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Charles Cobb
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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Upcoming Events and DPHS Information:

  • Wednesday, April 18th -- Quarter 3 Report Cards.  Parent Portal Open
  • Wednesday, April 18th -- Senior Parent Night @ 7pm
  • Thursday, April 19th -- Breakfast for Champions @ DPHS Library, 8am
  • Thursday, April 19th -- World Language Honor Society Induction @ DPHS, 7pm
  • Friday, April 20th -- DPHS Sports Night @ 7pm
  • Monday, April 23rd -- Open House for Incoming Freshman @ DPHS Auditorium, 7pm
  • Thursday, April 26th -- District-Wide Teachers vs. Wizards Basketball Game @ DPHS, 7pm
  • Friday, April 27th -- K-12 International Poetry Festival @ DPHS, 7pm
  • Wednesday, May 2nd -- DPHS Cabaret Night @ 7pm  **Rescheduled**
  • Thursday, May 3rd -- DPHS Blood Drive
  • Saturday, May 5th -- SAT exam @ DPHS, 8am
  • May 7th - May 11th -- AP Exams






The Global History Regents is Scheduled for

8am on June 5th. 


Please be advised classes will not be in session on this day.

Students enrolled in Global History 2 will report to school to take the exam. 

Buses will be provided.

 More information will follow.


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Basketball Falcons Honored for Big Season

Basketball Falcons Honored for Big Season

Finishing their season with an outstanding 20-3 record, the high school’s varsity boys basketball team won the League IV championship – their fifth league title in seven years. Led by coach John McCaffrey, the Falcons advanced to the Suffolk Class AA county championship game for the third time in six years.

Six members of the team were honored at the Suffolk Boys Basketball Coaches Association banquet, held on April 11. Sophomore Malik Edmead was named All-County and selected to the Newsday All-Long Island second team as well as the All-Tournament team. Freshman D’Andre Edwards was named All-League and League IV Rookie of the Year. Senior Josh Pismeny was selected All-Conference,  senior Marquis Major was selected SCBCA All-County Academic team, and seniors Keshaun Jones and De’Shawn Todman were named All-League.

A Musical Success for ‘How to Succeed’

A Musical Success for ‘How to Succeed’
The high school’s dedicated student-actors found success with the recent production of “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.” Originally performed in 1961, the popular Broadway musical comedy was revived on Broadway in 2014 for its 50th anniversary. Featuring music and lyrics by Frank Loesser, this satire of big business was based on Shepherd Mead’s 1952 book of the same name. 

The Deer Park production, directed by Kristen Wallace, starred Nolan Maggio as J. Pierrepont Finch, Madi Steddick as Rosemary Pilkington and Anthony Machuca as J.B. Biggley. Catherine Lubrano served as musical director, Scott Abrams as pit director, Alex Mesimeris as set director and Tori DiTomasso as student director.

“It was such an honor to work with such amazingly talented actors, dancers, musicians, artists and crew members,” said Wallace. “I am grateful for the support and energy of the other directors, faculty musicians and parents. Everyone worked tirelessly to make ‘How to Succeed’ the success it was.”

Regents Roundtable at Robert Frost and High School

Eighth-grade social studies teachers from Robert Frost recently met with their ninth-grade counterparts at the high school to discuss the new format of the global history Regents examination. The teachers were also invited to Karen Haar and Vanessa Whitney’s global history class to help students draft their essays.

“All of our teachers have been hard at work creating new resources and collaborating to best prepare students,” said Heather Stewart, the district’s curriculum associate for social studies and family and consumer science.

Falconettes Are Proud Kickline Champions

Falconettes Are Proud Kickline Champions
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The high school’s Falconettes kickline team recently participated in the annual Contest of Champions national competition, held at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida and came home champions, earning first place in the military category. The team also placed second in the kick category.

“We are very proud of all that the girls have accomplished this season,” said coach Ariel Miano.

Four DECA Students Earn State Trophies

Four DECA Students Earn State Trophies
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A total of 28 Deer Park High School business students competed in DECA’s New York State Career Development Conference, held on March 6 in Rochester, and seniors William Buckley and Sean Sanchez and freshmen Jasleen Kaur and Chaim Shames earned trophies at the event.  These four students, along with honorable mention winners Nimra Salim and Esteysy Yanes-Amaya, with move on to the International Career Development Conference, to be held in Atlanta from April 21-24. Kaur and Shames are the first freshmen to ever qualify for the international competition.

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