Thursday, March 31, 2016

April's Lunch Menu

Here is April's Lunch Menu

Daily Announcements 3/31

Congratulations to Jacquelyn Amaral on her acceptance to UMass Amherst.  YAHOO!!

Congratulations to Makayla Ramos on her acceptance to Franklin Pierce University and University of New Haven.  YAHOO!!

Tickets are on sale during lunch for the musical. This year's show is BIG FISH. The show is April 7, 8, and 9 at 6:30. The cost is $5.00 for students and $10.00 for the general public.

Congratulations to Alana Scialo on her acceptance to Stony Brook University, Syracuse University, UMass Amherst, and University of New Hampshire.  YAHOO!!

Today is the 4th day of our Anti-Bullying/Cool to be Kind week.  Thank you to all our student volunteers who helped out with the activity in the cafeteria yesterday and to all the students who participated to help us send the message loud and clear that DR Falcons don’t bully!  As many of you know, cyberbullying is a form of bullying.  A recent study showed that 88% of social media-using teens say they have seen someone be mean or cruel to another person on a social network site. 12% of these teens said they witness this kind of behavior “frequently.” We need to spread the message that it is “Cool to be Kind”.  Use the #DRCooltobekind to help spread the word that DR Falcons are kind! As the Dalai Lama once said, “when we feel love and kindness toward others, it not only makes others feel loved and cared for, but it helps us also to develop inner happiness and peace.'

We have asked all first period teachers today to distribute a special edition of the Falcon Flyer to all students.  In this special edition our “student journalists take a stand against bullying”.  We are asking all DR Falcons to do the same.  Together we can end bullying!

Are you looking for a job?  Check out the Job Board in Guidance for new postings.

Ms. King's Green 3 Honors U.S. History I class is reminded to go to FIRST LUNCH today!

All boys' basketball players are reminded to return their uniforms today after school.

Congratulations to Elizabeth Griffin on her acceptance to Connecticut College, Mount Holyoke College, Roger Williams University, Skidmore College, and UMass Amherst.  YAHOO!!

This is just a reminder that the winter track banquet will be today at 5:30 in the cafeteria. Freshmen should bring a main dish, sophomores a side dish, juniors dessert, and seniors should bring drinks.
 If you have any questions, see Mr. Antani.

This Week's High Fives

Congratulations to this week's high fives!
Taylor Sisson
Keigan Cox

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Anti-Bullying/Cool to be Kind Week at DRRHS!

We have been off to a great start with our activities! On Monday students signed banners during lunch.  On the first banner students signed that they would not bully.  On the second banner students wrote different ways to show kindness.  


While students were eating lunch they also chose a random act of kindness from the "bucket of kindness".  Students were encouraged to complete the act within the week.  Some examples included:
  • Doing chores at home without being asked
  • Saying thank you to a teacher, bus driver, or librarian
  • Posting something positive to social media using #DRCooltobekind
  • Making dinner for their family





On Wednesday all students and staff were encouraged to "Black out for Bullying" by wearing all black clothes to school.  Students then had their pictures taken holding various Anti-bullying/Cool to be Kind posters.  These posters were created by our staff and students. The Video Production students will use the pictures to create a video.  





On Thursday students can expect to read a special edition on the Falcon Flyer regarding bullying and on Friday a special episode of DR news will be aired.

CTE Spotlight: Environmental Field Research



 The CTE Environmental Technology & Sustainability students went offsite to observe a State biologist while conducting a study in a local vernal pool. During this field study, students learned about trapping protocols and how to identify male and female spotted salamanders and wood frogs. Additional time was taken in observing a procedure for testing for dissolved oxygen in water. This is year one of a five year study by the State. Next year our CTE Environmental majors hope to actively participate in checking traps and collecting data!

 


Daily Announcements 3/30

The banquet for the girls and boys basketball team will be held Sunday April 3rd from 1-3 pm in the school cafeteria. All players must give a head count to their team captains by March 31.
Drimprov performs this Thursday from 6 to 7:30PM in the Media Center.

Attention ALL Spring Athletes!! Tomorrow March 29th right after school is picture day. Please remember to bring your uniform in for pictures to be taken.

A reminder at ALL marching band members that rehearsal's will begin tomorrow from 6-8pm.

Attention Boys and Girls Lacrosse. Practice will be in the gym today at 4:15. Make sure you wear sneakers.

