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posted Apr 14, 2016, 2:29 PM by Diana Thomas

    Darby High School Daily Announcements

Friday, 15th, 2016


Lunch Today: Taco Bar

Notices & Reminders:

  • Have you purchased a Spanish Club gift basket raffle ticket yet?!?!  You should!  So many great prizes.

  • If you are interested in being a Special Olympics buddy for the spring Special Olympics, talk to Mr. D.  Being a buddy is a wonderful example of volunteerism.  It’s always extremely rewarding.

  • Congrats to last week’s student of the week, Ethan Nelson!  Well done, sir.

  • ACT  Pretest computer sheet work will be at 9:00 am on Monday the 18th with Mr. Kohn.   All juniors must attend or make individual arrangements with Mr. Kohn.  ACT test will be Tuesday the 19th

for all juniors unless you are gone on Mr. Gideon's trip.

  • WEAR ORANGE WEDNESDAY: As part of the national Fight Childhood Hunger Week movement to take action and raise awareness about this important issue. This event is simple. Just put on some of your favorite orange colored gear, tell your friends to do the same, take a photo of yourselves, and post it to the Montana No Kid Hungry

  • Happy Birthday to Sierra Ragen.

  • School Daze Countdown: Seniors- 28 Days 8th Grade - 32 Days Rest of the Students: 33 Days

Todays Events

  • Bow Hunter Safety Class in the High School Library at 5:30pm

  • Mid-Point of the 4th Quarter- Report Card will Go Home Next Week

  • Junior High Track in Corvallis  (9:00am start)

Future Events

Saturday – April 16th    

  • Bow Hunter Safety Class in the High School Library at 9:00am

  • High School Track at Big Sky (10:00am start)

  • High School Golf in Plains (10:00am start)

  • High School Tennis in Darby (11:00am start)

  • Junior High Tennis in Superior (12:00pm start)

April 17th- 20th - Youth Leg in Helena

April 18 - ACT Pretest Computer Sheet with Mr. Kohn (9:00am)

April 19th- ACT Test for all Juniors

April 21-22 - Senior Trip

April 22- Cabin Fever

Saturday April 30th - PROM

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


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