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1260 Meadowbrook Rd
Merrick, NY 11566
 
   
Principal:
Susan Ellinghaus
                                  


Main Office:
 (516) 992-1083


“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”

- Anne Frank

 

9-11 Donations for Veterans

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International Day of Peace 9-21-18

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MAP takes the Ice Bucket Challenge

 

The Meadowbrook Alternative Program (MAP) promotes Honor, Excellence, Respect, and Optimism in students who have had difficulties succeeding in traditional high school settings.

MAP students succeed through their engagement in a rigorous academic program consisting of  personalized classroom, real world, and service learning experience delivered in the context of a nurturing and challenging learning community.

The Guidance Department at the Meadowbrook Alternative Program is committed to serving the Bellmore-Merrick community by helping foster and support the Academic, Social, Emotional and Career Development of all students.


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    MAP Club Creates Notes of Kindness to #EraseHate

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    MAP Club Creates Notes of Kindness to #EraseHate

    Last week marked the 20th Anniversary of Matthew Shepard’s death and The Meadowbrook Alternative Program’s Gay Straight Alliance, under the auspices of #EraseHate, invited students and staff to view a video and then create messages of kindness to honor Shepard’s memory.  

    The messages were written on hearts and are displayed next to Jennifer Weinstein-Ondras’s classroom door. 

    The Matthew Shepard Foundation asked that the hearts be placed on a nearby fence and while the unfavorable weather conditions prevented this, MAP created their own “fence” using a paperclip chain.

    “Many thanks to her and to the GSA for hosting this event,” said Principal Susan Ellinghaus. “I think Matthew would be proud to know our students care.”