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Mr. Michael Harrington

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    Board Honors Mepham Physics Team’s First Place Win

    Board Honors Mepham Physics Team’s First Place Win Photo
    The Mepham Physics Olympics team competed against a field of 18 very well prepared high school teams from all over Long Island in the 33rd Annual Physics Olympics sponsored by the Long Island Physics Teachers Association held at SUNY Farmingdale in March.

    The events the team participated in were:
    “The Fermi Event” – students estimated quantities such as “How many drops of water are in the Atlantic Ocean.”

    “Bowling for Glory” – students used their understanding of forces and motion to guide a bowling ball through a complex path using on y the bristles of a broom.

    “Laser Light Show” – students calculated the properties of a glass prism and predicted where a laser beam passing through the prism and reflected off a mirror will land.

    “Rear End Collision” – students have to find where two toy cars of different speeds would rear end each other along a fixed track.

    “Physics Bowl” – a game show style competition where students are challenged on their physics knowledge.

    The Mepham team earned second place trophies for the Physics Bowl and the Bowling for Glory events.  However, they scored so well in all of the events that the team took the overall first place trophy in what was considered a very close competition.

    Mepham Students Are Charity Champions

    Mepham Students Are Charity Champions Photo
    Mepham High School was honored as Charity Champions by Altice for their spring Senior Service Learning Project that raised more than $41,000 for the St. Baldrick's Foundation. Altice presented the students with a $2,500 check for St. Baldrick's on June 1.

    Mepham Students Showcase ‘Voices from the Past’

    Mepham Students Showcase ‘Voices from the Past’ Photo
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    Mepham Students Showcase ‘Voices from the Past’ Photo 3
    On May 25, Mepham High School's Voices from the Past class presented their student-crafted, original work of theater titled “Voices from the Past.”  
    The production was designed and directed by the students of Voices from the Past, and the piece was performed in conjunction with student actors from Mepham's Skull and Bones Drama Club. Co-teachers Edward Grosskreuz and Stu Stein produced and oversaw the entire undertaking.

    “Voices from the Past showcases the voices of victims, survivors, perpetrators and witnesses — be they bystanders or upstanders — of genocide and human rights abuses stretching from 1915 Armenia to the present,” said Stein. “The entirety of the play, with the exception of bits of added narration, is comprised of their real and true testimonies. The play does not portray characters; it portrays people.”

    The students conceived this play as their final project for the current school year. Over the course of the year, they studied the genocides in Armenia, Nazi Europe and Rwanda, to name a few, while also becoming informed about human rights violations including the Japanese internment camps of 1940s United States, modern slavery, child soldiers and human trafficking. What the students realized is that history continues to repeat itself as the lessons of the past are forgotten or ignored. While the students understand that they cannot go out and entirely change the world, they hope they could use their newfound knowledge to inspire others to reconsider the way they treat others. Compassion and empathy are the best defense against hatred and apathy, Grosskruez and Stein explained.

    “Ultimately, it is our responsibility to hear the voices from the past and to listen to their stories,” said Grosskreuz. “By using our voices in the present to echo these tales, we aim to inspire our audience — the voices of the future — to remember these people, the hardships they endured, and the lessons they gift to us.”

    Mepham’s Alexandra D’Amato named essay contest winner

    Mepham’s Alexandra D’Amato named essay contest winner photo
    Alexandra D’Amato, a student at Mepham High School had recent success in the Intellectual Freedom Committee 13th annual “Freedom to Read” contest sponsored by the Nassau County Library Association. 

    The students had to select a character from a book or movie that they admire and D’Amato chose Liz Murray from “Breaking Night,” her summer reading book.

    She was recognized on May 18 for her essay and named a winner in the 13- to 15-year old group.

    Mepham Softball Team Tops Division II Championship

    Mepham Softball Team Tops Division II Championship Photo
    The young women of Mepham’s softball team capped off a 13-2 season record by clinching the division II championships.

    Senior catcher Samantha Arcese was awarded All-County Honorable Mention.
    “She did an amazing job calling the games,” said coach Jen Greco. “She has true talent for and understanding of the sport. She is arguably one of the best catchers in the conference. She had at least one pick off each game, with multiple pick offs in several games.”

    Junior third baseman Kara Castaldo was also awarded All-County – for the second year in a row.

    “Kara has been playing on the varsity level for three years now. She had her first homerun this season, and didn’t stop there,” added Greco. “She ended the season with a batting average of .462 and two homeruns and 22 RBIs.”
    Junior shortstop and All-County honoree Kelsey Vandewater batting average .467, 10 doubles, 13 RBIs and 23 runs scored. Senior Stephanie Burns, who pitches and plays centerfield, was named All-Conference. She saw 31 strikeouts with 27.1 innings played.

    Freshman right fielder Brianna Morse earned All-County Honorable Mention. In her second year playing for Mepham, she hit her first homerun this year and led the team with a .587 batting average, 26 RBIs, 7 doubles and four triples.

    “She is a player that can be put anywhere in the field and she will always make the play,” Greco said.

    Greco considers junior second baseman Kerri Donlon the most improved player this year.

    “Her bat came alive this season,” she added. “She had a .524 batting average, with nine RBIs and 11 runs scored. I’m looking forward to see what she can produce next year.”

    Greco touts the team’s supportive nature, work ethic and team spirit as their key to success.

    “They were always there to cheer the other on and lift them up when needed,” she added. “I truly believe this is what helped the girls to be so successful this year, on top of the natural talent that they all possess.”