Meetings to educate students about mental health

This year, Syntero, a company that provides mental health support in central Ohio, brought a program to Darby to help educate students about mental health. Every month there will be a new topic dealing with things like depression, eating disorders, and healthy relationships.   September was suicide prevention month. Lauren Hickson, the school’s Syntero clinician, hosted a meeting for anyone who

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Orchestra’s concert brings food and music under one roof

Tuesday, October 4th Heritage and Darby’s Orchestras presented their annual fall concert and spaghetti dinner. Both high school and middle school students played    Friends and family of the musicians were able to purchase a ticket for a dinner of pasta, bread sticks, and salad while they watched the performance, yet it was free to just watch. All six levels of orchestras between

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Review and Preview: September/October

September: The month of September included rival football games, homecoming excitement, and achievements across the board from our Panthers.    The week leading up to Homecoming was packed full of delight with spirit week, the bonfire, the football game, and of course, the dance on Saturday. Spirit week included themes like character and pajamas, which both can be read on our

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Yearbook gears up for future edition as last year’s is released

The school yearbook is a class that meets during third period and makes the yearbook every year. The class meets daily to work on layout designs, takes pictures of the student body, and covers big events. The club this year has twelve members dedicated to creating the yearbook. The theme for this year’s issue is “One to One”.   The yearbook

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Students enjoy this year’s homecoming

With the theme “Frozen in Time”, many people came to dance and create new memories with their friends at this year’s homecoming, which took place on Saturday, September 24th in the field house.   This year the homecoming King and Queen were Seniors Christian Hill and Morgan Ford. Both were thrilled and surprised that they had won.   Hill did not think

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Homecoming bonfire is lit in more than one way

The annual Homecoming bonfire on Wednesday the 21st of September, and was lit, just like the bonfire wristbands states. Wristbands were sold for $2 during the lunches. The event took place at the North fields at 7:00pm where the administrators were building the bonfire, which was made of wooden platforms that could burn easily.   Assistant Principal Chad Schulte tells us

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