Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Daily Annoucements


Attention All DR wrestlers there will be practice in the cafeteria from 5:15- 7:15 this evening. The Bristol Plymouth match has been postponed until tomorrow night. 


Thursday, January 19th 
There will a Portuguese Club meeting tomorrow after school in room 122. Next outing and T-shirts will be discussed.

January 19th at 5 pm in the cafeteria, there will be an informational meeting for any boys interested in playing volleyball in the spring. Players and their parents should attend.

Drimprov will perform Thursday from 6-7:30 in the Library Media Center. The show is free and all are welcome.
Students auditioning for SEMSBA must have registration materials handed in to Mrs. Voccio by this Friday, January 20th. The audition fee is $15. Please make checks payable to DRRHS and hand in along with the registration form and permission slip.

REMINDER TO AP STUDENTS: Final payments for your AP exams is due to Ms. Shillan in Guidance by Wednesday, February 1st.
 

Seekonk defeated the boys' basketball team 51-45 last night. Alec Hart had 14 points and Chad Mello added 10.

Girls basketball lost a close game to Seekonk 46-40. Julia Campezato had 22 points, Sarah Guimond had 12 points. Gwyneth Tatton had 18 rebounds and Grace Harrison, 8 rebounds.

This past Sunday at the Reggie Lewis Center, the Winter Track team competed at the Division 4 relays. The day was a particularly good one for the Falcons as they placed in the upper half in almost every event. More impressive than that, the relay teams for the boys 4x200, 4x400, and 4x800 all qualified for states in February. Girls shot put finished second throwing a combined 92' - 8", and the boys shuttle dash team tied for 3rd overall with a time of 23.11 seconds. Great job Falcons!

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Daily Announcements



Attention all boys AND girls interested in playing lacrosse. The final chance to sign up for this season will be at tonight's meeting at 6pm in the auditorium. If you are interested in playing, please come with a parent as payment is also due at this time. Any questions, see Mr. Boisvert in room 503 directly after school today.

Do not miss tonight's basketball game against arch-rival Seekonk at 6:30 p.m. @ Seekonk High School.



You can buy a winter ball ticket in the cafeteria during all lunches. Friday will be the last day to purchase a ticket. All outside guests will need a guest contract


Drimprov will perform Thursday from 6-7:30 in the Library Media Center. The show is free and all are welcome. 

Students auditioning for SEMSBA must have registration materials handed in to Mrs. Voccio by this Friday, Jan. 20. The audition fee is $15. Please make checks payable to DRRHS and hand in along with the registration form and permission slip.



Reminder to Seniors... When someone spends the time to write a letter of recommendation, please remember to follow up with a nice hand written thank you note to them. It is much appreciated!




 Eve Wyman on her acceptance to Roger Williams University. 


William Davis on his acceptance to Roger Williams University. 


Old Rochester defeated the boys' basketball team 57-32 on Friday night. Elijah Brewster had 11 points for the Falcons.

The DR/ Seekonk hockey team, finally beat the Bourne Canalmen 2-0 after 9 years of a winless record against them, with goals from Matt Mcdonald assisted by Kyle Frias, and a lone goal for Luke Robitialle. Dan Loiselle recorded his 2nd shutout of the season for the Falcons. Making DR/Seekonks Record 3-5-1

On the Spot Admissions Day for Seniors!

Dighton Rehoboth Regional High School will be hosting its annual "On the Spot Admissions" Day for Seniors on Tuesday March 14th from 8-12 in the Media Center.

Senior students will have the opportunity to Pre-fill out and complete applications to the following post secondary institutions of higher learning:
  • Bristol Community College (BCC)
  • Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI)
  • Universal Technical Institute (UTI)
  • Massasoit Community College
  • Fisher College
Students will have the applications fees waived by the schools and will meet with admissions representatives and receive their admission decision during their meeting. Students MUST complete and turn back in the applications to secure a spot. Students CANNOT sign up the day of the event.

Letters of recommendations, Standardized Test Scores and Essays are NOT required for these schools for admissions.

