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Charles Cobb
Principal
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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
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(631) 274-4110

 


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Announcements

Business Students Earn 21 Trophies at DECA Competition

Business Students Earn 21 Trophies at DECA Competition 1
Business Students Earn 21 Trophies at DECA Competition 2

At DECA’s Suffolk County Regional Competition, held on Jan. 3 at Suffolk County Community College, 55 Deer Park High School students competed against more than 1,400 participants from 26 other Suffolk schools, with 21 students honored with trophies and another seven earning honorable mention.

Trophy winners included Hallie Feldman in the Apparel & Accessories Marketing event, Vicken Khazar in Entrepreneurship, William Buckley and Sean Sanchez  in Financial Services Team, Khaja Ibrahim and Tyler Tesoriero in Hospitality Services Team, Jessica Siford in Hotel & Lodging Management, Omar Rahim and Amar Qasir in Human Resources Management, Navan Hassan in Marketing Communications, Khabiba Shahid and Esteysy Yanes-Amaya in Personal Financial Literacy, Jasleen Kaur and Keryn Shames in Principles of Business Management, Mohammed Raiyan and Chaim Shames in Principles of Finance, Deirdre Burke in Principles of Hospitality, Alisha Suhail in Quick Serve Restaurant Management, Alyssa Robb in Restaurant & Food Service Management, and Eiman Nawaz and Yasmeen Syedda-Hensley in Travel & Tourism Team. These students will have to opportunity to compete at the state competition in Rochester in March, in an attempt to qualify for the national competition in Atlanta, Georgia.

Honorable mentions were given to Hadi Alaouieh in Accounting Applications, Gabby Kemmerer and Julianna Knice in Buying & Merchandising Team, Michael Golann in Human Resources Management, Michael Buffa in Sports & Entertainment Marketing, and Max Hofstetter and Brennan Miller in Sports & Entertainment Marketing Team.



High School Welcomes 61 New National Honor Society Members

High School Welcomes 61 New National Honor Society Members
A total of 61 high school students were inducted into the National Honor Society in a Dec. 11 ceremony at the school’s auditorium.

The evening began with words from National Honor Society adviser Seth Margolin, Principal Charles Cobb and the guest speaker, Deer Park ELA Curriculum Associate Michelle Kwon. In addition, new Suffolk County Legislators Susan Berland and Tom Donnelly introduced themselves and provided words of wisdom just before the inductees took their oath of membership, administered by NHS President Bianca Punger. In the event’s highlight, current members in attendance joined in unity with the new inductees for the traditional candle lighting ceremony.

“We congratulate and welcome these new members, who bring new energy in support of our continuing work as leaders in the Deer Park community,” said Margolin.

Girl Scout Depre Donates Buddy Benches to JQA

Girl Scout Depre Donates Buddy Benches to JQA

As part of her Girl Scout Gold Award project, high school student Lauren Depre made a pair of buddy benches for the district’s John Quincy Adams Primary School, for the use of any student in need of a buddy during recess time. JQA’s sudents have been instructed to keep an eye out for any student sitting on one of the benches who they can be a good friend to and include in their play.

“These benches will serve as a tool to help bring our students closer together and to ensure that each student feels included and loved,” said Principal Christopher Molinelli. “On behalf of the entire JQA staff, I would like to thank Lauren for her hard work and donation.”

Depre was honored for her leadership and generosity by Superintendent Eva Demyen at a December Board of Education business meeting.

Marching Falcons Honored by Fire Department

Marching Falcons Honored by Fire Department 1
Marching Falcons Honored by Fire Department 2
During a Dec. 12 Board of Education meeting at the high school, the Deer Park Fire Department presented a “Best Band” trophy to the Deer Park Marching Falcons for the ensemble’s performance at the department’s annual holiday parade.

Accepting the trophy were band members Ginele Tanis, Kailey Tenn and Marissa Woods, band director Jerry Cannarozzo, and curriculum associate for fine and performing arts Bradley Murphy.

“The Marching Falcons were honored to receive this trophy for being the best band at the annual holiday parade, and we look forward to participating in this wonderful community event next year,” said Cannarozzo.

Undefeated Girls Tennis Team Honored

Undefeated Girls Tennis Team Honored

The high school’s girls varsity tennis team placed first in their division this fall, finishing the season undefeated and earning recognition at the Suffolk County Junior Tennis League Awards dinner. The team’s coach, Caryn Kaplan, was awarded Coach of the Year.

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