Alicia Konecny

(631) 274-4460


Celeste Archer 

Associate Principal

Dignity Act Coordinator

(631) 274-4460





 Important December Dates:

December 1st  - Student Photo Make-Up Day and 2nd Grade
Yearbook Photo

December 2nd - PFC – Spirit Wear - Inside Out Day, Smencil Sale

December 3rd – Deer Park Holiday Tree Lighting and Parade 6:00 p.m.

marches from DPHS to the Firehouse

December 5-7th   ½ Day Parent Teacher Conferences

December 5-7th Fall Book Fair

December 6th  - Evening Parent Teacher Conferences 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.

December 7th - ENL Parent Academy at JQA 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.

December – 8th  Pre-K trip to Engeman Theater in Northport   9:15-12:30 Frosty

December 12 – 14th  PFC  Holiday Fair

December 20th  T.R.A.C.K.S. Railroad Safety Assembly

December 23rd – Visit from Santa! District Roving Holiday Music and

 Mrs. Lombardo’s Snowflake Sing-A-Long!

School is closed from December 26th – January 2nd!

Happy Hanukkah! Merry Christmas! Happy Kwanzaa!

Happy New Year! School is back in session on January 3rd, 2017!


Click here for a listing of School Supplies required:


Pre-K Supply List 2016-17

 Kindergarten Supply List 2016-2017

 First Grade Supply List 2016-2017

Second Grade Supply List 2016-2017




May Moore Kindergartners Show Gratitude on Veterans Day


Kindergartners in Tammy Cotrone’s class at Deer Park’s May Moore Primary School celebrated Veterans Day by creating a Wall of Heroes, which featured photos of family members and friends who have served or are currently enlisted in a branch of the armed forces.

Practicing their literary skills, students drafted a class letter describing their recent lessons on the origin and history of Veterans Day, as well as providing a formal “thank you” to the servicemen and women who protect the nation. Students also made messages for veterans and created a poster with their hands traced into a heart, expressing their gratitude. The well wishes were delivered to Babylon Town Hall for officials to distribute and share with local veterans.

“I come from a strong military family,” said Cotrone. “My dad, who is still alive and 91 years old, fought in World War II. My mom was also a sergeant in World War II, and my brother was in Vietnam. So I am so very proud to do this each year with my class. This holiday has a special place in my heart.”

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