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Charles Cobb


Garret Noblett
Associate Principal
Craig Evans
Associate Principal

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
David DePrima    District Administrator for Secondary Special Education
Dominick Fontana    District Administrator for Health, Physical Education, and Athletics


Craig Evans
Dignity Act Coordinator
(631) 274-4110


Important message

The attached district approved flyers may be of interest to  you.

DPAC Music Bingo Night - All Grades.pdf 

Join Virtual Girl Scouts - Grades K-1.pdf 



All clubs will be run virtually until further notice.  Click on the link below to see what clubs are offered and their Google Classroom codes!


Co-Curricular Google Classroom Codes








Deer Park Union
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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 





DPHS Fosters Pride with Black History Posters

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As part of the high school’s Black History Month celebration, students – both virtual and in-person – created posters highlighting important figures in Black history. The posters were designed by members of the Black Student Union in collaboration with the French and Spanish Honor Societies. The quotes featured on the posters were written in English, French and Spanish to promote diversity and inclusion as well as to enhance cultural awareness and understanding through student-created art.

“The purpose of this decorating campaign was to educate and empower students to learn more about influential African Americans and to foster a sense of pride in their school and learning community,” said social studies teacher Aleisha Forbes, the Black Student Union adviser.

BSU members participating in Black History Month poster design included Kiah Bennett, Jean Marck Ceant, Troy Cofie, Angelique Jean-Pierre, Angelica Jones, Liana Luc, Katia Papailler, Keziah Pierre-Louis, Morgan Sinclair and Diondra Talleyrand.

Guided by adviser Dina Pannone, the participating French and Spanish Honor Society members included Anthony Aguilar, Andy Bardales, Daniella Belotti, Rumeysa Camlica, Grace Canonica, Troy Cofie, Isabella Coon, Samantha DeSantis, Kristin D’Souza, Andrew Dolinsky, Sophie Giles, Maggie Greene, Matthew Heinen, Saima Hoque, Ishika Joshi, Sonam Kataria,Taylor Korsiak, Kylie Kuhn, Elizabeth Legname, Gianna Marquez, Darwin Munoz, Eman Naeem, Alia Naqvi, Christine Nguyen, Sydney Pottinger, Taylor Quinones, Yama Said, Catarina Silva, Ashley Singh, Ashley Varghese, Pritheva Zakaria and John Zuluaga Romero.

The high school’s Black Student Union has been essential in promoting diversity within the building and community. Active members include Hillary Adugyamfi, Kiah Bennett, Nicole Borgella, Jean Marck Ceant, Troy Cofie, Aidan DeFour, Paul Destin Blanc, Beatchebar Fleurant, Arissa Hudson, Yahnasia Jackson, Brichelle Jean, Nicollette Jean, Angelique Jean-Pierre, Christian Jean-Pierre, Angelica Jones, Ronald Laguerre, Veronica Laguerre, Liana Luc, Thania Marcajoux, D’Anni Marshall, Anastascia McPherson, Katia Papailler, Indira Perry, Keziah Pierre-Louis, Arshnele Richard, Naomi Sauveur,  Saharabi Shahriar, Morgan Sinclair, Taylor Sinclair and Diondra Talleyrand.

Sophomore Jaleen Gil Named HS January Student of the Month

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The high school named sophomore Jaleen Gil as Student of the Month for January.

“Jaleen is very self-motivated and strives to complete all assignments on or before the due date,” said her earth science teacher, Andrea Farina. “She has set a high standard for herself and has consistently shown improvement over the course of the school year so far, even in some of our most challenging topics. She is also great at self-advocating when further clarification is required, a skill that is hard to come by among high school students. Jaleen is doing great work this year, and truly deserves this recognition.”

PS I Love You Day at DPHS

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Frost FACS Students Make Winter Warmer for the Needy

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In a heartwarming community service project, family and consumer science students at Frost recently made and donated 70 winter hats for distribution to people in need at the Mercy Soup Kitchen of Wyandanch.

Virtual Visit from DPHS Alumni

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High school seniors in English classes recently participated in the annual Alumni Day visits, meeting virtually this year with graduates to discuss post-graduation life. Students discussed topics such as college life, strategies for academic success and ways to cope with pandemic realities. 

“It is so great when our graduates come back to share their experiences with the current seniors,” said English teacher Kristen Wallace, who organized the event with substitute teacher Katie Healy. “The college application process can be so stressful, and our seniors receive advice from parents, counselors and teachers, but it has a different impact when it comes from their peers.”


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