October 26, 2018

posted Oct 26, 2018, 7:23 AM by Kristina Gonzalez

Darby High School Daily Announcements

Oct 26th 2018

Lunch: Beef Stroganoff, Salad & Fruit Bar and Milk


  • The Pep Bus is leaving today at 12:50. Be there with signed permission slips and money for admission to the tournament.

  • District Volleyball Tournament in Valley Christian today, October 26 and Saturday the 27th.

  • Football in Shelby on Saturday, October 27th at 1:00

  • There will be a girls and boys basketball meeting Monday at 12:30 in the high school gym. All interested please attend.

  • Since it is Red Ribbon week, mentors please do not forget to give out your Red Ribbon Week baggies!

  • It is White Ribbon Week. Do not forget to wear your white ribbons all week to raise awareness for Domestic Violence.

  • Today is the last day to sign up for The University of Montana & Missoula College campus tour scheduled for Friday, November 2nd.  Students interested in going must sign up in Mrs. Thomason’s office and return permission slips by Monday.

  • All high school students that are planning on taking the December ACT must register before November 2nd online.  Seniors will not get another chance to take the test after this. See Mr. Kohn for information to register for the test.  

  • Don’t forget to go to the Darby Music website to listen to our Podcasts, Ep. 2 is called Lorentzen.

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

  • Madison Nelson, Daniel Muir, and Madelyn Shepherd are our red ticket winners today.  Thanks for you good behavior. See Mrs. McCrossin to pick from the prize box!

Upcoming Events:

  • Jostens will be on campus on November 5th to meet with the Junior and Senior classes. Stay tuned for further information.

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

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