Oct 11, 2016

posted Oct 11, 2016, 6:50 AM by Diana Thomas

Darby High School Daily Announcements

Oct 11, 2016


Lunch Today: Boneless Batwings (Chicken), Fruit & Veggie Bar Milk

  • Happy Birthday Mrs. Perlinger & Donavon Chaffin

  • Please stop by the High School and see mrs. Diana for your student ID.

  • Seniors, The annual ELKS Scholarship applications have just arrived.  This is a highly recommended application.  See Mr. Kohn to apply.

  • Picture Retakes Wed Oct 19th from 3:00 -6:00 PM and Thursday Oct 20th from 9:00 AM -5:00PM at Images By Stephens 306 S. 2nd St Hamilton MT 59840

  • HOSA Meeting Thursday @ 12:20 High School Library

  • The Adventure Based Learning Club is accepting applications for new members.  If you are interested in overnight hiking, backpacking and cross country skiing with the adventure club please find Mr. Olson or Lisa for an application. Membership is open to all high school students. Deadline for the winter adventures 2016/17 is November 1st.

Today:

  • JV-Freshman Volleyball in Darby at 4:15pm


Future Events:

Wednesday – October 12th     

  • AIM Higher Workshop in Missoula

  • Junior High & High School Cross Country meet in Missoula

  • Choir Field Trip to the University of Montana (tentative)


Thursday – October 13th   

  • Flexible Learning Day

  • Air Force Recruiter Visit (only for those interested students)

  • 4-H Meeting in the Cafeteria at 6:00pm


Friday – October 14th   

  • High School Volleyball in Supierior

  • Junior High Football in Darby at 4:00pm

  • Junior High Volleyball in Darby at 4:15pm


Saturday – October 15th     

  • High School Football in Victor at 1:00pm

  • High School Volleyball in Victor at 4:00pm (3 games)


Other notes and upcoming events ……

  • JV Football in Darby (Oct. 17th)

  • Family Fun Night (Oct. 17th)

  • End of 1st Quarter (Oct. 19th)

  • Parent/Teacher Organization Meeting (Oct. 19th)

  • Oct. 20th – “Senior Night” for Volleyball

  • No School (Oct. 20th & 21st)

  • Montana Rep Theatre (Nov. 8th)


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


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