Beckwith Bulletin

October 21, 2022

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ABSENCE PROCEDURE

As a reminder, if your child will be absent from school, then please call the school (508-252-5080), press 1 for the Absence Line, and leave a message that states the name of your child and why they will be absent. As an alternative, you can speak to Cathy Mondor, the school nurse (extension 4007). The school will call you if you don't speak with the nurse or leave a message on the Absence Line by 8:30 a.m.


Also, please note that "Absences shall be considered excessive when students accumulate more than seven (7) full day unexcused absences or fourteen (14) half-day unexcused absences in a period of six (6) months. Students with excessive absences may be considered habitually truant." For more information about attendance and excessive absences, please see page 13 and 14 of the Student Handbook.

REHOBOTH YOUTH BASKETBALL

If your child is interested in signing up for youth basketball, then please click below.

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NOVEMBER LUNCH MENU

Please remind your children that BREAKFAST is FREE!

They can grab a breakfast on their way to homeroom!

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MYSCHOOLBUCKS INFORMATION

Please click here for more information on MySchoolBucks.


Account payments can be made through MySchoolBucks.com using a debit/credit card or checks at all cafeteria registers. Please make checks payable to “Dighton Rehoboth Regional School District” and include your student’s full name in the memo line.


School meals, both breakfast and lunch, are once again free (see below); however, all students must use the point of sale system to obtain a free lunch. Please encourage your child to remember their lunch pin number because it helps to move along the lunch lines. If a student forgets their pin, then the cafeteria workers need to look it up and this stalls the lunch line.


Students will need to pay for snacks not included with the free meal and this is the reason why a parent would want to put money on their child's account.

CHROMEBOOK INSURANCE

Accidents happen, that’s why we’ve chosen School Device Coverage to offer an optional device insurance program for our district parents. Here are some benefits to device insurance:

  • Coverage for accidental damage, loss, and theft
  • No hidden fees, a one-time payment covers the device until the end of the school year
  • There are no claims limits, so if your child experiences more than one accidental damage, loss, or theft event, the device is still insured
  • If your child’s device needs repair or replacement, the insurance coverage will follow to any loaner device given automatically and at no extra charge

To enroll your device(s), please visit https://schooldevicecoverage.com/signup. Fill out the form on that page, and then click Next to complete your registration.

It takes just a few minutes to purchase insurance coverage.


Please note that insurance purchased last year was for that year only and expired at the end of the year.


The window to acquire device insurance will be open until the end of October.


Thank You!

MASSASOIT LEAGUE SOCCER

The BMS Raiders Soccer Schedule is as follows:


October 25th - Rehoboth @ Freetown-Lakeville

October 26th - Westport @ Rehoboth (rescheduled - was originally October 13th)

October 27th - Berkley @ Rehoboth

November 1st - Rehoboth @ Dighton

Games to start by 3:15 p.m.


CLICK HERE for the Massasoit League Soccer Website

SIGN, SIGN, EVERYWHERE A SIGN…

Tis the season when your favorite candidate won or lost their run for elected office. Win or lose you can still turn this into a victory for the students of Rehoboth. If you have any old yard signs made of corrugated plastic we would love to take them off your hands. In STEM class we can turn them into sail powered cars, handmade windmills, hydraulic robotic arms, and much more. If you would like to donate these signs that you no longer need please have your child give them to Mr. Kenny at door 2 in the morning (5th and 7th grade entrance), bring them to the STEM room or drop them off at the front office. Thank you in advance for your assistance.

PICTURE RETAKE DAY & GRADE 8 GROUP PHOTO - October 24th

Please CLICK HERE for the picture retake form.


The Grade 8 Group Photo will be taking place on this day as well.

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HALLOWEEN - October 31st

In keeping with tradition, students may wear costumes to school on Halloween (October 31st). Please be advised that costumes need to be appropriate for school (no masks [besides the protective ones], no weapons, no face paint).

IMPORTANT DATES

2022-2023 School District Calendar


October 22 - PTSA's Trunk or Treat (see flyer below)

October 24 - Picture Retake Day & Grade 8 Group Photo (see above)

October 28 - Pink Day (see above)

October 31 - Halloween (see above)



Click the Rehoboth PTSA banner below for news and information from the PTSA

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DID YOU KNOW?

Snapchat, Instagram and TikTok all have parent controls available. We encourage you to look into what you can do to help your children stay safe on social media. Read this article about Snapchat's newly released Family Center to get started!

Click the #WeAreDR photo above to link to the school district's Facebook page

Dorothy L. Beckwith Middle School

The mission of the Dighton-Rehoboth middle schools, in collaboration with parents and the community, is to develop the whole child and to provide students with the knowledge, skills, global education, technology, and social responsibility to become contributing citizens and life-long learners in our ever-changing world.


Dighton Rehoboth Regional School District does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, marital status, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other legally protected group

"Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships." — Michael Jordan