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168 Cherry Lane
Carle Place, New York 11514

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

Assistant Principal: Mr. Gerald Baratta Jr.
Email: gbaratta@cps.k12.ny.us

Assistant Principal: Mr. Allen Foraker 
Email: aforaker@cps.k12.ny.us

HS Main Office: (516) 622-6432

MS Main Office: (516) 622-6547


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Sharing the Love of Writing

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Members of Carle Place High School’s chapter of the National English Honor Society got the chance to spread their love of writing with the second graders of Cherry Lane Elementary School recently. Students were split up into stations to create unique characters, settings, plots, etc. and then put their ideas together into separate stories. The high school students and second graders had a wonderful time collaborating and reinforcing the skills the latter had learned about during the school year. Once finished, the books were bound, and students were given prizes for creativity.

Date Added: 6/11/2024

Carle Place High School students raise over $11,000 for Autism Society in annual Battle of the Classes event

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Students in grades 9-12 at Carle Place High School recently showcased their competitive spirit and community dedication by participating in the annual Battle of the Classes: Battling for a Cause event. Organized by the Student Organization and the Key Club, this year’s event focused on raising funds for the Autism Society.

The students engaged in a series of fun and challenging games including volleyball, an obstacle course, Just Dance, relay races, quizbowl, ultimate frisbee, basketball, bubble ball, and tug of war. In addition to the spirited competition, participants made a pledge to Choose to Include. This campaign, sponsored by the Special Olympics, promotes inclusivity in all aspects of life, especially in school events.

The event was a remarkable success, with students collectively raising over $11,000 for the Autism Society throughout the 2023-2024 school year. The funds were gathered through the Battle of the Classes event and the Dancing with the Frogs initiative, demonstrating the students' commitment to making a positive impact in their community.

Carle Place ELA Students host First Annual Author’s Chair Event

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Carle Place seventh grade ELA students hosted the first annual Author's Chair Event that took place at the Carle Place Middle/High School Library on May 21 for parents and administrators.

Under the guidance of their teachers Mrs. Ivana Pezza and Mrs. Brittany Cottone, students coordinated the details of the program from designing the invitations, decorating the space, preparing event programs, and serving as presenters. The students volunteered to read excerpts from their favorite pieces of writing that they had worked on throughout the school year. Each student presenter introduced themselves, shared why they were proud of their writing, and highlighted the specific skills they had worked hard to develop in their writing.

Concluding the program, guests were quick to congratulate and praise the students for showcasing their writing to an authentic audience while improving their public speaking skills.

Date Added: 6/4/2024

Eleven Carle Place High School Student Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

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Eleven Carle Place High School student athletes recently signed National Letters of Intent to signify their commitment to play Division I, II and III sports in college at the high school’s second annual Signing Day.

James Demakopoulos, Lacrosse, Holy Family University

Joseph Gagliardo, Lacrosse, State University of New York at Delhi

Abigail Han, Swim, Boston University

Caitlin Leary, Basketball, Mercy College

Blake Lyons, Lacrosse, State University of New York at New Paltz

Kaitlyn McGovern, Lacrosse, Bryant University

Jake Pepitone, Tennis, Farmingdale State College

Nikolas Psalidas, Ice Hockey, Stevens College

Paige Selhorn, Lacrosse, University of Cincinnati

Sehaj Singh, Tennis, Roger Williams University

Daniel Webber, Lacrosse, State University of New York at Delhi

The athletes gathered in the high school gymnasium where they were joined by family members, coaches and school administration to celebrate their accomplishments. Congratulations to James, Joseph, Abigail, Caitlin, Blake, Kaitlyn, Jake, Nikolas, Paige, Sehaj and Daniel on all your commitments!

Date Added: 5/31/2024

Carle Place High School Builder’s Club and National English Honor Society host Book Drive for a Local Nonprofit

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The Carle Place High School Builder’s Club and National English Honor Society recently partnered to host a collaborative Book Drive. Together, the two groups collected over 5,000 books to benefit Book Fairies, a local nonprofit that sources and redistributes books to under-resourced communities on Long Island, NYC and internationally to provide equitable opportunities for children to learn, grow, and thrive.

Date Added: 5/31/2024