Wednesday, June 22, 2016

End of Year Grade Information

Dear Parents/Guardians:
At this time you should now be able to access your child's report card on the X2 Student/Parent Portal. This year you should be able to see the report card as a pdf file when you log-in under published links at the center of the page.

If not- please follow these directions:

Directions to See Report Card in PDF/Print Friendly Format

1) Log-in to X2.

2) Enter username and password. If you need your user name and password, please call the Guidance Office at 508-252-5050.

3) Select MY INFO at Top of Page.

4) Select TRANSCRIPTS on Left of Page.

5) You will be able to see the term 4 grades, semester 2 exam, and final grades for your child under the T4 Column in the grid. For a print-friendly report card, at the top- Select REPORTS....Select Report Card HS Portal.

6) Change School Name to Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School and Term to 4. This will print out a report card when you run the report.

For any questions on how to access your child's grades, please contact the Guidance Office at 508-252-5050. If you have concerns regarding your child's grades, please contact the teacher directly.

Questions about Learning Expectations?
Expectation 1: The student will work independently and collaboratively to solve problems, analyze information, and create original products.

Expectation 2: The student will articulate thoughts and ideas clearly and effectively using multiple tools and media for a variety of purpose.

Expectation 3: The student will use digital and other research tools to access, evaluate and effectively apply information appropriate for a variety of tasks and learning opportunities.

Expectation 4: The student will value and demonstrate personal responsibility, reliability, cultural understanding, and ethical behavior.

Expectation 5: The student will effectively apply knowledge to construct original products and ideas and to generate solutions to problems.
Expectation
Dept. 1
Dept. 2
Dept. 3
1
Science
Mathematics
CTE
2
Unified Arts
Foreign Language
ELA
3
Social Studies
ELA
 
4
Foreign Language
Unified Arts
Mathematics
5
CTE
Social studies
Science
Have a great summer!
Mr. Braga, Ms. DiGioia, Mr. Harrison, Mr. Kelley, and Ms. Peters

Friday, June 17, 2016

This Week and a Short Week Ahead: Happy Summer Break

In our final full week, our students prepared for finals to ensure they ended the year on a high note.  On Wednesday, our baseball team were crowned Division II State Champions in Lynn, MA.  In our final week ahead for this school year, we would like to wish our community a great summer break.  The last day of school is Tuesday, June 21st.  We hope everyone a safe July and August as we prepare for another successful September.  In addition, we would like to wish all of our Fathers a HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!

Student Receives Special Gift from Triple H:
Andy Howland was featured on several news stations and articles following an upset when he defeated state ranked wrestler Deven Schuko in January (see below).  Since then, Andy has continued to make headlines.  This week he received an autograph wrestling belt from Triple H.  Congrats Andy and continue to make us proud!

Baseball State Champions:
For the first time in DR history, the baseball team has been crowned State Champions.  After a long commute (between 3-3.5 hours) to Lynn, MA on Wednesday, the baseball team played an error free game into extra innings.  Senior Joey Rogers was brilliant on the mound going 8 scoreless innings.  In the bottom of the 8th inning, the Falcons were able to get a couple of hits together and then Danvers High School walked Senior Cory Farrely to load the bases for Sophomore Steve Silivia.  After a 2-0 count, Coach Cuthbertson put on the sign for the base runners for a suicide squeeze to score Brody Rubenstein to win the game!

Click here for an article and video of the win in the Taunton Gazette
Click here for the article in USA Today
Click here for the article in Sun Chronicle
Click here for the article in the Taunton Gazette
Click here for the article in the Boston Globe
Pep Rally on Wednesday to wish the team GOOD LUCK
Coach Cuthbertson speaking to the students at the rally
Fan Bus to ensure the Falcon Nest was in attendance.  Fan bus was paid for by John Churell
Photo courtesy of Mike Gay, Taunton Gazette

Photo courtesy of Sun Chronicle
2016 State Champions signing apparel for us to keep in our DR Trophy case.

Monday, June 20, 2016-GOLD
Final Exam Schedule:
  • Period 2 Exam: 7:17-9:00
  • Break: 9:00-9:10 (during break, students will clean out lockers in 300s)
  • Period 1 Exam: 9:10-10:50
  • Student Dismissal at 10:50
Tuesday, June 21, 2016-GREEN
  • Period 2 Exam: 7:17-9:00
  • Break: 9:00-9:10 (during break, students will clean out lockers in 500s/CTE)
  • Period 1 Exam: 9:10-10:50
  • Student Dismissal at 10:50

Have a GREAT SUMMER BREAK! Please be safe and we look forward to seeing you in September!

