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Coronavirus Information

Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District officials are in ongoing contact with the New York State Department of Health, the Nassau County Department of Health, and the New York State Education Department regarding the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Any COVID-19 guidance for our schools will come from these agencies.

We will continue to update this page with resources and information as it becomes available.


Coronavirus Update 6/26/20 - Update from Superintendent of Schools, Mr. John DeTommaso Regarding Reopening Schools 2020-21

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Coronavirus Update 6/4/20 - Message from the BMCHSD Board of Education and the Superintendent of Schools, Mr. John DeTommaso

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Coronavirus Update 6/3/20 - June 2 Board of Education Meeting Video

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Coronavirus Update 6/1/20 -Board of Education Announcement

The Board of Education announces a virtual meeting for Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 8:00 p.m. The meeting will be taking place via videoconference with no in-person attendance.

Please click here for the full agenda.

The 6/2/20 Board of Education meeting will be streamed via Zoom Webinar

Please see the details below:

When: June 2, 2020 08:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: 8:00pm BMCHSD Board of Education Meeting - Tuesday, June 2 

Please click the link below to join the webinar: 

Password: 093860 


Coronavirus Update 5/27/20 -Academic Summer Refresher Courses

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Coronavirus Update 5/15/20 -2019-20 School Year Update

Dear Bellmore-Merrick Families and Staff,

As per Governor Cuomo’s most recent Executive Order on May 8, 2020, the Bellmore-Merrick Distance Learning Plan will remain in effect until Friday, June 12th.  District administration and faculty will utilize Monday, June 15th, Tuesday, June 16th and Wednesday, June 17th to finalize grade reporting and process 4th Quarter Report Cards.  NYSED’s decision to cancel Regents Exams, the district’s decision to cancel all final exams, and the decision to continue Distance Learning during the Spring Recess were all determining factors when making the decision to end the school year on Wednesday, June 17th (Please note that May 22nd and May 26th, which were originally designated as snow make-up days, will now be instructional days with scheduled distance learning). The Central High School District also worked in coordination and collaboration with the four component elementary school districts when making the final determination of the last school day.  Please know that the Bellmore-Merrick School Counseling and PPS teams, as well as the Central Office and Building Administrative teams, will remain available to assist students and families throughout the summer months. 

As we move towards the completion of the 2019-20 academic school year, Bellmore-Merrick Administrative and Faculty teams have also been identifying skills, concepts, and content that are essential to future success, and will be offering a series of Academic Refresher Courses by subject area and grade level for students to access prior to the start of the 2020-21 school year.  More details to follow. 

Decisions about year-end celebrations like Middle School Moving Up Ceremonies and High School Graduations are still being discussed, and further clarification from the Governor’s office will be needed before we finalize our plans.  Please know that we will do whatever is needed to provide our students and families with these memorable events that recognize our students’ achievements.  We are hoping to conclude those discussions and finalize our plans as soon as possible.

Be well and stay safe,

John DeTommaso

Superintendent of Schools



Coronavirus Update 5/1/20 -Extended School Closure Update

Dear Bellmore-Merrick Families, 

I hope this email finds you all safe and well. I am writing to you this afternoon to let you know that Governor Cuomo has just announced that schools will remain closed for the rest of the 2019-20 academic school year.  We are expecting further information from the Governor’s Office as to the specific details.  As soon as that information becomes available, we will communicate that with you. 

As difficult as this is to comprehend and write, it was certainly not unexpected.  Although significant progress has been made to stop the spread, it is hard to argue this decision as COVID-19 continues to bring daily heartache and fear to our friends and neighbors. I am more than aware that the loss of life and tragic circumstances faced by many we know makes the closing of school, in reality, less devastating.  However, I cannot help feeling a tremendous sense of loss for our Bellmore-Merrick family…our students, parents and staff, with this last decision to close school.  The finality of it is hard to handle for all of us, but especially for our kids.  Let us be certain to keep them in the forefront of our thoughts as they try to deal with something that very few people on this planet have ever experienced. 

