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Bellmore, NY 11710
Mr. Eric Gomez

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    Mepham Celebrates Middle Eastern and South Asian Culture

    Mepham Celebrates Middle Eastern and South Asian Culture photo

    On March 1, a festive crowd gathered at Mepham High School to learn more about the Islam faith and Muslim culture during the second annual Middle Eastern and South Asian Night.

    The event is the brainchild of junior Rina Sarfraz, who explained that her goal is to “educate others about Islam as well as show off the beautiful intricacies of her culture.”

    Attendees enjoyed a variety of activities including coloring mandalas, receiving henna tattoos and nibbling on traditional foods such as samosas, naan, kebabs, banana chips. 

    Some participants even dipped their toes – and hips – into an interactive Bollywood dance lesson.

    Hosted on behalf of the World of Difference and Leo clubs, led by adviser Josephine Parlagreco, the groups aim to teach others about acceptance and respect of people no matter race, religion, gender, etc. Proceeds from raffle sales will benefit the UN Refugee Agency.


    Mepham Kickline Performs at National Dance Championship

    Mepham Kickline Performs at National Dance Championship photo

    The Mepham varsity kickline team competed for the sixth time in the program's history at the 2018 NDA High School National Championship in Orlando, Florida.

    The team competed among the best in the country and made it into finals in all three routines, placing ninth out of 32 teams in Small Varsity Jazz; 10th out of 17 in Large Varsity Team Performance and 12th out of 32 in Large Varsity Pom. 

    Prior to leaving for nationals, the team was named the 2018 Long Island Champions for Pom for the ninth time in the last 10 years. 

    Mepham’s Mike Proios Named to Nassau’s Golden 11 Team

    Mepham’s Mike Proios Named to Nassau’s Golden 11 Team photo
    Mike Proios, a well-conditioned three-sport athlete and senior at Wellington C. Mepham High School,was recently named to the elite Nassau County Golden 11 team.

    The Pirates quarterback, Proios’ football career dates back to when he was a 5-year-old playing on the Bellmore Braves fields. While he was supposed to be the backup quarterback in his sophomore year, Proios trained and earned a starting spot instead.

    “He has consistently played at a high level,” said Anthony Cracco, Mepham head coach and athletic director.  “He helped led the team to our best season in 25 years. We went 8-3, making it to the Nassau County finals.”

    Proios earned All-State honors and recently signed with Seton Hill University on a football scholarship. 

    “The long hours of film and studying have paid off,” Proios posted in a tweet, thanking coach Anthony Cracco. “Thank you for inspiring me to play football at the collegiate level. Hands down the best coach I’ve ever had.”

    He is also a National Honor Society member and plays on Mepham’s basketball and baseball teams. 

    Giving back is important to Proios who coached a youth football team and helped rebuild his family’s church, Saint Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Merrick, which was damaged in a fire. 

    The Golden 11 is an honor given to the 11 players who best embody the behavior expected of student-athletes on and off the field, which includes maintaining scholar-athlete status and attaining All-County accolades. Only one student-athlete can be nominated from each school and a committee of coaches makes selections from each conference. 

    The National Football Foundation chooses just 11 athletes from all of Nassau County.

    Science Research Students Advance to LISEF Round 2

    Science Research Students Advance to LISEF Round 2 photo
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    After a long and arduous day of presenting their research to professional judges from all over Long Island, five students in the district received notice that their projects would be advancing to Long Island Science & Engineering Fair Round 2. 

    Sanford H. Calhoun High School senior Kyle Pilotti and sophomore Sonia Sarju, John F. Kennedy seniors Cameron Levy and Lucas Rosen, and Wellington C. Mepham senior Yusuf Hasan will battle on March 7 to win a spot to attend the International Science Engineering Fair competition, which will be held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in May.

    Hasan’s project is titled "The Effects of Homocysteine and Amyloid Beta on the SH-SY5Y Cell Line."

    Levy’s research, “An Analysis of the Interactions Among the Histone Deacetylase Sir2, TOR Signaling, and the Heat Shock Response Instigator Heat Shock Factor 1,” was completed at Long Island University, CW POST.

    Pilotti's project, "Predicted and Observed Wind Profiles Over Southampton, NY," was conducted over the summer at Stony Brook Simon's Summer Research Program.

    Rosen will move forward in the mathematics category. His project is titled “PEACE and WAR: Eliminating Luck to Project True Offensive Value of Major League Baseball Batters.”

    Sarju hit the ground running as the only sophomore in the ASR program. She worked as part of a team with students from St. Anthony’s and Syosset high schools on the project, "ZnO NP Regulation: Identification of the IRT1 Ortholog in Lemma minor," at the iResearch Institute this past summer.

    Mepham Student Advances in Poetry Competition

    Mepham Student Advances in Poetry Competition photo
    Candace Casimir, a sophomore at Wellington C. Mepham High School, won the regional Poetry Out Loud Competition on Feb. 9 at Nassau Community College.

    Casimir will now represent Mepham at the New York State competition on March 9.

    Poetry Out Loud is a national arts education program that encourages the study of great poetry by offering educational materials and a dynamic recitation competition to high schools across the country. English teacher Nicole Maresca and chairperson Mary Donnelly were instrumental in organizing this year’s program.