Saturday, May 31, 2014

Former Falcon awarded Smith Fellowship with trip to South Africa

Former Falcon Joe Day (DR class of 2011), now a PC Friar, was awarded one of the Smith Fellowships to serve for six weeks in South Africa with the Dominican Friars at The St. Martin de Porres Outreach and Development Center with underprivileged children.  (Picture with his DR Falcon shirt below!)  You can follow him on his blog:
 


Calendar for June!

Here the calendar for the month of June! Please check this link frequently since dates and times are subject to change.

Friday, May 30, 2014

Daily Announcements 5/30

The softball team hosts Rockland in the state tournament on Saturday, May 31st at 3:00. Please come out and support the team.

The Boys Tennis Team started State Tournament play yesterday by defeating Somerset/Berkley  by the score of 5-0. The Match featured wins at singles by Dylan Jann, Ryan Gilmore,and Tim Guimond, 1st doubles winners were Austin McEathron and Ryan Andrade and 2nd Doubles winners were Allan Fine and Case Framson.  The Boys await their next match opponent.

Congratulations to Austin McEathron and Ryan Andrade for being selected as South Coast Conference All-Stars in Boys Tennis. Honorable mentions go to Ryan Gilmore and Tim Guimond.


The DR girls' tennis team came away with a 5 - 0 playoff win against Randolph High School.  Jr. Emily Fredette blasted her way to a 6-1 6-0 victory to start things off, followed by 6-2, 6-3 win by sophomore Kim Reilly.  Juniors Kelly Brown and Meaghan O'Connell clinched the match with a 7-5, 6-3 win at #2 doubles.  Rounding out the scoring was junior Syvanna Caponigro and soph. Jaime Fastino with a 6-2, 6-3 doubles triumph and sophomore Emma Masse taking the #1 singles spot in a third set tie-breaker.  The girls now face undefeated Apponequet at their courts this afternoon.

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Student Government 2014 Elections

Click here to view the Student Government 2014 Student Election campaigns.  We would like to wish all students luck on their elections!

Daily Announcements 5/28

The softball team will host the winner of the Rockland vs Randolph game on Saturday, May 31st at 3:00 at D-R. Please come out and support the team in the state tournament.

A reminder to Portuguese Club members to meet in the parking lot at 5:30 for our outing today at Taunton Eagles restaurant.  Please be prompt.

The boys tennis team will open State tournament play tomorrow  as the 5th seed hosting Somerset at 2:30pm; Come out and support the boys.

Will the following students please report to room 321 to see Coach Cuthbertson at this time.  Kyle Greaves, Korey Gendreau, Chris Joachim, Ryan Botelho

The awards for Music and Drama students are May 29 from 2:00-2:45 in the cafeteria.

Powder Puff Rescheduled


Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Daily Announcements 5/27

The boys tack team won the SCC championship meet this past Friday for the fourth time in 7 years. Jake Juncker and TY Enos were the only first place individual finishes, while the team compiled 118 points with several second thru 6th places performances. Relay teams of  Alex Goss, Kyle Cappiello, Ed Medeiros, and Curtis Letourneau took second in the 4x100 . Top relay honors went to  the 4x400 and the 4x 800. They  were Enos, Juncker, Isiah Ferreira,Vic DaCosta, Joe Marcille, Alden Foelsche, Kyle Rendon and Dean Bullock. Members of the  Falcons will travel to Pembroke next Saturday to compete in the Division 3 championships.

Justin Walsh pitched a complete-game 6 hitter to lead the baseball team to a hard-fought, exciting 2-1 win @ Bishop Feehan on Saturday.  Cory Farrelly's RBI single in the 6th inning gave the Falcons the lead.  Ryan Murphy had 3 hits and Jake Salera added 2.  The team finishes the regular season with a 16-4 record. 
Reminder to Jazz Band members - rehearsals are today (Tues.) and tomorrow (Wed.) from 2-3.

