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DCSC celebrates Veterans’ Day

DCSC celebrates Veterans’ Day

November 15, 2017

Friday, November 11, students and staff of the Delphi Community School Corporation gathered to celebrate local veterans and veterans throughout the country.  As always, it was a spectacular ceremony full of moving speeches and performances by the elementary choir, the high school band, and the Entertainers....

DCHS Drama Department Debuts “You Can’t Take It With You”

DCHS Drama Department Debuts “You Can’t Take It With You”

Amanda McCarty, Staff Writer, Videographer

November 9, 2017

What do cornflakes, young love, crazy relatives, fireworks, and accidental communism all have in common? This year’s fall play, You Can’t Take it With You.    You Can’t Take it With You is a tale placed in 1930’s New York in the Sycamore household. Sweet-natured Alice Sycamore (Amanda M...

Pumpkin patch fun

Kristina Powlen, Staff writer

October 30, 2017

On Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017, the Delphi FFA hosted the annual Pumpkin Patch Day with the kindergarteners from Camden Early Childhood Center. The day consisted of all sorts of fun activities including pumpkin hunting, candy eating, and story reading. Each student was able to pick a pumpkin from the Delp...

Chem II students develop CO2 experiment

October 21, 2017

When Mr. Danforth, Chemistry II teacher, was struggling getting an experiment to work correctly, he made an interesting decision: he challenged his students to try to figure it out and then he just got out of the way.  What an empowering decision for a teacher to make.  As he stood back and watched,...

NHS request: Name this turkey

NHS request: Name this turkey

Emily Hudson, Editor

October 16, 2017

National Honor Society is putting on a FUNdraiser next month to raise money for the Food Pantry before Thanksgiving. Students will vote with their money to decide which teacher will have to wear the turkey costume for a day. Six high school teachers have been selected to potentially wear the turkey ...

Abby and Libby “Celebration of Life” event to take place May 13

Hannah Irelan, Editor

May 3, 2017

The families of Abigail Williams and Liberty German are planning to hold a “Celebration of  Life” event on May 13, at the Delphi Community High School football field. The admission will be $2 per person; however, some of the activities planned will be free to the public. Some of the activities ...

Break the Grey returns on May 5

Break the Grey returns on May 5

Emily Hudson, staff writer

April 24, 2017

Break the Grey is coming to DCHS on Friday, May 5 at 1:30. Break the Grey is a group that tours America giving emotional assemblies to inspire student action by “helping students to live and not die together.” Their topics range from character to bullying to self-harm. Break the Grey also brought th...

NHS hosts blood drive

NHS hosts blood drive

Emily Hudson, staff writer

January 24, 2017

To compensate for the blood bank storage running low, the National Honor Society will be hosting a blood drive on Wednesday, Jan. 25. You can sign up in the cafeteria during A or B lunch at the table near the guidance office or in Ms. Kreiling’s room. The time slots are between 8:00 in the morning un...

12 Days of Christmas

Katie Gear, staff writer

December 6, 2016

Delphi Student Council will be getting into the holiday spirit by hosting 12 Days of Christmas. Starting Tuesday with scarf/sock day and ending with Ugly Christmas Sweaters, each day will be a dress up day. Day 1: Tuesday - Scarf/Sock Day Day 2: Wednesday - Present Day - wear bows and bright colo...

SADD hosts student convocation

SADD hosts student convocation

November 4, 2016

The DCHS SADD club sponsored a student convocation on Friday, Nov. 4 to conclude their annual Red Ribbon Week.  This year's convocation was about the dangers of texting and driving.  The speaker was a mother who recently lost her daughter due to texting and driving.  The 17-year-old girl had been...

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