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Dr. Eliana K. Levey


 James Henry 
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Jack Bixhorn
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Christine Gill    Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Mathematics and Business
Alison Branca   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Science and Technology
Heather Stewart   Curriculum Associate 6-12 for Social Studies and FACS
Bradley Murphy   District Administrator for Fine and Performing Arts
Ashley Rosenberg    District Administrator K-12 for World Languages and ENL

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Jack Bixhorn
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Frost’s Carone Recognized by NBC Learn as Inspiring Teacher

Frost’s Carone Recognized by NBC Learn as Inspiring Teacher
Frost’s Carone Recognized by NBC Learn as Inspiring Teacher

Andrea Carone, who teaches seventh and eighth grade science at Robert Frost, was one of just five teachers recently recognized by NBC Learn as educators whose dedication to their students and their communities is truly inspiring.

“I am honored to be recognized,” said Carone, who has taught for more than two decades. “The way that I can go above and beyond in and out of the classroom here at Deer Park is because all of the administrators, teachers and staff go above and beyond for me, to make my job more effective.”

“Ms. Carone’s lessons are not confined to her classroom,” said school psychologist Iris Marchon, who nominated Carone for the recognition. “She’s a model for her entire community of what it means to truly support and uplift one another. She gives her own time and money to support students, staff and families in need, including those impacted by death, fire, displacement or illness. For her middle schoolers, she’s a deeply kind, caring and innovative teacher. For all of us, Ms. Carone is an example of how to lead a life filled with love, joy and generosity, changing the world wherever she goes.”

Frost Eighth Graders Move Up to New Challenges

Frost Eighth Graders Move Up to New Challenges

For the 306 eighth graders of Robert Frost, the June 24 moving up event was a chance to reflect on the conclusion of one educational step, to receive awards and certificates, and to get ready for the new challenge of high school.

National Junior Honor Society Vice President Emily Franciscovich led the Pledge of Allegiance to start the ceremony, followed by addresses from Principal Eliana Levey, Student Council President Kayley Eising and Deer Park High School Charles Cobb.

“As we sit here today, many of us are anxious to finally be on summer break, while others of us have mixed feelings about moving up to high school,” Eising said in her speech. “Our days as middle schoolers are coming to an end, and we will finally be in high school. I feel confident in saying we are all prepared for whatever obstacles we will face in high school. We will be facing new experiences and challenges. We will inevitably be faced with peer pressure at some point, but in these moments, we must remember to be ourselves and not followers.”

Deer Park Honors Superintendent Demyen and Student Accomplishments

Deer Park Honors Superintendent Demyen and Student Accomplishments
At Deer Park’s June 18 Board of Education meeting, the district honored numerous impressive student achievements and said farewell to longtime Superintendent Eva Demyen, who is retiring.

The evening began with a performance of a song by Robert Frost students from Rachel Burkel and Stephanie O’Connell’s classes and the Friends of Frost Social Club, which was dedicated to Demyen, along with the screening of a film on Frost’s BandAid Project and the presentation of a certificate to Frost student Stephanie Sheeler.

Next up was recognition of JFK’s Math Olympiad winners by adviser Lisa Baker. The 21 students honored were Danny Alvarado-Valle, Vincent Cacciola, Arianna Chowdhury, Emily Dong, Katherine Flores, Adam Hassanin, Adan Herrera, Ethan Nelson, Cristian Miller, Gianna Montes, Nobin Nath, Dave Osorio Lara, Mollie Pellicano, Frankie Pisano, Jaidyn Schabe, Jayna Singh, Allessandra Tejero, Arib Uddin, Hailey Weisse, Eshan Zaman and Ali Zorakhsh.

Ashley Rosenberg, the district administrator for ENL and world languages, then presented the winners of the 2019 Grand Concours National French Contest, an annual competition sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of French. Middle school honorees included bronze medalist Anabelle Thelisma and honorable mention winners Emily Kleiber, Alexis Lazarte, Eadie Liu, Adithan Omprakash, Ayesha Shaukat and Anthony Vasquez; while high school honorees were gold medalist Saima Hoque, silver medalists Victoria Egan and Bartlett Polster, bronze medalists Kristin D’Souza, Sameer Riaz, Naomi Sauveur and Diondra Talleyrand, and honorable mention winners Rebecca Fox and Esteysy Yanes Amaya.  

Business-minded high schoolers participating in the DECA club were then presented with certificates by adviser Gregory Menig.

Closing out the evening and the moving tribute to Demyen’s remarkable career, Town of Babylon Supervisor Rich Schaffer presented her with a proclamation presentation.

Jack Bixhorn Named Associate Principal of Frost

Jack Bixhorn Named Associate Principal of Frost

The district has named Jack Bixhorn as an associate principal for Robert Frost, replacing Philip Paniccia, the incoming principal of May Moore.

Bixhorn’s nine years of classroom experience most recently included working as a sixth grade math and science teacher and elementary math specialist in the East Rockaway School District. He previously taught algebra and grades 6-8 special education at the Dr. Richard Izquierdo Health and Science Charter School in the Bronx.

A resident of Long Beach, he earned his bachelor’s degree in health science from the University of Delaware and a dual master’s degree in elementary education and special education as well as a middle school math extension certificate from St. John’s University. He recently completed a postgraduate program in school building and districtl through the College of Saint Rose.  

“I am excited to join the Deer Park school community,” said Bixhorn. “My goal as the associate principal of Robert Frost is to cultivate a safe, caring and supportive learning environment that promotes success for all students.”

ShopRite Dietitian Gives Students Nutrition Advice

ShopRite Dietitian Gives Students Nutrition Advice

Joelle Porush, a retail registered dietitian at the local ShopRite, recently visited with Deer Park secondary students – including seventh grade family and consumer science classes, life skills students and high school food and nutrition classes – to discuss the importance of eating healthy, how nutrition effects our bodies, how to examine the different nutrients listed on a nutrition facts label, and how to create a simple, healthy five-ingredient meal.

“We had a great time, and the students showed a lot of interest in nutrition,” said Porush.

“Joelle provided our students the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of nutrition through hands-on experiences,” said teacher Gabriella Gilmartin. “She is a fantastic resource for the Deer Park community.”

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