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168 Cherry Lane
Carle Place, New York 11514

Principal: Mr. Thomas DePaola Email:

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

Arrangements have been made to have free/reduced cost meals made available to eligible students during the temporary closure of the Carle Place School District.  Multiple day “Grab and Go” meals will be distributed  according to the following schedule:  

Wednesday March 18th – 3 days of meals for Wednesday March 18th , Thursday March 19th  and Friday March 20th

Monday March 23rd – 2 days of meals for Monday March 23rd and Tuesday March 24th

Wednesday March 25th – 3 days of meals for Wednesday March 25th , Thursday March 26th  and Friday March 27th

NEW! Monday March 30th – 2days of meals for Monday March 30th and Tuesday March  31st

Meals will be distributed at the cafeteria door accessed from the parking lot behind Carle Place High School from 11:00-12:00 on 3/18, 3/23 and 3/25

If extenuating circumstances prevent you from picking up the meals please contact Nancy Cara at or (516) 622-6485




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6th Grade Parent Orientation 2019



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Current News

Battling for Pompe Disease

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 On Friday, Jan. 31, the Carle Place High School Student Organization and Key Club held an assembly for grades 9 through 12 about their annual Battle of the Classes, Battling for a Cause event.  

This year students will be battling for Duke Children’s (Dr. Kishnani’s Pompe Disease Fund), which is a rare, inherited condition that affects multiple organ systems due to a buildup of glycogen in the body. Money fund-raised will help advance research, develop new therapies and to improve the quality of life for patients. This charity was chosen by the students, who were inspired by the story of Roseann and John Favicchia’s granddaughter Sophia, who is impacted by this disease. This year’s event will take place on Friday, Feb. 28.Online donations can be made by visiting:

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