Deer Park Jr./Sr. High School Wildcat Weekly: August 22, 2021

Jr./Sr. High School

What's New?


A Message from the Administrators

Deer Park Jr./Sr. High School Families:

Each week we will highlight teaching and learning taking place in our academic classrooms. Below is a snapshot of the instruction that took place in Ally Stiller’s 8th grade mathematics class this week. We are hitting full stride in our Core Academic Classrooms. I am extremely proud of our staff and students for aiming high in our classrooms this week. We are off and running at DPHS. Hope everyone is having a great weekend with their family.

Life is good!

Bob and Mindy

Bob Winterberger, Principal

Mindy Robertson, Assistant Principal



Classroom Highlight

Teaching and Learning is our priority 1 at Deer Park High School during the academic day. We came out of the blocks strong on our first day of school. Bob stopped in Ally Stiller’s 8th grade Mathematics class.The Clear Learning Goal for the instruction he observed was “Students can create squares using patterns using manipulatives.” Research based strategies used to make this learning come alive included group work, hands on learning, and investigating patterns with manipulatives. 

This lesson was crafted from Standard 8.EE.2. The Success Criterion to ensure students mastered the lesson was that students recorded their drawings on paper for Mrs. Stiller to be able to see what their thinking was for each of the squares their group created. This was a great activity to do the first week of school because students were looking at “math” through a different lens of solving a puzzle, rather than just looking at numbers and equations, which is likely what their misconception of math is at times. Hats off to Mrs. Stiller and her 8th grade students!!



Building news

  • Reminder:  If a student did not return a chromebook at the end of the 2020-21 school year, or pay a fee for the missing chromebook, they will not be permitted to have a new chromebook until the fee is paid or the chromebook is turned in. Please contact the office for questions at 513-891-0010.

  • Need some academic help? Morning Intervention is available all year for students to come in for extra help from teachers on Thursdays at 7:35 a.m. Students also have a daily “extra help” bell during the day to meet with their teachers.

  • Students are encouraged to bring water bottles this school year due to limiting drinking fountains. Water fill up stations will still be accessible. Cups will be provided for students that do not have a water bottle.

  • Interested in taking Driver’s Ed classes? Bick’s Driving School classes are starting August 30th. Students must attend all 6 sessions to complete the program. Registration forms can be picked up in the front office. For more information, call 513-722-1119, or Mr. Wright at 513-615-9114.

  • Become a PTO Member!  The PTO needs you to share your ideas, volunteer at events, plan fundraisers, and so much more!  Use the link to become a member and stay up to date on all the PTO information.  

Become a Member!

  • Each year the PTO and Athletic Boosters share the fundraising from the Football Concession Stand, and this fall there's room for you to HELP!  Sign up for one game, 3 hours of your time, to serve. 

Football Concession Stand 2021


Counselor's Corner

Check out important info from the guidance office by clicking the link below.

Counselor's Corner


School Nurse

Attention parents of 7th and 12th grade students. Please click the link below for important immunization information.



Looking Ahead

  • Jr./Sr. High School Picture Day: Thursday, August 26

  • Varsity Football vs. Western Hills: Friday August 27 | 7 p.m. (Lil Cats Night/Night of Champions)

  • Labor Day (No School): Monday, September 6

  • Board of Education Work Session: Tuesday, September 7 | 4:30 p.m.

  • Varsity Boys/Girls Soccer vs. CNE: Thursday, September 9 | 4 p.m. (American Heart Association Game and Spaghetti Dinner)

  • Varsity Football vs. Reading: Saturday, September 11 | 7 p.m. (Veterans & First Responders Night)

  • Band Competition at Wilmington: Saturday, September 18


In Case You Missed It


Welcome to the 2021-22 School Year!

Mr. Winterberger and Mrs. Robertson released a welcome letter featuring many of the key details you'll want to know before the start of the school year. This included bell schedules, Open House, school supplies, and much more! Click the link below to read the complete release:

Read the Full Release


Sandy's Closet Clothing Room Now Open

Sandy's Closet clothing room will now be open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. beginning August 9, 2021. If an evening appointment is needed please contact Patty Hadden.


We are extremely appreciative of donations of youth clothing for Sandy's Closet. The closet is only able to accept clothing for infants to adolescence. Please do not drop off adult clothing, high heel shoes, toys, baby furniture, or formal dresses.


Staying Connected

There are multiple ways to stay connected to Deer Park Jr./Sr. High School. Please see the attached flyer for ways to stay connected through Email, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. 

  • Newsletters: All parents who have completed FinalForms should receive Wildcat Weekly Newsletters. If you are not currently receiving them, please register for the e-mail communication. To register, simply go to and click on the button on the bottom of the page that says “Subscribe to District News”.

  • Twitter: Follow Deer Park Jr./Sr. High School for the most up-to-date news and happenings! @DeerParkHS, @DeerParkSchools and @dpcounselor.

  • Facebook: follow us at Deer Park Community City Schools and Deer Park Jr/Sr High School

  • Instagram: follow us at DPHS Principals



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