Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year. At Deep Run Elementary School, we take pride in ensuring that our vision for students provides them with opportunities to be successful and productive citizens. With over 750 students and 140 staff members, Deep Run is a busy, vibrant and engaged learning environment in which students flourish, grow and succeed. Our staff values the connections we make with our community, our families and our students. Our instructional practices align with our school system's Strategic Call to Action: Learning and Leading with Equity. They reflect the belief that every student should possess the skills, knowledge, and confidence to positively influence the larger community.
By working in partnership with our families and community, we help to ensure that Deep Run Elementary School is a place that values family and community engagement. We hope you will take a moment to look at our web site, read about the exciting things taking place daily at our school, and use our web site as a tool for connecting with us.
Deep Run students are reminded daily of the expectations and responsibilities that come with being a member of the Deep Run school community. Our Deep Run Rangers are engaged, kind, and responsible. It's our expectation that our students demonstrate positive behavior in every school setting and within our community. We hope you will join us in nurturing the development of our students so they become productive members of our community.
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Deep Run Elementary School
Fast facts about Deep Run ES listing special programs, total enrollment, accomplishments and more.
MSDE Individual School
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With a focus on instruction as a birth-through-graduation continuum, Community Superintendents better position the school system to support students throughout their entire journey with HCPSS. View community superintendents by regional area.
Community Superintendent Area 2: Theo Cramer
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DRES BOE Representative: Christina Delmont-Small