November 12, 2018

posted Nov 12, 2018, 7:35 AM by Kristina Gonzalez

Darby High School Daily Announcements

Nov 12th 2018

Lunch: Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, Salad & Fruit Bar and Milk


  • Veteran’s Day Assembly in the High School Gym at 10:00 AM.

  • Any student who parked their car in the first row of the student parking lot please go move them now to make room for the Veterans who will be arriving shortly before 10 am.

  • Reminder: Travel Club pie money due Today!

  • ASVAB for all Juniors and Seniors who wish to retake the test tomorrow, Tuesday, November 13th. It will take place in Ms. Shaffer’s room starting at 8:20 and ending at 11:30.

  • MSU Bozeman will be on campus Wednesday, November 14th from 8-8:30 in the Library.

  • Junior High Boys Basketball November 13th versus Lone Rock in Darby at 4:30

  • Junior High Boys Basketball November 15th versus Valley Christian in Darby at 4:30

  • Seniors, the annual Elks Scholarship application has arrived.  Scholarships are available for up to $50,000. Deadline is Thursday, November 15th. See Mr. Kohn for an application.

  • Bitterroot College will be hosting an information session on the benefits of Dual Enrollment, including what Dual Enrollment is, how it works, etc. on November 15 from 6pm - 7:30pm at the Bitterroot College.  All parents of high school students (public, private, homeschool) are welcome and encouraged to attend!
    Register online at<> or call 375-0100.

  • The Audio Production Class will be holding its second Debate on Friday, November 16th @ 9am in the Music Room. This time around students from Darby will be debating what is the best sport to play and why. There will be a portion of the debate for an audience question and answer. Head on down and show your support for the debaters and your favorite sport!

Upcoming Events:

  • Fall Sports practices begin November 15th. You must have a completed Athletic Packet and player fee turned into the High School office before the first day of practice.

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