Monday, May 18th, 2015

posted May 18, 2015, 7:36 AM by Kristina Gonzalez

Daily Announcements

Lunch today: Tater Tot Casserole, Fruit, Salad Bar, Milk

Notices & Reminders:

  • School Countdown: Seniors: 4, 8th Grade: 8, Rest of the School: 10.5

  • Harback Volleyball Camp, given by Casrmen Harbach will be June 15-17 at Darby High School for Girls grades 4th-12th. Cost: grade 4th- 8th $55 and Grades 9th - 12th $65. Registration is sheet at the High School Front Office. The registration and Camp Fee must be turned in to Darby High School by Friday May 29th. Forms Available at the High School office.

  • All students who have a laptop checked out to them, and who are not using the laptop, please turn it into Mr. Bridges.

  • Seniors please get your graduation roses paid for.

Today’s Events:

  • None

Heads Up For Tomorrow

  • None

Sports Update:

  • Softball: Lacey and Lauren were competing with Hamilton this weekend and they won the Divisional Championship, and they will be traveling to Anaconda this week to compete at State!!

  • Golf: Cory finished 5 places better than a year ago, finishing 10th place and making All State again!!  

  • Tennis: Girls - Breanna, Casey, and Jessi all competed at State this weekend after taking second place at divisionals last weekend.  Breanna won her first match at state and then lost her next two.  Casey and Jessi had a bye their first match and then lost their next two. Boys - Blake, Kyle, and Zach all lost their first match, won their second, and lost their third match in singles.  Aaron and Pith lost both matches at state.  

  • Track: Track had an outstanding weekend, with 9 athletes moving on to State this weekend:

    • Keely (100, 200, 400, 400 relay, 1600 relay) NEW DIVISIONAL RECORD in 400

    • Tori (LJ, 400 relay, 1600 relay)

    • Lily (1600, 3200, 400 relay, 1600 relay)

    • Maya (400 relay and 1600 relay)

    • Seanna (3200)


    • John (Jav)

    • Kye (300 Hurdles)

    • Evan (1600, 3200)

  • Rugby- Gabe Hansen -Rugby team took 2nd at State.

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