3 things to know for November 9: After School, KIND Hours, Whole Latta Love


1. After School

This is a reminder that there is no After School Program today, due to the scheduled Parent-Teacher Conferences.  Remember to go home as you normally would, at the end of the school day.  The After School Program will resume next Monday.

2. KIND Hours

In need of community service hours? Take advantage of the opportunity to earn hours by helping in the KIND Closet November 14-17 from 3:00-5:00 PM. Sign up outside of F318, the KIND Closet room.

3. Whole Latta Love

This year’s DAHS All Class Play, titled “Whole Latta Love,” will be performed Nov. 18-19 in the Derry Area Middle School Auditorium. More info to come in the following weeks. Stay tuned.


Penne Pasta in Meat Sauce, Side Salad, Warm Garlic Breadstick, and Sweet Corn

Philadelphian Alexander Tominsky successfully ate 40 rotisserie chickens in 40 consecutive days… earning the moniker of “The Philadelphia Chicken Man.”


(CNN) – Americans are failing in their endless quest for adequate slumber, leading to deficits that can impact health, according to a new study on sleep habits in the United States.

The study, which authors called the first to separately evaluate sleep duration between workdays and free days, analyzed sleep data on over 9,000 Americans age 20 and older collected by the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey between 2017 and March 2020.

Almost 30% of respondents had trouble falling or staying asleep and about 27% were very sleepy during the day, according to the study published Tuesday in the journal JAMA Network Open.


I never expected that we were going to turn these red counties blue, but we did what we needed to do and we had that conversation across every one of those counties. And tonight, that’s why I’ll be the next U.S. senator for Pennsylvania.

said John Fetterman, the Democratic lieutenant governor and former mayor of Braddock, who will become Pennsylvania’s next U.S. senator.