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Bellmore, NY 11710
Mr. Michael Harrington

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Ms. Marie Netto
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    Current News

    Mepham Homecoming Helps Stock Food Pantry


    It was a sea of maroon and grey on Oct. 15 as the Mepham High School Pirates took on H. Frank Carey High School on homecoming.
    After a fierce battle, the Pirates fell to the Seahawks, 36-33. School spirit was infectious as fans cheered and the band, directed by Brian Neiderman, kept the tempo upbeat.

    Tim Tracy and Katie Carron were crowned homecoming king and queen during halftime after being paraded around the track in a pirate ship float.

    “Homecoming is always a special time at Mepham,” said Principal Michael Harrington. “It’s wonderful to see the community come together to celebrate school pride.”

    Mepham High School social worker Theana Cheliotes and the school’s Key Club adviser said the club was inspired to participate in the district’s new initiative to help develop a food pantry at the central administration building.

    “This weekend’s Homecoming for Hunger food collection served as a great kick off,” added Cheliotes. “You can say it was a touchdown.”

    Mepham’s Immanuel Mellis Named 2016 Young Composer

    At the Oct. 6 board of wducation meeting, Immanuel Mellis was recognized for being named a 2016 Young Composer by the New York State School Music Association.

    “Immanuel Mellis is a wonderful young man and student who is mature beyond his years,” said Board President Janet Goller during his introduction. “His qualities of self-sufficiency and independence will translate beautifully to his post-secondary school of choice, which currently includes options such as: Julliard, Northeastern University, and Oberlin College & Conservatory. Immanuel has applied a confident sense-of-self to every task and activity that he engages in, setting goals and achieving each and every one of them.”

    Fulfilling a full, rigorous academic schedule all four years of high school, Mellis has always applied himself wholeheartedly to his academic commitments.  He has always made sure to take advantage of the countless elective, college, honors and AP level opportunities available at Mepham High School.  

    Additionally, Immanuel is completing science research in Music Conceptualization and investigating a socio-psychological approach to music. This research focused on how human beings cognitively interpret music rhythms.

    “Immanuel is an incredible, multi-talented musician and composer,” said Goller. “As the viola section leader in the Mepham String Ensemble, he is one of its brightest stars. His latest composition earned him a spot to have his piece performed at the NYSSMA All-State Conference in December.  This is a huge honor, as only 14 students were selected from the state. He will be composing and conducting a piece for the Mepham String Ensemble this year.”

    Mepham French Students Welcome Guest Speaker

    Students of French language at Mepham High School in the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District were treated to a guest visit from Elizabeth Featherstone, a native of France who has lived and taught French in England for more than 35 years. Featherstone is the aunt of Mepham's new French teacher, Charlotte Hayes.

    "When I found out my aunt would be visiting New York for two weeks, I immediately thought of what she could bring to my French classes," she said.

    Students prepared questions about her dual French-English identity, her experiences traveling abroad and the importance of knowing multiple languages in the global age.  

    "Knowing another language permits you the world, brings it to your fingertips and lessens the unknown between you and someone from a different country,” Featherstone told students. “Speaking a foreign language also works the brain on a deeper, more intellectual level.”

    Hayes' students enjoyed the experience and appreciated being exposed to a native French speaker and shared their enthusiasm.
    "Ms. Featherstone's visit to our class was 'très magnifique,” said junior Michael Laupheimer. “She was very energetic and expressive. This helped us understand her French more and gave us an idea about how various cultures helped shape who she is. Her humor also allowed us to connect with her and feel comfortable asking questions. She was very easy to talk to. It was truly an honor to have someone like her speak to us and share her life with us."

    "I loved hearing her life story growing up in France,” added senior Kelsey White. “It was interesting to get a perspective from someone who has lived in both France and England."
    Mepham French students are looking forward to many more unique learning opportunities including their upcoming trip to Canada this fall.

    Mepham Leo Club Made Official

    Students in the Mepham High School first-ever Leo Club were recently inducted as an official Lion’s Club.

    The ceremony, held at the Nassau County Bar Association, was hosted by International President Chancellor Bob Corlew.
    The club was created by students and is advised by Bellmore Lion and Mepham science teacher Josephine Parlagreco.

    “This was also all done with the support of school board member (and district governor 20-K2) Nina Lanci who has been a tremendous advocate for this partnership,” said Deputy Superintendent Dr. Mara Bollettieri.

    More than 50 students were inducted into the school’s club on Sept. 19. They have service-based plans for assisting the community this year.

    Bellmore-Merrick Salutes 11 Commended Students

    Eleven students from the district have been named Commended Students in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program.

    From Calhoun High School: David Bekore, Matthew Garber, Julia Losner and Rebecca Unz. From Kennedy High School: Ruth Bergman, Chloe Davis, Rebecca Stekol and Alixandra Wilens. From Mepham High School: Rachel Jozwik, Christopher Rosenthal and Zachary Weiss.

    Commended Students placed among the top 5 percent of the country out of more than 1.5 million students who entered the competition by virtue of taking the PSAT last year.

    “This is a true testament of these students’ individual ability to tackle a challenging exam and come out on top,” said Superintendent of Schools John DeTommaso.