Expanded Learning



Serving students in 6th-8th grades. One application per student MUST be completed for EACH program you would like your child to participate.

Please review ALL choices before making a selection to pre-register your students for activities!

The B4 the Bell Before School Program operates five days a week (Monday - Friday) at each school site starting at 6:00 AM until the regular school day begins. Parents/guardians have a choice of predetermined times to drop off their student at a designated location at the school site. Students will engage in morning activities which are inclusive of, but not limited to the following: Homework Help, Academic Enrichment, Mindfulness, Self Management, Social and Self Awareness Activities, Relationship Skill Building, and Responsible Decision Making. Parents/guardians may complete an application to have their student attend any of the five days. An application must be completed per student.

The FREE Champs Recreational Enrichment Expanded Learning Opportunity Program can operate various times a week after school. Parents/guardians have a choice to sign up their students for more than one enrichment activity which will allow students to participate one, two, or three, days a week. An application must be completed per student. Click on the links to the right to learn more about what is being offered at Dartmouth!



The SAFE & ZONE After School Program operates five days a week (Monday - Friday) at each site. The program begins right after school until 6:00 pm. Students will engage in homework support, academic and recreational enrichment, in addition to receiving a nutritious snack or supper prior to their dismissal time. Students must attend five days a week to be eligible, and parents/guardians have a choice to pick up their students at 5:00, 5:30, or 6:00 pm. An application must be completed per student.

The Scholarly Minds Academic Enrichment Program will operate five days a week (Monday-Friday) at select school sites for the remainder of the 2021-2022 school year. Students can participate at minimum one to five days a week up to ninety minutes after the regular school day dismissal. Students will receive daily encouragement to complete daily goals in English Language Arts with a focus on the mechanics of reading, vocabulary, fluency, comprehension. The daily math goals that are provided will deepen conceptual understanding which will support mathematical understanding towards higher level mathematics. Parents/guardians, teachers, middle school counselors, and school site administrators may complete a student referral for entry into the program.