Monday March 7, 2016

posted Mar 7, 2016, 6:56 AM by Diana Thomas

Darby High School Daily Announcements


Lunch Today: White Bean & Chicken Chili w/cornbread, Salad Bar and Milk

Notices & Reminders:

  • Congrats to this week’s student of the week, SARAH COSTELLO!

  • Reminder for any boys that are turning 18.   The law requires you to register for the Selective Service. It takes less than 5 minutes.  See Mr. Gideon or Mr. Kohn to register.

  • Any student interested in Tennis, there will be a Parents meeting in Mr. May’s JR high classroom on the evening of Tuesday, March 8th at 6:30 PM

  • Any boys interested in playing golf needs to see Coach Marsh sometime today.

  • 4-H Robotics Training - Building and Programming with Lego EV3 When:  Saturday, March 19 Location:  Missoula Extension Time;  9 AM - 4 PM, Lunch Provided Cost:  $5 for participants age 8 and up, registration deadline is March 16. Presented by:  Gregg Switzer, Extension 4-H Learn about 4-H Robotics, and how to build and program Lego® Mindstorms EV3 robots like a pro so you can teach your club or program. No experience necessary!

  • April is National Poetry Month and The Darby Community Public Library is sponsoring a poetry contest!  Cash awards!!!  $25 for first place, $15 for second place and $10 for third place.   Submit your entry on one 8 1/2 x 11 sheet with your name, your grade and the date on the back of the page by April 8th.  You may submit your entries to Mr. Dufresne.  Time to reconnect with your muse and get your poetry on.

Today:

  • CRT Testing 8th & 10th

Future Events:

Tuesday March 8th

  • Junior High Girls Basketball at Lone Rock (4:00pm start)

  • CRT Testing 8th & 10th

Wednesday March 9th

  • CRT Testing 8th & 10th

Thursday March 10th

  • CRT Testing 8th & 10th

  • Junior High Girls Basketball in Darby (4:15pm start) & Winter Sports Award Banquet

Friday March 11th

  • CRT Testing 8th & 10th

  • End of the 3rd Quarter

Sunday March 13th – Daylight Saving Times Begins


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


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