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Wellington C. Mepham High School

2401 Camp Avenue
Bellmore, NY 11710
Mr. Eric Gomez

Assistant Principals:
Dr. Jennifer B. Carne, Ed.D
Mr. Andrew DelRosario
Mr. Christopher Safina
Attendance: 992-1515
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2019 Senior Picture Dates:

3/1, 3/4, 3/5 - Sr. Portraits (current junior class) 7:30-2:15 Auditorium
9/12 & 13 - Underclass ID photos (grades 9-11) 7:30-2:15 Auditorium
9/16 & 17 - Sr. Portrait Make-ups/Re-takes 7:30-2:15 Auditorium
10/18 - Underclass ID Make-ups/Re-takes (gr. 9-11) 8:30-3:00 Auditorium
10/21 - Sr. Group Yearbook photo (shape of "20") 3:00 Front lawn
10/22 - Rain date - Sr. Group Yearbook Photo 3:00 Front lawn

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    Mepham’s Angel Toro Receives Award of Excellence

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    Angel Toro, a senior at Mepham High School, recently received an award of excellence from the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientist.

    This past summer, he participated in the Congress of Future Medical Leaders held in Boston, Massachusetts.

    The National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists honors America's highest achieving high school students interested in a career in the profession.

    Pirate Pride on Display at Mepham Homecoming

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    Mepham High School was a sea of maroon and grey on Sept. 28 as students, staff, administrators and visiting members of the Bellmore-Merrick community celebrated homecoming in style.

    The culminating event of school spirit week, homecoming was successful in a multitude of ways. First, there was Piratefest, where members of the community got to enjoy games, food and several tables representing various school and community organizations.

    “It was a spirited week at Mepham as we counted down to our homecoming festivities,” said Principal Eric Gomez. “We celebrated our annual Pep Rally where we recognized all fall athletes. Our pep band and members of Skull and Bones also performed a few numbers.  Additionally, the classes displayed their banners that conveyed the theme, “This is Mepham!”

    Some lucky people even got to be on television thanks to a wonderful production put on by the BMB crew. There was also an inflatable pirate ship for young children to explore. 

    Once the pregame festivities concluded, the varsity football team had business to take care of on the field against visiting Sewanhaka. Although the game was a tough tooth-and-nail battle, the Pirates were able to emerge victorious, securing a 14-7 victory. Billy Molloy made big plays defensively, including a big tackle to keep the Indians out of the endzone in the fourth quarter, and a game-sealing interception with 30 seconds to go.

    Senior Griffin Karp set the tone early in this one on special teams, as he blocked a punt that was recovered in the endzone for a Mepham touchdown. Senior Matthew Hegi scored the winning touchdown on a 17-yard run. 

    Halftime performances by the kickline and cheerleaders dazzled the crowd. Homecoming grand marshal Donald Brady, who graduated in 1991 and played 47 games in the NFL for the Baltimore Ravens, was then recognized. Afterward, the homecoming court was introduced, and Sean White and Brooke Rehab were crowned king and queen, respectively.

    Mepham’s Stephen Arcese Creates Art From Steel

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    Stephen Arcese, a senior at Mepham High School in the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District and a second-year welding student at Nassau BOCES, said he has found his passion in creating art from steel.

    The 16-year-old Bellmore resident recently finished a two-and-a-half-month steel replica of the American flag. 

    “After selecting my sheets of metal, I used a welding tool called a MIG to make some shapes,” he explained. “Then I chose chrome for the stripes and used a plasma cutter to create the star design.”

    He then gifted the finished flag to social studies teacher, Chris Patten.

    “We had to bolt it to the floor because the flag weighs more than 80 pounds,” explained Patten. “It’s just a magnificent piece that we all get to enjoy each day in my classroom.” 

    Last year, Arcese created a model of the Twin Towers. Both pieces of art are on display in Patten’s third-floor classroom. He is currently working on a vase with intricate roses, further challenging his welding skills.

    Mepham’s Nicholas Carrano Redesigns Memorial Centerpiece

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    With the rededicated memorial site serving as the focal point, students and staff from Park Avenue Elementary School in the North Bellmore School District gathered on the front lawn shortly after the school day began on Sept. 11 to commemorate the 18th anniversary of the terrorist attacks.

    Boy Scout Nicholas Carrano, a 2016 Park Avenue graduate and current student at Wellington C. Mepham High School, overhauled the 9/11 memorial garden for his Eagle Scout community service project. During the summer, Nicholas and his volunteers built a stone ring around a tree, that contains a memorial plaque, a peace pole with the word “peace” in 12 different languages, and plants and flowers. He traveled from nearby Mepham High School to attend the ceremony.

    During the ceremony, custodian Tom Clare taught sixth graders Isabelle Crocenzi and Dylan Tuccitto how to raise the American flag on the school’s flagpole, and also how to lower it to half-staff. All students recited the Pledge of Allegiance, sang the national anthem and “Proud to Be an American,” and observed a moment of silence.

    “On Sept. 11, Patriot Day, we come together as a school community to honor all of those past, present and future servicemen and women, and first responders such as firefighters and police officers,” Principal Eileen Speidel said. “We thank them for their service and for protecting us and for being willing to give their lives for us.”

    She additionally thanked Nicholas for his hard work in redesigning the memorial garden, and noted to the elementary students that is the model of good citizenship. 

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