A true #WeAreDR moment! Good deeds happen in our schools every day, but now and then, we need to publicly celebrate them! Last week when Superintendent Runey was visiting classrooms, he mistakenly dropped $20 when he pulled his phone out of his pocket to take some photos of our great teachers in action. Later that morning, Aiden B. found the money and turned it into his teacher. We thank Aiden for being a great example of belonging and selflessness, and we salute the BMS staff for fostering this type of culture. #WeAreDR
Yesterday was an incredible day of learning and growth for our talented staff!! Thank you to our guest speaker Jessica Minahan for enhancing our toolkits as educators! In addition, our local law enforcement partnered with the building administration to review our safety protocols. #WeAreDR #growthmindset
Shout out to the DRRHS marching band for their outstanding performance at the NESBA showcase this weekend! #WeAreDR 💚💛
D-R Falcons Basketball Fundraiser Night Tuesday October 4, 2022 20% of your order will be donated to DR Hoopsters Dine in, Takeout, and giftcard purchases ALL DAY/NIGHT
Sights from the Superintendent’s visits to schools this week. #WeAreDR 💚💛
We need you!! The Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School field hockey program and soccer program are holding fundraisers this Saturday and Sunday respectively at the Brilliant Dahlia Flower Farm in Rehoboth. Come on out to support your teams!! We Are DR!!
First home Cross County meet in 5 years! Go DR! #WeAreDR
District launches We Are DRiven to Serve Community Service Campaign The Dighton Rehoboth Regional School District lives by the mantra that We Are DR and the Superintendent wants to take that mindset out into both DR communities. To accomplish this, he is launching the “We Are DRiven to Serve“ initiative where clubs, teams, and other student organizations will be recognized for their service to the residents of either Dighton or Rehoboth. “These two towns have supported our students and staff financially for so many years that it is time for us to pay it forward and give back to our residents,” Superintendent Bill Runey stated. “Community service is a win/win situation. Our students will benefit just as much as the people who are the recipients of their service. The world needs more kindness, and it’s a great life lesson for students of any age.” Runey said that the service can take many forms. “Depending on the age group, there are many creative ways to serve those in need in our community. Elementary students might choose to make holiday cards for Dighton’s Council on Aging. Middle school students might arrange a food drive to benefit the Rehoboth Food Pantry. High school students might volunteer for a beautification project in town. A sports team might host a clinic for a youth league. The possibilities are endless, and the payoff is priceless.” Throughout the year, the groups who demonstrate a high level of commitment to service will be recognized as the Community Service Champions and will be presented with the “DR 10 Pounds of Gold” championship (pictured). Student organizations can complete the form linked below to be considered. There also must be an accompanying cover letter. A sample cover letter is linked in the application. Community members seeking to receive service should contact Michele D. Blackburn, email@example.com. Not all requests will be honored, but we will do our best. https://forms.gle/nfMygAJtYBDjLbNZ6
On this 21st anniversary of 9/11/2001, we want to share the Superintendent’s reflection from Friday night’s game. #NeverForget #WeAreDR ❤️🤍💙 🇺🇸
Please support our Music, Football, and Cheer programs at their mattress fundraiser on Sunday. See the flyer for more details. #WeAreDR 💚💛
Welcome back to our amazing staff! May it be an amazing year for you! #WeAreDR 💚💛
Great day kicking off our outstanding Mentoring Program. This program is led by the district coordinators, Amanda Ferreira, Ann Siachos, Alaina St. Germain and Arlene Parella. They put so much time and effort to make sure today was successful. Also, thank you to all the mentors who came out to support their protégées and enjoy a delicious lunch catered by Whitsons. Thank you, team! The excitement in this room was palpable and We Are DR and we are ready for day 1.
The DRRHS Theatre Company's website has been updated with the new season. Our store is also open and we are taking donations to fund this year's productions. Thank you so much for your help and support! https://www.onthestage.tickets/dighton-rehoboth-regional-high-school
By now, all schools have sent families a Welcome Back message around noon today! You can also find them located on each of the schools Facebook Pages! It's that time of year...get the backpacks ready! WE ARE DR!
Great evening at Beckwith Middle School. Incoming fifth grade families were met by building administration, teachers and student volunteers, as they got an opportunity to hear all about the school. After the presentation, they toured the building and got a huge ice cream sundae! One student said, "I can't wait for school, summer break is way too long, I want to see my friends". Great job to the PTSA and staff from BMS...We are ready! We Are DR!
Good luck to our Fall Sports student-athletes! Work as a team because together, we are DR! 💚💛
Dighton PTO organized the Playdate at the Playground! What a wonderful event. Parents, students and faculty met and enjoyed a beautiful August morning mingling and getting to know the DR team! Special guest Miss Lorie from Dighton Public Library read to the kids as well. You can tell we are ready for the start of the year! #WeAreDR
This is just a reminder that Band Camp concludes today with a 3pm performance at DRRHS! Family & Friends are encouraged to support these outstanding students!
It’s only Day 2 of Band Camp and the DRRHS Marching Band is sounding great so far! Friends and Family - please consider coming out to the high school this Friday at 3pm for their concluding performance of selections from the Lion King! #WeAreDR 💚💛