The varsity softball team lost to Taunton on Friday night 2-1. Jordan Lizotte pitched a great game allowing only 6 hits. Kate Fournier had the only RBI driving in Catie Noons. Next game is the state tournament.
The girls spring track team finished 3rd at the SCC Conference Championships on Friday. Conference Champions included Julia Campezato in the Javelin, the 4x800 team of Aleigha Correia, Emily Cronan, Julia McCarthy and Caroline Thompson, and Mia Rogers as the dual champion in the 2 mile and the 800. Mia also was awarded track athlete of the meet. The girls compete at the class C meet this Saturday in Pembroke.


A notice to all art students: please come and take down your art work before Friday the 30th of May. We will not hold onto any artwork after that time.

Saturday, May 24, 2014

TRACK: Dighton-Rehoboth boys take home SCC Meet crown - The Sun Chronicle : Local Sports

TRACK: Dighton-Rehoboth boys take home SCC Meet crown - The Sun Chronicle : Local Sports

Veteran's Wall Unveiled

An amazing ceremony yesterday to honor our veterans who graduated from DRRHS. Thank you to all the students, teachers, and community volunteers who helped put the wall together, all the sponsors who donated for this project to be completed, and everyone who attended last night. What a way to kick off Memorial Day Weekend!

Article from Attleboro Sun Chronicle:
http://www.thesunchronicle.com/news/local_news/dighton-rehoboth-honors-its-veterans-with-new-memorial/article_40d53c32-ab43-5cc3-b892-7851e22e7a7a.html

Photos supplied by Miss Harwood








Friday, May 23, 2014

Daily Announcements 5/23

The D-R Special Olympics team traveled to Attleboro for the School Days Games yesterday. The group had solid performances in all events, earning a total of 7 gold, 10 silver and 13 bronze medals.


The Chess club would like to thank outgoing president Case Framson for all his hard work and dedication and to welcome next years club officers:  Deva Garnett, president, Greg Fine VP, and Sam Smith, treasurer.  Please stop by room 311, we will continue to hold meetings every Thursday until the end of the year.

This Week's DR News!

Here is this week's edition of DR News.
http://youtu.be/uolgsxAyVVw

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Catapults launched today in AP Physics and Calculus!







Daily Announcements 5/22

Tomorrow, Friday, May 23rd is the last day of official school for seniors. Please remember if you are planning to attend the athletic banquet, you need to fill out the appropriate paperwork with Ms. Dias by tomorrow.  All seniors report to school tomorrow at the normal time to your Gold Day Period 1 Class. 

Attendance will be taken by your teacher and then after announcements, seniors will be called down to the auditorium.  After graduation rehearsal during periods 1 and 2, we plan to have an outdoor bbq for seniors during period 3. All seniors must attend the BBQ.  Lastly, any obligations, including money for lost textbooks or unpaid lunch debts, and cap and gown money should be paid tomorrow. We expect all students to be on their best behavior but I do want to continue to remind seniors that any incidents on the last day of classes will jeopardize that student’s privilege of walking at graduation. 

The varsity softball team defeated Coyle Cassidy yesterday 2-1. Lauren Cappiello had an RBI triple in the 2nd inning scoring Kylie Fletcher to tie the game 1-1. Catie Noons had the game winning hit in the bottom of the 7th inning to score Erin Kelley. Kelly Madigan pitched a complete game with 9 strikeouts. All the seniors played great in the victory. The seniors are Catie Noons, Kelly Madigan, Jordan Lizotte, Lissa McLean and Lauren Tetreault. Next game is at Taunton High School tomorrow night at 7:00.

Students from the  D-R Transition Program, SAILS Program and South Coast Collaborative will be participating in the Special Olympics School Day Games today. If you see any of them in the hallways, please wish them good luck!

Any senior who has performed with the Chorus or Symphonic band and would like to sing the senior song tonight at the concert, please come to the school tonight at 5:30 in full concert dress. If you have any questions, please talk to Matt Haynes.

There will be NO student government meeting on Friday.

Boys Tennis practice is cancelled for today. Listen for announcements for tomorrow.

JV and freshmen softball practice has been canceled for today.  Varsity will have practice.

Seniors, do not forget to pick up your medications from the nurse before you go home today. Thank you!

