The Gymnastics team remains undefeated at worthington kilbourne

 Darby Gymnastics remains undefeated. On Thursday, January 17th, the gymnastics team dominated at Worthington Kilbourne. The meet was called, “Beauty and the Beast,” because it showcased a double meet with gymnastics and wrestling at the same time, in the same gym.   The Darby gymnastics team’s first event was bars. Freshman, Ella Clement, started off the night with high expectations by

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DIY Snow globe

This December, celebrate the holidays with a winter wonderland…in a globe! It’s always fun to make new crafts with everyday items you have sitting around at home. Having a white Christmas is always a delight, but if it does not snow, you can always make an interesting Do-It Yourself Snow Globe. There’s no need to go out and buy an

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The Stress of Homework

Imagine, the clock is at 11:00 pm, but there are still three more assignments to complete, some due at 11:59 pm and some in class. There is not enough time. Late, stressful nights are very common for students, and are mainly caused by an overload of homework. Most students struggle to finish all of their work by a deadline, and

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Boys Cross Country Districts

Over the weekend on October 20th, Darby held the Cross Country Districts meet. Over 200 teams and 1500 runners came to compete at the North Fields.   Sophomore, Braden Bower believes the team worked very hard over the weekend, even changing up their practice to prepare for this race.   “We changed our practices by tracking mileage and multiplied our effort,” Bower said.

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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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New Additions to the Darby Staff Team!

The start of a new school year also means new additions to the Darby staff. This year the school got eleven new staff members, including teachers and administrators, and tutors. These new teachers are Ms. Westhoven, teaching Painting One, Mr. Leonard, Marketing and Business, Ms. Jayme, American Sign Language, Ms. Skoglund, American Sign Language, Ms. Lewis, Intervention Tutor, Ms. Clancy,

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Senior Talent Show

On Friday, May 18th, seniors said farewell on their last day of high school by showing off their talents. The class of 2018 started their day at 8:30 with a pancake breakfast and then proceeded to go to the auditorium for the talent show.   Principal Mrs. Brickley started the show off with some reminders for the seniors and a sentimental speech. Time

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May: Art Profile

Sophomore and second year ceramics student Elise Neighbarger created two unique and curvy vases that capture the eye with their form and color. She calls this art piece ‘Change’. The piece is named this because of each individual curve that changes into another one very smoothly.  To make this ceramic art she used the wheel to create each segment for

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Silver Key Art Award Goes to… Amanda Neighbarger

Junior Amanda Neighbarger created an award-winning ceramics piece. Her piece titled “Wrapped” hinted towards the pieces of clay being ‘wrapped’ around the middle sections of the piece.  Alliance for Young Artists and Writers is a non-profit organization that gives The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. They showcase and award students with outstanding art or writing skills. This year there were

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