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  • Diman just won a $2.5 million grant. Here's what they plan to spend it on.

    Diman Regional has won a major grant that will bring new equipment to two programs in fast-growing industries. “For Diman to receive this amount of money is special,” said Andrew Rebello, the school’s principal. “This is really gonna expand the ceiling of opportunity for students.” (9/28/22)

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  • '10 times easier than last year': Diman football sets the tone for 2022 season

    Football preview: Creating a culture of hard work and team effort is the main theme at Diman. Second-year head coach Luke Bahry said it has become the hallmark of the football program.

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  • Getting Diman to the 'next level': Bobby Bailey aims high as new athletics director

    Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School is a place where Bobby Bailey is familiar and comfortable in his world. The high school campus is where the Fall River native had one of his first jobs — a paraprofessional in special education — in 2012 after finishing college. (8/30/22)

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  • A familiar face is back at Diman as interim superintendent

    For Brian Bentley, 38 years at Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School wasn’t enough. Eight years after he retired as principal, he’s back at the school as the interim superintendent for the upcoming school year. (8/11/22)

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  • 'We are all people': Ukraine teen who fled war shares his experiences with Diman students

    Students at Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School got a unique experience on Monday: the chance to hear directly from someone their age who has fled the war in Ukraine. (8/9/22)

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  • Need some kids' soccer cleats? This Diman goalie set up a free exchange program

    When it comes to children, feet often grow faster than soccer cleats wear out. Same for shin guards. Since new equipment is rarely cheap, Kaylee Lachapelle, a junior at Diman Regional High School, figured she could save some families more than a few bucks and, possibly, even give a youngster, who might otherwise be left off the pitch, a chance to play soccer. (8/5/22)

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  • Business Technology success

    The Business Technology program at Diman is ending the 2022 school year on a high note.  Students in the program worked diligently to earn multiple Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certifications, showcasing their proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite. (6/23/22)

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  • Academic Awards Winners 2022

    Congratulations to the academic awards winners for grades 9-11 for the 2021-2022 school year! (6/23/22)

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  • Diman students in demand

    Looking for a job? You’re in luck, with experts saying that the current job market offers historic levels of open positions across a wide swath of industries. “It’s the first time when the leverage is really in employees’ hands,” said Kevin Lazaro, Director of Cooperative Education at Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School. “I’ve seen a lot of changes, but I’ve never seen such a boon of job opportunities across a multitude of industries.” (6/15/22)

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  • Diman class of 2022

    Congratulations to the 342 members of the Class of 2022! (6/10/22)

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  • 2022 Diman Top-10 Graduates

    Meet the top-10 students of Diman's class of 2022 (6/10/22)

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  • Diman student opens local restaurant

    ou're 17 years old and a junior in high school. You just got your drivers' license and the weather is heating up. What are you daydreaming about? For most, it's plans for a carefree summer, piling into the car and soaking up the sun with family and friends. (6/7/22)

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  • All four communities signed off on the new Diman. Here's what's next for the project.

    With Swansea’s recent Town Meeting voting unanimously to approve their share of the project to construct a new building for Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School, all four sending communities have signed off on the project ahead of the May 20 deadline to do so. (6/8/22)

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  • SkillsUSA States Results 2022

    This year, 18 Diman students earned a spot on the SkillsUSA Massachusetts state team, with 17 gold medals and one elected state officer. Diman also won five silver and two bronze medals. The students will attend the National Leadership and Skills Conference in Atlanta, GA on June 20-24. (5/30/22)

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  • HVACR department thankful for donation from PSI, Inc.

    The Diman Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) program would like to thank Piping Systems Inc. (PSI) of Assonet for a generous donation of tools, supplies, gift cards and a check to the program on 4/8/22. (5/25/22)

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  • All in the Family: Moniz sisters keep it real at home and on Diman, Westport tennis courts

    Joseph and Lucy Moniz have maintained one specific rule in their household of 10 for nearly three decades.  Each of their children must participate in high school sports. The Westport couple feels sports teach you things beyond what you learn in the classroom. (5/17/22)

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  • The Children Museum's newest display was designed and built by Diman students

    Built by teens, for kids: the newest display in the Children’s Museum of Greater Fall River was designed and built entirely by students at Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School. (4/8/22)

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  • Diman DECA success

    Diman DECA would like to recognize the members who competed at the Massachusetts DECA 63rd state competition in Boston on the weekend of March 12, 2022. Diman sent 14 members to this conference to compete in various business and entrepreneur events.  We would like to congratulate Culinary Arts seniors Makayla Goncalves and Jahayra Wilches for placing second in the School Based Enterprise in Food.  (3/15/22)

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  • Rockwool demonstration enhances building science knowledge

    Thank you to Rockwool (@rockwoolna) for the building science presentation and demonstration. Expert Nick Stone did an excellent job expanding our students' knowledge of proper wall assembly design, thermal envelopes, controlling dew points within a wall assembly, and the pros and cons of various insulation products. Students were engaged and shown another career pathway in building science that now more than ever needs to be implemented to meet the energy code and create a safe, healthy living space. (3/17/22)

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  • PHCC All-Stars Announced

    Congratulations to both Logan Sandbichler (HVAC) and Kyle Cabral (Plumbing) for receiving the All Star awards from the Plumbing, Heating and Cooling Contractors Association (PHCC) at their annual trade show last Saturday.  Logan and Kyle’s hard work, professionalism and dedication helped them earn this title, which includes a $500 scholarship and a tool bag filled with industry tools. (3/17/22)

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