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We are a Parent Partnership Program where parents of home schooled children and teachers from the Deer Park School District work together to define the educational goals and materials our parents and students use at home. The first session of Home Link started in September 2000 with 38 students. Today, we have over 500 students. We also provide core and supplemental classes at our Deer Park and Clayton campuses.

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Game Night is Friday,March 6th at 6:00 pm, at the Deer Park Middle School Hotdogs, chips and drinks are $.50 each.

Deadline for ordering the school yearbook is March 13th. Cost is $15.00. Please give your order to Connie at the DP Home Link Office

THIS WEEK IS SPIRIT WEEK! Show your school spirit!

  • Tuesday-Super Hero Day
  • Wednesday - Crazy Hair Day
  • Thursday - Red, White and Blue Day
  • Prizes will be given at lunch for 'Best Effort'

Go to www.discountdance.com for your dance supplies and use teacher code TP28688 for a 10% discount (1st timers) 5% discount (returning customers)

Congratulations! to the winner of the American History Essay contest, Mathew Calder Callaghan! Please enjoy his story of "A Child's Journey Through Ellis Island"


MEMO - March 2 through 6, 2015

Energy, crazy liveliness...iiiit's SPIRIT WEEK! You lookin the part? Remember that Tuesday is Super Hero Day; Wednesday is Crazy Hair Day; and Thursday is Red, White, and Blue Day. Prizes will be given at lunchtime each day for the most inventive students among us. Thanks for rummaging through closets--can't wait to see who/what walks through our doors this week!
Our week crescendos with Game Night! THIS Friday, March 6th at 6:00 pm at Deer Park Middle School. COME take in the basketball and volleyball competitions! The Dance Teams' spectaculars! The people and conversations! The affordability of a hotdog dinner! Be there!(The last practice session for those playing basketball during Game Night is this Thursday at 6 pm; final volleyball practice is at 7 pm.)
Do any of you existing families have students that you are bringing into the program next year? Now is the time to tell us, please. Also, kindergarten registration will be starting this first week in March. It will close on April 3rd. Parents must have a birth certificate, and immunization information available for each child.
Old license plates, anyone? We have a class that would utilize them. Dress frames, too!
Psst: deadline for ordering the school yearbook is March 13th. Cost is $15.00. Please give to Connie.
Some March testing dates of note: HSPE make-up testing, for juniors and/or seniors: March 17 (Reading); March 19 (Writing); March 20 (Writing). Each of these tests begins at 9 am, at Deer Park, in Molly's office.
Testing in English Language Arts, for third graders encompasses three days - March 27, March 30, and March 31. Each day will begin at 9am, at Deer Park, in the computer lab.
Doesn’t our end-of-the-year FAIR sound good, about now? Think: early June, the air is warm, all those games, events, food, and general celebration that is done so beautifully…well, our master planner Gina is looking for some new ideas- perhaps you have some up your sleeve?? If you’d like to be a part of the planning committee or just have an idea you would like to share, please call Gina at 276-5511. Thanks!
Hats off to the Science Fair – such a success! Just ask anyone who visited the presentations of our 17 budding scientists; very impressive! Congratulations to all participants. There were three category winners: the Experimental winner was Jeremiah Waunch, with his spectacular entry in ‘Bubbleology’ (ask him about it!); the Rube Goldberg winner was Noah Wright, who created a domino cause and effect that resulted in the spinning of a CD that cranked out ba ba ba, ba Barbara Ann. Ahhh, Rube Goldberg would have liked the Beach Boys! And the Overall winner was Ryder Wolfe for his presentation, ‘Is Astrology Boring?’ Um, not at all! Big thanks to judges Mike Jennings, Christine Colestock, Autumn Bunce, Christine Waunch, and Robyn Hodgson. And to our Tuesday afternoon Science Club? You really started something!

Curriculum News!

Scholastic Weekly Readers Grades 1st - 12th: Available in the Resource room and in the Mom's room at Clayton!

Scholastic Reading Club! Pick up catalogs in the Mom's room at both locations.

Silverwood Reading is the Ticket! is back!!!
Pick up info in the DP Library.

are now available in the Clayton library! Take a look for exciting K-8 stories!

Ordering!!! When ordering ONLINE products, please use the ONLINE forms in the Resource Room. Thank you!