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Charles Cobb

Principal

 
Kristen Anisis
Associate Principal
Craig Evans
Associate Principal
Sean O'Brien
Associate Principal

 

Michelle Kwon
  Curriculum Associate 6-12 for ELA, Reading and Library
Christine Gill
  Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Mathematics and Business
Alison Branca
  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
  District Administrator for World Languages and ENL

 

Craig Evans
Dignity Act Coordinator
(631) 274-4110

 

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Upcoming Events and DPHS Information

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  • Monday, March 25th -- College Fair & NCAA Student - Athlete Workshop, 7 pm

  • Thursday, March 28th -- World Language Honor Society Induction, 7pm 

  • Thursday, April 4th -- Breakfast for Champions @ 8am

  • Thursday, April 4th -- International Poetry Festival @ 7pm

  • Friday, April 5th & Saturday, April 6th -- DPHS Musical @7pm

  • Wednesday, April 10th -- DPHS Open House for Incoming Freshmen @ 7pm

  • Friday, April 15th -- Sports Night @ 7pm

  • April 19th - April 26th -- Spring Holiday Recess, Schools Closed


 

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Congratulations

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Top Ten Students of the Class of 2019!

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Announcements

Determined Depre Climbs to the Top for MS

Determined High Schooler Depre Climbs to the Top for MS
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In an effort to make a difference for the fight against multiple sclerosis, Deer Park High School student Robert Depre ascended the Empire State Building on March 3 as part of the "MS Climb to the Top NYC” initiative. The 15-year-old, together with his sisters Jennifer and Stephanie, who joined him for the 28-minute climb, raised $1,365 for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

“I participated because I wanted to help people suffering from MS,” said Depre. “It was an awesome experience and I’d definitely participate again next year.”


Deer Park DECA Brings Home Four State Trophies

 Deer Park DECA Brings Home Four State Trophies
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A group of 28 business students from the high school’s DECA club recently competed at DECA’s New York State Career Development Conference in Rochester, with two pairs of Deer Park students earning trophies.    

Jasleen Kaur and Amar Qasir came in second place in the Financial Services team event, while Eiman Nawaz and Yasmeen Syedda-Hensley won fifth place in Travel & Tourism. These four trophy winners qualified to compete against more than 18,000 high school students from across the country and around the world at the International Career Development Conference in Orlando, Florida at the end of April.

Additional Deer Park standouts in the business battle against more than 2,000 high school students from across the state included top 10 scorers Isabella Coon and Logan Eisenberg for Financial Services, James Hope for Food Marketing, Saima Hoque for Principles of Finance, Omar Rahim for Human Resources, Alyssa Robb for Restaurant & Food Service Management, Tasfia Shaikh for Retail Merchandising, Chaim Shames for Business Finance, Keryn Shames for Financial Consulting, and Esteysy Yanes-Amaya for Personal Financial Literacy.

“Congratulations to all of the students on a job well done,” said DECA adviser Gregory Menig.

Additionally, Qasir was inducted into the New York DECA Honor Society for his outstanding grades and business studies.

A Night to Honor Deer Park’s Winter Athletes

A Night to Honor Deer Park’s Winter Athletes

The high school recognized outstanding athletic efforts by varsity teams on winter sports awards night, held on Feb. 28 at the high school’s auditorium. Members of the bowling, boys basketball, girls basketball, boys winter track, girls winter track, swimming and diving, and wrestling teams were honored with certificates and plaques, including Most Valuable Player awards, Coaches Awards, Spirit Awards and Scholar-Athlete awards.

“I want to show appreciation for the hard work and dedication that our coaches and athletes show regularly,” said Athletic Director Dominick Fontana. “For the coaches, it’s getting through a whole season and making it the best possible experience for our athletes, and for our athletes, it’s putting everything else aside to make athletics a high priority in their lives. I would also like to thank the Booster Club’s fundraising efforts.”

Red Cross Club Thanks Local Firefighters

Red Cross Club Thanks Local Firefighters
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Honoring local volunteer heroes, members of the high school's Red Cross Club recently made and delivered 102 thank-you cards to for members of the Deer Park Fire Department.


High School Clubs Promote Positivity on P.S. I Love You Day

High School Clubs Promote Positivity on P.S. I Love You Day

In a joint effort for P.S. I Love You Day between two high school groups, the Student Council Club, led by counselors Rachel Glaubach and Jessica Negron, and the Community Service Club, led by Christine DiProperzio, decorated the showcase in the main lobby, displaying posters and pictures made by students. P.S. I Love You Day, held on Feb. 8, promotes positive messages of love, acceptance and community and to take a stand against bullying. Club members also put individual quotes on classroom doors, all student lockers and all staff members' office doors, and also wrote some quotes on bathroom mirrors so that as students looked at themselves, they would be reminded how wonderful each of them truly are.

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