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Carolynn Sullivan Has Been at Deer Park for Nineteen Years Many students will attend Deer Park schools for twelve years but unlike them, Carolynn Sullivan has been attend...
“It may be scary going away to camp where you don’t know anyone, but it is honestly one of the best experiences in my life...going there is my favorite week of the year.”
Ryan Anderson is a senior at Deer Park High School. He loves using his free periods helping others in the school. Anderson not only maintains honor roll, he also spends most of his time helping Deer Park teachers and students.
Trying to get Deer Park students more involved isn’t easy, but Maggie Burton has been trying her best to do so.
From the time Mrs. Susan Beck leaves her six children in the morning, she is on her way to Deer Park High School where she teaches English to six different classes full of sophomores.
“I knew that I wanted to do something with kids, and then I ended up working a special needs prom at the vineyard church there and it caught my attention,” Tabar said.
On the night of August 30th, 2016, Deer Park girl’s soccer team hosted a spaghetti family dinner night where the families did a little bit more than just eat spaghetti before a typical home soccer game.
Deer Park has gotten a new all-weather turf field which has brought attention not only from the students and parents of the community of Deer Park, but the surrounding communities as well.
There is a new idea to bring more spirit to Deer Park’s student section during football games.
The Deer Park girls tennis team hosted their first home match in over four years on Thursday, August 25 against Finneytown with a winning score of 3-1.
Friday night consisted of a decked out student section, a hyped football team, a brand new turf field, and the Local 12 news station, but the game was called off after three hours worth of delays.
Not even the heat, can beat the lady Wildcats soccer team. This past Saturday, August 27th, 2016, the women’s soccer team played against Clark Montessori High School. Mady Franklin, Ashlee Mapes, and Ashlee Moore all confirmed the game to be a memorable event.
Marie Kramer leaves the larger community of Oak Hills to come teach music at the smaller Deer Park community.