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

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Daily Announcements 5/21

The Dighton Rehoboth Girls' Tennis Team completed their regular season with a turn-around 3-2 victory over Old Rochester yesterday.  Having lost by that score earlier in the season, the turn-around was started by a 6-0, 6-1 sweep at #3 singles by sophomore Kim Reilly, followed by a 6-4, 6-2 win at #1 doubles by the tandem of Jaime Fastino and Syvanna Caponigro.  A tough three set loss at two doubles, put the match on the shoulders of junior Emily Fredette.  Having lost the first set 6-2, she had to fight off a 1-4 deficit to come back and take a 7-5 second set. A third set lead was squandered, but Emily fought off the nerves and tiredness to edge out a 9-7 win in the third set tie breaker.  The 10 - 6 Lady Falcons now await their opponent to be named in the states. Please come out and support the softball team today as they host Coyle Cassidy on Senior Day. Game time is at 3:30.

A reminder to Portuguese Club members that there will be a meeting after school today to take the Yearbook picture and to discuss our last outing.  All are to attend.

The Boy's Tennis team lost a heart breaker yesterday to Old Rochest by the score of 3-2. The boy's  wins came on Tim Guimond 3 set victory and  Austin McEathrron's and Ryan Andrade's  2 set victory at first doubles. The boys finished the season with a 13-3 record and await  State Tournament play.

The Best Buddies powder puff football game will be played on Wednesday, June 4th at 6pm. Please see Mr. T, Mr. Garcia or Ms. Burnham if you have any questions.


Student Government would like to thank all who attended the Remembrance Walk and Outdoor Movie night. It was a fun night and we hope to see you all in the fall for our next show!

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Tumblr Page for Unified Basketball Team

The students from the D-R Transition Program created a Tumblr page for the Unified basketball team. The page is currently featuring photos from their recent victory over  the Staff All-Stars. Please follow the link below to check it out! 

https://www.tumblr.com/blog/drunifiedfans

*Thank you to Carolyn Hart for being our official team photographer! 

Summer Reading

School Wide Summer Reading 2014 

 Time Keeper 
by Mitch Albom

From the author who has inspired millions worldwide with books like Tuesdays with Morrie and
The Five People You Meet in Heaven comes his most imaginative novel yet, The Time Keeper--a
compelling fable about the first man on earth to count the hours. The man who became Father
Time.


Directions: All students enrolled in college, honors, or AP English will read the school wide summer reading title. In addition, students enrolled in honors or AP English will read three additional titles. Students should consult the reading list for their specific course.

Assessment: All students are expected to have read the work before school begins in September. Teachers will assess summer reading in various classes on September 10th and 11th. These two days are cross-curricular days in which teachers from across subject areas will incorporate lessons based upon the book into their classes. Thus, students will receive credit in multiple classes. Students will earn a grade for their work. Any work not completed will receive a grade of zero.

Daily Announcements 5/20

Trailing 4-1, the baseball team rallied for an exciting, hard-fought 8-7 win in 8 innings @ Seekonk yesterday.  Keith DeBlois earned the win in relief while Ryan Murphy, Jake Salera, Nate Swartz, and Jay Bingham had 2 hits each. The Falcons play @ Somerset-Berkley on Wednesday @ 3:30.

The D-R Unified Basketball team won a hard fought game against Mansfield yesterday. The Falcons were led by another strong offensive performance by Chris Bergus. The defense was led by the tenacious play of Jonathan Tavares. 

The varsity softball team defeated Seekonk yesterday 1-0. Kelly Madigan led off the the bottom of the 10th inning with a single. Lauren Cappiello sacrificed pinch runner Julia Gervais over to 3rd base. Lissa McLean had the game winning hit for the game winner. Jordan Lizotte pitched great in the victory. Next game is home tomorrow vs. Coyle Cassidy. Please come out and support the team. Tomorrow is also Senior day. The JV softball team won 3-2 over Seekonk. On Friday the Freshman softball team defeated Bridgewater Raynham 12-0.

The drama and music awards are May 29 from 2-3 in the cafeteria. You must RSVP to Ms. Voccio or Mrs. LaSalle by Friday, May 23 if you plan to attend.

Attention Chess Club!  All chess club members are strongly urged to attend Thursday's meeting.  At that time, we hope to hold elections for next year's officers, recognize champions, and bid our seniors a fond farewell.  Thanks for a great year!

If you have lost your blue cell phone today, please come to the office to see if it is yours.

