GOOD MORNING SANDCRABS! HERE ARE YOUR DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS…9/18/2017

**GENERAL**

Students, tomorrow (Tuesday) will be our first homeroom of the year.  Please take note on your ID as to your homeroom location.  Replacement IDs can be purchased for $5.  Beginning Tuesday morning, all students will report to homerooms for testing notifications, and homecoming voting at 7:29!  We will be on a homeroom bell schedule. Be here on-time and know ahead of time where your homeroom is located --- there is a master list in the main office, attendance and guidance!

 

Testing will begin on Wednesday ---.  Please take a picture with your phone of your testing notification, the color will indicate your day and time!

 

Attention college bound students – tomorrow, Tuesday September 19th  is the College and Career expo.  It will take place at Mainland High School from 5:30 to 7:30pm – it’s a great opportunity for students to meet with college and career representatives.   That’s tomorrow at Mainland High School at 5:30pm – please speak with your counselor if you have any questions.

Attention students:  The Ormond Beach Chamber of Commerce is looking for student volunteers for a “King of the Grill” Cook Off.  This takes place on October 21st at the Casements.  Please see Mrs. Tully in Guidance for more information.

 

Attention students:  The Ormond Beach Youth Football and Cheerleading Association are looking for student volunteers.  They need announcers and concession volunteers.  Please see Mrs. Tully in Guidance for more information. 

 

**SENIORS**

Seniors remember to purchase your 2018 ad today.  See Ms. Coy in 2-211 or visit www.seabreezehigh.org for all your ad information. The deadline for senior ads is October 12, 2017.  All pictures and information must be turned in by this date.  Do not turn in any irreplaceable or one of a kind pictures. 

 

Any senior that would like a baby picture in the yearbook please bring it to Ms. Coy, in 2-211 as soon as possible, spots fill up quickly and are on a first come, first serve basis. Write your name in pen on the back of the picture & do not turn in any one of a kind pictures.

 

**SPORTS**

There will be Fall baseball tryouts for any students interested in playing, tomorrow, 3:45 at the Ormond Sports Complex.

 

Girls JV cross country earned a runner-up trophy at the ERAU meet on Saturday.   Three of the JV runners were in the top 15 and received t-shirts. 9th place- Ana Sanchez 12th place- Erin Robbins, and 14the place- Mikayla Porter.

 

Best of luck to the varsity football team as they travel to Matanzas tonight to take on the Pirates.  Kick-off is at 7:00 pm.  Go Crabs!!

 

There is no JV football practice after school today.

 

Attention all girls interested in participating in Pre-Season Soccer Conditioning...Week #1 starts today, Monday September 18th.  We will be meeting at the Casements at 4:30; bring water and be ready to work!  Anyone interested in having a copy of the work out, please get in touch with Senior Taylor Nirschl.

 

There will be a brief meeting today for all boys and girls interested in participating on the  weightlifting team.  The meeting is today, during crab break in front of the gym.

 

**CLUB/ORGANIZATIONS**

 

 

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT:

Each September 17th is designated as Constitution Day. Since the 17th was yesterday – a Sunday, today the 18th has been designated Constitution Day.  Set up in 2004, Constitution Day commemorates the signing of the Constitution that happened on September 17, 1787. The Constitution is the document that, “in order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty…,” set up the federal system of government that still endures today. Through the discernment, wisdom, courage, and persistence of our forefathers, we enjoy many freedoms that others throughout the world do not. This day, then, is designed for us to encourage active citizenship by celebrating these freedoms, which are contained in the Bill of Rights, the first 10 Amendments to the Constitution. Among these freedoms are the freedom of speech, the freedom of religion, the freedom of assembly, the right to bear arms, freedom against unreasonable search and seizures, and the right to a trial of our peers without excessive bail and without cruel and unusual punishments. We hope that on this Constitution Day, you will recognize the importance of this document, reflect on its tremendous impact on each of our lives, and work to ensure that these rights remain precious and protected in the future.”

 

Tonia Morgan

Activities Director

Seabreeze High School

386-258-4674 ext. 54651

www.seabreezehigh.org