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Wellington C. Mepham High School

2401 Camp Avenue
Bellmore, NY 11710
 
   
Principal:
Mr. Eric Gomez

Assistant Principals:
Dr. Jennifer B. Carne, Ed.D
Mr. Andrew DelRosario
Mr. Christopher Safina
   
Attendance: 992-1515
Counseling & Wellness Center: 992-1520
Main Office:
992-1500

 

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2019 Senior Picture Dates:

3/1, 3/4, 3/5 - Sr. Portraits (current junior class) 7:30-2:15 Auditorium
9/12 & 13 - Underclass ID photos (grades 9-11) 7:30-2:15 Auditorium
9/16 & 17 - Sr. Portrait Make-ups/Re-takes 7:30-2:15 Auditorium
10/18 - Underclass ID Make-ups/Re-takes (gr. 9-11) 8:30-3:00 Auditorium
10/21 - Sr. Group Yearbook photo (shape of "20") 3:00 Front lawn
10/22 - Rain date - Sr. Group Yearbook Photo 3:00 Front lawn




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    Current News

    VIDEO: Mepham Installs Flag Field of Honor

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    The lawn of Mepham High School is adorned with nearly 300 American and military branch flags after students volunteered to assist at the Nov. 3 Flag Field of Honor installation. 

    In a fundraising effort led by social studies teachers Kerry Dennis, Matt Moody and Chris Patten, students participating in the senior service learning project sold flags to benefit the organization, the FealGood Foundation. 

    “The FealGood Foundation was brought to our attention by a student who had seen the benefits of the organization firsthand,” explained Dennis. 

    They suggested classes work for them, following their involvement in the passing of the 9/11 Victim’s Compensation Fund this past summer.

    The FealGood Foundation is a nonprofit organization that enhances awareness and educates the public about the catastrophic health effects faced by 9/11 first responders. This foundation also provides assistance to 9/11 first responders, downtown residents and construction workers who are suffering the health effects of exposure to toxins at Ground Zero.

    “This Flag Field of Honor was also a way to recognize the first responders who live in the Bellmore-Merrick community,” Moody added.


    VIDEO: Mepham Alumni Donate Benches to Courtyard

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    Inspired by the district’s wellness centers initiative, the Mepham High School Class of 1969 donated six picnic tables for the school’s courtyard.

    “Round in nature for a reason,” explained committee member Susan Tietz Lupo at the Oct. 24 dedication ceremony. “Because what better way to open the lines of communication on mental health awareness than to be able to sit around a table with each other and talk.”

    The group explained they tapped into their 50 years of life experience and “imparted some of the wisdom they have gained over the years” by adding inspirational words onto each table; kindness, acceptance, compassion, respect, positivity and dignity.

    Ahead of the courtyard ceremony, the group and current juniors lined the school’s foyer and handed out Pirate’s Booty snacks to students at dismissal. They donated 1,200 bags of the aptly named treat, as the school mascot is the Pirates.

    “Our alumni group does so much for our school on a regular basis,” explained Principal Eric Gomez. “Not only do they contribute to a lot of the programs that students are a part of, they also help fund ELITE activities, kickline, cheer, sports and so much more.”


    Mepham Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

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    To celebrate National Hispanic Heritage month the Mepham World Languages Department sponsored two ELITE events. Ms. Larrea (World Lanugages) and Ms. Parlagreco (A World of Difference) hosted an event on Oct. 16, in which students learned about the origins Hispanic Heritage Month. They also learned about the contributions of notable Hispanic Americans.  Students made traditional guacamole and enjoyed a variety of empanadas.

    On Oct. 17, students participated in a "Breakout" activity based on Hispanic culture.  The students worked in two teams to use their knowledge of Hispanic culture and critical thinking skills to solve clues and to unlock boxes leading to a team prize. The clues were based on geography, art, gastronomy, and music. 

    This interactive and educational activity culminated in a tie-breaking salsa competition to name team “green” the victors. Special thanks to the Spanish Honor Society and advisors Ms. Feldman and Ms. O’Neill for hosting this event. 

    Mepham’s Angel Toro Receives Award of Excellence

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    Angel Toro, a senior at Mepham High School, recently received an award of excellence from the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientist.

    This past summer, he participated in the Congress of Future Medical Leaders held in Boston, Massachusetts.

    The National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists honors America's highest achieving high school students interested in a career in the profession.


    Pirate Pride on Display at Mepham Homecoming

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    Mepham High School was a sea of maroon and grey on Sept. 28 as students, staff, administrators and visiting members of the Bellmore-Merrick community celebrated homecoming in style.

    The culminating event of school spirit week, homecoming was successful in a multitude of ways. First, there was Piratefest, where members of the community got to enjoy games, food and several tables representing various school and community organizations.

    “It was a spirited week at Mepham as we counted down to our homecoming festivities,” said Principal Eric Gomez. “We celebrated our annual Pep Rally where we recognized all fall athletes. Our pep band and members of Skull and Bones also performed a few numbers.  Additionally, the classes displayed their banners that conveyed the theme, “This is Mepham!”

    Some lucky people even got to be on television thanks to a wonderful production put on by the BMB crew. There was also an inflatable pirate ship for young children to explore. 

    Once the pregame festivities concluded, the varsity football team had business to take care of on the field against visiting Sewanhaka. Although the game was a tough tooth-and-nail battle, the Pirates were able to emerge victorious, securing a 14-7 victory. Billy Molloy made big plays defensively, including a big tackle to keep the Indians out of the endzone in the fourth quarter, and a game-sealing interception with 30 seconds to go.

    Senior Griffin Karp set the tone early in this one on special teams, as he blocked a punt that was recovered in the endzone for a Mepham touchdown. Senior Matthew Hegi scored the winning touchdown on a 17-yard run. 

    Halftime performances by the kickline and cheerleaders dazzled the crowd. Homecoming grand marshal Donald Brady, who graduated in 1991 and played 47 games in the NFL for the Baltimore Ravens, was then recognized. Afterward, the homecoming court was introduced, and Sean White and Brooke Rehab were crowned king and queen, respectively.


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