Comic Books, Novels , Anime , or Video Gaming-Creek Geek Club is a place where all hawks are welcome to share their interests and find people who do the same! Join us for everything from Pokémon hunting to intense rounds of ultimate nerd trivia Dues are only $10 so stop by this Tuesday August 30th to experience the magic first-hand.

FCA, our Christian Club on campus, will meet every Thursday during lunch starting this week in L-1 ! Please make plans to join this group of students who care about you! Come enjoy food, fun and discussion about faith this Thursday in L-1 !

Today is the day! If you are interested in joining a great club that includes camping trips, paint balling, ice skating, community service, team building, other fun activities and a Y membership, then Project 396 is for you! Oh yeah, one more incentive- EVERYTHING is free! Yes! You heard right-EVERYTHING is free! Please join us for a free pizza lunch in O-20 to learn more about this great club that is sponsored by the YMCA! Hope to see you today! It's a great day to be a Hawk!

 

 
 
Friday, August 26

The boys golf team defeated Astronaut High School Wednesday. Sophomore Andrew Klem was the Medalist with a score of 76. Juniors Seth Jolly, John Triplett and Henry Zimmer finished 2nd, 3rd and 4th.

The Lady Hawks Golf Team  fell short against the defending state champions from Lake Mary last night 149-165.  Amica Lertkitcharoenpon and Ally Sabatelli each shot a 37 to lead the Lady Hawks.  

Congratulations to the lady hawks volleyball team for their wins against reigning state champs, Winter Springs.  The varsity defeated Winter Springs in straight sets to win the match.  Great Job!!! Come out and support the lady hawks next Wednesday as they take on rival Seabreeze.   Look for those Hit Squad shirts.  New Question next week. Go  lady hawks!

Attention Sophomores and Juniors! PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 19th to all sophomores for free and any Juniors who registers.  This test qualifies juniors for the national merit scholarship. Interested juniors need to register online through the school website or see Mrs. Copp in the IB office before school, during lunch or after school. The cost for juniors is 15.00. You can pay online with a credit card, but if you pay on campus you must have EXACT change or a check.  All juniors must register by Friday, September 2nd.  Sophomores will be registered through the school at no cost. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Cappiello or your school counselor. 

Tomorrow’s Leaders applications are now available for all interested juniors.  This program was developed by the Futures Foundation as a leadership training through structured activities and events.  Participants meet and interact with community leaders who share thoughts, concerns and hopes about current issues and other factors impacting the future of Volusia County.  Interested juniors can locate the application on the school website at sprucecreekhigh.com or contact their counselor for more information. All applications must be completed, signed and returned to your counselor by Friday, September 9th.

Are you a problem solver?  Want to solve a real world challenge specific to Volusia County?  Interested in winning a $100 grand prize?  Register your team for STEM Solutions by Students.  Get a flier from your science teacher or find out more information at www. volusiastem. org.      

The Papillon (pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble is pleased to announce Fall auditions on Tuesday, August 30th at 3 pm in the dance studio (K-40).  Audition packets are in the activity office and the dance studio.  Packets may be brought to the audition.  See Miss Brooke for details.

If you have paid your sophomore dues please pick up your sophomore T-shirt in Mrs. Piper's room, M24 at lunch.

Interested in going in to the medical field? Becoming a doctor, radiologist, nurse, or even a surgeon? Join the Health Occupations for Students of America, or HOSA club! Learn how to suture, get certified in CPR, and become the next Cristina Yang! An informational meeting will be in Mr. Swebilius’ room, O-42, on Thursday, August 25 at lunch. Bring your friends and take the first step to achieving your dream.

If you are interested in learning about Theatre Club we will have our first meeting in the Auditorium today during lunch.  This club is open to anyone with or without any theatre experience. If you are interested in lighting, sound, set or costume design or any type performance such as singing, dancing, or acting, this is the club for you. See you Friday.

Homecoming is fast approaching and we are looking for participants for the annual gong show during the Homecoming Carnival on Sept 23rd. Applications will be available starting Friday Aug 26th from the auditorium or activities office.  We are looking for any school appropriate acts… and we mean any.  Can’t sing…let us judge…can’t dance…let us judge…can’t juggle…let us judge. You can perform as an individual or group.  Talent or no talent entertain us.  Spots are limited so make a plan and see if you will be gonged.

Do you want to be a part of an awesome club that not only meets here at Spruce Creek but also goes on camping trips, paint ball and ice skating excursions with other high schools in Volusia County and also does community service? Well Project 396 may be the club for you. The first meeting will be held on Monday,

August 29th during lunch in Room O-20. Pizza will be provided. This club is sponsored by the YMCA so it includes a free Y Membership for everyone who joins. Please come check us out! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Jones in O-20! It's a great day to be a Hawk! Thank you!

Are you interested in personal growth, leadership development, and career preparation? Tuesday, August 30th in room D 12 at lunch time.  The Family, Career, Community, Leaders of America will be hosting their first informational meeting. Come join our “Wild, Wild, West Day, and Rope Your Way into FCCLA” party. Bring your friends. Refreshments will be served.

Do you wish to better understand the international world?  Come to the Model United Nations informational meeting on Thursday, September 1st, at lunch, in room O-16.  Bring your lunch, eat our snacks, and learn how you can be part of the legacy of spirited debate and friendship that is the Model United Nations.

Our Parent Advisory Committee fundraiser of Macy's $5 tickets ends today. Get your $5 ticket in the dean's office. Bring proper change and reap the benefits of a $5 discount at Macy's this weekend!

Attention juniors:  Your Class of 2018 T-shirts are currently on sale for 7 dollars at time in room C14 or Portable 15.

Anyone interested in joining the Video Game Club should attend the first meeting on Tuesday August 30th during lunch in room B-15. 

