The Spokane Scholars Foundation recognizes the academic excellence among the region’s top high school seniors. Deer Park is proud to announce our top senior students selected in six subject areas . . .
Congratulations to . . .
Anna Cartee in English
Robert Parker in Fine Arts
Savana Sitton in Mathematics
Katee Vanhook in Science
Ashtin Martinson in Social Studies
Brianna Harper in World Languages
Way to Go! We are So Proud of Each of You!!!
As graduation is fast approaching, please click here to checkout the Senior Looking Ahead 2015 flyer information sheet for important dates to mark on your calendar! Also, please click here to upload and print a copy of the Senior End-of-Year Activities Forms … forms must be completed and turned into the main office no later than May 15 in order for senior students to attend these activities.
Summer Drivers Education begins May 18th and finishes June 26th! Sign ups begin in the Counseling Center on Monday, May 4. For additional information click here for Driving school registration questions Summer. Contact Mr. Pittz at Tri County Driving School for further information at 998-0350.
The Class of 2015 Senior Presentations will be on Wednesday, April 29 at Deer Park High School. Parents and community members are needed to evaluate the culminating projects. Judges will meet in the commons at 5:30 p. m., pick up their packets and get a short training session. Judges will be on a panel of three to five and view four to five presentations.
The high school staff appreciates all those who have served as judges in the past and hope you will do so again. If you have never seen the presentations, we hope you will volunteer. We think you will find it rewarding. Please contact Brittany Schupman at the high school, if you are interested. Brittany’s phone number is 468 3541 or email her at email@example.com.
Congratulations to teacher Matt Messick for being named a recipient of the Evergreen State College 2014-15 Teacher Excellence Award through the Evergreen State College. This award is designed to honor teachers who have had a significant impact on the lives of students.
Evergreen State College places a high value on quality teaching. In an attempt to encourage their students to think about teachers who made a difference, Evergreen’s Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost asked incoming students to nominate the teacher they felt made the biggest difference in their education. Mr. Messick was nominated by Jemma Lakewolf! Here’s what Jemma wrote: (more)
Way to Go!
DPHS Key Club recently attend the District Convention in Seattle.
Out of ALL Key Clubs in the states of Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and the Idaho Panhandle and British Colombia, Deer Park Key Club was awarded the Major Emphasis Award for “The Fight Against Childhood Cancer” project that lasted from September through January. It included all the work dedicated to raising awareness and donations to the American Cancer Society and the American Childhood Cancer Organization Inland Northwest.
The second award was for the Seventh Grade Service Project organized with Deer Park Kiwanis and Deer Park Middle School. Key Clubs are divided into four groups, and these groups are determined by the club’s membership. Deer Park High School, because of our large membership, competes with school much larger than ours. In the “Gold” group, one award is given, and Deer Park Key Club was the winner.
It is great to go out on top! Way to Go!