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Junior trip to Rhode Island College

Mrs. Donahue and Mrs. Payne took 20 Junior students to visit Rhode Island College. Students attended an info sessions from the admissions staff and then a walking tour. It was a beautiful day and enjoyed by all.



Pep Rally Photos 2016

Today we acknowledged the success of our spring sport teams, including recognizing the state champion Unified Track Team. We also wished our DR Baseball good luck today in the Division 2 Final in Lynn at Frasier Field at 7pm. 











Daily Announcements 6/15

All AP Euro students please pick up your summer assignment in room 108.

Any student interested in trying out for Fall cheer must see Chef Maiden during lunch to receive the tryout packet.

Will all AP Environmental students and Honors Senior Research students please see Mrs. Rose for their summer assignments by Thursday morning.

Students enrolled in Music Theory class for next year, please pick up your summer assignment in the music room.

Attention all girls who have taken phys ed this year: the lockers will be cleaned out on Friday of this week.  If you still have contents in any locker you must retrieve your things by Thursday afternoon or they will be collected for donation and trash.

Today marks the official kick off for D-Rs Recycling program!  If your room number is in the 100's or 200's please remember to place your recycling bin in the hallway at the beginning of Block 1.  If your room number is in the 300s, 400s or 500s, please place your bin in the hallway at the beginning of Block 2!  Thanks for making the DR Green Difference!!

Anyone interested in going on the fan bus tomorrow for the base ball game must sign up in the athletic office today after school or first thing tomorrow morning. It is on a first come first  serve basis. The bus is free of charge. The bus will leave at 4:30 sharp to Lynn!

Attention Boys and Girls Tennis players. Due to the Importance of the Baseball teams' state championship game tomorrow and the fact that students want to go and support the baseball team, the banquet scheduled for tomorrow is cancelled and awards and certificates will be handed out on Wednesday after school in the Auditorium.

If you have any question please see Coach Augusto or Coach Udell or one of the captains.

Attention, Mr Loell's Freshmen, especially his Gold one class.  Review sheets for the final are available in Room 311.  Please stop by and pick up a copy this week.

Reminder for those students planning on taking AP Language and Composition in the 2016-2017 academic year; if you haven't done so, please pick up your summer reading assignment from Mr Loell in room 311.

The baseball team plays Danvers tonight at 7 p.m. at Fraser Field in Lynn in the Division 2 state championship game.

A reminder to Boys and Girls tennis players to report to the Auditorium after school today for awards ceremony.


Attention all Students:  The DR GSA invites us all to Stand by Orlando.  During each of the 4 lunches today please consider signing a poster that shows your support to Orlando. Thank you.

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Daily Announcements 6/14

Congratulations to Julia Coute, Maddie Nees and Kylie Fletcher on being selected softball captains for the 2016-2017 season.

There will be an informational meeting for any student interested in going to Spain and Portugal in April of 2017. The meeting will be Today after school in room 132. If you have any questions please see Mrs. DeAguiar or Mr. Augusto.

Julia Campazato was crowned New England Champion in the girls javelin this past Saturday at the New England Interscholastic  track championships. Noah Chartier took 5th place at the event.
The baseball team earned a hard-fought 10-4 win over Sandwich yesterday to win the South Sectional baseball championship!  Arthur Correira pitched a complete game to earn the victory.  Cory Farrelly & Joey Rogers led the offense with 3 hits each while Dallas Noons, Jacob Rogers, and Brody Rubenstein had two each.The Falcons play the North Sectional champions, Danvers, for the division 2 state championship on Wednesday night @ 7 p.m. at Fraser Field in Lynn.

All AP Euro students please pick up your summer assignment in room 108.

The Dighton-Rehoboth Leo Club is proud to announce that it has been named Leo Club of the Year for the 2015-2016 school year by Massachusetts District 33-S. This is the third consecutive time that the Leo Club has been granted this honor. Congratulations to all Leo Club members, and thank you to the staff and administration for all of your support.

Any student interested in trying out for Fall cheer must see Chef Maiden during lunch to receive the tryout packet.


Will all AP Environmental students and Honors Senior Research students please see Mrs. Rose for their summer assignments by Thursday morning.

Monday, June 13, 2016

DRX Award Winners























Daily Announcements 6/13

The baseball team plays Sandwich in the South Sectional final today @ 4 p.m. @ Campanelli Stadium in Brockton.

