September 7th, 2018

posted Sep 6, 2018, 2:52 PM by Kristina Gonzalez

Darby High School Daily Announcements

Sept 7th, 2018

Lunch: Chili and Cornbread with Honey Butter, Salad Bar, Fruit and Milk


  • Cross Country Meet in Kalispell at 2:00

  • Volleyball versus Lincoln tonight at 4:00

  • Homecoming Dance in the Red Bench hallway following the Volleyball Game

  • There is a leadership opportunity for a couple of high school students to be on the the Governor's committee for childhood hunger.  If you are interested in meeting the governor in Helena and being part of this see Mr. Kohn for an application.

  • Skate club is firing back up!  If you skateboard or are interested in skateboarding, see Mr. Dufresne for details.

  • Darby Installation Art: The Darby Art students will be displaying installation art in and around the school from August 27 to September 7. The art will be placed in specific areas and is designed to bring happiness, curiosity, and wonder to areas that may usually be overlooked.

  • It’s BLACK-OUT DAY.  Teachers, all who students who dressed up will be released at 8:35 to the red bench hallway for a photo.

  • Fall college visit sign up sheet is in Lucille Thomason's office.  Campus visits available include; MSU, U of M, MT Tech and associated 2-year campuses.   Sites visited will be set based on interest. Deadline to sign up is Tuesday, Sept. 18th.

  • MAPS Institute Community Open House to be held September 12th from 4:30-6:30 pm.  Lucille will be driving and provide transportation for up to 7 students. Please stop by her office to sign up.  Information on the MAPS Institute is available on the College & Career bulletin board outside her office and sign up sheet is inside her office.  Deadline to sign up is Monday, Sept. 10th.

Upcoming Events:

  • Homecoming Parade Saturday at 10:00 at Water Street ending at the High School

  • Booster Club BBQ followed by the Football game versus Plains at 1:00 PM, with the crowning of Homecoming royalty at Halftime!

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