Teacher Secret Lives

Nicole Anderson is a newer addition to the Darby teaching staff who teaches multiple English classes, including Honors English 10 and AP Language and Composition. When she is away from Darby, Mrs. Anderson is a caring mother and enjoys participating in many activities. Students describe Anderson as funny and always ready to help with something in class. They also say

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Aloha, Homecoming

Have you ever been to Hawaii? Well if you haven’t, Homecoming would’ve been the perfect place for you. This year, the homecoming theme was Hawaiian luau and it was absolutely beautiful. Homecoming was the perfect place to have a great time with friends and dance your heart out!   When interviewing a guidance counselor, Cori Schulte, and asking if she had

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September DIY

It’s September so you know what that means! Breaking out the fall decorations of leaves, pumpkins, scarecrows, and more. This fall, try making something new by using materials found easily at home. Something you could make is a pine cone hedgehog. This hedgehog will fit the mood of autumn perfectly.   Materials:   1 Liter Plastic Bottle Hot Glue Gun

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Darby art students are hard at work on pieces for the National Audubon Society

As the new school year is beginning, Darby art students are jumping into full swing, working on some exciting new projects. A few students, selected by Darby art teacher, Valerie Kulick-Brown, have been given the unique opportunity to create pieces for the Grange Insurance Audubon Center art exhibit.    The Audubon Center is an organization that is concerned with the conservation

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Homecoming Bonfire

The Homecoming bonfire is an annual event that excites students for the homecoming football game and the dance the following Saturday. Students come to dance, throw frisbees, and play cornhole in the light of the massive fire. The Homecoming Court is introduced along with a unique handshake from every couple. Students come together and dance to the music from the

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Check out the top houses from the 2018 Parade of Homes

From September 1st through September 16th BIA, Building Industry Association, hosted its annual Parade of Homes, in Plain City, OH. The Parade of Homes is an event in which different builders and interior designers sponsor the event by building and decorating seven unique houses in order to market their designs to potential customers. People from across central Columbus come to

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Horoscopes: are they true?

Horoscopes forecast a person’s future based on the alignment of the planets on the day they were born. Astrologers use intricate charts made by computers to reveal detailed personality traits about every zodiac sign. Your horoscope might just be something to read and wonder about, but what if it’s true? What if the day we were born solidifies our personality

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