Applications from the colleges will be available soon in Guidance. Announcements will be made when they are.

Friday, January 13, 2017

This Week and The Week Ahead

This week our students continued their preparation for midterm exams that will begin on January 24th (see detailed schedule below).  On Monday, January 23rd, the representatives of Student Government will be hosting a study session in the media center after school from 4:00 until 6:00 pm. This study session will consist of groups of students collaborating in preparation for midterms. We will have some food available for the event.  If you plan on attending, please answer this brief survey so we can allocate resources to ensure you are prepared.   Anyone is welcome to join.
As we enjoy our long weekend, please take this opportunity to reflect on the accomplishments and efforts from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  He was an American pastor, activist, humanitarian, and a leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement.  He was the youngest man to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, for combating racial inequality through nonviolence.  Here is a link to Dr. Martin Luther King’s top achievements
  • Montgomery Bus Boycott: after Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat for a white passenger, the boycott lasted 381 days.  
  • SCLC Leader: Traveled across the country giving lectures on nonviolent protests and civil rights such as voting rights.  
  • March on Washington: Dr. King organized on March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, a peaceful rally designed to shed light on the injustices African Americans continued to face across the country.

Senior Acceptances: Each week we will post our senior’s acceptances into prospective colleges, universities, military plans or any career pathway.  We are proud of their accomplishments.  Keep up the great work and continue to represent the “DR Difference.”
  • Aliyah Ashton: Curry College
  • Brooke Barlow:  Suffolk University
  • Hannah Barlow: John Cabot University
  • Jenna Barlow: High Point University, Seton Hall University, Suffolk University, University of Massachusetts Boston, Westfield State University
  • Ben Biello: Johnson & Wales University, Lasell College
  • Alexis Braz: Boston College, Emmanuel College, High Point University, New England College, Northeastern University, Quinnipiac University, University of Alabama, University of Massachusetts Amherst, University of South Carolina, Villanova University, Washington College, Western New England University
  • Mitchell Brown: Texas A & M University, West Virginia University
  • Elisabeth Burns: University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Sophia Burrows: Eastern Connecticut State University
  • Madison Burtan: Emerson College
  • Colby Cardarelli: Nova Southeastern University, Stetson University
  • Jarrett Cordeiro: Hofstra University, Pace University, State University of New York Purchase
  • Julia Coute: Endicott College, Salve Regina University, Stonehill College, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, University of New England
  • Nate Cummings: Colby-Sawyer College, University of Vermont
  • Angela Dalpe: Assumption College, Stonehill College
  • Robyn D’Ambrosio: Stonehill College, University of Massachusetts Amherst, University of South Carolina
  • William Davis: Franklin Pierce University
  • Caitlin Downs: Liberty University
  • Caterina Duarte: Curry College, Endicott College
  • Madison Fagan: Roger Williams University, Suffolk University, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Cristian Fernandes: University of Maine Orono
  • Jacob Furtado: Norwich University
  • Korey Gendreau: Dean College
  • Sarah Guimond: Quinnipiac University, Salve Regina University
  • Meagan Gustafson: Quinnipiac University, Roger Williams University, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Alexis Harris: Emmanuel College, High Point University, Rhode Island College, University of Maine, University of New Hampshire
  • Grace Harrison: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
  • Matthew Hebert: Michigan State University
  • Jillian Henrique: Hofstra University
  • Lauren Labouliere: Fairfield University, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Ben Loell: United States Navy
  • Jack McGuirk: Fisher College, Johnson & Wales University
  • Matt McGuirk: Salem State University, Suffolk University
  • Megan Moran: University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Kyle Moynihan: Colby-Sawyer College, Saint Anselm College, Saint Michael’s College, West Virginia University
  • Madeline Nees: University of Alabama
  • Joel Papp: Baylor University, University of Pittsburgh
  • Emily Parker: University of Massachusetts Amherst, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Katie Parker: Anna Maria College
  • Kristina Perez: Providence College
  • William Quirk: Seton Hall University, University of Massachusetts Amherst, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Kyle Rendon:  George Mason University, Quinnipiac University, University of Kansas, University of Tampa
  • Evaline Rodrigues: Adelphi University, Franklin Pierce University, Saint Joseph’s College, Southern  Connecticut State University
  • Stephanie Ruta: Regis College, Rhode Island College
  • Sean Silva: University of New England, University of Vermont
  • Alexis Springer: Curry College, Westfield State University
  • Abigail Teixeira: Saint Michael’s College, University of Massachusetts Lowell, University of Vermont, Utica College
  • Eve Wyman: University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Wentworth Institute of Technology



