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Wellington C. Mepham High School

2401 Camp Avenue
Bellmore, NY 11710
 
   
Principal:
Mr. Eric Gomez

Assistant Principals:
Dr. Jennifer B. Carne, Ed.D
Mr. Andrew DelRosario
Mr. Christopher Safina
   
Attendance: 992-1515
Counseling & Wellness Center: 992-1520
Main Office:
992-1500

 

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    Mepham’s Anthony Cracco featured in COACH magazine

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    Anthony Cracco, a coach and athletic director at Wellington C. Mepham High School in the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District, was honored in the January 2021 edition of COACH & Athletic Director magazine.

    Cracco, who heads the football team, was included in the Sports Under 40: Year in Review.

    It stated that he won this honor because he “is a driven and accomplished coach and educator with more than 15 years of experience. He has proven to be an inspirational leader, as well as a talented, hardworking football coach — working closely within the school community of Bellmore educating parents on how to support their children in the athletic setting.”

    Cracco said he was “honored and humbled” to learn that his Mepham colleagues nominated him.

    “I chose a career in education and athletics because of the positive impact my coaches had on me as a young student-athlete,” he added. “Through athletics, we have a unique opportunity to teach our student-athletes valuable life lessons. Athletics play a huge role in the student-athlete experience.”

    Bellmore-Merrick Broadcasting Virtually Produces Toy Drive

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    Laughter and music streamed across the BMB YouTube channel on Nov. 19 as the Bellmore-Merrick Broadcasting team virtually produced the 14th Help USA Toy Drive, but in the control room one could hear a pin drop.

    “This annual event that benefits the 30,000 people living in Help USA's shelters was on the verge on being cancelled this year due to the challenges involved in creating this normally live and in person event under the current COVID restrictions,” explained Stu Stein, BMB instructor. 

    That's when Tritech Communications Senior Project Manager and BMB parent Tony Melfa stepped in and suggested that Help partner with BMB. 

    "In the spring, I had seen the game nights and St. Baldricks event that BMB had produced and I knew that this was something BMB could produce and produce well," Melfa added.

    During the next few weeks, a team of BMB producers met with the event manager from HELP USA and the entertainers performing at the event to plan the broadcast. At exactly 7 p.m. on Nov. 19, the BMB studio sprang to action for its first live event since before the pandemic by connecting performers in locations across the country to Bellmore and then out to the world. 

    BMB Sports Director Tom Mauro served as the technical director for the night and loved being back in action if only for one night.

    "There's something extra exciting about producing a live event that we've missed since last year,” Mauro added. 

    BMB has since produced another live event, the Dec. 21 Concert in the Courtyard, a partnership between the Mepham musical department and BMB. They will continue to pursue similar opportunities, giving students in the program valuable on-air experience.

    VIDEO: Calhoun Music Boosters Hosts Virtual Concert Fundraiser

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    Mepham’s Ronald Reznik Presents at National Conference

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    Ronald Reznik, a junior at Mepham High School, presented at the National Association of Gifted Children at its 67th Annual Conference.

    Reznik was the only presenter out of 200 who is not a professor or professional in the field. His presentation, titled "The Essence of a National Gifted Education Framework," is an hour-long examination of the gifted education policies in place or being developed in various nations across the globe and is also a commentary on the current state of affairs in gifted education in the United States.

    “It serves as a continuation of his work in gifted education policy; in March of this year, a bill written by Reznik to mandate gifted education in all schools in New York State was introduced in the state legislature, and he is currently co-authoring a research paper in the field,” added Principal Eric Gomez.

    View his recorded presentation via this link; https://youtu.be/-6FCE-yn8a8.

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