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Merrick Avenue Middle School

1870 Merrick Ave
Merrick, NY 11566
 
   
Principal:
Katelyn Dunn

Assistant Principals:
Richard Aceste
Kate Caporusso
   
 Attendance:  992-1227
 Guidance:  992-1220
 Nurse:  992-1260
 Main Office:
 992-1200
 Fax:  516-867-6391

 

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    Merrick Avenue Student Earns First Place in Essay Contest

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    In honor of the 250th anniversary of the Boston Massacre, a pivotal event that paved the way to the American Revolution, Merrick Avenue Middle School students in Joe Amador's seventh grade social studies class submitted essays to the American History Essay Contest sponsored by the Colonel Gilbert Potter Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution based in Amityville.

    “The students were tasked with imagining they were living in Boston and, after witnessing the events of March 5, 1770, they were to describe their family's discussion about the Boston Massacre and what role it played in organizing the colonists against the British King and Parliament,” Amador explained.

    Hailey Weiss won first place and her essay has been entered into a statewide competition. She also earned a cash prize. Additionally, Jack Peppel’s essay received commendation and he too will be honored with a certificate.

    Merrick Avenue Tech Students 3D Print Phone Stands

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    Students in Michelle Biancardo’s technology 8 classes at Merrick Avenue Middle School are getting crafty. Both remote and in-person students were able to design and print phone stands using the 3D modeling program Tinkercad.

    “Using the design process and they followed the design from concept to production,” explained Biancardo. “The class printer needed repair and the Merrick Library stepped in to lend us a printer to finish the projects.”

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