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Kellenberg Features

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Annual May Crowning Prayer Service at Kellenberg

Article by Katherina Palion, class of 2014: On Friday, May 22, the annual May Crowning prayer service took place. Every May, Kellenberg sets aside a day to honor the Virgin Mother Mary in a special way by crowning her statue that is outside by the main entrance. During the month of May, Christians offer up to our Mother an especially fervent homage of prayer and veneration, both within the church community and at home. Because Kellenberg is a Marianist school, that is, dedicated to the devotion of Mary, the crowning of Mary is especially important... Read More

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Juniors Turn Out For Record Blood Drive Donations

Today, the junior class responded to a desperate call for donated blood. Students donated for many different reasons. Some students donate because of  family members who needed a blood product, others donated because of the blood shortage in our area, and others donated because they wanted to get into the habit of donating every 56 days and wanted to save a life. We are proud to announce that today’s blood drive was the most successful we’ve ever held at Kellenberg. 303 members of the junior class signed up to donate yielding 179 whole... Read More

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Tyro Victor Louis Takes Spelling Bee Challenge

On Saturday, May 16, seventh grader Victor Louie represented the Brother Joseph C. Fox Latin School in the annual Spelling Bee held at the Lutheran Church of the Epiphany in Hempstead. Fourteen contestants from various local schools battled through twenty-five rounds of challenging words such as goliath, edification, ignominious, and loquacious. Victor Louie was the runner-up winner and awarded a certificate and two trophies for the top seventh grade speller and second overall winner. Congratulations to Victor for his spelling achievements and participation... Read More

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Claudia Bacigalupo Wins in Senator Kemp Hannon’s “There Ought To Be A Law” Contest

On Thursday, May 21, at the Levittown Hall in Hicksville, sixth grade finalists were chosen from twenty-five participating schools and honored for their creative and innovative ideas for new laws. The entries touched on topics such as health care, school safety, environmental protection, child safety, and the use of electronics. Claudia Bacigalupo was the winning sixth grade contestant representing the Brother Joseph C. Fox Latin School. Her law stated that a child or adult of any age should be forbidden to walk along a major road or cross the... Read More

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Class of 2015 Senior Superlatives

Congratulations to the members of the Class of 2015 who have been chosen for this year’s Senior Superlatives. Senior Superlatives are voted on each year by the members of the senior class. Categories include Most Spirited, Most Studious, Most Talkative, Best Smile, Most Artistic, Most Athletic, Most Friendly, Most Humorous, Most Involved, Most Likely to Succeed, and Most Musical. Congratulations to all! Most Spirited – Vincenzo DeMarco & Gabrielle Albig Most Studious – Suzanne Hom & Brian Faller Most Talkative – Jonathan... Read More


Jazmine Fray & Bridget McNierney Lead Firebirds to CHSAA Intersectional Title

Fray and McNierney and teammates followed up their stunning Nassau-Suffolk Sectional victory of last week with an impressive team win over the member schools from as far away as Buffalo, NY. Fray won the 800 meters and McNierney won the long jump and later joined Gabby Bussereth and Keryann Ladoceur to finish second in the 4×400 relay. Other Firebird State Federation meet bound team members include Gabby Schreib in the intermediate hurdles, and Emily O’Hara, Deirdre Lewin, Nora Bennett, and Sarah Newman in the 4×800 relay. Freshman... Read More

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Members of Freshman C.R.O.S.S. Visit the Bristal for Spring Dance

Article by Maggie Ledwith, class of 2018: On Thursday, May 7, 2015, very enthusiastic members of Freshman C.R.O.S.S took a trip to the Bristal Residence for a spring dance with the members of the home. The older men and women were all dressed up and excited for the night. You could tell by the excitement in their eyes it was nice for them to receive our attentive company. For the few hours we were there, I felt like I really connected with the men and women. Whether we were dancing, singing along to the music, or just talking, smiles lit up... Read More


Science Olympiad A-Team Competes in New York State Competition

Article by Rachel Buzeta, class of 2015: On March 13 and 14, 2015, the High School Science Olympiad A-Team competed in the 30th Anniversary New York State Competition hosted by Le Moyne College in Syracuse. New York is one of the most active Science Olympiad states in the country with 398 participating teams. Of these teams, only the best of a region qualify for States. This weekend our students, ranked among the best in New York, competing against 53 of the strongest teams in the state. They participated in 23 events and 2 New York Trial events,... Read More


Bishop Chris Cardone Leads Kellenberg’s Easter Prayer Service

Article by Paige Perrone, class of 2018: On Tuesday, May 19, Kellenberg Memorial High School was visited by an honored guest during the Easter Prayer Service. Dominican Bishop Chris Cardone, O.P. of the Solomon Islands traveled 9,000 miles to KMHS to reunite with his brother, Father Tom Cardone, S.M. of Kellenberg and to explain his important mission in the Solomon Islands. The service opened up with Gregorian Consortium creating a prayerful atmosphere with their angelic voices. After all were seated, Mr. Finn commenced the service with a community... Read More


Students Asked to Support Bishop Chris Cardone, O.P. & the Catholic Schools of the Solomon Islands

Bishop Chris Cardone, O.P. with school children from the Solomon Islands (2009) Father Chaminade tells us that “We are all missionaries”. Our mission at Kellenberg Memorial extends beyond classrooms, athletic fields, and clubs. Our daily mission extends to St. Martins with our efforts of S.M.A.R.T. and National Honor Society. Our foreign mission has been with Bishop Chris Cardone, O.P. and the Dioceses of Auki. The Universal Church encourages first world nations to assist those who are in the poorer areas of the world. This month we have a tremendous... Read More


Lindsey Ehrhardt named NSCHSAA Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year

Lindsey will play lacrosse next year for Loyola University. Three-year varsity lacrosse player and senior captain, Lindsey Ehrhardt earned the honor of player of the year in the Nassau/Suffolk Catholic High School Athletic Association. This season Lindsey scored 50 goals and had 20 assists totaling 70 points and making her one of the point leaders in the league. It’s not all about points though. Besides being a leader on attack, Lindsey was relied upon in the midfield and on defense. No matter where she was on the field, she delivered time... Read More


Latin School Mock Trial Team Shines at St. John’s Law School Competition

The Latin School Mock Trial Team competed at St. John’s Law School this Saturday against St. Brigid’s at the 13th annual Middle School Competition.  In the mock trial, students recreated a true to life criminal court case, People v. O’Neal.  In the fictitious case, a student, Terry O’Neal, was charged with manslaughter after he was involved in a one car accident.  O’Neal had been speeding and using his cell phone when the accident occurred, causing his SUV to flip over. The Latin School Mock Trial Team represented... Read More

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Newsday: Jazmine Fray wins two events to propel Kellenberg girls to league title

Article by Newsday’s Jordan Lauterbach: Kellenberg’s Jazmine Fray said she was tired as she rounded the final turn of the 400 meters Saturday at the Catholic League championships at St. Anthony’s High School. But for Fray, who has oozed enthusiasm and drive for the duration of her decorated high school career, being tired wasn’t a good excuse to let an opportunity pass through her fingers. That opportunity was a league championship in her final season as a Firebird. “I trailed back in the first 200 meters,” Fray... Read More

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