2401 Camp Avenue
Bellmore, NY 11710
 
   
Principal:
Mr. Michael Harrington

Assistant Principals:
Mr. Eric Caballero
Ms. Jennifer Carne, Ed.D.
Mr. Christopher Safina
   
 Attendance: 992-1515
 Guidance: 992-1520
 Main Office:
992-1500


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Science Teacher in Finals for Teacher of the Month

Chris Patten, a 10th- and 12th-grade social studies teacher at Mepham, has been selected as one of three finalists for Teacher of the Month, a promotion hosted by K98.3 in Farmingdale.

The winner of the popular radio station’s Teacher of the Month award will receive 50 tickets to a home game of the Long Island Ducks and will be honored with throwing out the ceremonial first pitch.

To vote for Mr. Patten, sign up or log on to the station’s website and register as a VIP user. Registration is free. Then click on Mr. Patten’s entry. The teacher with the most votes will win the contest. Mr. Patten is up against two East Meadow teachers for the honor.  

Wellington C. Mepham High School Holds 76th Annual Graduation Commencement

On June 29, Mepham High School held its 76th annual graduation ceremony for the Class of 2014. Held at the NYCB Theater in Westbury, 349 graduating seniors received their diplomas from Principal Michael Harrington as well as members of the Board of Education and John DeTommaso, superintendent of schools.

The ceremony was emceed by Class of 2014 President Rachel Fain, who delivered the senior address. Valedictorian Brian Keohane and salutatorian Matthew Waldmann were also given the honor to deliver speeches. The program was highlighted by a poem titled “Atlas” from poet laureate Melanie Sirof and the performance of the senior choir, which sang a rendition of Phillip Phillips’ “Gone, Gone, Gone.”

Congratulations to the Mepham Class of 2014! Browse the photo gallery for a look at the pomp and circumstance.

 

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W.C. Mepham High School Department of Languages Other Than English Contest Winners 2013-2014

Long Island Language Teachers Foreign Language Day Competition

Original Essay

French Level II
First Place:
Rachel Jozwik

French Level III
First Place:
Ryan Connolly

French Level V
Second Place:
James Ancona

Third Place:
Ciera Paily

Honorable Mention:
Elizabeth Varsos

Italian Level II:
Second Place:

Italian Level III
First Place:
Stephanie Miano

Second Place:
Kristen Kazokas

Third Place:
Kathryn Ronan

Honorable Mention:
Danielle Maddalena

Italian Level IV
Second Place:
Ryan Foley

Italian Level V
First Place:
Nicole Baricevic

Spanish  Level II
Second Place:
Steven Liriano

Third Place:
Christopher Rosenthal

Honorable Mention:
Hannah Bienstock
Julia Losciale
Jaani Gandhi  

Spanish Level III
Honorable Mention:
Julianna Gargano
Allison Neuwirth
Joanna Weller

Spanish  Level IV
Honorable Mention:
Anand Bradley

Original Poetry

Italian Level III
First Place:
Stephanie Miano

Honorable Mention:
Melissa Palmieri

Italian Level IV
First Place:
Jaime Marvin

Italian Level V
First Place:
Steve Forte

Third Place:
Aleks Zukoff

Spanish Level II
First Place:
Michael Smith

Second Place:
Reina Chicas

Third Place:
Julia Losciale

Honorable Mention:
Amanda Amalfitano
Karlee Greco

Spanish Level III
Honorable Mention:
Rachel Steinkamp

Spanish Level IV
Honorable Mention:
David Pincus

Spanish Level V
First Place:
Julia Lunavictoria

International Dance Video

Spanish  Level V
First Place:
Erika Anzalone
Anne-Marie Artieda
Dylan Christie
Samuel D’sa
Estefani Hernandez
Despina Kamarinos

Second Place:
Connor Gordon
Amanda Jacobs
Mark Kamelhar
Kiara Kaylor
Eric Myones
Keven Neira
Victoria Ponce
Brittany Singh
Rebecca Weisman

