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Battle of the Books kicks off

Emma Carpenter, Staff Writer

October 24, 2013


Filed under Student Life

The annual Battle of the Books competition kicked off on Oct. 17 in the high school library. A total of 14 teams with 5 individuals per team are participating this year. Ms. Lawton said, “This is the tenth year for Battle of the Books and it is just as productive as ever. It’s an amazing program and ...

Many lives saved at DCHS blood drive

Shelby Bradshaw, Editor

October 24, 2013


Filed under Student Life

SADD sponsored the biannual blood drive on Oct. 16. With the Red Cross in a state of panic after being low on the amount of blood they needed, Delphi students donated blood in an effort to help the Red Cross out of their deficit. Delphi has hosted the blood drive for 15 years. It began with Mrs. Tyner a...

Three foreign exchange students welcomed to Delphi

Three foreign exchange students welcomed to Delphi

Miranda Edwards, staff writer

September 29, 2013


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Delphi has been honored to host three foreign exchange students this year. These girls were all eager to learn the American way and have enjoyed their time here so far. Meet Hanna, Maria, and Valeria.   Hanna Scwhartz   1. Where are you from? I'm from Hannover,Germany. 2. What family are you staying with? I'm staying with the Hoss family. 3.  What ...

Entertainers continue to impress

Entertainers continue to impress

Emma Carpenter, Staff Writer

September 20, 2013


Filed under Student Life

Delphi Community High School offers many opportunities for students who like to sing, and the goal of any devoted singer in the school system is to be a part of the Entertainers. The Entertainers are a group of talented singers who are selected to perform for the school and the community. Under the ...

New dress code causes turmoil

Shelby Bradshaw, Editor

September 13, 2013


Filed under Student Life

Throughout the years, the school has kept a reasonable dress code. No shorts too short, no facial piercing, and no cut offs. Hair dye was allowed for the most part, and girls could wear comfortable summer dresses without worries. All of this changed with the new dress code that was instilled this year. ...

Josh Bleill speaks and inspires

Josh Bleill speaks and inspires

Miranda Edwards, staff writer

September 5, 2013


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

           Joshua Bleill’s inspirational speech radiated enthusiasm throughout DCHS on Sept. 5, 2013. This ex-marine spoke of his story and how positivity and enthusiasm can get you through any obstacle, as they did for Josh.          Josh, joining the marines after 9/11, was only two week...

Freshmen fears alleviated

Joe Clouser, Editor

September 5, 2013


Filed under Student Life

The seemingly gargantuan step up from middle school to high school can be a sometimes frightening trip for the average freshman. This move from the top of the totem pole back down to the base can be a trying time for them. Some find the different style in which high school works difficult, while for ot...

Productive summer pays off for DCHS Dance Team

Productive summer pays off for DCHS Dance Team

Shelby Bradshaw, Editor

August 29, 2013


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

The halftime buzzer screams out loud and you think, “Great! Now I have to just sit here for the next ten minutes doing nothing,” and then you remember: the dance team. Delphi Dance Team, formally known as the Poms team, has been a part of Delphi Friday nights for many years. They always sashay out t...

Donkey basketball comes to DCHS

Donkey basketball comes to DCHS

April 27, 2013


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Friday, April 19 the DCHS student council planned a new and creative fundraiser and it was a huge success.  Donkey basketball came to Delphi for the first time and all who attended and participated felt it was time well spent.  Four teams participated: two teams of students, a faculty team, and a team...

Delphi’s FFA chapter impacts school and community

Delphi’s FFA chapter impacts school and community

Emma Carpenter, staff writer

March 18, 2013


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

The Delphi Community FFA chapter is progressively gaining members and popularity. This club teaches its members many life long lessons such as leadership, teamwork, and  time management. The advisors of this club, Beth Theobald and Doug Walker, help keep the kids in line and support them in all of th...

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