Percussion Ensemble concert does not miss a beat

The first Percussion Ensemble Concert of the year exhibited the after school class work. Percussionists, a cellist, a flutist and a soprano, piano were on the stage Friday, December ninth at 7:00 pm. Pieces included “Always”, which was written to commemorate a passed loved one, “Alarm”, appropriately titled and was exclusively drums, and “Jamaican Me Crazy”, a steel band piece.

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Addition to the art department Mrs. Ufferman is glad to be here

The art department has a new teacher on their roster this year, RyAnne Ufferman. She teaches the first level of Ceramics, Painting, and Drawing classes. This is her fourth year teaching, previously at Benjamin Logan High School, Fredericktown High School, and Hilliard’s Brown Elementary. Ufferman’s favorite part of her new job is exposing students to a variety of art and

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Five students sign on National Signing Day

The National Signing Day was on Wednesday November 9. During this ceremony five Darby students signed on to four different schools. During National Signing Day, students planning on playing a sport during college can sign a National Letter of Intent (NLI).   Five student-athletes signed the NLI. Kali Apelt will be attending Ashland university and will be playing volleyball there. Justin

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“Scariest Play– Ever” showcases new talent

The X-show, “Scariest Play–Ever!” was performed on Friday November 18th, and was directed by Karoline Betteridge. Betteridge was directing the play for her senior capstone project. The play was comedy, doing parodies of different horror movies. It included lots of actors, including freshman, who got their first taste of the Darby drama program. Some bright spots in the play include

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Talent Show showcases the best in students

The annual talent show, hosted by NHS, showcased  student talent here at Darby. Singers, rapper, dancers, bands, and even a Rubik’s cube master, came together in the morning of November 22.   The Master of Ceremonies was Senior student and Spirit leader, Kieran Davidson. The spirit leader introduced everyone and provided a fun flow between each act.   “I’m very excited [about] all of

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Darby theatre’s fall show “The Mousetrap” captivates audience

Friday was a chilly night– perfect for a chilling murder mystery. Darby theatre’s production of “The Mousetrap” by Agatha Christie took place on November 11th and 12th. Starring Sarah Krumpe as Mollie Ralston, Nathan Moore as Giles Ralston, Justin Earley as Christopher Wren, Hannah Boyers as Mrs. Boyle, Kendall Baver as Major Metcalf, Joanie Shafer as Miss Casewell, Ben Jones as

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The importance of voting

As it comes time to vote in the presidential election, many young people do not think they need to. Their vote does not matter, so they are not going to bother. However, this conception is false. Every single person’s vote counts. By understanding how much their vote counts, people can change the course of their government.   First, it is important

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