Deer Park Junior Senior High School News
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Women's basketball players took some time out of their busy week to help provide shoes for students.
Did you know that there are children all across this city who don’t have a bed to sleep or a pillow to lay their heads on at night?
Proceeds to benefit Samaritan’s Feet, non-profit group that provides shoes for children worldwide
Jesse Potts (Class of 2016) and Scarlet Oaks take second in national FANUC robotics challenge
All Deer Park community members are encouraged to attend this meeting. We look forward to seeing you!
On Monday, January 23, consider heading to Pizzeria Locale for dinner and to raise some kneaded dough for our students!
All 6-11th grade students AND parents invited!
Just prior to our holiday break, Deer Park students, staff, and community members came together to share “real” joy and love by filling food bags and gathering gifts for the needy in our community.
Due to the weather, Deer Park Schools is cancelling all after-school and evening activities.
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“This epidemic touches every segment of society—from the city to rural areas, the affluent and the poor, and every race and gender.” - Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opiate Addict.
Once you have filled out the new form, you will receive the combination code by calling the Jr./Sr. High School front desk at 513.891.0010.
We want parents to have the most updated grades at the time grades are entered, so we will no longer be sending home hard copies of midterm grades.
We need your help! As you probably know, concessions at school sporting events are one of the Athletic Boosters’ largest fundraising events for Deer Park Wildcat Athletics.
Orders to arrive before December Holidays!
Mark Your Calendars!
The three-time First Team All-Distric player and 2015 CHL Player of the Year will trade in her Wildcat Scarlet and Gray for the Golden Eagle’s Maroon and Gold.
Thank you voters!
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Season Ends with Trip to State Competition
The event proceeds directly benefit the community! All proceeds go to the Deer Park High School Communiserve Holiday Food Baskets, the Deer Park/Silverton Fire District, and the Deer Park Park Board (park improvements).
8th Grade to host Chipotle fundraiser!
As the Number 10 seed, Deer Park High School varsity men’s soccer team knew the postseason road ahead of them would be tough. Fortunately for the Wildcats, they thrive on adversity and their last game of the postseason tournament versus the Number 2 seed Roger Bacon High School was a hard fought battle.