Information on Opioid Misuse:
Recent 2016 legislation in Massachusetts requires that parents, guardians, and other adults in a middle and high school extracurricular athlete’s life such as school nurses, Athletic Directors, coaches and athletic trainers, receive educational materials on the dangers of opioid use and misuse.  Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) has developed educational materials on opioid misuse prevention and is partnering with schools across the state to share this  information with students, parents and school personnel. Because of the risk of injury and the subsequent need for pain management, student athletes may be at risk for opioid misuse.
Attached please find a set of four fact sheets that the Massachusetts Department of Health with the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) and Massachusetts Technical Assistance Partnership for Prevention (MassTAPP) have developed for the school sports community on prescription opioid misuse prevention entitled:
  • Preventing Prescription Opioid Misuse Among Student Athletes
  • Injury Management: A Key Component of Prescription Opioid Misuse Prevention
  • What to Know About Prescription Opioids
  • Guidance on Communications After a Non-Concussion Sports Injury

For more information on preventing sports Injuries in youth:

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CTE Spotlight: Freshmen Falcon Fly-Up Day Approaching
Through the course of the 1st semester, 9th grade students enrolled in the Career & Technical Education elective, rotate through and spend time on learning in all of our career pathways (Automotive Tech, Carpentry, Culinary Arts, Drafting Design & Engineering, Early Education & Care, Environmental Technology & Sustainability, Machine Technology, Marketing, and Television & Radio Production).

