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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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Mepham Kickline Clinic

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2019 Senior Picture Dates:

2/28, 3/1, 3/4 - 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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    Current News

    Mepham Boys Soccer Players Earn High Honors

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    The Mepham High School boys varsity soccer team were honored at the Nassau County awards ceremony on Dec. 4, in addition to the district’s Board of Education meeting the following evening.

    Among those honored were: Andrew Weiner, All-American, All-Region, All-State, All-County, Jim Steen Award (County POY), A-1 Conference POY, Newsday All-Long Island; Christopher Cossu, All-State, All-County; Kieran Gilroy, All-County Honorable Mention; Connor Buehler, All-County Honorable Mention; Harrison Davila, All-Conference; Jonathan Gaufman, All-Conference; Corey Lichtman, All-Conference; Brian Willis, All-Conference; and John Berry, Scholar Athlete.

    Additionally, coach Zachary Gosse was named Newsday Nassau Coach of the Year, A-1 Conference Coach of the Year.

    “You will have that experience forever,” John DeTommaso, superintendent of schools said when he addressed the team and their parents at the Dec. 5 board meeting. “You are going to remember the relationship between each other on and off the field and that’s so special. That’s what makes being a student athlete unbelievable. It gives us such joy that all of you will always have that feeling.”

    Bellmore-Merrick Broadcasting Welcomes Writer/Director

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    Students in the Bellmore-Merrick broadcasting program were recently visited by writer and director Jim Mendrinos of New Media Comedy in the studio, which is housed at Mepham High School. 

    Mendrinos, a veteran of 30 years in the television field, has spent time in the writers rooms of Saturday Night Live, WWE Wrestling and Head of the Class to name just a few of his credits. Mendrinos is also the author of the “Complete Idiots Guide to Comedy Writing.”  

    “He offered the students insight into career opportunities in both the field of television production and the new opportunities advances in technology are providing in new media production,” explained teacher Stuart Stein. 

    After speaking and taking questions from the students, Mendrinos worked in small groups with the BCIII students on their current project on the power of video in story telling where they will recreate a sketch from Saturday Night Live.
    “As the owner of his own production company, Mendrinos was impressed with level of technical sophistication in the BMB studio and remarked that some of our equipment is on par with his own,” added Stein.

    BMB is currently gearing up to broadcast the Sprig Gardner Wrestling Tournament and the Mepham music department's winter concerts. 

    Mepham French Student Wins Essay Contest

    Mepham French Student Wins Essay Contest photo
    Candace Casimir, a junior at Mepham High School in the Bellmore-Merrick Central School District, recently won first place in a national essay contest sponsored by the Bilingual Fair and French Morning, a web magazine dedicated to French people living in the United States.

    The contest was open to all world language middle and high school students in the Tri-State Area and California. Casimir has studied French since seventh grade and speaks French Creole at home, as her parents are of Haitian origin. 

    “Candace wrote a thoughtful and vivid essay about the positive impact of bilingualism on her life and academics,” said teacher Charlotte Hayes. 

    The prize for Casimir’s award-winning essay is $400, while Mepham will also receive an additional $250.

    Mepham’s Battle of the Classes Raises $5K for Charity

    Mepham’s Battle of the Classes photo

    On Nov. 8, more 700 students from Mepham High School packed the gym at the Brookside School for the biggest, loudest and most incredible Battle of the Classes to date.

    “It was by far the best Battle of the Classes and the ultimate demonstration of what it means to be a Pirate, showing school spirit and coming together to give back,” explained organizer and social studies teacher, Kerry Dennis.

    The students participated in pre-events all week including Penny Wars, Class Color Day and American Pride Day in order to earn points toward their final score.  The night was emceed by Special Education teacher Anthony Augugliaro and the events included oversized volleyball, relay races like the scooter relay, three-legged race and chicken relay, tug of war, a dance presented by each class and the famous Pirate Relay. 

    “This year's scores were close as each class was competitive and victorious throughout the night, including the faculty team that defeated the classes in oversized volleyball and the three-legged race,” added Dennis. “But in the end, the class of 2019 proved to be victorious.”

    The night was covered by the Bellmore-Merrick Broadcasting program and coverage can be found on their YouTube page. 

    The night had a more serious meaning, as it raised $5,000 for Building Homes for Heroes, the selected charity for this semester's Senior Service Learning Project. 

    To date, the Mepham community has raised over $18,000 from additional initiatives like the Flag Field of Honor and donations in their effort to gift US Navy Petty Officer Ryan Shannon a mortgage free home.

    Mepham Boys Soccer Clinches County Title

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    The Mepham High School Boys Soccer team captured the Class A Nassau County title, defeating Garden City High School, 2-1 on Oct. 31.

    “For most of the players on this team, this season has been three years in the making,” explained Coach Zachary Gosse, who is also a teacher at the district’s Meadowbrook Alternative Program.

    Gosse spoke of his coaching mantra, “to make progress each and every day.”

    “The boys bought into the program and our goals, and as a result have truly become a family,” he added. “The chemistry and love for the game correlates with this season’s results.”

    On Nov. 9, elected officials from the Town of Hempstead, Receiver of Taxes Donald Clavin and Councilmember Dennis Dunne, Sr. presented the team with a sign, acknowledging their accomplishment.