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Bellmore, NY 11710
Mr. Michael Harrington

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Dr. Jennifer Carne, Ed.D
Ms. Marie Netto
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    Current News

    Bellmore-Merrick Salutes 11 Commended Students

    Eleven students from the district have been named Commended Students in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program.

    From Calhoun High School: David Bekore, Matthew Garber, Julia Losner and Rebecca Unz. From Kennedy High School: Ruth Bergman, Chloe Davis, Rebecca Stekol and Alixandra Wilens. From Mepham High School: Rachel Jozwik, Christopher Rosenthal and Zachary Weiss.

    Commended Students placed among the top 5 percent of the country out of more than 1.5 million students who entered the competition by virtue of taking the PSAT last year.

    “This is a true testament of these students’ individual ability to tackle a challenging exam and come out on top,” said Superintendent of Schools John DeTommaso.

    Mepham Leos Roar like Lions

    In keeping with the Leo Club’s mission of altruism and philanthropy, students at Mepham High School kicked off their induction into the district’s first Leo Club by hosting a donation drive for the homeless.

    Sponsored by the Bellmore Lions Club, the Leos live by the motto, “we serve,” and have planned several acts of community service including visiting the Bethany House, which assists homeless women and children.

    “I love helping the community,” said Amna Minhas, senior and club president. “We get to make a lot of people happy.”

    Club adviser Josephine Parlagreco, a Lion herself, has encouraged the members to participate in many projects such as food drives and community outreach.

    “She gives her heart and soul to anything she’s involved with at our school,” said Principal Michael Harrington.

    This will be the largest Leo Club in the district, explained said Nina Lanci, district governor 20-K2 and school board trustee. The Lions have long-assisted Mepham and the school district with projects such as Habitat for Humanity and holiday drives.
    “It feels so good to give back to our community,” Lanci told the room of inductees.

    Three HS Students named National Merit Semifinalists

    Three students in the district have been named semifinalists in the 62nd annual National Merit Scholarship Program.

    Alaina Anderson of Calhoun, Maximilian Bazil of Kennedy and Rachel Jozwick of Mepham all received this distinction.

    “Having students earn this recognition is a symbol of their test preparedness and academic work ethic,” said Assistant Superintendent, Curriculum and Instruction David Seinfeld.

    The National Merit Scholarship Program is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships that began in 1955. High school students enter the National Merit Program by taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Approximately 16,000 students, or approximately one-third of the 50,000 high scorers qualified as semifinalists. Finalists will be notified in February.

    Bellmore-Merrick Central welcomes incoming freshmen

    Ninth-graders across Bellmore-Merrick Central were recently treated to educational and entertaining freshman orientations at their new buildings.
    At Mepham High School, students enrolled in the district’s Broadcast Communication tested out equipment in the new state-of-the-art studio. Students within the district can apply for this four-year program, housed at Mepham.

    In addition to building tours, students learned about the goals and expectations of the program for the upcoming year.

    At Calhoun High School, senior student leaders hosted small group discussions with incoming freshmen about “Being a Calhoun Student.”
    "Students were split into small groups and had the opportunity to hear from the seniors and ask them questions,” explained Vice Principal Dr. Neil Testa. "They were also tasked with exploring, ‘what would I want to tell the ninth grade me about the next four years at Calhoun?”

    Upperclassmen at Kennedy High School were also on hand to assist, offering insight and advice to help with a successful first year in high school.

    “Lisa Scherer, the class advisor, kicked off their first community service project for the year, collecting school supplies for a school in Louisiana devastated by recent flooding,” said Principal Lorraine Poppe. “The day ended with Michael DiGiovanni and his C.H.A.M.P. [Culinary and Hospitality Applied Management Program] and students hosting a barbecue for the freshmen.”

    Girls Volleyball Teams Compete in Friendship Tourney

    Kennedy High School recently hosted a Bellmore-Merrick girls volleyball friendship tournament with Mepham and Calhoun high schools.

    “The teams had a great day playing,” said girls varsity volleyball coach Katie Sheehan. “This tournament used to be a yearly tradition and I decided to bring it back this year.”

    Photo Caption: Members of the Kennedy, Mepham and Calhoun girls varsity volleyball teams.