2401 Camp Avenue
Bellmore, NY 11710
Mr. Michael Harrington

Assistant Principals:
Dr. Jennifer Carne, Ed.D
Ms. Marie Netto
Mr. Christopher Safina
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    Current News

    Mepham Holds 77th Commencement Ceremony


    On June 28, Mepham High School held its 77th annual commencement ceremony for the Class of 2015 at the NYCB Theatre in Westbury. More than 330 graduating seniors received their diplomas from Principal Michael Harrington, members of the Board of Education and Superintendent of Schools John DeTommaso.

    Those delivering speeches to their peers included Class President Kara Ognibene, who also emceed the ceremony, valedictorian Anand Bradley and salutatorian Jane Kogan. One program highlight was a poetry recitation by graduating senior Jaime Marvin, who was designated this year’s poet laureate. Also contributing to the nostalgic atmosphere were members of the senior choir, who sang The Beatles’ “In My Life.”

    Congratulations to the Mepham Class of 2015! Browse the photo gallery to relive the excitement.


    District Hosts Second Drug Take-Back Day

    District leaders and the Community Parent Center held its second Drug Take-Back Day outside of Mepham High School in an effort to curb the availability of over-the-counter and prescription drugs found inside the average household medicine cabinet. On Take-Back days, residents are encouraged to drop off their unwanted or expired prescriptions and over-the-counter medications where they can be disposed of safely.

    At the May 30 event, residents dropped off approximately 700 pounds of medication, which were collected in 33 large plastic bags in a few hours. The Nassau County Police Department picked up the bags for proper disposal.

    The joint community-school effort followed a similarly successful Drug Take-Back event on September 27 in front of the central administration building. At that event, more than 200 pounds of drugs were collected in 10 large bags.

    Organizers also distributed more than 200 resource packets replete with information about safe storage and disposal of medication, as well as where families can seek drug counseling should it be needed.

    BOE Recognizes Its Own at June Meeting

    During the school year’s final meeting of the Board of Education, members of the board and student representatives exchanged gifts, pleasantries and bid farewell to retiring members of the district.

    Board Vice President Skip Haile read the names of the 13 Bellmore-Merrick CHSD employees retiring at the end of the year.

    The board also recognized the service of retiring board trustee Susan Schwartz in a touching tribute to her years of service to the district. The board’s student representatives recognized the work of board President JoAnn DeLauter by presenting her with a plaque.

    The student representatives were surprised to learn that they would be recognized for their service — delivering monthly updates on their school’s events and accomplishments. President DeLauter read a proclamation of gratitude and handed out personalized honorary gavels as a keepsake. As an added thrill, the students got to deliver the May update while sitting at the head of the board dais.

    The board also recognized outgoing members of the district’s various PTA organizations.

    Senior Awards Recapture Stellar Year

    More than 200 scholarships and awards were handed out in separate ceremonies held at all three high schools on May 27.

    The Senior Awards Program is an annual event that pools scholarships and recognitions both in and out of the district to reward outstanding seniors who have made contributions in numerous fields, including community service.

    The awards ranged from perfect attendance and academic excellence, to memorial awards in journalism and music.

    The evening also provides an opportunity for members of each school’s respective alumni associations and PTA groups to connect with current students and recognize their work.

    District Celebrates the Arts


    Bellmore-Merrick recently held its biannual Celebration of the Arts at the Brookside School with a stunning collection of work and showcases from student-artists across the district.

    Attended by community members, students, art teachers, art supervisors, building principals, the Board of Education and Superintendent John DeTommaso, the arts celebration included a magnificent gallery of hundreds of pieces of student artwork and an array of extraordinary musical presentations.  

    Browse the photo gallery to view some of the stunning artwork.