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Kellenberg Features


Bishop Chris Cardone O.P. Appointed Archbishop of Honiara in the Solomon Islands

It’s with great joy that we announce His Holiness Pope Francis has appointed Most Reverend Christopher Cardone, O.P., as Metropolitan Archbishop of Honiara in the Solomon Islands. Honiara, located on the island of Guadalcanal, is the capital of the Solomon Islands. The Archbishop of Honiara is the major prelate for the entire country. The Kellenberg Memorial Family has supported Bishop Chris in his missionary efforts for many years. Our contributions have been primarily in the area of education. This spring we raised funds to purchase engines... Read More

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Class of 2016 Graduation Awards

Kellenberg Memorial High School General Excellence Award Outstanding Young Man & Young Lady James Matthew Hilepo & Christel Remy Ongjoco Kuck Kellenberg Memorial High School Brother Richard J. Hughes, S.M. Valedictorian Award Daniel Austin Ruescher Kellenberg Memorial High School Father Francis T. Keenan, S.M. Salutatorian Award Tara Elizabeth Noble Academic Excellence Award Awarded to the Young Man & Young Lady with the Highest Cumulative Averages From Grades 9 – 12 Michael Ethan Sieger & Bridget Smith Simons Edward... Read More


National Language Arts Olympiad Exam 2016

On May 9, the entire Latin School seventh and eighth grade student body took the nation-wide Language Arts Olympiad Examination to evaluate their acquired skills in spelling, vocabulary, grammar, and reading and to achieve a perfect total score of 500 points.  Our top ten scorers in the eighth grade were the following students:  Ceili Donnelly, Conner Garzone, Liam Brown, Nicholas MacNeil, Paul Bartolemea, Aidan York, Derek Lekhwani, Peter Townley, Brooke Newby, and Zachary Simpson totaling a score of 487.  Our top ten scorers in the seventh... Read More


Maeve Doherty wins Senator Kemp Hannon’s “There Ought To Be A Law” Contest

On Thursday, May 26, at the Levittown Hall in Hicksville, sixth grade finalists were chosen from twenty-six 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. Maeve Doherty was the winning sixth grade contestant representing the Brother Joseph C. Fox Latin School. Her law stated that children should be required to get flu shots to prevent themselves and other children in school... Read More

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Kellenberg Students Save Lives With Annual Blood Drives

On May 25th Kellenberg Memorial held its annual blood drive for the junior class. KMHS brought in 216 units of blood. Thirty nine students and faculty donated on the ALYX machine which gives double the donation so that makes up 78 units of the blood donated. A total of 177 people donated whole blood. Currently, there is a blood emergency because going the blood centers are short thousands of units of blood. With our blood drive being late in the school year they become very reliant on all of the blood that our students and faculty donate.... Read More

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Class of 2017 Celebrates Junior Spirit Day

Article by Maggie Matassa (’17): On Monday, May 23, the class of 2017 held its Junior Spirit Day at Coleman Country Day Camp in Merrick. At 8:30 in the morning, 470 juniors packed themselves onto buses, and we began our day of fun. We arrived and entered the main hall, where camp director Big Bob introduced himself, the counselors and explained to us how the day would go. From there, each homeroom visited a different activity. All morning, we spent about an hour each participating in activities like basketball, volley ball, soccer, kickball,... Read More

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