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2019 - 2020 Prefect Application and Selection


Grades > 9-12

It is that time of year to consider if you would like to be a house leader for the 2019-2020 school year.  Click the link to access the information about the Prefect role.  It will include expectations, requirements, and other important information about being a prefect and a leader for a house.  Your resume and cover letter that serves as your application will be due to Mrs. Evans in the Student Life Office by Monday, March 25, 2019.  If you have any questions please talk to your Head of House or current house leaders.  

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1E9QDbd0Xm-qJepU5jQ1l3xm1A8qevrP1W8ptur-dup0/edit?usp=sharing
Submitted by:Jennifer Rundles - Faculty
Display 3/19/2019-3/25/2019

11th Annual Tri for the Kids Youth Tri is COMING SOON!


Grades > Pre-K to 12

Come join the fun for the 11th annual TFTK race held on our campus and benefitting The Boys and Girls Clubs of NW GA.

SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 2019

1:00 PM START

ELITE, BEGINNER AND CHALLENGER DIVISIONS

AGES 6-15

RACE DISTANCES- 6-9 YEAR OLDS- SWIM 50 YDS, BIKE 2.3 MILES, RUN 0.5 MILES

                               -10-15 YEAR OLDS- SWIM 100 YDS, BIKE 4.6 MILES, RUN 1 MILE

TO REGISTER FOR RACE- HTTPS://LEGACY.IMATHLETE.COM/EVENTS/TFTK2019

TO VOLUNTEER- EMAIL BETH SMITH, BSMITH@DARLINGTONSCHOOL.ORG

WE WILL HAVE SOME PRACTICES BEFORE THE BIG DAY TO HELP YOU ALL GET READY!  DATES TO COME AFTER SPRING BREAK.

 

http://www.racerome.org
Submitted by:Beth (Bagby) Smith '87 - Faculty
Display 3/11/2019-4/26/2019

Reminders

4th Quarter iPeriod Sign Ups - Tuesday 10:00 AM


Grades > 9-12

Sign ups begin Tuesday, March 19 at 10:00 AM and end Wednesday, March 20 at 3:30 PM. If you have not signed up by Wednesday at 3:30 PM, you will be awarded a work detail.

4th Quarter i-Period Placement Preference -- Seniors who complete the google sign up form correctly by Wednesday, March 20 at 3:30 will be placed FIRST in iPeriods by timestamp. After the Seniors - who signed up correctly and met the Wednesday deadline have been placed, everyone else (grades 9-12) will be placed by the timestamp of their form submission.


Help choosing courses for next year and beyond


Grades > 9-12

If you would like advice on which courses to choose for next year or if you would like to create a long-term course plan, the College Guidance Office would be pleased to help you! Please email Ms Brewer to set up an appointment with her or email Mrs. Crawford to set up an appointment with Mr. Moss. Let us know your free period and we will respond with an appointment date and time that is mutually convenient. 


Women's History Month - toiletry drive for the Ruth and Naomi Project


Grades > 9-12

The Community Service Committee is collecting toiletries for the Ruth and Naomi Project in honor of Women’s History Month. The deadline to bring in items is April 9th.

Each advisee group that brings in toiletries will be awarded service hours for each member of the group. 

5 items = 1 service hours

8 items= 2 service hours

10 items= 3 service hours


Senior Events for the Class of 2019


Grades > 9-12

SENIOR EVENTS FOR CLASS OF 2019

SATURDAY, APRIL 27, Jr/Sr Prom  - Van Es Arena, Huffman Center

Senior Lead Out - 7:30 p.m. (Seniors line up at 7:00 p.m. on Huffman Patio)

Parent Reception immediately following the Lead-Out at The French House, home of Mr. Sam Moss ‘63

THURSDAY, MAY 2

E.L. Wright Academic Awards Assembly – Morris Chapel 9:15 a.m.

MONDAY-FRIDAY – MAY 6  - 17 (weekdays only), AP Exams

AP Exams (see online calendar for specific exam dates and times)

FRIDAY – MAY 10,  Mandatory Graduation Rehearsals  

Graduation Rehearsal, Darlington Campus – chapel lawn and Huffman Center, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Exemptions announced and college information wrap-up.  Attendance for all seniors at rehearsals is required.

MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY – MAY 13, 14, 15  in the Dodd Banquet Room, Senior Exams

Morning Exams - 8:15 a.m.; Afternoon Exams - 1:00 p.m.

May 14 (8:15-History, 1:00-English)

May 15   (8:15-Science, 1:00-World Languages)

May 16   (8:15-Math/Technology, 1:00-Fine Arts)

TUESDAY, MAY 14 - Senior Picnic

5:30 p.m. at the home of Bob (‘84) and Patti Ledbetter (rain location: Huffman pool)

101 Fieldwood Road NE, Rome, GA  30161

Casual Dress, those who wish to swim in the pool, bring a suit and towel. Transportation provided for boarding students details to follow.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 15 – Senior Show

Zelle Blackbox Theater, 7:00 p.m.

FRIDAY - MAY 17 – Honors Day Program

Honors Day, Morris Chapel, 1:30 p.m.

FRIDAY, MAY 17 - Baccalaureate Service - Reception

Baccalaureate Service, Morris Chapel, 7:00 p.m.

Baccalaureate speaker is TBD

Seniors arrive at 6:40 p.m. - line up on Zelle Patio (rain location: Chapel vestibule)

Baccalaureate Reception hosted by US Tiger PRIDE, 8:00 p.m., Zelle Patio (rain or shine)

SATURDAY - MAY 18 - Commencement

Commencement, Darlington Campus, Chapel Lawn, 9:30 a.m. (rain location: AJ Huffman Athletic Center)

Commencement speaker is TBD

Photographer RuthAnne Anderson will take group photos on the library steps beginning at 8:00 a.m.  Groups will include: entire class photo, international students, 4-year boarding, PK-12 Students, etc.

Seniors line up at 9:00 a.m. on the pathway to Home on the Hill.

DRESS CODE

BOYS BACCALAUREATE:

Blue Blazer w/Darlington Crest/Khaki Slacks; White Shirt/Tie/Bowtie

BOYS GRADUATION:

Blue Blazer w/Darlington Crest/Gray Slacks; White Shirt/Darlington new Purple Senior Tie or Bowtie; Socks/Dark Shoes Socks/Dark Shoes

GIRLS BACCALAUREATE:

Church Dress

GIRLS GRADUATION:

White Dress, white shoes;  (off-white dresses strongly discouraged)   

SATURDAY – MAY 18 – International Student Luncheon   

Luncheon for International students, their families, and their guests, Dodd Banquet Room, immediately following Commencement.

More information will be sent via email to International families in April.


Floyd County Schools Summer Drivers Education Program


Grades > 9-12

The Floyd County Board of Education will offer Drivers Education this summer for the first two weeks in June. Students may choose week 1 or week 2.  Attached is the information letter and registration form. Please read the information letter carefully. If you are interested in taking the class, please bring your completed registration form and check (or cash) made out to FCBOE to the Student Life Office. Please contact Denise Evans in the Student Life Office if you have any questions.


Today's Calendar
TBA
Columbia Scholastic Press Association Conference
TBA
Boys M.S. Track and Field vs TBA
TBA
Girls M.S. Track and Field vs TBA
7:30–8:30 am
Faculty Professional Learning Communities
Noon–1 pm
8th Grade Student and Parent Meeting
1:20–2:10 pm
Course Fair for Grades 9 - 11
All Day
Art History Trip to NYC
4–5:30 pm
Boys J.V. Tennis vs North Cobb Christian
4–5:30 pm
Girls J.V. Tennis vs North Cobb Christian
4:15 pm
Boys M.S. Tennis vs Cedartown
4:15 pm
Girls M.S. Tennis vs Cedartown
4:15–5:45 pm
Girls M.S. Soccer vs Rockmart
4:30–6 pm
Boys M.S. Baseball vs Woodland Middle
4:30–6 pm
Boys Varsity Baseball vs Gordon Lee
5:45–7:15 pm
Boys M.S. Soccer vs Rockmart
5:45–7:15 pm
Girls Varsity Lacrosse vs Bremen
7:15–8:45 pm
Boys Varsity Lacrosse vs Bremen (JV)
Duty
Regester:  M. Toney
Thornwood:  S. Daniel
Cooper:  S. Mull
Summerbell:  J. Wagshul
Moser:  J. Cox
Neville:  M. Jacobs
Library:  C. Cleveland
AOD:  H. Jones