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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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  • Thursday, May 2nd -- DPHS Blood Drive

  • Saturday, May 4th -- SAT exam @ DPHS -- 8am

  • May 6th - May 17th -- AP Exams & K-12 NYSESLAT testing

  • Monday, May 16th -- Quarter 4 Progress Reports available

  • Tuesday, May 21st -- Districtwide School Budget Vote and BOE trustee elections @ DPHS gym -- 7am - 9pm

  • Tuesday, May 21st -- Districtwide STEAM Exp @ DPHS, 6 - 8:30pm

  • May 22nd - 23rd -- Spring Concerts @ 7pm

  • Monday, May 27th -- Memorial Day, Schools Closed

  • Thursday, May 30th -- Varsity Sports Recognition Ceremony @ 6pm

  • Friday, May 31st -- DPHS Boys' Sports Physicals

 


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Congratulations

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Top Ten Students of the Class of 2019!

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Announcements

Scenes from the STE@M Expo

Scenes from the STE@M Expo

The district’s annual STE@M Expo, held at the high school on the night of May 21, featured an exciting exhibition of student-created works and events from Deer Park’s science, technology, engineering, arts and math programs. Families visiting to vote on the budget enjoyed a variety of displays from live string music and theater to science fair projects, dragster races and art displays.

 



Baseball Field Dedicated to Carmine Argenziano

Baseball Field Dedicated to Carmine Argenziano

The high school unveiled Carmine Argenziano Baseball Field, dedicated in honor of the former coach, in a May 14 ceremony dominated by moving speeches from family and colleagues such as Board of Education trustee Al Centamore.

Argenziano had a storied three-decade career in Deer Park highlighted by a dozen league championships. His teams included the 1980 Suffolk County and Long Island champions; the 1997 county and Long Island champions and New York State runners up; and the 2004 county and Long Island champions and New York State semifinalists.

“It’s a great honor for my father that the field was dedicated after 30 years of coaching baseball,” said Ryan Argenziano, Carmine’s son and the Falcons’ current baseball coach. “He really put his heart and soul into this baseball program. He would give all the credit to his former players and the Deer Park community, because he always felt that without them, there’d be no program.”

View the ceremony and speeches here.

Female Students Learn About Leadership at Workshop

Female Students Learn About Leadership at Workshop

The high school’s business department, led by teacher Jill Perry-Eising, hosted a Women’s Leadership Workshop in the library on April 18 for 30 female juniors and seniors. Guesting at the breakfast event was Stacy DeNoyior, a senior vice president of sales at Broadridge Financial Solutions, and members of her team, who engaged in group discussions with the students.

“Overall today we had a great time, and we learned so much from such inspiring, powerful women who are very confident and self-assured in what they do,” said junior Diana Sanchez. “It was great to see that and learn about their experiences in their careers.”

Thousands Flock to Falcons Co-Ed Invitational Track Event

Thousands flock to Falcons Invitational track event in Deer Park
Thousands flock to Falcons Invitational track event in Deer Park 2
Thousands flock to Falcons Invitational track event in Deer Park 3
The high school boys and girls track programs hosted the sixth annual Deer Park Falcons Co-Ed Invitational on a sunny April 23. A total of 33 teams – including one from as far away as New Jersey – attended the event, with thousands of visitors flocking to the school’s track complex. Nine meet records fell alongside numerous outstanding performances.

DPHS Celebrates 14 Senior Athlete Signings

DPHS Celebrates 14 Senior Athlete Signings

The high school recognized 14 senior athletes who signed national letters of intent to continue their outstanding sports careers in college this fall: Giselle Aparicio (track; Queens College), Isabella Aparicio (track; Adelphi University), Anthony Bendici (football; Wilkes University), Katherine Buquicchio (soccer; SUNY New Paltz), Alexarae Clark (track; Southern New Hampshire University), Heather Dillon (cross-country; SUNY Old Westbury), Anthony Fasano (football; Utica College); Jacqueline Gentile (lacrosse; Manhattanville College), Juliana Knice (basketball; St. Joseph’s College), Joseph Leon (soccer; Molloy College); Warren Millien (track; Adelphi University), Kristina Pali (tennis; SUNY Cortland); Michaela Rapisarda (soccer; St. Thomas Aquinas College) and Bella Vene (soccer; Buffalo State University).

Joined in the May 2 celebration by visiting friends and family members, the students were congratulated in the auditorium by Principal Charles Cobb and Athletic Director Dominick Fontana.

 

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