Community news: Darien cheers at homecoming football game

The Darien Junior Cheerleading Squad participated in the homecoming festivities, cheering alongside the high school squad during the Darien High football game against Greenwich High on Saturday at Darien High School.

There was also a ceremony honoring all the teams in the Darien Junior Football League, the Darien Junior Cheerleading program and their coaches.

The cheerleading squad coaches are Amanda Harchuck, Jeanne Zimmer, Doreen Godfrey, Rachel Sharon and Caroline Jennings.

In the homecoming football game, Darien fell to Greenwich, 28-20. It was the Blue Waves’ first loss to the Cardinals since 2007.

Fundraiser to help resident with cerebral palsy 

There will be a fundraiser and birthday celebration to support lifelong Darien resident Freddie Tuccinardi from 6 to 10 p. On the same subject : Everything Falcons fans need to know before Friday’s open practice.m. Saturday, Nov. 5 at the Piedmont Club at 152 Hecker Ave.. in Darien.

The event will raise money to pay for the physical therapy needed for Tuccinardi, who has cerebral palsy. The event will also celebrate Tuccinardi’s 40th birthday.

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Darien schools to host a parent workshop 

Marc A. Brackett, founding director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and professor at the Child Study Center at Yale University, will speak at a parent workshop in Darien on social and emotional learning. See the article : Pederson: “Need to see constant improvements” | press conference.

Brackett is also the lead developer of the RULER app and the author of “Permission to Feel: Unlocking the Power of Emotions to Help Our Children, Ourselves, and Our Communities Grow.”

Parents of all grade levels are invited to attend the workshop, which will be held at 7 p.m. December 6 in the Darien High School auditorium at 80 Lane High School.

Superintendent of Schools Alan Addley said the event will offer an opportunity for parents to learn more about the RULER framework that teachers and students use in Darien schools.

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Community steps up for Out of the Darkness event 

Students and staff members from Darien Public Schools participated in the recent Out of the Darkness Community Walk in Westport. On the same subject : DeSoto bounced back with a big win as defending state champion South Oak Cliff fell to 0-3.

Darien Superintendent of Schools Alan Addley thanked them for their involvement.

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention hosted the event, which raised more than $130,000 for programs to raise awareness of the issue.

More information about the issue is available through the Mental Health Resources link on the school district’s website at www.darienps.org/parents/mental-health-resources.

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Five town groups celebrate a man of many titles

Five groups in the city joined forces to celebrate a man of many titles, Chris Filmer, in an event at 19:00. Thursday, November 17 at the Darien Community Association at 274 Middlesex Road.

A wine reception with light hors d’oeuvres will follow the speech.

RSVPs can be made by November 7, for https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScOhroP57nlRj8gVW_ShYcrZw7yGMxgpkRRhfmeimuIAp47yQ/viewform.

The groups organizing the event are Darien Land Trust, Darien Parks and Recreation Department, Darien Nature Center, and the Friends of Selleck Woods retirement community.

Filmer has had a positive impact on many organizations and initiatives in the city through his contributions.

Foundations in Education prepares for gala

The Educational Foundation has announced the 2023 Gala Committee Chairs for its gala event on Thursday, April 27, in Darien.

The chairs are Jennifer and Christopher St. Victor-de Pinho of Ridgefield. They will lead the preparations for the gala, whose theme is “Let There Be Bright!”

The gala will be held at Woodway Country Club in Darien.

Proceeds will benefit Foundations in Education, a Bridgeport-based organization that strengthens and transforms Catholic education in the Diocese of Bridgeport. It supports innovation in academic and extra-curricular programs, encourages opportunities for professional development of school leaders and provides scholarship assistance to low-income families.

St. Victor-de Pinhos was joined on the Gala Committee by Marigle Barrigan and Barbara Ripp of Greenwich, Lisa Ferraro Martino of New Canaan, Christa FitzPatrick of Darien, Michele Mitola and Jody Myers of Fairfield and Mary Donovan of Stamford.

Auctioneer Bobby D of fundraising company Inspire Hearts will return. He helped the organization raise more than $1.3 million in 2021.

For more information about the foundation or the gala, or to volunteer, contact Emily Carriero at emily@foundationsineducation.org, or visit www.foundationsineducation.org.

What is a good cheerleading chant?

Fire up F-L-S, light up, F-L-S, G-E-T, fire up HEY! wait a minute, let’s put some spirit. HEY, Flashes, up in the stands, COOL, BLUE AND GOLD!

What are some sideline cheers? Sideline Cheers

  • One Double O is the way to go, so 100 percentâ¦. …
  • C-H-A-M-P-S no less (clap) no less, (clap).
  • Let’s get a little crazy, C-R-A (pause) Zee-Y.
  • When you’re up, when you’re down, when you’re against the Braves you’re upside down.

What do you say during a rally in cheerleading?

How do you start chants?

Sigh loudly, with your voice open. Chant quietly, almost like you can redirect the sound to your own heart and let it flow from there. Chant silently, internally, so quietly that your attention can only stay with the mantra.

How do you start the chant on twitch? It will work like this: the content creator or chat moderator can set the message to sing by typing the /chant command. The message will appear privately to the audience as a limited time suggestion that allows them to copy and paste the message with one click on the âchantâ button.

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