3 things to know for April 22: Fun Day, Typing Champ, Doherty Drives in 6

3 things to know for April 22: Fun Day, Typing Champ, Doherty Drives in 6

1. Fun Day

Today is a hat day with the proceeds benefiting our Fun Day Fair!  Wear a school-appropriate hat this Friday for $1.00. Stickers will be sold in E307 (Mrs. Prato’s), and the Gym (Mrs. Smith) before the start of 1st period.

May 5th will be an exciting day for the high school! Josh Horner will be visiting us in the morning to give an inspirational message. The Kona Ice truck will be available to complement your school lunch. We will have various outside activities for you to enjoy the rest of the day. If we have rain, the outdoor activities will be rescheduled for May 13th. Activities are free, but bring your change to spend on optional events like pie in the face contest and other optional purchases!

2. Typing Champion

Congratulations to Mia Ashley Marsh for winning the Semester 2 Typing Competition in Mrs. Prato’s CEUT Class. Mia typed 74.25 WPM. Great Job Mia!

3. Doherty hits 6 RBIs

A walk-off left the Derry Lady Trojans on the wrong end of a 7-6 defeat to North Catholic HS on Thursday.  North Catholic HS was down 6-5 in the bottom of the seventh inning when the batter doubled on a 0-1 count, scoring two runs.

Sophia Doherty drove in six runners in the loss.  Doherty drove in runs on a grand slam in the first and a double in the second. Sarah Dettling and Izzy DePalma had eagle eyes at the plate recording multiple walks. Katie Dunlap added a hit.


Big Daddy Pizza, Salad, Chicken Noodle Soup, Fruit, and Milk


I just hope you’re living a good life, being a good person to the people around you, and not losing your sense of wonder about the world.

Said Wilfred Chan to himself a decade ago using a free email service called FutureMe, which is kind of like a digital time capsule. It’s simple: you compose an email, enter a recipient, and select a date in the future. Once you submit it, your note is sealed away in FutureMe’s servers and won’t send until that date, which could be years or decades later.

TODAY’S NUMBER: 100 million

(CNN) – For years, Netflix (NFLX) has allowed subscribers to share their passwords with little interference. In fact, the service admitted in its letter to investors Tuesday that the policy likely helped fuel its growth by “getting more people using and enjoying Netflix.”

Yet that growth has severely stalled, and Netflix said Tuesday that it’s now looking into how “best to monetize sharing.” The company noted that of its 222 million paying households around the world, it estimates that “Netflix is being shared with over 100 million additional households.”

Do you share an account with someone?

… would you get Netflix for yourself if you had to purchase one for yourself?




Happy Earth Day!