Attention all new Captains of next seasons sports team.  There is a mandatory  CaptIns Workshop with Mr Kelley in  The auditorium at 2pm.

Please see Ms. Burnham by the end of Period 1 if you are planning on taking the fan bus today to the baseball game.  She needs a final headcount to order the bus.  The cost for the bus is $8. 

Any student who is taking AP Psychology next year should either see Mr. Pacheco in Room 109 or check the school website for the summer assignment.


Julia Campezato took first place and Noah Chartier took 5th place in the javelin this weekend at the New England State meet.   They will both be competing at Nationals in North Carolina this Friday, June 17th.  

Friday, June 10, 2016

This Week and the Week Ahead

This week we did not have our seniors, but we welcomed the Class of 2020 on Monday and Tuesday (see pictures below) to help them transition into high school.  Our mentors conducted training last week with our advisors to ensure that our students had a smooth couple of days.  Any incoming freshman who has not signed up for the Summer Transition Program, should click here.  We have 165 students enrolled to date and our goal is 200. Monday is the deadline for signups.  If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Braga for details.  
We also celebrated the accomplishments of the Class of 2017 on Wednesday for our Junior Awards Ceremony.  The event recognized over 30 students for their accomplishments and we encouraged our students to be leaders and to take them

Summer Reading Kickoff Ceremony:
On Thursday, DRRHS hosted is first Summer Reading Kickoff Ceremony on deck of the USS Massachusetts.  We were honored to have the following guests in attendance:
  • Mrs. Jane Van Gyzen, Gold Star Mother of Lance Cpl. John Van Gyzen
  • Mr. Armand Vigeant, Navy, Served on the USS Massachusetts during World War II
  • Mr. Curtis Shaw, Army, Medic, World War II
  • Retired Air Force Colonel Robert Perry
  • Retired Air Force Colonel Julie A. Hall
  • Navy Captain Richard LaBranche Active Duty
Mr. Braga was the Master of Ceremonies and explained how each year “We select a school wide summer reading book to which we believe our students will make connections, both personally and academically.  This year’s selection is Left for Dead: A Young man’s Search for Justice for the USS Indianapolis by Pete Nelson.  From a practical standpoint, the content of this piece fit exceptionally well into all subject areas, but we ultimately selected this book because we fell in love with the  theme of intellectual curiosity.  Embodying this ideal which we hope to instill in our own students, 11-year-old Hunter Scott, rewrote history while in the 6th grade due to this curiosity and his quest for truth and justice.”
During the presentation, the five veteran panel discussion answered questions about their experience in the military and how it has shaped their lives.  The audience was able to hear perspectives from veterans involved from World War II to the current wars and conflicting taking place in current history.  
The ceremony concluded with a moment of silence, taps played by Class of 2016 Cody Roy, and Mrs. Van Gyzen, Mr. Vigeant, and Mr. Shaw conducting the wreathlaying ceremony (see below).  In addition, Mr. Braga encouraged the student to “Go home and talk to your grandparents and ask them about their experiences.  Get a sense of the intellectual curiosity that Hunter Scott demonstrated as a sixth grader.  I challenge our students to be the next Great Generation, honoring and embodying the values and traits of our heroes and promoting public discourse that endorses social equality and acceptance for all members of our community.”  
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Chorus performs on deck of the USS Massachusetts
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World War II Veteran Mr. Vigeant who served on the USS Massachusetts during World War II
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World War II veteran Mr. Shaw and World War II Veteran Mr. Vigeant
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Captain LaBranche speaking during the panel discussion
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Gold Star Mother Mrs. Van Gyzen, Mr. Shaw, and Mr. Vigeant conduct the Wreathlaying Ceremony

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Audience preparing for the ceremony

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Mr. Vigeant, Superintendent Dr. Azar, and Mr. Shaw

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Mr. Vigeant, Mr. Braga, Mr. Shaw, and Colonel Hall

Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School-JUNIOR AWARDS CEREMONY

N. Dighton, MA: Students in the Class of 2017 at  Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School were recognized at the Junior Awards Ceremony, held on Wednesday, June 8th in the auditorium.

