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  • PHOTO GALLERIES: Special Education Field Day

    Posted by Matthew Lucas on 5/17/2018

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    Hundreds of students, employees, and volunteers recently held a District-wide Field Day for our Life Skills students. The event was hosted by students from the Deer Park High School PALS program and the DPISD Special Services Department.

     

     

     

     

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  • New Carpenter Elementary Project Preview #1 (May 2018)

    Posted by Matthew Lucas on 5/15/2018

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    YOUR DPISD 2017 BOND

    DOLLARS AT WORK

     

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    Preliminary design work continues on the new Carpenter Elementary, which is the largest project to be funded by the 2017 DPISD Bond Election.  The District is proud to share a series of concept images spotlighting the new school.

     

    School administrators and staff members have conducted a series of meetings with architects and District administrators.  At this point, the basic design and location for the new building has been selected.  However, surface colors and textures are still flexible, so it’s possible that they could change between now and when construction begins.

     

    The first phase of construction will begin in June, when a new Bonnette Junior High football field will be constructed on the east side of the BJH campus across from the tennis courts.  The field will include a concession and restroom facility, which is a popular request by parents.  The existing Carpenter Elementary fourth-grade wing will be demolished in July to make room for the new school. (For the 2018-19 school year, classes previously housed in the wing will be relocated to other parts of the school until the new construction is completed.)

     

    In September, the current BJH football field will be demolished to make room for the new Carpenter building, and preliminary ground work will begin for the new school.

     

    The projected date for students to move into the new Carpenter Elementary is January 2020.

     

    Images courtesy of and © cre8 architects.

     

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  • PHOTO GALLERIES: Cinco de Mayo at Parkwood Elementary

    Posted by Matthew Lucas on 5/11/2018

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  • DPJH Egg Drop Challenge

    Posted by Jose Perez on 4/5/2018

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    Mr. Schoen’s DPJH science class engineered enclosures to protect an egg from breaking after it is dropped from a set height. The egg drop challenge teaches students to use physics,logic and teamwork to protect their eggs from a fall.

     

     

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  • DPISD District-wide Field Day benefiting our Life Skills students.

    Posted by Jose Perez on 4/5/2018

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    Hundreds of students, employees, and volunteers recently held a District-wide Field Day for our Life Skills students. The event was hosted by students from Deer Park High School's PALS program and the DPISD Special Services Department.

     

     

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  • DPHS-SC art students earn 13 Gold Medals at regional VASE competition

    Posted by Matthew Lucas on 4/4/2018

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    Art students from Deer Park High School-South Campus recently competed at the regional Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE), which is associated with the Texas Art Education Association (TAEA). This year, 21 Deer Park students participated, and 11 students returned with 13 gold medals. Pictured are (from left): Braxton Hathaway, Alejandro Reyes, Samantha Nava, Sydney Johnson, Liliana Aldana, Angelina Resendez, Audrey Luna, Mariana Garza, Mariana Canino, Ryan Plitt, and Rachael Matthews.

     

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  • ECC students raise more than $2,000 Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

    Posted by Matthew Lucas on 3/27/2018

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    Students at the Early Childhood Center recently collected loose change and online donations for the school’s Pennies for Patients community service project benefiting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.  Each class set a goal, and students in classes that met their goal got a special treat: they were able to put a whipped cream pie in their teacher’s face!  The school raised over $2,000, which is a remarkable amount given that the school only has 443 students.

     

     

     

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