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Del Mar And Adult Transition Students partner on Craft Day

On Tuesday December 18, The Del Mar student body and ASB shared a day with our District Adult Transition Program. The Adult Transition class is made of students 18-22 years of age who are here on the DMHS campus for the school day. They created Christmas crafts and displayed and sold them in a fair to Del Mar students and staff. The ASB class hosted games and snacks for all to enjoy. Thank you to Mrs. Kloster and Mr. Williams for arranging a day that benefited all students!
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Congratulations Student of the Week Brian Luna

Congratulations to our Student of the Week for January 7-11, Brian Luna.
Brian was chosen by his teachers for his continual hard work and dedicatoin to completing work on time and for its quality. Brian is a quiet, hard working student who we can rely on to get the job done without continual prompting and proddding. He ask questions when he needs help, he participates in class and is a polite and respectful student. Brian just goes about his work and does not look for recognition. We are proud to give him Student of The Week for well deserved recognition of being an outstanding person and student.
Congratulations Brian, we are very proud of you!!
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Community Resource Guide

For all families, especially those in need of assistance. We have uploaded the Districts Community Resource Guide under the "Parents" tab at the top of the website. It is also included here if you click on the headline of this article.
The Guide is filled with resource links from counseling to food and clothing banks, shelter resources and many hotlines that may provide assistance. You can also dial 211 on your phone or go to the LA 211 website to access resources.
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First Trimester Awards.

On Friday December 21 we held our First Trimester Awards Assembly. Students were recognized for their work academically, socially, attendance and credits earned.
The Principals Honor Roll was for students with a 3.5 GPA or more, Credits earned honored students who earned at least 30 credits and the Attendance awards were for 100% attendance. Each teacher and counselor also gave awards for students who excelled in their class.
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SGUSD to Present Workshop on Vaping, and Drug AwarenessTuesday December 18th at 7:00 at Gabrielino High School in the Goodson Theater.

On Tuesday December 18th, the District will be sponsoring a workshop for parents to alert and inform them of the dangers of vaping. The workshop is presented by Impact Canine Solutions who is the company who conducts our canine searches. Vaping is a trend that is filtering down to students as young as elementary schools. There is a high percentage of teenage students who "vape" tobacco products and other liquid based products including marijuana. We would love to see all parents at Gabrielino High School, this Tuesday at 7:00 pm in the theater. There will be the presentation on vaping, and an opportunity to see examples of vaping products and other related items and to ask questions.
Please click on the headline at the top of this article to open a link to the informational flyer regarding the workshop.
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Del Mar History Day Team visits the Nixon Library

On November 7th, under the leadership of Mrs. Kloster our History Day Team visited the Richard M. Nixon Presidential Library to do continued research for their projects that will be presented in March at the History Day LA competition. These students work extremely hard on their chosen projects as they prepare for the competition. They put hours of work into development of their projects that includes research, interviewing historical figures involved in the point of history, developing bibliographies and writing their scripts. Each year Del Mar students compete well and move on to the California History Day competition in Sacramento. We are very proud of Mrs. Kloster and our History Day Team.
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Del Mar History Day Team: Alize Oviedo, Joshua Polanco, Andrea Quevado, Alexis Retzepis, Liliana Reyes, Jeannine Saldana, Isaiah Subia, Anthony Valdez, Mrs. Kloster.
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San Gabriel Rotary Club donates backpacks and supplies

San Gabriel Rotery Club President Richard Valenzula presented Del Mar backpacks and supplies for students in need. Rotery Club has always been a strong supporter of Del Mar and has done many things for our students. We thank Mr. Valenzula and the San Gabriel Rotery Club for their continued support!!
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Congratulations to newly appointed Student Board Representative, Armando Talamantes.

Congratulations to Armando Talamantes, Del Mar's new student board representative to the governing board. Armando will represent the students in San Gabriel Unified, with Del Mar, Roosevelt, Coolidge and Washington being his primary schools. He will be a sitting member of the governing board, attend all meetings and will be consulted by the board on all student issues.
Congratulations Armando, we are very proud to have you represent Del Mar and the students in our district.

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Student of The Week!!

Congratulations to our Student of The Week for November 5 - 9,
Christopher Peredia.
Chris was chosen by his teachers for his diligence in his work, this year especially. Last year Chris waited for everything and was not as successful as he could have been. This year he has realized that he is in charge of his educational success and he has done an outstanding job in the classroom. Chris is another one of our students who gets involved in school by playing on our athletic teams including our flag football and basketball teams.
Congratulations Chris, we are very proud of you!
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Character Counts!

Del Mar students participated in the Statewide Character Counts day on September 26th and all during the month of September. Students did activities that ASB had organized and did writing and discussions. Character Education is an ongoing theme at Del Mar and supplemented weekly in our Thursday 5th period rotations. We work continually with our students to help them make good choices with positive outcomes. Please click on this headline to open the link and see pictures.
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