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  • February 26, 2017

    During the months of January and February, Kellenberg’s Junior Varsity Dance team took the time to give back to their community. Their mission this year for the Service Over Self (S.O.S) project was to volunteer with one of Nassau County’s hunger assistance organization, Long Island Cares. Long Island Cares is more than just a food bank. This organization collects school supplies, pet food, pet supplies, disaster relief resources, personal care items, and baby products. As noted on their website, Long Island Cares strives not only to meet the immediate need for emergency food relief on Long Island, but also eliminate the

  • February 13, 2017

    On Saturday, February 11, Kellenberg Memorial High School's liturgical choir, the Gregorian Consortium, provided the music for the 5:00 PM Liturgy at Holy Spirit Parish in New Hyde Park. This year, the Gregorian Consortium wanted to begin a new tradition, whereas they would give back to the community, by playing music for one parish a year in the Diocese of Rockville Centre. Moderator Mr. Alex Basile reminded the students, "Kellenberg may be our home away from home, but on the weekend, parish life is just as important to the Church." Holy Spirit Parish itself is one of the older parishes

  • February 12, 2017

    By Newsday's Kieran Lynch: For Kellenberg’s Nora Bennett, every race is about the process. On Saturday at the CHSAA Intersectional championships at Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex in Staten Island, that path led to a comeback victory in the 1,000 meters in 3:06.63 to claim a title. The win was built on the foundation of past experiences. “I would get super nervous, but now I feel like I’m able to sort of channel my nerves and stay relaxed until that right moment when you just have to go,” Bennett said. Read full article here: http://www.newsday.com/sports/high-school/track/kellenberg-s-nora-bennett-takes-the-title-in-1-000-meters-1.13109461 Kellenberg Boys & Girls Indoor

  • February 9, 2017

    On Monday, February 6, Maya Richardson ’18 and Manny Abreu ’18 received the Dave Daly Memorial Award, which is awarded annually to two track athletes who exemplify Coach Daly’s many impressive qualities. Dave Daly was a dedicated coach throughout his life, who for many years shared his talent with track athletes at Kellenberg Memorial. Students who were nominated to apply for the award submitted essays detailing how track has impacted their lives socially, physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. Coach Robert York ’01, Head of Kellenberg Memorial’s Boys Track program, was thrilled that Manny was selected for the award, saying,

  • February 8, 2017

    By Madison Keller '18: For the past 27 years, Kellenberg Memorial students have been participating in Junior/Senior Prom at Queen of Peace Residence run by the Little Sisters of the Poor. The students started the night by picking up their dates at their rooms and then heading down to the auditorium where they had a picture taken, exchanged corsages, and took a seat to get ready for the wonderful night of music and dance. Throughout the night the students engaged in conversation and danced to the music provided by the Irish Mist. The students talked to their dates about their

  • February 8, 2017

    On Thursday, February 2, the Senior Sodalities of Mr. and Mrs. Dugal, Mrs. Gaspe, and Mrs. Page joined together to celebrate four years of friendship and fellowship in Sodality. Students enjoyed dinner, prayer, and fun as they reflected on their four years together. Mr. Dugal offered a beautiful blessing and reflection for the seniors for their commitment to God and service to the school community here at Kellenberg Memorial. Mrs. Dugal presented each student with St. Benedict bracelets blessed by Fr. Philip as a reminder that God is always present in their lives. The evening concluded with a challenging game

  • February 8, 2017

    Kellenberg's premier STEM Club, Science Olympiad, took home a second-place team victory on Staurday, February 4, 2017, at the Nassau West Regional Science Olympiad Competition. Three teams represented Kellenberg in the day-long competition. Students competed in 25 different events from anatomy, game design, dynamic planet, tower building, and more exposed these students to challenging science and math for a culmination of 17 medals. Bro. Nigel Pratt, S.M., the head coach of the Science Olympiad, takes great pride in his team extending their streak to 21 years of continuous qualification for the New York State Science Olympiad Competition.

  • February 8, 2017

    By Brianna Hartmann '18: On Thursday, January 26, 2017, 50 Kellenberg juniors, in company with Brother Michael Gillen, S.M., Mr. and Mrs. Harnisch, and Father Thomas Cardone, S.M., embarked on an incredible journey.  This journey required a very strong faith from all members, because it included participation in the March for Life. The March for Life is an annual event where people from all over America come together in Washington D.C. to protest against the injustices of abortion and other practices that neglect the blessing of life. This March was however very different from those before. For the first time

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Our Town
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