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Wellington C. Mepham High School

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2401 Camp Avenue
Bellmore, NY 11710
 
   
Principal:
Mr. Anthony DeMartinis

Assistant Principals:
Dr. Jennifer B. Carne, Ed.D
Mr. Andrew DelRosario
Mr. Christopher Safina
   
Attendance: 992-1515
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992-1500

 

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    VIDEO: Mepham Hosts ‘Stairway Climb’ in Memory of 9/11

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    Mepham High School hosted a stairway climb on Nov. 10 in honor and remembrance of lives lost and first responders who made the ultimate sacrifice on 9/11.

    For a participation fee of $10, students and staff members climbed the equivalent of 110 flights of stairs up and down the three-story school. Both the varsity football and kickline teams participated. MephaCapella performed “The Star-Spangled Banner” ahead of the climb. Bellmore-Merrick Broadcasting covered the event.

    “Today, we will climb the stairs of Mepham High School, as unified Pirates to pay tribute to the 2,997 victims of the Sept. 11th attacks,” explained social studies teacher and event co-organizer Kerry Dennis to the crowd of more than 150 students who participated.

    The $1,700 raised will go to the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, which helps families of fallen first responders.

    “On Sept. 11, 2001, Stephen Siller, who was assigned to Brooklyn’s Squad 1, had just finished his shift and was on his way to play golf with his brothers when he got word over his scanner of a plane hitting the North Tower of the World Trade Center,” Dennis explained. “Upon hearing the news, Stephen called his wife, Sally, and asked her to tell his brothers he would catch up with them later. He returned to Squad 1 to get his gear. Stephen drove his truck to the entrance of the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel, but it had already been closed for security purposes. Determined to carry out his duty, he strapped 60 pounds of gear to his back and raced on foot through the tunnel to the World Trade Center, where he gave up his life while saving others. The tower climb also pays tribute to Captain William F. Burke Jr.”

    The Tunnel to Towers Foundation was created by Stephen Siller’s brother. Social studies teacher Chris Patten also helped organize the event and played the bagpipes outside as motivation for stairway climb participants. The North Bellmore Fire Department created a gigantic American flag arch for the students to walk under as they completed the climb.



    Date Added: 11/14/2022

    Mepham Installs Flag Field of Honor

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    The lawn of Mepham High School is adorned with nearly 150 American and military branch flags after students volunteered to assist at the Nov. 6 Flag Field of Honor installation.

    In a fundraising effort led by social studies teachers Kerry Dennis and Chris Patten, students participating in the senior service-learning project sold flags to benefit the organization, Tunnel to Towers Foundation.Social Studies teacher Matt Moody, library media specialist Shari Stack and social studies chairperson Robyn Einbinder also assisted with the install.

    So far, the students have raised $3,200 for the organization. An upcoming Penny Wars event will add to that total. The flags will remain on the school’s front lawn through early December.

    Click here to view the photo slideshow.

    Date Added: 11/9/2022

    Treasure Trove of Sweets at Mepham Trunk or Treat

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    Students and staff from Mepham High School hosted a Trunk or Treat on Oct. 27 for local elementary school children.

    From goblins and skeletons, to Hawaiian and Twister themed trunks, students and staff handed out candy and other treats, much to the delight of little costumed trick or treaters.

    The event was live streamed by the Bellmore-Merrick Broadcasting program. Social Studies teacher Jacqueline Geller helped organized this event, along with chairperson Robyn Einbinder and the school’s Student Government. Donations were collected and will benefit the district’s Community Cupboard food pantry.

    Date Added: 10/28/2022

    VIDEO: Mepham Hosts Successful Homecoming

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    The Mepham High School football team defeated Long Beach High School Oct. 16, 28-13, during their homecoming game.

    Ahead of the game, Mepham held its pep rally and Pirate Fest, which included a fundraising dunk tank, snacks, student-run club tables and more.

    The band, led by Anthony Brandofino, provided musical interludes throughout the game. Cheer and kickline teams entertained the crowd, both during the game and at halftime.

    Dimitri Gogas and Camryn Kwitko were named homecoming king and queen, respectively.

    Brian Levy, a 1960 graduate of Mepham and active member of alumni association, was the homecoming grand marshal. He and his wife, Joan, attended the game.

    During the game, quarterback Dominick Novello ran for one touchdown and had a 35-yard pass to wide receiver Steven Mulqueen for another. Novello also scored on a 95-yard kickoff return. Wide receiver Dominic Inzerilla had a 25-year interception returned for a touchdown.

    Click here to view a photo slideshow.


    Date Added: 10/18/2022

    Mepham Athletes Bring Cancer Awareness to the Field

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    Mepham High School’s athletic programs hosted various events to continue the fight against pediatric cancer and breast cancer during their fall season.

    Both the girls and boys soccer program at Mepham High School dedicated the month of September to the fight against pediatric cancer.The girls wore yellow athletic tape for each game in the Month of September along with yellow pediatric cancer awareness wrist bands.

    “The girls soccer team had a unique situation where two members of the varsity soccer team have a brother who was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer,” explained varsity girls soccer coach Janine Bizelia.“As an eighth grader in the district, the girls dedicated one of their games to Carsyn Volpe’s fight against cancer.”

    The girls designed yellow T-shirts with his name on them and called Volpeto come out at the end of the game to take photos.

    “He is an amazing young man who is fighting each day to have some sense of normalcy,” added Dr. William Murphy, Mepham’s athletic coordinator.

    “The parents of the boys and girls soccer programs also aided the players efforts by selling snacks at their games to help raise money for fighting pediatric cancer,” added boys varsity soccer coach Zach Gosse.

    The girls varsity soccer team also held their annual pink game on Sept. 30, sold baked goods at their team tent and wore pink T-shirts and socks.

    The boys varsity soccer team held a breast cancer awareness game on Sept. 29. Both boys and girls junior varsity and varsity programs sold over 350 t-shirts and raised $2,800.

    Mepham’s Sept. 24varsity football game was their annual Pediatric Cancer Awareness game.Players and coaches wore yellow arm bands (the color that supports pediatric cancer awareness) and the fans in the stands wore yellow or gold for awareness.

    “We also had three game captains from the community represent the program at the pregame coin toss,” explained varsity football coach Matt Moody. “Each of the honorary game captains; Luke Lang, Robert LaSpina and Carsyn Volpe were either cancer survivors or were currently battling cancer.”

    The boys remained on the sideline for the entire game and the announcer introduced each of the boys while providing a short biography during the game.

    The Mepham Football Program will also be donating a portion of their proceeds from their annual homecoming T-shirt sales to pediatric cancer research.

    Date Added: 10/13/2022

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