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  • A safe environment is essential for learning.
  • Everyone can and will learn.
  • Nurturing relationships and caring environments are necessary for individuals to thrive.
  • Every person is unique and has equal worth.
  • Diversity is a valuable asset that strengthens and enriches our community.
  • Education is the shared responsibility of students, families, teachers, staff and community.
Shared Beliefs / Philosophy
  • A safe environment is essential for learning.
  • Everyone can and will learn.
  • Nurturing relationships and caring environments are necessary for individuals to thrive.
  • Every person is unique and has equal worth.
  • Diversity is a valuable asset that strengthens and enriches our community.
  • Education is the shared responsibility of students, families, teachers, staff and community.

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Faces of DeputyDeputy Elementary School has worked to create a challenging, safe, and rewarding environment for all students. Led by dedicated staff and teachers, we are supported by a long tradition of parental involvement.  We are proud to provide superior educational and developmental opportunities for our students while having a positive impact on our surrounding community.

Mission Statement
Deputy Elementary students will be independent learners who have the skills to become whatever they choose.

Our mission at Deputy Elementary School, in cooperation with the parents and the community, is to prepare our students academically, socially, and emotionally in a positive and safe learning environment. We strive to provide them with the knowledge and the necessary skills to think critically and make wise decisions in a multicultural world. Our intent is to empower each and every child to meet the challenges of the the world around them. 

Vision Statement
Deputy Elementary students will be well rounded students whose achievement data will reflect 100% mastery of language and math skills at each grade level.

Deputy Elementary School is a school in which every adult who works with students has the highest expectations for the students and the belief that each and every child can and will realize his or her potential. Staff members strive to make each child feel safe, secure, and special by providing the most nurturing environment possible. The end result at Deputy, EVERYONE WILL BE "PAWS"ome!

Deputy Cheer Squad

The Cheer Squad is available to students of all ages and supports the basketball teams during the season in November and December. This is an umbrella program of our Deputy PTO.  Please contact the main office for additional information.

Deputy Little League

Deputy Little League is a summer activity running in May and June.  Participation is available for any student entering Kindergarten in August through age 16.  
The leagues include t-ball, baseball, and slow pitch softball and is home to nearly 500 kids from neighboring communities and counties.  This is an umbrella program of our Deputy PTO. Please contact the main office for additional information.

Kitchen Helpers

The Kitchen Helpers are a group of student volunteers of all ages who choose to stay and help our cafeteria staff clean up following lunch instead of going to recess.  They are a big help when it comes to taking out the trash, breaking down the boxes, or simply helping to tidy up!  These students are great servant leaders!

Math Bowl

The Math Bowl team is an activity for students in Grades 4 and 5.  Our team is coached by building teachers and focuses on mastering grade appropriate math and problem solving skills.  Students are encouraged to work a wide variety of problems in preparation for local and regional competitions.  

As with Spell Bowl, the Math Bowl teams are a great introduction to the competitive academic team environment where students are pushed to study independently, outside of class time to achieve excellence in mathematics.

Morning Helpers

The Morning Helpers are 5th grade students who serve as a teacher assistant in the primary grades.  These students are available to assist fellow students in Grades K through 2 to ensure their iPads are ready for the day, help them get unpacked and organized for the day, assist with snacks, or take lunch count.  It is always encouraging to have a helping hand first thing in the morning!

NASP Archery Program

The Deputy Deadeye Archery program is available to students in Grades 4 and 5. Some students in Grade 3 may participate with Principal approval.

Teaching the basics of the sport and progressing as skills are developed, these students have scholarship opportunities if they continue through high school and state levels.

Running Club

Our running club is available to students of all ages who are interested in training for The Annual Molly Dattilo 5k Run Walk and Elementary Races.  Held each year in May, local volunteer coaches, parents, and teachers help train students to compete in either a mile dash or the 5K run.  Our school is always well represented and this is a great way to get active with your friends for a great cause!