Our DR Anti-Bullying/Cool to be Kind week is off to a great start! Thank you to all the students who participated in the activities in the cafeteria today. The banners look great! Please remember to completed the act of kindness you chose from the Bucket of Kindness! Also, please remember that Wednesday is Black out for Bullying day. All students and staff are encouraged to wear all black to take a stand against bullying.

There will be a sign ups for the Talent Show at lunch. Any questions please see Andrea Duncan or Mr. Braga.

The D-R Best Buddies are pleased to announce the selection of Alexis Braz as Chapter President for the 2016-2017 school year. Congratulations and good luck Lexi.

Congratulations to Trenton Saleeba on his acceptance to Franklin Pierce University and Framingham State University. YAHOO!!

Today is the 3rd day of our Anti-Bullying/Cool to be Kind week. Did you know that Massachusetts has one of the strongest anti-bullying laws in the country? It is everyone's role in this building to stand up and stop bullying. If you are someone you know is being bullied it must be reported to a teacher or administrator. Did you also know that kindness has a positive effect on ourselves and also in our community? Any act of kindness helps to bring peace in our schools. That's why it is cool to be kind! And thank you to everyone who remembered to Black out for Bullying today. Please be sure to have your pictures taken with various anti-bullying and cool to be kind signs during all 4 lunches today. The pictures will be used to create a video.

All boys' basketball players must return their uniforms, practice gear, and travel gear on Thursday in the locker room immediately after school.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Juniors Visit Rhode Island College

Mrs. Donahue and Mrs. Payne will be taking approximately 20 junior students on a field trip to Rhode Island College on April 14th. The cost is $20 per student and permission slips can be picked up in Guidance to complete. There are still a few more openings.

Rhode Island College (RIC)

RIC is a metropolitan campus with a suburban feel to its campus. Popular majors include education, psychology, nursing, business areas, and social work. Additionally RIC offers a Honors Program for students to choose projects and conduct exciting undergraduate research. RIC offers Division III varsity sport teams, numerous clubs and activities and wonderful opportunities to study abroad for a semester or even a full year. 

Students at DRRHS receive a tuition break and pay a combination of in state and out of state tuition called New England Regional Tuition Break. Next year students save approximately $8,000 with this program. See www.ric.edu for more info.

Daily Announcements 3/29

Drimprov performs this Thursday from 6 to 7:30PM in the Media Center. 

Attention ALL Spring Athletes!!   Tomorrow March 29th right after school is picture day. Please remember to bring your uniform in for pictures to be taken.

A reminder at ALL  marching band members that rehearsal's  will begin tomorrow from 6-8.

Attention Boys and Girls Lacrosse.  Practice will be in the gym today at 4:15.  Make sure you wear sneakers

Our DR Anti-Bullying/Cool to be Kind week is off to a great start! Thank you to all the students who participated in the activities in the cafeteria today.  The banners look great! Please remember to completed the act of kindness you chose from the Bucket of Kindness!  Also, please remember that Wednesday is Black out for Bullying day. All students and staff are encouraged to wear all black to take a stand against bullying. 

There will be a sign ups for the Talent Show at lunch.  Any questions please see Andrea Duncan or Mr. Braga.

This is day 2 of our Anti-Bullying/Cool to be Kind week.  Did you know that it is a myth that bullying will most likely go away when it is ignored. Ignoring bullies reinforces to them that they can bully without consequence.  We need to stand up to bullying.  If you are someone you know is being bullied it needs to be reported.  Please tell a teacher or administrator to help put an end to bullying. 

Instead of bullying- DR is learning it is ""Cool to Be Kind""!  Did you know According to ""Psychology Today"", researchers have coined the phrase ""helpers high"", which is defined as a ""distinct physical sensation associated with helping"". In some studies this ""helpers high"" has been shown to produce more health benefits than exercising 4 times per week!

Today we were planning on holding Assemblies on Social Media and Bullying but at this time they will need to be rescheduled.
o   Please note- The order of the periods for today will continue to remain as 4-2-3-1
Finally, don't forget that tomorrow DR is Blacking out for Bullying.  All staff and students are encouraged to wear all black to school.  "
"Don't forget tomorrow is day 3 of our Anti-Bullying/Cool to be Kind week.  Tomorrow all staff and students are encouraged to Black out for Bullying by wearing all black to school. There will be photo opportunities to show your support during all 4 lunches tomorrow.

The D-R Best Buddies are pleased to announce the selection of Alexis Braz as Chapter President for the 2016-2017 school year. Congratulations and good luck Lexi.


