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Fall Sports Highlights

Congratulations to Coach Foraker, Coach Reardon and the Varsity Boys Soccer Team who defeated West Hempstead 1-0 to clinch the Conference. They are consecutive CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS and head to the Class B County Semi Final as the #1 seed.

Semi Final Game, Monday, October 28th, 6:00 pm @ Farmingdale State College

GO FROGS!!!

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Abby Lyons (10th grader) has been named to the 2019 USA Select U15 Girls Lacrosse Team!

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Hall of Fame Induction 

Congratulations to former Athletic Director Jimmy Colligan and former coach Gloria O’Connor who were inducted into the Dr. James Tolle High School Athletics Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Sept. 25 at the Crest Hollow Country Club. The Nassau County High School Athletics Hall of Fame honors the contributions and accomplishments of individuals who are worthy of county-wide recognition. Thank you Margaret and JP Colligan for attending and all your support throughout the years! And to our Carle Place family who attended, Marino Ceccoli, Mike Nicol, Richie Owens, Neil Connolly, Joan Caliendo, Erika Fallik, Karen Dornick and Allen Foraker.


Newsday’s Top 100 boys’ soccer players 2019

Chris Deveau 
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School: Carle Place
Position: F
Class: Senior
Conference: Conference AB-IV
Deveau scored seven goals and added four assists for the Class B Long Island Champions


Gio Fabiano 
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School: Carle Place
Position: M
Class: Junior
Conference: Conference AB-IV
The midfield playmaker had a pivotal in role in helping the Frogs capture the Long Island Championship.


Kevin Graca 
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School: Carle Place
Position: F
Class: Senior
Conference: Conference AB-IV
His play down the stretch helped Carle Place win the Long Island title, including a penalty kick conversion in the championship match.

 

Long Island Top 10 field hockey players to watch for 2019
Emiline Biggin, Carle Place, F, Sr.
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Carle Place Emiline Biggin, right, celebrates the win with teammates Alexis Ruiz after defeating Schuylerville in the state Class C field hockey semifinal. Photo Credit: Nick Serrata


September 18, 2019

Congratulations to Coach Tonner, Coach Kimmons,
Emma and Leah!!


NEWSDAY’S: Top 100 girls’ soccer players 2019

Emma Beattie 
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School: Carle Place
Position: M
Class: Senior
Conference: AB-III

Beattie, committed to Stony Brook, had 15 goals and seven assists last year.


Leah Iglesias
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School: Carle Place
Position: F
Class: Junior
Conference: AB-III 

Iglesias, committed to Hofstra, had 31 goals and 10 assists last season, including a five-goal game and two four-goal outputs. She opened this year with four goals in a 4-0 win over Glen Cove.
 

Livestream our Homecoming Game – Friday, Oct. 18

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Crazy Hair

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Superintendent of Schools Christine Finn joined students at Cherry Lane School for their Crazy Hair Day! In honor of Spirit Week, each day the students are celebrating with a different event or fun activity.

Distinguished Club Award

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The Carle Place MS Builders Club under the advisory of Mrs. Tully received the Best Annual Achievement Report- Distinguished Club Award from Kiwanis International Organization’s NY District for their participation and organization of various charitable events throughout the year. The Builders Club students have been hard at work planning to volunteer at various organizations around Nassau County. Congratulations!

ENL PARENT ORIENTATION NIGHT

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The ENL Department hosted its annual ENL Parent Orientation, which allowed those who have just entered the district to learn about the program offered, as well receive some ideas on how they can support their children at home. At the end of the evening, resources were given out by the department to enrich the parents in acclimating to the district and learning what community resources are available to them. “Parents appreciated the presentations and seemed to feel more comfortable reaching out and being part of the school community,” ENL Department head Mr. James Fisher said.
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