The following students were recognized as recipients of College Book Awards:
St. Michael’s College Book Award: Vinh Doan and Sarah Guimond
St. Lawrence University Book Award:  Alexis Braz
Saint Anselm College Book Award: Cecelia Little
Rensselaer Medal: Logan Ramos
Elmira College: Ryan Ferrara and Ashley Fredette
Boston College Book Award: Robyn D’Ambrosio
Regis College Book Award- Kristina Perez
Smith College Book Award: Cassidy Vincent
Rhode Island College Book Award: Brielle Gravel
Yale University Book Award: Joel Papp
Brown University Book Award: Megan Moran
Harvard University Book Award: Brooke Barlow and William Davis

The following students received Outstanding Performance Awards for their work in the following vocational pathways:

Automotive Technology: Korey Gendreau
Carpentry: Katherine McCombs
Criminal Justice: Sophia Burrows
Drafting Technology: Madison Fontaine
Early Childhoold Education: Jenai Childs
Machine Technology: Gregory Bent
Marketing: Anna Stone
TV Production and Broadcasting: Jack McGuirk

All members of the National Honor Society will be designated as such by wearing the ceremonial white cord and tassel. These students have been recognized for their excellence in academics, in their time at Dighton-Rehoboth. They have also been recognized for their outstanding leadership skills, their service to others, and their character. The following members of the Class of 2017 will wear a white cord and tassel at graduation for their membership in National Honor Society:

  • Brooke Barlow
  • Hannah Barlow
  • Alexis Braz
  • Madison Burtan
  • Julia Coute
  • Robyn D’Ambrosio
  • Alyssa Damiano
  • Ryan Ferrara
  • Jacob Grady
  • Brielle Gravel
  • Sarah Guimond
  • Meagan Gustafson
  • Grace Harrison
  • Cecelia Little
  • Megan Moran
  • Kyle Moynihan
  • Kaitlyn O’Connor
  • Joel Papp
  • Emily Parker
  • Kristina Perez
  • Gina Rufo
  • Stephanie Ruta
  • Sean Silva
  • Abigail Teixeira
  • MacKenzie Warren
The International Thespain Society is an honor society for theatre students.  Thespian honor ranks are awareded for work overa nd above the work required for induction.  This year’s recipients are Madison Burtan and Eliza McCann
The Boston Section of the Society of Women Engineers offers certificates of Merit to 3 female students who have demonstrated high achievement in mathematics and science.  This year’s recipeients were Katherine McCombs, Megan Moran, and Abigail Teixeira
The Remarkable Young Women’s Award sponsored by the AAUW-American Association of University Women Taunton Area Chapter was awarded to Anna Stone
The Civic Legacy Award was awarded to Lydia Sirois who has shown the personal characteristics of integrity, creativity, persistence, humor, community spirit, and respect for other people.
Matt Hebert received the Dean’s Award for outstanding involvement in extracurricular activities.
The Scholar Athlete Award was presented to Sarah Guimond and Joel Papp.
The Scholar Arts Award was presented to Madison Burtan.  
Sydney Flanagan and Jason Berube received the Assistant Principal’s Book Award for displaying the DR Difference by exhibiting incredible respect, kindness and concern for others and to for  truly demonstrating and encouraging a positive culture for our DR Community
Lastly, the American Citizenship Award was given to Ryan Ferrara for inspiring and encouraging other students to strive to be better citizens.  


Class of 2020 Visits DRRHS for Freshman Transition:
Throughout the 2015-2015 school year, our Freshman Transition team has met with the Class of 2020 to start to build relationships to make their transition into DRRHS a smooth one.  Our visits started with our team visiting the 7th and 8th grade in assemblies and at lunch.  In May our team with with the 8th graders at their middle schools to continue to build relationships and rapport with the students.  On Monday and Tuesday, both Dighton Middle School and Beckwith Middle School 8th graders visited DRRHS to get acquainted with the high school.  The transition to high school is one of the most difficult for students, so our June visits are geared to help students understand the academic and social expectations they will embrace in September.  
Our summer transition program has been extremely successful for students to help them transition.  Last year, only the students who did not attend our summer program did not know how to find their classes and open their lockers on day 1.  Click here to see a video that was created in 2013 of the summer program.  If you have not signed up for the summer program, please click here to register.  If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Braga at KBraga@drregional.org.




