"What's Up" Wednesday

Dartmouth Middle School ~ February 24, 2021

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You can do it!!

At the end of the day, only you know if you did your best or not. We are here to help you become the best that you can be. Regardless of your past efforts, know that it is never too late to start or to try your best. You may have made some choices in the past that now present as challenges but know that we are here to help you do your best so that you can become your best! Your teachers, counselors, and everyone else at Dartmouth want to see you succeed. If your grades are not what you want them to be, I encourage you to let your teachers know and commit to doing your best. Commit to finishing the last two triads of this year to the best of your abilities!

Toshimi Minami

Assistant Principal

Dartmouth Middle School

Hemet Unified School District

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CTE Fair 2021

Is your student interested in joining a trade, earning college credits, and getting hands-on job experience before graduating high school? Then come check out our Career Technical Education Programs at our High Schools & Middle Schools! Students will be able to view information on courses offered, talk to current teachers and students, and enter to win raffle prizes! See the flyer below for more details. Join Us February 25th from 5:00pm-6:00pm
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Celebrating Black History Month

We’re grateful for the contributions of Black pioneers that have broken barriers and paved the way for more inclusivity and diversity in the tech industry. We’ve come a long way — but there’s still a long way to go. That’s why this year, in honor of Black History Month, the Codecademy Team is celebrating Black leaders that are continuing to build a more inclusive, more welcoming, and more diverse tech industry.

The inspiring programmers and technologists on this list were nominated by members of the Codecademy team. Their work inspires and motivates us, and we hope they’ll inspire you too. #dartmouthculturespotlight

Find Full List Here: Black Leaders in Tech

The Power of Self-Talk

Hey there Knights, it is incredibly important to be aware of self-talk and what we are telling ourselves. We all partake in self-talk. Self-talk can be both positive and negative. Positive self-talk has an impact on how we feel about ourselves and what beliefs we have about who we are, or what we are capable of. As the video above mentioned, self-talk can either empower you or cause you to feel defeated. Just as much as positive self-talk can boost your confidence and self-efficacy, negative self-talk can have the opposite effect. We all have days where we have moments of negative self-talk, the important thing is to realize that we are doing it and work towards transforming the negative comments you are making about yourself, into positive ones. No one is perfect and we all have room for improvement. There isn't one person who is ever going to get it all right and that is okay. We all have the ability of making changes and improving. Always remember that you are worthy, you are capable and you are important.
Self Talk | Hailey Hultberg | TEDxYouth@ParkCity

Elective Sign Ups Are Happening Now!

ASB Student Leadership Applications- Click Here

The Deadline for applications is 2/28

ASB Student Leadership Applications

Dartmouth is looking for a few Great Leaders.. Could that be YOU???

Are you interested in building school spirit?

Do you like to plan fun and exciting activities?

Are you interested in making decisions that affect your peers?

Would you like to make an impact on our campus next year?

Then ASB Leadership is possibly for you!! Visit the attached link for more information and application.

The Deadline for applications is 2/28

- Click Here
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2021 Virtual CTE Fair

Thursday, Feb. 25th, 5pm

This is an online event.

This year HUSD will be hosting its Career Technical Education (CTE) Fair virtually on February 25th from 5:00-6:00 p.m. The fair allows families to familiarize themselves with the CTE pathways and classes available in middle and high school. Please see the attached flyer for more information about the event.

End of 4th Triad

Friday, Feb. 26th, 9pm

This is an online event.

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School Information

Our school office is open between the hours of 7:30am-3:00pm, Monday through Friday. Due to social distancing policies, scheduling appointments is suggested. Please call (951)-765-2550.