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Wellington C. Mepham High School

2401 Camp Avenue
Bellmore, NY 11710
 
   
Principal:
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
Main Office:
992-1500

 

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2019 Senior Picture Dates:

3/1, 3/4, 3/5 - 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’s Gabriela Daza Earns Pathfinder Award

    Mepham’s Gabriela Daza Earns Pathfinder Award photo
    Gabriela Daza, the Class of 2019 salutatorian at Mepham High School in the Bellmore-Merrick Central School District, was recently recognized with a Pathfinder Award from the Town of Hempstead on March 26.

    While the award recognizes her “outstanding leadership qualities and serving as an inspiration to others,” it was specifically her work with the organization, ERASE Racism and efforts to promote equality among her peers that made Daza stand out to the panel. She’s among eight other high school students selected.

    These annual awards honor women who have made notable impacts in their communities and include nine different categories. 

    Four Art Students Selected for Museum Show

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    Four juniors from the Central High School District have been accepted into the Long Island's Best Juried Art Show at the Heckscher Museum of Art.

    Kaitlyn Herlihy and Gianna Valente from Kennedy High School and Grace Bayer and Gianna Jaronczyk from Mepham High School were among the 80 students selected for the only juried exhibition on Long Island that offers high schoolers the opportunity to show their art in a museum setting.

    Valente, 17, of Bellmore created her pencil drawing under the guidance of art teacher Vanessa Albaneze, while Herlihy, 17, of Merrick edited her digital photography piece in Mark Booth’s class. Bayer, 17, of Merrick used ink to craft her artwork, while Jaronczyk, 17, of Bellmore utilized a marker medium in Talon Bidermann’s class.

    An opening reception will be held on Saturday, April 13, at 5:30 p.m., at the Huntington museum and their artwork will remain on display through May 19.

    Prizes will be awarded in numerous categories and are presented at the opening reception and awards ceremony. All exhibiting artists and their teachers will receive full-color catalogues featuring all artwork in the exhibition.  

    VIDEO: Bellmore-Merrick Shaves Heads for Charity

    Bellmore-Merrick Shaves Heads for Charity

    It was a hair —and fund-raising evening at Mepham High School on March 20 as the Central High School District hosted its annual Chop Your Lock's for Charity event to benefit the St. Baldrick's Foundation.

    Various participants raised nearly than $50,000 and counting as they voluntarily lost their locks, often at the hands of teachers and administrators. 

    Guests appearances and performances included the 501st Legion, a “Star Wars” cosplay organization that attends charitable events, the Amityville Highland Pipe Band and Irish step dancing from The Schade Academy.

    The Mepham Skull & Bones Drama Club treated guests to an appearance from their upcoming production, “Freaky Friday” and the Bellmore-Merrick Broadcasting crew were on hand to document the evening’s success. 

    The evening was put together by Mepham’s Participation in Government students, who were led by social studies teachers/ St. Baldrick's co-coordinators Kerry Dennis and Chris Patten. 

    “Our Participation in Government and Leadership students were so enthusiastic and spirited throughout their collaboration with the district and community in order to make the evening such a success,” said Dennis.

    Since 2008, this annual event has raised more than $330,000 for the St. Baldrick's Foundation, which funds research for childhood cancers.

     




    Mepham Boys Soccer Champs Honored at New York City Game

    Mepham Boys Soccer Champs Honored at New York City Game photo
    Mepham Boys Soccer Champs Honored at New York City Game photo 2
    Mepham High School boys soccer team, which were named the Nassau County champions, were invited to the New York City Football Club’s home opening on March 10 at Yankee Stadium, where they were honored along with other regional champions during a halftime ceremony.

    “The boys got a behind the scenes opportunity to walk on to the historic field at Yankee Stadium along with the other high school champions from the area during halftime,” explained coach Zachary Gosse, who is also a teacher at the district’s Meadowbrook Alternative Program. “This was truly a once in a lifetime opportunity and a great way to celebrate the school's first ever boys soccer county championship.”

    Broadcasting Student Casey Fahrer Chosen as National Youth Correspondent

    Broadcasting Student Casey Fahrer Chosen as National Youth Correspondent photo
    Casey Fahrer has been selected to represent Bellmore-Merrick as a National Youth Correspondent to the 2019 Washington Journalism and Media Conference at George Mason University from July 14-19.

    The program is open to 10th- and 11th-grade students who study journalism and media literacy in some aspect. 

    "Casey was chosen based on academic accomplishments and a demonstrated interest and excellence in journalism and media studies,” as stated in the acceptance letter.

    Fahrer, 16, has been a member of the Bellmore-Merrick Broadcasting program, which is housed at Mepham High School, since they recruited their first “official” cohort for the 2016-17 school year. 

    “I have been sportscasting several games and feel most comfortable in that area of broadcasting,” Fahrer said. “It’s definitely something I want to pursue in college and beyond.”

    He is now a junior taking Broadcasting III as well as AP Language, AP American History, College Media and College Photography.

    "This is an outstanding opportunity to Casey. He’s likely to learn so much in the process and make a ton of new friends from around the country,” explained Mary Donnelly, a district English chairperson.