Congratulations to Trenton Saleeba on his acceptance to Franklin Pierce University and Framingham State University.  YAHOO!!

Rehoboth teen to compete for Miss Mass. title

Rehoboth teen to compete for Miss Mass. title: REHOBOTH - A junior at Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School, Kristina Perez, will be competing in the 17th annual Miss Massachusetts' Outstanding Teen Pageant.

Monday, March 28, 2016

Daily Announcements 3/28

There will be a National Honor Society fundraising meeting after school on Tuesday, March 29 in Mr. DeLano's room 126.  All NHS students are invited to attend.

The banquet for the girls and boys basketball team will be held Sunday April 3rd from 1-3 pm in the school cafeteria. All players must give a head count to their team captains by March 31.

Just a reminder, there is NO Pro Musica rehearsal today.  Next practice is Monday from 2-3.
Attention ALL marching band students.  Rehearsals will begin next Tuesday March 29th from 6-8.

Today is the beginning of our Anti-Bullying/Cool to be Kind week here at DR.

We have activities planned throughout the week to show DR Falcons never bully!

Bullying includes repeated teasing, threatening to hurt someone, spreading rumors, and attacking someone by yelling at them or hitting them.  Bullying does not always happen in person. Cyber bullying is a type of bullying that happens over text message or social media.  Bullying increases the risk of suicidal thoughts and behaviors
o             So instead DR wants to be kind! Some benefits of being kind:
             Helps your own mental health
             We feel happier when we perform acts of kindness.
             People who are kind and compassionate are usually the most successful.
Today in the cafeteria we invite all students and staff to take a pledge against bullying.  Sign your name to indicate you will not be part of bullying.  Additionally, we have a banner we want to fill with acts of kindness.  Finally, we will have a bucket of kindness in the cafeteria during all 4 lunches.  Choose an act of kindness from the bucket and perform the act throughout the week
o             Lastly, Wednesday is Black out for Bullying day.  We are encouraging all students and staff to wear all black.” Thank you!

Attention All Spring sports teams!  A reminder that team pictures will be taken tomorrow Tuesday March 29th immediately after school in the gym. Please remember your uniforms.

Hannah Saleeba and Elizabeth Viveiros please see Ms Rozzero in room 508 today.  

Congratulations to Brooke Doehler on her acceptance to UMass Dartmouth.  YAHOO!!

Congratulations to Vanessa Amaral on her acceptance to Eckerd College.  YAHOO!!


Drimprov performs this Thursday from 6 to 7:30PM in the Media Center.  

Thursday, March 24, 2016

This Week & The Week Ahead

This week we had an extra short week with school cancellation on Monday and tomorrow there is no school.  Even though we were only here for three days, our Sophomores took part in the ELA MCAS and worked hard to meet 1 of 3 of their MCAS Graduation requirements.  


Cool to be KIND
DRRHS Anti-Bullying/Cool to be Kind Week
March 28th- April 1st
Week of Events:
MONDAY- March 28th
  • Students sign banner in cafeteria agreeing to stand up against bullying
  • Students sign banner in cafeteria listing ways to show kindness
  • Students choose an act of kindness from “bucket of kindness” and must complete the act
TUESDAY- March 29th
  • Assemblies on Social Media and Bullying
  • 9th and 10th grades- 7:25-7:55
  • 11th and 12th grades- 8:05- 8:35
  • Please note- The order of the periods for Tuesday will be 4-2-3-1
WEDNESDAY- March 30th
  • Black out for Bullying.  All students and staff are encouraged to wear black to school
  • Students will have their pictures taken outside the cafeteria with various Anti-Bullying/Cool to be Kind signs
  • Encourage Social Media #DRagainstbullying, #DRcooltobekind, and #DRFalconsneverbully
THURSDAY- March 31st
  • Falcon Flyer- This will be distributed to students during 1st period.  Teachers are being asked to distribute the flyer to their students and engage in discussion.  Discussion questions will be provided.  This can be 10-15 minutes or at teacher’s discretion
FRIDAY- April 1st
  • Special segment of DR News


Taunton High School Talent Showcase: Attention Performers!
The Brett Joseph Ploude Memorial Fund is hosting a Talent showcase on April 16, 2016 at the Taunton High School auditorium.  The Brett Joseph Ploude Memorial Fund is a 501c non profit organization whose mission is to support efforts to combat youth/teen suicide and depression and to promote the study of technology.  Their organization was founded in memory of their son Brett Ploude.  Brett was a high school student at Taunton High School .  He suffered greatly from depression and lost his battle with that disease this past Christmas. They are looking for talented high school students to perform in their show.  Anyone interested should email ploudes@verizon.net to set up an audition time.  
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High Fives