                                            
JUNE 26 thru JULY 24, 2016
Carpenter Museum Tilton Room
E. Otis Dyer Barn
4 Locust Avenue . Rehoboth, MA
Palmer River Elementary
D.L. Beckwith Middle
Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School
Avaree Caron
Grade 1
Jason DeRosa
Grade 8
Kylie Furtado
Grade 12
Gregory Bent
Grade 11
Isabella Ferreira
Grade 9
Jasmin Dickson
Grade 9
H. Siddall
Grade 8
N. Howard
Grade 7
J. Ferrara
Grade 6
J. Garabedian
Grade 8
M. Morgenweck
Grade 7
A. Wells
Grade 7
E. Gesner
Grade 6
J. Boivin
Grade 5
S. Fiora
Grade 6
Peyton Marricone
Grade 10
Adrianna Groome
Grade 10
Kimberly Reilly
Grade 12
Wendy Emma Masse
Grade 12
Chelsea Treichler
Grade 9
Caroline Enos
Grade 9
Abby Behm
Grade 9
S. DaSilva
Grade 5
U. Soliday
Grade 5
FEATURED STUDENT ARTISTS in the TILTON ROOM
Gregory Bent - Grade 11
Abby Behm - Grade 9
J. Boivin - Grade 5
Avaree Caron - Grade 1
Evelyn Cooper - K
Lindsay Daniel - Grade 2
S. DaSilva - Grade 5
Jason DeRosa - Grade 8
Jasmin Dickson - Grade 9
Caroline Enos - Grade 9
J. Ferrara - Grade 6
Isabella Ferreira - Grade 9
S. Fiora - Grade 6
Kylie Furtado - Grade 12
J. Garabedian - Grade 8
E. Gesner - Grade 6
Adrianna Groom - Grade 10
N. Howard - Grade 7
Kamil Kabli - Grade 3
Peyton Marricone - Grade 10
M. Morgenweck - Grade 7
Wendy Emma Masse - Grade 12
Kimberly Reilly - Grade 12
H. Sidall - Grade 8
U. Soliday - Grade 5
Chelsea Treichler - Grade 9
A. Wells - Grade 7

Ashley Szczoczarz wins METTA Student Award

“It is important to give back, both to one’s community and others, because it sets a precedent for others to follow,” states eighteen year old Ashley Szczoczarz.
Her deep passion for helping others, especially those with disabilities, makes this Rehoboth teen a perfect fit for the thirty-sixth Metta Student Foundation one thousand dollar grant.
A ceremony was held Tuesday, May 31 at 6:30 PM at Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School located at 2700 Regional Road, North Dighton, MA. Members of the media attended. With this latest winner, the Metta Students Foundation has awarded thirty-six thousand dollars to students who have done acts of kindness and continue to #sharemetta.
“In my personal and social life, I work to spread the mission of love, kindness, and inclusion by coaching different levels of cheerleading, both 8th grade cheer and challenger cheerleading, and mix the two to teach important acceptance and responsibility roles in the lives of others. Through working at the Little Red Schoolhouse in Somerset, Ma., I teach the essential characteristics of inclusion and kindness by setting an example for students and exemplifying proper language and friendship when playing,” states Szczoczarz.
In addition to all of this, during her sophomore year, Szczoczarz got involved in Best Buddies, a nonprofit organization which works with students who have disabilities.
“Spreading the mission of inclusion is a cause that is very dear to my heart,” states Szczoczarz. “Students with disabilities often have a difficult time displaying their emotions and feelings to others, so it is very important that others convey the message for them.”
Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School Science Teacher Diana Hopkins nominated Szczoczarz stating, “Ashley is undoubtedly, one of the most conscientious students I have ever had the opportunity to teach. Beyond the classroom, she is a vivacious leader. Having served her peers in student government since 2013, Ashley has worked tirelessly to coordinate events such as the prom and winter ball, the annual blood drive, and the community-wide spirit week fundraisers. Ashley has demonstrated unwavering commitment to the success of her peers and the enrichment of her community.”
Norm Kelly, founder of Software Quality Associates in Providence, created the Metta Students Foundation in October of 2012 after learning of one teen’s act of kindness toward another teen. “Metta means love and kindness,” states Norm Kelly. “The common denominator with all of our Metta Students is their compassion, unselfishness, and dedication to others. Each is unique, but they all want to make the world a better place.” It is for all of these reasons that the Metta Students is proud to award Szczoczarz one thousand dollars.
“It feels absolutely incredible to win a Metta grant because of its importance in allowing me to further my education and spread the mission of love and kindness in the future through new organizations that I will create and manage for those with disabilities,” states Szczoczarz. “With the $1,000 grant, I will further my education at Salve Regina University. I hope to one day open my own nonprofit organization that provides resources and help for families of students with disabilities at the elementary level.”

