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Deer Park High School

1 Falcon Place
Deer Park, New York 11729





Charles Cobb,  Principal

Craig Evans,  Associate Principal

Garret Noblett,  Associate Principal

Dina Pannone,  Associate Principal

Craig Evans, Dignity Act Coordinator [Tel: (631) 274-4110]


Curriculum Associates (6-12)    District Administrators
Justin Uliano,  ELA, Reading and Library        Bradley Murphy, Fine and Performing Arts
Christine Gill, Mathematics and Business   Ashley Rosenberg, World Languages and ENL
Alison Branca, Science and Technology   David DePrima, Secondary Special Education
Vanessa Langdon, Social Studies and FACS   Dominick Fontana, Health, Physical Education, and Athletics


Flyers & Notices


Deer Park HS Musician Sarah Naqvi Named to All-County Jazz Ensemble

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Deer Park High School senior Sarah Naqvi was recently selected to perform with the Suffolk County Music Educators’ Association’s All-County Jazz Ensemble. Naqvi had the distinction of being selected after auditioning for the group last spring and was one of only two alto saxophonists selected for the group from Suffolk County. In addition to playing the saxophone, Naqvi is an accomplished flutist and member of both the wind ensemble and jazz ensemble at Deer Park High School.

“I’m very pleased that Sarah received both the recognition and the opportunity to perform alongside other talented and dedicated students from Suffolk County who are interested in pursuing jazz studies," Band Director Louis Nicolosi said. "I couldn't be happier for her. She worked very hard for this."

Date Added: 1/25/2023

DPHS Girls Track Stars Succeed at Stanner Games

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Deer Park High School’s girls track team successfully competed in the Molloy Stanner Games at The Armory in New York City on Jan. 15. Junior Alex Geosits, who finished first in both the 300-meter, with a time of 42.93, and the 600-meter, with a time of 1:36.89, was honored with the Outstanding Individual Performer award. With an impressive leap of 10.25 meters, senior Natalia Lee finished fourth overall in the triple jump and currently sits in the top 10 in Suffolk County.

Date Added: 1/23/2023

International Culture Club Brings World Holidays to May Moore

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Deer Park High School's International Culture Club, guided by advisers Josephine Conway and Alfonsina Sguera, recently took a field trip to May Moore Primary School, where ICC members taught the younger students about holidays around the world throughout the calendar year. The two groups of students also made lanterns for when it comes time in April to celebrate Eid.

Date Added: 1/11/2023

Four Deer Park HS Student-Athletes Attend Leadership Conference

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Accompanied by District Administrator for Athletics, Physical Education, Health and Recreation Dominick Fontana and physical education teacher Brian Tower, four Deer Park High School students – seniors Samuel Adolphe and Kayley Eising, and juniors Joel Nash and Katia Papailler – participated in a student-athlete leadership conference at Center Moriches High School on Dec. 16. Over 300 student-athletes from 57 high schools were represented at the event.

The conference focused on a number of topics including leadership in sports, the dangers of social media, student-athlete mental health and college expectations, and featured guest speakers such as former Major League Baseball player Frank Catalanotto, MLB sports agent Mark Leinweaver and numerous college athletes from Long Island. The conference also provided valuable opportunities for Deer Park’s student leaders to interact with their peers and build their individual leadership skills.

“The goal here was to help our student-athletes build their leadership skills and become future leaders,” Tower said.

Date Added: 1/10/2023

Patriot Club Organizes Several Successful Vets Day Activities

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Deer Park High School’s Patriot Club organized a variety of Veterans Day activities this year to mark the federal holiday.

Club participants sent handwritten cards to retired U.S. Army Air Force Corporal David Wolman, a World War II veteran and father of retired Deer Park teacher Nancy Wolman. Miss Wolman expressed her gratitude for the students’ messages, sharing that her father “read every single one, more than once!”

In the days leading up to Veterans Day, club members asked students and staff to write messages of appreciation on hearts to be displayed in the showcase at the high school.

In the past, the Patriot Club held an annual Jeans for Troops fundraiser to raise money for the G.I. Go Fund, a nonprofit organization that raises money for military veterans and their families. This yearly event is now called the Red, White & Jeans fundraiser, but the cause is the same. On Nov. 10, students throughout the district were asked to wear red, white, and blue, or camouflage, and staff were asked to wear jeans and make a $5 donation in honor of our veterans. More than $400 dollars was raised for this worthy cause.

Date Added: 1/9/2023