Tuesday, December 16, 2014

posted Dec 16, 2014, 6:59 AM by Niki Talley
Daily Announcements

Lunch today: Beef Stroganoff,  Fruit. Salad Bar

Notices & Reminders:
  • On Dec 19th the Darby Student Council will be hosting the 2014 Sweethearts Dance. Don’t wait to buy your tickets they are $3 for a single and $5.00 for a couples. If you buy the tickets at the door they will be $4 for single and $7 for couples. This years theme is “A Starry Night”, this event will include Dancing, Photo Booth, Spinning Wheel, Food and more!! See Mr. P for more information.
  • The Special Olympics team is hosting a fundraiser.  Home made and donated crafts by the team members, their family and Darby staff members will be on sale in the Life Skills room across from the office from 8:00 to the first bell and at lunch.  Check it out and support our Special Olympic athletes!
  • Senior applications are ready for the Governor's Best and Brightest scholarships and Honor scholarships. See Mr. Kohn if you would like to apply.  Some of these scholarships are worth over $30,000
  • Next week Darby School will be sponsoring a food drive. Within the school we will be competing between classes to see who can bring the most food. We will also be competing as a School against Victor School. The school that collects the most food will win. The winner will be announced at Thursday’s Basketball Game. Bring your food donations to you class advisor. All food must be in by Thursday morning.
  • Casey Smith, Savannah Gabbert, Jesse Finks, and Brianna Hurst Sanders did a fine job of interviewing for the summer HOBY Camp.  Congratulations to Jesse Finks for being selected as the scholarship winner from Darby.  Savannah Gabbert was awarded a half price scholarship as well.  
  • The 7th and 8th grade Christmas dance will be held at 1:30 in the cafeteria on Friday.  Students are encouraged to bring canned food for reduced admission.    
Today’s Events: 
  • StuCo Meeting at lunch
  • Heads up for Tomorrow:
Darby Tigers are positive, respectful, responsible, safe, and they graduate.