The Senior All-Nighter Parent Committee met with seniors and handed out information on the Class of 2015 Senior All-Nighter! Exciting News – this year’s graduates won’t have to travel to their Senior All-Nighter – it will be held right here on the DPHS Campus! Click here to print Senior All-Nighter forms … Here goes: SeniorAllNighter_scholarship2015 SeniorTicket_scholarship_2015 Poinsettia-Selling-FormForm CraftFair2014_fundraiser (registration and scholarship forms also available under resources > senior info.
Senior All-Nighter payments are to be made to Deer Park grad Night 2015, P.O. Box 2121, Deer Park, WA 99006.
For additional information, contact Dallas Cartee at (509)953-9215 or Pamela White (503)781-1316.
Deer Park Theatre Arts Department would like to present Seussical the Musical! This is a colorful and imaginative amalgamation of many of Seuss’s most famous books including ‘Horton Hears a Who’, ‘The Cat in the Hat’, and ‘Gertrude Mcfuzz’. Come see this grand show that all of Deer Park High is raving about!
Performances: Thursday thru Saturday, November 13, 14 and 15 – 7:30 p.m. in the Ken Fisher Performing Arts Theater. $6 adults and $4 students.
This is "Wow" Factor!
We are ecstatic about the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) coming to our school!
On Monday, November 10, actors from OSF will present Love, Hate On, a program which will include several scenes from Shakespeare plays, as well as other works.
OSF, a Tony award-winning professional theatre, has been around since 1935, and has been visiting schools since 1971. They have visited over 7000 schools in the last 43 years. Now DPHS gets to be one of those schools! This is going to be awesome!!! We’re really excited – can you tell?
Classes will be divided in two and will attend either Assembly A or B (50-minutes each). Click here to see bell schedule & which classes attend which assembly).
What an exciting opportunity for DPHS!
The next Drivers Education Session begins December 8. Sign ups begin November 3 in the Counseling Center. Click here to upload an information sheet. Contact Monty Pittz for additional information at 998-0350.
Please Get Involved!
Dear Parents/Guardians of the 2015 Senior Class
The tradition of celebrating high school graduations has been going on since we ourselves graduated. It has also been a tradition for many years to keep our kids safe the night of graduation with a party, better known as the “Senior All-Nighter”, or “The Grad Night Party”. This is meant to keep our kids out of harms way of unsupervised parties, which we all know can sometimes be tragic the night of graduation.
With that being said, the Senior class of 2015 needs their parents/guardians to help plan the best “Grad Night Party” yet. So we need your help/ideas whether big or small with planning and moving forward with our “Grad Night Party”.
Please plan on attending our meeting on Tuesday October 21st, in the Student Commons (cafeteria) at 6:30 p.m.
Please feel free to call or email me with any questions.
Thank you for your time,
Dallas Cartee – Senior Parent
Headed to San Francisco April 2015!
Our high school choral and band students will attend the Heritage Wordstrides Performance Program in San Francisco next April 2015. Choral and band students are have begun doing various fundraisers for this trip.
One of the fundraisers the band boosters is doing is a 50/50 raffle as well as a New Driver basket at the football game Friday, October 10th.
Proceeds for band and choir proceeds will help send the band to the Heritage Festival in San Francisco in April – so thank you for your contributions!