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Merrick, NY 11566
Ms. Nicole Hollings

Assistant Principals:
Dr. Neil Testa, Ed.D.
Mr. Michael Gavalas

Mr. Mark Melkonian

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Congratulations to our Students of the Month for November:

Grade 9: Marina Babar

Grade 10: Sean Berg

Grade 11: Cody Dateno

Grade 12: Joseph Hoefenkrieg

Our Staff Member of the Month is Enrique Montes.

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Current News

Bellmore-Merrick Students ‘Paws’ and Reflect Canine Visit

Bellmore-Merrick Students ‘Paws’ and Reflect Canine Visit photo
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Students from the Meadowbrook Alternative Program and Calhoun High School’s PREP special education program in the Bellmore-Merrick Central School District recently collaborated on a donation effort for Canine Companions for Independence. 

CCI provides people with disabilities highly trained assistance dogs.

“The visit included an informational talk by the CCI staff, a tour of the training facility and a presentation on how a service dog assists individuals,” said MAP psychologist Dr. Joseph Netto. “The purpose of this visit to CCI was to expose students to service dogs and to visit an organization that was designated as a beneficiary of MAP’s donated pet goods.”

Since their November visit to the Medford-based training facility, the students collected items for their new furry friends. On Jan. 12, Canine Companions’ staff members and two service dogs visited MAP to collect the items. The effort was in participation of the district wide Day of Service, which was inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
“After listening to and taking part in the interactive presentation, the students presented the CCI staff with over 25 bags of dog food, toys, supplies and animal care products,” Dr. Netto explained.

Poet Billy Lamont Visits CHSD for Workshop

Poet Billy Lamont Visits CHSD for Workshop photo

Calhoun High School and Merrick Avenue Middle School welcomed performance poet Billy Lamont.

Lamont facilitated two poetry-writing workshops with high school and middle school creative writing students. 

Lamont, who has conducted similar workshops for students elsewhere in Nassau County, shared some of the poetry he has written through the years, discussed his creative process, and led students through various creative writing prompts. 

“The workshop, which was funded by a BMCHSD Mini Grant awarded to the English Department, concluded with a performance poetry showcase where student participants had an opportunity to share some of their own creative work,” said English chairperson Adeline Atkins.

SAVE THE DATE: NALOXONE (NARCAN) Training February 5, 2018


SAVE THE DATE: Vaping/E-cigs Awareness Presentation – February 15, 2018


James Caracciolo Named Coca-Cola Scholar Semifinalist

James Caracciolo Named Coca-Cola Scholar Semifinalist photo
James Caracciolo, a senior at Calhoun High School, was recently selected as a 2018 Coca-Cola Scholars Program semifinalist. 

Caracciolo was among nearly 2,000 students chosen nationwide in the program, which is based on leadership skills, academic achievements and community service. 

Semifinalists will be reviewed in January and 250 will be named regional finalists and 150 will ultimately become Coca-Cola Scholars, receiving $20,000 scholarships.