Two games and two more wins for our Knights spring sports programs... Girls soccer won big 5-0 over Acacia on Tuesday and wrapped up a home game next Tuesday for the playoffs. If they girls win or tie on Thursday at Rancho, the girls will be the #1 seed heading into the playoffs. Boys volleyball had a 2-0 win as well and wrapped up the #1 seed for the playoffs next week. The boys are also 5-0 on the season. Great job and go Knights!!!
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Another big day for both our spring sports teams yesterday against Monte Vista. Both the girls soccer and boys volleyball teams remained undefeated in the spring season. Girls soccer beat the Bobcats 3-0 and boys volleyball won their match 2-0. Great job by Coach Parnell, Coach Graham and all their players. Go Knights!
Congratulations to our girls soccer and boys volleyball teams on their big wins yesterday at Diamond Valley. The girls soccer team won 4-1 while the boys volleyball team won their match 2-0. Both teams are undefeated at the midway point of the season with records of 3-0. Go Knights!!!
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Two more games, two more wins for our Knights. Great job by both the girls soccer and boys volleyball teams today. Girls soccer beat Rancho 2-1 and the boys volleyball team played extremely well after starting off a bit slow, winning 2-0. Both teams are 2-0 as we head into the break. Great job by Coach Graham and Coach Parnell having their athletes ready to play today.
Two games, two wins for the good guys (and gals). Both our boys volleyball and girl soccer teams won their first games of the season today against North Mountain. Boys volleyball won 2-1 and girls soccer dominated in a 5-0 win over the Huskies. Both Coach Graham and Coach Parnell had their teams ready to play. Next games are Thursday at home against Rancho Viejo starting at 3:15. Come on out and support our student-athletes. Go Knights!
A HUGE congratulations to the Dartmouth Community! We raised $4,904.63 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through our Pennies for Patients Drive! That is $1,900 over our school goal! The top classes were Felix, Engel, Giauque, VanWagoner and Hamilton/ Pacheco. Hamilton/Pacheco raised over $1,100. Congratulations to all the students, parents, teachers and administration for supporting such a great cause. Great job and thank you so much!!!
On Sunday, Dartmouth welcomed our Japanese exchange students and chaperones from Marumori, Japan. We are very excited to have them here all week!
What an incredible performance by the Dartmouth Symphonic Band at the Temecula Valley High School SCSBOA Festival. They earned the highest possible rating with all superior ratings from all four adjudicators. This is considered an "UNANIMOUS" Superior rating and is the best a band can score. Congratulations to band director, Mr. Williams, and all his band students for a great performance!
Congratulations to the Dartmouth Cheer team as they performed in their first competition of the year this past Saturday at Temescal Canyon High School. Dartmouth won first place in their division along with the judges award for synchronization, confidence, and no falls for the middle school division. A few of our girls also participated in a stunt off and they won third place. Overall, the girls brought home three trophies.
Congratulations to our Rubik's Cube Club for the great job they did at their recent competition. Dartmouth finished in 5th place as a team and had some great individual times as a well. Nate B. solved his cube in just under 36 seconds, Zach J. took 34 seconds and the fastest time for Dartmouth was Ryan S. with an incredible 19 seconds to solve his cube. Great job to all of our competitors. Check out some of the pictures from the event.
Avast ye Scalliwags...Family "Pi"rate night at Dartmouth was a swashbuckling success. Thank you so much to all the teachers, administration, parents and Dartmouth students who participated in the event. Check out some of the pictures.
Please click on the PDF or picture for more information on Dartmouth's newest club. See Mrs. Simmons in room 605 if you have any questions.
Please click on the PDF's for an AVID application for the 2018-2019 school year. We have one for current 6th and 7th grade students and one for current 5th grade students who will be attending Dartmouth next school year. If you are a 6th or 7th grade student, your application is due by Friday, March 23rd as interviews will take place on March 26th during school.
Dartmouth is once again a proud partner of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Pennies for Patients fundraiser. The fundraiser raises money for cancer treatments in kids. Please click on the link for more information on how you can help.
Hemet Unified students attend the first annual PLUS Summit
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