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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
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    Mepham Dedicates Tree to the Late Alumnus Roy Weinman

    Mepham Dedicates Tree to the Late Alumnus Roy Weinman photo
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    The Mepham Community came together on Oct. 3 to dedicate a special spot on the campus to the late Bellmore business owner and former Pirate Roy Weinman.

    A newly planted tree with accompanying plaque now sits in the school’s courtyard, compliments of the school’s Leo Club, Island Greenery and the Mepham Alumni Association.

    “It’s moments like these that make me very proud to be a part of the Mepham community,” said Principal Eric Gomez. 
    Mepham’s first Leo Club is recognized as an official Lion’s Club and is sponsored by the Bellmore chapter. Club adviser Josephine Parlagreco is a Lion herself.

    “He was the reason for the start of our club,” explained Parlagreco. “He loved community and service.”

    Weinman’s Hardware was a Bedford Avenue staple from the 1950s until 2014. A graduate of Mepham’s Class of 1941, Weinman and his wife, Myrna, raised four children in Bellmore – all of whom graduated Mepham as well. 

    “Mr. Weinman was a true Pirate who cared a great deal about Mepham and our community,” added Gomez. “His passing last year affected many in the community, especially his family.”

    Weinman passed away on July 11, 2017. He was also an active member of the Chamber of Commerce of the Bellmores and the Bellmore Lions Club and started the latter organization’s flea market.

    Mepham High School Wins News 12 School Spirit Showdown

    Congratulations to Mepham High School for winning week 1 of the News 12 School Spirit Showdown competition. Mepham won this island-wide competition with more than 32,000 votes.
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    Students Earn NYSSMA All-State Honors

    Students Earn NYSSMA All-State Honors photo
    At the Oct. 3 meeting, the Central High School District’s board of education honored four students who achieved All-State honors from the New York State School Music Association.

    Maria Fazio and Adam Gokcan of Calhoun High School and Adriana Guarascio and Jeffery Langer of Mepham High School will participate in the All-State Music Festival on Nov. 29-Dec. 2 in Rochester amongst an ensemble comprised of top students from music departments across the state.

    Fazio will be performing with the Treble Chorus, Gokcan with the Symphonic Band, Guarascio with the String Orchestra and Langer with the Wind Ensemble.

    These Bellmore-Merrick musicians are under the direction of Brian Lotze, Ed Tumminelli, Sanford Sardo and Eric Vivelo.

    Mepham Puts Pirate Pride on Display at Homecoming

    Mepham Puts Pirate Pride on Display at Homecoming photo

    To culminate spirit week at Mepham High School, the Pirate community hosted a festival, pep rally and homecoming game on Sept. 28.

    Various clubs set up booths in the parking lot that included face painting, bubble creation and slime making. 
    Teams were called onto the field during the pep rally to display their school spirit and the Bellmore-Merrick community came together as the football team took on Valley Stream Central in the evening. 

    Parent volunteers worked yummy concession stands and the school’s band kept the crowd moving and grooving to today’s hits.

    At halftime the cheerleading and kickline squads got the crowd on their feet. Anthony Novello and Samantha Bello were crowned homecoming king and queen, respectively. Novello dislocated his shoulder early in the game and was transported to a local hospital. He later returned to be crowned king, alongside his girlfriend, Bello.

    The Pirates defeated Valley Stream Central, 28-13.

    “It was a hard-fought game between two good teams,” said Coach and Athletic Director Anthony Cracco. “The effort by our players was outstanding.”


    Mepham ASR Student Attend Research Day at Hofstra

    Mepham ASR Student Attend Research Day at Hofstra photo
    Advanced Science Research Students in eleventh and twelfth grades at Mepham High School were invited by the Hofstra University provost to attend their annual Faculty Research Day the last week in September. 

    After a brief campus tour, students were given an opportunity to interview Hofstra professors about their research interests. 
    The presentations included STEM fields along with other disciplines in the humanities. 

    “More importantly, many of the professors expressed to our teachers how impressed they were with our students,” said Science Chair Patrick Mannion.

    Accordingly, Mepham was invited back again next year. Also, Mepham was the only high school invited to this special event.

    Science teachers Jeannette Spargifiore and Dr. David Kommor were instrumental in organizing this experience for students.