Saturday, February 28, 2015

January/February Edition of the Falcon Flyer

Here is the January/February edition of the student newspaper, the Falcon Flyer.

CSF Press Release-Citizen Scholarship Foundation Information

Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School

Citizens Scholarship Foundation of
Dighton-Rehoboth Dollars for Scholars®

March's Fundraiser is Snow-Delayed

During the second week in March, Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School Seniors go door-to-door to raise funds for their college scholarships.  The participating students all receive an equal share of the funds collected during this campaign.  Since the 1960's, Rehoboth and Dighton residents, businesses, and organizations have always donated toward the Citizens Scholarship Foundation.

However, this year the Foundation members and High School administration deemed the roads as too unsafe to go door-to-door in March, and have re-scheduled it for April 17 - 26, 2015.

All residents of Dighton and Rehoboth are asked to please plan your continued support for the Seniors when they come to your door.

Any Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School senior who is a member in good standing in the current graduating class, and actively participates in the Door-to-Door Campaign may apply for a CSF of Dighton-Rehoboth scholarship. Scholarships are available for any accredited form of higher education, provided it is for a standard degree or certificate of study.  Specific safeguards are built in to see that all scholarships awarded are used for their intended educational purpose.

All Seniors can get information for this annual fund-raiser from the Guidance Office.


Next Meeting for Parents of Dighton-Rehoboth Seniors

Parents of Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School seniors are invited to attend the next meeting of the Scholarship Foundation, 6:30 – 8:00 P.M. on Thursday, March 19, 2015, at the High School’s administration conference room.  The purpose of this meeting is to show how students may apply for the annual scholarships that are awarded at the Celebration of Excellence.

CSF of Dighton-Rehoboth is a program of Dollars for Scholars®, a Scholarship America® organization, which is the largest national private scholarship organization in the United States.  CSF of Dighton-Rehoboth members are citizens from the towns of Dighton and Rehoboth, Massachusetts who volunteer their time and energies toward raising money for educational scholarships.  There are no paid employees or office overhead; 100% of all funds collected go directly to students deserving scholarship assistance.

Citizens Scholarship Foundation Of
Dighton-Rehoboth Dollars for Scholars®
P.O. Box 696
Rehoboth MA 02769

(508) 222-5872

Guidance College Visit Field Trip

We had an overwhelming response to the college visit field trip. Unfortunately the colleges will only allow us to bring 30 students so we had to make the cut off criteria to be juniors in good standing with a GPA of 89 or above. The list of students who will be going on the trip will be posted in guidance, but theses students must have their forms in by Tuesday morning or we will go to our wait list of the next junior who has their form in. We are so pleased with the level of interest we will be trying to do more college trips in the future.

Friday, February 27, 2015

This Week & The Week Ahead

This week we returned from school vacation and by the end of today we finally felt like we can get some routines established.  As of right now, our last day of school will be Monday, June 29th.  We are crossing our fingers that we do not get any more snow and that spring approaches sooner than later.  

Budget Update/School Committee:

Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School Committee approves $39.6M budget: The article explains how this is the first step in the budget process and that there is still some adjustments that will be made to meet the needs of both towns. 

Scheduling Update:
Beginning Monday, March 2nd,  all students will select their classes online through the X2 Portal.  Teacher recommendations have been automatically inputted into a student’s schedule requests for core and required courses. Other courses, such as electives, students will select on the X2 portal. Students were provided the following checklists to guide them when selecting courses for the 2015-2016 school year.


Please review  your child’s teacher recommendations on the X2 Student/Parent Portal.
1) Log-in to the X2 Student and Parent Portal. If you  need your child's username and password for X2, please call the Guidance Office at 508-252-5050.
2)  Select the MY INFO top tab
3)  Select the REQUESTS side tab.

There are prerequisites listed in the Program of Studies for many of the courses. Prerequisites are intended to give students the recommended placement for next year so that they can be most successful. Teachers have recommended students for courses in X2 based on the student’s performance. Students and parents may override a teacher’s recommendation using the Override Form on p. 82 of the Program of Studies. All overrides should be submitted to your child's Guidance counselor no later than the last day of the 2014-2015 school year.

We are asking students to make their course selections next week (Monday, March 3rd through Sunday, March 8th). Then, the guidance counselors will be checking in with students during the month of March to make sure their course selections meet the student’s needs and interests.

