Tuesday September 1, 2015

posted Sep 1, 2015, 7:50 AM by Diana Thomas

Daily Announcements


Lunch today: BBQ Pork Sandwich, Fruit, Salad Bar, Milk

Notices & Reminders:

  • JH student council elections will be in the HS gym 3rd period on Tuesday, Sept 1st.  All 7th and 8th grade students are to attend

  • HS student council elections will be in the HS gym 4th period on Tuesday, Sept 1st.  All 9-12 grade students are to attend.

  • All K-12 students need 2 doses of the Varicella (Chicken Pox) vaccination by October 1st. Notices of missing shots will go home by the end of this week.

  • All Valley High School Dance Sept 2nd 8PM - 11PM in the Grandstands at the Ravalli County Fair. You must pay the Ravalli County  Fair Gate fee to get into the Dance.

  • "The MAPS Media Institute is a free-of-charge, after school media arts program in Hamilton, MT. It is an independent non-profit that has been educating Montana's youth since 2004. MAPS is dedicated to empowering young minds through creativity, communication skills, confidence and inspiration. 32 weeks of classes are offered throughout the school year in Filmmaking, Design, Technology, Music and Entrepreneurship. For more information, please visit http://mapsmediainstitute.com or call 381-7230."

  • No School Sept 3rd, 4th, & 7th

  • Hunters Safety Sign Up September 7th @ 6:00 PM in Darby School Lunch Room.

Today’s Events:

  • Student Council Elections

Future Events:

  •  Thursday (9/3): High School Volleyball against Valley in Darby (Beginning at 5:30pm) There will only be a Varsity game.  Valley does not have a JV team.

  • Thursday (9/3): Cross Country Meet in Missoula: Bus leaves at 1:15pm

  • Friday (9/4): High School Football in Darby vs Plains (Kick-off at 7pm)

  • Friday (9/4): Junior High Football in Darby vs Arlee (Kick-off at 3pm)

  • Saturday (9/5): High School Volleyball at Seeley (Begins at 4pm)

  • Tuesday (9/8): High School Football at Plains Bus leaves at Noon

  • Tuesday (9/8): Junior High Volleyball at Valley Bus leaves at 2:15pm

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


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