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Charles Cobb
Principal
Principal's Message
 
Kristen Anisis
Associate Principal
Craig Evans
Associate Principal
Sean O'Brien
Associate Principal

Michelle Kwon   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for ELA, Reading and Library
James Henry    Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Mathematics and Business
David Knuffke   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Science and Technology
Heather Stewart   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Social Studies and FACS
Bradley Murphy   Curriculum Associate K-12 for Fine and Performing Arts
Ashley Rosenberg   Curriculum Associate K-12 for World Languages and ENL

Craig Evans
Dignity Act Coordinator
(631) 274-4110

 


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Announcements

Deer Park’s Dorney to Play Lax for Wagner

Deer Park’s Dorney to Play Lax for Wagner

High school senior athlete Kasey Dorney signed a national letter of intent on Nov. 28 to play lacrosse for Wagner College in Staten Island, where she will major in nursing. A lacrosse midfielder, Dorney earned All-County status in soccer and All-County Honorable Mention in lacrosse during her Deer Park sports career.

“I loved the coaches and the atmosphere,” said Dorney of her choice of Wagner.

Eighteen HS Students Honored for Exceptional Character

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Eighteen notable students at the high school were recognized by their teachers and school administrators on Nov. 9 at the annual fall Breakfast for Champions. Each fall and spring, student champions are chosen by each of the school’s departments, alongside principal’s and teacher’s champions, and are lauded by the educators and presented with plaques in front of their attending families. Deer Park’s string ensemble provided the music for the event, held in the school library.

The fall 2017 Breakfast for Champions honorees were Alexa Arbore (art), Kiera Blake (family and consumer science), Michael Catanzaro (performing arts), Melissa Fisk (technology), Lynne Gbadamosi (Principal’s Award), Brianna Huffstead (science), Mohamed Khan (health), Anthony Machuca (world languages), Daniela Paz Rodriguez (English as a new language), Vito Piazza (Teacher’s Award), Tarque Rahman (business), Ashley Ronquillo (guidance), Brayan Sanchez (math), Tabbatha Sanchez (English language arts), Alexa Skoubas (physical education), Yonis Velasquez Garcia (social studies) and James Wahl (athletics).

“These students have continually demonstrated exceptional character and conduct,” said Associate Principal Kristen Anisis. “They have overcome obstacles, shown outstanding effort in their classes, and have made significant contributions to our school.”  


Thanksgiving Comes Early for FACS Students

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High school family and consumer science teacher Patricia Skjoldahl’s culinary arts students enjoyed an early Thanksgiving this year, prepping a full traditional Thanksgiving dinner with all the fixings. This holiday cooking curriculum was highlighted by a visit from Associate Principal Craig Evans who provided a demonstration on carving a turkey, including preparation, safety, presentation and skills. Afterwards, the students sat for their very own Deer Park FACS feast.

Sixteen Studious AP Scholars Recognized

Sixteen Studious AP Scholars Recognized

Sixteen studious seniors were named AP Scholars with Distinction and AP Scholars with Honor for 2017 by the College Board’s Advanced Placement Program, which offers several levels of AP Scholar awards to honor high school students who demonstrate college-level achievement via AP courses and exams.

Winners from Deer Park’s Class of 2017 included eight AP Scholars with Distinction (Saraf Faruk, Navan Hassan, Fabiha Khan, Lauren Leon, Bianca Punger, Catherine Taipe, Danielle Tirado and Megan Zhang), and eight AP Scholars with Honor (William Buckley, Isabella Colacioppo, Tori DiTomaso, Wasif Islam, Vicken Khazar, Alan Korsiak, Jamie Oddo, Kailey Tenn).


Freshmen Focus on Careers at Deer Park’s Day of Discussion

Freshmen Focus on Careers at Deer Park’s Day of Discussion

The high school’s freshmen recently got a head start on career ideas as they participated in the school’s annual Career Day, meeting and talking about jobs and entrepreneurship with dozens of presenters from a variety of different careers including banking, health care, law enforcement, nursing, law, psychology, fiction writing, marketing and social work. These professionals included Deer Park alumni, members of the Deer Park Chamber of Commerce, local business owners and parents of current students.

Rob Pannell, a much-awarded legendary lacrosse player for Cornell University and the New York Lizards, kicked the event off with a well-received keynote speech.  

“Career Day 2017 was a great success,” said business teacher Jill Perry-Eising. “It is a large event to coordinate, and we couldn’t have run the event without the enthusiastic cooperation our local business community.”



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