Thursday, July 30, 2015

Pan-Mass Challenge Cyclists visit DR

The Dighton-Rehoboth School Community would like to wish the best of luck to all PMC cyclists this weekend.  The Pan-Mass Challenge raises money for life-saving cancer research and treatment at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute through an annual bike-a-thon that crosses the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Since its founding in 1980, the PMC has successfully melded support from committed cyclists, volunteers, corporate sponsors and individual contributors. All are essential to the PMC's goal and model: to attain maximum fundraising efficiency while increasing its annual gift. Our hope and aspiration is to provide Dana-Farber's doctors and researchers with the necessary resources to discover cures for all cancers. Click here to learn more about the Impact of PMC fundraising at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute


Last year the PMC raised $41 million and PMC goal for 2015 is $50 million.  If you would like to find out more information, please click here for the PMC website.  Good luck!  #PMC #DRPride

Monday, July 27, 2015

BEHN Basketball Camp is BACK at DRRHS

Girls Varsity Basketball Coach Jon Pacheco works with athletes in the Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School gym on drills.  This session is hosting 34 students ages 6-14 years old.  Any questions regarding the BEHN camp, please contact BehnCamp@gmail.com 

In the photo above, Coach Pacheco and Girls Varsity Captain Kylie D'Ambrosio work on dribbling drills.  Keep up the great work! 

Saturday, July 25, 2015

DR Lunch Time DJ Crew

For Anyone interested in becoming part of the 2015-16 DR LunchTime DJ Crew please start putting together a set list and monologue. I will be holding auditions first full  week of school. Actual date of audition TBA.  See Me Kelley in the Athletic Office.  Hope summer is going great. 

Friday, July 24, 2015

Get Your Yearbook!

Students may pick up their yearbook from 10-11:30am on Tuesday, July 28th. Students may also get their yearbooks starting Monday, August 3rd in the Main Office from 8am-2pm, Monday thru Friday.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Teachers, student mentors prepare for the Freshmen Transition Program

Teachers and student mentors spent the day preparing for the Class of 2019's arrival beginning August 3rd. The Freshmen Transition Program is preparing for another successful year.


Project Contemporary Competitiveness (PCC)

Today, Mr. Braga had the pleasure of being invited to Stonehill College for the PCC Open House.  There are over 20 courses that students can enroll for six weeks.  The PCC Mission Statement is as follows: "To provide an intellectually enriching, socially stimulating, affordable six week residential summer program at the campus of Stonehill College in a friendly, supportive, learning environment with a carefully constructed balance of freedoms and responsibilities for mature, tenth, and eleventh grade high ability students who are open to the excitement of learning, and ready for a challenge."

We had the opportunity to tour several classrooms and interact with the students.  During our visit, it was clear that the students were engaged and it was a well organized program.  Dighton-Rehoboth will make students more aware of these opportunities during the registration period, which takes place usually around January.  To view their course catalog please click here.

Below students are working on lesson plans on how to teach students to read.  In this class called, “Warm Cookies and Milk” students are learning child development skills.  Students were developing lesson plans with objectives that have both clear and high expectations.  


Students below are working in their physics class. Students were testing their solar powered cars.  

“I’m With the Band” offers students who play instruments used in rock/pop bands the opportunity to play together in a band.  We had the opportunity to hear them play through a couple of verses and they sounded amazing!  


In Digital Photography, the students were learning how to use the green screen.  In this photo the one student was “flying through the air.”  

Pick Up Your Yearbooks

Ms. Mathias will be at DRRHS on Friday, July 24th from 10-11:30am to begin distributing yearbooks to students, Feel free to come pick up the yearbook during this time. Any questions? Please contact Ms. Mathias at amathias@drregional.org.

Falcon Logo at Center Court! We want your vote!

This summer we are adding our logo to center court.  We want your feedback on which logo will be painted at center court.  We have four different designs and we would like the feedback from our students, parents, and community members.  Please click on the survey below to pick your favorite falcon logo.  When students arrive on the first day of school, you will be able to see our new “Falcon” at half court.  We appreciate your feedback.

