Friday, December 12, 2014

posted Dec 12, 2014, 7:13 AM by Kristina Gonzalez
Daily Announcements

Lunch today: Meatball-Sub,  Fruit. Salad Bar

Notices & Reminders:
  • On Dec 19th the Darby Student Council will be hosting the 2014 Sweethearts Dance. Don’t wait to buy your tickets they are $3 for a single and $5.00 for a couples. If you buy the tickets at the door they will be $4 for single and $7 for couples. This years theme is “A Starry Night”, this event will include Dancing, Photo Booth, Spinning Wheel, Food and more!! See Mr. P for more information.
  • The Special Olympics team is hosting a fundraiser.  Home made and donated crafts by the team members, their family and Darby staff members will be on sale in the Life Skills room across from the office from 8:00 to the first bell and at lunch.  Check it out and support our Special Olympic athletes!
  • Anyone interested in buying D Club Sweatshirts for $35 see Delaney or Mr. Olsen. To receive a sweatshirts you must be signed up and paid for today December 12th. 
  • Hey Soccer Fans! A reminder that tonight (Thursday 12/11) there is registration for anyone who would like to play on the Ravalli United Soccer Teams. This is open to all players ages 10-18. Come to Higher Ground Brewery from 4-8 pm tonight and get free pizza, $10 discount on your registration fee, try on the new uniforms and meet players and coaches.
  • Darby High School would like to wish the best to each of the high school students that are taking the ACT and SAT tests this weekend in Hamilton and Missoula.  Hard work pays off.  Go get it done Tigers!
  • Senior applications are ready for the Governor's Best and Brightest scholarships and Honor scholarships. See Mr. Kohn if you would like to apply.  Some of these scholarships are worth over $30,000
Today’s Events: 
  • WR @ Butte
  • VAR Bball @ Plains (Noxon BG) bus leaves at 8AM
Heads up for Tomorrow:
  • ACT and SAT tests
  • VAR WR @ Butte 9AM
  • JV WR @ Hamilton 9AM
  • JV BB @ Plains vs Plains 8:30AM
  • VAR BB @ Plains vs T-Falls
Darby Tigers are positive, respectful, responsible, safe, and they graduate.