While we are truly heartbroken for the members of the Class of 2020, know that the Bellmore-Merrick Administrative Team has been working tirelessly to find ways to celebrate our seniors and preserve as many end-of-year events as possible.  The team has also been working on culminating events for our middle school students as well.  Even though these events will look very different this year, we are fully committed to finding creative ways to celebrate and honor the accomplishments of this extraordinary group of seniors.  In the weeks to come, guidance from the Governor Cuomo, the CDC and the NYS Health Department will allow us to finalize plans in regards to our end-of-year events. As soon as decisions are made, we will communicate our finalized plans.

Please know that our hearts and thoughts go out to all of our students, especially our seniors and their families during this most difficult time, and we look forward to recognizing their incredible accomplishments to the Bellmore-Merrick community and celebrating their high school graduation.

Be well and stay safe,

John DeTommaso

Superintendent of Schools


Coronavirus Update 4/29/20 - Updates on Distance Learning Plan and 4th Quarter

Dear Parents/Guardians:

When we first received word that schools were closing on March 16th, none of us could have imagined how long and challenging this spring would be.  During the course of the last two months, the Bellmore-Merrick administrators and faculty have worked diligently to enhance, improve and refine our distance learning plan, and offer an experience that is fair, consistent, and manageable.  I am writing to provide you with an update in regards to the most recent changes relating to the Bellmore-Merrick Distance Learning Plan and the 4th Quarter.

Distance Learning Plan

While distance learning is not equivalent to an “in-person” education, the implementation of a departmental schedule on April 1st has provided structure and consistency to our plan.  Entering the month of May, and awaiting further guidance from Governor Cuomo, now more than ever, our students need more opportunities to interact and connect with their teachers and classmates.  While pre-recorded and live instructional platforms have become the norm for most of our teachers, as of Monday, May 4th, we will be providing more instruction that allows for greater teacher-student interaction.  Students can expect to see more pre-recorded videos and/or may be asked to participate in live video or audio mini-lessons through applications like Zoom or Google Meets.  In addition, teachers will be available during extra help time blocks via live platforms such as Zoom or Google Meets to answer questions and give additional support.  The academic focus for the remainder of the school closure will be on skill development, completion of units of study, and preparing students for future learning.  With decisions made in regards to the cancellation of NYS Regents and BMCHSD final exams, teachers now have the ability to dig deeper into the curriculum and engage students in additional learning experiences. 

4th Quarter Grades

Teachers will continue to utilize their current grading practices to provide feedback and monitor student progress on assignments, effort, and online participation.  All distance learning will be converted to a Pass/Fail grade for the 4th Quarter Report Card.  Note that the decision to utilize a Pass/Fail quarter grade is in effect assuming that distance learning will continue past May 15th.

Please note if your child is enrolled in a Dual Enrollment Course for College Credit, BMCHSD teachers are required to submit numerical and/or letter grades to the participating college at the end of the semester.  Therefore, dual enrollment course teachers will continue to use numerical grades throughout the 4th quarter so that they can clearly demonstrate student understanding and successful completion of the unit of study.

Attendance and Active Participation

There still remains the expectation that students are participating, attending, and meeting the requirements of their teachers.  As always, BMCHSD teachers are committed to providing opportunities for student success and growth.  Now more than ever, it is important for students to take advantage of connecting with their teachers and classmates.  We ask that you speak to your children about the importance of staying engaged with their teachers and working hard to complete their units of study and develop the necessary skills so they are best prepared for future learning.    

Thank you for your never-ending support, patience, and understanding as we continue to work together through these incredibly challenging times.  Our district and building level administrative teams, along with our school counseling and PPS staffs remain available if you have any questions or concerns.  Once again, thank you for your active participation and cooperation.

Take care and be well,

John DeTommaso - Superintendent of Schools

Mike Harrington - Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum


Coronavirus Update 4/22/20 - Concerts and Musicals Update

Dear Bellmore-Merrick families,

I hope this email finds you and your family healthy & navigating as best as possible during this uncertain time.

The State and Federal guidelines for social distancing and school closures through at least May 15th  have now brought us to a point in our school calendar when many wonderful spring events take place, specifically our concerts and rescheduled musicals.  Most of these events were scheduled to start this week and continue over the next several weeks.  To say this is a devastating time is an understatement as we know how meaningful these events and memories are to all of us; their cancellation by virtue of the simple fact that we are not in school is heartbreaking.

