Charles Cobb
Principal
Principal's Message
 
Jeanne Kozlowsky
Associate Principal
Craig Evans
Associate Principal
Brian Norton
Associate Principal

Michelle Kwon   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for ELA, Reading and Library
TBD   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Mathematics and Business
Jachan Watkis   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
Gina Palasciano   Curriculum Associate K-12 for World Languages and ENL

Craig Evans
Dignity Act Coordinator
(631) 274-4110

 


9th Grade Orientation

Date Change - Our 9th Grade Orientation is now scheduled for Thursday, September 1, 2016.  

 

 

  August Testing

Regents Schedule

 

 


 

June Testing 

Regents Review Classes Schedule 

 

In-Class Finals Schedule

 

Testing Week Schedule (Finals and Regents Exams)



 




Announcements

Caputo Essay Recognized by Gilda’s Club

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High school student Julianna Caputo, a rising junior, was recently honored by Gilda’s Club New York City for an essay she submitted about her mother's recovery from cancer. The organization, founded in 1995 and named in tribute to actress Gilda Radner, who died of ovarian cancer in 1989, provides free support to people living with cancer and their families and friends.

Although Julianna was not a finalist in the essay contest, her work was recognized at Gilda’s Club seventh annual teen essay contest reception, where she was awarded a certificate and four tickets to this year’s Summer Jam concert. 

Scout Cadettes Set Up Defibrillator Donation

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For their Silver Award project, three Girl Scout Cadettes from Deer Park’s Troop 982 – Danielle Izzo, Kimberly Lewanduski and Kelly Rennert – selected a project close to their hearts that would help save lives. They chose to sponsor a Heart Walk, an awareness-raising heart health event in order to purchase an AED defibrillator for the district’s athletic department.

During the May 21 event, held at the John F. Kennedy Intermediate School field, the community came out in support, participating in an educational discussion on healthy eating and various exercises, and joining the three Cadettes in a half-mile walk to demonstrate how easy maintaining a healthy heart can be. 

The AED defibrillator was presented to Deer Park Athletic Director Dominick Fontana on June 21.


High School Grad Builds a ‘Buddy Bench’ for May Moore

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Richard Monsey, an Eagle Scout and June graduate of the high school’s Class of 2016, recently built and donated a “Buddy Bench” for the playground at May Moore.

According to May Moore Principal Alicia Konecny, the project was suggested by Monsey’s mother, who worked for many years at the school’s cafeteria and supervised its students at recess.  

“We are so grateful to Richard for creating this beautiful bench,” said Konecny. “It’s a a terrific addition to our playground and a wonderful way for students to make friends and find a playmate at recess. It is nice to learn that a recent Deer Park graduate is giving back to his community and helping many children in the years to come, through the planning, building and installation of this project.”


2016-2017 District Calendar and Directory Now Available

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Patriot Club Drives Help Send Care Packages to Troops

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The high school’s Patriot Club recently supported Adopt-a-Battalion with donation drives, aiding the organization in its goal of sending care packages to U.S. service members serving in Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait.

The monthlong drive at the high school, augmented by a Saturday collection at Deer Park’s new ShopRite supermarket, helped obtain a generous amount of donations of items that are not available to troops serving in the Middle East, such as toiletries and snacks. The Patriot Club members then brought the donations in to Adopt-a-Battalion’s offices at the Knights of Columbus in Massapequa to help pack the items for mailing. They also donated $120 that was earned through an earlier “Hearts for Heroes” fundraiser and an additional $100 check earned through a Deer Park High School staff baby picture contest that was organized by secretary Kim Valenti.

“The Deer Park community and students once again demonstrated their tremendous generosity and patriotism in support of this cause, and the administrators of Adopt-a-Battalion were very appreciative,” said teacher Laurie Osbern, the club’s adviser.




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