We are the Diamond D.R.U.M.mers!
Diamond Middle School has adopted the DRUM acronym to articulate our pro-social core values. Why a DRUM? Our school is named after William Diamond, the drummer in Captain John Parker’s Company who sounded the alarm summoning the members of the Lexington militia to the Common on April 19, 1775. Each of the letters in the DRUM acronym stands for a pro-social value that we are seeking to promote:
Once a week we read the names of students (nominated by faculty and fellow students) who exhibit the qualities of being a Diamond DRUMmer. These “DRUMmer Shoutouts” typically recognize students who have been particularly helpful, kind, industrious, and/or community-minded.
Please click on the videos below to hear the DRUM Song that we sing at the first pep rally of the year (written by Assistant Principal Mr. Klimasmith).