Welcome Diman Students
Hello Diman students! Welcome to our page built for you, where we hope to gather all the important links and content you'll need for your day.
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- Coronavirus Resources
- Student Check-in Survey
- Tech support for Chromebooks
- AAA Driving School Login (2/25/20)
- Aspen Help
- Bell and Lunch Schedules
- Bus Routes (updated 1/30/20)
- Chromebook Program (11/21/19)
- EVERFI Financial Literacy
- Exploratory Grading Rubric (updated 8/27/19)
- Exploratory Schedule and Info (updated 8/26/19)
- Extra Help Days
- EXTENDS extra help
- Freshman/Sophomore Survey
- Google Classroom
- Graduation Gown Selection (use your @student.dimanregional.org login)
- Honors Testing Schedule for 2020/2021 School Year (3/10/20)
- Late Bus Sign Up
- Lunch Menu
- MCAS Prep Programs (1/6/20)
- Nurses' Office
- Report Bullying
- Report Vaping
- Safety for Students
- School Nurses
- Senior Class Info
- Social/Emotional Resources
- Diman Store
- Student Handbook (9/12/19)
- Summer Assignments
- Support Services
- Vocabulary Bowl (9/12/19)
- VPN Instructions (login required)
- Yearbook Order
In the News
Diman Regional Technical High School of Fall River, Massachusetts, has produced more than 700 face masks and 200 ear guards for donation to local healthcare and residential nursing centers, as well as the Army National Guard. (5/18/20)
In this time of distance teaching and learning, trade shops at vocational schools face, perhaps, the greatest challenge. They, as well as many other shops offered at vocational schools, focus heavily on students working with tools and on machines. But with students, due to the COVID-19 crisis, locked out of the building and physically separated from their teachers, hands-on learning has largely been taken out of the educational equation. (5/18/20)
Come June, there will be no decorated mortar boards, no tassels to flip or gowns – whether worn while striding across the graduation stage or on a dance floor at prom – for local high school seniors. (4/23/20)
Diman Regional Vocational Technical School is putting its technology to use to help protect health care workers from the coronavirus. (3/30/20)
To assist medical professionals as they respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School announced that it is donating hundreds of medical supplies normally used for vocational education training to all area hospitals, first responders and police and fire departments. (3/24/20)
Diman Regional has once again come in at the number one spot in Vocab Bowl, a competition put on through Vocabulary.com. Even through these unprecedented times of virtual learning, Diman came through with 95,652 mastered vocabulary words, more than 40,000 more than the runner-up. Congratulations to all students and staff who made this possible! We are strong! We are Diman strong!
Our library is thrilled to announce that we're now a member of the Commonwealth eBook Collection. You can now download books, graphic novels, and audiobooks to any device, including your own phones or laptops. Get details on how to use it our school's library web page.
Student voting for the Mass School Library Association bookmark contest is open through Friday, March 6. All students and MSLA members are welcome to vote once each in school ONLY. (No parent or outside voting, please!)
Diman's entry is #4s (at the very bottom of the page). Please support Diman and Sarah!
Attention artists and book lovers - Try your hand at designing a bookmark for the Mass School Library Association's Bookmark Contest and bring glory to yourself and Diman. Swing by the library or our library web site for details. Last year, Diman earned an honorable mention, and our winner's bookmark was printed and is available in the library. Bookmark entries are due on Friday, January 31 at the latest.
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.