The Bronco Chronicle

“Barking” at the Seams

Lizzy Eber, Staff Writer
September 15, 2019

Pets bring us love, joy, comfort, and lifelong companionship. Some people, however, are not yet prepared for the responsibility they bring. Many animals, because of this lack of commitment and a variety of other factors, end up in shelters. The Muncie Animal Shelter has been over capacity for the last few months due to many strays and abandoned animals coming in.  The Muncie Animal shelter is a...

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Athletic Boosters Host Kickball Tournament

Lily Jones, Staff Writer
September 12, 2019

The Athletic Booster Club hosted its first annual kickball tournament on September 6, 2019. Ten teams participated in the event; but the “Gym Class Heroes” emerged victorious.  The proceeds went to all of the athletic programs. Mr. Wissel said that they decided on a kickball tournament by thinking about something that could be fun and enjoyable for everyone. The Booster Club members and Mr....

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Marching into the Future

Lily Jones, Staff Writer
September 9, 2019

BAND…. TEN HUT!  Daleville Junior/Senior High School has recently brought back the marching band. The Daleville Band has not marched since the ‘80s; however, the band has gotten an opportunity to march with Cowan in Ball State’s homecoming parade. Mrs. Miller-Carter, the Daleville band teacher, said “It’s been a goal of mine since I got here, for the band to be more known in the community,...

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Phone Pockets Take Over Daleville High School!

Kendall Canal, Editor
September 6, 2019

For a couple years now, some teachers at DHS have introduced “Phone Pockets” into their classes. This year however, the administration has made made this a schoolwide policy.  Although senior David Shellabarger does not have a strong opinion on the phone pockets, he does feel that he is more productive without his phone in his possession. Senior Laurynn Gooding feels that the phone pockets...

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Origins of Labor Day

Macy McCaffrey, Staff Writer
September 5, 2019

Every fall, people look forward to their three day weekend; thanks to Labor Day. But why do we get this day to stay home and relax? Most associate it with the end of the summer, and the beginning of a new school year. However this is not the case. The first Labor Day was celebrated back in 1882, September 5th. Unlike nowadays, it was not a time for barbecuing and annual sales at your local shopping...

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DHS Offers New Honor Societies

Jessica Simmons, Staff Writer
August 30, 2019

Daleville Junior-Senior High School now offers three active honor societies. National Honor Society has always been an all-inclusive organization, not focusing on one specific subject. In addition to National Honor Society, DHS is offering honor societies focused especially on math and science, with Mrs. Chapin being the head of the Math Honor Society, and Mr. Shaffer the head of the Science Honor...

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Welcome Back, Mrs. Craig
Proposed Muncie Zinc Recycling Plant Falls Like Lead Balloon
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Welcoming Mr. Weimer

Welcoming Mr. Weimer

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The Student News Site of Daleville High School
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