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Deer Park High School

1 Falcon Place
Deer Park, New York 11729

 

 

 

 

Charles Cobb,  Principal

Craig Evans,  Associate Principal

Garret Noblett,  Associate Principal

Dina Pannone,  Associate Principal

Craig Evans, Dignity Act Coordinator [Tel: (631) 274-4110]

 

Curriculum Associates (6-12)    District Administrators
Justin Uliano,  ELA, Reading and Library        Bradley Murphy, Fine and Performing Arts
Christine Gill, Mathematics and Business   Ashley Rosenberg, World Languages and ENL
Alison Branca, Science and Technology   David DePrima, Secondary Special Education
Vanessa Langdon, Social Studies and FACS   Dominick Fontana, Health, Physical Education, and Athletics

 

Flyers & Notices

Announcements

Trio of Falcons Swimmers Earn All-League for Relay Performance

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Three members of Deer Park High School’s girls varsity swimming and diving team – junior Jamey Amador, freshman Nathalie Martillo and junior Hailey Quinn – were recently awarded All-League status for their exceptional performance in the 200-meter freestyle relay.

Date Added: 1/14/2022

Spanish Honor Society's December Newsletter!

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For the month of December, the Deer Park High School Spanish Honor Society newsletter focused on holiday celebrations. The members discussed the history of celebrations and highlighted the similarities and differences between holidays such as Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Three Kings Day, Eid and Chinese New Year. Junior Dimitra Pavlatos interviewed Spanish Honor Society member Sarah Naqvi about her background and the way her family celebrates the different holidays of their cultures. Member Tiffany Bala spoke with the high school social worker, Mrs. Nelson-Williams, and reported that many faculty members, clubs and neighbors contribute to the annual Giving Tree and join together to support Deer Park families in need. Other cultural contributions were shared by the International Culture Club, Pen Society, Black Student Union, Muslim Student Association, Gay Straight Alliance and Deer Park High School Library. We hope you enjoy reading this month's newsletter and that you and your families had a very Happy New Year!

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Welcoming Winter Concerts Back to Deer Park

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Deer Park welcomed back its winter concert tradition in December with live, in-person events at Deer Park High School, Robert Frost Middle School and John F. Kennedy Intermediate School, showcasing the talent and hard work of the district’s student-musicians.

“Students and teachers produced a wonderful concert series to usher in the return of live performances in Deer Park,” said Bradley Murphy, the district administrator for fine and performing arts. “Congratulations to all our performers!”

Click here to view videos of each school's performances.



DPHS Violinist Ryder Min Performs at All-State Conference

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Deer Park High School violinist Ryder Min was named an All-State musician by the New York State School Music Association this year, and performed with the All-State Symphony Orchestra. at the 85th annual All-State Winter Conference, held Dec. 2-5 in Rochester.

“We are incredibly proud of all of Ryder’s accomplishments,” said Bradley Murphy, the district administrator for fine and performing arts.

DPHS Welcomes 65 New National Honor Society Inductees

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In a triumphant return to in-person recognition, Deer Park High School held its 60th annual National Honor Society induction ceremony on Dec. 13, welcoming 65 new members in front of proud family and friends.

“It’s good to be back,” said NHS adviser Seth Margolin. “We are very happy and proud to be here tonight, to be a part of this important event in the lives of these 65 inductees.”

After lauding the new inductees for their achievement, Margolin asked for a round of applause for the students’ parents, saying, “To the parents that are here tonight, that’s not an accident. This doesn’t happen without you. Thank you for your love, your support and your guidance that’s brought these students here to the National Honor Society.”

In attendance were Suffolk County legislators Tom Donnelly and Steven Flotteron, who both congratulated the students and the district for their academic success.