Registration cards must be returned by next Tuesday, April 11
8th Grade Caring Community Class presents a benefit concert featuring Chris Crump from NBC's The Voice and MORE!
Nine films pass qualifying round and are up for public vote
Save any important files to another location, such as OneDrive. Click here for more information.
For the first time in DPISD, a junior high choir was selected to perform at the state convention for music educators
Click here for more information about endorsements, pathways, electives, and more
Add "dp-" to the beginning of your old password to log in to Canvas
Several events and activities are scheduled throughout the spring to prepare for 2017-2018
In the month of December, DPJH students can join millions of students worldwide in this learning event
In order to receive their district iPad, students MUST return signed iPad Oath and pay $50 iPad Insurance Fee.
On Tuesday, November 15th, Texas-native author P. J. Hoover will speak to students and sign books for students
Students are invited to dress up as a favorite book character on 10/31
Mr. Wegman returns to DPJH as an AP, replacing Mr. Greene who is now a principal elsewhere in DPISD
First period will still begin at 8:15, but the school day will end at 3:30
No students will be issued a locker for the 2016-2017 school year
Summer reading is required for students entering PAP ELA classes for the 2016-2017 school year, or extra credit for those in regular classes
Students will all be allowed to carry backpacks to classes
All students are encouraged to bring certain items to send to our troops stationed overseas. Click here for more info.
Come to the DPJH Girls' Gym on Tuesday, November 1 to learn about your student's iPad that they will be given in January 2017
DPJH students placed items representing 2016 in a time capsule containing items from 1966 to be opened in 2066
The students who organized the Colorful Future 5K presented the proceeds to Jeremy and Jonathan at an assembly on Tuesday, April 5
Band, Choir, and Orchestra earned superior and excellent scores at UIL Stage and Sightreading competitions.
The time capsule that was originally placed behind the cornerstone in 1966 will be replaced and supplemented with 2016 items
Over the next few months, students will be registering for next year's classes. Click for more information.
The Colorful Future 5K will be March 5 at Dow Park at 8am.
Items collected in March of 1966 by the Grand Lodge of Deer Park are extracted in preparation for the 50th Anniversary
Former students and staff returned to DPJH to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the school
On March 11, 6th graders will explore STEM activities at San Jacinto College
As part of Red Ribbon Week, teachers and students dressed as book characters
Click here to see pictures of "I Love My Drug-Free Selfie"
As part of the State of Texas's Student Success Initiative, 8th graders must pass Math and Reading STAAR tests
Mark your calendars for January 19th for an evening of memories celebrating 50 years at DPJH
Parents volunteering in the schools for Watch DOGS and other programs need their criminal history check taken care of in advance.
7th graders will have backpacks and iPads next year, and we've tried to answer some frequently asked questions about these upcoming changes
Getting ready for next school year? Click here to find the school supply lists.
Eighth grader Matthew M.'s essay was selected by the state of Texas as a finalist for the Do the Write Thing contest.
5K will be April 11 at 8:15am and costs $20 for adults or $10 for youth if you register before March 14
Final projects are due March 12. Science Fair Exhibition will be April 2nd.
The class with the most will win a pizza party as we raise money for our school library
Sign-ups begin February 12, and a mandatory parent meeting will be February 17
Six 8th graders are organizing a 5K to raise money to pay for Nancy Huffman's kidney transplant
Click here to see our 2013-2014 School Report Card from the Texas Education Agency
With an undefeated 7-0 record this season, the 8A team has won this honor for the first time since 1998.
Click here to read Dr. Regan's letter about today's fire alarm
During the last week of October, DPJH encourages students to be drug- and violence-free.
During the week of October 13-17, student will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities for Teen Read Week
Students must pass the Reading and Math STAAR tests to advance to 9th grade
Head Football Coach Kyle McLaughlin answers some FAQ's for the players and their parents
Watch this video of the administration of DPJH accepting the ice bucket challenge and passing it on to the district administration.
The first day of school for students is Monday, August 25th. Click here for the calendar for all year.
Get ready for 2014-2015 at DPJH by getting your school supplies now!
Summer reading lists for junior high and high school ELA classes. Click the link above to see the lists and assignments.
With the hours and hours spent in the digital world, DPJH wants students and parents to be Cyber Safe!
Click on the headline above
Deer Park Chamber of Commerce and the Deer Park Education Foundation have invited the Boys Choir to sing
Thanks to a huge outpouring of support from the community, the 5K was a huge success!
Nancy Huffman's 2nd period class chose to organize a toy drive for their Fawn Tracks Program, collecting almost 500 toys for local children.
Use this program to practice your multiplication skills!
Turn in your order form and $25 to the front office to purchase a yearbook made by our PTO
This year, all sixth graders will take part in planning and implementing a class-wide service project.
Dads of Great Kids (D.O.G.S.) are invited to come back to school!
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