As this unprecedented situation continues to evolve, there is always the possibility of things changing.  While we can with no certainty guarantee rescheduled future dates, there is always hope...and while it is becoming more and more difficult, the District will continue to hold on to that hope for our kids.

However, what we do know for certain at this time is the important role that the arts play in all of our lives,  perhaps now more than ever.  Therefore, we will continue providing meaningful musical experiences for our students involved in these programs while remote learning is taking place.  

And to all our students...We are so incredibly proud of you.  Remember, we are here for you and encourage you to use music right now for the powerful healing tool it can be.

Be well.

-Ms. Fontana

Cheryl Fontana

Director Fine & Performing Arts


Coronavirus Update 4/21/20 - Cancellation of Spring Sports-Section VIII

Dear Bellmore-Merrick Athletes:

Across the globe, from the professional ranks to little league, the widespread decisions to postpone or cancel virtually all athletic competition this spring come with an understandable and unavoidable level of disappointment, anger, and despair from all involved, including myself. Regrettably, this letter is to inform you that today, Patrick Pizzarelli, Executive Director of Section VIII Athletics, has made the difficult decision to cancel the Spring Sports Season in Nassau County. To say that this is devastating would be an understatement. I am so sorry.

Every athlete can connect to the fact that their hard work, team bonding, and championship aspirations feel abruptly taken without any sign of replacement. So many stories will likely go untold, but the playing field has been evened. The score is 0-0. Right now, in this time of unprecedented measures, sports shows character and that is why we love them the way we do. The challenge is to somehow become better as a result of it all.

For those seniors whose careers have been cut short, hold your head high. As challenging as it may be at this time, think about the lasting memories you have made with coaches and teammates and the time and effort that you have invested throughout your career. Reminisce about the excitement of achieving an off-season personal goal, team accolades or seeing your best friends perform well. For those who plan to continue sports participation collegiately, know that this will not define you. Rather, it is just the beginning of your journey.

To underclassmen in high school, as well as, middle school athletes continuing their pursuit of excellence at home, when you play catch with a sibling, go for a run around the neighborhood, throw a lacrosse ball against the wall or shoot hoops in the driveway, hold out hope. When you get back to league competition, the championship game or 8am Saturday practices, no longer take it for granted. I look forward to seeing you all compete next year, bigger, better and stronger. With the mental fortitude to take on any hurdle that comes your way.

Please know that I, along with our Board of Education, our entire Administrative team, Athletic Coordinators, coaches and support staff will exhaust every effort to ensure that all eligible athletes receive their letters, pins and certificates. Rest assured we will also work diligently with each High School Sports Boosters organization to determine how to best conduct end of season sports awards ceremonies remotely. Details will be forthcoming and will be specific to each building.  

Lastly, we will all continue to be here for you during this time. It is the “Bellmore-Merrick Way”, the only way. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at your convenience. May you and your family remain safe and stay healthy.


Mr. Eric Caballero

Director of Physical Education, Athletics,

Drivers Education & Health


Coronavirus Update 4/17/20 - Extended School Closure

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Coronavirus Update 4/11/20 -Thank You and Happy Holidays


 Dear Bellmore-Merrick Families,

I hope this email finds you all staying safe and feeling well.  It’s hard to believe that it has been almost one month since we have last seen your kids roaming the halls in the CHSD.  We miss them very much and can’t wait to see everyone again in the future.  I want you to know how much the entire staff appreciates your support and values our extraordinary partnership to do all we can for kids.  This is particularly evident when we celebrate good times and when we must come together to overcome life’s obstacles.  What lies ahead is unsettling, but rest assured, the staff in the CHSD is here for you.  Bellmore-Merrick will remain steadfast, in making certain we are a district that can always be counted on to put the needs of kids and families before anything else we do. 

As I move through my twenty-second year in the BMCHSD, I take great solace in knowing that the Bellmore-Merrick community has dealt with much adversity over the years and yet, rises up each time to take care of friends and neighbors like no place I know.  It is why I am so confident that we will all see this through and come out the other side more committed to doing the absolute best for our kids, our families and our community. 

