3 things to know for December 1: Fitness Center, Zumba Fundraiser, Track Workouts


1. Fitness Center

Attention all students and student-athletes: You are not permitted to utilize the fitness center without proper supervision from a coach or a teacher. During after-school hours students must be participating in an off-season workout or an in-season practice with coaches.

2. Zumba Fundraiser

Derry High School is hosting a Zumba Fundraiser on December 10th from 10:30 to 11:30 in the High School Aux Gym. We are inviting the whole community to support this year’s prom. There will be dancing, light refreshments, raffle baskets, and most importantly fun. Each ticket comes with a raffle ticket which will be sold December 5-9 during homeroom outside of Mrs. Bushey’s room for $8 or can be bought at the Aux gym the day of the event.

3. Track Workouts

Offseason workouts for track and field begin next Monday, December 5th, at 3:00 in the fitness center. If you missed the first meeting and are interested in joining the track and field team this spring, please see Mr. Curcio in E300.


Chicken Fajita Bowl – Chicken Fajita over rice with Onions, Peppers, & Cheddar Cheese, Sweet Corn Salsa & Black Beans

Bad Bunny was Spotify’s most-streamed artist worldwide in 2022, his third year in a row.

Most-Streamed Artists Globally:

  1. Bad Bunny
  2. Taylor Swift
  3. Drake
  4. The Weeknd
  5. BTS

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TODAY’S NUMBER: 341.23 million

There is a new Netflix record holder as Tim Burton’s Wednesday is on pace to surpass Stranger Things 4 in total hours viewed. Per a new report by the streaming service, the mystery series debuted in the number 1 spot with a whopping 341.23 million hours viewed in a week, with over 50 million households who have already seen the series.


It should have been called a national emergency.

Says parents across the country, as the US sees a surge in children under five hospitalized for respiratory viruses. “RSV hospitalization rates for newborns are seven times higher than they were in 2018, the last full season before the pandemic struck, and flu hospitalizations are the worst they’ve been in a decade” (The Guardian).