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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
Counseling & Wellness Center: 992-1520
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Important Information 

8th Grade Parent Orientation Presentation

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Senior Parking Meeting Update

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9th Grade Orientation - Presentation

Summer Reading – 2021 

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Clubs and Activities 2021-2022

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    Mepham Wrestlers Compete at All-Female Tourney

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    Mepham High School entered its first female wrestling tournament in school history at Copiague High School’s “Queen of the Mat” tournament.

    “Yianna Foufas and Talia Robles have worked extremely hard in order to place in this tournament,” said coach Ken Richards. “These girls have worked tirelessly all off season and this is just the beginning of their success.”

    Foufas went 4-0, all by way of pin, and Robles went 2-2, earning third place.

    This all-female high school tournament was first held on Long Island in 2019. Foufas and Robles also wrestle on club teams outside of Mepham High School.

    Mepham Teacher Named Regional Art Educator of the Year

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    Lisa Federici, an art teacher at Mepham High School, was awarded the 2021 New York State Art Teacher Association’s Educator of Year Award for Nassau County.

    A teacher in Bellmore-Merrick since 2008, Federici has taught at Kennedy High School and Merrick Avenue Middle School as well.

    She was honored at a ceremony in Binghamton on Nov. 21 and again by the board of education at their Dec. 1 meeting.

    “Throughout her years here, she has hosted many professional development workshops for art education through the Art Supervisors Association of New York,” read board trustee Melissa Cmar-Grote at the Dec. 1 board meeting. “Many art teachers in Bellmore-Merrick and throughout Long Island see her as a resource and appreciate her persistent dedication. Lisa’s commitment to our students, her colleagues and community are truly valued.”

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