Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Daily Announcements 2-27-19

Attention Seniors. Do you want to have a say on the decor at prom? Do you want your voice heard? Your opinion counts and the first prom committee meeting is this Wednesday, Feb 27th at 2pm in room 307. Please see Miss Harwood in room 307 with questions. Hope to see you there!

A reminder. Intro. to fitness classes will be meeting in the media center.

Signups are going on now at all lunches for the annual blood drive on March 8th. All students must have a permission slip signed to participate. By donating blood just once, you could save up to 3 lives! See Ms. Beckett with any questions.

Leo Club there will be a meeting in room 111 after school on Wednesday

 NHS members there is a mandatory meeting in the cafe after school on Thursday.

 The GSA will be showing the movie Love Simon next Monday at 2pm in room 105. All are welcome. A signed parent permission slip will be needed to enter. You can pick them up in Guidance with Mrs. Donahue.

 The freshmen, sophomore, and junior classes will be collecting class dues at all lunches March 4th-March 8th. Dues are $15 for freshmen and sophomores, $25 for juniors.

A big congratulations to the Boys Winter Track Pentathlon team comprised of Miguel Garcia, Dylan Kindberg, and Alex Martinho. They finished 3rd overall last night at the state meet in Boston by scoring 7,747 points. Way to go boys!


Friday, February 15, 2019

DRS Hockey

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DRS Hockey won Wednesday night against Apponequet 7-3. DR’s Zach Evans (former defenseman) in net had 31 saves. Goals scored by Emily Duffy and Wyatt Nastar. 


Next home game 6:30pm (only two left) is Saturday night against Durfee at NESV.  Come support the team!

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Daily Announcements 2-14-19

Attention any boy interested in playing Boys Tennis this spring. There will be an informational meeting for any boy interested in playing Tennis this spring on Thursday, after school in room 122. If you have any questions see Mr. Augusto in room 122. Thanks

Student Government meeting has been rescheduled to Thursday. See Ms. B if you can't make it

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

DRX Awards



DRX Awards are back and students and staff gathered in the media center last period on Friday, February 8 to celebrate their relaunch. Seniors, Matt McNaughton, Chris Hoskins, and Connor Glynn opened up the ceremony, as they had played an integral role in recreating the awards that aim to recognize students who exemplify the school’s 5 core values: Respect, Responsibility, Integrity, Independence, and Excellence.

Matt addressed his peers saying, “The goal is to bring some positivity to the DR community.”

Overall, those in attendance would agree that it was a positive experience. The room was filled with cheers, smiles, and fist bumps (coined DRXplosions by Matt) as the following students were recognized for making DRRHS a better place:

Isaiah Farrar
Robert Azevedo
Melina Nutall
Mackenzie Morgenweck
Lauren Pimentel
Shea Herman
Abigail Cabral
Jairus Hardmon
Ainsley Cronin
Alexis Ponte
Tyler Kindberg
Matt McNaughton
Chris Hoskins
Connor Glynn

And, if you are curious as to what these awesome students did to receive an award, check out the new DRX bulletin board just outside the Guidance Department.

We look forward to many more opportunities each month to recognize and celebrate the outstanding achievements of our students!

Friday, February 8, 2019

Daily Announcements 2-8-19

Treat yourself--Or someone else. The class of 2020 will be selling Personalized Valentine's Day Candy Grams for $3 at all lunches starting on Monday. Candy Grams will be distributed on Valentines day and aren't just for your sweetheart-- Buy one for your best friend or yourself!

The next Best Buddies event will be held after school on Tuesday, Feb. 12 in the cafeteria immediately after school until 2:50 p.m. All members are encouraged to attend. Please see Mr. Garcia or Ms. Burnham if you have any questions.


Thursday, February 7, 2019

Daily Announcements 2-7-19

As we continue “National School Counseling Week.” Our message focuses on “what matters.”
Actor Matt Damon said recently: “I think what’s important for kids to know is your decisions matter. Your behavior matters. How you treat other people matters.” It might be as simple as holding the door open for someone, or as complex as writing a great story or inventing a new way of computing. No matter how big or how small, what you do matters.
In Oh, the Places You’ll Go, Dr. Seuss writes: “You'll get mixed up, of course, as you already know. You'll get mixed up with many strange birds as you go. So be sure when you step. Step with care and great tact and remember that Life's a Great Balancing Act. Just never forget to be dexterous and deft. And never mix up your right foot with your left.”

Latin and French Clubbers! Please stop by Mrs. Loell's room to pick up a permission slip and sign up for slots in the van for Monday's shop and skate at Patriot Place. Final count is due Friday by 1:00 pm.

