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Wellington C. Mepham High School

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2401 Camp Avenue
Bellmore, NY 11710
Mr. Anthony DeMartinis

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Ms. Theresa Dell’Olio
Mr. Andrew DelRosario
Mr. Christopher Safina
Attendance: 992-1515
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    Mepham Graduates Class of 2024

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    The Mepham High School graduating Class of 2024 was commemorated on the football field on June 9.

    A sea of maroon and grey served as a celebratory setting for the Pirates. Mepham Poet Laureate Matthew Tucci shared a poem and MephAcapella graced the ceremony with a rendition of “Irish Blessing.” Board of Education trustee/Mepham parent Melissa Cmar-Grote also offered positive remarks at the commencement ceremony.

    Principal Anthony DeMartinis spoke about celebrating the differences in members of the school community and how “we all coalesce each day into this beautiful building rich with history and packed with inspirational educators and we form a community.”

    Valedictorian Christiana Foufas addressed the crowd, talking about the importance of family and connection, and specifically ‘meraki.’

    “Meraki is a Greek word meaning to do something with creativity and love, and to put something of yourself into your work. It also encompasses perseverance,” she explained. “As we proceed on our separate paths, I want you all to have meraki in all that you do.”

    Salutatorian Matt Yang spoke about how he will carry the impact of athletics, as well as his academic experience with him past Mepham.

    “Even though we will become separated after graduation, as we spread our wings and pursue our dreams, our unity and community as a class will remain forever,” he said.

    Click here to view the Mepham Graduation 2024 slideshow.

    Date Added: 6/10/2024

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