GOOD MORNING SANDCRABS! HERE ARE YOUR DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS…4/19/2018

**GENERAL**

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.”

 

Driver’s Ed – The driver’s ed information packets are now available in the Guidance office.  Sign up for the class will be in May.

 

Practice is required to sit for the EOC.EOC FSA review sessions for Algebra 1 and Geometry will take place on Tuesday and Thursday this week, after school until 4:00 in Mr. Knutson’s room 4-203 for Algebra and in Mrs. Beebe’s room 4-201 for geometry.

 

Attention Juniors who are enrolled in US History - Review sessions are being offered on the following dates:  Today,  April 19th, from  3-4 with Mrs. LeBlanc, April 24th with Mr. Norvell from 3-5, and April 26 with Mrs. LeBlanc from 3-5.  Please see your teacher to sign up. 

 

Biology End--of-Course Exam Review will be  Monday and Wednesday after school until 4pm in 7-112.  Come have fun and get ready for the big test!

 

**SENIORS**

There will be a JOB FAIR for graduating seniors Apr 23rd from 6 – 8pm at Atlantic H.S. auditorium and on Apr 26th from 6 – 8pm at University H.S. auditorium.  Get a chance to meet with local businesses looking to hire you.  Learn about apprenticeship and how CareerSource Flagler Volusia can help you navigate your career.  There will be raffles and giveaways, first drawing at 6pm.  Don’t forget to dress for success and bring multiple copies of your resume.

 

The David Mustin Foundation will award a onetime scholarship in the amount of $1,000.  This award is being offered to one deserving high school female athlete and one deserving male athlete who have overcome a hardship and will continue his/her education at a 4-year university or community college.  See Mrs. Smith in Guidance for details.  Deadline is May 3, 2018.

 

Attention seniors:  Interested in speaking at graduation? If so, see Mrs. Paul in room 9-003 by Friday, April 20th, for audition details.

 

**SPORTS**

All football players participating in Spring Football, you will get your equipment after school today.

 

The Seabreeze boys tennis team won 9 straight matches to end the regular season with a record of 9-3. We finished the season with a third place finish in the District tournament. Outstanding play in the District tournament came from James Vuille-Kowing as he won his first 2 matches at number 1 singles making the finals for the second straight year. James and Collin West also won two matches getting into the finals of the number 1 doubles for the second year in a row. Alex Foege won his first match making it into the semi-finals at number 3 singles and with Luciano Castellano at number 2 doubles after winning their first match also going to the semi-finals. John Myers won his first match going to the semi-finals at number 5 singles. It was a great year and all members of the team should be proud of their contributions in making it a fantastic success. GO BREEZE!!

 

All girls trying out for volleyball:  Remember your camp deposit is due no later than this Friday, April 20th !!  Reserve your spot before you miss out.

 

**CLUB/ORGANIZATIONS**

There will be an FFEA meeting today, in room 4-108 at 11:00 a.m.

 

Attention Key Club Seniors.  The Kiwanis Club of Ormond Beach is offering a Key Club Scholarship to a deserving graduating senior.  Applications are available in Mr. Goldstone’s room, 3-204.  To be eligible, you must currently be a member of Key Club.  Applications are due Monday, April 23rd. 

 

Attention Seniors and JuniorsProm Tickets are available to purchase on LINE (OSP-Online School Purchasing), or from  Mrs. Campanella in 6-105 starting at lunchtime until end of the school day. Tickets are $40.  If purchasing  your ticket on line, you MUST bring a copy of the receipt to Mrs. Campanella’s room to pick up the actual hand copy ticket/invitation.  Tickets WILL NOT be sold the day of prom.   FORMAL WEAR IS REQUIRED.   No admittance to Prom after 10pm. 

 

Attention anyone interested in participating in a school talent show, there will be tryouts today, at lunch in the auditorium.  The talent show will be on May 25th in the auditorium with all proceeds going to the Halifax Humane Society.  The top 3 winners of the talent show will be given prizes.  If you are interested in signing up for today’s auditions please stop by Mr. Bailey’s classroom 4-204 before lunch to give your name and what your talent will be for the audition.

 

Seabreeze Italian American club is meeting today, the first half of lunch. Please be on time.

 

We the People will meet today at lunch for a special presentation by a United States Veteran, in 9-007, Ms. Kepner’s room.

 

**SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS**

BE” Campaign. Reminding everyone to Be Aware, Be Kind, and Be the Face of Good.  We have 10 winners from the BE AWARE contest.  Clues were given and the answer was:  POINSETTIA. Congratulations Daria Hughes, Cody Parks, Julia Albright, Kirk Moal, Brianna Bergeron, Tim Moore, Jack Bellanca,,Fletcher Hayden, Anna Ariani, and Daniel Defeo.  Please stop by room 6-105 to receive your $5 gift card to Chick-Fil-A. Great job of being aware!  Today, our “BE” campaign will conclude with a Panoramic photo of students and staff wearing the “BE” Campaign shirts during crab break. T-shirts are still available for a $5 donation in Room 6-105. The donation will be used to support our fellow students. Come get yours before crab break!

 

In honor of National ASL day and Deaf awareness month, we’d like to share some facts and information about American Sign Language and the Deaf community.  Babies, whether deaf or hearing, can communicate using sign language 6-8 months earlier than spoken language develops.  Sign language is a great way for a baby to communicate and for a parent to build language and read to a child before he/she can even learn to speak.

 

Tonia Morgan, Activities Director

Seabreeze High School

386-258-4674 ext. 54651

www.seabreezehigh.org