Our Kindergarten Classes loved their morning yoga class today.
about 2 months ago, Cheryl Leandro
relaxing
relaxing 2
sailboat
tabletop
The winners of the PTSA Art Reflections Contest are (from left to right): Zane Z. Ezra B. Abel W. Holden W. Emmett W. Abigail S. Isla D. Mila B. We are so proud of you all!
about 2 months ago, Cheryl Leandro
Reflections winners
handing out prizes
winners
Kindergarten enrollment opens on Friday, March 8th! #WeAreDR
about 2 months ago, Kristine Kefor
k enrollment flier
We are very fortunate to enlist The Hill for Literacy to grow our reading and writing toolboxes this year. We work alongside an implementation specialist to grow our skills and strategies each month. The district elementary level staff also participates in a graduate course called Science of Reading every other month. These incredible professional development opportunities are funded through an early literacy DESE grant that the district was awarded last spring. #WeAreDR
about 2 months ago, Kristine Kefor
specialist and sped staff working on phonics
fourth grade team
fourth grade team
Vacation is over, but we are still having fun! 🤩 #WeAreDR
about 2 months ago, Kristine Kefor
group time
second grade
first grade
word hunting
subject verb agreement in first grade
more word hunting in 1st grade
Sending along a quick reminder to our preschool families: The PRES Preschool is closed this week (2/26 to 3/1) for purposes of screening incoming students for the 2024-2025 school year. We will see our preschool students back at PRES on Monday, March 4th! Enjoy your week!
about 2 months ago, Kristine Kefor
❤️Happy 💌 Valentine's 💌 Day from PRES!❤️ #WeAreDR 💚💛
2 months ago, Kristine Kefor
exchanging cards
playing a game
heart project
more heart projects
Our Kindergarten students loved celebrating the 100th day of school! They celebrated by setting a goal of collecting 100 canned goods for the Rehoboth Food Pantry. They crushed their goal! Great job being Globally Minded and Community Engaged! #PoG #WeAreDR
2 months ago, Kristine Kefor
kindergarten can drive photo
Congratulations to a fantastic role model, Raymond. He collected and donated 10 bags of food for the Rehoboth Food Pantry to help food insecure individuals in our town. He did this in an effort to "stop world hunger" and can't wait for his next collection. His story was published in this month's Rehoboth Reporter. Great job, Raymond! You exemplify our Portrait of a Graduate by being Globally Minded and Community Engaged! We're very proud of you! #WeAreDR
2 months ago, Kristine Kefor
Raymond and the Reporter
Given the forecasted snowfall, the Dighton Rehoboth School District will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, February 13. No school-based activities will be held either. Stay safe! We are DR!
2 months ago, Kristine Kefor
snow day
Here are the winning numbers for this week. Please check your child's Golden Ticket to see if they are a winner. All winning tickets should be brought to your child's teacher. Thank you!
2 months ago, Cheryl Leandro
golden ticket
Great news! PRES students finished the January Reading Challenge sponsored by George Family Orthodontics in Seekonk, MA. Here are the contest results: Overall PRES students read a combined total of 95,744 pages! INCREDIBLE! The top three classes were as follows: 🥇Fourth Grade: Mrs. Stebbing's class with 11,381 pages read 🥈Third Grade: Mrs. Read's class with 7,887 pages read 🥉First Grade: Ms. Cox's class with 6,786 pages read WAY TO GO!👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
2 months ago, Kristine Kefor
Second graders in Ms. Caramanica's class earned a Harry Potter Day for meeting their PBIS goal. Great job, scholars! #WeAreDR
3 months ago, Kristine Kefor
Harry Potter Day
Earlier this week, Superintendent Runey stopped by PRES to award our entire kindergarten with the #WeAreDR Community Service Belt to acknowledge their compassion and service to our community! In December, the kindergarten students and staff held a very successful toy drive that benefitted families in need from Dighton and Rehoboth. Thank you to our families who donated and supported bringing our district’s “Portrait of a 🧑‍🎓 Graduate” to life. #proudprincipal
3 months ago, Kristine Kefor
Supt Runey
Supt Runey
The Belt!
Students with the belt
Students with the belt
Students with the belt
Second graders were treated to a fantastic enrichment experience yesterday-All About K-9 Edo! Special thanks to our community partners Rehoboth Police Department, Officer Dave Aguiar, and of course, everyone’s favorite ❤️ K-9 Edo! If you have a second grader, ask them what they learned today-you’ll be amazed! #WeAreDR👮 🚔👮‍♂️🚓
3 months ago, Kristine Kefor
k9 and kids
Ms. Larrivee’s class
Edo
Here are the winning numbers for this week. Please check your child's Golden Ticket to see if they are a winner. All winning tickets should be brought to your child's teacher. Thank you!
3 months ago, Cheryl Leandro
Golden Ticket
3 months ago, Kristine Kefor
Feb. Lunch Calendar
Thankful to our local police officers on #LawEnforcementAppreciationDay! Your bravery & dedication keep us safe. We see you & we're grateful! #Dighton #Rehoboth #WeAreDR
3 months ago, Fred Souza
NLED
Attention DR Alumni & Community Members, If you recall, the Dighton-Rehoboth District started the Strategic Planning process last year by developing the Portrait of a Graduate (POG). I am very pleased to share that the next phase of our Strategic Planning initiative is on schedule for a proposal to be made to School Committee in late May/early June. Both our Strategic Planning Committee and our DLT have christened this process “DRiving Toward 2030.” I want to salute all who have been collaborative in this process since the Portrait of a Graduate kicked off in the fall of 2022. Now, I am asking everyone else to consider participating. We are adding a few more subcommittee members who are alumni or live in our two towns. We are now at the stage of assembling subcommittees to build out the five foundational elements of the “DRiving Toward 2030” plan. Participating is optional; and in my opinion, it’s not a heavy lift. We are probably looking at a maximum of three evening meetings over a 4-month period. If you are willing to serve on a subcommittee, please take 2-3 minutes prior to January 9 at Noon to complete this Google Form. We will be creating subcommittees for each of the 5 focus areas (see below) and would like to know your top 3 subcommittee preferences. Please be sure to mark your calendar for Wednesday, January 24 at 6pm for our next in-person DRiving Toward 2030 meeting. DRiving Toward 2030 Subcommittees - Funding and Facilities (Resources) - Sustainable fiscal health, facilities, and resources - Safe & Healthy Learning Environment - Cultures that welcome learning and school environments where each scholar thrives - Curriculum, Instruction, & Learning Outcomes - High-quality curriculum and instruction that results in future-ready learning outcomes - Community Engagement - Enhanced school and community connections and family engagement - Expanded Learning Opportunities - Learning opportunities both in school and community Thank you! Together, we are DR! Bill Runey Superintendent
3 months ago, Bill Runey
2030
January's Lunch Menu has arrived! Click the link to check it out! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HK2sCq2Qf0DDbnYfsfpctZ-URcTzJZps/view
4 months ago, Kristine Kefor
Lunch Menu