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John F. Kennedy High School

3000 South Bellmore Ave
Bellmore, NY 11710
Mr. Gerard Owenburg

Assistant Principals:
Mr. Daniel Jantzen
Dr. Marie A. Netto
Mr. Vincent Pisano

 Attendance: 992-1409
 Guidance: 992-1420
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Current News

Seniors Named All-State Musicians

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Seniors from the Central High School District have been selected to participate in the New York State School Music Association All-State Music Festival.
· Tara Fusillo (*two-time participant), String Ensemble – Viola (Kennedy High School, teacher – Robert Salzer)
· Jordan Novak, Vocal Jazz Ensemble – Alto (Calhoun High School, teacher – Sanford Sardo)
· Jack Parr, Mixed Chorus – Tenor 2 (Calhoun High School, teacher – Sanford Sardo)
· Jessica Sarubbi – Vocal Alternate (Kennedy High School, teacher – Jeanette Pincus)

The All State Performance Ensembles are honors groups comprised of the top students from school music departments across the state. To be considered, students must receive a certain high score on their NYSSMA solo performance as well as receive a nomination by their teacher.

“This year, the COVID-related cancellation of the 2019 NYSSMA adjudications made the process a little more complex,” said Cheryl Fontana, director of the fine & performing arts. “Since no festivals took place this past spring, students were evaluated based on their tenth-grade scores. The high level of playing these students achieved at such an early point in their high school career is truly remarkable.”

While the usual in-person concert and winter conference will not be taking place, students will be participating in a professionally produced virtual performance.

Kennedy Students Recognized by NY State Senate

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Kennedy High School students Rachel Nossen and Julie Pulewitz were recognized last year by the New York State Senate with Youth Leadership Recognition Awards.

Nossen serves as a student leader in the school’s Student Government, girls' basketball team, and Ambassador program. Pulewitz is a student leader in the choral program and One World club.

As cited in the letter, the seniors were chosen because they “embody the characteristics of a true student leader.”

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