Spring college awareness day is this Friday, May 23.  We invite all students and staff to wear their favorite college shirts.  Seniors, since this is your last day, make sure you proudly wear your future college!

Attention Class of 2017 Students

Attention Class of 2017 Students

Mrs Donahue and Mrs. Payne, the 2017 Guidance Counselors, would like to remind 2017 students to continue working hard in these remaining last weeks of school. Remember all of your grades from each term along with your grades from the mid term and final exam produce one final grade in each course.

Academic help is still available if needed. There is the Homework Club each Tuesday and Thursdayafterschool in the Media Center until 2:45pm. Students should also talk with their teachers about staying after with them if they are struggling in a class. Remember it is never to late to improve your grades.

The Guidance Counselors will speak with any students that MAY fail an academic course this year during the first week of June. Summer School brochures will be available then. Remember in order for a student to be eligible for summer school, their final grade in the class must be at least a 50. If it is lower, the studentmay need to repeat the class the following year again.

Lastly, we would like to encourage all students to get involved this summer and build your resume for college. Whether its a part time job, babysitting, volunteering or a summer internship, colleges want to see you make the most of your summer vacation.

As always, please contact your child's counselor with any questions.

Mrs Donahue Last Names A-K
Mrs. Payne Last Name L-Z

Monday, May 19, 2014

JV Baseball defeats Seekonk

JV Baseball defeated Seekonk today 9-1. Blake Cox pitched 5 innings with zero earned runs. Arthur Correira finished the game with 2 solid innings with 5 strikeouts. Offense was led by Kyle Moynihan with 3 hits; Dallas Noons and Mike Charette each with crucial RBIs. Next game will be on Wednesday at Somerset-Berkley.

DR's First Unified Basketball Game

The DR Best Buddies program hosted it's First Unified Basketball Game against Mansfield.  Advisors, Mr. Tichacek and Mr.Garcia, worked with Science teacher Mrs. Rose and history teacher Mr. Pacheco to organize the event.  The Unified Basketball team is a mixture of the DR Boys and Girls basketball team paired up with buddies from the Best Buddies program.  All the students had fun and everyone cheered on the buddies to do their best!  Below is a photo of today's game.  


Daily Announcements 5/19

The Leo Club's Second Annual Band & Open Mic Night will be taking place on Friday, May 23rd at the Dighton Lion's Pavilion, behind the Dighton Town Hall on Somerset Ave from 5 to 9. Tickets will be sold in the lunches for $5, or they may be purchased at the door. Stop by for grilled foods, listen to many of Dighton - Rehoboth's bands and artists, or even get up on stage yourself!

The boys track team had an impressive showing yesterday at the division 3 state relays. The team took 9th place with 21 points out of nearly 50 schools. Top performances were led by the high jump team of Ty Enos, Jake Juncker and Alex Fortier and the javelin team of Cam Reed, Cam Card, and Noah Chartier took 2nd place. The sprint medley team of Jake Juncker, Ty Enos, Alex Goss and Victor DaCosta set a new time of 3:37 placing 5th overall. Alden Foelsche, Joe Marcille, Kyle Rendon, and Isiah Ferreira took 5th in the distance medley team.The Falcons travel to seekonk this Friday for the SCC championships 

The Annual Remembrance walk will be held on May 20th at 7 pm. Please come join us at the Dighton Entrance to participate. Forms for pledges can be found on the bulletin board in the Rehoboth foyer or the main office. The outdoor movie night feature the film Ferris Bueller's Day Off is tomorrow night at 7:45 in the courtyard. Tickets are $3 and will be sold at all lunches and after school in Ms. Beckett's Room. Hope to see you there!


Attn: Seniors.  Please remember that all books and materials need to be turned into your teachers by next Friday, May 30th.  If you owe for any books you will need to pay that obligation before getting your cap and gown.  

Sunday, May 18, 2014

DR Baseball defeats Bishop Feehan

Justin Walsh pitched a complete game 2 hitter to lead the baseball team to a 12-1 win over Bishop Feehan today and improve their record to 13-4. Ryan Murphy, Joey Rogers, Brody Rubenstein, and Cory Farrelly had 2 hits each.

