Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School
Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School

D-R REGIONAL



Kevin Braga

Principal

John Harrison

Vice Principal

Marie Juanita DiGioia

Vice Principal

Stasia Peters

Director Career & Tech Ed

Doug Kelley

Dean of Activities and Athletics

Dawn Dailey-Begin

Nurse


508-252-5025 (main)

508-252-5050 (guidance)

508-252-5055 (athletics)

508-252-5060 (special services)

508-252-5030 (vocational)


Emails: first name initial followed by last name at: drregional.org

 

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Dighton-Rehoboth School Committee Meetings

Second and Fourth Tuesdays at 6:30 PM

DRRHS Media Center

HIGH FIVE CLUB

With weekly input from faculty, D-R administration recognizes two students each week for outstanding achievement within the school community.  Along with having their names read on Friday morning, they receive a tee-shirt to wear that day and recognition in the Falcon Weekly on the school website. The program is supported financially through a donation from Bristol County Savings Bank. 


BEST BUDDIES

The mission of Best Buddies is for students to develop one-to-one relationships with peers. To learn more, please visit bestbuddies.org/best-buddies.


PEER LEADERS

Peer Leaders represent a sense of belonging to the community, community service, and providing a positive role model in school. Some of the activities that Peer Leaders organize each year are the following. Those interested in Peer Leaders can pick up an application in the main office.

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PROJECT DRESS UP OFFERS FREE PROM DRESSES

(February 9, 2016)  Local Rehoboth and Dighton teens will once again be offered a great opportunity to get a free dress and accessories for prom or graduation parties on Saturday, March 5 at Saint Nicholas of Myra Parish Hall from 10 AM to 3 PM.

    For the past eight years, sisters Anna and Danielle Brodeur, have been collecting, cleaning and giving away free dresses. Project Dress Up began as a Girl Scout project and now become a Pay Forward project.  Anna, now a senior at Dighton Rehoboth Regional High School, is managing the March 5 event.

    This year, Project Dress Up is supported by a grant from the Dighton Cultural Council. There will be over 500 dresses on the racks including brand new dresses donated by local wedding shops.  Additionally, donors have given shoes, jewelry, makeup samples and other items to accessorize prom or party outfits.  Slightly worn dresses have been cleaned courtesy of Dermondy Cleaners in Taunton.  Private dressing areas will be available on March 5 at the parish hall, located at 499 Spring Street in North Dighton.

    Donated dresses and other items are still being collected.  If you have anything to donate, please contact Anna Brodeur at 508-669-6223.    



DUNKIN’ DONUTS OFFERS SCHOLARSHIPS

   Dunkin’ Donuts will award $1,000 each to 100 college-bound high school seniors from Rhode Island and Bristol County, MA as part of the 21st Annual Dunkin’ Donuts Scholarship Program. Scholarship awards are based on the student’s academic excellence, leadership qualities and community involvement.

    Applications for the Dunkin’ Donuts Scholarship Program will be available beginning February 1, 2016. Interested applicants any Dunkin’ Donuts restaurant in Rhode Island or Bristol County for more information. The deadline to submit applications is March 15, 2016.

   Over that last two decades, Dunkin’ Donuts franchisees have provided more than $2 million in tuition assistance grants to students to help further their education, demonstrating the franchisees’ long-standing commitment to supporting youth and education programs in their communities.

    “We know that paying for college can be a struggle for many families in our communities, so we’ve committed every year to help make college dreams a reality for 100 outstanding students and their families,” said Joe Prazeres, Dunkin’ Donuts Rhode Island franchisee.

    “Every year, we’re amazed by the talent and determination of these young people, and we’re honored to support their journeys to college.”

Applicants to the Dunkin’ Donuts Scholarship Program must meet the following eligibility criteria:


  1. Be a high school senior who plans to enroll in a course of study. Students must be enrolled at least part-time in a baccalaureate degree program at an accredited college or university, an associate degree program at an accredited junior or community college, or a certificate program at an approved vocational or technical institute.

  2. Be a resident of Rhode Island or Bristol County, Massachusetts.


For more information and a complete list of Scholarship Program eligibility requirements, please visit dunkindonuts.com/scholarship or Dunkin' Donuts locations in Rhode Island and Bristol County, Mass.

Applications must be received by March 15, 2016 for consideration. The Dunkin’ Donuts scholarship program is managed by Scholarship America. 


CROWD FUNDING TO IMPROVE DRRHS AUDITORIUM

A Go Fund Me site has been set up to raise $10,800 to pay for new lighting, sound equipment, and a portable dance floor to enhance the DRRHS auditorium for drama and music students. Donors will be recognized in production program books with contribution over $100 as ‘Gold’ donors and less than $100 as ‘Green’ donors. GoFundMe