To select courses using the X2 Student Parent Portal, students should do the following:
2)  Select the MY INFO top tab
3)  Select the REQUESTS side tab.
4) Under PRIMARY REQUESTS, select the preferred electives. Select as many as you would like so that you have signed up for 40 credits (including core classes recommended by your teachers). Full year electives are 5.0 credits and semester electives are 2.5 credits.
5) Under ALTERNATE REQUESTS, select a minimum of 3 electives in case you do not get the courses you selected as primary requests. Please be sure to prioritize them.

If you have any questions about your child’s schedule for the 2015-2016 school year, please contact your child’s teacher and/or guidance counselor who can best assist you. If the instructions above are overwhelming, please do not worry since the guidance team is prepared to assist students during the month of March.

American Mathematics Contest
On February 3rd 91 students at Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School participated in the American Mathematics Contest.  Students have the opportunity of competing in the nation, state and school.  This year the top rankings in the school for the AMC 12 contest are: Cody Trudelle (1st), Quentin Small (2nd) and Gregory Boudreau-Fine (3rd) and for the AMC 10 contest: Katherine McCombs (1st), Robyn D’Amborosio and Mikayla Silva (tied for 2nd).  Congratulations to these deserving students and all who participated. The purpose of this national contest is to spur interest in mathematics and develop talent through the excitement of friendly competition at problem solving in a timed format.  The problems on the contest are hard, “outside of the box”, but designed within reach. Just by participating in the contest your student should feel accomplished, because these problems are meant to be more challenging than routinely encountered in mathematics courses.
Above: Curriculum Coordinator of the Math Department, Mrs. Deschenes congratulates sophomore Mikayla Silva on her achievement. 
Above: Math Award recipients from left to right: Robyn D’Ambrosio (10), Cody Trudelle (12), Quentin Small (12), Gregory Boudreau-Fine (12), and Katherine McCombs (10). 


AP Spanish students visit local restaurant
On Thursday, February 26th, Mrs. Lomba and her two AP Spanish classes enjoyed dinner at El Mariachi in Taunton. Students experienced authentic Mexican cuisine while practicing their speaking skills student’s learned this year. 



Multicultural Night
On Thursday, March 12th, Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School will be hosting a Multicultural night to celebrate, promote, and embrace diversity. Both Chipotle and Qdoba restaurants have generously offered to cater the event, allowing us to dedicate this night to experiencing various cultural foods. There will also be cultural dances such as Russian Ballet, Irish Step, Tribal Dance etc. performed by D-R students as well as students from Piroutte Dance Academy in Fall River. Tickets for the event are on sale now and are also available at the door. Tickets are 5.00 each. Contact Mrs. Lomba (mlomba@drregional.org) or Carly Bell (carlygirl2324@gmail.com) with any questions.

 

 Captain's Practice Beware: 

At the start of each season, we hear athletes chat about "Captain's Practice."  The "MIAA does not in any way sanction, encourage, or condone "Captain's Practice".  Students cannot use Dighton-Rehoboth facilities for any form of Captain's Practice.  Below is taken from the MIAA Handbook:

24. Captain's Practice: The term "Captain's Practice" usually means the team's captain(s) organizing and conducting, without adult supervision, out-of-season practice for that sport.

The MIAA does not in any way sanction, encourage, or condone "Captain's Practice" in any sport. "Captain's Practice", depending on the member school's involvement, may be a clear violation of the rule defining season limitations.

There is also a serious practical consideration. If it can be demonstrated that a school is allowing "Captain's Practice", the liability responsibility for an injured athlete may be quite serious.

If athletes have any questions, please see Mr. Kelley.  


Spread the Word Day at D-R: Tuesday, March 3rd 
For the past three years, the D-R Best Buddies chapter has organized an awareness campaign called "Spread the Word to End the Word." The campaign focused on the elimination of the derogatory use of the word "retard." This initiative has taken hold at D-R and we have seen a great deal of progress toward reaching our goal. 

This year, our group will strive to "Spread the Word" in a different way. Next Tuesday, the Best Buddies would like to celebrate the amazing things our students and staff are doing to support individuals with disabilities in our community. The culminating event is the game between our Unified basketball team and our Staff All-Stars. The game will take place in the gym at 2:30pm.  Below are a few ways that students can help throughout the day. 
·  Students and staff are encouraged to wear D-R colors to school on Tuesday to show support for the Unified team. 
·  Stop by our tables at lunch to participate in our awareness activities 
·  Attend the basketball game after school. Admission is free! 
Feel free to contact Mr. Tichacek or Mr. Garcia if you have any questions


 Citizens Scholarship Foundation of Dighton-Rehoboth Dollars for Scholars®: March's Fundraiser is Snow-Delayed
During the second week in March, Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School Seniors go door-to-door to raise funds for their college scholarships.  The participating students all receive an equal share of the funds collected during this campaign.  Since the 1960's, Rehoboth and Dighton residents, businesses, and organizations have always donated toward the Citizens Scholarship Foundation.

