Alicia Konecny

(631) 274-4460


Christopher Molinelli

Associate Principal

Dignity Act Coordinator





Important October Dates:

October 1st – MM Class Parent Tea 4:00 p.m.

October 2nd – MM/JQA Family Laser show 7:00 p.m.

October 7th – 8th – MM Fall Photos

October 12th – Columbus Day Schools Closed Today!

October 17th – Deer Park Homecoming 11:00 a.m.

Come with the family and march with May Moore!

October 20th – Bond Vote Deer Park High School 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

October 21st – MM PFC Meeting 7:00 p.m.

October 22nd – Pumpkin Patch

October 23rd – Pumpkin Patch Rain Date

October 26th – Class of the Month Ice Cream Social –Mrs. Beza/Bullock’s Class

October 28th – Pre-K Pumpkin Workshop

October 30th – Halloween Parade


Click here for a listing of School Supplies required:


Pre-K Supply List 2015-2016

 Kindergarten Supply List 2015-2016

 First Grade Supply List 2015-2016

Second Grade Supply List 2015-2016




Deer Park Does ‘Dinner and a Show’


Students, teachers, and parents celebrated Deer Park’s artistic talents at the inaugural “Dinner and a Show” event, hosted by the Deer Park Arts Council. More than 300 guests attended the event, held on Nov. 13 at the high school.

A pasta dinner was served, followed by an hour of performances by students and faculty. Attendees also enjoyed an art exhibition of selected works from students. The district plans to make “Dinner and a Show” an annual event to recognize student talent and faculty guidance in the arts.

“As a new administrator in Deer Park, this night offered a wonderful opportunity for me to learn more about the community’s appreciation and commitment to the arts,” said Bradley Murphy, the district’s curriculum associate for fine and performing arts.

HS to Host 'Polar Express' on Dec. 11


On Dec. 11, Deer Park High School is hosting "The Polar Express!"

We invite you to wear your PJs and climb aboard the Polar Express for a unique adventure. We will be: watching the film, greeting surprise guests, making cocoa as thick as melted chocolate, singing songs with elves, making arts and crafts, and even writing letters to Santa! The show opens at 6:30 p.m. All children will leave the Express with a small token to help them remember to believe.

Tickets are only $7.


Fire Safety Program Makes Big Impression at May Moore


Mixing equal parts prevention and excitement, students at May Moore  gained serious knowledge of fire safety during a recent visit from Deer Park Fire Department Assistant Chief Phil Scarfi, then walked outside to scream in delight as one of the department’s fire trucks shot water out of a hose and high into the air. The event was sure to leave a strong impression on the children, reminding them what to do in case of fire.

Scarfi’s long-running annual safety program in Deer Park’s elementary schools is designed in conjunction with national Fire Prevention Month.

“Many thanks to firefighter Phil Scarfi and the Deer Park Fire Department for sounding the alarm about keeping our homes and families safe from fire,” said May Moore Principal Alicia Konecny. “Our students learned the importance of having working smoke alarms in their homes and discussing a safety plan with each parent.”

Building Momentum with Fourth Health Fair


The district held its fourth annual Health & Wellness Fair on Oct. 24, in conjunction with the high school’s Varsity Leaders Club Halloween Carnival and a Deer Park Fire Department open house. The free event, sponsored by the district’s health and physical education department, took place at a new double location on Lake Avenue – at JFK as well as across the street at the firehouse – with representatives of the Suffolk County police and sheriff’s departments also on hand.

This year’s fair was the most heavily attended to date, and featured numerous health-related activities and more than 50 informational booths, including a mobile blood drive; dental and orthodontic care; fire safety and CPR; healthy eating demonstrations; health screenings; sports clinics; child safety and car seat inspections; martial arts and kickboxing; and Zumba, Pilates and yoga.  The high school’s clubs sponsored a Chinese auction, while students from family and consumer science teacher Patricia Skjoldahl’s class perfected a parfait recipe to present to attendees.

“We seem to be building momentum with each passing year,” said the district’s health administrator, Dominick Fontana. “Our goal is to continue adding activities and vendors in years to follow.”

Frightful Fun Meets Facts at May Moore’s Pumpkin Patch


Orange orbs filled the grass outside May Moore’s front doors on Oct. 22, delighting youngsters ready to enjoy the school’s annual pumpkin patch event.

“May Moore’s students had a spooktacular time in the pumpkin patch,” said Principal Alicia Konecny. “Thank you to our PFC for donating a pumpkin to every boy and ghoul.”

Mixing facts with frightful fun, the school’s classes learned numerous scientific details about the seasonal gourds, such as the fact that they are composed of 90 percent water, that they contain significant potassium and Vitamin A, and that their flowers are edible.

Deer Park School District