Principal: Shannon Middleton
Assistant Principal: Billie Sass
8636 Trouble Creek Road

New Port Richey, FL 34653
Phone: (727) 774-8900
Fax: (727) 774-8991

Order your Deer Park Yearbook Today!

It’s that time of the year again! Yearbook Order Forms are here!

 

Please click the image below to print the Yearbook Order Form.

Parent Input Survey

Hello Parents!

It’s that time of year when we start looking towards next school year to preplan and improve our school. As part of our team, we want to get parent input in our process. We hope you consider taking a few moments to provide input, so that we can continue to work on being the best school we can be. The survey window will run  from 1/30/23-2/17/23.  The link to provide your input is: https://forms.gle/4ehV3S4AQrxuWj7U7 We look forward to hearing your ideas!

Great American Teach In – Friday, February 24th

Friday, February 24th, Deer Park Elementary School will be participating in the Great American Teach In. But we need your help!

Do you have a career, hobby, or passion that you’d like to share with our students here at Deer Park? If so, we invite you to sign-up to be a presenter for The Great American Teach-In on February 24th.

The Great American Teach In is a wonderful initiative that Pasco County Schools participates in as a career day to invite guest speakers to campus to speak with our students about their careers. This is a great opportunity for our school to be involved with the community and broaden the horizons of our students.

If you or someone you know would be interested in speaking with our students on February 24th, please take a moment to fill out our volunteer form. Please either print and return the form linked here OR fill out the form using our google form link. You only need to fill out one. The deadline to submit the form is February 3.

We look forward to seeing you!

Chorus Announcements

Please read the chorus announcements provided below.

Chorus Announcements

Changes to School Time and Dates – Hurricane Day Update

Hurricane Makeup Days and School Time change

 

After consulting with the state, we have now confirmed that we will have to make up some of the lost student instructional time we experienced due to Hurricane Ian.

In an effort to preserve both the Thanksgiving and Winter Breaks, the District intends to make up the needed instructional time during Semester 2, so there are no changes to our calendar in Semester 1 and the Thanksgiving and Winter Breaks will be preserved.

Additionally, to make up the lost student instructional time lost due to Hurricane Nicole, Pasco County School Days will be starting 4 minutes early beginning January 3 through the end of the school.

The make-up time will occur as follows:

  • January 3, a Tuesday, will be a regular school day for students and staff. That means students will return on Tuesday, a day early after the two-week Winter Break.
  • February 20, a Monday, will be a regular school day for students and teachers. It is currently on the calendar as a non-school day for students and teachers, and is Presidents Day.
  • All Early Release Days in Semester 2 will be FULL school days. That includes January 11, February 1, March 8, and April 12. By shifting those days to full school days, we are able to make up the equivalent of two school days. The Early Release Days in Semester 1 will remain unchanged.
  • ADDITIONALLY Schools will start 4 minutes early for Semester 2 – For Deer Park Elementary the new start time is 8:06. This will start January 3 and continue for the remainder of the school year.

SCHOOL NEWS

Parent Input Survey

Parent Input Survey

Hello Parents! It’s that time of year when we start looking towards next school year to preplan and improve our school. As part of our team, we want to get parent input in our process. We hope you consider taking a few moments to provide input, so that we can continue...

Questions?

Have a question or want to provide feedback? You’re in the right place! Let’s Talk! is designed to streamline communication by giving you a central location to submit a question, concern, or comment. Provide your contact information and someone from our school will get back to you very soon.

Safety Information

In order to protect the health and safety of employees and students, those who access Pasco County School locations must self-screen for symptoms and other risk factors of COVID-19. If you answer yes to any of the questions, you should NOT be on a school campus or in a district office. The screeners are accessible on our Covid-19 Screeners page.