Are you interested in Cyber Security? Please join us Tuesday after school in room B-15 for the first Cyber Patriot meeting of the year.

Students pre order your 2017 yearbook now while the price is at the lowest it will be this year at $80.  The price is about to go up.  Get yours today in room 0-22.  

 

 

Thursday, August 25

Congratulations to the lady hawks varsity volleyball team for their win against Sanford Seminole last night.  The lady hawks came together and closed out Seminole in 3.  Many thanks to our teacher of the game Mr. Norman for coming and to our fans for coming in white!  Look for the volleyball players to have more t-shirts to give away.  Go lady Hawks!

Attention Sophomores and Juniors! PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 19th to all sophomores for free and any Juniors who registers.  This test qualifies juniors for the national merit scholarship. Interested juniors need to register online through the school website or see Mrs. Copp in the IB office before school, during lunch or after school. The cost for juniors is 15.00. You can pay online with a credit card, but if you pay on campus you must have EXACT change or a check.  All juniors must register by Friday, September 2nd.  Sophomores will be registered through the school at no cost. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Cappiello or your school counselor. 

Tomorrow’s Leaders applications are now available for all interested juniors.  This program was developed by the Futures Foundation as a leadership training through structured activities and events.  Participants meet and interact with community leaders who share thoughts, concerns and hopes about current issues and other factors impacting the future of Volusia County.  Interested juniors can locate the application on the school website at sprucecreekhigh.com or contact their counselor for more information. All applications must be completed, signed and returned to your counselor by Friday, September 9th.

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRATION FORMS, THEY WILL BE AVAILABLE BEGINNING TOMORROW MORNING AUGUST 24TH,  IN GUIDANCE AT 7 AM. ACTUAL REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN THE FOLLOWING MORNING AUGUST 25TH AT 7 AM AND YOU CANNOT REGISTER WITHOUT YOUR PERMIT.  REMEMBER, IN ORDER TO BE AN APPLICANT FOR DRIVERS EDUCATION, YOU MUST HAVE COMPLETED 9TH GRADE AND ALREADY HAVE A DRIVERS PERMIT. PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN GUIDANCE FOR A REGISTRATION FORM.

The Jostens Representative will be at SPRUCE CREEK High School to take ring orders and deposits on: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday August 24th thru the 26th at lunch time in the main atrium. A  special parent night will be held on:  Thursday from lunchtime to 6pm in the main atrium. Any Junior or Senior may order a class ring at this time.  Bring a $50.00 deposit and see the representative for assistance.  Prior to ordering, review the information packet. Packets are available from the front office.

Are you a problem solver?  Want to solve a real world challenge specific to Volusia County?  Interested in winning a $100 grand prize?  Register your team for STEM Solutions by Students.  Get a flier from your science teacher or find out more information at www.volusiastem. org.      

Good luck to the Lady Hawks golf team as they host the defending state champion Rams from Lake Mary today. 

ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BOYS SOCCER. THERE WILL BE A MANDATORY MEETING FROM 3-3:30 ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 25TH IN ROOM C8. TRYOUTS INFORMATION WILL BE DISCUSSED AND PAPERWORK WILL BE DISTRIBUTED. PLEASE BE ON TIME. 

If you have paid your sophomore dues please pick up your sophomore T-shirt in Mrs. Piper's room, M24 at lunch.

Interested in going in to the medical field? Becoming a doctor, radiologist, nurse, or even a surgeon? Join the Health Occupations for Students of America, or HOSA club! Learn how to suture, get certified in CPR, and become the next Cristina Yang! An informational meeting will be in Mr. Swebilius’ room, O-42, on Thursday, August 25 at lunch. Bring your friends and take the first step to achieving your dream.

If you are interested in learning about Theatre Club we will have our first meeting in the Auditorium on Friday Aug 26th during lunch.  This club is open to anyone with or without any theatre experience. If you are interested in lighting, sound, set or costume design or any type performance such as singing, dancing, or acting, this is the club for you. See you Friday.

FCA, our Christian Club on campus, will meet every Thursday during lunch starting this week in L-1 ! Please make plans to join this group of students who care about you! Come enjoy food, fun and discussion about faith this Thursday in L-1 !

The French Club will hold its first meeting today at lunch, in Room F-02 (Madame Augat’s room).  You will get all the information you need about our activities and how to join the Club.  Our regular meetings will take place on the 3rd Thursday of the month.  

Homecoming is fast approaching and we are looking for participants for the annual gong show during the Homecoming Carnival on Sept 23rd. Applications will be available starting Friday Aug 26th from the auditorium or activities office.  We are looking for any school appropriate acts… and we mean any.  Can’t sing…let us judge…can’t dance…let us judge…can’t juggle…let us judge. You can perform as an individual or group.  Talent or no talent entertain us.  Spots are limited so make a plan and see if you will be gonged.

Do you want to be a part of an awesome club that not only meets here at Spruce Creek but also goes on camping trips, paint ball and ice skating excursions with other high schools in Volusia County and also does community service? Well Project 396 may be the club for you. The first meeting will be held on Monday, August 29th during lunch in Room O-20. Pizza will be provided. This club is sponsored by the YMCA so it includes a free Y Membership for everyone who joins. Please come check us out! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Jones in O-20! It's a great day to be a Hawk! Thank you!

Are you interested in personal growth, leadership development, and career preparation? Tuesday, August 30th in room D 12 at lunch time.  The Family, Career, Community, Leaders of America will be hosting their first informational meeting. Come join our “Wild, Wild, West Day, and Rope Your Way into FCCLA” party. Bring your friends. Refreshments will be served.

 

Students pre order your 2017 yearbook now while the price is at the lowest it will be this year at $80.  The price is about to go up.  Get yours today in room 0-22.  

