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Budget Vote by Absentee Ballots

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*Important COVID-19 Update*

  • Budget & School Board Candidate Vote - June 9, 2020.

  • Budget Vote to be held by absentee ballot only. Absentee ballots will be mailed to all registered voters by May 26, 2020 and are due in the District Clerk's Office by 5:00 p.m. on June 9, 2020. 

Important Information for Voter Registration for the June 9, 2020 Budget and School Board Candidate Vote:

In light of the limitations posed by COVID-19, there will be no in-person voter registration held at school district offices prior to the June 9, 2020 vote.  If you are not currently registered to vote, registration with the County Board of Elections is available online through the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles website at wishing to register online must do so by May 26, 2020.


For Additional Information see Budget Postcard

District Continues Memorial Day Tradition

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The district commemorated the brave men and women who served the country on Memorial Day in an effort to continue teaching students the importance of Memorial Day during the pandemic.

Every year, the district invites Korean War veteran and present Commander of the Carle Place American Legion Post 1718 Al Piscitelli and his fellow Legionnaires to join the ceremony. After a few remarks, a wreath is respectfully placed by the district’s youngest student near the plaque that hangs outside the auditorium, which honors the four Carle Place students who perished in the Vietnam War. The district also remembers those who have died defending the nation in other wars, such as Korean War, World War II, World War I, and the nation’s current conflicts.

To replace the annual tradition, an email was sent out to members of the district community around noon, which is the same time the traditional ceremony takes place. The email asked community members to reflect on the names of the four students who walked the same Carle Place hallways, and honor those same brave men and women that came before them that also gave the ultimate sacrifice.

Below are the names of the four Carle Place students who perished in the Vietnam War:
• Corporal Howard Hugh Hominick, U.S. Army, died on April 27, 1968, in Kontum, South Korea, less than a year after graduating from Carle Place in June 1967.
• Ensign Paul Douglas Semplocino, U.S. Navy, Class of 1965, died in Thailand on May 15, 1971, while serving aboard the USS Shelton. He graduated from Carle Place in 1965.
• U.S. Marine Corps Captain Walter Roy Schmidt, Class of 1963, shot down and captured on June 9, 1968, in Thua Thien, South Vietnam. His body was never recovered.
• Specialist John William Thorp, U.S. Army, Class of 1965, died on Sept. 8, 1968 in Binh Dinh, South Vietnam.

Carle Place Athletic Awards Ceremony 2020

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Tonight,  Wednesday, May 27th at 6 pm the premiere of our Carle Place 2020 Virtual Athletic Awards Ceremony will be available to all.  Thank you to our varsity coaches who contributed.  Hope you enjoy!

Click the Link Below

Budget Hearing and Meet the Candidates

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To comply with health and safety issues related to COVID-19 and public meetings, the May 26th Budget Hearing and Meet the Candidates will be taped remotely and made available to the public. Here are links to the agenda.  Since we are unable to take questions from the public during the meeting, please direct any questions you may have regarding the agenda items to Mrs. Susan Eliasoph at  




May 26th   



Code of Ethics 6110

Purchasing Policy 5410



Meeting Information

Board of Education Meeting

Budget Hearing and Meet the Candidates

Time: May 26, 2020 08:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)


Zoom Meeting



Meeting ID: 986 196 9523

Poem In Your Pocket Day

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Carle Place Middle-High School probationary English Honor Society students were asked to come up with a way to spread poetry to the school’s amazing staff for National Poem in your Pocket Day. Below is a video that they created that demonstrates students narrating four poems.
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