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  • DWE celebrates literacy night

    Posted by Matthew Lucas on 1/18/2019 4:00:00 PM

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    Deepwater Elementary’s students and staff celebrated the theme, “First they were books…DWE Literacy goes to the Movies,” during yesterday’s literacy night. The school rolled out the red carpet and focused on books that became movies with staff members and the evening’s guest speaker, author/screenwriter Michael Anthony Steele.  Paparazzi captured all the stars as they learned about amazing things to do with reading and writing.   

     

     

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  • The Bonnette Junior High Robotics Club had a very special visitor this week.

    Posted by Jose Perez on 1/15/2019

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    The Bonnette Junior High Robotics Club had a very special visitor this week. Mr. Andrew Vavrin, a scientist and physicist in the aerospace industry, met with the team and gave advice for their upcoming First Lego League competition. He conducted a question and answer session, met with both teams to discuss their projects and also watched their completed missions for the robot game.

     

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  • Your Bond Dollars at Work: Bonnette Junior High Athletic Complex.

    Posted by Jose Perez on 1/15/2019

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    Your Bond Dollars at Work: Bonnette Junior High Athletic Complex.
    Construction crews are busy installing the bleachers, track, restrooms and concession stand. Listen to Stephen Harrell’s update on the progress.

     

     

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  • Parkwood Elementary Student Council donates over $1,500 in pet food, supplies to animal shelters

    Posted by Matthew Lucas on 1/10/2019 7:00:00 AM

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    The members of the Parkwood Elementary Student Council held their annual Feathers for Furry Friends fundraiser to raise money and collect donations for animal shelters in our area.  The students purchased feathers for 25 cents each to decorate their classroom turkey.  The students raised over $1,500 and collected pet food, beds, collars, and other pet supplies.  They donated $500 and supplies to A New Dawn shelter in Deer Park, provided a tag-reading device and supplies to the Baytown Animal Shelter, and sent $500 to a facility in California that helps pets displaced by the California wildfires.   “The shelters were very appreciative, and the students loved meeting one of the New Dawn pets available for adoption,” Principal Debbie Yampey said.

     

     

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  • One Word

    Posted by Jose Perez on 1/8/2019

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    Deer Park Junior High Language Arts class celebrated the new year by utilizing the One Word that Will Change Your Life book to encourage students to set goals for the new year by focusing on one positive word for 2019.

     

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  • Spread Kindness Like Confetti

    Posted by Jose Perez on 1/8/2019

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    Deer Park Junior High welcomed students back to school and started the new year on a positive note by having the Deer Park High School varsity football players and cheerleaders greet the students as they entered the building. DPJH staff members encouraged students to “Spread Kindness Like Confetti” in 2019.  “We hope that seeing the high school athletes share their kindness this morning will inspire our students to do the same,” Principal Tiffany Regan said.  Language Arts classes also celebrated the new year by utilizing the One Word that Will Change Your Life book to encourage students to set goals for the new year by focusing on one positive word for 2019.

     

     

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  • PHOTO GALLERIES: DPHS Swing Choir and Carpenter Elementary Sign Language Club share holiday songs at ESC

    Posted by Matthew Lucas on 12/20/2018 12:00:00 PM

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