Thursday, January 17, 2019

Mid Term Schedule

Dighton- Rehoboth Regional High School 2018-2019 Mid-term Examination Schedule
Friday, January 18, 2019
7:17- students report to Green Period 1 for Daily Announcements and Attendance 7:17-9:00 (103 minutes) Green Period 1 Examinations
 9:00-9:10 break
9:10-10:50 (100 minutes) Green Period 2 Examinations 10:50- School dismissal - NO LUNCHES
Tuesday, January 22, 2019
7:17- students report to Green Period 3 for Daily Announcements and Attendance 7:17-9:00 (103 minutes) Green Period 3 Examinations
 9:00-9:10 break
9:10-10:50 (100 minutes) Green Period 4 Examinations 10:50- School dismissal - NO LUNCHES
Wednesday, January 23, 2019 In-Service Training
Thursday, January 24, 2019
7:17- students report to Gold Period 1 for Daily Announcements and Attendance 7:17-9:00 (103 minutes) Gold Period 1 Examinations
 9:00-9:10 break
9:10-10:50 (100 minutes) Gold Period 2 Examinations 10:50- School dismissal - NO LUNCHES
Friday, January 25, 2019
7:17- students report to Gold Period 3 for Daily Announcements and Attendance 7:17-9:00 (103 minutes) Gold Period 3 Examinations
 9:00-9:10 break
9:10-10:50 (100 minutes) Gold Period 4 Examinations 10:50- School dismissal - NO LUNCHES

Senior Bio’s.

Attention Seniors & Senior Parents,
Just a reminder that we currently have only 116 bio's out of a class of 208 seniors.  The yearbook staff is working hard to finalize the senior pages and we would really like to have everyone's bio's so that there is not an empty space below your photo in the yearbook.
I reopened the portal for the senior bio (see link below) and I need anyone who has not completed this yet to submit their bio by THIS MONDAY 1/21/19.  It's a long weekend, so take the time to get this important piece of your high school memory for the yearbook.  After this date, we will be closing the portal and we cannot add any more bio's after that time.   Link is below....
Please let Mrs. Tremblett know if you want a paper version or if you need any help, please don't hesitate to come by.  Also, please make sure that you have submitted your photo.  
Lastly, all dues collections have ended and there are still many seniors who did not submit class dues.  You are not required to pay class dues, but please note that if you don't pay class dues and you DO want a yearbook, the cost is now $85 and you need to order online through Jostens or through Mrs. Tremblett.  Also, if you did not pay your class dues, you will also have to submit $21 to Mrs. Stahowiak at the end of the year for your cap and gown payment.  If you paid your dues, both of those have been taken care of for you so you are all set.

PCC

PCC -  Project Contemporary Competitiveness (PCC) was presented to students during freshman presentations last month.   PCC is a four or six-week summer advanced studies program offered on the Stonehill College campus. PCC is entering its 51st consecutive year boasting more than 22,000 alumni. The purpose of PCC is to provide an intellectually enriching, socially stimulating, affordable residential summer program in a friendly, supportive learning environment for students entering grades 8-10. The program is staffed by full-time program directors, resident directors, floor leaders and college students. There is also an instructional staff consisting of college professors, public and private school teachers. Students will select two classes from a variety of course offerings that they will attend in the morning session. The remainder of the day includes group instruction, field trips, productions and activities. Students will select two classes from a variety of course offerings that they will attend in the morning session. The remainder of the day includes group instruction, field trips, productions and activities.
Applications are now available at PCC onlineThe scholarship applications from the PCC Alumni Organization and PCC will be on their website www.pccasp.org February 15, 2019 for parents requesting financial aid.  Additional scholarships may be available through PCC.
The 2019 program dates are Sunday, June 30-Saturday, August 10, 2019 and the cost this year is $2,050 (4-week) / $2,650 (6-week) with an additional $25 application fee. Limited scholarships are available.
We invite you to view the PCC promotional video and review the attached information sheet for additional information.
Please submit completed applications to the DRRHS Guidance Center.  Feel free to contact any of the guidance counselors or PCC directly with any further questions.
Sincerely,
Jacquelyn Tremblett

Monday, January 14, 2019

DR Basketball Clam Boil

Tickets are available for the DR Boys and Girls Basketball clam boil fundraiser on Saturday, Jan 19 at the Seekonk Rod and Gun Club in Rehoboth!  Doors open at 6PM and dinner will be served at 7PM.  Tickets are $30.00 for all you can eat, BYOB (water and soda will be sold).  Raffles will include a variety of gift baskets and silent auction for Boston Celtics tickets.  All proceeds go to the basketball program!  For tickets, please contact a player this week.