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  • September 26, 2016

    Junior Nora Bennett and sophomore Maureen Lewin both ran faster than the Kellenberg school record for the rigorous 5k cross country course at the 75th annual "EJJ Hermann Invitational" in Utica, NY. Bennett's time of 20:35 and Lewin's time of 20:52 helped the team to a third place finish in the 42 team meet with schools mostly from upstate New York and Canada. Kaitlin Stordeur had run 20:56 in 2007. Junior Julia Bryant and sophomores Brianna Lausev and Maya Richardson rounded out the varsity team's scoring. Emma Dougherty, Clare Calabro, Erin Dougherty, Maggie Cannatella, and Bridget Lapham led the JV squad to a second place finish to upstate power Niskyuna H.S. Dougherty and Lapham later served as guest altar servers for the Saturday evening Mass at St. Mary's Catholic Church of Cooperstown where the team is pictured above.

  • September 25, 2016

    On Saturday, September 24, 100 students from Kellenberg Memorial High School and the Bro. Joseph C. Fox Latin School were among the 3,000 pilgrims from the Diocese of Rockville Centre that made their way to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington D.C. Newsday reporters caught up with Kellenberg Memorial pilgrims, both students and alumni, on the basilica's steps: "For seminary student John Crozier ['11] of St. Joseph’s Seminary in Yonkers, which serves the Rockville Centre diocese, the pope’s instruction means a more deliberate way of living and being with others. "'Pope Francis’ book is called The Name of God is Mercy,' he said. . . . '[The book encourages that] I try to help people to understand what it is to be more fully human. In our daily lives we can bring a sense of mercy to every situation.'" "Freshman Kryston Whyte, 14, attends Kellenberg Memorial High School in

  • September 23, 2016

    Troop 87 started the year strong with their annual kick-off camp out. The 25 scouts left school early on Friday loading up their bus and heading up to Founder's Hollow, the Marianist's retreat house near Accord, New York. Upon arrival they began to unload, setup, and cook dinner under the leadership of their newly appointed SPL and ASPL, Liam Schmith and Connor Parrish. Saturday was packed full of fun activities such as a hike to Lake Minnewaska, capture the flag, and a campfire come nighttime. To end their day the scouts prepared delicious fajitas for dinner with deep fried Oreos for dessert and hung out around the campfire, singing songs and telling stories. On Sunday morning, the boys diligently loaded their supplies onto the bus and were able to get home in record time.

  • September 19, 2016

    Over 200 members of the Kellenberg Memorial family took part in the school’s Alumni Spirit Day, an annual, fun-filled event for the whole family which precedes the Homecoming Football game, on Sunday, September 18th, 2016. The day began with a Family Mass concelebrated by Fr. Albert Bertoni, S.M. and Fr. Philip Eichner, S.M. The Gregorian Consortium, Kellenberg Memorial’s liturgical music group, led the Mass in song and members of the Varsity Football team were present to bestow wooden crosses upon all the children in attendance. After Mass, families went out to the field where all of the future Firebirds enjoyed a fun day of games, arts and crafts, face painting, balloon animals, inflatable water slides, obstacle courses, bounce houses, and visits with the animals in the Kellenberg Zoo.  A barbeque lunch was served in the Queen of the Apostle Courtyard. Tina (Manzo) Caliendo ‘92 reflected on the day, saying, "My

  • September 19, 2016

    On Saturday, September 17, three Kellenberg Academic Quiz Bowl teams traveled to Smithtown High School West to compete in the first tournament of the year. All teams fought valiantly throughout the day, but in the end it was the A Team, consisting of senior Calvin Bernic, juniors Evan Katsounis and Aidan Dowd, and freshman Aidan York, that finished 2nd in the tournament with a record of 10 wins and 3 losses. In addition, Evan Katsounis earned the distinction of being the 3rd highest scorer of the tournament. As a result, Kellenberg has qualified for the National Championships in May. Great job to everyone on all three teams!



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