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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


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

 

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2018 Career Day a HUGE SUCCESS!

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On Tuesday, April 24, 2018, led by Guidance Director Dr. Joy-Anne D’Anca and MS Counselor Robert Santoro, the Carle Place Middle School/High School Guidance Department proudly presented our annual Career Day to our entire student body. Eighteen enthusiastic and amazingly talented professionals graciously shared their time with our students in the gymnasium in a college fair setting. Each academic period was designated for a grade level with counselors and faculty available to assist in guiding our students in proposing questions and conversations.

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Students Offer SADD Reminder

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Members of the Students Against Destructive Decisions club at CPHS participated in Grim Reaper Day, designed to spread awareness about the dangers of drinking and driving. Each period, a gong would sound to signify a life taken by drunk driving. In addition, students in the club wore face makeup and a sign to inform others that they had been affected and would remain silent for the day. They also brought gravestones to the main lobby to create a visual reminder of how many people are victims of drunk driving.
History of the Frog