• October 27, 2017

    Last year, the Latin School History Club introduced a new monthly feature called Freedom Fridays.  One Friday per month, Mr. Miles uses the iPad's technology to FaceTime or Skype with an active member of the United States military. This experience provides a unique opportunity for students of the Latin School

  • October 23, 2017

    On Tuesday, October 17, the Brother Joseph C. Fox Latin School had its annual Spelling Bee in the Kellenberg Memorial High School auditorium. Thirty contestants from grades six, seven, and eight battled through fourteen rounds of challenging words such as psychiatrist, inhabitant, entanglement, rhinoceros, and cellophane. The students continued with

  • September 27, 2017

    Article & photos by Madison Callinan ‘18: Kellenberg Memorial is a wonderful place to grow not only for students but also for butterflies! Latin Schoolers watched the creatures transition from an egg to a caterpillar to a chrysalis to an adult butterfly in Kellenberg Memorial's science lab. Everything from the

  • August 26, 2017

    This week, students of the Bro. Joseph C. Fox Latin School are featured in Newsday's Kidsday feature (newsday.com/kidsday). Reporters featured this week will be Lance Allen, Theresa Amico, Theresa Bambrick, Emily Carroll, Isabel Connolly, Nicholas Cortese, Ella DeCamp, Christopher DeLuca, Tori Famularo, Andrew Galligan, Grace Garcia, Julia Garcia, Anabella Ginebra,

  • June 24, 2017

    Congratulations to Latin School students from the sixth and seventh grade who are featured this week in Newsday's Kidsday section. Writers include Lance Allen, Theresa Amico, Theresa Bambrick, Emily Carroll, Isabel Connolly, Nicholas Cortese, Ella DeCamp, Christopher DeLuca, Tori Famularo, Andrew Galligan, Grace Garcia, Julia Garcia, Anabella Ginebra, Hilary Heaney,

  • June 8, 2017

      On Thursday, May 25, at the Levittown Memorial Education Center in Levittown, sixth-grade finalists were chosen from twenty-nine 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

  • June 8, 2017

    On May 3, 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 comprehension.  Our top ten scorers in the eighth grade were the following students:  Caroline Lopez, Julia Lawless, Antonio Ruiz, Kevin

  • May 28, 2017

    Article by Rachel Harrington ’18: On Wednesday May 24, the Brother C. Fox eighth graders had their annual barbeque in celebration of their last year as middle schoolers. To start the day the squires—the members of the eighth grade class—attended the May Crowning Prayer Service, then changed out of their uniforms and

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