GOOD MORNING SANDCRABS! HERE ARE YOUR DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS…10/8/2018
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.”
Wednesday, October 10th the PSAT will be scheduled for select juniors and ALL GR 10 students. Ensure you find your ID and know your homeroom number for testing. If you have lost your ID, report to Ms. Morgan in Activities -- $5 replacement?
The Senior Panoramic picture, Class Assembly, including Cap and Gown presentation, is Wednesday starting at 7:45 am in the gym. Prepare to arrive on time we WILL NOT retake the picture for any missing seniors.
A representative from UCF will be here to meet with Seniors on Wednesday, Oct 10th @ l:00 pm in Guidance. Please stop by to sign up with Ms. Smith.
A representative from Bethune Cookman will be here to meet with Seniors on Thursday, Oct 11th @ 1:00 pm in Guidance. If interested please stop by to sign up with Ms. Smith.
Reminder to Boys Soccer players: if you signed up for Impact Testing, please report to the upstairs computer lab in building 2 after school today.
Volleyball “SENIOR” night vs Matanzas is this Wednesday (Oct 10) in the gym. JV @ 5:30 and Varsity at 6:30pm. ADVANCE TICKETS are $3 and available from the Athletic Office or the Crab Shack during crab break in the gym. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Seabreeze Unified Sports. Come celebrate Volleyball seniors and cheer them on to a victory! Tickets go on sale tomorrow. Admission at the game: $5.
All girls interested in joining the weightlifting team: There will be a mandatory meeting on Thursday, in the gym during the first 15 minutes of lunch.
On behalf of Seabreeze Student Government and their advisor, Mrs. Campanella, we would like to thank students, faculty and staff for your participation in last week’s homecoming activities. A special congratulations to our 2018 Homecoming King and Queen, William Floyd and Shea Zweifel.
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. Today’s trivia question is: Whose flag has red and white stripes, a blue triangle, and one white star? 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.
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