Friday, October 2, 2015

posted Oct 2, 2015, 7:05 AM by Kristina Gonzalez

Daily Announcements

Lunch Today:  Baked Potato Bar, Fruit & Veggie Bar, Milk

Notices & Reminders:

  • Mad Props to this last week’s student of the week, Aaron Hansen AND this  week’s student of the week, Lily Lang.  The school appreciates your continued effort to be positive representatives of the Darby High School community.

  • POWER OF PINK- Tonight, Friday Oct 2, 2015 @ 6:30 PM Victor PAC. Singing, Skits and Dancers: Come and help support Breast Cancer awareness.

  • Jostens is coming down to Today Oct 2nd to collect orders from the junior and senior class

  • The D Club is now taking orders for School Sweatshirts, Cost: $35 they must be ordered and paid for by Today October 2, 2015.

  • Darby Schools is fired up to send students to MBI Youth Days for the first time!  If you haven’t seen the posters hanging around the school get your nose out of your electronic devices and pay attention to the world around you!  Information about the application process is coming soon!

  • Order your Krispy Kreme donuts today from a Spanish Club Member!  Krispy Kreme donut orders and money due back in on October 8th.  Delivery to Mrs. P’s room after school on the 12th.

  • Anyone interested in he Honor society needs to pick up an application from Mr. Olson by October 9th.

  • We will have a D-club meeting in Mr Olson's room on Wednesday October 7th during the last 15 minutes of 6th period (1:30-1:45).

Today’s Events:

  • Junior High Football in Darby (4pm start)

  • High School Football in Darby (7pm start)

  • Junior High Volleyball at Victor (Bus leaves at 2:45pm)

Future Events:

  • Saturday – Oct. 3 High School Cross Country at Hamilton (10am Start) Bus leaves at 8am

    • Junior High Volleyball at Valley Christian (1pm Start) Bus leaves at 11am

    • High School Volleyball at Valley Christian – Varsity Only (4pm Start) Bus leaves at 1pm

Happy Birthday Gabe Hanson on Saturday!!!
Darby Tigers are positive, respectful, responsible, safe, and they graduate.