Friday Dec 4, 2015

posted Dec 4, 2015, 7:54 AM by Kristina Gonzalez

Darby High School Daily Announcements

Lunch Today: Baked Potato Bar, Veggie Bar, Milk

Notices & Reminders:

  • Mad props and kudos and snaps and claps and all that jazz to last week’s student of the week, Evangeline Campbell!

  • Sophomores!  If you are interested in attending HOBY (the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Seminar) get an application from Mr. Dufresne as soon as possible.  Application deadline is December 11th.

  • The Bitterroot Red Sox baseball team will have sign-ups on Wednesday from 6 to 8 PM at the Hamilton fire hall.

  • HOSA Meeting Thursday Dec 10th- 12:20 in the Library

  • ASVAB results will be delivered and interpreted for the juniors and seniors that took the test this year.  US military representatives will be here on the 10th at 11:20 to deliver the results.

  • There will be a free pizza lunch for the students and staff that are mentoring a student as part of the mentor program on Wednesday, December 9th during your lunch period.  This is a thank you for your volunteer time in helping a student.

  • The December 12th ACT test is next week.  Mr. Rennaker and Mrs. Burdette are offering free ACT Prep.  Wednesday Mrs. Burdette will offer English/Reading/Writing prep at 7:30 & Thursday Mr, Rennaker will offer math prep at 7:30 am and.  This is open to any 8-12 student that is planning on taking the ACT.

Today’s Events:

  • HS Boys Basketball vs West Yellowstone at Frenchtown - 2:00pm Start- Bus leaves at 8AM

  • HS Girls Basketball vs Charlo at Frenchtown - 3:30pm Start Bus at 8AM

Future Event:

Saturday – December 5th  

  • Junior High Boys Basketball vs Lone Rock (in Darby) 10:00am Start

  • HS Boys Basketball vs Two Eagle at Frenchtown - 9:30am Start

  • JV Boys Basketball vs Arlee at Valley Christian – 2:00pm Start

  • HS Girls Basketball vs Plains at Frenchtown – 5:00pm Start

December 12th: ACT Test

December 22nd: End of Second Quarter

Happy Mrs. Hansen!!!

Darby Tigers are positive, respectful, responsible, safe, and they graduate.