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Charles Cobb

Principal

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

 

Jusin 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

 


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Upcoming Events and DPHS Information

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  • Thursday, September 12th -- Back to School Night @ 7pm

  • Saturday, September 14th -- ACT @ Other Sites, 8am

  • Wednesday, September 18th -- DPHS Theater Expo (See Flyer)

  • Saturday September 21st -- Homecoming festivities @ 11am

 

 


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Announcements

A New School Year Means New Educational Adventures

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Students returned to the district on Sept. 4 to begin the new school year and take the next step in their educational adventure.

“It was so exciting to welcome our students back for the new school year,” said Robert Frost Principal Eliana Levey. “Students and staff were eager to get back to Robert Frost, and we couldn't have been happier with how the first day of school went.”

“There’s really nothing quite like seeing the smiling faces, excitement and intrigue of primary school-age students,” said Philip Paniccia, the new principal of May Moore. “It’s already been so much fun getting to know these young learners.”

“The first day of school is always one of wonder and excitement, and this year did not disappoint,” said JQA Principal Christopher Molinelli. “We had a wonderful day filled with awesome activities and lots of fun. JQA is off to a great start to the 2019-2020 school year.”

“Our first day went incredibly smoothly thanks to all the faculty, staff, PFC, parents and students,” said Kelly Benson, JFK’s new principal. “Everyone is ready and excited to start the new year and we are looking forward to the adventures in store for us.”




Justin Uliano Named New ELA Curriculum Associate

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The district has hired Justin Uliano as the new curriculum associate for ELA, reading and library in grades 6-12, replacing Michelle Kwon.

He comes to Deer Park from the Amityville School District, where he served as ELA department chairperson for the last year. He previously worked for three years as English, ELA and library department chair for Sewanhaka High School, and for 16 years as an English teacher in the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District.

Uliano, who resides in Sunnyside, Queens, earned a double bachelor’s degree in English and anthropology from Stony Brook University, a master’s of science in education degree from Queens College, school building and district leader certificates from the College of Saint Rose, and an advanced certificate in teaching literacy from birth to grade 6 from Mercy College.

“I am really pleased to be able to make a home in such a terrific school community as Deer Park, and I look forward to supporting this talented teaching staff as we all continue to grow and adapt to the ever-changing needs of our kids and our schools,” Uliano said.

Investment in Knowledge Pays Off as DP Takes Third in Stock Market Game

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Prior to their recent graduation, high school seniors Deana DiPreta, Tanzina Haque and Sana Nadeem attended a special luncheon ceremony at Hofstra University to recognize their third-place finish out of nearly 1,000 teams participating in the spring 2019 Stock Market Game.

“The Lady Falcons demonstrated a shrewd knowledge of investing,” said teacher Matthew Murphy.



Students Get Creative with Portraits at Paint Night

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The SEPFC recently sponsored a Paint Night for district students, held in the high school cafeteria. Participating students had the opportunity to create beautiful portraits on canvases, showcasing their creative skills and abilities.

Summer Schoolers Love the Luau

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Students in Deer Park’s summer school program, facilitated by district teachers, administrators and student volunteers, enjoyed their seventh annual Luau event in July, held in the JFK gym. At the Luau, teachers plan out educational activities such as building volcanoes and circuits, creating fun books, and working on math and writing activities, complemented by games like fishing and a sweet treat of Italian ices.

“Our students come off the bus on the first day of summer school all excited about the Luau and counting down the days to this exciting event,” said teacher Phyllis Senia, who organizes the program.  

“Mrs. Senia creates an environment to learn in a fun way and is truly dedicated to these students,” said volunteer Debbie Leon, who has worked with the program since its inception. “It has been my honor and pleasure year after year to watch these children’s experience a summer education, maintaining and enhancing their skills acquired during the school year through fun with education and inclusion in the community.”




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