Important Information for Graduating Seniors

Important Information for Graduating Seniors
 
This is an exciting and very busy time of year for seniors so we wanted to email you with a few reminders as we head toward graduation. 
 
Please make sure you have:
1) Paid off all debts/outstanding balances to the Cafeteria. Check with the main office to see what you owe. Checks should be payable to DRRHS.
 
2) Paid $17 to DRRHS to Mrs. Dias in Main office for Cap and Gown (only if you didn't pay your class dues).Again, if you pulled your class dues in full, you do not need to purchase a cap and gown.
 
3) Returned all textbooks by the end of your final exam or paid for any textbooks lost. 
 
4) Met all of your graduation responsibilities with regards to academics. Please check with teachers and guidance counselors to make sure you have met all graduation requirements.
 
**The first 3 things are necessary to pick up cap and gown at the second graduation rehearsal on Monday 6/2. You will NOT be allowed to pick up your cap and gown unless your debts have been paid.**
 
Please make sure you have saved these mandatory dates:
1) Senior's Last Day Friday 5/23- includes Graduation Rehearsal Periods 1/2 followed by BBQ. Report to period 1 class in the morning and we will call you to auditorium after announcements.
2) Graduation Rehearsal Monday 6/2 8:30am- 10:15am (or until we finish)
3) Graduation Rehearsal Tuesday 6/3 8:30am-10:15am (or until we finish)
4) Graduation 6/7 4:30pm (outside if weather is nice :) ...back up plan is gym)
 
*If you fail to attend graduation rehearsal, your name will be removed from the marching list. If you work, you have been plenty of notice to take the time off. This is the priority!*
 
*If you choose to not walk at graduation, please have a parent/guardian contact Mr. Harrison by 5/23* This is rare but it does impact out marching order so we do need to know.*
 
Wednesday 5/21- GOLD
6:30pm: Senior Supper @ Venus deMilo
 
Thursday 5/22- GREEN
5pm-9pm: Art Show (Art Wing)
 
7pm: Spring Concert (Auditorium)
 
Friday 5/23- GOLD
Senior's Last Day of Classes:
Seniors will report to period 1 for attendance. Then after announcements, students will be called to Auditorium for Graduation Rehearsal Periods 1/2.
 
10:20am: Outdoor BBQ on Football Field with lawn games, dunk booth, etc.
 
Seniors will be allowed to leave after the BBQ.
 
6pm: Dedication of Veteran's Wall- Main Office Foyer
 
Tuesday 5/27- GREEN
Green Period 1 and Period 2 Final Exams
 
Wednesday 5/28- GOLD
Gold Period 1 and Period 2 Final Exams
 
Thursday 5/29- GREEN
Green Period 3 and 4 Final Exams
 
6:30pm Athletic Banquet @Whites of Westport...please return this form by 5/23 if you are attending. Senior athletes do not pay but for parents and other guests, the cost is $25. No senior athlete will be admitted without a ticket that they will receive when they fill out the form.
 
Friday 5/30- GOLD
Gold Period 3 and 4 Final Exams
 
**Students should only come to school during Final Exam week during the exact times in which they have an exam. Please report to your classroom in which you have the exam. Please remember to bring any textbooks and return them to your teacher at this time if you have not done so already.**
 
Monday 6/2
8:30am- Graduation Rehearsal (Auditorium)
Please be on time since we will not start until all students are there. If all goes well, we will be done by 10:30am. However, it may run later if students are not punctual. Everyone is needed for marching practice to work! If you need to clean-out your locker, please arrive at 8am.
 
Tuesday 6/3
Grades due for Seniors. 
 
8:30am-Graduation Rehearsal (Auditorium)
Please be on time since we will not start until all students are there. If all goes well, we will be done by 10:30am. However, it may run later if students are not punctual. Everyone is needed for marching practice to work!
 
6:30pm Celebration of Excellence (auditorium)- Students in NHS or who participated in CSF will be recognized as well as several private scholarships and school-wide awards will be given out to seniors.
 
Thursday 6/5
6pm: Senior Prom @ Rhodes on the Pawtuxet
 
Saturday 6/7- GRADUATION DAY! :)
4:30pm graduation. We will let you know on Tuesday, 6/3 what time you should arrive for graduation. There is no ticket limit if held outside but if the event is indoors due to inclement weather, tickets will be limited to 2 per graduate.
 

