Deptford Township School District

Deptford Township High School

Welcome to Deptford Township High School

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At Deptford Township High School it is our goal to develop, cultivate, guide and mature young individuals for the rigors of today’s society and to assist them in becoming productive citizens in the 21st century. It is the mission of Deptford Township High School to foster learning through a rigorous curriculum, creative teaching, and the use of data to create the necessary conversations and corresponding actions to redefine the expectations for the students in DTHS. The task is large but the workers are many, from the teachers, to the parents, to the administration, we are the caretakers of the students that walk though the doors of Deptford Township High School. It is our responsibility to take all of the students who walk the hallways of DTHS, and prepare them to be the best they can in their post high school endeavors.

ATTENTION DEPTFORD HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS!!!!

Good Morning Deptford High School Students,

I would like to take this opportunity to once again welcome you to the 2018-2019 school year.  The entire school staff is eagerly awaiting the start of our new school year. During the first day of school we will be having class meetings during your extended advisory.  At this meeting your class advisors will be going over things you will need to know for the year. You will also be introduced to your new school administrative team. Please remember you are coming to school and need to act and dress in an appropriate manner. I would like to remind everyone that NO HEADPHONES, PHONES OR EARBUDS are permitted in the hallways at any time.  Another item I would like to remind you of is the dress code.  Shorts and skirts need to be worn at an appropriate (fingertip) length.  No holes or skin is permitted to be showing above fingertip length. All shirts need to have sleeves or at minimum a 2 finger width strap that goes over the shoulder.

The above mentioned items, along with our other school policies and procedures, have been put in place to make our school a safe environment that is conducive to learning.  Along with the entire high school staff, I would like to thank all of you in advance for your cooperation. We look forward to seeing everyone on Thursday 9/6/2018.

Mr. Lebb

Principal

Deptford High School

Chain of Command Information.

Dear Deptford Family,

One of the top goals of Deptford School District administration is to provide open and transparent lines of communication with all district stakeholders.

As there have been some changes in our district administrative positions, we would like to provide everyone with an updated Chain of Command chart.  If at any time you have a question, concern, or compliment to share, we ask that you please contact the first appropriate person within the chain.  In doing so, we can meet your needs in an efficient and professional manner.

We thank you in advance for your kind adherence to this policy and we look forward to working together to provide the best possible education for our scholars.

Sincerely,

Arthur E. Dietz
Superintendent of Schools

Click here for the Updated Chain of Command chart.

District Anti-Bullying Coordinator

Michael Nicely
Blackwood Terrace Administration Building
2022 Good Intent Road
Deptford, NJ 08096
856-232-2700 ext. 3502
nicely.m@deptford.k12.nj.us

Additional walking area for Deptford High School

Deptford High School:
Cooper Street from the end of Bruce and Craig, including Orchid Court to Jones Avenue.
All of Jones Avenue, Schollcrest Avenue, Sickle Lane, Comet Circle, Mystic  Court,  Crestview Drive,
Spartan Court and including 1725 Good Intent Road.  Good Intent Road from 1725 Good Intent
To Deptford HS.

Upcoming Events

Project Graduation Vendor Sale December 6th High School Cafeteria from 6:00pm to 9:00pm

ACCESS THE 2018-19 COURSE SELECTION BOOK HERE!

HS Course Bulletin 2018-19 – Revised 2-28-18

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CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW FOR THE 2018-19 PHYSICAL FORM

2018-19 PHYSICAL FORM INSTRUCTIONS HEALTH HISTORY UPDATE

Athletes must have an approved physical on file and a parent/guardian must complete the online registration in order to participate in athletics.  If you are having difficulty with the registration site please contact Irv McFarland III in the Activities and Athletics office   856-232-2713 x 2581(hit * before dialing the extension)

Important District Information

A Day About Giving

On Saturday, over 30 volunteers from Deptford Township Schools and many more from across South Jersey came together to help remind children what this holiday season is all about.

Alumni Spotlight – Ryan McKenna 2011

2011 Graduate Ryan McKenna is currently finishing his last year at the United States Air Force Academy.

Deptford High School Academies

Parent Information Night AND Open House for Academies

Deptford High School Cafeteria 

Tuesday, December 11th

7:00 PM

Project Graduation Vendor Sale December 6th

Help Support Project Graduation by coming to the Vendor Sale Dec 6th, from 6:00PM to 9:00PM at the Deptford High School Cafeteria.

See Attached for additional Information.

School Announcements

Deptford High School Academies

Parent Information Night AND Open House for Academies

Deptford High School Cafeteria 

Tuesday, December 11th

7:00 PM

DTHSAA Flag Football Game Postponed

YEARBOOKS- NOW ON SALE!!

Sale Tiers- $100 from now through September 30th **Best Value- order early!!!
$115 From October 1st through November 30th
$130 From December 1st through January 23rd

 

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State testing requirements for graduation

Please click this link to view NJ State graduation requirements.

Graduation Assessment Requirement Parent Letter Official

School News

The FBLA National Awards Program

Future Business Leader’s of America and Spartan School of Business members competed in the FBLA Southern Regional Business Competitions on December 5th.  They certainly dressed the part (professionally) and gave their best efforts.  Winners will qualify for the state-level competition and conference in Atlantic City.

The FBLA National Awards Program, also known as competitive events, recognizes and rewards excellence in a broad range of business and career-related areas. FBLA competitive events also prepare students for successful careers in business by providing opportunities to apply classroom concepts in a workforce-simulated competitive environment.

Shoa Moosavi, Chris Deeley

Brady Dunn, Eugene Lutz

Sophie Vu, Sal D’Amico, Kalani Hoffman, William Aguire

Frank DiPietro, Hunter Dickson

These are the senior members and founding students of the business academy.

2018 Color Run/Walk for Hunger

Color Run Web Site/Registration

YEARBOOK SALE!!

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