ELO at Deering High School

ELO at Deering High School

Program at a Glance

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Freshmen Mock Interviews

Reading is an important cognitive function for children to learn. Take every opportunity you can to read with your child. Make the kitchen, living room, and their bedrooms, into “reading zones” and devote some time every day to reading short stories, homework, or anything that is particularly challenging for them.

Junior Job Shadow

Games can be exceptional learning tools. Board games, card games, memory games and word games subtly engage a child in learning essential problem solving skills, while ensuring they have fun! Showing them how much fun learning can be will make them more eager to learn.


Computers, tablets, and mobile devices have access to all sorts of educational resources that can help your child learn in a collection of different ways. From games to writing to reading, technology offers a number of different ways to engage kids as they learn. Don’t be scared to let them get used to technology, the sooner they learn about the devices, the more comfortable they will be when using them in the future.

Senior Capstone

Remember to encourage your children through the learning process. Positive reinforcement goes a long way in helping a developing mind absorb information. Mistakes should not be cause for concern. Instead, view them as learning opportunities and help your child realize where, and how, they can improve.

Community Service

Any student, grades 9-12, can serve community service for a number of reasons. The hours may be part of a requirement of a class, such as Global Issues, or the student may just want to serve the community. Community service is encouraged and can be the first step in learning more about job shadowing and internships. We are building community partnerships as we find new places to connect with for our students.

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