Dartmouth has been hosting Japanese students for the past 6 years and it is time for us to find families for this year. If you would like to host a student you will have them from 3/26/17 - 4/3/17. There will be a host welcome dinner on 3/27/17 for the host families, District and City personnel and Dartmouth staff. You will also be invited to go to the City Council meeting for introductions. Please call Lori Goodrich at 765-2550 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to host a student, or if you would like more information. This is such a wonderful, unique and blessing to be a part of. So get your name in quickly there are only eight students that come!
If you are getting an error on the athletic clearance website, here is a message from a spokesperson from the company on how to bypass it.
"You can access the site by bypassing that error message through "ADVANCED” on that message or deleting the “S" from “https:" at the beginning of the URLs. "
Just a reminder that if you plan on trying out for boys basketball, girls basketball or boys soccer this winter, you must register through the athletic clearance website before trying out. If you are not registered by the tryout dates, you will not be able to tryout.
Girls Basketball - Monday, Dec. 5 - Wednesday Dec. 7 3-5 PM
Boys Soccer - Monday, Dec. 5 - Wednesday Dec. 7 3-5 PM
Boys Basketball Monday, Dec. 12 - Wednesday Dec. 14 3-5 PM
Click on the link for the attached schedule.
Check out some of the pictures of our fantastic band and cheerleaders representing Dartmouth in the parade. Go Knights!!!
November 28 - December 13th
Turn in a toy ($5 or more) and you are invited to the hot cocoa party on December 15th.
Toys must be new and unwrapped and not represent anything violent.
If you are donating a toy that requires batteries, please attach them to the pack.
Congratulations to the middle school student-athletes on another successful season of middle school sports!
An employee from Elementary, Middle, High, and one of our Alternative sites are being recognized for Faculty Focus Friday!
Congratulations to all the participants in the 3rd Annual DMS Turkey Trot. We had over 250 racers this year and made over $1,000 for the AVID program. The winning boy and girl in each grade level won a turkey for their family.
6th grade girl: Pressley S.
6th grade boy: Austin D.
7th grade girl: Elisha A.
7th grade boy: Johnathon T.
8th grade girl: Destiny R.
8th grade boy: Johnathon R.
Great job, Knights!!!
Congratulations to Dartmouth's Employees of the Year...
The lady knights capture the essence of our staff - dedicated, honorable, effective and incredible.
Certificated Employee of the Year - Suzette Mazza, 6th grade Social Studies and Language Arts Teacher
Classified Employee of the Year - Cheri Lopez, Instructional Aide
Like Us!!! Below is a link to our new page. Please use this page for information on upcoming school events.
Click on the PDF to view a copy of this weeks bulletin.
Please see the list for items needed for our annual food drive. Please send items to your advisory classes. Thank you.
Check out some of the pictures from the recent AVID trip to MSJC. Students learned a lot about what is all about and had a lot of fun in the process.
Outstanding Attendance...three or less absences and four or less tardies or early outs = outstanding attendance from November 4 - May 31 and makes you eligible for some outstanding prizes. Click on the picture for more details.
Congratulations to the three time, undefeated girls volleyball champions, the Dartmouth Lady Knights!!!
Talk about drama. What a fantastic match between our Lady Knights and the Mavericks of Rancho Veijo. After dropping the first set, the girls got it together and came back to win the second set in convincing fashion. I'm not sure what Coach Marshall and Coach Graham said to them, but it was the best set they've played all season.
The third and final set was back and forth. Our girls were amazing with their serves and hitting, and ultimately they won the third set 15-12. What a match!
Thank you to Coach Marshall, Coach Graham and their girls on a fantastic season. Also, a big thanks to all the staff who came out and support the team today. The gym was rocking!
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Our Lady Knights won again today against Diamond Valley 2-0 and are in the championship game this Thursday at 3 in the Dartmouth gym . They will once again play Rancho Viejo for the title. The game is sure to be a great one so come on out and support our Knights.
Our flag football team played well but lost to Monte Vista 22-16 today. The team had their chances but just couldn't capitalize on some keys plays. They finish the season with a 4-3 record.
Congratulations to the cross country team on their domination in the Hemacinto Championship today. Dartmouth finished first in all four races. There were numerous top 10 finishers in each race from Dartmouth, too many to list here. Anthony C. broke the 8th grade boys record with a time of 9:58 for the 1.76 miles course. By breaking the 8th grade boys record it gave Anthony the pride of being able to say he has the Hemacinto record for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade. That pride was very short lived. Literally 20 seconds after Anthony finished, Austen D. finished with a time of 10:18, which broke Anthony's 6th grade record from two years ago. Today was the 15th consecutive year the girls have won the Hemacinto Championship and the 12th time the boys have won. Dartmouth Cross Country is a dominating force.
Sometimes you just have to say, "Wow!"
Our Knight student athletes showed incredible determination today on the court and gridiron.
Our Lady Knights won another three game thriller with Rancho, 2 games to 1. They finished the regular season undefeated at 6-0. Coach Marshall and Coach Graham have done some really great work with our girls this year.
Our flag football team took on the undefeated Mavericks and played their hearts out. Our Knights were winning 9-8 when Rancho scored the game winning touchdown with 20 seconds to play on 4th down play. They finished the regular season 4-2.
Next week is a big week for our student-athletes. On Tuesday, we are hosting the Hemacinto Cross Country meet after school on the fields and black top area. We are also hosting a semi-final girls volleyball game against Diamond Valley at 3:00 in the gym.
Our flag football team will head to Monte Vista in their semi-final game on Tuesday to try to take down the undefeated Bobcats. Their game starts at 3:00 as well.
What a day. Make sure to come on out and support our athletes next week.