From the Dean's Desk:
Spring Athletics Update:
Our athletic fields are full of Spring Sports at Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School. DR Track, Unified Track, baseball, softball, Lacrosse, and tennis have all kicked off nicely.
Look for all scheduled home games to start in the next two weeks.  Pre-season is underway starting today with a Softball scrimmage against Norton High School.  We welcome all of our students and parents to get out there and cheer on our Falcon Athletes!
  • Team Pictures:  All Spring Sports pictures will take place on Tuesday, March 29th right after school in the gym. Uniforms will be issued prior to Tuesday's photo shoot.
  • Tennis Update: Many of you will see the beautification of our tennis courts next week.  We have contacted a tree service to trim our trees and we will add mulch and benches to the court.  Due to this work the tennis courts will be closed to the general public starting Monday, March 28-Wednesday, March 30th.  Please use caution when driving or walking anywhere near the tennis courts.
  • Field Signage: Please take notice of the new field signage around the athletic campus.  
Dean's Quote of the Week: “Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection we can catch excellence!”   Vince Lombardi


The Week Ahead:
Monday, Mar 28, 2016-GOLD
Time
Event
Details
3:30pm
Softball: Varsity Scrimmage
Bridgewater-Raynham Regional vs. TBD @ TBA


Tuesday, Mar 29, 2016-GREEN
Time
Event
Details
3:30pm
Softball: JV Scrimmage
Bridgewater-Raynham Regional vs. TBD @ TBA


Wednesday, Mar 30, 2016-GOLD
Time
Event
Details
3:30pm
Softball: JV Scrimmage
North Attleboro @ North Attleboro High School
3:30pm
Softball: Varsity Scrimmage
North Attleboro @ North Attleboro High School


Thursday, Mar 31, 2016-GREEN
Time
Event
Details
3:30pm
Softball: JV Scrimmage
King Philip Regional @ King Philip Reg. High School
3:30pm
Softball: Varsity Scrimmage
King Philip Regional @ King Philip Reg. High School


Friday, Apr 01, 2016-GOLD


Saturday, Apr 2, 2016
Time
Event
Details
TBD
Softball: JV Scrimmage
Taunton @ Taunton High School
TBD
Softball: Varsity Scrimmage
Taunton @ Taunton High School


This Week's High Fives!

Congratulations to this week's high fives!

Yendee Ho-Rath

Joseph Rogers

Daily Announcements 3/24

There will be a National Honor Society fundraising meeting after school on Tuesday, March 29 in Mr. DeLano's room 126.  All NHS students are invited to attend.

Any student who would like to go on the Rhode Island College field trip on Thursday, April 14 must submit their field trip forms to Mrs. Payne asap.  If you need these forms, please pick them up in guidance near Mrs. Payne's door.

Seniors, please submit your senior superlative sheets to Mrs. Payne in guidance or Mrs. Udell in the gym.  We need this by this Thursday, March 24.  Thank you!

The Environmental Club and Project Hope will have a spring garden meeting Thursday March 24 right after school in Room 214.  Please see Ms McCabe or Ms DuBois if you have any questions.

The banquet for the girls and boys basketball team will be held Sunday April 3rd from 1-3 pm in the school cafeteria. All players must give a head count to their team captains by March 31.

Reminder to all seniors that superlative forms are due by Thursday, March 24th. Forms can be turned in to Mrs. Udell in the gym or Mrs. Payne in guidance.  This will be the only voting for superlatives this year.

Attention ALL marching band students.  Rehearsals will begin next Tuesday March 29th from 6-8
There will be no Pro Musica rehearsal tomorrow (Thursday).

Next week will be DR's first  Anti-Bullying/Cool to be Kind week! The week will be packed with activities and events to show everyone that DR Falcons are kind and don't bully.

Wednesday the 30th will be our Black out for Bullying day.  All students and staff are encouraged to wear black to show support to putting an end to bullying. Falcons, we can work together to end bullying and to be kind to everyone. 


Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Daily Announcements 3/23

Congratulations to Jacquelyn Amaral on her acceptance to Bentley University and Syracuse University.  YAHOO!!

