Monday, April 24, 2017

Daily Bulletin



The girls tennis team had a successful week beating Fairhaven 5-0 and Seekonk 4-1.
 The team plays here tomorrow at 3:00 vs Old Rochester. 

The boys tennis team will travel to Bishop Feehan this afternoon for a 3:30 match
The Bus will leave at 2:15.



During vacation the baseball team defeated Fairhaven 5-4 & Seekonk 14-2 but lost to Old Rochester 6-2.
The Falcons play at Somerset-Berkley today at 3:30 p.m.



The softball team went 3-1 over break with wins over Seekonk, Taunton and Old Rochester.
 The team travels to Coyle Cassidy today for a 3:30 game.




Come join the Science club members as they compete to investigate a crime committed here at DRRHS. The club teams will spend the next several weeks trying to solve this case....if you are interested attend Wednesday, April 26 in Room 214 or see Ms. McCabe or Ms. DuBois for information on how you can participate.

Prize for team that does the best job solving the crime!!



 Talent Show is this Friday at 6:30 in the Auditorium
Come see the singing, dancing and all the amazing talents that DR has to offer. 



Sign up for the Falcon 5k by Friday to get $5 off registration fees! 
Registration forms are in the main office and can be returned to Ms. Beckett in room 108. 

Latin students visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC

Latin I, II. III Honors, and Advanced Placement students in grades 9-12 visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC. The students visited the Greek and Roman galleries which includes more than seventeen thousand works ranging in date from the Neolithic period (ca. 7000–3200 B.C.) to the time of Constantine the Great (r. A.D. 305–337), the first Christian Roman emperor. Many had never visited the metropolis of New York City. Not only did the students visit the Roman and Greek galleries but they also had an opportunity to find mythological subjects in the other areas of the museum.

The students also visited the Triumphal Arch situated in Washington Square. They walked under the Triumphal Arch in Washington Square to experience the grandeur and influence of the Roman Empire on our modern culture.
The fifty students  had a sit down, family style, Italian meal and had free time in Times Square. The cost of the excursion was offset by grants from the Dighton and Rehoboth town Cultural Councils. The kids had a great time and Mrs. Loell would like to thank Mr. and Mrs. Papp, Mrs. Weddel, Mr. Greenberg, and Mr. Loell who helped chaperone. 







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NASSP Virtual College Fair, May 25


Wednesday, April 19, 2017

DR to host Drum Corps

The Spirit of Atlanta Drum and Bugle Corps will be staying with us over the long Fourth of July Week! 
The Corps will rehearsing, sleeping and eating at the high school and even give the public a special perfomance to our two towns. 
This 150 member musical group is on National tour competing for the DCI Finals! 
Last summer we hosted the Phantom Regiment Drum Corps and DRHS is now a host school for these incredible youth groups every summer. Every music student in our district is welcome to sit in while the Corps rehearses. A rehearsal schedule will be out soon.  
Come and enjoy!

Monday, April 17, 2017

DR Baseball

The DR Varsity baseball team beat our next door neighbors and arch rivals the Seekonk Warriors 14-2 this afternoon. 
But, one of the most important things about this match up was how our team handled themselves during this game, especially in the later innings.  
The Falcons scored quickly and often, but the professionalism and sportsmanship was truly an impressive thing to witness. 
Comments could be heard from the Falcon bench such as "they'll be back" and "it's always a great game when Seekonk's in the house", or "it will different when we're at their place" 
Today's victory was much bigger than the score. 
The young men on this team just "got it" today. 
So hats off to ALL of you and Coach C for the passion 
and pure love of this game. 
You showed us why you are the Mass. State Champs today! 
Go Falcons!!

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Coach Dave Marsden, School Committee member Kathy Cooper, and Dr. Azar at Track Dedication.


DR Track Team Dedication

The DR Track Team, Coaches, Administration, Mr. Mike Rubin (guest speaker) Dr. Anthony Azar and  School Committee members gathered around to 
 honor former Coach Dave Marsden this morning at the newly acclaimed "Dave Marsden Track". 
The weather could not have nicer!  
All the SCC schools were present and their reception for Coach Marsden was exceptional. 
A big thanks to Mr Ed Collins, School Committee member Heather Cross and Head Coach Dave Moura for implementing and seeing through this heartfelt project. 
Another great day to show off the DR Difference! 

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Daily Announcements


Congratulations to the DR Girls Lacrosse team for making school history yesterday by beating Greater New Bedford Voke for the first school win ever. Hats off to Coach Boisvert and the whole team!

The baseball earned a hard-fought 5-2 win over undefeated Bourne yesterday. Arthur Correira pitched a complete game 5 hitter striking out 9. Dylan Souza had 3 hits, Josh Vertentes added 2 hits while Will Thibault had a 2 run single and Steve Silvia had an RBI double.

The Falcons play Fairhaven at Pope Park in Acushnet at 12 p.m. on Friday.




The Girls Varsity Lacrosse team had their first win in the history of the school against Greater New Bedford Voc with a score of 8 to 5! The scoring was lead by Casey Bingham with 6 goals followed by Peyton Maccarone having 2 goals and 1 assist. Goalie Alicia Bleau had 9 saves on net and held their offense to only 5 points. Congratulations team on your first win!


This year the boys' and girls track team will be hosting the SCC relays on Saturday April 15, 2017. There will be a track dedication to honor long time former head track coach David A Marsden beginning promptly at 9:15. Please come out and share in this momentous occasion.



Congratulations to Cailen Hitz on his acceptance to Emmanuel College, Roger Williams University, University of New England, and Johnson & Wales University. YAHOO!!


There is a mandatory Peer Leaders and Talent Show participant meeting on Monday, April 24th after school in the auditorium. Please see Ms. Beckett with any questions.

 All members of the International Thespian Society must update their points by May 27th. Pick up the form from Mrs. LaSalle.

DR Lax

D-R 5  NB Voc 6   goals by Leroy Araujo, Chase Carol and 3 by Ben Loell   great defense by Korey Gendreau and Cailin Hitz.  

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

DR District Music Students stand proudly with Dr. Azar, Dr. Kerri Quinlin Xu, and Asst Principal Mike Martone at last nights School  Committee meeting! Congratulation's  to our musical community!  
They all received the DR Difference Award of Excellence!