Deer Park, Ohio Government Links of Interest
Park - Silverton Joint Fire District Web Site. History
Park Park Information web site with contact and event information.
Park Historical Society Deer Park History and Information
Champions After School Program is now enrolling at Holmes Primary!*
Discover our great solution for busy
families: fun activities and homework help all in one safe, convenient
- Homework Support: up to 60 minutes
of quiet homework time daily
- Engaging Educational Planned
Activities: up to 25 planned activities provided weekly
- Experienced Staff: Fully trained
staff ready to make out-of-school time rewarding!
- Located right at the school: Based
in the multipurpose room at Holmes Primary for an easy pick up!
Champions After School
Monday-Friday: School release-6:00pm
For more information: Visit us in the
multipurpose room during program hours, call us at
513-658-7283, or email Diana Owens, Area Manager, at
Space is limited!
Ohio City Schools Link
Deer Park Community School District is located in a two-square mile,
small-town environment and is a hidden gem of the Cincinnati metropolitan
area. About 10 miles north of downtown Cincinnati, it includes the city of
Deer Park, a part of Sycamore Township and a small portion of the city of
Silverton. The intimate community setting includes both the comfort and
security of a small-town school system and the benefits of an outstanding
suburban educational program.
What began as a one-room schoolhouse in 1826 has grown to a four-building
system. Each Deer Park school is strategically located, providing
convenient proximity to students; it is a "walking" school district. Buses
are used only to transport students to the Great Oaks Institute of
Technology and Career Development, athletic events, musical performances
and competitions, special education programs and class field trips. There
are nearly 6,000 homes in the district.
Education with a personal touch is a hallmark of the Deer Park Community
City school system. It is not uncommon for multiple generations of a family
to have raised and educated their children in the district. Many young
people move back to the district when they choose to buy a home and raise a
family. Because of its size, high school students have a chance to
participate in athletics, drama, sports and clubs at the same time, if they
wish. Teachers know students and their parents well. There is a strong
sense of pride and involvement by many alumni and community members.
The district not only welcomes, but encourages all members of the community
to be involved. Volunteer opportunities are numerous and range from helping
out in the classroom to serving on various district community groups.
Johns Catholic Church
Pictures of St. Johns
Community Information Links
Deer Park, Ohio History
Park Public Library
Other Web Sites of Interest to People Living
in or Near Deer Park, Ohio. Some of Deer Park's Local Business.
The Old Crumley - Jones and Crumley.
- Information -
- St. Johns - Fire
Department - Memories -
Map of Deer Park Ohio - Local
Emergencies - 911
Police Department - 791-8056
Fire/EMS Department - 791-2500
Administration Office - 794-8860
Gas emergencies - 651-4466
Electric emergencies - 651-4182
This web site is dedicated to Helen
Camp and J. Henry Camp
Who had for many years lived in and worked very hard to improve the City
of Deer Park
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