With the holiday season upon us, my sincerest hope is that each of you will get to enjoy time with your family in a perhaps different, yet equally loving way.  From my family to yours, Happy Holidays!  Please enjoy the video below that was created for kids, families and staff.  Hoping it brings a smile and a bit of joy.

Be well,

John DeTommaso

Superintendent of Schools


Coronavirus Update 4/9/20 -Free and Reduced Lunch Update

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Coronavirus Update 4/8/20 - Further Guidance Regarding the Cancellation of NYS Regents Exams

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Coronavirus Update 4/6/20 -June Regents and Extended School Closure

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Coronavirus Update 4/2/20 - Important Update from Superintendent of Schools, Mr. John DeTommaso

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Coronavirus Update 4/2/20 -BMCHSD Field Closures

Dear Bellmore-Merrick Families and Community Members:

The BMCHSD has kept school fields opened to the community for as long as possible. Unfortunately, due to the current circumstances, all Bellmore-Merrick fields will now be closed effective immediately.

Use of the tracks will still be permitted as long as social distancing guidelines (6 feet) are adhered to by walkers and runners alike.

The BM security team will continue to monitor all outside activity on school property 7 days a week.

Thank you so much for your help and assistance in making certain that everyone follows the guidelines above. Please know, that the CHSD Board of Education and I understand how incredibly difficult this whole crisis has been on all of our families. We sincerely hope that our school fields can be opened up to the community in the not so distant future.  We are all looking forward to seeing all of you again very soon.

Be well and stay safe,

John DeTommaso

Superintendent of Schools


Coronavirus Update 4/1/20 -SCOPE School District Emergency Extended Childcare Program 

The Bellmore-Merrick CHSD is participating in a countywide plan to provide emergency child care through SCOPE at locations throughout the county.  The provisions for who qualifies for this program is set by New York State.  Details can be found on the SCOPE website: (  The New York State Office of Children and Family Services is asking school districts to send the following survey about childcare needs to all families:


Coronavirus Update 3/29/20 -Board of Education Announcement

Due to the challenging circumstances presented by the COVID-19 crisis, the Board of Education announces a virtual meeting for Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 8:00 p.m. The meeting will be taking place via videoconference with no in-person attendance.

Please click here for the full agenda.  Please click here for the updated Public Notice.
The 4/1/20 Board of Education meeting will be streamed via Zoom Webinar

Please see the details below:
When: Apr 1, 2020 08:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Topic: Bellmore-Merrick CHSD Board of Education Meeting - 4/1/20

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COVID-19  3/27/20 -Update on School Closure

Dear Bellmore-Merrick Families,

As you are probably aware, earlier today, Governor Cuomo announced that all New York State schools will remain closed until Wednesday, April 15th.  This date falls in the middle of our Spring Recess.  Please know that the Bellmore-Merrick CHSD will remain closed through the end of that week.  Therefore, our return date, as of today will be Monday, April 20th.

As explained in my email earlier, in anticipation of an extended school closure, the Bellmore-Merrick administrators and teachers have worked diligently to make our approach to remote learning more consistent, manageable and accessible.  An Instructional Delivery and Extra Help schedule by subject will be distributed early next week.

Stay safe and be well,

John DeTommaso

Superintendent of Schools


COVID-19  3/27/20 - Remote Learning Update from Superintendent of Schools, Mr. John DeTommaso

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COVID-19  3/26/20 -Update from Superintendent of Schools, Mr. John DeTommaso

Dear Bellmore-Merrick Families, 

As you may have heard, this past week the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District as well as of all of our elementary component districts have reported individuals testing positive for COVID-19.  Today, the Nassau County Department of Health informed us of a Grand Avenue Middle School student that has tested positive for COVID-19.  This student did not develop symptoms until the week after school had been closed.  The student has already fully recovered.  Federal privacy laws prevent the disclosure of individual identities of those with a diagnosis.

The Nassau County Department of Health and medical director has also informed us that many more cases will emerge which can be mildly symptomatic.  It seems clear that COVID-19 is widely dispersed in the region at this stage, as the school district is not the only local entity that is hearing from individuals who have tested positive and symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure. The Nassau County Department of Health investigates confirmed COVID-19 cases and takes necessary actions if needed.