International Vocal Music

Spanish Level 2
First Place:
Emily Fontanetta

Spanish Level IV
Honorable Mention:
Nicolette Jones

Spanish  Level V:
First Place:
Alana DeGregorio

Language Production Video

Spanish  Level IV
Honorable Mention:
Bryan Conry
Aiden Wagner

American Association of Teachers of French: National French Exam

Level 2A
Eighth in Nassau County; Tenth in nation:
Rachel Jozwik

Level 3A
Ninth in Nassau County
Christian Arispe

American Association of Teachers of Italian: National Italian Exam
Level II
Honorable Mention:
Marilena Hilas
Gabriella Stramera
Taylor Drew
Amanda Navarro
Victoria Caruso
Nicholas Gerardi
Ciro Schiavo
Amber Benevento

Level III
Honorable Mention:
Hannah Weibley

Level IV
Honorable Mention:
Ali Davila

American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese: National Spanish Exam

Level II
Silver:
Emily Fontanetta

Bronze:
Matthew Conry
Julia Losciale
Christopher Rosenthal
Kevin Weber

Honorable Mention:
Alyssa Lyman
Emily Marzigliano
Tyler McPartland
Nicole Scher
Kristina Stumpp
Steven Liriano

Level III
Silver:
Kristina DiMiceli
Olivia Meyer
Rachel Pincus
Joanna Weller

Bronze:
Anna Curran
Julianna Gargano
John Grover

Honorable Mention:
Darian Carlovich
Jake Friedlander
Devin Gaffney
Lindsey Marshall
Neyda Martinez
Xavier Roa
Elizabeth Stender
Nicolas Viola

Level IV

Silver:
Anand Bradley

Bronze:
Omama Ali
Lisa Condoluci
Bryan Conry
Nimra Hameed
Kasim Jafri
Maria Kazmi
David Pincus
Alyssa Rabinowitz

Honorable Mention:
Megan  Anderson
Rachel Foley
Gabrielle Hechtman
David Lin
Kara Ognibene
Aiden Wagner
Brittany Willis
Danielle Valentino

Level V
Silver:
Sasha Deshuk-Flores

American Association of Teachers of Italian Poetry Recitation Contest

Italian - Level III
Honorable Mention:
Kristen Corless

Italian - Level V
Honorable Mention:
Kassandra McAdam

Queens College Calandra Italian American Institute Journal
Level III
Rachel Brandes
Peter Casola
Kristen Kazokis
Danielle Maddalena
Stephanie Miano
Melissa Palmieri
Hannah Weibley


Giovanni Caboto Lodge Scholarship
Jessica Monteserrato
Eric Seltzer

 

Skull and Bones Members Volunteer for Lymphomathon

Twenty-three members of the Skull and Bones Drama Club from Mepham High School volunteered and walked at the Lymphoma Research Foundation's annual Lymphomathon, a non-competitive walk-a-thon, at scenic Old Westbury Gardens on June 14. Not only did the students raise money, but they also helped register walkers, took in and accounted for walkers' donations, served as guides for the walkers and acted as greeters. To date, the club has raised $995 for Lymphomathon, but cash and check donations have not yet been added to the grand total.
 
Skull and Bones was invited by the LRF to participate in this event after the club raised $1,651 from its “A Night on Broadway” revue in January.  
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Mepham’s Tyler Davis Commits to UConn

Tyler Davis, junior and quarterback at Wellington C. Mepham High School, committed to play Division I football at University of Connecticut in front of family, friends and teammates on June 12. Davis will graduate Mepham early in December and enroll at UConn for the spring semester to begin workouts for the 2015 season.

Head coach Anthony Cracco explained that Davis’ hard work, dedication and unbreakable focus created tremendous opportunities at the collegiate football level. “Tyler Davis walked into Mepham four years ago as a tall, skinny eighth-grader who had a dream of one day becoming a Division I quarterback,” he said. “He worked tirelessly for the next four years to accomplish that goal on the field, in the classroom, in the weight room and anywhere else he felt could make him a better player or a better student-athlete.”

More than 50 college football programs showed interest in Davis – receiving offers from nine, including Bucknell University, Central Connecticut State University, Monmouth University, Old Dominion University, Stony Brook University, University at Albany, University of Connecticut, University at Buffalo and University of Maine.

Davis thanked Coach Cracco, his family, teachers, teammates and administrators at the school for helping to contribute to his success. “I’m so grateful for this opportunity to be able to share this moment of incredible news with so many of the people who helped me achieve my dream,” said Davis. “Every single person in this room, in some way, shape or form, has contributed to this moment and cannot be thanked enough. Without your encouragement, none of this would be possible.”
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