 

 
Wednesday, August 24

Attention Sophomores and Juniors! PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 19th to all sophomores for free and any Juniors who registers.  This test qualifies juniors for the national merit scholarship. Interested juniors need to register online through the school website or see Mrs. Copp in the IB office before school, during lunch or after school. The cost for juniors is 15.00. You can pay online with a credit card, but if you pay on campus you must have EXACT change or a check.  All juniors must register by Friday, September 2nd.  Sophomores will be registered through the school at no cost. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Cappiello or your school counselor. 

Tomorrow’s Leaders applications are now available for all interested juniors.  This program was developed by the Futures Foundation as a leadership training through structured activities and events.  Participants meet and interact with community leaders who share thoughts, concerns and hopes about current issues and other factors impacting the future of Volusia County.  Interested juniors can locate the application on the school website at sprucecreekhigh.com or contact their counselor for more information. All applications must be completed, signed and returned to your counselor by Friday, September 9th.

ATTENTION STUDENTS ,  TODAY IS THE ABSOLUTE LAST DAY TO REQUEST OR MAKE A SCHEDULE CHANGE. PLEASE SEE YOUR COUNSELOR BEFORE THE END OF THE DAY TODAY TO DISCUSS A POSSIBLE ADJUSTMENT TO YOUR SCHEDULE.

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRATION FORMS, THEY WILL BE AVAILABLE BEGINNING TOMORROW MORNING AUGUST 24TH,  IN GUIDANCE AT 7 AM. ACTUAL REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN THE FOLLOWING MORNING AUGUST 25TH AT 7 AM AND YOU CANNOT REGISTER WITHOUT YOUR PERMIT.  REMEMBER, IN ORDER TO BE AN APPLICANT FOR DRIVERS EDUCATION, YOU MUST HAVE COMPLETED 9TH GRADE AND ALREADY HAVE A DRIVERS PERMIT. PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN GUIDANCE FOR A REGISTRATION FORM.

The Jostens Representative will be at SPRUCE CREEK High School to take ring orders and deposits on: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

August 24th thru the 26th at lunch time in the main atrium. A  special parent night will be held on:  Thursday from lunchtime to 6pm in the main atrium. Any Junior or Senior may order a class ring at this time.  Bring a $50.00 deposit and see the representative for assistance.  Prior to ordering, review the information packet. Packets are available from the front office.

Join the lady hawks tonight in their first home volleyball match against Sanford Seminole.  Game times are 5:30 and 7:00 p.m.  Tonight is white-out and jv and varsity players are walking around with white t-shirts today.  All you have to do to get one is give them the answer to this question:  What medal did both the men’s and women’s indoor volleyball team win? Offer good while supplies last. See you tonight!

ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BOYS SOCCER. THERE WILL BE A MANDATORY MEETING FROM 3-3:30 ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 25TH IN ROOM C8. TRYOUTS INFORMATION WILL BE DISCUSSED AND PAPERWORK WILL BE DISTRIBUTED. PLEASE BE ON TIME. 

Looking for a place to fit in?  Well if math is your thing, come to the first open meeting of Mu Alpha Theta.  The meeting will be held on Wednesday August 24th after school in the cafeteria and should only take about 15 minutes.  You must attend to compete on one of our math teams this year.  Come find out what all the hype's about. 

Key Club will be hosting their first meeting today during lunch in the Auditorium. If you want to learn more about an incredible service club that exist to serve others then come check us out! See Mr. Parker in L-04 for more information.

The Papillon (pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble is pleased to announce Fall auditions on Tuesday, August 30th at 3 pm in the dance studio (K-40).  Audition packets are in the activity office and the dance studio.  Packets may be brought to the audition.  See Miss Brooke for details.

If you have paid your sophomore dues please pick up your sophomore T-shirt in Mrs. Piper's room, M24 at lunch.

Interested in going in to the medical field? Becoming a doctor, radiologist, nurse, or even a surgeon? Join the Health Occupations for Students of America, or HOSA club! Learn how to suture, get certified in CPR, and become the next Cristina Yang! An informational meeting will be in Mr. Swebilius’ room, O-42, on Thursday, August 25 at lunch. Bring your friends and take the first step to achieving your dream.

If you are interested in learning about Theatre Club we will have our first meeting in the Auditorium on Friday Aug 26th during lunch.  This club is open to anyone with or without any theatre experience. If you are interested in lighting, sound, set or costume design or any type performance such as singing, dancing, or acting, this is the club for you. See you Friday.

ATTENTION ALL CREEK CRAZIES, THERE WILL BE AN IMPORTANT MEETING ON TODAY DURING LUNCH IN THE GYM.  IF YOU ARE A SENIOR, YOU SHOULD BE THERE.

FCA, our Christian Club on campus, will meet every Thursday during lunch starting this week in L-1 ! Please make plans to join this group of students who care about you! Come enjoy food, fun and discussion about faith this Thursday in L-1 !

There are free binders in room D-08 at lunch on Tuesday  and Wednesday. See Mrs. Pringle for details.

The French Club will hold its first meeting tomorrow, Thursday August 25th, at lunch time, in Room F-02 (Madame Augat’s room).  You will get all the information you need about our activities and how to join the Club.  Our regular meetings will take place on the 3rd Thursday of the month.  

Homecoming is fast approaching and we are looking for participants for the annual gong show during the Homecoming Carnival on Sept 23rd. Applications will be available starting Friday Aug 26th from the auditorium or activities office.  We are looking for any school appropriate acts… and we mean any.  Can’t sing…let us judge…can’t dance…let us judge…can’t juggle…let us judge. You can perform as an individual or group.  Talent or no talent entertain us.  Spots are limited so make a plan and see if you will be gonged.

