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Kellenberg Features


Kellenberg Celebrates Language Week

Article by Madison Callinan ’18: Kellenberg Memorial celebrated their annual Language Week January 26-28, 2016. A different language was highlighted each day in an effort to bring about cultural awareness, interest, and exposure to diverse activities and song. The spirit and enthusiasm of each club encouraged other students to learn and use new words and expressions. “It was nice to hear different languages in the halls,” remarked junior Alice Tartaro. On Tuesday, January 26, the sounds of, “¡Buenos Dias!” echoed off the lobby walls... Read More


Juniors Participate in Pro-Life Retreat in Washington D.C.

Reflection by Maggie Crowley ’17: On January 21, Kellenberg students took a trip to Washington D.C. with the intent of marching in the March for Life to support Pro-Life. Even though we could not march because of the snow, we still had a wonderful experience and kept pro-life in our prayers and thoughts the entire trip. We had a beautiful Mass at Catholic University’s Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. We also had the experience of visiting the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the different monuments... Read More

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Junior Retreat Staff Members Are Trained to Lead Retreats at Kellenberg

Article by Garry Tellus, ’17: On January 10, 2016, the Junior Retreat Staff for the Freshman retreats went to Founders Hollow to learn how to run the upcoming retreats. The previous week, the Junior Retreat Staff for the Latin School and St. Martin de Porres’s retreats made a similar retreat. While there are many parts of the retreat to help each member of the staff to grow in so many ways, to me, there are six major parts I’d like to share. The purpose of the retreat was, first of all, to bond with each other, to make new friends,... Read More

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Kellenberg Memorial Celebrates the feast of Father Chaminade with the Music of Tim Timmons

Photo credit: Harrison Keller ’18 Article and Interview by Madison Callinan ’18: Hailing all the way from California, Tim Timmons and his band performed their original religious anthems to inspire the students at Kellenberg Memorial on Friday, January 21, 2016. The musicians performed numerous catchy and upbeat songs of praise and self-discovery to the two assemblies that ranged from eighth graders to seniors. The sets featured popular tracks such as “Starts With Me,” “Christ in Me,” and “Great Reward”... Read More

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Kellenberg’s 2016 Winter Spirit Rally

Article by Marissa Cubillos ‘17: On Friday, January 15, the junior and senior divisions of Kellenberg gathered together in the gymnasium to express their pride and spirit in their winter athletes. The afternoon started off with the varsity winter athletes making an entrance into the gymnasium with their signs of what sports they participated in, with their teams following behind them. The sports that the pep rally was celebrating were boys varsity basketball, girls varsity basketball, girls varsity track and field, boys varsity track and field,... Read More


Newsday: Kyle DeVerna, Steve Torre power Kellenberg past Long Beach

Article by Newsday’s Bob Herzog: They complement each other and others compliment them. Kellenberg senior guards Kyle DeVerna and Steve Torre are friends off the court, which translates into quite a comfort zone on it. “They both are the engines that make us go and make everyone else better,” Firebirds coach Jack McCutcheon said Monday after Kellenberg defeated Long Beach, 71-62, in the first game of the George Emma Classic played at Freeport. DeVerna scored 20 of his 30 points in the first half and Torre scored 14 of his 19 in the second... Read More

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Girls Varsity Winter Track Team Records Fastest Time of the Season

Attempting to defend their 2015 Millrose Games Sprint Medley Relay championship title, the Kellenberg all-senior relay team–a whole new team from last year–qualified with a close second place finish at Wednesday night’s Millrose Trials. Needing a top six finish, the team ran to their fastest time of the season in finishing second. The team feels confident about winning the title at the Millrose Games on February 20 at The New Balance Armory Track and Field Center. Standing at trackside is the relay of Anika Samuels, Sarah Newman, Deirdre... Read More

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Kellenberg Cheerleading Alumnae Recently Honored

Article by Amy Kupplemeyer ’19 and Meredith Kass ’19: On Friday January 8, 2016, Kellenberg Cheerleading Alumnae from the classes of ’90,’ 93, ’94,’98 ’99, ’00, ’05, ’06 ’07, ’08, ’09, ’10, ’11, ’12, ’14 and ’15 came together in the Kellenberg gym for the Boys Varsity Basketball game. At half time, a special recognition was made and each cheerleader was called onto the court. They were recognized for their time, dedication, hard work, and... Read More


Sodalities Extend Generosity to Child in Need

Article by Lourdes Rohan ’18: This Advent, two Kellenberg sodality groups came together to bring Christmas hope to a family in need. Mrs. Zider and Mrs. Acardi had been trying to find a service project for their sodality when it was suggested by a member of the sodality that a family from the student’s local parish be the focus of their prayers and Christmas giving. This Advent, two Kellenberg sodality groups came together to bring Christmas hope to a family in need. Mrs. Zider and Mrs. Acardi had been trying to find a service project... Read More

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Steven Torre First to 1000 Points in Kellenberg History

  From Newsday.com: Kellenberg senior guard Steve Torre scored on a reverse layup in the third quarter to become the first player in the 28-year history of the school to score 1,000 points, according to Firebirds coach Jack McCutcheon. “If it wasn’t for my teammates, I wouldn’t be able to accomplish what I did,” Torre said after scoring 19 points in a 78-45 victory over St. Mary’s in Manhasset. “I have a connection with my teammates who motivate me and push me every day.” Torre, a versatile 6-2 guard who is a three-year starter,... Read More

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