A Pinkie for Polio

  Poliomyelitis, also known as Polio, is a worldwide known disease that can result in death or leave someone paralyzed in the most severe cases. Most of the people affected by Polio are five or younger, and most of the people affected by this terrible disease live in Afghanistan, Nigeria, and Pakistan. As of now, there is no cure for

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What is the Best Halloween Movie?

When October hits, all anybody wants to watch is a scary movie to get them into the Halloween mood. What many people don’t realize, is that there are plenty of fantastic Halloween films that aren’t terrifying. Everyone loves a good cover-your-eyes, spill-the-popcorn horror movie, but sometimes people just like to get comfortable and watch a fall favorite with a cup

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Fun Fall Activites

With the fall season in full swing, it is that time of the year to start getting your friends and family together to go to some fun fall festivities. Some of people’s favorites are going to a pumpkin patch, picking apples, or going on hayrides. Other activities include haunted houses, corn mazes, and carving pumpkins. One popular activity going on

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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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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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AP Testing at Darby

The two weeks of AP testing are finally over at Darby, and the students could not be happier.   Starting on Monday, May 7th, and ending on Friday, May 18th, students taking any of the AP exams were to report to the wrestling room by either 8am, 12pm, or 2pm. Some tests lasted only a couple hours, while others might have

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Darby Choir sings one last chorus

As the school year comes to a close, concert season is in full swing. On Wednesday, May 16 the Darby Choirs came together to put on a lovely show.    The Combined Women’s Chorus, which consists of The Women’s Chorus and The Women’s Chorale, kicked off the concert with “Ad Amore”. It was a startling beginning for anyone not paying

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Darby Honors Ceremony

On Friday, April 13th, Darby held its annual Honors Ceremony. The ceremony recognized students who have received a 3.5 GPA or higher, and the top ten out of all the classes. Students were arranged by seat to get called up to the stage and be gifted a certificate by Mrs. Brickley. Parents gathered in the seats behind the students to

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