Monday, March 27, 2017

Daily Announcements



Robyn D'Ambrosio on her acceptance to University of Connecticut, Bryant University, Boston College, and Bentley University. 

Benjamin Bellavance on his acceptance to College of the Holy Cross.

Megan Moran on her acceptance to Union College and Connecticut College.

Joel Papp on his acceptance to Skidmore College. 


There will be a Portuguese Club Meeting on Tuesday, March 28th after school in room 122. Next outing,cookbook and t-shirts will be discussed.



There will be a Photography Club meeting this Wednesday, March 29th. Please remember to submit images to your folder and come prepared to take pictures outside!


Basketball Banquet

The boys' basketball awards' banquet
is scheduled for Sunday, April 2 @ 4 p.m. 
 Seniors and juniors should bring a main dish. 
 Sophomores & freshmen should bring drinks & desserts.

Course Selection Update for current Juniors and Freshman:

Mrs. Maidment and Mrs. Tremblett will continue to meet with all students individually. They began meeting with Juniors at the beginning of March and will continue through the end of April.  There are 203 students in the Junior class and these meetings are very thorough and take approximately 40 minutes. They involve the discussion of the students current transcript, career interest, future plans,college application process, and course selection.  Please do not worry if you haven't had your meeting yet there is plenty of time.
On March 31st and April 3rd, Mrs. Maidment and Mrs. Tremblett will spend the day meeting with all Freshman to go over their course selections. During this time they will discuss current grades, teacher recommendations, and make certain students have selected courses properly. 

DRRHS Guidance Counselors meet students at both Middle Schools

Last week Mrs.Donahue and Mrs Payne of the Guidance Department visited both middle schools Beckwith Middle School and Dighton Middle School to meet with 8th grade students to help with choosing courses for next year. We are very excited to welcome the Class of 2021 in the Fall.

On the Spot Admissions at DR

Last week the Guidance Department held its On the Spot Admissions day for Class of 2017 Students. Massasoit Community College, Fisher College and Bristol Community College representatives came to DR and met with students interested in attending their college. Over 10 seniors were accepted "on the spot" and congratulations to them all.  

Friday, March 24, 2017

Daily Announcements


Just wanted to make you aware: 
DR students will be participating in the CSF Door to Door Campaign this weekend.
 They will be collecting contributions for college scholarships.   
Thank you for your support!


The Spanish Club is selling colorful, handcrafted bracelets and handbags from PulseraProject.org! Aside from looking pretty sweet, proceeds provide hope and opportunity for Central American artists and their communities. Pick out your favorite bracelet during lunch, or in room 130 today.



There will be a Portuguese Club Meeting on Tuesday, March 28th after school in room 122. 
Next outing,cookbook and t-shirts will be discussed.


There will be a brief Peer Leader meeting on Tuesday, March 28th right after school in room 307. 
We will be discussing the upcoming talent show. Please be prompt and the meeting will be quick. 





 Jayde D'Agostino on her acceptance to Mount Ida College.

Hunter Kraatz on her acceptance to UMass Lowell, Rhode Island College, and Salem State University. 






The boys' basketball awards' banquet is scheduled for Sunday, April 2 @ 4 p.m. 
 Seniors and Juniors should bring a main dish.
 Sophomores & Freshmen should bring drinks & desserts.

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Daily Announcements



 Alexis Braz on her acceptance to Bentley University.

Joel Papp on his acceptance to Syracuse University. 



Congratulations to the following students on their acceptance to Bristol Community College:

 Saydee Barbosa, Mikayla Botelho, Abigail Enos, Ryan Botelho, Jillian Gallant, Tayler Andrews, Robert Medeiros, Katelyn Kotouch, Sarah Phaneuf. 




Reminder to underclassman:
The X2 Portal is open now for students to select courses. Academic teachers have had their individual discussions with their students, and have recorded their course recommendations. A total of 40 credits is needed to complete the selection; therefore, students will also need to select electives. Counselors will continue to meet with each of their students individually to answer any questions and review students' choices up until April vacation. To get a description of the individual courses, students should refer to the Program of Studies which can be found on the DR website under "Guidance". Students, please do your best to make selections on your own while the Portal is open. 

Multicultural Night has been Cancelled

Thank you to all the volunteers and those who expressed interest in attending.

STUDENT COURSE SELECTIONS ARE DUE......

The X2 Portal is open for students to select courses, and will remain open until March 31st. 




  • Students should first exam which courses they have been recommended for, by logging in to X2.

  • Click on "My Info" and "requests" and students will find that teachers have recorded their recommendations. 
  • All students should have 40 credits. In most cases, all of your CORE subjects are in place, and electives will need to be selected.
  • Refer to your Course selection guides for your specific year of grad.
  • Use your Program of Studies 17-18 to have a better understanding to the elective course content.
  • Select electives, and then "alternative" electives (in case you are shut out of the elective enrollment)

  • Counselors will be meeting with each student individually to review the student's choices before the master schedule is developed.


  • The selection process WILL END at 2:00 P.M. on Friday, March 31st.

Attention Seniors:

Greetings Seniors, Parents and Guardians!

Once students have received college acceptance letters, the next step is to choose a college and figure out how to pay for it. And while this is an exciting time, it can also be overwhelming. MEFA (the Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority) is offering upcoming seminars on Paying the College Bill. This seminar is designed to help families examine and compare financial aid awards, calculate the balance due, develop a plan to pay the bill.

At this event, you can bring your financial aid award letters, and a MEFA representative can assist you in better understanding the 'bottom line' with your award.

MEFA Paying the College Bill seminars are currently scheduled in many towns, see:

https://www.mefa.org/events/paying-the-college-bill/  for a list of locations and dates.
Good luck! - Mrs. Payne and Mrs. Donahue

The closest event is this Thursday in Taunton!  Please see the link above for more information!

School Choice for 2017-2018

School Choice for the 2017--2018 school year has been approved

Please visit here for the application