Diman Regional

Vocational Technical High School

Developing the Unique Potential of Each Learner


In the News

  • Update from Washington DC

    Three Diman juniors - Dylan Barcelos, Kylie Cooper, and Mason Frizado - were accompanied by science teachers Steve Vaitses and Maureen Cooney on a trip to Washington DC to advocate for science education through a partnership with Citizens for Space Exploration. (5/26/17)

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  • Diman students headed to D.C. to support funding for NASA’s education programs

    Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School juniors Dylan Barcelos, Kylie Cooper and Mason Frizado are heading to Washington, D.C., this week (May 23 to May 26) bringing a message about the importance of funding education. Maureen Cooney, a biology and forensics teacher, and Steve Vaitses, head of the Science Department and a chemistry and physics teacher, will accompany the students as they add their voices to Citizens for Space Exploration’s call for funding of NASA’s education programs. (5/24/17)

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  • Business talk and breakfast at Diman

    Business people got a chance to eat, mingle and get the ear of Sen. Michael Rodrigues at Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School Friday morning. The Southcoast Business Breakfast filled the restaurant at Diman with a variety of community leaders and business owners. (5/19/17)

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  • STATE CHAMPS: Diman boys take charge at State Vocational track and field meet

    One year after heartbreak, Diman made dominance its theme. Led by a 1-2 finish in the 800 meters, the Bengals on Monday captured first place at the State Vocational Boys’ Track and Field Championships at Blue Hills Regional High School. (5/15/17)

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  • All in the Family

    Elijah, Adam, Audrey, and Emily Moniz know all about sibling rivalry. Growing up in a family of ten kids, there was plenty of competition for attention. But these days, the competition isn’t about trying to outdo each other—it’s about working together to outdo the competition. This June 19-23, the four Moniz siblings—Elijah, Adam, Audrey, and Emily— will be traveling to Louisville, KY, to compete in the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference. (5/25/17)

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  • SkillsUSA state competition results

    Read about our medal winners from this year's SkillsUSA State Conference. Our 20 gold medal winners will all compete at the national level in Louisville, KY on June 19-23. Congratulations go out to all medal winners, to all students that competed, and to their tireless advisors. (5/1/17)

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  • Math team divides and conquers

    Diman's nascent Math team multiplied their success at the vocational math meet, earning 2nd, 4th and 6th place out of 28 teams from 13 schools. At last year's event, the teams placed 9, 10, and 14 out of 23 teams. (4/11/17)

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  • With resumes in hand, Diman students seek connections at job fair

    You hate to ruin a kid's high school years by reminding him or her that high school is the gateway to a lifetime of work. But it doesn't have to be bad news, not if you can get hold of a trade and hang on for a lifetime. (3/31/17)

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  • Event at Diman takes on stigmas facing the vulnerable in Greater Fall River

    Those who serve the most vulnerable people in the community live sad stories every day. They aim to help people who are sick, homeless, suicidal, disabled, unemployed and poor; those who have criminal backgrounds, are addicted to substances and have lost their children to the state. (3/29/17)

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  • Diman students help the American dream come true by building a new house

    Other than getting your kids more education than you ever had, home ownership is probably the most-desired piece of the American Dream.

    At 132 Duluth St., in the Maplewood neighborhood, a piece of the American dream is a neat ranch house that is almost finished, ready for a lucky first-time homebuyer. (3/24/17)

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Nondiscrimination Policy

  • The Greater Fall River Vocational School District/Diman Regional Vocational-Technical High School prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sex, age, marital status, national origin, mental or physical disability, political belief or affiliation, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, genetic information and any other class of individuals protected from discrimination under state or federal law in any aspect of the access to, admission, or treatment of students in its programs and activities, or in employment and application for employment. Furthermore, District/School policy includes prohibitions of harassment of students and employees, i.e., racial harassment, sexual harassment, and retaliation for filing complaints of discrimination.

    O Distrito Escolar Vocacional de Greater Fall River e a Escola Regional de Ensino Médio Técnico e Vocacional Diman Regional Vocational-Technical High School proíbem discriminação com base na raça, cor, religião, crença, sexo, idade, estado civil, nacionalidade, deficiência física ou mental, credo ou afiliação política, situação de veterano de guerra, orientação sexual, expressão e identidade de gênero, informações genéticas, além de quaisquer outras categorias de pessoas protegidas contra a discriminação segundo disposto na legislação federal ou estadual quanto a qualquer aspecto do acesso a, admissâo ou tratamento de alunos em seus programas e atividades, ou no emprego e inscrição para emprego. Além disso, a política do Distrito e da Escola inclui proibições de assédio de alunos e funcionários, tais como o assédio racial, assédio sexual e retaliação contra a apresentação de reclamações contra discriminação.

    El Distrito Escolar Vocacional del Gran Fall River/Escuela Secundaria Técnica Vocacional Diman prohíben la discriminación sobre la base de raza, color, religión, credo, sexo, edad, estado civil, origen nacional, discapacidad física o mental, afiliación o creencias políticas, situación de veterano, orientación sexual, identidad y expresión de género, información genética y cualquier otra clase de individuos protegidos contra la discriminación por las leyes federales o del estado sobre cualquier aspecto del acceso a, admisión o tratamiento de estudiantes en sus programas y actividades o en el empleo y solicitud de empleo. Además, la política del Distrito/Escuela incluye prohibiciones de acoso de los estudiantes y empleados, por ejemplo, acoso racial, acoso sexual y represalia por presentar quejas por discriminación.

    សាលា Greater Fall River Vocational School District/Diman Regional Vocational-Technical High School ហាមឃាត់នូវការេរីសេអើង េដាយេយាងេទៅេលើ ជាតិសាសន៍, ពណ៌សំបុរ, សាសនា, េគាលជំេនឿ, េភទ, អាយុ, លក្ខណៈអាពាហ៍ពិពាហ៍, េដើមកំេណើត, ភាពពិការផ្លូវចិត្ដ ឬផ្លូវកាយ, ជំេនឿ ឬនិនា􏰀ការនេយាបាយ, លក្ខណៈអតីតយុទ្ធជន, លក្ខណៈេសពសន្ថវៈ, ភិនភាគេភទ និងមេនាសេញ្ចតនា, ព័ត៌មានេផៅសនា􏰁ន និងវណ្ណៈេផ􏰂ងៗេទៀត ៃនបុគ្គលមា􏰀ក់ៗែដលបាន ការពារ ពីការេរីសេអើង េនៅេ្រកាមច􏰃ប់រដ្ឋ ឬរដ្ឋបាលសហព័ន្ធ និងទិដ្ឋភាពអ្វីៗៃនលទ្ធភាពចំេពាះ, ការអនុ􏰄􏰅តចូល, ឬការ ្រប្រពឹត្ដិរបស់សិស􏰆នុសិស􏰂 េនៅក្នុងកម្មវិធី ឬសកម្មភាពរបស់ខ្លួន, ឬេនៅក្នុងការងារ និងការដាក់ពាក􏰇សុំការងារ េឡើយ។ មិនែតប៉ុេណា􏰈ះេទៀតេសាត ្រកឹត􏰇្រកមរបស់មណ􏰉ល/សាលា ក៏បញ្ចូលនូវការហាមឃាត់ចំេពាះការយាយីៃនសិស􏰆នុសិស􏰂 និងនិេយាជិត ដូចជាការយាយីខាងជាតិសាសន៍, ការយាយីខាងេសពសន្ថវៈ, និងការសងសឹក សំរាប់ការប្ដឹងបណ្ដឹង ៃនការេរីសេអើង។