Spell Bowl

We have a Primary Spell Bowl team for students in Grades 2 and 3 and an Intermediate Spell Bowl team for students in Grades 4 and 5.  Each team is coached by building teachers and focuses on mastering grade appropriate spelling lists consisting of hundreds of words.  Students are given a practice list, try-out, and are selected for the team based on their accuracy.

If chosen for the team, students can count on lots of extra time after school (both on-site and homework type practice) to practice in preparation for local and regional competitions. Our Spell Bowl teams are very competitive and the students really enjoy the camaraderie the experience provides and is a great introduction to academic teams.

Student Council

Panther Pride is a leadership opportunity for students in Grades 4 and 5. This student group spearheads the majority of the service project for Deputy Elementary.  They oversee our food drives, sponsor our Christmas Angel Tree, and create other opportunities for our students to serve others.  

These students are selected by their fellow students. There are traditional officer positions in place to begin the experience of serving on boards with formal processes.
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Student Device Repair/Replacement Costs

Insurance is highly recommended and offered at the beginning of each school year from Repair Watch. If insurance is not purchased repair expenses are listed below for both the Chromebook and iPad Air 2 devices. If necessary, repair expenses are the responsibility of the student/family and will be charged at our cost.

Each student is asked to sign a detailed Technology Agreement which outlines care and use when devices are distributed.

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Dell Chromebook 3120 & 3180

Chromebook Replacement $238.00
Charger $17.00
Screen $30.00
Motherboard $107.00
Power Jack $8.00
Hingeset $12.00
Daughter Board $18.00
Wifi Card $10.00
Touchpad $22.00
Keyboard =$45.00
Bottom Cover $16.00
LCD Bezel $20.00
LCD Back Cover (Top Cover) $25.00
Battery $39.00
LCD Cable $11.00

iPad Air and iPad Air 2 Device (new)
iPad Air Lightning to USB cable $10.00
iPad Air Apple USB Power Adapter $10.00
iPad Air Glass/Digitizer Repair $79.00
iPad Air LCD Repair $99.00
iPad Air Glass/Digitizer and LCD Repair $129.00
iPad Air Battery Repair $59.00
iPad Air Charging Port Removal Repair $59.00
iPad Air Charging Port Repair $59.00

iPad Air Dent Removal Service $59.00
iPad Air Front Facing Camera Repair $59.00
iPad Air Headphone Jack Removal Repair $59.00
iPad Air Headphone Jack Repair $59.00
iPad Air Home Button Repair $59.00
iPad Air Microphone Repair $59.00
iPad Air Power/Lock Button Repair $59.00
iPad Air Rear Facing Camera Repair $59.00
iPad Air Reseat Cables/Buttons $59.00
iPad Air Software Restore $59.00
iPad Air Speaker Repair $59.00
iPad Air Volume Button Repair $59.00
iPad Air Wi­Fi Antenna Repair $59.00
iPad Air 2 Retina Glass/Digitizer and LCD Repair $179.00
iPad Air2 Lightening to USB cable $10.00
iPad Air2 Apple USB Power Adapter $10.00
iPad Air 2 Battery Repair $59.00
iPad Air 2 Charging Port Removal Repair $59.00
iPad Air 2 Charging Port Repair $59.00
iPad Air 2 Dent Removal Repair $59.00
iPad Air 2 Front Facing Camera Repair $59.00
iPad Air 2 Headphone Jack Removal Service $59.00
iPad Air 2 Headphone Jack Repair $59.00
iPad Air 2 Home Button Repair $59.00
iPad Air 2 Microphone Repair $59.00
iPad Air 2 Power/Lock Button Repair $59.00
iPad Air 2 Rear Facing Camera Repair $59.00
iPad Air 2 Reseat Cables/Buttons $59.00
iPad Air 2 Software Restore $59.00
iPad Air 2 Speaker Repair $59.00
iPad Air 2 Volume Button Repair $59.00
iPad Air 2 Wi­Fi Antenna Repair $59.00


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