However, this year the Foundation members and High School administration deemed the roads as too unsafe to go door-to-door in March, and have re-scheduled it for April 17 - 26, 2015.

All residents of Dighton and Rehoboth are asked to please plan your continued support for the Seniors when they come to your door.

Any Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School senior who is a member in good standing in the current graduating class, and actively participates in the Door-to-Door Campaign may apply for a CSF of Dighton-Rehoboth scholarship. Scholarships are available for any accredited form of higher education, provided it is for a standard degree or certificate of study.  Specific safeguards are built in to see that all scholarships awarded are used for their intended educational purpose.

All Seniors can get information for this annual fund-raiser from the Guidance Office.

Adult volunteers can find more information at Dighton.Rehoboth.DollarsForScholars.org or by phoning the telephone number below.

Next Meeting for Parents of Dighton-Rehoboth Seniors

Parents of Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School seniors are invited to attend the next meeting of the Scholarship Foundation, 6:30 – 8:00 P.M. on Thursday, March 19, 2015, at the High School’s administration conference room.  The purpose of this meeting is to show how students may apply for the annual scholarships that are awarded at the Celebration of Excellence.

CSF of Dighton-Rehoboth is a program of Dollars for Scholars®, a Scholarship America® organization, which is the largest national private scholarship organization in the United States.  CSF of Dighton-Rehoboth members are citizens from the towns of Dighton and Rehoboth, Massachusetts who volunteer their time and energies toward raising money for educational scholarships.  There are no paid employees or office overhead; 100% of all funds collected go directly to students deserving scholarship assistance.

Citizens Scholarship Foundation Of
Dighton-Rehoboth Dollars for Scholars®
P.O. Box 696
Rehoboth MA 02769
(508) 222-5872


Headlines:


Dighton filmmaker hopes short film will be his break at fame: Click the following link to read about 2010 DRRHS Graduate Jack Neville and his production company, RacePoint Productions about a free screening of “Second Chance” at Home Plate Bay Street Grill in Taunton tonight at 9:30 pm. 

Ski Trip on Saturday March 14th: See Mr. Kelley for details.

DR Boys and Girls Lacrosse is approved!

DR/Seekonk Hockey: The Dighton-Rehoboth/Seekonk Hockey team will play their first game of the 2014-2015 postseason tomorrow at Bourne @ 2:00 pm.  Good luck!

 



 

Course Selections for 2015-2016 School Year

Beginning Monday, March 2nd,  all students will select their classes online through the X2 Portal.  Teacher recommendations have been automatically inputted into a student’s schedule requests for core and required courses. Other courses, such as electives, students will select on the X2 portal. Students were provided the following checklists to guide them when selecting courses for the 2015-2016 school year:


Please review  teacher recommendations on the X2 Student/Parent Portal by doing the following:
1) Log-in to the X2 Student and Parent Portal. If you  need your  username and password for X2, please call the Guidance Office at 508-252-5050.
2)  Select the MY INFO top tab
3)  Select the REQUESTS side tab.
There are prerequisites listed in the Program of Studies for many of the courses. Prerequisites are intended to give students the recommended placement for next year so that they can be most successful. Teachers have recommended students for courses in X2 based on the student’s performance. Students and parents may override a teacher’s recommendation using the Override Form on p. 82 of the Program of Studies. All overrides should be submitted to your child's Guidance counselor no later than the last day of the 2014-2015 school year.
We are asking students to make their course selections next week (Monday, March 3rd through Sunday, March 8th). Then, the guidance counselors will be checking in with students during the month of March to make sure their course selections meet the student’s needs and interests.

