Student's setting a great example!
Principal Krajewski received this email on Aug. 23, 2018 from a NSB citizen:
I just ran into some of your students eating lunch and wanted to inform you that they were so polite and offered to help with my order since I was with my small niece. We sat near them so she kept trying to interact with them and they all were so friendly, even at 2 years old, my niece noticed when they left and said "bye nice boys!"
Just thought you would like to know all the students representing your school today at Chic-fil-a were a great example.
Dali Museum's Student Surrealist Art Exhibit
Congratulations to the following art students for having artwork accepted to the Dali Museum's Student Surrealist Art Exhibit in St. Petersburg, FL. Their artwork will be featured at the museum from May 19 - August 26, 2018.
On Tuesday, March 20, New Smyrna Beach High School FFA students competed in District Ornamental Horticulture Demonstrations. Ustina Guirguis placed 1st in Artist Arrangement and will advance to the state competition. Melody Mitchum and Bradley Lewis placed 2nd in Landscaping; Frangelica O'Connor and Hannah Lindmeier placed 3rd in Consumer Use; and Ashleigh Roy and Ashley Murchison placed 3rd in Marketing. Congratulations to our FFA students!
Pictured above: Front row: Ashley Murchison and Ustina Guirguis; Back row: Ashleigh Roy, Frangelica O'Connor, Hannah Lindmeier, Melody Mitchum, Bradley Lewis, and Ms. Cara Marsicano.
NSBH Art Students Recognized at the Northeast Florida Scholastic Art Awards
NSBH art students won several awards at this year’s NEFSAA. The Scholastic website (artandwriting.org) describes their program:
“Since 1923, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards have recognized the vision, ingenuity, and talent of our nation’s youth, and provided opportunities for creative teens to be celebrated. Each year, increasing numbers of teens participate in the program, and become a part of our community—young artists and writers, filmmakers and photographers, poets and sculptors, video game artists and science fiction writers, along with countless educators who support and encourage the creative process.”
“Students across America submitted nearly 350,000 original works this year in 29 different categories of art and writing.”
“Through the Scholastic Awards, teens in grades 7–12 from public, private, or home schools can apply in 29 categories of art and writing for their chance to earn scholarships and have their works exhibited and published.”
Student Name-Work Title/Work Category/Award
Meaghan Flint Perfection/Infection Art Portfolio Gold Key
Rowan Lewis Oddities Art Portfolio Gold Key
emalee payne Deadly Sins Art Portfolio Gold Key
Kate Shif This is Life Art Portfolio Gold Key
Ashley Teagarden Aura Art Portfolio Gold Key
Ashley Teagarden A World Away Art Portfolio Gold Key
Caitlin Chiampou Generations Art Portfolio Silver Key
Caroline Crawford Distorted Intuition Art Portfolio Silver Key
emily minton Emily Minton Art Portfolio Silver Key
Allie Ogletree Beauty Paradox Art Portfolio Silver Key
Ally Stocker Fantasy Vs. Reality Art Portfolio Silver Key
Caitlin Chiampou Spring in Sepia Ceramics & Glass Gold Key
Hunter Hill Ocean of Space Ceramics & Glass Gold Key
Rowan Lewis Isometric Ceramics & Glass Gold Key
Rowan Lewis Crystal Piggybank Ceramics & Glass Gold Key
Rowan Lewis Sweeter than Honey Ceramics & Glass Gold Key
Rowan Lewis This Face of Mine Ceramics & Glass Gold Key
Allie Ogletree pool Digital Art Gold Key
Sofia Quinones The Shadows Digital Art Gold Key
Kate Shif Worn Digital Art Gold Key
Anna Stefanelli Ripples Digital Art Gold Key
Ashley Teagarden Childhood Drawing and Illustration Gold Key
Meaghan Flint Mephistopheles Mixed Media Gold Key
Ashley Teagarden Home Painting Gold Key
Meaghan Flint Muertadella Sculpture Gold Key
Rowan Lewis Rotten Sculpture Gold Key
Rowan Lewis Deprived Sculpture Gold Key, American Visions Nominee
Congratulations to our 2018 Outstanding Seniors!
HOSA Regional Competition Winners
The following students placed in the HOSA Regional Competition.
-Jade Ache - 1st place, Human Growth and Development
-Michael Troy Mitchum, 1st place Medical Law and Ethics
-Grail colon - 4th place, Medical Law and Ethics
-Katherine Diaz - 2nd place, Nutrition
-Brenda Hernandez-Cortes and Rebecca Freshour tied for 5th place in Transcultural Health Care
-Brooke Roberts and Cielo Dorcy - 2nd place, CRP and First Aid
-Tim Duguay and Taylor Hibel - 2nd place, Public Heath
-Nicholas Zois - 3rd place, Extemporaneous Health Poster
-Angel Campbell - 5th place, Medical Photography
-MacKenzie Coleman - 1st place, Heathly Lifestyle
-Will fox - 1st place, Researched Persuasive Writing and Speaking
-Cameryn Flanagan, Kate Dettra and Shilynn Higinbotham - 3rd place, Heath Education
Tim Duguay, Sarah Wilson, Cielo Dorcy and Nicole Salata qualified in the top 8 for Health Care Issues exam.
CUDA Athlete News
Lady Cuda Swimmers
11/11/17 - What a wonderful Saturday for Cuda athletes! We had Lady Cuda swimmers in Stuart competing in a state meet; Cross Country men in Tallahassee at a state meet; and Volleyball at Choctaw HS in Fort Walton Beach in the state semi-finals.