Please be sure to check the CDC website for all information pertaining to COVID-19 cases as needed.   Anyone who is experiencing any symptoms such as cough, difficulty breathing and fever are advised by health authorities to contact a physician or the New York State Department of Health (888) 364-3065.

The Department of Health wanted me to again deeply stress the precautions we should all already be taking for the foreseeable future: 

-   Where possible, remain at least 6 feet away from other individuals

-   Use good hygiene at home including handwashing and frequent disinfection of surfaces

-   Monitor yourself for symptoms, especially fever, and contact your health care provider if you show signs of illness.

-   Please follow any new government directions as they emerge

Please take care of your health and your family. These are challenging times, but we will get though them together.


John DeTommaso

Superintendent of Schools


Coronavirus Update 3/26/20 -  Driver Education Update

Dear Bellmore-Merrick Driver Education Families,

Yesterday, the State Education Department (SED) issued updated guidance explaining how students enrolled in Driver Education programs can complete classroom instruction and road tests during the extended school closure. Unfortunately, based on these guidelines, Bellmore-Merrick will not be able to provide lecture remotely as it would not meet the requirements of the SED.

Therefore, we will resume Driver Education instruction when the extended school closure ends. After consultation with the Department of Motor Vehicles, SED will also allow students enrolled in Driver Education courses in spring 2020 to complete laboratory instruction (Car) during the summer or fall of 2020. Rest assured that BMCHSD will honor tuition and provide credit to future sessions accordingly.

Please know that our first priority will be to complete the spring 2020 Driver Education session for our students. That could mean instruction is completed in the summer for those enrolled this spring. In the event that there is an update from SED on these guidelines, we are prepared to act quickly to provide our students the instruction they have grown accustom to and you will be notified immediately. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at your convenience. Be safe and stay healthy. 


Mr. Eric Caballero

Director of Physical Education, Athletics,

Drivers Education & Health


Coronavirus Update 3/23/20 - Message from Superintendent of Schools, Mr. John DeTommaso

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Coronavirus Update 3/22/20 -Large Group Gatherings

Dear Bellmore-Merrick Families,

It has come to our attention that many students in the community are still congregating in large numbers on our fields, elementary properties, playgrounds, and throughout the Bellmore-Merrick community. Given our current state of emergency, it is essential that we keep social distancing a priority, adhere to C.D.C. guidelines, and do our part to limit the spread of COVID-19.

We want our students to stay physically active, but they should do so without congregating in groups. Maintaining the safety of our community is a joint effort, and we ask that you please emphasize the importance of ‘social distancing’ during this critical time. This is an evolving situation, but the medical guidance on this is clear, we must refrain from large groups

We thank you in advance for partnering with us to help ensure everyone's  safety and well-being.

The Bellmore-Merrick Broadcasting students put together a video to help understand ‘How to Social Distance.’ We have included the link below, please share with your families.

Please be well, 


Coronavirus Update 3/20/20 - NYS Assessments

Dear Bellmore-Merrick Families,

Please see the message below from the State Education Department which announces that all of the following state tests are suspended for this school year:

  • New York State Grades 3-8 English Language Arts Test;
  • New York State Grades 3-8 Mathematics Test;
  • New York State Grade 4 Elementary-Level Science Test;
  • New York State Grade 8 Intermediate-Level Science Test;
  • New York State English as a Second Language Achievement Test (NYSESLAT) in Grades K-12; and
  • New York State Alternate Assessment (NYSAA) for students with severe cognitive disabilities in Grades 3-8 and high school.

Please note that Regents Exams are not yet included on this list. This is all of the information available at this time.  We will send out updates as they become available.

Please be well.


Coronavirus Update 3/20/20 - AP Exams - Update From The College Board

Dear Bellmore-Merrick Families,

The College Board developed a plan to deal with the event of an extended school closure.  People may not necessarily agree with the plan but at least decisions were made and we now know exactly what is expected of our AP teachers and students for the remainder of the year. 

