The Bronco Chronicle

End the Stigma

Macy McCaffrey, Staff Writer
September 26, 2019

Suicide is a sensitive subject for most and something not many people feel comfortable discussing freely and openly. However this discussion is necessary. September is known as the National Suicide Prevention Month, where advocates for suicide prevention unite others among the common cause to bring light to such a pressing and common issue. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention has found...

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College GO Week

Kendall Canal, Editor
September 26, 2019

This week, September 23rd through the 27th, is College GO Week in the state of Indiana. It started in 2009 and was designed to give all Hoosiers the information and support they need to apply and prepare for college, if college is a part of their future. This event always takes place during the last full week of September.  There are several universities in the state of Indiana that waive their...

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A New but Familiar Face to Daleville

Jessica Simmons, Staff Writer
September 21, 2019

Miss Fouch, a familiar face to Daleville, from the girls varsity basketball coach to the new PowerSchool specialist.  She decided to pursue her education at Taylor University a private, interdenominational, evangelical Christian college where she played four years of college basketball. After graduating college, she moved to Dallas for a year to coach college basketball before coming to Daleville...

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“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!
DHS Offers New Honor Societies
Welcome Back, Mrs. Craig
Proposed Muncie Zinc Recycling Plant Falls Like Lead Balloon

Proposed Muncie Zinc Recycling Plant Falls Like Lead Balloon

August 21, 2019

New Year, New Courses

New Year, New Courses

August 15, 2019

Welcoming Mr. Weimer

Welcoming Mr. Weimer

August 14, 2019

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Girls Place Third in County
Daleville Falls to Wes-Del
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The Student News Site of Daleville High School
The Student News Site of Daleville High School