After their initial 2-day exposure to each shop, students select 5 career areas that they have the most interest in exploring for a longer period of time. Our CTE 9th graders are currently in the midst of their last rotation. During exam week, our Freshmen CTE Falcons will select the top 2 shops that they most want to be in for 2nd semester. January 27th, the first day of 2nd semester is our Falcon Fly-Up Day where students will receive their semester-long shop placement. This process is witnessed in every vocational school and CTE program in the State.
In the Classroom:
  • Honors Spanish IV: After learning how to properly use formal commands in Spanish, SeƱora Vander Kaaden’s Honors Spanish IV students demonstrated their new acquired knowledge by creating their very own cooking show! Students worked either individually or in pairs and researched a Hispanic recipe. Then, students created and recorded a cooking show entirely in Spanish utilizing formal commands. The videos produced were phenomenal! In addition, the students stated that they enjoyed cooking a new dish and having a different method of presenting. Below is a video of juniors, Peyton Maccarone & Calli Pratt who completed their project in our very own Culinary Department here at DR! ¡Buen provecho! Check out the video here!
  • Physical Education: Jr. Sr. PE is ending term one with playoff hockey. Students are taught rules of the game, line identification, position identification, and game strategies and skills.
  • Guidance: Reminder to AP students: Final payments for your AP exams is due to Ms. Shillan in Guidance by Wednesday, February 1st.
    • With term 2 ending and mid-term exams starting the week of January 23rd, we have had many students speaking to their school counselors about stress and anxiety.  Here are some tips taken from  USNews.com and studygs.net to help students reduce test- prep stress:
    • 1. Breathe: Close your eyes and take three deep breaths. Pause a moment after inhaling, long enough to mark the change from in to out. Then exhale evenly and fully before beginning again.
    • 2. Set aside time for yourself: You may feel tremendous pressure to dedicate every waking moment to studying, but it is still important to schedule time for resting and reconnecting with the people you love. Go on a walk to enjoy the fresh air, eat dinner with your family, play with your pets or listen to music.
    • 3. Exercise: Multiple studies have proved that physical exercise is a remarkably effective stress reducer. Many students carry their stress in their bodies, and exercise moves your muscles, increases blood flow and works out a good percentage of body knots.
    • 4. Sleep: There is a persistent and damaging myth that pulling an all-nighter indicates your seriousness when preparing for an exam. In truth, studying all evening is the worst possible response to anxiety.Lack of sleep clouds your mind and fatigue damages your resilience.
    • 5. Minimize distractions: Give yourself a break from social media. Focus on yourself and avoid being competitive with peers, outside pressures, and any other drama that could hinder your ability to focus.
    • 6. Take control of your preparation and build your confidence: Too often, academic stress comes from feeling a lack of control over the situation. Organizing your time and creating a schedule with concrete goals will give you a sense of progression as you complete required tasks and master material. Allow only positive thoughts to enter your mind.
    • 7. During the test expect some anxiety:  It's a reminder that you want to do your best and can provide energy:
      • Approach with confidence and positive self-talk
      • Read directions carefully
      • Time management: remain calm there is no reward for finishing first
      • Skip the question and go on if you go blank, then go back to it.
  • Forensics: Forensic students learned how to use Gel Electrophoresis to generate a DNA fingerprint (profile). Students used these fingerprints to determine which suspect's DNA matched the DNA left at the crime scene.
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  • AP Euro: Ms. Beckett's AP Euro class ended today with a fun review game in preparation for upcoming midterms. Students played Heads Up!: AP Euro edition, which is a variation on celebrity Ellen Degeneres famous game. Students had to guess which famous historical person they were based on clues given by members of their team. It was a fun way to review some of the important people that were major influences on early modern Europe.
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Dean’s Desk:
  • Activities:
    • Winter Ball: Winter ball tickets go on sale next week during all lunches. All outside guests will need a guest contract.  Please see Mr. Boisvert with any questions.  
    • Project 351: 2017 Project 351 Ambassador from Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School Noah Avila, Dighton Middle School Ambassador Mackenzie Morgenrock and Beckwith Middles School Ambassador Nick Brunelle are heading to Boston tomorrow for "Launch day". We wish them the best of luck.  
    • Ski Club: The  DR ski club is hoping to get to Ragged Mountain, Danbury, NH in February to take advantage of the great weather up North. All trails are open and conditions have never been better!  Anyone interested in traveling to Ragged for some awesome skiing get in touch with Mr Demers DDemers@drregional.org.
    • Tri County Chorus Festival: On Saturday January 14th Dighton Rehoboth High School music department will be hosting the Tri County Chorus Festival. Concert start at 2:00 pm. There will be over 100 singers from area high schools performing. Come and support Chorus!
    • Spring Volleyball: On January 19th at 5 pm in the cafeteria, there will be an informational meeting for any boys interested in playing volleyball in the spring. Players and their parents should attend.
    • Best Buddies Goes Bowling: The Best Buddies organization has joined a Sunday Bowling league in Somerset.  It is a ten week league and our students are seen below having a great time.  Good luck DR Best Buddies.  
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  • DECA: 9 Dighton Rehoboth DECA students qualified for states, including 6 medalists.
Congratulations to Celina and Alyssa Medeiros for placing 2nd in Travel and Tourism Team Event.  
Congratulations to Heather Devolle for placing 3rd in Marketing Communication Series
Congratulations to Emily Leonard for placing 4th in Principles of Business Management
Congratulations to Ben Biello for placing 2nd in Apparel and Accessories Marketing
Congratulations to Katherine McCombs and Ivey Belcher for placing 6th in Buying & Merchandising Team Decision Event
Congratulations to Robyn D’Ambrosio and Megan Kelley for placing 2nd in Buying & Merchandising Team Decision Event

