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Bellmore, NY 11710
Mr. Michael Harrington

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Dr. Jennifer Carne, Ed.D
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    Mepham Girls Basketball Finishes Season Undefeated

    Mepham Girls Basketball Finishes Season Undefeated
    The Mepham High School girls basketball team finished their regular season with an undefeated record and were named conference champs.

    The squad, whose 12-0 record will propel them into the Nassau County Conference III playoffs, is led by junior point guard, MaryAnn Bagonis. She averages 13 points per game. Senior Maeve Testa averages 12 points per game and 10 rebounds per game.

    “I am proud of the consistent team effort and spirit put forth by these girls on the court each week,” said coach Jim Mulvey.

    The squad enters the first round of playoffs on Feb. 16.

    Three Seniors Named National Merit finalists

    Two Seniors Named National Merit finalists
    Three students in the district have been named finalists in the 62nd annual National Merit Scholarship Program.

    Alaina Anderson of Calhoun High School, Maximilian Bazil of Kennedy High School and Rachel Jozwick of Mepham High School all received this distinction.

    “We are proud of the exemplary students who received this prestigious honor,” said Superintendent John DeTommaso. “In addition to being strong in academics, they have each contributed greatly to their school community.”

    The National Merit Scholarship Program is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships. High school students enter the National Merit Program by taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Approximately 15,000 students, or approximately one-third of the 50,000 high scorers qualified as finalists. From here, approximately 7,500 students will be notified of various monetary, corporate-sponsored or college-sponsored awards.

    Eleven Mepham Athletes Sign With Colleges

    Nearly a dozen student-athletes from Mepham High School officially signed letters of intent to play sports with various institutions post-high school.

    “These standout student-athletes were committed to excellence throughout their seasons at Mepham, earning them recognition from various schools,” said Athletic Coordinator Anthony Cracco. “It is their continued drive to success both on and off the field that will take them far in their collegiate careers.”

    The athletes are as followed: Amanda Amalfitano – Kean University; Emily Amato – Marywood University; Kevin Chaimowitz – Union College; Karlee Greco – Mount Ida College; Carolyn Hayes – College of Mount St. Vincent; Carissa Kahn –Siena College; Kristin Lasker – SUNY New Paltz; Jeremy Lissade – Seton Hill University; Billy Moutafis – New York Institute of Technology; Maeve Testa – Adelphi University; and Mike Valentino – Seton Hill University.

    “It’s always a proud day to see Pirates advancing in a field they’ve worked so hard in,” added Eric Caballero the district’s director of physical education, athletics, driver education and health.

    Mepham Team Earns Top Honors at Business Competition

    Mepham Team Earns Top Honors at Business Competition
    On Jan. 13, Mepham High School joined other budding entrepreneurs from throughout the island to compete for the top spot at Long Island’s Regional Business Plan Competition, sponsored by HSBC.

    Teams representing 56 virtual enterprise companies from 42 high schools in both Nassau and Suffolk counties had their written business plans and oral presentations judged by industry professionals and educators at Farmingdale State College.  

    Mepham’s TruViewVR earned first-place honors for Most Enthusiastic Booth and Best Catalog at this year’s competitions.  

    “TruViewVR’s presentation team, consisting of Marquise Soto, Kevin Chaimowitz, Nick Girardi, Mike Smith, Mike Pioli and Jake Brief, performed brilliantly during the Business Plan Competition,” said Vice Principal Marie Netto.

    They will continue on to the Trade Show Competition in April held in New York City.

    Mepham’s Kickline Dances to the Top of the Competition

    The Mepham High School varsity kickline team high-kicked their way to the top at the NDA Regional Dance Competition held at Walt Whitman High School on Jan. 21.

    “The team earned third-place honors in Small Varsity Jazz, second place in Large Varsity Team Performance and first place in Large Varsity Pom,” explained coach Kerry Dennis.

    “In addition, the team was named Grand Champions of the competition because their pom score was the highest score out of any category and division of the competition,” Dennis said.

    The squad will compete at the Scholastic Kickline Competition on Feb. 5 at Nassau Community College before traveling to Orlando, Florida for the NDA National Dance Competition on March 1.