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Student Lunch

  • 4/22/2024

    Hot Dog on a Roll
    Baked Beans
    Bag of Chips
    Fruit Choice
    Milk

  • 4/23/2024

    Chicken & Broccoli
    Alfredo
    Garlic Breadstick
    Chilled Fruit
    Milk

  • 4/24/2024

    Nachos w/Beef, Cheese
    Salsa & Sour Cream
    Black Bean Salad
    Assorted Fruit
    Milk

  • 4/25/2024

    Sweet & Sour Chicken
    Jasmine Rice
    Vegetable Spring Roll
    Fortune Cookie
    Fruit & Milk

  • 4/26/2024

    PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY
    NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS

Announcements

  • Poetry Contest

    Roses are red
    Violets are blue
    We're having a poetry contest
    And the winner could be you!
     
    Diman's holding our first ever poetry contest through the end of April, with Diman swag as prizes! See your English teacher or Mr. Byrnes in the library for details. Learn more here.

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  • Track results

    The boys and girls track team had some outstanding performances yesterday during the JV meet at Blue Hills.

    First place finishers were:
    • Matt Hart in shot put
    • Jacob Alcerim in the 400 meter
    • Xavier Santiago in the 800m
    • Hope Rodriguez in the 100m
    • Asya Mayers in the shot put
    • The girls relay team of Hope, Lilly, Ava and Finley.
     
    Great job to all athletes!
     
    There is no practice on Friday.

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  • Baseball win!

    Diman varsity baseball improved their record to 3-0 by beating Bristol-Plymouth by the score of 8-3. Pitching well was Levi Russell for 3 innings and Kole Andrade for 3 innings. Sam Perry pitched the 7th to close out the game.

    On offense, Perry and freshman Matthew Almeida each went 2-4 with 3 runs batted in. Jacob Almeida was 2-3.

    Diman pitched well and played error free on defense.

    It was a great team win!

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  • Softball falls to 3-1

    The Bengals came up short in the bottom of the 7th losing to Bristol Plymouth 6-5 at Swansea YMCA.

    The Bengals are now 3 and 1.
     
    Playing well for the bengals were Courtney Boies, Natalie Raposa, Nya Martinez, Kacie Lynch, Alexah Pedder and Evey Fernandes.
     
    Player of the game was Alexah Pedder. She had a double, 2 RBIs and 4 catches in Centerfield.  One of them was a sliding catch.

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  • Prom Tickets and Court Info

    Attention Seniors: Prom tickets are on sale before or after school in administration or rooms c210 and c211. See an advisor if you fundraised.

    Interested in running for prom royalty? Pick up an application in room c210 or c211.

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  • Vocab Bowl Domination Continues

    The Spring Vocab Bowl has ended and Mrs. Beaudoin is pleased to announce that Diman has once again come in at the #1 spot for high schools in Massachusetts! This marks our 7th year in a row as top champions in the state. We also came in at the #12 spot for all high schools in the country. Congratulations to all!

    And now, here are our top 3 winners in the school:
    • First place - Steven Rogers
    • Second place - Amelia Valois
    • Third place - Chelsie Henderson
    To our winners, please make sure to pick up your prize and certificate in Mrs. Beaudoin's classroom before the end of the day on Friday.
     
    Again, congratulations to all our students and faculty! Another win in the books!

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  • Diman's Got Talent Winners

    Congratulations to the winners of the 4th Annual Diman's Got Talent Show that was held on Friday night.

    First place went to Angel Dume, 2nd place went to Ayanalise Gonzalez and 3rd place went to Ethan St. Martin.
     

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  • Covid Protocols

    Click here for the latest Covid Protocols, updated on 4/8/24.

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In the News

  • Diman students grant girl’s wish by building beauty salon playhouse

    On Friday, Diman students made a little girl’s wish a reality at the Rhode Island Home Show at the Rhode Island Convention Center. According to the school, it took more than 6 months and hundreds of Diman students from multiple Diman shops to develop a playhouse for Lanasia and to grant her wish. (4/8/24)

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  • Diman students carrying a board

    Diman students, hiking group connect to improve Fall River's Bioreserve

    On Blossom Road, in a 19th-century timber-frame wagon shed, a half-dozen kids from Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School were busy building bridges connecting Fall River’s past to its future.  The carpentry students under instructor Jeff Cabral were building the frames for bog bridges — lengths of pressure-treated lumber that will be topped with planks and installed in the Southeastern Massachusetts Bioreserve to help hikers cross muddy trails.  (4/2/24)

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  • Principal Andrew Rebello Named Massachusetts Principal of the Year

    Principal Andrew Rebello Named Massachusetts Principal of the Year

    Diman Principal Andrew Rebello has been awarded the Massachusetts School Administrators’ Association High School Principal of the Year. Rebello is an award-winning and nationally recognized educational leader, serving in his fourth year as the Assistant Superintendent-Principal at Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School. (3/27/24)

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  • Enjoying the food

    Molecular Gastronomy Cook-off

    In mid-March, 2024, Diman's Molecular Gastronomy students competed in their final project: an epic cook off! The 15-week Food Science final project showcased culinary prowess and scientific innovation. Students crafted their own menu projects, integrating 3-4 food science techniques they had meticulously honed throughout the class. (3/21/24)

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  •  The team

    BPA State Conference Results

    Congratulations to our team of 36 students that competed at the Business Professionals of America State Leadership Conference on March 4, 2024 in Norwood, 27 of whom earned invitations to the National Leadership Conference in Chicago in May. (3/15/24)

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  •  Students bending pipe

    Diman gets grant to buy 10 new heat pumps: How HVAC students are training for the future.

    A dozen students were busily bending copper tubing, working together as they measured and mounted it to a wall, each one contributing in their own small way to a cleaner climate.  (3/7/24)

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