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Meadowbrook Alternative Program

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1260 Meadowbrook Rd
Merrick, NY 11566


Principal:
Eric Arlin

Main Office: (516) 992-1083

“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”
- Anne Frank

 

The Meadowbrook Alternative Program (MAP) promotes Honor, Excellence, Respect, and Optimism in students who have had difficulties succeeding in traditional high school settings.

MAP students succeed through their engagement in a rigorous academic program consisting of  personalized classroom, real world, and service learning experience delivered in the context of a nurturing and challenging learning community.

The Guidance Department at the Meadowbrook Alternative Program is committed to serving the Bellmore-Merrick community by helping foster and support the Academic, Social, Emotional and Career Development of all students.

 

School Updates & Announcements

 

Driver Education News

Registration for the Spring Driver Ed session opens online January 4th.

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MAP Bell Schedule

Period Time
1 9:00am - 9:41am
2 9:45am - 10:26am
3 10:30am - 11:11am
4 11:15am - 11:56am
5 12:00pm - 12:41pm
6 12:45pm - 1:26pm (Lunch)
7 1:26pm - 2:07pm
8 2:07pm - 2:48pm (Extra Help)
9 2:49pm - 3:30pm

 

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Current News

Bellmore-Merrick MAP students launch Kindness Campaign

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Seniors in Zach Gosse’s leadership class at the Meadowbrook Alternative Program in the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District are learning about kindness and its effects on society.

To demonstrate this on a hyperlocal level, students brainstormed the Kindness Campaign. On Oct. 14, they set up in the hallway of MAP and offered passersby a cup of hot or cold apple cider. Payment was a handwritten Post-it note for someone’s potential future need.

“We just wanted to spread positivity,” noted student Sergio Prongay.

“And provide an act of kindness,” added student Jordan Nelson.

The Post-its were added to a whiteboard which will remain in the hallway.

“This way if someone needs some uplifting or is feeling bad, they can just take a note and hopefully it will make them feel better,” added Nelson.

Date Added: 10/17/2022

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