Do you want to be a part of an awesome club that not only meets here at Spruce Creek but also goes on camping trips, paint ball and ice skating excursions with other high schools in Volusia County and also does community service? Well Project 396 may be the club for you. The first meeting will be held on Monday, August 29th during lunch in Room O-20. Pizza will be provided. This club is sponsored by the YMCA so it includes a free Y Membership for everyone who joins. Please come check us out! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Jones in O-20! It's a great day to be a Hawk! Thank you!

Students pre order your 2017 yearbook now while the price is at the lowest it will be this year at $80.  The price is about to go up.  Get yours today in room 0-22.  

 

Tuesday, August 23

The girls golf team opened their 2016 campaign with a victory over University last night.  Amica Lertkitcharoenpon led the Lady Hawks.

Attention Sophomores and Juniors! PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 19th to all sophomores for free and any Juniors who registers.  This test qualifies juniors for the national merit scholarship. Interested juniors need to register online through the school website or see Mrs. Copp in the IB office before school, during lunch or after school. The cost for juniors is 15.00. You can pay online with a credit card, but if you pay on campus you must have EXACT change or a check.  All juniors must register by Friday, September 2nd.  Sophomores will be registered through the school at no cost. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Cappiello or your school counselor. 

Tomorrow’s Leaders applications are now available for all interested juniors.  This program was developed by the Futures Foundation as a leadership training through structured activities and events.  Participants meet and interact with community leaders who share thoughts, concerns and hopes about current issues and other factors impacting the future of Volusia County.  Interested juniors can locate the application on the school website at sprucecreekhigh.com or contact their counselor for more information. All applications must be completed, signed and returned to your counselor by Friday, September 9th.

ATTENTION STUDENTS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRATION FORMS, THEY WILL BE AVAILABLE BEGINNING TOMORROW MORNING AUGUST 24TH,  IN GUIDANCE AT 7 AM. ACTUAL REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN THE FOLLOWING MORNING AUGUST 25TH AT 7 AM AND YOU CANNOT REGISTER WITHOUT YOUR PERMIT.  REMEMBER, IN ORDER TO BE AN APPLICANT FOR DRIVERS EDUCATION, YOU MUST HAVE COMPLETED 9TH GRADE AND ALREADY HAVE A DRIVERS PERMIT. PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN IN GUIDANCE FOR A REGISTRATION FORM.

The Jostens Representative will be at SPRUCE CREEK High School to take ring orders and deposits on: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday August 24th thru the 26th at lunch time in the main atrium. A  special parent night will be held on:  Thursday from lunchtime to 6pm in the main atrium. Any Junior or Senior may order a class ring at this time.  Bring a $50.00 deposit and see the representative for assistance.  Prior to ordering, review the information packet. Packets are available from the front office.

Good morning students and staff.  Today is the day our Launch Federal Credit Union branch opens.  It is available for your banking needs every Tuesday and Wednesday at lunch at the branch in the main atrium.  We look forward to seeing you!

Join the lady hawks Wednesday evening for their first home volleyball match.  Wednesday’s match will be “White Out Night”.  So wear white to the game!  Game times are at 5:30 and 7 p.m.  The volleyball team will be walking around with t-shirts tomorrow free to anyone who can tell them what medal the men’s and women’s indoor volleyball team won at the Olympics.  Wear your white t-shirts for the White out night and support the Lady Hawks!

 

ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BOYS SOCCER. THERE WILL BE A MANDATORY MEETING FROM 3-3:30 ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 25TH IN ROOM C8. TRYOUTS INFORMATION WILL BE DISCUSSED AND PAPERWORK WILL BE DISTRIBUTED. PLEASE BE ON TIME. 

Looking for a place to fit in?  Well if math is your thing, come to the first open meeting of Mu Alpha Theta.  The meeting will be held on Wednesday August 24th after school in the cafeteria and should only take about 15 minutes.  You must attend to compete on one of our math teams this year.  Come find out what all the hype's about. 

Key Club will be hosting their first meeting Wednesday August 24th during lunch in the Auditorium. If you want to learn more about an incredible service club that exist to serve others then come check us out! See Mr. Parker in L-04 for more information.

If you have paid your sophomore dues please pick up your sophomore T-shirt in Mrs. Piper's room, M24 at lunch.

Interested in going in to the medical field? Becoming a doctor, radiologist, nurse, or even a surgeon? Join the Health Occupations for Students of America, or HOSA club! Learn how to suture, get certified in CPR, and become the next Cristina Yang! An informational meeting will be in Mr. Swebilius’ room, O-42, on Thursday, August 25 at lunch. Bring your friends and take the first step to achieving your dream.

If you are interested in learning about Theatre Club we will have our first meeting in the Auditorium on Friday Aug 26th during lunch.  This club is open to anyone with or without any theatre experience. If you are interested in lighting, sound, set or costume design or any type performance such as singing, dancing, or acting, this is the club for you. See you Friday.

ATTENTION ALL CREEK CRAZIES, THERE WILL BE AN IMPORTANT MEETING ON WEDNESDAY DURING LUNCH IN THE GYM.  IF YOU ARE A SENIOR, YOU SHOULD BE THERE.

FCA, our Christian Club on campus, will meet every Thursday during lunch starting this week in L-1 ! Please make plans to join this group of students who care about you! Come enjoy food, fun and discussion about faith this Thursday in L-1 !

There are free binders in room D-08 at lunch on Tuesday  and Wednesday. See Mrs. Pringle for details.

Students pre order your 2017 yearbook now while the price is at the lowest it will be this year at $80.  The price is about to go up.  Get yours today in room 0-22.  

 

 

Monday, August 22 

 

Congratulations to the 2016 Flight Yearbook staff on their first class finish and their three marks of distinction in the National Scholastic Press Association annual judging.  

Congratulations to the 2017 Flight Yearbook staff on their Gallery of Excellence win at Camp Orlando! 

