1786 State St
Merrick, NY 11566
 
   
Principal:
Ms. Nicole Hollings

Assistant Principals:
Mr. Eric Gomez
Neil Testa, Ed.D
Mr. Ken Zisel

 

   
 Attendance: 992-1312, 1353, 1354
 Guidance: 992-1319
 Main Office:
992-1300





Important Information

Sign up for Calhoun's Relay for Life April 24-25 to the top


 

 

 


Class of 2016 Senior Portraits will be held on March 24th, 25th, and 26th in the Auditorium


Workshop for Parents of Children with Special Needs - April 21, 2015

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Our February Students of the Month
are:

 Grade 9: Rosie DeVito
Grade 10: Dana Brown
Grade 11: Matteo Acuna
Grade 12: Hannah Fitzpatrick






Come meet the cast of Mary Poppins on March 28th @1:30 pm.
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The On Tour Company's production of Mary Poppins opens Saturday March 21st.
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ATTENTION PARENTS OF JUNIORS:
Important Information regarding Naviance Training


 Join BMCHSD at our first "1 Voice, 1 Message" run/walk. All proceeds will benefit Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital. Links are below:

For more information click here
To make a donation click here


Annual College Planning Night for Parents of Juniors
at S.H. Calhoun HS, March 12th, 2015 at 7 p.m. 

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Sign up for Calhoun's Relay for Life April 24-25

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Our January Students of the Month are:

Grade 9: Alexis Berke
Grade 10: Kailey Delgado
Grade 11: Kristi Chan
Grade 12: Robert Allongo






Late Bus Schedule


2014 Senior Parking Information


Supply List for Teachers 2014-2015

Current News

District Holds College Planning Night

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Calhoun High School played host to an expansive and informative college planning night on March 12. The event covered the multiple facets of college entry and success for students thinking about continuing their education.

The evening kicked off with opening remarks by Assistant Principal Eric Gomez, who welcomed the students and parents in attendance before dismissing them to smaller classrooms for specific presentations.

In the auditorium, a representative from the SUNY system dispelled myths and illuminated facts about attending a SUNY college. Other discussions included a seminar on college readiness and academic rigor with representatives from Binghamton, Adelphi and Gettysburg College. Saul Lerner, the district’s athletics and physical education director, led a discussion on the role of athletics in the college admissions process. Other representatives in attendance included a recruiter for Duke University, an official with Harvard University, a panel of Long Island private schools and a representative from the CUNY system.

Workshops also covered how to apply for financial aid, how to write the college essay and how to prepare for the SAT or ACT. The well-attended event drew parents, guardians and students from across the district.

Calhoun to Present ‘Mary Poppins’

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Calhoun will be one of the first high schools on Long Island to produce Disney and Cameron Mackintosh's “Mary Poppins.” The school’s On Tour Company will bring the classic Disney film and Broadway show hybrid to life on the Calhoun auditorium stage for three performances.

Showtimes are March 21 and March 27 at 7:30 p.m., and March 28 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $12 for seniors and students, $15 for adults, and can be purchased at the door.

New York State DECA Competition

SEPTA Transition Fair Photos

Freshmen Think About Safe Technology Use

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A special agent with the FBI Cyber Crime unit paid a visit to the district over three days in February and March to speak with ninth-graders about the dangers of the Internet and how to make positive decisions when using technology.

FBI Special Agent Danielle Messineo led students at all three high schools through a PowerPoint presentation that covered everything from cyberbullying to Internet predators to inappropriate texting.

Messineo reminded students that if they are on social networking sites such as Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, they should keep their accounts set to private, only accept requests from people they know, and avoid profile pictures that might give predators a clue about where they live or what school they attend.

When presenting on cyberbullying, Messineo showed a sobering video recorded by Amanda Todd, a 14-year-old girl who committed suicide days after recording the video, in which she begged for help from anyone who might be watching. The video reminded students to think about potentially tragic consequences before engaging in ridiculing their peers, especially online.

The presentation also emphasized that students should refrain from sending inappropriate photographs and text messages, even to those whom they trust, because of the viral capabilities of modern technology. A clever video showed just how quickly a young girl’s racy photograph sent to her boyfriend could spread through the entire school and eventually back to her own family members.

The Internet safety and cyberbullying assembly was organized by the district’s Community Parent Center, led by director Wendy Tepfer. Messineo visited Kennedy High School on Feb. 25. She visited Calhoun the next day and finished out her visits at Mepham on March 3.