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 Forum Series

Student Lunch

  • 11/22/2019

    Chicken broccoli Alfredo, garlic bread, carrots, green beans, fresh fruit, fruit & milk

  • 11/25/2019

    Chicken breast sandwich, lettuce, tomato, coleslaw, cranberry sauce, chips, fresh fruit, fruit & milk

  • 11/26/2019

    Papa Gino’s pizza, dipping sauce, cheese stick, 3 bean salad, coleslaw, Shape-Up, fruit & milk

  • 11/27/2019

    Early Dismissal - 11:00

  • 11/28/2019

    Thanksgiving Day
    Building Closed

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Announcements

  • Navy nuclear presentation

    Are you interested in hearing more about exciting Navy nuclear careers? To attend this dynamic presentation from Navy representatives here at Diman in the auditorium on Tuesday, December 17th from 9-10 am sign up online. Deadline to sign up is December 13th.

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  • Senior Prom Planning

    Attention Seniors: If you want to help out with class activities, join senior class committee! Are you interested in having a voice for Prom 2020? Want to choose this year's theme and decorations? The first meeting is Tuesday, October 1st! The meetings will be held every Tuesday at 7:15am in room C211

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  • Video Production Club

    Are you interested in learning how to make better videos? The video production club will meet every Monday after school the library, starting on September 16. See Mr. Byrnes in the library for details.

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  • Join the Youth Court!

    Would you like to make a difference in Lives? Would you like to improve your critical thinking and public speaking skills? Fall River and New Bedford Youth Courts are looking for volunteers to serve as prosecuting and defense attorneys, bailiffs and clerks. This is a great opportunity to experience the criminal justice system, earn volunteer time, and make connections in your community. See Mrs. Cooney in C111 for details.

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In the News

  • Math Team competes at WPI

    The Diman Math Team was invited to Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s 32nd Annual Math Meet on Tuesday, October 15th. WPI limited the event to only four students per team, and Adam Bouchard, Makayla Cabeceiras, William Girard, and Owen Morris represented Diman well. (11/04/19)

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  • Diman Voc-Tech boosts attendance, makes academic progress

    Diman Regional Vocational-Technical High School saw gains in student attendance and made moderate progress toward state-set targets, according to an accountability report released late last month with exam results for the 2019 Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System. (10/2/19)

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  • Diman culinary students learn to create a more inclusive dining experience

    Dining out is so much more than a meal. It’s all about the experience. Some chefs in training at Diman Regional Vocational-Technical High School are learning early on to cater to their customers’ needs, including those with dementia, autism, hearing loss, vision loss and post-traumatic stress disorder. (10/1/19)

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  • Delegation from Azores visits Diman

    UMass Dartmouth, along with a contingency from Sao Miguel, Azores, visited Diman on 9/19. The Azorean group represented a company called Nanogon, a non-profit association resulting from the collaboration between the Regional Government of the Azores and the municipality of Lagoa. (9/20/19)

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  • Award-winning author to visit Diman

    On Friday, September 20th, 2019, award-winning author Padma Venkatraman will be speaking with our freshmen students about her 2010 novel, Climbing the Stairs. The story, set during World War II and British-occupied India, follows Vidya, a fifteen-year-old girl from India who dreams of attending college during a time where her culture frowns upon this behavior from young women. Political events unfolding in her country also lead to a deep internal struggle as she wrestles with who she is and what defines her. (9/11/19)

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