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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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Current News

Honoring Heroes

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In observance of Memorial Day, Carle Place Middle/High School held its annual ceremony to honor four graduates who lost their lives in military service. Members of American Legion Post 1718 were on hand for the ceremony, which included the dedication of a new wreath alongside the plaque that currently hangs in the hallway to honor U.S. Army Corporal Howard Hominick (Class of ’67),  U.S. Marine Captain Walter “Roy” Schmidt (Class of ’63), U.S. Navy Ensign Paul Sempliciano (Class of ’65) and U.S. Army Specialist 4 John Thorp (Class of ’66).

Students lined the main lobby and saluted these men and the veterans on hand. Junior Carly Perruzza played Taps, accompanied by seventh grader Joseph Garcia on the snare drum, just prior to seventh grader Justin Colon laying the wreath. Veterans also had the opportunity to speak with students following the ceremony, including Carle Place High School senior Frank Mastrangelo, who built a special memorial in the front of the school to honor those who served in the military. Frank built the memorial for his Eagle Scout project last year.














NHS and NJHS Induct 83 New Members

NHS and NJHS Induct 83 New Members photo

Congratulations to the 44 new members of the Carle Place National Honor Society and the 39 new members of the Carle Place National Junior Honor Society. Principal Tom DePaola led both groups in their respective pledges during induction ceremonies held in April.

Carle Place NHS President Jenny Bocchicchio led the Pledge of Allegiance and lit the ceremonial candle of scholarship, joined by NJHS President Chloe Mosca. Vice Presidents Gabriella Deninno (NHS) and Abigail Lyons (NJHS) lit the candle of service, while officers Devin Eichel, Alexandra Feit, Michelle Ramalhete, Giovanna Ventimiglia and Julia Winer completed candlelighting honors for the remaining principles of leadership, character and citizenship.

Caryl Lorandini co-advises both groups while Dr. Steven Leffler and Lauren Palma co-advise the NHS and NJHS, respectively.

NHS Pledge
I pledge myself to uphold
The high purposes of the 
National Honor Society
To which I have been elected,
Striving in every way
By word and deed
To make its ideals
The ideals of my school
And of my life.


NJHS Pledge
I pledge myself to uphold
the high purposes
of the National Junior Honor Society
to which I have been selected;
I will be true to the principles
for which it stands;
I will be loyal to my school,
and will maintain and encourage
high standards of scholarship,
leadership, service, character, and citizenship.


Pledging To Be Kind

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The Carle Place Middle School Builders Club recently conducted a Kindness Kampaign to encourage others to make kindness their mission in life, each and every day. The club designated May 15 as Kindness Day, as all staff and students wore yellow in support of the campaign and signed a pledge to be kind all of the time. 

Upon their arrival to school on Kindness Day, students were greeted in the main lobby by Builders Club members and were asked to take the kindness pledge to the backdrop of the high school chorus performing. Second period teachers were also given kindness cards to distribute to their students, ensuring that every Carle Place Middle/High School student received a card. Each kindness card contained a secret “mission,” or random act of kindness, for the recipient to decode and complete. 

The Kindness Kampaign was coordinated by teacher/adviser Tara Vasilakopoulos and turned out to be a great success that raised awareness about the importance of accepting and including others.



 

 

Student Changemaker Honored

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Congratulations to Carle Place Middle/High School student Samantha Wagner, who was recently recognized for her community service efforts at the annual Nassau County Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance) ceremony. This award is presented to students in Nassau County who are civically responsible and promote tolerance. 

Samantha is described by her teachers and peers as kind, dedicated, driven, passionate, humble and versatile. She is active in various after-school activities such as Key Club, varsity volleyball, varsity bowling and varsity track, but she has truly made her mark in student government as the junior class secretary and as the Key Club public relations representative. Samantha has held leadership positions within the Key Club since 2017 and has volunteered at the local Boys and Girls Club as well as the INN soup kitchen. 

Additionally, Samantha has exercised technological creativity through Key Club by making detailed informational videos for various organizations. These videos were used an educational tool for the entire high school to promote fundraising and service learning for organizations such as the Amputee Coalition, Hagedorn Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Center, Smile Train and NYU Winthrop Hospital’s Breast Health Center. She was a key coordinator for Carle Place High School’s Battling for a Cause event in February, which raised $23,000 for the Long Island Tourette Association. 

Samantha is wise beyond her years, understands the importance of giving back to her community and is truly deserving of this honor.
 
 




 

 

Creative Conservationist

Creative Conservationist photo
Congratulations to Carle Place Middle/High School student Angelina Daniel, who received Honorable Mention in the Town of North Hempstead’s Earth Day T-Shirt design competition. Angelina is congratulated here by Town Supervisor Judi Bosworth and other Town officials.
 
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