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Spanish Honor Society Spring Newsletter

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The Spanish Honor Society is delighted to present the latest edition of our quarterly newsletter, packed with insightful articles that celebrate Hispanic culture and community. From a vibrant exploration of traditional attire and festival highlights to a deep dive into the rich history and significance of events like the Carnaval de Río de Janeiro, each article offers a colorful glimpse into cultural traditions and celebrations.

We extend our heartfelt thanks to graduating senior Mohammad Fahad, the dedicated director of our newsletter, whose unwavering commitment and hard work have brought these stories to life. Mo's passion for sharing knowledge and fostering cultural appreciation shines through each edition, enriching our community's understanding of Hispanic heritage. We will miss you next year!

Special recognition goes to Mr. Villalobos and the Robert Frost Middle School Spanish Club for their invaluable contributions and involvement in this edition. Their enthusiasm and dedication have added depth and authenticity to our exploration of Hispanic culture, ensuring that our newsletter continues to educate and inspire readers of all ages.

Date Added: 6/13/2024

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Five Deer Park Seniors Sign for College Athletics

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Five outstanding Deer Park High School senior athletes committed to continuing their sports careers in college this fall during a June 5 recognition ceremony hosted by District Administrator for Athletics, Physical Education, Health and Recreation Dominick Fontana in the school’s chorus room.

Karen Garcia will play soccer at Queens College. She earned All-Division (2021, 2023) and All-League (2022) honors during her high school career. She plans to major in biochemistry.

“I chose this college because I really loved the campus,” Garcia said. “I also liked the coaching staff and the girls on the team were very welcoming.”

Vincent LaCascia will play baseball at Bridgeport University. He earned All-League honors (2023) and won the team’s MVP (2023) and Coaches Award (2022). He plans to major in physical therapy.

“I liked the academic and baseball programs at Bridgeport when I visited,” LaCascia said.

Hayden Lovinsky will play football at SUNY Cortland. A three-sport athlete, he served as captain of Deer Park’s football team and played for the varsity basketball and lacrosse teams. His high school career accolades include First Team All-State, First Team All-Long Island, All-County, First Team All-Division, 2023 Tom Cassese Award winner (best defensive back in Suffolk County), National Football Foundation Award finalist (best wide receiver in Suffolk), Best Defensive Player Award finalist, Suffolk County Student-Athlete of the Year nominee and team MVP. Lovinsky plans to major in criminology.

“Cortland is a great academic college with amazing sports facilities and teams, and an in-state SUNY school,” Lovinsky said of his choice.

Tyler Romero will join the swimming and diving team at Adelphi University. During his time at Deer Park, he earned numerous accolades including All-County, All-League, All-Long Island, Suffolk County Diver of the Year, Long Island Championship third place, league first place, Suffolk County first place and team MVP. Romero plans to major in physics.

Romero noted that Adelphi not only has a excellent swimming and diving team, but has the engineering program he is interested in. “I also like the coach is the same as my club coach, who I started diving with back in my sophomore year,” he said. “It is also important to me that Adelphi is close to home so that I can stay with my family.”

Brian Ugalde will play baseball at SUNY Cortland. He earned All-League and Scholar-Athlete recognition during his high school career. Ugalde plans to major in physical education.

“I chose Cortland because it has an outstanding physical education program,” Ugalde said. “SUNY Cortland baseball has been nationally ranked in the Top 10 for many years, and I am excited to play at a higher level of competition.”

Date Added: 6/12/2024

Deer Park School District UPK RFP

Date Added: 6/12/2024

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June 11, 2024 Board of Education Meeting - *RESCHEDULED DATE*

The Tuesday, June 11 Board of Education Meeting has been RESCHEDULED for Monday, June 17.   

The meeting will take place in the Administration Office at 8:00 p.m. 

Deer Park Girls Track Stars Finish Season Strong

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Deer Park High School girls track stars Kayla Beaumont and Alex Geosits both had strong finishes to their seasons.

Beaumont won the Suffolk County title in the triple jump and represented Deer Park and Section XI at the New York State Championship on June 7-8 at Cicero-North Syracuse High School, where she was ranked 16th and finished 12th overall. She earned the title of county champ with a jump of 17 feet, 9 inches, which was one foot better than her nearest competitor. Beaumont tallied a season-best jump of 38 feet, 2 inches and broke her own school record.

Geosits claimed All-Section honors in her final race as a Falcon. She ran the preliminary 400-meter intermediate hurdles at the sectional state qualifier meet and then finished fourth in the finals. Geosits finished her final season as No. 2 all-time in school history in the 400-meter hurdles.

Date Added: 6/11/2024