There will be a National Honor Society fundraising meeting after school on Tuesday, March 29 in Mr. DeLano's room 126.  All NHS students are invited to attend.

Any student who would like to go on the Rhode Island College field trip on Thursday, April 14 must submit their field trip forms to Mrs. Payne asap.  If you need these forms, please pick them up in guidance near Mrs. Payne's door.

Seniors, please submit your senior superlative sheets to Mrs. Payne in guidance or Mrs. Udell in the gym.  We need this by this Thursday, March 24.  Thank you!

The Environmental Club and Project Hope will have a spring garden meeting Thursday March 24 right after school in Room 214.  Please see Ms McCabe or Ms DuBois if you have any questions.

Attention all marching band members. Rehearsal will begin on Tuesday March 29th from 6-8.

Intro to Fitness will meet in Media 1 today.

A representative from Gatorade will be in Today following school for those that are playing a spring sport. He will will have free samples of the products that are currently in our Gatorade Machine.

The banquet for the girls and boys basketball team will be held Sunday April 3rd from 1-3 pm in the school cafeteria. All players must give a head count to their team captains by March 31.

Boys Tennis has early practice today. Report to courts at 2:00. User fees are due to Mr. Augusto

Reminder to all seniors that superlative forms are due by Thursday, March 24th. Forms can be turned in to Mrs. Udell in the gym or Mrs. Payne in guidance.  This will be the only voting for superlatives this year.

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

College Process for Seniors Updates

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: http://www.mefa.org/events/paying-the-college-bill/  for a list of locations and dates.
Good luck! - Mrs. Maidment and Mrs. Tremblett

Daily Announcements 3/22

All baseball players should report for tryouts today @ 2 p.m.

There will be a Peer Leader meeting today after school in the cafeteria.  We will discuss Pennies for Patients and the Talent Show. 

Congratulations to Brooke Doehler on her acceptance to Bryant University.  YAHOO!!

Congratulations to Caitlyn McNaughton on her acceptance to Bentley University.  YAHOO!!

There will be a unified track practice today after school in the gym. Please see Mr. Antani with any questions. Thanks!

Boys interested in playing Tennis  are to report to the courts today at 3:30 for try-outs. Please be prompt.

Congratulations to Jacquelyn Amaral on her acceptance to Bentley University and Syracuse University.  YAHOO!!

There will be a National Honor Society fundraising meeting after school on Thursday, March 24 in Mr. DeLano's room 126.  All NHS students are invited to attend.4


Any student who would like to go on the Rhode Island College field trip on Thursday, April 14 must submit their field trip forms to Mrs. Payne asap.  If you need these forms, please pick them up in guidance near Mrs. Payne's door.

Sunday, March 20, 2016

No School Monday

No school Monday. Reminder that Tuesday is a GREEN day.

Friday, March 18, 2016

This Week and the Week Ahead

This week we started off with a half day on Monday, so our staff could conduct some high quality professional development.  Our staff continues to work diligently to sharpen their craft of teaching.  It was relatively quiet this week with no after school athletics starting until Monday, March 21st.  We are exciting for our students to start the spring season and hopefully the winter weather predicted for this weekend is not as severe as anticipated. If school is cancelled Monday due to snow, TUESDAY will remain a GREEN day.  

MCAS Schedule:
Starting next Tuesday, our sophomore students will commence their MCAS testing.  Here are some helpful MCAS Tips:
  • Long Composition Tips
    • Plan your essay and write the draft.
    • Use the dictionary to check spelling or word choice.
    • Before writing your final version check your draft for all of the required parts.
    • Remember to explain your evidence.
  • Reading Comprehension
    • Read the introduction.
    • Annotate the passage.
    • Go back to the passage when answering multiple choice questions.
    • Use textual evidence in ICE (Introduce, Cite, Explain) format to answer open response questions.
  • General Tips
    • Bring multiple writing instruments.
    • Eat a healthy breakfast.
    • Get a good night's sleep.