Saturday, May 17, 2014

School Council Minutes Posted...Next Meeting Scheduled

Here are the minutes from the April 15th meeting. The next meeting is scheduled for 6/10 at 5:30pm in the main office conference room.

Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School
School Council Minutes
April 15, 2014
5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Main Office Conference Room

Committee members present: Kiley Baltazar, Kevin Braga, Heather Cross, Rob Eddy, John Greenlees, Pat Gouveia, John Harrison, Brendan Henrique, David Moura, Rachel Philip, Lisa Salois, Ann Siachos

I. Summary of D-R Highlights
Upcoming events for the Senior Class include the Senior Supper, Celebration of Excellence, Senior Prom, and the Graduation ceremony slated for June 7 at 4:30 p.m.
Members of the senior class who have a grade average of 85 or higher are exempt from final exams.
The D-R Mock Trial Team made it to the Sweet 16 regional competition for the first time since its inception.
The Military Wall Project honoring faculty members who have served is near completion.
The Second Annual Spread the Word to End the Word campaign video by D-R freshman Celie Little went viral with 45,000 hits.
The first-ever Foreign Language Week was a success.
Spring sports are underway.

II. Proposed Handbook Changes
            Committee members approved the proposed changes to the D-R Handbook including eligibility for field trips (students must have good attendance and passing grades) and the move to replace the Student Assistance Team with the Response to Intervention multi-tiered approach to support student with learning and behavioral needs.

III. Upcoming Events
            Walk-a-Thon in memory of Michelle Renaud to benefit American Cancer Society: 5/1
Talent Show: May 2
            Junior Prom: May 9
            Best Buddies Powder Puff: 5/16


Respectfully submitted by

Ann Siachos

Art Show and Spring Concert set for Thursday, May 22nd

All are invited to our Annual Fine Arts Night on Thursday, May 22nd.  Come enjoy the outstanding displays by our student and staff artists, and hear our music ensembles including Symphonic Band, Chorus, Pro Musica Choir, Jazz Band and more.  The Art Gallery will be open from 5-9 in the art wing; the Spring Concert will begin at 7 in the auditorium.  Hope to see you there!

Athletic Banquet Ticket Information

On behalf of the coaches at Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School, we would like to cordially invite you to attend the Athletic Banquet at Whites of Westport on Thursday, 5/29 @6:30pm. This event highlights mostly senior athletic achievements but we do like to open it to all students. For any non-senior students, parents, or guests, the cost of a ticket is $25. For senior varsity athletes, the event is free but you need to fill out the form here so we can tell Whites of Westport you will be coming!

Checks should be made payable to Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School and should be given to Ms. Dias in the main office by Friday, 5/23. Please accompany the check with the filled out remittance form.

Friday, May 16, 2014

Daily Announcements 5/16

The Boys Tennis team improved its record yesterday to 13 and 2 with a 4-1 victory over Bourne. The boys will have late practice today.

The Portuguese Club will meet next Wednesday 5/21 to take the yearbook picture and to discuss our last outing. All are to attend.

The D-R Unified Basketball team beat the Staff All-Stars in a tight game yesterday afternoon. The Unified team was led by strong offensive performances by Ryan Corvi, Chris Bergus and Sean Sutermeister. The Unified defense was led by the tenacious play of Anthony St. John. The staff team was led by the aggressive play of Mrs. DuBois and the smooth jumper of Mr. Antani.

The Falcons Girls' Tennis Team turned the tables on Bourne yesterday with Emily Fredette sealing the win with a 6-2, 6-4 victory at #2 singles.  Jaime Fastino and Syvanna Caponigro started with a straight set win at doubles, which was joined by Kim Reilly's straight set win.  Alyssa Carlson and Liza Souza completed the match with a sweep of their doubles pair-off.. Now at 9 - 6 the girls finish off the regular season with a home match against Old Rochester on Tuesday.

Congratulations to Emma Kearns who will be the senior essay honors speaker at Graduation this year.


Reminder to Pro Musica - the final concert rehearsal is today (Mon.) from 2-3.  All must attend.