Our awesome DECA students who make up the “Jitter-Bucks” team (Marketing Ops) has achieved Gold status for their participation in the DECA School-based Enterprise Chapter Certification and will be going to the International Career Development Conference in Nashville to compete for top international honors. Jitter-Bucks will also be competing in the SBE competition focused on Selling for top International recognition at nationals.
Jitter-Bucks thanks the fantastic student body and awesome staff for all the amazing support!
There will be no school on Friday & Monday, February 12 and 15 – in observance of President’s Day break!
Enjoy your days off!
Some good stuff about our Awesome Leadership Students! Leadership Spokane is unique and successful because of the innovation and commitment of its alumni! Kelli Demarest, a DPHS CTE teacher, worked with her high school students to come up with an amazing traveling trophy to be presented annually at the Gala to the “best class ever” in recognition for the most alumni attending from their class! Presenting the award is Colonel Brian M. Newberry, Executive Director of Leadership Spokane. HUGE shout out to Deer Park High School students Riley Martinson, Jesse Fay and Dean Lockwood and Engineering instructor Kevin Kernan for making it happen!
The Spring Drivers Education Session will begin Monday, February 29th! Sign Ups will begin, Monday, February 1 in the Counseling Center. For additional information, contact Monte Pittz at Tri County Driving School of Deer Park at 998-0350 or click here to upload information form. Driving school registration Spring
Some people think teens can’t make a difference. STCU thinks they can. STCU challenged Inland Northwest high school teenagers to start a movement, and gave the top ideas $100 to work with. Key Club submitted their idea, and had it approved for the $100 grant. Fifteen finalist teams created a video documentary explaining how the money was used, whom it impacted, and whether or not it was successful. The video was posted online for the community to view and vote for their favorite. (more)
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DPHS will be offering a free FAFSA Clinic to assist parents in filling out the FREE APPLICATION for FEDERAL STUDENT AID. If your child plans to attend college next fall you will have to fill out the FAFSA in order for your child to qualify for financial aid.
The 2015 FAFSA CLINIC for parents will be on Thursday, January 7 @ 5:30 in the high school library computer lab. Space is limited to the number of computers, so please RSVP to Catherine Oviatt at 468-3528.