Attention Sophomores and Juniors! PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 19th to all sophomores for free and any Juniors who registers.  This test qualifies juniors for the national merit scholarship. Interested juniors need to register online through the school website or see Mrs. Copp in the IB office before school, during lunch or after school. The cost for juniors is 15.00. You can pay online with a credit card, but if you pay on campus you must have EXACT change or a check.  All juniors must register by Friday, September 2nd.  Sophomores will be registered through the school at no cost. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Cappiello or your school counselor.  

Tomorrow’s Leaders applications are now available for all interested juniors.  This program was developed by the Futures Foundation as a leadership training through structured activities and events.  Participants meet and interact with community leaders who share thoughts, concerns and hopes about current issues and other factors impacting the future of Volusia County.  Interested juniors can locate the application on the school website at sprucecreekhigh.com or contact their counselor for more information. All applications must be completed, signed and returned to your counselor by Friday, September 9th. 

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES,  INFORMATION  ONLY REGARDING THE UPCOMING FALL DRIVERS ED CLASSES IS NOW AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE FROM MRS. TURNGREN.  YOU MUST HAVE COMPLETED 9TH GRADE AND HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION.  APPLICATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON AUGUST 24TH AND REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN THE NEXT MORNING ON AUGUST 25TH.  THERE WILL BE AFTER SCHOOL CLASSES AND SATURDAY CLASSES AVAILABLE.  ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN. 

The Jostens Representative will be at SPRUCE CREEK High School to take ring orders and deposits on: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday August 24th thru the 26th at lunch time in the main atrium. A  special parent night will be held on:  Thursday from lunchtime to 6pm in the main atrium. Any Junior or Senior may order a class ring at this time.  Bring a $50.00 deposit and see the representative for assistance.  Prior to ordering, review the information packet. Packets are available from the front office. 

Good luck to the Girls Golf team as they start their season today against University.  

ATTENTION ANYONE INTERESTED IN TRYING OUT FOR BOYS SOCCER. THERE WILL BE A MANDATORY MEETING FROM 3-3:30 ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 25TH IN ROOM C8. TRYOUTS INFORMATION WILL BE DISCUSSED AND PAPERWORK WILL BE DISTRIBUTED. PLEASE BE ON TIME.  

All 9th graders wanting to run for Student Government must attend a mandatory meeting today at lunch in L-01 to discuss campaign rules.  If you do not attend the meeting you cannot run for Student Government. 

All 9th graders wanting to run for Student Government must attend a mandatory meeting today at lunch in L-01 to discuss campaign rules.  If you do not attend the meeting you cannot run for Student Government. 

All SGA Class of 2019 officers and representatives please report to Mrs. Piper's room at lunch today for the 1st meeting of the new school year.  

Looking for a place to fit in?  Well if math is your thing, come to the first open meeting of Mu Alpha Theta.  The meeting will be held on Wednesday August 24th after school in the cafeteria and should only take about 15 minutes.  You must attend to compete on one of our math teams this year.  Come find out what all the hype's about.  

Key Club will be hosting their first meeting Wednesday August 24th during lunch in the Auditorium. If you want to learn more about an incredible service club that exist to serve others then come check us out! See Mr. Parker in L-04 for more information. 

The Papillon (pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble is pleased to announce Fall auditions on Tuesday, August 30th at 3 pm in the dance studio (K-40).  Audition packets are in the activity office and the dance studio. Packets may be brought to the audition.  See Miss Brooke for details. 

If you have paid your sophomore dues please pick up your sophomore T-shirt in Mrs. Piper's room, M24 at lunch. 

Interested in going in to the medical field? Becoming a doctor, radiologist, nurse, or even a surgeon? Join the Health Occupations for Students of America, or HOSA club! Learn how to suture, get certified in CPR, and become the next Cristina Yang! An informational meeting will be in Mr. Swebilius’ room, O-42, on Thursday, August 25 at lunch. Bring your friends and take the first step to achieving your dream. 

Hey Florida Future Educators of America! FFEA is having their first meeting today at lunch in Mrs. Farrell’s room, C-01. Can’t make it at lunch? Stop by before or after school to get more information. 

Students pre order your 2017 yearbook now while the price is at the lowest it will be this year at $80.  The price is about to go up.  Get yours today in room 0-22.   

 

 

Friday, August 19

Come support your Hawks football team season opener!  If you can't make it to the game it is the Bright House Network Game of the Week.  Watch SCHS vs. Brantley HS at 7:30PM on channel 1147

Beginning Monday, you must have a  Spruce Creek parking decal in order to park on campus.  You can register your vehicle online at sprucecreekhigh.com. You can also pay online or with a cashier at school then pick up your decal  from Ms. Bass in the 9th grade office. 

Photos and distribution of Id cards including senior leave for lunch, dual enrollment and athletic passes will be done in the media center this week.  Students  who need an ID or need to purchase a new one may do so during  lunch or at the time they come to the media center to check out their text books. 

Attention Sophomores and Juniors! PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 19th to all sophomores for free and any Juniors who registers.  This test qualifies juniors for the national merit scholarship. Interested juniors need to register online through the school website or see Mrs. Copp in the IB office before school, during lunch or after school. The cost for juniors is 15.00. You can pay online with a credit card, but if you pay on campus you must have EXACT change or a check.  All juniors must register by Friday, September 2nd.  Sophomores will be registered through the school at no cost. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Cappiello or your school counselor. 

If you still need to purchase Uniform shirts for school Spruce Creek Customs has plenty to choose from. We offer ladies and men’s shirts for $8. Stop by L-04 to see our selection and you can also order online and bring in your receipt for pick up. See Mr. Parker for more information.

