Shop Exploratory Info

  • SHOP EXPLORATORY SCHEDULE FALL 2017

    DATES ACADEMIC
    “A”
    ACADEMIC
    “B”
    DAYS

    Aug. 30J, Sept.  5, 6, 7

    Sept. 8, 11, 12

    Sept. 13, 14, 15

     

    Shop 1

    Shop 2

    Shop 3

    3 ½  days

    3 days

    3 days

    Aug. 31J, Sept. 18, 19, 20J

    Sept. 21, 22, 25

    Sept. 26, 27, 28, 29

    Shop 1

    Shop 2

    Shop 3

     

    3 days

    3 days

    4 days

    Oct. 2, 3, 4

    Oct. 5, 6 J, 10

    Oct. 11, 12, 13

     

    Shop 4

    Shop 5

    Shop 6

    3 days

    2 ½  days

    3 days

    Oct. 16, 17, 18

    Oct. 19, 20 J, 23

    Oct. 24, 25, 26

    Shop 4

    Shop 5

    Shop 6

     

     3  days

     2 ½ days

    3  days

    Oct. 30, 31 Nov 1

    Nov. 2, 3, 6

    Nov. 7, 8, 9

     

    Shop 7

    Shop 8

    Shop 9

    3 days

    3 days

    3 days

    Nov. 13, 14, 15J

    Nov. 16, 17

    Nov.  20, 21, 22 J

    Shop 7

    Shop 8

    Shop 9

     

    2 ½  days

         2  days

         2 ½ days

    Nov. 27, 28, 29

    Nov 30, Dec. 1 J, 4, 5

    Dec. 6J , 7, 8

       

     

    Shop 10

    Shop 11

    Shop 12

    3 days

    3 ½ days

    2 ½  days

    Dec. 11, 12, 13

    Dec. 14, 15J,18

    Dec. 19, 20, 21

    Shop 10

    Shop 11

    Shop 12

     

    3 days

    2 ½ days

    3 days

    Revised:  5/12/17

    J = early dismissal

    Shop Uniform

    • Exploratory shirt- Two free shirts will be provided.  Additional shirts may be ordered at dimanregional.org – parent tab.
    • Jeans or work pant– appropriate for an industrial setting  No Skinny jeans allowed. Pant leg must be able to go over top of boot.  (Available at Dickies, Carhartt, Work’n Gear)
    • Steel toed safety boots  (OSHA required)
    • Safety glasses-.  One free pair provided. Available to purchase at Diman
    • Hair restraint- hair net or hair tie
    • Belt
    • Also, cropped pants, shorts, sweatpants, open-toed shoes or clogs ae NOT allowed in any shop!

     

    Grade 9 Shop Teachers

    • Auto Collision - Luis Rebello
    • Auto Technology - Neil Arruda
    • Building and Property Maintenance - Flo Lima
    • Business Technology - Karl Cabucio
    • Culinary Arts - Kevin Ouellette
    • Carpentry Cabinet Making - Ron Silva Jr.
    • Dental Assistance - Karen Cirillo
    • Drafting - Christopher Padula
    • Electricity - John Knox
    • Electronics - Johnathon Picard
    • Graphic Communications - Michelle Gaudencio
    • Health Assisting - Lauren Rebello
    • HVAC/R - William Harris
    • Metal Fabrication - Paul Oliveira
    • Machine Tool Tech - Gil Rocha
    • Plumbing - Leonard Dutra