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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
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    Mepham Students SPARK Career Possibilities

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    Students from the Advanced Science Research Program at Mepham High School visited Northwell's Plainview Hospital, as part of the Spark! Challenge experience.

    “They learned the behind the scenes of a surgical operating room team and even recreate what it takes to do a full knee replacement surgery,” explained science teacher Neeru Partap. “Students also learned how to prepare for a sterile operating room environment and how to use tools used in a laparoscopic gall bladder surgery.” 

    They were also introduced to several members of the team who spoke about their careers, along with other career opportunities in the medical field. 

    The Northwell Health Spark! Challenge is an exciting competition that enables teams of students from local high schools to participate in onsite "Career Days." 

    These Career Days are hosted at multiple Northwell Health sites to introduce students to a variety of careers within health care.

    Mepham Classes Battle It Out for Charity

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    On Nov. 20, over 900 students and faculty from Mepham High School gathered in the gym at Brookside to once again battle for a cause at Mepham's annual Battle of the Classes. The students and faculty competed in a variety of relay events, an oversized volleyball game, tug of war and the Pirate Relay. 

    In addition, each class designed a banner and dance that were judged by a faculty panel of judges. The Class of 2020 was victorious, winning multiple pre-events and dominating in the relays. This year the charity selected for the Fall service project is the FealGood Foundation. The FealGood Foundation's mission is to provide assistance to 9/11 first responders and to educate public officials and provide entities on the problems, concerns and issues faced by those first responders. 

    The organization through the leadership of John Feal, played integral role in the passing of the extension of the 9/11 Victim's Compensation Act this past summer. John, along with 9/11 First Responders, Rich Palmer, Mark Mack, Tyson Jones, Felix Dunbar, Eddie Lanza, Mike O'Connell and Rafael Orozco were honored at the event and even participated with the students in some of the relays and tug of war. 

    The night was organized by the Participation in Government and Senior Experience students and was hosted by Special Education teacher Anthony Augugliaro. To date, Mepham has raised over $8,500 for the FealGood Foundation through the Flag Field and Battle of the Classes.

    VIDEO: Mepham Installs Flag Field of Honor

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    The lawn of Mepham High School is adorned with nearly 300 American and military branch flags after students volunteered to assist at the Nov. 3 Flag Field of Honor installation. 

    In a fundraising effort led by social studies teachers Kerry Dennis, Matt Moody and Chris Patten, students participating in the senior service learning project sold flags to benefit the organization, the FealGood Foundation. 

    “The FealGood Foundation was brought to our attention by a student who had seen the benefits of the organization firsthand,” explained Dennis. 

    They suggested classes work for them, following their involvement in the passing of the 9/11 Victim’s Compensation Fund this past summer.

    The FealGood Foundation is a nonprofit organization that enhances awareness and educates the public about the catastrophic health effects faced by 9/11 first responders. This foundation also provides assistance to 9/11 first responders, downtown residents and construction workers who are suffering the health effects of exposure to toxins at Ground Zero.

    “This Flag Field of Honor was also a way to recognize the first responders who live in the Bellmore-Merrick community,” Moody added.

    VIDEO: Mepham Alumni Donate Benches to Courtyard

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    Inspired by the district’s wellness centers initiative, the Mepham High School Class of 1969 donated six picnic tables for the school’s courtyard.

    “Round in nature for a reason,” explained committee member Susan Tietz Lupo at the Oct. 24 dedication ceremony. “Because what better way to open the lines of communication on mental health awareness than to be able to sit around a table with each other and talk.”

    The group explained they tapped into their 50 years of life experience and “imparted some of the wisdom they have gained over the years” by adding inspirational words onto each table; kindness, acceptance, compassion, respect, positivity and dignity.

    Ahead of the courtyard ceremony, the group and current juniors lined the school’s foyer and handed out Pirate’s Booty snacks to students at dismissal. They donated 1,200 bags of the aptly named treat, as the school mascot is the Pirates.

    “Our alumni group does so much for our school on a regular basis,” explained Principal Eric Gomez. “Not only do they contribute to a lot of the programs that students are a part of, they also help fund ELITE activities, kickline, cheer, sports and so much more.”

    Mepham Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

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    To celebrate National Hispanic Heritage month the Mepham World Languages Department sponsored two ELITE events. Ms. Larrea (World Lanugages) and Ms. Parlagreco (A World of Difference) hosted an event on Oct. 16, in which students learned about the origins Hispanic Heritage Month. They also learned about the contributions of notable Hispanic Americans.  Students made traditional guacamole and enjoyed a variety of empanadas.

    On Oct. 17, students participated in a "Breakout" activity based on Hispanic culture.  The students worked in two teams to use their knowledge of Hispanic culture and critical thinking skills to solve clues and to unlock boxes leading to a team prize. The clues were based on geography, art, gastronomy, and music. 

    This interactive and educational activity culminated in a tie-breaking salsa competition to name team “green” the victors. Special thanks to the Spanish Honor Society and advisors Ms. Feldman and Ms. O’Neill for hosting this event. 

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