Any girl interested in learning more about the sport of girls lacrosse and would like to participate in lacrosse 101 clinics, please see Coach Smith or Coach Vaughn in 503, the math hallway, before February vacation to sign up.

 Congratulations to the boys winter track team for finishing the season with a 5-0 record last night. They defeated Seekonk 48-38 and were crowned SCC Champions. It was an exciting team win for the Falcons. Bread Secured!

Congratulations to Owen Arden on his acceptance to Champlain College and Quinnipiac University. YAHOO!!

Congratulations to Matt McNaughton on his acceptance to Stonehill College, Assumption College, University of Rhode Island, Saint Anselm College, and Bridgewater State University. YAHOO!!

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Daily Announcements 2/6/19

In honor of National School Counseling Week here is a message to think about:
The inventor Thomas Edison once said, “Our lives are not determined by what happens to us but by how we react to what happens, not by what life brings to us, but by the attitude we bring to life..." Remember a positive attitude causes a chain reaction of positive thoughts, events, and outcomes.


Attention students: The next Project Hope meeting will be this Monday Feb 11th right after school in room 105

Attention students: The photography club will have its next meeting Feb 25th in room 105 at 2pm. Please submit your photos via email on the subject What does DR mean to me? by Feb 20th. Any questions see Ms. Pimento or Ms. Donahue

The Leo Club meeting will meet today in room 111 right after school

 The boys winter track team will travel to Greater New Bedford Voc tonight to take on the crosstown rival Seekonk Warriors. The winner of the meet will be crowned SCC champions! All boys should be at the school by 4:45 PM. Let’s get this bread!!

Mr Loell's Creative Writing class will meet in Media 2 today. To Repeat. Mr Loell's Creative Writing class will meet in Media 2 today.

Any girl who signed up for Lacrosse Winter League must see Coach Smith in 503 at the end of the school day today. Also, anyone interested in playing on the girls lacrosse team this spring needs to register on FamilyID.


Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Daily Announcements 2-5-19

This week is National School Counseling Week, and we are thankful for all the support the counselors in our building provide to our students and the entire school community.
Civil rights pioneer Harriet Tubman once said “Every dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world." Counselors are here to help you explore your dreams and discover how to achieve them.


Wednesday February 6th is the last day of dropping and adding courses. All students should be settling into their classes. A reminder that the GSA is meeting after school today in Room 105 .

Tomorrow, Wednesday February 6th is the last day of dropping and adding courses. All students should be settling into their classes.

In honor of National School Counseling Week here is a message to think about:
Pop star Katy Perry once said, “It takes a village to make me who I am.”
This simple quote has a lot of depth. Each one of us has a village. Your
village consists of your classmates, friends, family, teachers and others
who surround you each day. Your village can help you become who you
want to be. Your village is your network. 


DRS Hockey has a double header Wednesday night at 5:00pm @ NESV vs Old Rochester/Fairhaven and
8:30pm vs Somerset/Berkley

There was a change in our elective course offerings and now Robotics is being run on Green Day Period 2. If you are interesting in taking this course please see your counselor.

Attention Seniors,
There are still a number of seniors who have not submitted a bio for the yearbook. The portal will be open for today and tomorrow or you can come to guidance and fill out a paper version. If we do not receive your bio by Wednesday at the close of school, we will not be able to add it to the yearbook. Any questions, please see Mrs. Tremblett.

  Attention Juniors: If you are planning on taking the March SAT, the registration deadline is this Friday February 8th. To register you must go on the Collegeboard.org website. Guidance recommends that Juniors who are interested in attending a 4 year college should take the SAT and/or ACT at least once in the Spring of their Junior year. March 9th is the first standardized test date.

 ATTENTION SENIORS: If you work at Honey Dew Donuts, we have a scholarship for you! See Ms. Shillan in Guidance to pick up your application today.

Congratulations to Cami Little on her acceptance to Providence College and Roger Williams University. YAHOO!!

Congratulations to Alex Martinho on his acceptance to Worcester Polytechnic Institute. YAHOO!!

There will be a short Portuguese Club meeting Wednesday after school in room 122 to discuss our next outing. Please see MR. Augusto or club officer with any questions. Obrigado

There is a student government meeting today after school in room 108. Please bring all forms and moneys to the meeting and see Ms. B if you cannot attend.

The Handbook Committee will be meeting in Room 316 today at 2 PM
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This morning all students will be participating in the Clothesline Project. Teachers please check the schedule to see what time you will bring your class through the gymnasium. Read the script prior to walking through the exhibit. We will not be calling classes down, please be aware of the time in which you need to bring your class through. Thank you!