School Announcements:

  • Our Bell Schedule:
    7:50 am: Tardy Bell
    8:00 am: Instruction Begins
    2:25 pm: Car Riders/Daycare Van Dismissal
    2:30 pm: Bus Rider/Boys & Girls Club Dismissal
    Deep River Elementary Student Dress Code:
    • Any solid, striped, plain or polka dotted short or long sleeved polo style collared shirt with buttons. No graphics.
    • Solid long sleeved shirts or turtlenecks may be worn under the polo shirt or a solid colored sweatshirt may be worn over the polo shirt.
    • Khaki, black, brown, navy or solid colored bottoms that fit properly.
    • Shorts, skirts, skorts and jumpers are acceptable at a dollar bill width (2½ inches) above the knee or longer.
    • Shoes are to be properly secured/fastened/tied rubber soled shoes (no crocs, sandals or high heels).
    • No denim or gym clothes (no active wear/jogging/yoga/knit bottoms).
    • Coats/jackets must be worn outside only.
    • All clothing must fit and not be baggy, long or sagging. In such cases, shirts will be tucked in and/or a belt required.
    • Student dress, hair, and grooming must be appropriate, safe and not disruptive to the educational environment.
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Lee County Schools’ students will not lose their spring break or go to school on Saturdays under a make-up plan for days missed in February due to snow.  The plan, approved by the Lee County Board of Education, adds 15 minutes to the school day.  The longer school day will begin on March 4 and continue through June 9 for students.  State calendar law allows school districts the option of 185 school days or 1025 instructional hours for students.  The additional minutes added to the school day will allow the district to meet the hour requirement.  The Board of Education also revised the traditional calendar to add a teacher workday on Election Day - Tuesday, May 6.  Nine schools in the district are used by the Lee County Board of Elections as polling places.  This change was prompted by the volume of voters expected at the polls during the May primary.

Read To Achieve is a part of the Excellent Public Schools Act which became law in July of 2012 and is effective for the 2013-14 school year. This video is comprised of information that provides an overview of the Read to Achieve program.

Become a FAN of Deep River School on the Volunteer Lee website!
Deep River is now up and running on the Volunteer Lee Website of Lee County.  Parents may visit the website, create a login, and become “a fan” of Deep River School.  You will receive and email every time we post a need for our school.  Volunteers are needed and greatly appreciated! Please visit the Volunteer Lee website!

What are our awesome Bus Drivers & Staff up to now??? Watch this very entertaining bus safety video to see the positive things we are doing to help keep our students safe!
Deep River Staff Webpage of the Month!
Mrs. Babcock, one of our Kindergarten teachers, has been selected as the Deep River staff Webpage of the Month!  You may visit her website here.

Excellence in Administration!
We are so excited to announce that Mrs. Lundy, our principal, and Mrs. Rosser, our assistant principal, have been selected by their peers as Lee County Principal of the Year and Lee County Assistant Principal of the Year!  This is a much-deserved honor for both Mrs. Lundy and Mrs. Rosser.  We are very thankful these wonderful administrators are receiving the recognition they deserve. Congratulations!! 

New Deep River T-Shirts Now Available for Purchase, in RED!
In sizes Youth small-large ($10) and Adult small-xxx large ($10, XXL and XXXL $12)!
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 Harris Teeter
Deep River Elementary is now participating in the Harris Teeter VIC card Together in Education program.  Please sign up via this website, or fill out the form sent home, and a percentage of your grocery bill will benefit Deep River Elementary.
 Supply Lists for 2013/2014 School Year:

New eRecycling Program at Deep River
 Do you have small electronic items that are old or no longer work?  We especially are looking for old cell phones, MP3 players, iPods, digital camera, and empty ink and toner cartridges.  First grade is participating in an eRecycling program in order to raise money for planters, flowers, bird feeders and the like for the school.  Thank you for your support!
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