  • DR Boys and Girls Lacrosse Team: On January 17th there will be an informational  meeting at 6:00 pm in the auditorium. Existing players, new players and their parents are invited to attend. Coach Dyson and Coach Boisvert look forward to seeing you!
  • Boys Basketball: Overall Record, SCC Record
    • On Friday, January 6th, Wareham out scored the boys' basketball team 26-12 in the fourth quarter to earn a hard-fought 73-53 win on Friday.  Arthur Correira had 28 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Falcons.
    • On Tuesday, Elijah Brewster had 16 points and Arthur Correira added 14 to lead the Falcons to a hard-fought 60-46 road win at Bishop Connolly.
  • Cheerleading: On February 11th the DR Competitive Cheer Team will host the Winter Invitational competition. Many SCC high schools will be attending.  The competition starts at 1Pm,  tickets are sold at the door. Go Falcons!
  • Ice Hockey: Overall Record, SCC Record
    • The DR/Seekonk hockey team defeated Wareham 10-2 with 4 goals from Matt Mcdonald, 2 goals from Zach Morrow, and Kyle Frias, Matt Gallup, Chris Fernandes, and Andrew Lancelloti each tallied a goal in the Win. Ryan Fecteau played in net, and he recorded 20 saves against the Wareham Vikings.
  • Winter Track: Overall Record 6-1, SCC Record 5-1
    • This week marked a bit of a reprieve from the grind of the winter season. With no SCC meets until January 23rd, the Falcons were able to refocus for the end of the season run and competitions outside of the conference. The week started with a relocation of activities inside due to cold and snow, and ended with a quick thaw and outside activities in short sleeves and shorts. This weekend a portion of the team will be competing at The East Coast Invitational at Providence Career and Technical High School on Saturday, and on Sunday the Reggie Lewis Center will be hosting the Division 4 Relays. Both the boys and the girls will certainly be busy heading into MLK day on Monday.
    • Every week during this season Coach Pereira and Coach DeLano, along with the captains, have presented Falcon Pride Award bracelets to 5 athletes that have shown a commitment to their disciplines. One boy and one girl from the sprinters/hurdlers, the long distance athletes, and one thrower are selected for the distinction. Each week the bracelets get passed on to the next deserving athletes. This past week the awards went to sprinter Sam Dubois (11th Grade), who shows tremendous effort and a positive attitude everyday both during and after practice. Hope Ferreira (10th Grade) was also recognized for her improvement in hurdles, an event that she has earned a spot in as one of the top Falcon girls. Owen Hebda (9th Grade) was nominated by the coaching staff for his dedication and improving times in distance. For distance girls, Megan Moran (12th Grade) (who could receive this award every week) was picked as a FPA winner. Megan is one of the top girls on the team and is willing to run in any event if it means helping the team. Last but not least, Cami Little (10th Grade) has made huge improvements in her throwing, and the only underclassman to qualify in shot put this year. These 5 students have really personified the DR Difference.
    • Past Winners Include:
    • 12/5 - 12/10
      • Dennis Monteiro   -   Holly Masciarelli
      • Christopher Estes  -   Emerson Maccarone
      • Matt DaCosta       -    Vanessa Ripley
    • 12/12 - 12/18
      • Nate Rogers   -    Emily Stevens
      • Joey Reed     -     Jackie Kucia
    • 12/19 - 12/24
      • Brian Ripley   -    Grace Kimmell
      • Matt Grady    -    Sara McNaughton
      •                            Lexi Lovell
    • 12/26 -  1/5
      • Ben Biello   -      Kaylee Goss
      • Dean Bullock  -   Jillian Hughes
      • Noah Morris
  • Swimming: Overall Record, SCC Record
    • The DR Falcon Swimmers competed at Brockton High yesterday. The Boys Team defeated the Boxers by a score of 97 to 67. Although the DR Girls took first place in 7 out of 11 events, they could not secure the win. Outstanding performances by Madison Correia in the 100 yard Backstroke and Alex Klinkhammer in the 500 yard Freestyle! The Falcons take on the ORR Bulldogs at home next Thursday at 4:00pm at the East Providence Boys and Girls Club. Admission is free- come cheer on the team!
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On deck: The Boys 400 Freestyle Relay
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Megan Alves, Kaitlin O'Connor, Alex Klinkhammer, Bryan Abbott and Xavier Byrnes: keeping
an eye on the race clock and scoreboard.
Dean's Quote of the Week:
Obstacles are things a person see’s when he takes his eyes off the prize.
(E.Joseph Canavan)

