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Deer Park School District is ready to kick the school year off right! This year, in collaboration with OneDeerPark, a local organization committed to supporting Deer Park Studen...
We are excited to welcome all of our students and families to the new, state of the art Amity Elementary School to begin the 2018-19 school year. With three new grade leve...
Spring Sports Wrapping Up Successful Seasons
Time: Work 4 to 6 hours a day; 5 days a week Pay: Minimum Wage Who: Students, ages 16 and older What: Students will help with general maintenance of school buildin...
Jr./Sr. High School Special Education Teacher recognized by Hamilton County ESC
Students performed in conjunction with Cincinnati Shakespeare Company at Memorial Hall
Come enjoy food, fun, and music as the Deer Park Band Sponsors host the annual Ice Cream Social fundraiser Wednesday, May 9 from 5:30-9:00 PM on the front lawn an...
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Senior class logs nearly 1,000 hours for 13 local organizations
*IN CASE YOU MISSED IT* CINCINNATI.COM: A.J. Green to HS athletes: 'If you don’t come in with a humble mindset, you get lost in it.' On Monday nigh...
Cincinnati Reds to Honor State Champion Boys Basketball Team
Now that the weather is turning warmer, you can finally visit the driving range! Why? It’s time to register for the 21st Annual Deer Park Athletic Boosters Golf Scram...
Join the school and the community today for a parade and pep rally
District honors 16 nominees for award from Hamilton County Education Foundation
Thursday, March 22 @ 5:15 p.m.
Deer Park Jr./Sr. High School students, under the guidance of government teacher Shannon Wilkerson found their own way to stand in support of the victims of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School following the act of violence on Feb. 14.
The students of the DP Band Program--grades 6-12--will provide the music for a giant game of musical chairs. When the music stops, participants sit down in a numbered chair and if your number is called you have won a CAKE!
The night is a unique event planned by students, for students, which raises money for pediatric cancer research, according to the CancerFree Kids website, which plays host for the event.
Shirts can be purchased for $10 for sizes S to XL, and $12 for 2XL and 3XL. Cash or check can be made out to "DPAB".
On Tuesday afternoon, Deer Park Jr./Sr. High School held a grand opening for the H3 room, a new calming space for students featuring alternative seating, stress balls, and meditation guides among other items designed to allow students a reset before returning to class. The room was built in partnership with MindPeace, a logal organization which advocates for access to high quality mental healthcare for all children in Greater Cincinnati.
On Tuesday, February 13, author and illustrator Will Hillenbrand will spend the day in Deer Park. During the school day, Hillenbrand will meet with students grades K through 4, as he shares his Bear and Mole series, Bear and Bunny (authored by Daniel Pinkwater), and the Big Bear books by Maureen Wright.
Just hours apart on Friday night, a pair of Deer Park High School boys' teams solidified their place in Deer Park history and a spot on a banner in the DPHS Gymnasium which will hang forever. The two squads each clinched Cincinnati Hills League titles on Friday night.
Our school district has embarked on a strategic planning journey to identify and meet our district goals, and we invite you to continue on this journey with us!
It's that time of year again where we get to celebrate our wonderful staff. Each year we participate in the Celebrate Excellence event where we ask for nominations for our outstanding teachers.