Click here to submit your vote!



Option 1: DR Falcon Logo


Option 2: Soaring Falcon

Option 3: Descending Falcon

Option 4: Wood Carving Falcon

Click here to submit your vote!

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Seniors-Save these dates!

Attention Seniors!!
As we move into the summer, it is never too early to save some important dates for the 2015-2016 school year. Sometimes these dates may impact travel plans so we thought we would send out this information early for you. When the school year starts, we will share a much more comprehensive calendar for you with all of the dates for the many events that occur throughout the year. 

Thursday, 9/24Senior College Planning Night 6:30pm (Auditorium) hosted by Ms. Maidment and Ms. Tremblett, the student's guidance counselors. 

Thursday, 12/3:  Financial Aid Night 6:30pm (Auditorium) hosted by MEFA. Students and parents can learn about the financial aid process.

Friday, 5/20Prom at Raffaels in Walpole, MA 6:30pm

Tuesday, 5/31: Celebration of Excellence (Awards Night) 6:30pm (Auditorium)-families receive invitations in the mail in early May.

Saturday, 6/4Graduation!! 4:30pm (outside weather permitting)

Thursday, July 16, 2015

The Borgen Project-Student Internships

Any student who is interested in performing an intership should review The Borgen Project website.  The Borgen Project is an innovative, national campaign that works with U.S. leaders to improve their response to the global poverty crisis.  If you have any questions, please contact Alianza Hagenburg @  AHagenburg@umass.edu  

borgen project donate poverty

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Want to learn about the new PSAT?

For students who would like a preview of the New PSAT, Kaplan Test Prep will be hosting free live online PSAT Sneak Peek info sessions this summer to prepare for the October exam.  Sessions will be offered starting Sunday, July 19th. Space is limited, to sign up for a PSAT Sneak Peek session today, please visit www.kaptest.com/psatsneakpeek

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Senior Portrait Reminder

Dear 2016 Dighton – Rehoboth Reg High School Senior and Parents:
We are pleased to announce that Prestige Portraits has been selected as the Official Photographer for the Dighton – Rehoboth Reg High School Class of 2016.
Senior portrait sessions will be held at the High school in Room 103 on JULY 13-17. Don’t miss this opportunity to be photographed with your classmates!
Please visit us at www.photoappointment.com to confirm or reschedule your suggested appointment date and time that you received in the mail. You will need your confirmation number that is found on your appointment card.
Please be sure to keep this appointment in order to appear in the 2016 Yearbook.
Each senior photographed will have an opportunity to choose from a selection of color proofs, the pose which will appear in the yearbook, as well as order Senior Portraits for family and friends. We offer the following sittings:
A. BASIC SESSION / $25.00 sitting fee (fully refundable upon return of proofs) – includes 6 yearbook poses with 1 outfit.
B. STANDARD SESSION / $35.00 sitting fee -includes 10-12 yearbook poses with 1 outfit.
C. DELUXE SESSION$45.00 sitting fee – includes 14-16 expanded poses with 2 outfit changes.
D. ULTIMATE SESSION / $55.00 sitting fee- includes 18-20 expanded poses with 3 outfit changes
E. PREMIER SESSION / $65.00 sitting fee- includes 22-24 expanded poses with 4 outfit changes
Dress to impress. Classic styles in solid colors look best.
The yearbook pose requirements:
Any vertical head and shoulder pose on our moonlight blue background
cap and gown will be available
Times are limited, so be sure to sign-up today! If you have any questions, please call us at 800-426-9533 or e-mail neseniors@lifetouch.com.
DON’T MISS THIS CHANCE FOR A MEMORABLE SENIOR PICTURE!

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Culinary is Underway

Culinary is underway at DRRHS.  We are excited to have our students take advantage of this new pathway.




Summer School Brochure

Here is the summer school brochure. Please sign up this week with Mrs. Shillan in the Guidance Office. Summer School begins, Monday, July 6th.