To select courses using the X2 Student Parent Portal, students should do the following:
2)  Select the MY INFO top tab
3)  Select the REQUESTS side tab.
4) Under PRIMARY REQUESTS, select your preferred electives. Select as many as you would like so that you have signed up for 40 credits (including core classes recommended by your teachers). Full year electives are 5.0 credits and semester electives are 2.5 credits.
5) Under ALTERNATE REQUESTS, select a minimum of 3 electives in case you do not get the courses you selected as primary requests. Please be sure to prioritize them.
If you have any questions about your schedule for the 2015-2016 school year, please contact your teachers and/or guidance counselor who can best assist you. If the instructions above are overwhelming, please do not worry since the guidance team is prepared to assist students during the month of March.

Thank you.
Mr. Braga, Ms. DiGioia, Mr. Harrison, Mr. Kelley, and Ms. Peters
The HS Administrative Team

This Week's High Fives

Congratulations to this week's High Fives:

Daily Announcements 2/27

Today at all lunches student government officers will be selling the matchomatics results for $2! Don't miss out on this opportunity to find out who is your perfect match!

Attention Students- Have you ever dreamed of watching your favorite teacher get dunked on? You will have your chance next Tuesday when the D-R Unified basketball team takes on the Staff All-Stars. The game is at 2:30 in the gym. Please wear green and gold to school on Tuesday to show your support for your classmates.

A BIG Congratulations the SkillsUSA students who competed in Districts yesterday at Diman.  Jordan Perreault and Will Barresi  took home the Gold medal and Evan Cardoza and Corey Snook won the Silver in Digital Cinema Production.  They will be moving on to the State competition in May!  Great job!!!

Attention students: Are you interested in participating in our 2nd annual Poster contest? If so, please turn in your poster by March 9th to your language teacher. This years theme is Embracing Culture and Diversity. First place wins a @25 gift card. Winner to be announced on 3/10 during National Foreign Language Week.

A reminder that there will an important meeting for the Portuguese Club on Monday After school in room 122. All members must attend.

The latest issue of the DR Falcon Flyer is out! Go to our blog or just Google "DR Falcon Flyer"!

There will be a mandatory Falcon Flyer meeting on Tuesday, March 3rd, from 2 to 3 in Room 313.

Everyone that had signed up for drivers education has made it into the next class which starts on Thursday, March 5th.  


The winner of the Pennies for Patients money drive is Mr. Morrison's room with a total of $57.18. Congratulations.

Ski Trip

Please remember that we are still signing students up for the DR Ski trip to Wachusett Mountain on Saturday Mach 14th. Sign up in the Athletic Office with Mr Kelley. 

DR Boys and Girls Lacrosse

We made history!!! DR Falcon Lacrosse Team for the first time in the schools history.  There is still time to sign up for boys and girls Lacrosse. The team is being assembled for competition this Spring as a Club Sport.  If you are interested please sign up in the Athletic Office with Mr Kelley. 

AP Spanish students enjoy dinner at El Mariachi

AP Spanish students enjoy dinner at El Mariachi in Taunton. Students experience authentic Mexican cuisine while practicing their speaking and celebrate completing more than half the course!



Thursday, February 26, 2015

MIAA-Captain's Practice Beware

At the start of each season, we hear athletes chat about "Captain's Practice."  The "MIAA does not in any way sanction, encourage, or condone "Captain's Practice".  Students cannot use Dighton-Rehoboth facilities for any form of Captain's Practice.  Below is taken from the MIAA Handbook:

24. Captain's Practice:
-The term "Captain's Practice" usually means the team's captain(s) organizing and conducting, without adult supervision, out-of-season practice for that sport.

-MIAA does not in any way sanction, encourage, or condone "Captain's Practice" in any sport. "Captain's Practice", depending on the member school's involvement, may be a clear violation of the rule defining season limitations.

-There is also a serious practical consideration. If it can be demonstrated that a school is allowing "Captain's Practice", the liability responsibility for an injured athlete may be quite serious.

If athletes have any questions, please see Mr. Kelley.

Daily Announcements 2/26

There will be an informational pre-season softball meeting in Room 115 on Tuesday, March 3rd immediately after school. Any girl's interested in playing softball this year should attend. If you have any questions please see Coach Kulpa or Coach Saxon.

Congratulations to Alyssa Domingos on  her acceptance to Massachusetts College of Art and Design.  YAHOO!!

Today is the last day to sign up for drivers education class.  This will be the last class offered.  The first class will begin on Thursday, March 5th.  Sign up is in the main office.

Congratulations to Alexandra Furtado on her acceptance to Clark University, George Mason University, Pennsylvania State University, Roger Williams University, and Seton Hall University.  YAHOO!!

