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Students - A friendly reminder to NOT bring your backpack to school on the last day of school (Wednesday, May 30th). If you do, it will be taken to the front office and your parent will have to pick it up. Thank you.
Dartmouth Families, If your student has medication in the health office it must be picked up by the last day of school or it will be discarded. Thank you!
Check out some of the pictures from this years 8th grade dance.
Children 18 years or younger can receive breakfast and lunch at no charge at participating school sites.
Congratulations to our Dartmouth Cheer team led by Coaches Crawley and Sabrina as they swept the competition once again at their cheer competition at Murrieta Mesa Highl School!! The girls took home a total of three team trophies. Our girls won first place, the judges award for cleanliness in their division, AND the highest score out of ten teams in the Junior High division! Congratulations again on all your hard work!
Kristen Anderson, former Cawston Elementary School Assistant Principal, was promoted to Dartmouth Principal.
A big congratulations to our Dartmouth Track team, led by coach Cheri Arellano, as they had a great meet yesterday at the Bad Dogs Invitational at Hemet High School. The girls team finished in 3rd place overall and the boys finished in a tied for 2nd. Both teams were the highest placing teams of the Hemet schools. It was a fantastic way for our kids to finish the season.
Check out some of the pictures below. The students all had a great time.
Congratulations to our battle of the books team as they competed in the district competition yesterday. Dartmouth finished in a close 2nd place behind Acacia. Teams members who participated were Joshua D., Melanie H., Jenna D., Morgan S. and Audrey T. Thank you to Mrs. Calderhead, Mrs. Lopez, Ms. Fain and all the other staff and students who helped make the battle of the books season a huge success.
A HUGE congratulations to the Dartmouth Advanced Choir for getting a GOLD rating (highest possible) on Friday at Forum Music Festivals held at Fullerton College. They performed beautifully and we were told they performed better than the high school groups that performed in their session. The students worked really hard to earn this rating. Kudos to Mrs. Simpson and all her students for all the hard work they put into making the Dartmouth Choir the best in the valley.
Students and Parents If you received a summer school notice and plan on attending, please turn in those permission slips as soon as possible to the front office. If you have lost the form, please download a copy through this post. Thank you.
Dartmouth was honored to host this year's Super Hockey Tournament with Rancho Viejo, Diamond Valley and Acacia Middle Schools. The four schools all played two games with Diamond Valley taking home this year's trophy and Dartmouth finishing in 3rd place. Thank you to all the teachers and staff involved for making the tournament an overwhelming success.
Our Dartmouth track team had their first meet of the year yesterday and the kids did a fantastic job. Our girls team finished in 3rd place overall and were the top school in Hemet. Our boys finished second overall and were also the top placing Hemet School. Congratulations to our track coach, Cheri Arellano, and all her athletes for representing Dartmouth with such class yesterday.
Last Saturday, about 100 of our AVID students took a tour of the University of California Riverside and also watched a baseball game. 8th grade students participated in pre-game activities with the baseball players as well. Check out some of the pictures from the trip.
Congratulations to the Dartmouth Cheer team led by Coach Crawley and Coach Sabrina for their great performance at the NRG Cheer Competition in Anaheim. The girls took the title in their division and finished second overall. Check out some of the pictures from the event.
Four hundred and ninety-two students were reclassified as English Proficient.
Our Dartmouth Band recently spent the day at Disneyland and had an amazing day. The guest clinician was really impressed with the overall sight reading ability and sonority of the group. The band learned and recorded brand new music all in 90 minutes! The clinician was extremely impressed with the amount of growth the band has shown since their last trip. Congratulations to Mr. Williams and his band students on a great day!
Last week, our school battle of the books competition was held in the Dartmouth library. Students in the competition have been reading books all year and meeting with their advisors throughout the school year. All the students who participated in the competition did a fantastic job. Congratulations to Audrey T, Jenna D., Josh D., Melanie H and Morgan S. with winning the Dartmouth site competition. These five will be representing the school at the district level. Go Knights and bring home the trophy at the district competition.
50 of Dartmouth's 8th grade students, led by Mrs. Poole and Mrs. Simmons, spent part of their weekend at the OSML (Open Source Maker Lab) in Vista this past weekend taking part in some hands-on science experiments. Take a look at some of their pictures.