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168 Cherry Lane
Carle Place, New York 11514

Principal: Mr. Thomas DePaola Email: tdepaola@cps.k12.ny.us

HS Assistant Principal: Mr.Gerald Baratta Jr.
MS Assistant Principal: Mr. Seth P. Katz


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(516) 622-6432
MS Main Office: (516) 622-6547

 

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Current News

Student Organization Hosts Senior Citizen Luncheon

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On Saturday, May 4, 2019, The Carle Place High School Student Organization held the annual Senior Citizen Luncheon under the direction of Student Organization Advisor, Ms. Erika Fallik. 

The senior citizens of Carle Place enjoyed an afternoon of great food, fun music and exciting games of bingo.  The colorful spring decorations and all of the smiling faces gave the room a contagious, happy vibe. Student leaders served the guests a delicious catered lunch and helped throughout the entire event.  Carle Place High School’s mascot, Carly Passion, even stopped by to join in on the fun!  Undoubtedly, the student leaders of Carle Place High School enjoyed spending the afternoon with our beloved Carle Place Seniors. 

A special thank you to Ms. Fallik and the members of the Student Organization: Gabriella Deninno, Jenny Bocchiocchio, Skylar Reed and Giana McKeough, for organizing the event; and a special thank you to all the student leaders for coming down to help and make it a great afternoon. The Carle Place Student Organization would also like to thank the president of The Carle Place Seniors, John Heslin, for organizing his members to attend this yearly event and their generous donation which will be donated to a charity the students will choose at a later time.

Submitted by Giana McKeough, Student Organization Secretary 

Physically Fit and Ready to Lead

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Six students from the Carle Place School District were recently recognized at the fifth annual Outstanding Elementary and Middle School Physical Education Awards ceremony held at Roslyn High School. Sponsored by the Nassau Zone of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, the awards are bestowed upon two students from each elementary and middle school who demonstrate a physically active lifestyle, responsible behavior and leadership, and overall physical education excellence following nomination by their physical education teachers.

Carle Place extends its congratulations to Cherry Lane School second graders Logan Gomes and Tyler Reedy, Rushmore Avenue School sixth graders Stratos Mehalakes and Reese Aguilar, and Carle Place Middle School eighth graders Thomas Venezia and Leila Naraine, all of whom were honored with awards.

Cherry Lane physical education teacher Conor Reardon is pictured congratulating Carle Place’s winners.


Robotics Students Build for Success

Robotics Students Build for Success
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Kudos to the Carle Place Middle/High School robotics students who designed and built a robot that finished 13th out of 48 teams in the Long Island Regional FIRST competitions held at Hofstra University.

Students designed their robot to complete a specific task at the FIRST competition. Carle Place has been successfully participating in this program since 2000. It’s an excellent way to link science and technology in a real-life  situation, as well as foster teamwork and sportsmanship. 
 

‘Legally Blonde Jr.’ a Smash Hit

‘Legally Blonde Jr.’ a Smash Hit

The Carle Place Middle School Theater Company’s production of “Legally Blonde Jr.” was a smash hit! The show was directed by teacher and theater adviser Cherie Gisondi and produced by Chairperson for Fine and Performing Arts Michael Limone, who also designed the sets. Kudos to the cast and crew, and thanks to all those who came out in support of our students. It was a wonderful weekend of theater filled with great music, song and dance!








Carle Place Athletes Make Their Mark

Carle Place Athletes Make Their Mark

Thirteen of Carle Place Middle/High School’s most distinguished student-athletes recently signed National Letters of Intent to play their respective sports at the collegiate level during a ceremony before family, faculty and coaches.

Carle Place Director of Athletics, Physical Education, Health, Family and Consumer Sciences Christine Ceruti hosted Carle Place’s Commitment Day in the gymnasium, where students, many wearing caps from their school of choice, signed their respective letters. 

The National Letter of Intent is a binding agreement between a prospective student-athlete and a postsecondary institution. The student agrees to attend the school full time and the school agrees to provide a financial scholarship for at least one academic year. 

Congratulations to the following Carle Place senior student-athletes who have committed to participate in collegiate athletics: 

LEAH BURDEN: BASKETBALL, STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
JOSEPH COLA: FOOTBALL, WESTERN NEW ENGLAND UNIVERSITY
KATIE HUTTER: SOFTBALL, MOUNT SAINT VINCENT COLLEGE
AMANDA MARASCO: SOCCER, NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
GIANA MCKEOUGH: FIELD HOCKEY, ADELPHI UNIVERSITY
CAROLINE MCLAUGHLIN: LACROSSE, STETSON UNIVERSITY
SKYLAR REED: FIELD HOCKEY, STATE UNIVERSITY AT GENESEO
ALEXIS RUIZ: FIELD HOCKEY, LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY AT POST
ABBY SELHORN: LACROSSE, UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA
JENNIFER TUMINO: FIELD HOCKEY, STATE UNIVERSITY AT ONEONTA
NICHOLAS VACCARO: FOOTBALL, WESTERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY
RICHARD VENTO: BASEBALL, CITY COLLEGE OF NEW YORK
DYLAN VINCENTI: FOOTBALL & LACROSSE, HILL SCHOOL





 
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