Attention for anyone interested in participating on the 2015 boys and girls spring track teams, there will be an informational meeting on Wednesday March 4th after school in the cafeteria.  If you have any questions you may see Coach Fyfe, Coach Moura or  Coach Rozzero.  Be sure to register on family ID before this meeting.

Any student who plans to attend the BU/Suffolk University field trip, must come pick up a field trip eligibility form located on Mrs. Tremblett's door as soon as possible.  This form needs needs to be signed off on by teachers and returned to Mrs. Tremblett by Monday, March 2.  The cost of the trip is $17 and once all of the field trip eligibility forms are turned in, we will begin collecting money from those who are eligible to attend.  We have received an overwhelming response to the field trip, therefore, first preference will be given to Juniors in good standing, followed by Sophomores in good standings.  Any questions, see Mrs. Tremblett for more information.

Anyone interested in playing freshman, JV, or varsity baseball should report to an organizational meeting in room 109 today @ 2 p.m.

There will be an organizational meeting today after school for students who wish to play Tennis this Spring. The Boys will meet in room 122 and the girls will meet in 129. Please be prompt.

The Portuguese Club will be having a meeting Monday March 2 after school in room 122. This meeting must be attended by all members as we will be discussing the upcoming Foreign Language Week. I f you have any questions please see Mr. Augusto or one of the officers.  Thank you
Attention girls' basketball players. There will be a meeting after school on Monday right after school in the gym to collect uniforms and vote for captains. All players must attend.

Attention Feminist Club:  The meeting scheduled for today, Thursday February 26th has been cancelled. Stay tuned for further announcements.

Congratulations to the Mock Trial Team for their 2nd win of the season.  The Mock Trial Team defeated Case High School 101 - 92 with perfect points awarded to Patrick Newman, Brittany Sousa, Brendan Henrique, and Tori Scott.  Outstanding performance by Greg Fine as well.  The team has their third competition on Sunday against Oliver Ames High School.

Attention Seniors,  All next week dues will be collected before and after school  by Mrs O'Gara in  room 114 .   Dues are $ 105.  Please make sure you are fully paid.  If you are unsure check with Mrs O'Gara.  


Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Field Trip Information to BU/Suffolk University

Any student who plans to attend the BU/Suffolk University field trip, must come pick up a field trip eligibility form located on Mrs. Tremblett's door as soon as possible.  This form needs needs to be signed off on by teachers and returned to Mrs. Tremblett by Monday, March 2nd.  The cost of the trip is $17 and once all of the field trip eligibility forms are collected, we will begin collecting money from those who are eligible to attend.  We have received an overwhelming response to the field trip, therefore, first preference will be given to Juniors in good standing, followed by Sophomores in good standings.  Any questions, see Mrs. Tremblett for more information.

Coming Soon....Multicultural Night

Multicultural Night

On Thursday, March 12th, Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School will be hosting a Multicultural night to celebrate, promote, and embrace diversity. Both Chipotle and Qdoba restaurants have generously offered to cater the event, allowing us to dedicate this night to experiencing various cultural foods. There will also be cultural dances such as Russian Ballet, Irish Step, Tribal Dance etc. performed by D-R students as well as students from Piroutte Dance Academy in Fall River. Tickets for the event are on sale now and are also available at the door. Tickets are 5.00 each. Contact  Mrs. Lomba (mlomba@drregional.org) or Carly Bell (carlygirl2324@gmail.com) with any questions.


Daily Announcements 2/25

Discussion? Opinions? Fun? If you want an entertaining place to go after school on Thursday come to room 113, Ms. King's room for Feminist Club. All students are welcomed!

Attention staff and students: Clear your calendars and join us for the first annual Multicultural Night at D-R on Thursday, March 12th at 6pm. Come sample some authentic cuisine and experience a variety of cultural performances. Tickets cost $5.00 and include dinner and the show. Please see Mrs. Lomba with any questions.

Attention Best Buddies, Leo Club and Student Government members- There will be a poster party to help support the Unified Basketball team next Monday from 2-3pm in the Media Center. Please see your advisor if you have any questions.

Like travelling to new and exciting places? The D-R Explorers would like to hear from you! The Explorers will be embarking on trips near and far after school or on weekends to destinations chosen by students here at the school. Anyone is welcome to share their ideas and get more information after school on Thursday in Room 120. Come be a part of something new and fun!

Attention Best Buddies- Prom permission slips and payment are due to Ms. Burnham by the end of the day tomorrow.