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES,  INFORMATION  ONLY REGARDING THE UPCOMING FALL DRIVERS ED CLASSES IS NOW AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE FROM MRS. TURNGREN.  YOU MUST HAVE COMPLETED 9TH GRADE AND HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION.  APPLICATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON AUGUST 24TH AND REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN THE NEXT MORNING ON AUGUST 25TH.  THERE WILL BE AFTER SCHOOL CLASSES AND SATURDAY CLASSES AVAILABLE.  ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN.

STUDENTS IF YOU PURCHASED AN ATHLETIC PASS AND PLAN TO GO TO THE GAME TONIGHT, STOP BY THE MEDIA CENTER TO HAVE YOUR NEW ID PRINTED TODAY!

Attention: THERE IS NO FOOD ALLOWED IN THE GYM DURING LUNCH.  THIS MEANS SNACKS AS WELL.  IF THERE CONTINUES TO BE A PROBLEM THE INDIVIDUAL(S) WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN THE GYM DURING LUNCH!

SENIOR CLASS OF 2017- PICK UP YOUR CLASS T-SHIRT TODAY IN THE MAIN ATRIUM DURING LUNCH!

Congratulations to the girls volleyball team for their wins in the Seminole Classic against Lake Howell high school and a strong Lake Nona High school. Come join us at our first home match next week on Wednesday Aug 25th in our gym at 5:30 and 7.  

In club news, all 9th graders that are running for Student Government must attend a mandatory meeting Monday during lunch in Mrs. Bundza’s room, L-01.  All applications are due by the end of the day on Monday!  

Key Club will be hosting their first meeting Wednesday August 24th during lunch in the Auditorium. If you want to learn more about an incredible service club that exist to serve others then come check us out! See Mr. Parker in L-04 for more information.

The Papillon (pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble is pleased to announce Fall auditions on Tuesday, August 30th at 3 pm in the dance studio (K-40).  Audition packets are in the activity office and the dance studio.  Packets may be brought to the audition.  See Miss Brooke for details.

If you have paid your sophomore dues please pick up your sophomore T-shirt in Mrs. Piper's room, M24 at lunch.

Interested in going in to the medical field? Becoming a doctor, radiologist, nurse, or even a surgeon? Join the Health Occupations for Students of America, or HOSA club! Learn how to suture, get certified in CPR, and become the next Cristina Yang! An informational meeting will be in Mr. Swebilius’ room, O-42, on Thursday, August 25 at lunch. Bring your friends and take the first step to achieving your dream.

Come to the first informational meeting for FJAS in O-37 (Ms. Richards room) TODAY August 19 at lunch. There will be a lot of fun experiments like making ice cream and dissections throughout the year and meetings are twice a month on Friday!  We hope to see you there!

CALLING ALL CREEK CRAZIES, TOMORROW NIGHTS IS OUR FIRST HOME GAME HERE AT THE CREEK.  IT WILL BE TELEVISED.  WE NEED ALL OF OUR CREEK CRAZIES TO SHOW UP.  WE HAVE TEES AND TOWELS AVAILABLE FOR SALE IN THE GYM TODAY DURING LUNCH AND PRIOR TO THE GAME ON FRIDAY NIGHT.  THE DUES ARE $12 AND THIS INCLUDES YOUR T-SHIRT AND TOWEL.  WE ONLY HAVE A LIMITED SUPPLY.  THERE WILL BE A CREEK CRAZY MEETING NEXT WEDNESDAY IN THE GYM DURING THE BEGINNING OF LUNCH.

Didn’t get your yearbook last year?  The Flight staff still has books available.  Get them in room 0-22 today for $100. The Flight yearbook is taking presale orders for this school year’s yearbook while the price is at the lowest it will be all year.  Save money now and make sure to but your yearbook  for $80.  Prices will go up on September 2.

 

 

Thursday, August 18

Photos and distribution of Id cards including senior leave for lunch, dual enrollment and athletic passes will be done in the media center this week.  Students  who need an ID or need to purchase a new one may do so during  lunch or at the time they come to the media center to check out their text books. 

Adult athletic passes- If you purchased this item, the card(s) will  home with your student today and tomorrow in order for you to have them for the big game tomorrow night. 

If you still need to purchase Uniform shirts for school Spruce Creek Customs has plenty to choose from. We offer ladies and men’s shirts for $8. Stop by L-04 to see our selection and you can also order online and bring in your receipt for pick up. See Mr. Parker for more information.

Senior Class T-shirts will be distributed in the atrium during lunch today. Class of 2018 shirts  may be purchased and picked up in rooms  C-14 or Portable 15 all week.

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN DRIVERS EDUCATION CLASSES,  INFORMATION  ONLY REGARDING THE UPCOMING FALL DRIVERS ED CLASSES IS NOW AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE FROM MRS. TURNGREN.  YOU MUST HAVE COMPLETED 9TH GRADE AND HAVE YOUR DRIVERS PERMIT AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION.  APPLICATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE ON AUGUST 24TH AND REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN THE NEXT MORNING ON AUGUST 25TH.  THERE WILL BE AFTER SCHOOL CLASSES AND SATURDAY CLASSES AVAILABLE.  ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS, PLEASE SEE MRS. TURNGREN.

In club news, if you are a ninth grade student and you are interested in running for Student Government please stop by L-01 to get an application.  Student Government will also have a table set up during lunch in the freshman atrium on Wednesday to answer questions and hand out applications.  All applications are due back to Mrs. Bundza on Monday August 22nd in order to run for Student Government.  

Attention Juniors: Get ready for Friday spirit days by purchasing a Class of 2018 T shirt anytime in either room C14 or P15 for only 7 dollars.

Spanish Honor Society will have a mandatory meeting today during lunch in C22. Please be sure and make it as it’s one of the few meetings that we have during the year.