Do you have an exceptional student who deserves recognition for his/her selfless acts? Visit our site and nominate them here.
To see video of how the Metta Students foundation began or for more information about the foundation, log ontowww.mettastudents.org  

Class of 2016 College Decisions: The 168 students planning to continue their education will attend the following post-secondary institutions:

  1. Allegheny College
  2. Assumption College
  3. Becker College
  4. Boston University
  5. Bridgewater State University
  6. Bristol Community College
  7. Brown University
  8. Bryant University
  9. Clark University
  10. Coastal Carolina University
  11. College of Mount Saint Vincent
  12. Connecticut School of Broadcasting
  13. Curry College
  14. Dean College
  15. Eckerd College
  16. Elon University
  17. Emerson College
  18. Fitchburg State University
  19. Fordham University
  20. Framingham State University
  21. Franklin & Marshall College
  22. Full Sail University
  23. Gettysburg College
  24. Gordon College
  25. Harvard University
  26. Hope College
  27. Ithaca College
  28. Johnson & Wales University
  29. Liberty University
  30. MA College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
  31. Massasoit Community College
  32. MotoRing Technical Training Institute
  33. New England Institute of Technology
  34. Nichols College
  35. Northeastern University
  36. Quinnipiac University
  37. Rhode Island College
  38. Saint Lawrence University
  39. Salem State University
  40. Salve Regina University
  41. Seton Hall University
  42. Skidmore College
  43. Southern New Hampshire University
  44. State University of New York
  45. Stoenhill College
  46. Suffolk University
  47. Toni & Guy Hairdressing Academy
  48. United States Air Force Academy
  49. Unity College
  50. Universal Technical Institute
  51. University of Colorado Boulder
  52. University of Connecticut
  53. University of Evansville
  54. University of Maine
  55. University of Massachusetts Amherst
  56. University of Massachusetts Boston
  57. University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
  58. University of Massachusetts Lowell
  59. University of New Hampshire
  60. University of Rhode Island
  61. University of Rochester
  62. University of San Francisco
  63. University of Vermont
  64. University of Waterloo
  65. Wentworth Institute of Technology
  66. Western New England University
  67. Wheaton College
  68. Worcester Polytechnic Institute
  69. Worcester State University
Final Senior Transcripts:
Guidance has received requests about sending their final transcripts to their college. As previously indicated guidance will automatically send out final transcripts to the colleges that you have indicated you are attending.  They use the pink form that you were all asked to complete and return to Guidance which has a checkbox Continue My Education and states in parentheses "Your final transcript will be sent here".  Guidance has pink forms from everyone. The goal is to have all final transcripts sent by the end of this week. If you have any questions please contact guidance.  

Dean’s Desk:
  • Baseball: Record: Overall 19-3 (this includes tournament play)
  • DR baseball is on FIRE! Yesterday at Rockland High School the Falcon baseball team lit up the Stoughton Black Knights with a 5-1 victory to advance in the MIAA tournament.  Joey Rogers commanded the mound and struck out 14 batters, while Jake Salera cracked a triple 390 feet deep! The DR boys of summer will play on Monday at Campanelli Field home of the Brockton Roxx baseball team.  Game starts at 4:00 pm   Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students.   Come out and support your team, school, and community! GO FALCONS

Week Ahead:
Saturday, June 11, 2016
Monday, June 13, 2016-GREEN
Tuesday, June 14, 2016-GOLD
Wednesday, June 15, 2016-GREEN
Thursday, June 16, 2016-GOLD
Final Exam Schedule:
  • Period 4 Exam: 7:17-9:00
  • Break: 9:00-9:10 (during break, students will clean out lockers in 100s)
  • Period 3 Exam: 9:10-10:50
  • Student Dismissal at 10:50
Friday, June 17, 2016-GREEN
  • Period 4 Exam: 7:17-9:00
  • Break: 9:00-9:10 (during break, students will clean out lockers in 200s)
  • Period 3 Exam: 9:10-10:50
  • Student Dismissal at 10:50
Monday, June 20, 2016-GOLD
Final Exam Schedule:
  • Period 2 Exam: 7:17-9:00
  • Break: 9:00-9:10 (during break, students will clean out lockers in 300s)
  • Period 1 Exam: 9:10-10:50
  • Student Dismissal at 10:50
Tuesday, June 21, 2016-GREEN
  • Period 2 Exam: 7:17-9:00
  • Break: 9:00-9:10 (during break, students will clean out lockers in 500s/CTE)
  • Period 1 Exam: 9:10-10:50
  • Student Dismissal at 10:50
Have a GREAT SUMMER BREAK! Please be safe and we look forward to seeing you in September!