Based on this plan, AP exams will be shortened to 45 minutes and administered on personal devices.  Students will also have the opportunity to choose one of two test dates per exam.  Additionally, exams will concentrate on content taught prior to March.  There is a breakdown for each course explaining which units of instruction are included on each exam.  Please take the time to become familiar with the link document (below) and how the changes relate to your courses and exams. 

It is also important to note the changes that have been made to Art and Design Portfolios requirements and deadlines and changes made to AP Computer Science Principles and AP Seminar.

Hopefully this plan and the information provided will alleviate some anxiety and help guide our teachers and students through the remainder of the year.  We will continue to communicate with you as this plan unfolds.

Please be well.


Coronavirus Update 3/18/20 - Athletics Update

Dear Bellmore-Merrick Families:

I hope this message finds you well. I wanted to take a moment to reiterate that Athletics, and all associated activities, have been postponed indefinitely. “Captain’s Practices” are also strictly prohibited. This decision was vetted by Section VIII Athletics in accordance with the recommendations made by the CDC and the NYS Department of Health. Our coaches have been notified and will be updated regularly.

In addition, our fields will be closely monitored by our security staff as to avoid large groups on our fields and tracks. Kindly, remind your children that any group activity, indoors or outdoors, does not follow the guidelines of social distancing. Our primary goal is the health and safety of our students. Thank you for your partnership in this endeavor during this unprecedented time. We appreciate your support. Be safe and stay healthy.


Eric Caballero

Director of Physical Education, Athletics,

Drivers Education & Health


Coronavirus Update 3/17/20 -Extended School Closure

Dear Bellmore-Merrick Families,

I hope you and your family are doing as best as you can during this extraordinarily challenging time.  As you are probably aware, yesterday, Governor Cuomo signed an executive order directing all NYS schools to be closed through April 1st.  At that time, the state will reassess whether to extend the school closures further. 

The district will continue to provide you with updates as they become available.  In the meantime, we will continue to utilize our remote learning platforms and remain available to assist you and your family in any way we can.

Take care and please be well.


Coronavirus Update 3/15/20 - Free and Reduced Lunch During School Closure

Dear Bellmore-Merrick Families:

We are pleased to relay to you that the New York State Commissioner of Education has approved continuation of the Free & Reduced School Lunch Program during school closures due to COVID-19. Beginning tomorrowMarch 16th, the District will provide take away lunches for students on Free & Reduced Lunch. The lunch package will also contain a breakfast cereal for the following day.

Lunch will be available at Calhoun High School (1786 State Street, Merrick, NY 11566) from 11am to 1pm, at the Cafeteria window in the north parking lot. Directions to the location are as follows:

Meadowbrook Road > Webster Avenue > North Parking Lot. The pick-up area will be indicated by orange cones, and a security guard will be on hand for direction.  

Families who wish to apply for Free & Reduced Lunch will find the application on the Parent/Students tab on the District website: Applications may be dropped off at the Calhoun Cafeteria window or mailed to the address on the application.

Please know that Bellmore-Merrick will continue to look for opportunities to assist our students, families and community during this time. The wellness of our students is paramount to us all.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to Ms. Joanne Finelli, School Lunch Director, 992-1030 or your building administrators.


Kate Freeman

Assistant Superintendent for Business


Coronavirus Update 3/15/20 - BMCHSD Remote Learning

Dear Bellmore-Merrick Families,

As a result of the decision to close Nassau County schools for two weeks, Bellmore-Merrick will put our plan for remote learning into effect starting tomorrow, March 16th.  Please see the original letter that was sent home on March 5th regarding the plan that has been developed for Bellmore-Merrick students.  Please know that our teachers have worked tirelessly to plan for an extended school closure but since this is the first time we are implementing a system like this, we ask parents and students to remain patient.  I am confident that in the weeks to come, the students and staff will continue to work hard and make us proud. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to your building administrators.


3/13/20 - Update from Superintendent of Schools, Mr. John DeTommaso

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3/13/20 - Update from Superintendent of Schools, Mr. John DeTommaso

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3/10/20 - Update from Superintendent of Schools, Mr. John DeTommaso

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3/5/20 - Update from Superintendent of Schools, Mr. John DeTommaso

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2/27/20 - Update from Superintendent of Schools, Mr. John DeTommaso

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