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

D-R REGIONAL



Kevin Braga, Principal

John Harrison, Asst. Principal

Stasia Peters, CTE Director

Bridgit Martin, Guidance Director

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

 

NEWS

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Dighton-Rehoboth School Committee Meetings

Second and Fourth Tuesdays at 7 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. 

READ ABOUT THE STUDENTS WHO HAVE MADE IT INTO THE HIGH FIVE CLUB!


BEST BUDDIES

The mission of Best Buddies is for students to develop one-to-one relationships with peers. Please see Mr. Garcia or Mr. Tichacek with questions. In addition, 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.


DIGHTON-REHOBOTH REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

CALENDAR

Thursday, November 13

Friday, November 14

6:30 PM

DRRHS Auditorium

DRRHS THEATRE COMPANY
“ALL THE KING’S WOMEN”

There will be two performances of Luigi Jannuzzi’s comedic play about the story of Elvis Presley, told through the eyes of seventeen women, some enthralled, some appalled, and all obsessed with the King of Rock and Roll. This is a “touching, bring-the-family comedy with a heart that captures the effects of fame, generosity, and just being a nice guy can bring to others.”  Adults: $10 per person, Senior citizens/children/students: $5 per person. Tickets are available at the door or by calling 508-252-5025, ext. 753 or emailing: elasalle@drregional.org.


Friday, November 14

6:30 PM

S. Seekonk Rod & Gun Club

CLAM BOIL BENEFIT FOR

DRRHS SKILLS USA CHAPTER

Our SkillsUSA chapter is having a Clamboil to raise funds for students to participate in this year’s leadership and competition events.  Some of these events are weekends and involve transportation, hotel and meal expenses.  Your participation in this fundraiser can help reduce the price and make it possible for more students to attend.  Please consider supporting your local SkillsUSA chapter and purchase a clam boil ticket.   Tickets can be purchased through students or by calling the CTE office at 508-252-5030.  Tickets are $25 each.  We must sell a minimum of 120 tickets or the clam boil will have to be postponed.


Saturday, December 13

10 AM to 2 PM

DRRHS Cafeteria

DRRHS ANNUAL VENDOR

AND CRAFT FAIR

This annual event benefits the high school’s CTE program’s chapter of SkillsUSA.  Along with many vendors and crafters, there will be a 50/50 raffle along with a raffle to win a cutting board designed by CTE carpentry students! Vendors interested in reserving a table should contact Colleen Hall at 508-252-5030 or email her at chall@drregional.org.

CONGRATS TO DRRHS SPEECH/DEBATE

(November 3, 2014) Congratulations to the D-R Speech and Debate Team who took second place in the team awards at the tournament hosted at DRRHS on November 1. Brendan Henrique won third place in Impromptu speaking; Jordan Emond came in sixth for radio broadcasting; Madison Burtan came in sixth for Novice Reading; Surrey Houlker and Maddison Burtan took second place in Team Improv;  and Carissa Steiner and Maddie MacMahon were the champions! D-R also placed sixth in Play Reading with Jillian Henrique and champion Surrey Houlker.


DRRHS MARCHING BAND WINS GOLD

(November 3, 2014) The DR Marching Band brought home another gold  medal for their participation in the New England Scholastic Band Association Competition recently held in Andover, MA.  Every high school band participating wins gold, silver, or bronze level awards.  A platinum award is reserved for bands scoring 95 point or more.


DRRHS SPEECH TEAM HOSTS ALL-DAY MEET

(October 31, 2014) The Dighton~Rehoboth Regional High School Speech Team will host their an all-day meet on Saturday, November 1 beginning at 8 AM at the Dighton~Rehoboth Regional High School. Mrs. Holly Loell, Speech Team Advisor and DRRHS Foreign Language teacher, announced over 20 schools will be in attendance with over 270 entries and 70 adult judges. Teams from Milton Academy and public high schools from Shrewsbury, Needham, Natick, and Lincoln-Sudbury send teams this Saturday to compete with DRRHS.


DRRHS TO COMPETE FOR A SLOT ON

WGBH’S HIGH SCHOOL QUIZ SHOW

Students representing DRRHS will battle it out against 114 other Massachusetts high schools to win a position on the latest season of the Emmy-award winning quiz show. The four-member team from D-R will compete on November 16 at WGBH Studios in Brighton.  All teams will take the same 100 question oral quiz.  Sixteen teams will be chosen for the televised, single-elimination academic tournament for the state championship and then proceed to face the winners from New Hampshire. High School Quiz Show will premiere on February 7, 2015.  DRRHS participated in the show during the 2010 season and made it to the quarter finals.


DRRHS WELCOME NEW CTE DIRECTOR

Stasia Peters was recently appointed as Career and Technical Education (CTE) Director at DRRHS. A native of Rhode Island, she is completing her doctorate from Northeastern University. With a master’s degree from Indiana State University in physical education, she specialized in sports medicine. Peters taught physical education for six years and coached in El Paso, TX, and at Dover-Sherborn HD in MA before joining the Keefe Tech Regional School District as the Technology Coordinator. She was Director of Technology for eight years at Southeastern Regional School District, and then at their high school as a Vocational Director after obtaining a CAGS degree in Educational Leadership from Bridgewater State. Peters has settled into her new position and is excited to join the DRRHS community.


NEW SPECIAL ED COORDINATOR

DRRHS recently appointed Janet Griffith as the high school’s new Special Education Coordinator. A resident of RI, Griffith has a master’s degree in education administration from Providence College and CAGS in Educational Leadership from Johnson & Wales University.  She is currently completing a doctorate program. Griffith was an elementary classroom teacher and special educator, and taught middle school general science and special education. She has served as an Elementary/ Middle School Administrator, Curriculum Director, Educator Evaluator for the Department of Education and Special Education Director. She serves on the AMLE International Board of Trustees with a strong interest in student advocacy and policy. Griffith is very happy to join the Dighton-Rehoboth community and looks forward to building strong relationships with students, faculty, and parents.