SGA would like to welcome our students, faculty, and guests on campus today and remind you to “Be Aware, Be Kind, and Be the face of Good.”


Attention freshmen, sophomores and juniors:  you will be receiving a “picture” proof/order form for underclass pictures from your English teacher. Any student that does not receive a proof, see Ms. Coy’s room building 2 room 211. Orders must be returned to the main office or purchased online by October 22, 2018.


Herff Jones representatives will be on campus to take orders for  senior cap/gown & graduation materials, & junior class RING orders on Tue & Wed during lunch and evenings from 5:30 – 7:30 pm.  There is a deadline for ordering these materials so don’t delay.  The cap/gown/tassel “keeper” package is $65.  Cash, check, money order or credit cards accepted. 


Attention Juniors: those of you who missed the assembly: “class ring” catalogs and orders forms can be picked up from the activities office.


Students if you are looking for volunteer hours the Ormond Beach Chamber of Commerce is looking for you.  On October 27 we will be sponsoring our King of the Grill event and need student helpers.  If you are interested please contact Terri by October 22nd .  Her number is 321-231-2126.


For Lost & Found items, stop by the Activities Office building 2.  There are several insulted lunch bags, a  jacket, I phone, & a ring that were recently found and turned in. 



Seniors: if you missed the cap & gown presentation Wednesday, stop by the activities office and pick up  Cap & Gown information.   There is a deadline for ordering so don’t delay!



Best of luck to the varsity football team when they take on New Smyrna Beach Cudas tonight at the Daytona Municipal Stadium.  Kick-off is 7PM – Parking $5, Admission $6.  Come out and support your Sandcrab football team!



Students!  Yearbook needs your vacation pictures. Any students that did something interesting or fun anytime during the past year bring pictures to Ms. Coy in 2-211.



Hispanic Heritage Trivia -"The Hispanic Heritage Month is observed each year from September 15 to October 15, when many Latin American countries celebrate their independence. Established in 1968, by President Lyndon B. Johnson as a week, and later expanded for an entire month in 1998 by President Ronald Regan. Hispanic Heritage Month is an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the diverse Hispanic cultures existing within our communities.  Here at Seabreeze we will celebrate this week with daily  trivia questions. Our final trivia question is: What festival is celebrated in Pamplona, Spain in July?  If you know the answer to the question, go to building 8 room 3, Señora Feliciano's classroom.   The first person with a correct answer wins a prize. 


Tonia Morgan, Activities Director

Seabreeze High School

386-258-4674 ext. 54651