Attention freshman, if you paid your class dues and haven’t picked up your class of 2020 T-shirt, they will be available Wednesday and Thursday during lunch in the freshman atrium. You can still pay your dues, five dollars, online.

The Psychology Club will meet Thursday August 18th at Lunch in P-30- Mr. Graham’s classroom.

Key Club will be hosting their first meeting Wednesday August 24th during lunch in the Auditorium. If you want to learn more about an incredible service club that exist to serve others then come check us out! See Mr. Parker in L-04 for more information.

If you have paid your sophomore dues please pick up your sophomore T-shirt in Mrs. Piper's room, M24 at lunch.

Interested in going in to the medical field? Becoming a doctor, radiologist, nurse, or even a surgeon? Join the Health Occupations for Students of America, or HOSA club! Learn how to suture, get certified in CPR, and become the next Cristina Yang! An informational meeting will be in Mr. Swebilius’ room, O-42, on Thursday, August 25 at lunch. Bring your friends and take the first step to achieving your dream.

Didn’t get your yearbook last year?  The Flight staff still has books available.  Get them in room 0-22 today for $100. The Flight yearbook is taking presale orders for this school year’s yearbook while the price is at the lowest it will be all year.  Save money now and make sure to but your yearbook  for $80.  Prices will go up on September 2.

 

 

Wednesday, August 17

Photos and distribution of Id cards including senior leave for lunch, dual enrollment and athletic passes will be done in the media center this week. 

Students  who need an ID or need to purchase a new one may do so at  lunch or when they  come to the media center to check out their text books. 

If you still need to purchase Uniform shirts for school Spruce Creek Customs has plenty to choose from. We offer ladies and men’s shirts for $8. Stop by L-04 to see our selection and you can also order online and bring in your receipt for pick up. See Mr. Parker for more information.

Senior Class T-shirts will be distributed in the atrium during lunch today. Class of 2018 shirts  may be purchased and picked up in rooms  C-14 or Portable 15 all week.

Good morning students and staff.  We are pleased to announce that the Spruce Creek branch of Launch Federal Credit Union will open next Tuesday, August 23 at lunch.  The Spruce Creek High Launch federal credit union branch is open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays during lunch in the main atrium for students and staff to access their Launch accounts, open accounts and more.   We look forward to meeting your banking needs!

In club news, if you are a ninth grade student and you are interested in running for Student Government please stop by L-01 to get an application.  Student Government will also have a table set up during lunch in the freshman atrium on Wednesday to answer questions and hand out applications.  All applications are due back to Mrs. Bundza on Monday August 22nd in order to run for Student Government.  

Attention Juniors: Get ready for Friday spirit days by purchasing a Class of 2018 T shirt anytime in either room C14 or P15 for only 7 dollars.

Spanish Honor Society will have a mandatory meeting on Aug 18 th during lunch in C22. Please be sure and make it as it’s one of the few meetings that we have during the year.

Attention freshman, if you paid your class dues and haven’t picked up your class of 2020 T-shirt, they will be available Wednesday and Thursday during lunch in the freshman atrium. You can still pay your dues, five dollars, online.

The Psychology Club will meet Thursday August 18th at Lunch in P-30- Mr. Graham’s classroom.

Key Club will be hosting their first meeting Wednesday August 24th during lunch in the Auditorium. If you want to learn more about an incredible service club that exist to serve others then come check us out! See Mr. Parker in L-04 for more information.

The National Honor Society SENIORS will meet in the back of the auditorium today, Wednesday, August 17, 2016 at lunch. SIgn your contract, pick up your TORCH, and fill your info sheet before attending the IB MENTOR meeting. 

The Asian Association was named BEST CLUB OF THE YEAR and will have it's first meeting for 2016-17 school year on Thursday in G-1. We welcome all to join in the FUN,FOOD and FELLOWSHIP esp. when you do NOT need to be Asian to join!  Dues are only $20. 

The Papillon (pap-e-on) Dance Ensemble is pleased to announce Fall auditions on Tuesday, August 30th at 3 pm in the dance studio (K-40).  Audition packets are in the activity office and the dance studio.  Packets may be brought to the audition.  See Miss Brooke for details.

Seniors, Class of 2017 shirts will be handed out during lunch in the atrium today! Pay your dues and bring your receipt.

Didn’t get your yearbook last year?  The Flight staff still has books available.  Get them in room 0-22 today for $100. The Flight yearbook is taking presale orders for this school year’s yearbook while the price is at the lowest it will be all year.  Save money now and make sure to but your yearbook  for $80.  Prices will go up on September 2.

 

Tuesday, August 16

Photos and distribution of ID cards including senior leave for lunch, dual enrollment and athletic passes will be done in the media center this week.  Students who need an ID or need to purchase a new one may do so at lunch or during the time they come to the media center to check out their text books.  

If you still need to purchase Uniform shirts for school Spruce Creek Customs has plenty to choose from. We offer ladies and men’s shirts for $8. Stop by L-04 to see our selection and you can also order online and bring in your receipt for pick up. See Mr. Parker for more information.

Good morning students and staff.  We are pleased to announce that the Spruce Creek branch of Launch Federal Credit Union will open next Tuesday, August 23.  Our branch is staffed by AOF students and Launch employees.  We look forward to meeting all your banking needs!

If you are a ninth grade student and you are interested in running for Student Government please stop by L-01 to get an application.  Student Government will also have a table set up during lunch in the freshman atrium on Wednesday to answer questions and hand out applications.  All applications are due back to Mrs. Bundza on Monday August 22nd in order to run for Student Government.  

Attention Juniors: Get ready for Friday spirit days by purchasing a Class of 2018 T shirt anytime in either room C14 or P15 for only 7 dollars.

Attention freshman, if you paid your class dues and haven’t picked up your class of 2020 T-shirt, they will be available Wednesday and Thursday during lunch in the freshman atrium. You can still pay your dues, five dollars, online.