Pro Musica rehearsal will be on Thursday from 2:00-2:45.

Anyone interested in playing freshman, JV, or varsity baseball should report to an organizational meeting on Thursday at 2 p.m. in room 109.

Attention any students interested in playing Tennis this spring. There will be an organizational meeting for all boys and girls interested in playing tennis this spring. The meetings will be Thursday after school in room 122 for the boys and 129 for the girls. Players are asked to sign up on Family ID if you are interested in playing and make sure you have a current physical.

Congratulations to Sabrina Jefferson on her acceptance to University of Rhode Island.  YAHOO!!

Congratulations to Emma Smith on her acceptance to Elmira College, Husson University, and Marymount Manhattan College.  YAHOO!!

There will be an informational pre-season softball meeting in Room 115 on Tuesday, March 3rd immediately after school. Any girl's interested in playing softball this year should attend. If you have any questions please see Coach Kulpa or Coach Saxon.

Congratulations to Alyssa Domingos on  her acceptance to Massachusetts College of Art and Design.  YAHOO!!

Tomorrow is the last day to sign up for drivers education class.  This will be the last class offered. 

The first class will begin on Thursday, March 5th.  Sign up is in the main office.

Congratulations to Alexandra Furtado on her acceptance to Clark University, George Mason University, Pennsylvania State University, Roger Williams University, and Seton Hall University.  YAHOO!!

Attention for anyone interested in participating on the 2015 boys and girls spring track teams, there will be an informational meeting on Wednesday March 4th after school in the cafeteria.  If you have any questions you may see Coach Fyfe, Coach Moura or  Coach Rozzero. Be sure to register on family ID before this meeting.

The DR Mock Trial Team defeated Bridgewater-Raynham yesterday in their first match of the season, by a score of 95-71.  The team was led in points by attorneys Brendan Henrique, Patrick Newman, Greg Fine, and Tori and Toni Scott.  Witnesses who lead in points were Brandon Weddell and Cassidy Vincent. The team was also led with strong performances by Brittany Sousa and Andrea Lawlor.  The team is back at it again for their 2nd competition today against Case High School.  

MULTICULTURAL NIGHT AT D-R

MULTICULTURAL NIGHT AT D-R
Join us for dinner, a show, and to celebrate diversity!

THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 2015
DIGHTON-REHOBOTH REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
CAFETERIA
6:00 PM


v Wear clothing to celebrate your cultural background.
v Sample some Mexican, Portuguese, & Italian Cuisine.
v Experience a variety of cultural performances including:
Russian Ballet            Irish Step Dance          Greek Dance
              Latin Dances                      Tribal Dance
v Listen to the DR Choir as they sing pieces from around the world.
v Purchase tickets for our raffle to win various prizes such as a 1 month Zumba membership!
v
Face painting and crafts for kids!


Tickets cost $5.00
                                              

 Email Mrs. Melissa Lomba for more details at: mlomba@drregional.org

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

School Council Agenda 2/24

DRRHS School Council Meeting
Tuesday 2/24 Agenda Items


  1. Members:
    1. Staff:
      1. Ann Siachos-Secretary
      2. Dave Moura
      3. John Greenlees
      4. Kevin Braga
    2. Parents:
      1. Rachel Phillip
      2. Patrick Gouveia
    3. Community Member
      1. Paul Giannakoulis
    4. Students:
      1. Brendan Henrique
      2. Rebekah Phillip
1) Student Achievement: increase & improve all aspects of student achievement.
2) Instruction and Learning: improve instruction and learning for all students.
3) Communication: expand communication between parents, school, and community through both traditional and non-traditional methods.
4) Technology: increase/maximize the use of technology for teaching and learning.
5) Facilities: improve facilities and ground for maximum students, faculty, and community utilization; instill pride in DRRHS.

Agenda 2
Call to order the DR School Council Meeting on Tuesday, January 27th at 5:30 p.m.
First item on the agenda, I need a motion to approve the minutes from December 9ths minutes.

  1. Midterms Feedback Survey
  2. Schedule Presentation to Parents
    1. Schedule Committee decision to postpone
  3. Senior Supper
    1. Breakfast with slideshow in Auditorium
  4. ALICE Training for staff
  5. Budget Outline
    1. Technology
    2. Media Center Upgrades
    3. Program Expansion
      1. Culinary
      2. Health Assisting
      3. Environmental Technologies