Dr. Eliana K. Levey
Gary Ramonetti
Associate Principal - Curr, Inst. & Assess.
Charles Cobb
Associate Principal - Oper. & PPS

Christina Poppe   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for ELA, Reading & Library
John Watson   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Mathematics & Business
Kristen Crespo   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Science & Technology
Heather Stewart   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Social Studies & FACS
Dr. Jeff Dailey   Curriculum Associate K-12 for Fine & Performing Arts
Gina Palasciano   Curriculum Associate K-12 for World Languages & ENL

Charles Cobb
Dignity Act Coordinator
(631) 274-4210


Please join us today, May 19th

Districtwide School Budget Vote and BOE Trustee Elections

7 am - 9 pm @ DPHS


Secondary Science/Technology Fair and Districtwide Art Show

@ DPHS 6-8:30 pm


Shakespeare performances - 8th grade Theatre Arts classes

@ DPHS 6:30 pm


Chamber Choir Performance @ DPHS 7 pm

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Upcoming Events 

May 18 - Qtr 4 Progress Reports

May 19 - Sci/Tech/Art Show @ DPHS, 6-8:30 pm

May 19 - Budget Vote

May 20 - Grade 8 Science Performance Assessment Begins

May 22-25 - Memorial Day Weekend - School Closed




Frost Eighth-Grader’s Precocious Poems Published


Rebecca Fox, an eighth-grader at Robert Frost, will have two of her poems included in “Bards Annual 2015”, the upcoming edition of the yearly poetry anthology of the Bards Initiative, a nonprofit organization that uses poetry to help the Long Island community.

The large paperback book collection, featuring poetry from prominent poets all across Long Island including Rebecca’s mother, Kathryn Fox, will be launched at the Walt Whitman Birthplace State Historic Site in Huntington Station at the end of June.  

The only child to be honored with inclusion, Rebecca’s journey began when she accompanied her mother to a reading for breast cancer awareness at Roast Coffee & Tea Trading Company in Patchogue. After her mother’s reading, Rebecca recited at an open mic and was inspired to write the poems, which her mother submitted to Bards.

“We’re incredibly proud of her accomplishment,” said Principal Eliana Levey. “What an amazing feat to be recognized as a poet at such a young age.”

Arts, Civics and Science Enhance Voting Night


While serving as the site for the district’s annual budget vote and board election on May 19, Deer Park High School welcomed the community with an exciting array of activities and displays highlighting the creativity and talent of students from each of the district’s schools. As visiting families wandered the halls, they enjoyed an art show, Shakespearian scene performances and a science fair in the gymnasium. In the cafeteria, elementary students from JFK, JQA and May Moore learned about civics by participating in a mock vote.

From Poetry to Dessert in Deer Park


The district’s department of world languages and ENL celebrated National Poetry Month by hosting “International Poetry Festival: A Night of Poetry, Milk and Cookies” on April 16.

At the event, students from kindergarten through 12th grade – representing the high school, Robert Frost, JFK, JQA and May Moore – recited both original and famous poems in French, Italian, Spanish and English in front of an audience of family and friends. Students also prepared and performed songs in the various languages of study. The delightful evening culminated with milk and cookies for all.

French Feted at Department Dinner

The district’s world language department celebrated French language and culture on May 1, hosting its annual French Dinner at Robert Frost. French language students from grades six through 12, along with former students, families and friends, had fun sampling delicious French cuisine, prepared and served by the students themselves. The dinner was organized by French teachers Kimberly Lecamus and Kari Schiano.

Celebrating Shakespeare in Deer Park


Deer Park hosted the fourth annual Long Island Student Shakespeare Festival on April 30, welcoming more than 200 students from the district’s high school and middle school as well as from other local schools for a day of performances of scenes from Shakespeare’s plays such as “Troilus and Cressida,” music from Shakespeare’s times and other Shakespeare-related activities. The event also featured a speech by guest artist Emily Davis, founder of the Messenger Theatre Company and an acclaimed Shakespeare consultant.

Deer Park’s director of fine and performing arts, Dr. Jeff Dailey, began the Long Island Student Shakespeare Festival in 2012 to serve the theater education needs of Nassau and Suffolk students.

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