Here are their results:
Lady Cuda Swimmers: 4 athletes competed, Samantha Sydeski; Kalley Hoots; Jillian Malphurs; and Amanda Alfaro. The girls broke their own school record with a time of 1:42:99 in the 200 Free Relay. They cam in 13th place. Amanda Alfaro came in 12th place with a time of 53.43, I believe in the 100 Free.
Men's XC: 7 athletes competed. Payne Meyer, Aidan O'Gorman, Logan Horning, Mason Peeples, Austin Reheiser, Christian Ciccarello, Ricky Seberig, Time Duncan. The team placed 6th in the state with Payne Meyer 7th overall; Aidan O'Gorman 8th overall and Logan Horning 11th overall.
Lady Cuda Volleyball Team played in the Final Four on Saturday. Their season of 18-1 came to an end against Choctaw HS in the semi-final game. Please congratulate these students as they are district and regional champs and represented our school well in State playoffs.
Volusia County Fair 2017 Recognitions
Miss Volusia County Fair:
Top 10 Miss Volusia County Fair:
Brooke Miller- Stock Show Syndicate $1000
Ustina Guirguis- Elvin B. Daugharty $1000
Breeding Gilt Show:
Mason Coates- Grand Champion Gilt
Melody Mitchum- 1st place class winner
Brandy Smith- 2nd place class winner
Ashley Murchison- 6th place class winner
Sara Colombin- 2nd place class winner
Lilly Farrar- 6th place class winner
Breeding Sheep Show:
Brooker Miller- Grand Champion AOB, 3rd place class winner, showmanship finalist
Caitlin Oleary- Reserve Champion AOB, Showmanship finalist
Ustina Guirguis- 4th place class winner
Juliet Henning-2nd place class winner
Frangelica Oconnor- 2nd place class winner black face division, 4th place class winner white face division
Wyatt Eskew- 5th place class winner, 6th place class winner
Beef Heifer Show:
Melody Mitchum- Class winner
Ashley Murchison- 2nd place class winner
Gavin Thomas- 3rd place class winner, 5th place showmanship
Logan Selman- 4th place class winner, 3rd place showmanship
Craig Anzalone- 5th place class winner
Ashleigh Roy- Class winner, Division A champion, Reserve Overall heifer, Reserve Cow Calf pair
Ustina Guirguis- Class winner, Division B Reserve Champion, 3rd showmanship
Market Lamb Show:
Brooke Miller- 2nd place class winner, 4th overall champion, 3rd place showmanship
Ustina Guirguis- Class winner, 6th overall, showmanship finalist
Caitlin Oleary- 4th place class winner, showmanship finalist
Brianna Lewis- 8th place class winner
Hannah Meeks- 3rd place class winner
Hannah Lindmeier- 5th place class winner
Unity Day Cudas Unite!
October 25, 2017 - Unity Day at NSBHS was a day to acknowledge and support all the important causes that take place in the month of October:
Anti-Bullying, Breast Cancer Awareness, Disability Awareness, Autism Awareness, Down's Syndrome Awareness and Mix it Up at Lunch.
Students, faculty and staff had the opportunity to write a message of kindness and inspiration on a strip of colored paper of their choice. Each color represented a different cause. The strips of paper were then linked together to form a chain. A symbol of our unity, respect and support for all of these worthy causes. NSBHS students also wore red on this day to show their support!
Pictured below our Mrs. Outlaw's students showing their support!
1st Nine Week Nominees 17-18
The students below were nominated for "Incredible Cuda" for the 1st nine weeks. Congratulations!
Tamia (Mia) Sanders
Class of 2017 Recognizes Outstanding Seniors
Congratulations to the 20 outstanding seniors selected by the faculty for the Class of 2017. In order to be considered for this prestigious award, seniors had a list of criteria to meet which included conduct, citizenship, scholarship, extracurricular activities, and leadership. These "Outstanding Seniors of 2017" are club presidents, honor roll recipients, sports team captains and more. They are pictured below left to right.
Jamie Davis, Kori Spiropoulos, Jasmine Purkiss, Treyonna Coates, Madison Russo, and Judith Southerland
Brandon Igrec, Ryleigh Beaulieu, and Breonna Perrotta
Gabriella Senior, April O’Gorman, Alyssa Schwartz, Angel Curry, and Pedrito Delgado
Alexis Merrick, Sylvie Sorese, Megan Lawson, Aidia Bellafiore, Robert Levy, and Dawson Posick
Cole Harper, Brandon Igrec, Loren Hill and Kayla McNulty qualified for the State FFA Environmental Science Competition and represented New Smyrna Beach High School at the state level on January 17th. Our team took 6th place in the State of Florida. The competition components consisted of a Knowledge Practicum, an Identification of Flora and Fauna Practicum, a Problem Solving Practicum, and a Skills Practicum. The students did very well and Cole Harper was one of the top scorers in the state! Go environmental team!
Select the link below to view one of their PSA projects.
Sam Kirk Wins District Delgate!
Sam Kirk, a sophomore member of the team, won Outstanding Delegate at the Model United Nations district meet recently.
Students Honored at Cross Country Awards Banquet
Congratulations! Northeast Florida Scholastic Art Award 2017 Winners!
- Art recognitions (1).pdf (215.1 KBs)