Welcome Diman Parents

  • Parents

    Welcome, parents! As part of our commitment to making Diman work for you, we created this page to serve as a resource for your needs. Check back here regularly to find links to relevant pages, information that will help you and your students with your Diman experience, and opportunities for you and your student(s).

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Parent Resources

Student Lunch

  • 3/1/2024

    Popcorn Chicken Bowl w/Mashed Potatoes, Corn and Gravy, Fruit & Milk

  • 3/4/2024

    French Toast Sticks, Sausage Links, Hash Brown Patty, Fruit & Milk

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Main Calendar

Announcements

  • Students vs. Staff Basketball Fundraiser Live Stream

    Click here to live stream Thursday's students vs. staff basketball game.

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  • Theater Arts Club Performance

    This Saturday, March 2nd, the Diman Theatre Arts Club will be competing in the Massachusetts Educational Theatre Guild’s annual Festival alongside Walpole, Wareham, Durfee, Dartmouth, Old Colony, and Case High Schools. They will be performing a short play called “A Not So Dark and Stormy Night.” The show will start at 9 AM and will take place at Case High School. Tickets are $15 for the entire day. That means 7 shows for $15.

    Also, congratulations to Graphic Communications student Adalee Dubriel for designing the show shirt that the club wil be wearing for their competition. For more details, contact Ms. Noversa.

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  • Cultural Heritage Month Celebration

    The Diversity Club, Ashley Duffany and Bobby Bailey have been working diligently to kick off Cultural Heritage Month for the month of March. They have highlighted a few important dates on the calendar and want to make sure everyone is included! Click "Heritage Club Month Celebration" above to learn more.

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  • DECA Meeting

    Attention DECA members attending states. We will have an information meeting on Monday, March 4, 2023 after school in Room D103.  It should be a short meeting, about 30 minutes. Mr. Machado will be available to practice presentations after the meeting if you would like to do so.

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  • Senior Class Dates

    Click here for important dates for the class of 2024, including a change in graduation, rehearsal, and awards night.

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  • Black History Month

    The Diman NHS will be selling buttons to celebrate Black History month. You may purchase a button anytime between now and Thursday by stopping by Mrs. Beaudoin or Mrs Collins rooms, C204 or C208. Buttons are $2 each or three for $5.

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  • Free Healthcare

    We have groundbreaking and exciting news! Diman has partnered with HealthFirst Family Care Center to open the area’s first school-based health center. This historic partnership with HealthFirst will provide equitable healthcare access for our students, save parents' time and money, and improve student attendance. Our school-based health center opens on March 4, 2024.

    Learn more here.

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  • Teddy Bear Fundraiser

    Diman Regional Technical Institute School of Practical Nursing, in partnership with Diman's Key Club,  is hosting our 1st ever Teddy Bear Drive, and we invite you to be a part of this heartwarming initiative. Click the "Teddy Bear Fundraiser" text above to learn more.

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Parent Forum Series

  • The Diman faculty, staff, and administration would like to welcome all community members to our Parent Forum Series. This forum series, designed to support and educate Diman stakeholders, is open to the public and does not require prior registration. More information about this series can be provided by contacting Dr. Katie Warren at kwarren@dimanregional.org

    2023-24 Parent Forums

    • September 26 @ 7 p.m. - TRANSITION to High School
    • More to come soon

    Go to the Parent Forum page for videos of past Parent Forum Series events

In the News

  • Diman and HealthFirst have partnered up. Students can get free health care: here's how

    Starting in early March, the more than 1,400 students at Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School will have free access to doctors right in their building.  HealthFirst Family Care Center announced it is partnering with Diman to open the area’s first school-based health center. Diman Assistant Superintendent and Principal Andrew Rebello said that means students can see a doctor with no co-pay. (2/23/24)

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  •  Diman culinary arts students Arianna Chase, Ruby Garcia-Carrillo and Maya Sousa work with fondant

    Diman students are headed to a competition at Gillette Stadium. Here's what's cooking.

    hings are heating up in the Diman Voc-Tech kitchen. Four aspiring bakers and chefs were hard at work on a recent Friday afternoon at school sculpting fondant to detail their confectionary creations — getting some practice in ahead of the big day. (2/22/24)

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  •  The team

    Winter track success

    The Diman track and field team had incredible performances at the Mayflower Athletic Conference Championship on Saturday, February 3, facing the MAC Conference track teams in addition to Bishop Feehan and Bishop Stang. (2/5/24)

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  • Somerset’s Chace Duarte Welds His Way From Diman to World Stage

    A Diman Regional Vocational-Technical High School alumnus and Somerset native looks to represent not only Massachusetts but the entire country during the WorldSkills 2024 Welding Trials in Lyon, France. (1/31/24)

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  • 2023 District Report Card

    Every year, each public school and school district in Massachusetts receives a report card. Just as your child's report card shows how they are doing in different subjects, the school's report card is designed to show families how our school is doing in different areas. Click “2023 District Report Card” above to read more (1/30/24)

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  • DECA state competition success

    Diman's DECA team won 33 medals in the district competition on January 4th and 5th, 2024. The 41-person team won their medals in 15 different categories. (1/12/24)

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