The Week Ahead:
Saturday, Jan 14, 2017
Time
Event
Details
10:00am
Indoor Track:Boys Varsity Meet
Providence Career & Technical Academy @ Providence Career & Technical Academy
10:00am
Indoor Track:Girls Varsity Meet
Providence Career & Technical Academy @ Providence Career & Technical Academy
5:30pm
Ice Hockey: Varsity Game
Bourne @ Gallo Ice Arena

Sunday, Jan 15, 2017
Time
Event
Details
10:00am
Indoor Track:Boys Varsity Relays
TBD @ Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center
10:00am
Indoor Track:Girls Varsity Relays
TBA @ Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center

Monday, Jan 16, 2017- No School-MLK Jr

Tuesday, Jan 17, 2017-GREEN
Time
Event
Details
3:30pm
Basketball:Boys JV Game
vs. Seekonk @ Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School
3:30pm
Basketball:Girls JV Game
Seekonk @ Seekonk High School
5:00pm
Basketball:Boys Freshman Game
vs. Seekonk @ Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School
5:00pm
Basketball:Girls Varsity Game
Seekonk @ Seekonk High School
6:30pm
Basketball:Boys Varsity Game
Seekonk @ Seekonk High School
Gym HS

Wednesday, Jan 18, 2017-GOLD
Time
Event
Details
8:00pm
Ice Hockey: Varsity Game
Greater New Bedford RVTHS @ Hetland Arena
Hetlank Ice Rink
Thursday, Jan 19, 2017-GREEN
Time
Event
Details
4:00pm
Swimming:Boys Varsity Meet
Old Rochester Regional @ New Bedford High School
4:00pm
Swimming:Girls Varsity Meet
Old Rochester Regional @ New Bedford High School

Friday, Jan 20, 2017-GOLD
  • X2 Grades
Time
Event
Details
3:30pm
Basketball:Boys Freshman Game
vs. Fairhaven @ Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School
5:00pm
Basketball:Boys JV Game
vs. Fairhaven @ Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School
5:00pm
Basketball:Girls JV Game
Fairhaven @ Fairhaven High School
6:30pm
Basketball:Boys Varsity Game
vs. Fairhaven @ Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School
6:30pm
Basketball:Girls Varsity Game
Fairhaven @ Fairhaven High School

  • Midterm Exam Week: Tuesday, 1/24- Friday, 1/27




MID TERM EXAM SCHEDULE 2016-2017 School Year

Tuesday, 1/24
Wednesday, 1/25
Thursday, 1/26
10:25 AM
Students report to Gold Period 1 Day Class for Attendance and Daily Announcements
Students report to Green Period 1 Day Class for Attendance and Daily Announcements
Students report to Gold Period 3 Day Class for Attendance and Daily Announcements
10:30 AM-12:26PM (85 Minutes)
Gold Period 1 Exam
Green Period 1 Exam
Gold Period 3 Exam
1st Lunch 10:30-11:00AM (dismissal at 10:56)
History and Special Education
Unified and Special Education
Unified Arts and Math
2nd Lunch 11:00-11:30AM (dismissal at 11:26)
Unified Arts and Foreign Language
English and Foreign Language
CTE and Foreign Language
3rd Lunch 11:30-12:00PM (dismissal at 11:56)
Science and Math
CTE and History
Science and Special Education
4th Lunch 12:00-12:30PM (dismissal at 12:26)
English and CTE
Science and Math
English and History
12:30-1:51PM (81 Minutes)
Gold Period 2 Exam
Green Period 2 Exam
Gold Period 4 Exam

Friday, 1/27
Monday 1/30

7:17 AM
Students report to Green Period 3 Day Class for Attendance and Daily Announcements
Full Day of School
7:17-9:00 AM (103 Minutes)
Green Period 3 Exam

9:00-9:10 AM
Break

9:10-10:50 AM (100 Minutes)
Green Period 4 Exam


DIMISSAL-NO LUNCH