Meet the people behind the signs, social media posts, and students.
Noah Avila - Chairman
Noah, a graduate of the Dighton-Rehoboth School District in 2018, is passionate about youth led service and engaging students in civic opportunities. He has worked with several nonprofits such as Project 351and MetroHacks in the area of team leadership, marketing communications, and web development. While a student at the high school, Noah served on multiple student led groups such as School Council and most recently School Committee Advisory as Chairperson where he gained knowledge about school based issues. Noah enjoys hiking and volunteering at local events.
Matthew Hebert- Treasurer
A graduate of the Dighton-Rehoboth School District in 2017, and current sophomore at Michigan State University. Matt brings his political science background along with his experiences from D-R to the table in support of our schools. Currently Matt works as an intern for Congressman Joe Kennedy III in Attleboro, and education has always been a passionate issue for him. Matt’s leadership experiences at D-R along with the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corp (The United States Air Force does not reflect or endorse Matt’s position) have given him the confidence and leadership skills to be a leader on the campaign and in the community. Matt is a musician and enjoys photography.
Christopher Hoskins - Director, Media Team
Chris is an incoming senior at Dighton-Rehoboth, where he has been a leader in many activities and other areas. Chris serves on School Council, where he reviews and gives opinions on school policies and budgeting. Chris is the current VP of the Spanish Club, Chair of the DR Peer Leaders, and sits on Principal’s Advisory. Chris also just recently directed a musical that he wrote at Palmer River Elementary for his Eagle Scout Project. Chris is very avid about his pursues in music and plans on studying Music Education after he graduates from DR.
Michelle Botelho - Director, Ground Team
Michelle is a DRHS alumni and lives with her husband, Christopher and their three children. Throughout her children’s years in the school system, Michelle has enjoyed being a room mom, chaperoning field days and field trips, running PTSA events and most recently being on the Executive Board for the Dighton-Rehoboth Marching Band Boosters. Michelle is also a member of the 375 Anniversary Committee and Keep Rehoboth Beautiful Clean Up event. Michelle loves spending time with her family and friends, traveling and most of all making other people smile!
Kathryn Poole - Director, Student Engagement
Kathryn Poole is a rising senior at Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School. During the school year, she participates in student-led activities such as Peer Leaders, the Freshmen Transition Program, and School Committee Advisory, where she will soon fulfill the role of nonvoting student committee member. Kathryn has always had a passion for advocacy and change, inspired by those around her to use her voice. She is an avid writer and loves the beach.
David Beaulieu - Lead Designer
David is a resident of North Dighton and a professional graphic designer with over 20 years of experience in marketing and advertising. A graduate of Keene State College, David has worked with numerous non-profit organizations, serving as both a consultant and a board member. David enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter.
kieler Langemo - Designer
Kieler Langemo is a junior at Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School in Upton and resident of Uxbridge. His current training in the Multimedia Communications program has provided him with the appropriate skills necessary to collaborate with a variety of clients across the state. Like Noah, Kieler is passionate about youth engagement and is a member of Project 351. He enjoys spending time with his friends and his dog, JJ.
Andrew LaPointe - Video Production
Andrew is a Class of 2018 graduate of Dighton-Rehoboth High School where he was the Senior Drum Major, an advocate for the development of the music department at the high school, and one of the few student members of the high school's audio team. The Audio team puts on shows held in the district at the high school. Andrew learned his passion for videography through his work and volunteer hours with multiple cable television studios and sound stages beginning in 2012. Andrew enjoys hanging out with his friends and his lab, Gibbs.