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Charles Cobb


Garret Noblett
Associate Principal
Craig Evans
Associate Principal
Sean O'Brien
Associate Principal


Justin Uliano
  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
  District Administrator for Fine and Performing Arts
Ashley Rosenberg
  District Administrator for World Languages and ENL


Craig Evans
Dignity Act Coordinator
(631) 274-4110




Upcoming Events and DPHS Information




Deer Park Union
Free School

Important message




Deer Park Union
Free School

Important messages

Below is a letter from the NYS Department of Health regarding the Coronavirus.

Coronavirus Parent Letter 2-5-20.pdf 

Coronavirus Parent Letter - Spanish 2-5-20.pdf 

This district approved flyer may be of interest to you.

Black Student Union Movie Night - The Jackie Robinson Story - PG-13.pdf 

Have a nice weekend.











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Important Message From the Athletic Department

This is an important message for all parents/guardians who have a child planning on playing a spring sport.  Please click the links to see an important letter from Mr. Fontana, the District Administrator for Athletics, Health, & Phys Ed, as well as directions for getting started with Final Forms.  

If you have previously created a Final Forms account, you do not need to create a new account.  You will continue to use that account for all subsequent sports season.

Final Forms Parent Letter Email.pdf 

Final Forms Parent Playbook-English.pdf 

Final Forms Parent Playbook-Spanish.pdf 





HS Mock Trial Team Shows Growth

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A total of 22 high school students successfully participated on this year’s mock trial team, the most members the school has fielded to date. Guided by team adviser Joe Alo and attorney adviser and Suffolk County Judge John Kelly, the mock trial students competed in the United States v. Phoenix Jones case, with the prosecution team attempting to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Phoenix Jones was guilty of operating cryptocurrency on the dark web and organizing a conspiracy to trade illicit goods, and the defense team attempting to clear Phoenix Jones of all charges and convince the Judge to find her not guilty.

“Our team members managed to accomplish the tasks of improving their public speaking and critical-thinking skills and forming cohesive arguments while having fun and making friends along the way,” said Alo. “I am so fortunate and grateful to see my students grow in many aspects they may not have thought possible in their academic careers. It takes a lot of courage to stand up in front of dozens of people and deliver courtroom jargon while remembering all of the little aspects of courtroom etiquette, all while having a full-time job of being a high school student. These young men and women have what it takes.”

High School Best Buddies Enjoy Movie Night

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The high school’s Best Buddies Club hosted a movie night on Feb. 29, with club members enjoying refreshments while watching the film “The Peanut Butter Falcon.”

DPHS Earns Medals and Trophies at State DECA Competition

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A total of 26 of the high school’s DECA students traveled to the Riverside Convention Center in Rochester in February to compete against 2,000 other business students from across the state at the 60th annual DECA New York State Career Conference.

Ten Deer Park DECA students earned top 10 test medal trophies: James Hope (Food Marketing), Ryder Min (Principles of Marketing), Huda Nawaz (Principles of Finance), Omar Rahim (Human Resources Management), Alyssa Robb (Restaurant & Food Service Management), Chaim Shames (Professional Selling/Marketing), Keryn Shames (Hospitality & Tourism/Professional Selling), Jessica Siford (Hotel & Lodging Management), Nicholas Stamatakis (Principles of Finance) and Gavin Thomas (Restaurant & Food Service Management).

Earning top 10 role play medals were Madison Cadena (Principles of Hospitality) and Omar Rahim (Human Resources Management).

Top 10 overall medal winners included Sameem Ahmadzai (Accounting Applications), Saima Hoque (Business Finance) and Tasfia Shaikh (Retail Merchandising).

Named as top 5 overall trophy winners were Jasleen Kaur (first place in Accounting Applications), Isabella Coon and Logan Eisenberg (fourth place in Financial Analysis Team), and Haley Celona (fifth place in Hotel & Lodging Management).

Ahmadzai, Celona, Coon, Eisenberg, Hoque and Kaur all earned the right to compete in at the International Career Development Conference in Nashville. 

Kaur was also elected to serve as New York DECA President for the 2020-2021 school year, and Rahim, Robb and Salim were inducted into the New York DECA Honor Society.    

High School Holds First Early College Planning Night

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The high school’s guidance department hosted its first Early College Planning Night on Feb. 26, spearheaded by Associate Principal Sean O’Brien and guidance counselor Bianca Cannizzaro.

The event introduced freshman and sophomores – as well as their families – to the college application process via an engaging presentation by Suffolk Community College admissions counselor Meghan DeMayo-Dalen. Students and parents received an overview of topics such as extracurricular involvement, the financial aid process, choosing schools that are the right fit and the importance of academic focus.

Early College Planning Night also marked the first time the school utilized Microsoft Translator software to make the event accessible to the community in 68 different languages in real time. Collaborating with English as a new language teachers, guidance staff promoted the event to Deer Park students and their families who are new to the English language and provided invitations in multiple languages.

“We plan to utilize this Microsoft translation tool in more guidance events to support our mission to provide post-secondary planning information to the entirety of the Deer Park community,” O’Brien said.

Winter Sports Teams Recognized

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The high school’s varsity winter athletes were recognized at the winter sports awards night on March 5, held in the high school’s auditorium and hosted by Athletic Director Dominick Fontana. Members of the boys and girls basketball, boys bowling, kickline, boys swimming and diving, boys and girls track, and wrestling teams were invited on stage, where coaches presented the students with certificates and plaques, including Most Valuable Player awards, Coaches Awards, Spirit Awards and Scholar-Athlete awards.

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