The Psychology Club will meet Thursday August 18th at Lunch in P-30- Mr. Graham’s classroom.

Key Club will be hosting their first meeting Wednesday August 24th during lunch in the Auditorium. If you want to learn more about an incredible service club that exist to serve others then come check us out! See Mr. Parker in L-04 for more information.

Didn’t get your yearbook last year?  The Flight staff still has books available.  Get them in room 0-22 today for $100. The Flight yearbook is taking presale orders for this school year’s yearbook while the price is at the lowest it will be all year.  Save money now and make sure to but your yearbook  for $80.  Prices will go up on September 2.

 

 

Monday, August 15

Photos and distribution of School ID cards including senior leave for lunch, dual enrollment and athletic passes will be done in the media center this week. 

Students who need an ID or need to purchase a new one may do so during lunch or during the time they come to the media center to check out text books.  

Anyone who is interested in joining the Creek Swim Team please go to N-01 at lunch to get information. There is practice today after school at 3:15 at the YMCA.  

Spanish Honor Society will have a mandatory meeting on Aug 18 th during lunch in C22. Please be sure and make it as it’s one of the few meetings that we have during the year.

Attention all persons interested in trying out for jv and freshman volleyball.  We are having an alternate tryout today after school in the gym from 3-4:30 p.m.  You must have a physical to tryout.  If you have any questions, please see Coach Swayze in the gym.

The Psychology Club will meet Thursday August 18th at Lunch in P-30- Mr. Graham’s classroom.

Didn’t get your yearbook last year?  The Flight staff still has books available.  Get them in room 0-22 today for $100. The Flight yearbook is taking presale orders for this school year’s yearbook while the price is at the lowest it will be all year.  Save money now and make sure to but your yearbook  for $80.  Prices will go up on September 2.

 

 

Orientation Week: August 1 - 3

 

Freshman Letter | Upperclass Letter

 

This is an opportunity to purchase lockers, shirts, parking decals, and have your ID photo taken (if not previously taken or if ID was lost) before school starts.  All students are encouraged to attend according to the dates assigned to each grade level below.
 
We will be selling shirts at Orientation for $7. We have all sizes and colors for Creek. 

 

 A 2016-2017 student planner/agenda will be provided for all students. These will be handed out within the first week of school during English class.

Seniors

Monday, August 1

8 AM

Juniors

Tuesday, August 2

8 AM

Sophomores

Wednesday, August 3

8 AM

Freshmen (A-L)

Monday, August 1

1 – 4 PM

Freshmen (M-Z)

Tuesday, August 2

1 – 4 PM

 

Freshmen: Please be on campus no later than 1:00 PM, for your assigned orientation group. 

The program is approximately 2 ½ hours long. Parents are encouraged to drop students off and return around 3:30 pm for pick up.  If you are attending orientation in place of your student, please note that you will be assigned to a group as your child. You will need to follow the timeline of that group or you may come at 3:30pm on your assigned day  to pick up schedules, visit the cashier and be assigned a locker for your freshman.  CSALT (Creek Student Ambassadors and Leadership Team) will guide incoming freshmen and other new classmates through the orientation process. Please report to the auditorium upon arrival.

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors:
Park in the student parking lot and enter the Auditorium. Tickets will be distributed beginning at 7am on your respective date.  Students are called by ticket number (first come, first serve) to start the orientation process. This may take up to 3 hours.  

 

Please remember, if you are unable to attend on your assigned date, the items may be purchased the first week of school. Friends may not purchase items for you in your absence. However, your parent(s), or another adult with written permission from your parent(s), may purchase items for you on your assigned date and time only.

 

Items for purchase

Save the line - pay online! (Service fee collected for online payments.)

Lockers:  

$10.00

 

Parking Decals:

$45.00

To qualify for a parking permit, student must be a junior or senior, have and maintain at least a 2.0 GPA throughout the school year with no discipline or attendance issues, and have no obligations. The student must bring a valid driver’s license, a current vehicle registration card in the driver’s or vehicle owner’s name and valid proof of insurance when applying for the parking permit.

 

Class Dues:

  

  

 

Seniors

$ 10.00 (includes class T-shirt)

Juniors

$ 6.00 ($10.00 additional for class shirt)

Sophomores

$ 10.00 (includes class T-shirt)

Freshmen

$ 5.00  (Includes a dress code approved Friday T-Shirt).

Athletic Pass:

$40.00 (students)

$50.00 (adults)

Valid for admission to all regular season home sporting events for the 2016- 2017 year. It does NOT cover away games, district, regional or state competitions.

 Yearbook:

 $80.00

You may purchase your yearbook at this discounted price at orientation. Yearbook prices typically increase throughout the year.

PE Unifrorms:  

$10.00 PE Uniform Shorts   
$10.00 PE Uniform Shirts
$5.00 PE Locker     

 

Payments may be made by cash or check payable to Spruce Creek High School at orientation or you may purchase all of the items mentioned online at the school web store all summer long with a credit  or debit card (transaction fee will apply) at www.sprucecreekhigh.com. Please bring receipt to orientation in order to pick up items purchased online.

 

ID's

Spruce Creek High School ID photos will be taken during orientation and distributed when you receive your textbooks during the first week of school.  If you are a new student, or have never had an ID made, your first ID is free. Replacement ID’s are $10.

 

Dress Code

As you know, the District has made modifications to the student dress code for next school year.  All current aspects of the dress code remain in effect.  In addition, students are to wear a white, orange, or black collared, polo-style shirt or oxford style button down shirt. The pants, shorts, capris, skorts, or jumper are to be navy blue, black or tan (khaki).  Black and blue denim (jeans) long pants are also acceptable.  More detailed information regarding the dress code is available on the school’s or district’s website.



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