3 things to know for December 2: Concession Stand, Diner’s Club, Scholarships


Photo: Jango Jim/The Guardian

1. Concession Stand

Workers are needed for boys’ and girls’ basketball games and wrestling matches. Community service hours are available. Sign up with Mrs. Bushey in F312 if interested.

2. Diner’s Club

Any Diner’s Club members who are free during homeroom today, please report to the library to help with a project.

3. Scholarships Available

  • The Steven J. Brady Stop Hunger Scholarship – due Dec. 5
  • Science Ambassador Scholarship – due Dec. 13
  • Burger King Program – Dec. 15
  • Senior Planning Social Work and Eldercare Scholarship – due Dec. 15
  • ACP Memorial Scholarship – Dec. 18

For more information about these scholarships and others, please visit the Guidance website HERE.


Nacho Grande (Nachos with lettuce, cheese, sauce, black beans, and/or tomatoes), Sweet Corn, Fruit Cup, and Milk

Ever since 1927, TIME magazine has announced its Person of the Year, which features and profiles a person, a group, an idea, or an object that “for better or for worse… has done the most to influence the events of the year.”

We, the writers of The Station, are proud to announce that before Christmas break, we will feature our own “Trojan of the Year.” The process is simple. For on week, we will gather nominees as submitted by you, the students, faculty, and staff of Derry Area High School. Once the poll closes, we will gather all nominees and a reader’s poll will be created. Please know that the poll winner does not decide the selection, but it will help the student writers to make a decision.

To nominate someone or something for the Trojan of the Year, please click on the Trojan of the Year page or nominate on Instagram @da_station.


I didn’t pull the trigger.

Said Alec Baldwin on ABC News when asked why he pointed a gun at Hutchins and pulled the trigger when that wasn’t in the script. Hutchins, director of photography, was accidentally shot and killed by a prop gun on the set of “Rust” a few weeks ago.

TODAY’S NUMBER: 1 lb. 7 oz. 

The Guardian published an article about how COVID-19 affected our heads, shoulders, knees, toes, and everything in between. According to a survey, weight gain averaged at just 0.8kg (1lb 12oz).

Photo: Jango Jim/The Guardian