Department of Defense Education Activity

All students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities whether they be athletic, academic or social in nature. These activities help to shape students and prepare them for success after high school as part of a well-rounded education. Our School offers many activities for students to choose from.

Art Club


Details to follow.


Open To: All Grades

Legos Club


Provides students the opportunity to practice all the components of a quality STEM experience, while learning skills such as cooperative learning and critical thinking. These STEM projects are designed to allow young students with little to no experience with STEM to participate, learn and grow. It still uses higher level thinking skills however as this club requires them to have to plan, design, create, cooperate, and persist. It is a great way to introduce them to the entire engineering process. There is only one material for them to work with, Lego's! So let the building fun begin with Lego Club. Each session is limited to 20 participants per session. We don't have the exact start date yet but will push the info out as soon as we get it!


Meeting Time: 1435 - 1540

Meeting Days: Wednesday

Open To: Grades K - 2nd

Additional Info: (Spring Session will be announced at a later date)

Mileage Club

Mileage Club

We are pleased to announce the beginning of this year’s Mileage Club. It is a fun program entitled Feelin’ Good Mileage Club ®, developed by Fitness Finders Inc. ® It's an incentive based activity, inclusive of charms given upon the completion of miles. The intent is for Mileage Club to provide an opportunity for all children, grades Sure Start-6th, to keep fit by walking or running around the Hario Ball field after school.

Meeting Time: 1430 - 1540

Meeting Days: Tuesday

Open To: Grades Sure Start - 6th

Student Council


Council is open to 4th- 6th grade students at the start of the year for elections. 5th and 6th grade students may run for President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, or Historian. 4th grade students may only run for Secretary, Treasure, or Historian. Elections are finalized by the beginning of October.

Members of Darby's Students Council preform many unique duties. They are the voice of Good Morning Darby, our schools announcements every morning. They raise and lower colors each day weather permitting. Among many other duties, the Student Council helps the PTO in many functions.

Meeting Time: 1430 - 1540

Meeting Days: Tuesday

Open To: Grades 4th – 6th