Announcements, Monday

March 13, 2017


The March Scholarship Letter is now available! You can find it on: the high school counseling page of the school website, the Student Government Twitter, or the School Counseling Twitter.

If you are interested in taking the ASVAB, it will be offered at P.K. Yonge on March 29th at 2:45 PM in the Community Classroom.  Please let Ms. Bryen know if you plan on attending.


Congratulations to the lacrosse team on their 13-5 win against GHS on Friday night. This win clinches a spot in the district playoffs. Congratulate a lacrosse player today!!

Congratulations to the Blue Wave Track & field team for their outstanding
performance in two cities this past weekend. The middle school team
competed in the Bolles Invitational in Jacksonville where they were led
in scoring by the boys 4×100 meter relay team of Greg Maxwell, Alex
Barnett, Adrain Sermon and Kenyarda Feathers with a 1st place finish.
Rolaundus Watson was 1st in the 100 meter hurdles. Ian Flores & Kiran
Jaishanker were 2nd in the 1600 meter & 800 meter runs. The sprint medley team of Nymera Presley, Keyauri Mosley, Yasmin Newman and Chloe MacLauren led the girls with a 2nd place finish. Zuriel Reed was 2nd in the 200 meter dash.

On Saturday, at the Santa Fe invitational Track meet in Alachua, Kailya
Jackson and Coleman Tadrowski led the varsity team with 1st place
finishes in their events. Kailya was 1st in the 300 meter hurdles and 2nd
in the long jump. Coleman was 1st in the 1600 meter run and 1st in the
800 meter run. Both Blue Wave teams will combine and travel to Oak Hall
on Wednesday to compete in the Alachua County Track and Field
Go Blue Wave!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Cheerleaders will be selling $1.00 sno-cones on Tuesdays and Thursday’s right after school at the cafeteria all spring. Please come out and support the cheerleading program!

Good Luck to our Varsity Baseball Team vs. Oak Hall today at 5pm.



Attention all 6-8 graders:  If you are interested in making a movie from the book, Tampa Boy, please come to auditions tomorrow   in Mr. Cunningham’s room I-109.  You will have the opportunity to be an extra, a set designer, or a director.  For more information please see Mr. Cunningham, Miles Cooper or Shelby Cooper.


Health Smart Campaign

Today’s Health Smart Reminder: Not only does water help you look healthy on the outside, it also protects the most important organ in your body as well—your heart. According to a study over the span of six years, those who drank at least five glasses of water per day were 41 percent less likely to suffer from a heart attack than those who drank two glasses or less each day.



Florida Spanish State Conference

Please congratulate our students that competed at the Florida Spanish State Conference:

They got 3rd Place in their division

Theater Play- Outstanding:  Francisco Aguirre, Ana Cavalcante, Valeria Febo and Dariannie Merced

Ana Cavalcante, Jenina Yutuc,  Kenechi Anumba, Dariannie Merced, Julian Febo, Santiago Gonzalez-Palo, Francisco Aguirre, Elif Kilic, Ma. Sofia Donato and Nikita Thakor

Gabriella Leiva, Valeria Febo, Kevin Concha and Maria Martin

Sophia Walker and Victoria Malinowski

Jenina Yutuc, Sophia Walker and Elif Kilic

Gabriella Leiva and Santiago Gonzalez-Palo

Victoria Malinowski

Traditional Dress:
Gabriella Leiva: 3rd Place

Art work:
Scrapbook: Jenina Yutuc 1st Place
T-shirt competition (representing competition theme): Elif Klic: 1st Place
Cultural Poster: Victoria Malinowski 2nd Place

National Breakfast Week

Congratulations to Janelle Morant – she won the Fit Bit for National School Breakfast Week!

Performing Arts

Congratulations to Vocal Ensemble and Women’s Ensemble who competed at Festival Disney this weekend in Orlando. Both Groups received superiors for their performance. In addition, Women’s Ensemble received Best in Class and the Silver Mickey taking second place. Congratulations to all members of these two Outstanding Vocal Performing Arts’ ensembles.

Words of Wisdom

Imagine what it would be like if everyone cheated their way through school. Here’s the deal with cheating. If you cheat once and you don’t get caught, it’s a lot easier to cheat again. Sooner or later you’ll get caught. Then you’re in trouble, and not just with others, but with yourself because when you cheat, the person you cheat the most is yourself.
Sophocles wrote: “I would prefer even to fail with honor than to win by cheating.” Unfortunately, surveys indicate that cheating is a big problem in our schools. The attitude that cheating is okay could bring natural consequences that could damage your future.
With something to think about, make it a great day. The choice is yours.




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