Class Schedules and Rotation During MCAS 2016 Testing Days-ELA

March 22
Tuesday
Green Day
March 23
Wednesday
Gold Day
March 24
Thursday
Green Day
Lunch Schedule for Tuesday and Wednesday (Regular lunch schedule for Thursday)

Blocks
ELA Composition
(Sessions A & B)
Periods 2, 4
ELA Reading Comprehension            (Sessions 1 & 2)
Period 1, 4
ELA Reading Comprehension
(Session 3)
Periods 2

7:17 A.M. to 8:58 A.M.
GREEN PD 2 MCAS
GOLD PD  1 MCAS
GREEN PD  2 MCAS
1st lunch- 1044-11:10

  
 

9:02A.M. to 10:44 A.M.
GREEN PD 4 MCAS
GOLD PD 4 MCAS
GREEN PD 1 NORMAL
2nd lunch- 11:14-11:40
  



10:48 A.M. to 12:40 P.M..
GREEN PD 3 NORMAL
GOLD PD 3 NORMAL
GREEN  PD  3 NORMAL
3rd lunch- 11:44-12:10
 



12:44 P.M. to 1:51 P.M.
GREEN PD 1 NORMAL
GOLD PD 2 NORMAL
GREEN  PD  4 NORMAL
4th lunch- 12:14-12:40
    

 


At 10:44 A.M., all students, except those students who need extended time regarding MCAS testing, will resume the regular schedule for the designated day beginning with third block on the appropriately schedule days.

**Please note: If school is cancelled Monday due to snow, Tuesday will continue to be a Green Day as scheduled.**

Environmental Class: Below is a letter from the Rehoboth Land Trust for attending a meeting to discuss how CTE Environmental students could create partnerships within our community.  We are excited to build alliances with our community organizations that benefit our student's education.

Second Annual Poetry Slam

The D-R Leo Club recently hosted its second annual Poetry Slam. Gathering in the Harrington Media Center, the laid-back evening was an opportunity for our students read personal favorites, as well as original poetry, while enjoying good food and good company.
Over the last couple months the Media Center has been undergoing a makeover to make it more 21st century. Here is a photo taken today that demonstrates the open concept. More information coming soon!
Today in Ms. Saxon's Physics class students were using springs to simulate waves. Using the springs they created waves with different modes. They counted the number of oscillations in a given time period. From that they calculated the period, frequency of the waves, wavelength, and speed of the wave. They were able to physically observe the relationship between the frequency and wavelength  (higher frequency = smaller wavelength ).

Jacqueline Amaral, Lucielle Maslen and Caitlin McNaughton competed in the Titan Business Challenge at The University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth.  The girls competed as a team against 55 other teams in the Southeastern Massachusetts Region.  For their third place finish, each of these young ladies was awarded a $500 scholarship.It's been a great week for Jackie. In addition to placing in this competition, she also qualified to go to the DECA National Competition and scored $1200 in scholarship money at the State DECA competition. To top it all off Jackie also received her acceptance letter from Bentley College!

This past weekend, the DRRHS DECA Team joined 72 other high schools by competing in multiple events at the Massachusetts State Career Development Conference held at the Boston Marriott Copley Plaza in Boston.
The Massachusetts State Career Development Conference is the pinnacle of the DECA year. Over the 3 days of competition and leadership activities, students vie for an opportunity to represent their school and District at the National DECA Conference. To qualify for Nationals, students must place in the top two positions within their specific competition.  With over 70 categories of competition available, students must first win an opportunity to participate in the State competition, by placing at the District level. Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School qualified 16 students for this year's State Competition!
This year, we are so proud to announce that D-R has qualified TWO students for the National DECA Competition to be held in April in Nashville, Tennessee!
Seniors, Jaqueline Amaral and Sophia Gregoire placed 2nd overall at States in the Hospitality Team Services competition. This multi-faceted event includes a 100 question exam, plus two extemporaneous 10 minute presentations based upon a business related problem scenario. The D-R team had 30 minutes to put together a solution for each scenario prior to presentation.
This is a great achievement for D-R and for Jackie and Sophia! Congratulations

The cast and crew of Big Fish are hard at work getting ready for the production. The show is April 7, 8, and 9 at 7:30. Tickets are $10.00 for the general public and $5.00 for students. Email elasalle@drregional.org for reservations.

Big Fish is presented through special arrangement with and all authorized performance materials are supplied by Theatrical Rights Worldwide, 570 Seventh Avenue, Suite 2100, New York, NY  10018. (866) 378-9758 www.theatricalrights.com
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DRRHS High Fives:
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The Week Ahead:
Monday, Mar 21, 2016-GOLD
Tuesday, Mar 22, 2016-GREEN
  • MCAS Testing (See schedule above)
Wednesday, Mar 23, 2016-GOLD
  • MCAS Testing (See schedule above)
Thursday, Mar 24, 2016-GREEN
  • MCAS Testing (See schedule above)
Friday, Mar 25, 2016-NO SCHOOL