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Dr. Eliana K. Levey


Gary Ramonetti
Associate Principal
Philip Paniccia
Associate Principal 

Michelle Kwon   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for ELA, Reading and Library
James Henry   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Mathematics and Business
David Knuffke   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Science and Technology
Heather Stewart   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Social Studies and FACS
Bradley Murphy   Curriculum Associate K-12 for Fine and Performing Arts
Ashley Rosenberg    District Administrator K-12 for World Languages and ENL

Philip Paniccia
Dignity Act Coordinator
(631) 274-4210



Parent -Teacher Conferences are Thursday, March 22nd.  Online scheduler is open from 3/15-3/21.

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APRIL 27, 2018


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Next PFC Mtg will be May 2nd @ 6pm 


Please join us as we honor our Students of the Month and

Project Wisdom Students of the Month from January, February, March and April.





Project Wisdom is a character education program that helps students be cognizant of their choices & how those choices help or hurt those around us.

March's Theme is:

Making Responsible Choices



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Upcoming Events 

March 15-21 - Online Conference Scheduler Open

March 16-17 - Drama Club Play, 7 pm

March 22 - Parent-Teacher Evening Conferences, 5-8 pm

March 23 - Spring Sports Physicals

March 26 - 1st day modified Spring Sports Practices

March 30-April 6 - Spring Holiday Recess

April 10 - 3rd Quarter Ends, Parent Portal Closed

April 11 - 4th Quarter Begins

April 12-13 - NYS ELA Assessment



Thoughtful Students Promote Positivity with P.S. I Love You

Thoughtful HS and Frost Students Promote Positivity with P.S. I Love You

For the second consecutive year, thoughtful students at the high school and Robert Frost celebrated P.S. I Love You Day by wearing purple to represent a stand against bullying and support for ending depression and preventing suicide.

P.S. I Love You Day was started in 2010 by West Islip teenager Brooke DiPalma, following the tragic suicides of her father and a senior at her school. The event, held each year on the second Friday of February, promotes positive messages of love, acceptance and community, symbolized by the color purple.

At the high school, the Community Service Club and student council hung notes with positive messages and sayings on every student's locker, every teacher’s door and all of the supporting staff members’ desks.

“The students’ efforts let everyone know how much they are appreciated and how much they matter at Deer Park High School,” said ELA teacher Christine DiProperzio, who serves as adviser for the Community Service Club and student council. “With all of the negativity on social media and on the news, we wanted to make sure that everyone in our building knew how much they mattered to our school and our community. We were pleasantly surprised that the signs stayed up for a few days, and even more surprised when we saw some of the kids saved their signs and hung them inside their lockers.”

Over at Robert Frost, the school’s student council shared the message of P.S. I Love You Day, guided by teachers Dani Iadevaia and Denise Tassey.

“This is an amazing cause,” said Associate Principal Philip Paniccia. “We asked everyone to wear purple to show support. We hoped that on that day, students and staff would be able to walk around the school and see a sea of purple, and hear nothing but positive messages that make them feel special and loved and remind them that they are never alone.”

Robert Frost Seventh-Graders Experience ‘Elf’

Robert Frost Seventh-Graders Experience ‘Elf’ 1
Robert Frost Seventh-Graders Experience ‘Elf’ 2
Robert Frost Seventh-Graders Experience ‘Elf’ 3
Taking a theatrical trip to New York City, seventh-graders at  Robert Frost recently saw the musical comedy “Elf” at Madison Square Garden, experiencing the talents of a real orchestra while enjoying the show’s message of discovering the joy of friends, family and a positive attitude.

Frost FACS Students Show Compassion with Cookies

Frost FACS Students Show Compassion with Cookies 1
Frost FACS Students Show Compassion with Cookies 2
Frost FACS Students Show Compassion with Cookies 3
Seventh-graders in family and consumer science classes at Robert Frost recently showed their compassion by making 25 dozen cookies for The Mercy INN soup kitchen in Wyandanch, using their baking techniques and culinary abilities to provide community service. 

“Our students have been taught the importance of caring, sharing,and being empathetic to others to have a positive impact on their community,” said Cindy Adriaenssens, who guided the activity with fellow FACS teacher Paula Behrens.

ENL Educators Present to TESOL Conference

ENL Educators Present to TESOL Conference
A team of six Deer Park English as a new language teachers and District Administrator of ENL and World Languages Ashley Rosenberg were recently selected by the New York State Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages to present at the organization’s annual conference.

For the presentation, titled, “Creating Culturally Relevant and Globally Empathetic Lessons, K-12,” Rosenberg and teachers Marcella Biordi, Megan Boccard, Michelle Champlin, Kimberly Essig, Danielle Finocchiaro and Vanessa Pizzo compiled ideas and lessons they create to meet the needs of Deer Park'’ diverse English Language Learners. The seven educators were also given the opportunity to network with various ENL teachers and administrators from across the state.

“In addition to presenting information, we also had the opportunity to learn,” said Rosenberg. “Overall, presenting at the conference was a great opportunity and our team did wonderfully. I truly commend the teachers who took time out of their weekends to communicate their excellent ideas and lessons, which will benefit ELLs statewide.”

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