GOOD MORNING SANDCRABS! HERE ARE YOUR DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS…12/10/2018                                  


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.”


Juniors and Seniors that sat for the Reading FSA for graduation in September, can now receive scores from guidance at lunch, crab break, and after school.  Pick up your FSA score before you register for an ACTNCR test!


Students who are taking classes at DSC starting in January, please bring a copy of your Spring DSC schedule to the Media Center.


Students, are you in need of a “Free” laptop? Hurry to see Mrs. Ingram in building 6 room 206 for details on how to get one. Searching for students to participate in the NCNW Brain Bowl to be held February 2019 at Daytona State College.


Project 396 is looking for new members!   Project 396 is YMCA sponsored group mentoring program for high school students in Volusia County. Project 396 meets every Tuesday at Seabreeze in building 7 room 112. Some of the topics include, job applications, how to do taxes, goals, public speaking and also, what the students are interested in learning about. Project 396 provides support to students during their high school years, serving as a safe space for students to learn and express themselves. In addition to our meetings, we go on two camping trips (we have one coming up at the end of January!), college tours, and more during the school year. Students also receive a free YMCA membership after joining.  Consider attending our next meeting tomorrow, during lunch and check us out!


Seabreeze High School has been creating calendars of original student etchings and engravings for almost sixty years.  We are one of the only high schools in the nation that has a full printmaking studio with etching, engraving, and aquatint. This year we have our calendar on sale for $12. Calendars are for sale on the Seabreeze Web Store and from Mrs. Botkin in room 5-105.  These beautiful calendars make incredible gifts for the holidays.  You can own eight exquisite images from Seabreeze artists.  Consider purchasing your calendar now before they run out.


2nd Semester OFF CAMPUS LUNCH ID:  permission forms for 2nd semester off campus lunch ID’s are available to ONLY “eligible” sophomores, juniors and seniors.  Pick up permission forms from the  Activities office, Student Resources or you can  download the form from the school’s website.  To receive your 2nd semester off campus lunch ID, the permission form must be signed by a parent or guardian and turned into the activities office and pay $10 on or before Dec 19th.  If you do not take care of this prior to the holidays you will not be able to go off campus for lunch when your return from break.   NOTE: to be eligible, a student must not have 10 or more tardies/absences combined for 5th period from the first semester.


Driver’s Ed – Seabreeze will NOT have a driver’s ed class in the Spring.   Information brochures listing the schools providing the class are now available in the Guidance office.  Sign up for the class will be in January.


Students/Faculty/Administrators:  Friday, is our Annual Ugly Holiday Dress Up Day. With the many events occurring during the festive season, we know you will have plenty of options in your closet to choose from. We encourage ugly holiday sweaters, t shirts, vests, and socks! Please start planning now and don’t forget to be in the Yearbook picture at BREAK!!





The Seabreeze boys soccer teams picked up wins against district rival Pine Ridge this past Thursday night. JV kicked off the evening winning 5-1.  The varsity team started off a bit slow until senior Ben Hartsell got a free kick to drop for the first score. Junior Eli Juezan Added a goal. However the night belonged to senior Nate Thompson who scored his first hat trick of the season to propel the Sandcrabs to a 5–0 victory.  Senior Will Crotty, Junior Chris Kelley and sophomore Chase Doucette all contributed to help preserve the shutout. Seniors Carver Galloway and Dillon Vollinger along with Junior Tanner Barnwell turned in great performances.  The boys soccer team played a Saturday match away at Flagler Palm Coast High School. JV picked up a 1-1 draw, on a free kick goal from Frazer Cross. The Varsity team picked up another win, posting another shutout victory. Senior Nate Thompson narrowly missed a hat trick in the first half with the FPC goalkeeper saving two certain goals, but Thompson got one to fall and the Crabs took a 1-0 lead into halftime. In the second half, the boys continued to press and Thompson won a penalty kick only to have the FPC goalkeeper make a save.  Thompson would not be denied however, and minutes later outjumped the keeper on a set piece and scored a header.  Hard work from junior Kris Hogan helped the boys to keep the pressure on and when junior Chris Kelley worked his way up the right flank and beat his defender, he calmly played a central pass to the attacking Thompson who dribbled the keeper and slotted home from close range his third goal. Seniors Connor Rioux, Ben Hartsell, Carver Galloway, and Will Crotty combined with junior Tanner Barnwell, Sophomores Chase Doucette and Andres Torres to lock things down defensively. Junior Eli Juezan and Senior Dillon Vollinger added attacking support in the middle. Senior Goalkeeper Cameron Bowling posted another clean sheet. The Varsity team is 9-0 and has important district games against Leesburg and Taylor this week. Go Breeze!


Seabreeze Wrestling had an awesome weekend at "The Clash of the Titans Tournament" at University High School. Seabreeze took 7th out of 16 teams. Congrats to varsity:  106- Joe Kent 5th place, 113- Cynder Melton 4th place, 132- Taylor Sturgeon 4th place, 145- Brock Roberts taking 3rd place and 285- Akarri Davis 3rd place.  JV wrestler, Nathan Boyd went 4-0 to win the Gold on Friday!  Excellent job team!!  Please come out and support the team tomorrow (Tuesday) at Chipotle from  4 p.m. -8 p.m. Be sure you tell them that you are there to support our wrestlers!!  Go Breeze!



FCA will have their Christmas Celebration in the large conference room on Wednesday at lunch.  See you there!


SGA and SHS Ambassadors are working together on a new campaign called “POSITIVE WORDS”. This campaign focusses on raising awareness of how a simple POSITIVE word can make all the difference. You may notice on campus various posters promoting the word SMILE. It’s amazing how a simple smile can make someone’s day. Look for other promotional ideas playing out at the hand of SGA and SHS Ambassadors, both on and off campus before holiday break!

Tonia Morgan

Activities Director

Seabreeze High School

386-258-4674 ext. 54651