Say Goodbye to the Class of 2020!


Mrs. Gisondi

Carle Place High School decorated to send off our seniors

Hana Zhang, Editor-in-chief

Crossroads would like to dedicate this story to our seniors. They have experienced  so much throughout their four years of high school. Although their senior year got cut off short, the Carle Place community came together to celebrate their new beginnings. 

On Friday, May 29th, a car parade was planned for the Class of 2020. The seniors decorated their cars to show off CPHS spirit and to show their pride for their future schools. The staff and onlookers watched with teary eyes as the seniors drove by, who were waving and blasting music from their cars. 

The Class of 2020 in their cars, Carly Perruzza in front. (Mrs. Ceruti)
Emiline Biggin in her car. (Mrs. Ceruti)

We asked seniors to share their favorite memories during their time at Carle Place High School, and their future plans. Here are their responses:


Anytime our class had a banner meeting for homecoming, it was always really fun! Whether it was during summer or after school, I loved painting things and hanging out with people I normally wouldn’t have. It was especially exciting freshmen year when it was the first time I participated as a class officer. “

BOTC 2020, From left to right: Max Buck, Danielle Grima

“I will be attending SUNY Oneonta in the fall and while there, I hope to explore things that I’m interested in that will help me find a great career. “


Winning Battle of the Classes this year”

Senior Sunrise, From left to right: Katarina Zedlovich, Cindy Lu, Ashley Larsen

“Attending Adelphi University”


Talking to Victoria Argenzio”

Christopher Froehlich

“Major in Sports And Entertainment Management at the University of South Carolina”


Senior Sunrise”

Matt Quijano

“Attending Fordham University “


“My favorite memory at Carle Place High School is the overall involvement and school spirit of every student and staff member. It truly felt like a family every minute I was there.”

Samantha Wagner

“Syracuse University – Forensic Science and Biology Major on a Pre-Health Track”

Carle Place Frog with Mrs. Buffalino-Minkoff and Ms. Kelly (Mrs. Gisondi)

Once a frog, always a frog!