Would you like to be covered in meat? Egg? Silk? Plastic building blocks with interlocking nubs? Neirad discovers the dream prom dresses of DHS students.
You've definitely heard of Post 53 and Person-to-Person, but there is one way that DHS students volunteer that few know of. Read on to see how five of DHS' current juniors battle with flames to ensure the safety of our community.
"Out of the Bubble"
by May 15th
Balancing one sport with academics is challenging enough for many students, but for freshman Emily Stein, nothing stops her from excelling in soccer, lacrosse, and basketball--click to read more about this stellar freshman.
Every kid has a dream to hit a baseball or softball and run around the bases. For some kids this dream seems impossible due to mental or physical illnesses, however, with the help of Charlie Santos-Buch and the High School buddies, the challenger program make these far-fetched dreams come true.
Ukulele: from Hawaiian 'ukulele, lit. "leaping flea," from 'uku "louse, flea" + lele "to fly, jump, leap." So called from the rapid motion of the fingers in playing it. It developed from a Port. instrument introduced to the islands c.1879. Introduced to Darien circa 2008.
For a few years now, the SADD program at DHS has aimed at promoting good decisions among students. During this month’s safety fair, the program will show, rather than tell, students what it is actually like to be involved in a car crash and to drive drunk.
After the spring musical is over for Theatre 308, one may think that the drama department closes up for the year. However, the Student Productions program keeps the F-Wing as busy as ever. Find out what makes these “student pro’s” so unique.
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