Clicking on a teacher's name will take you to their website and contact information. Clicking on the Twitter logo () will take you to that teacher’s Twitter feed. Italicized name indicates department chairperson. Computer Education Frank, Mr. Kenneth Estrella, Mr. Juan Kennedy, Mr. Thomas Moncada, Mr. Joseph Plevritis, Mr. Peter Fine Arts Blanton, Mr. Clark Panasci, Miss Mary Collins, Mr. Emmett Driscoll, Bro. Timothy Narell, Mr. Brendan Rodney, Mrs. Christine Taffet, Mr. Robert Tochelli, Mrs. Anna Vegas, Mr. Sean Zider, Mrs. Sheila Physical Education and Health Ceasar, Mrs. Jeanne Alfalla, Mr. Christopher Finn, Mrs. Elizabeth Graham, Mr. Dennis Hart-Simonelli, Mrs. Jeanne Hellemeyer, Mrs. Stephanie Lyons, Mr. Christopher Meisse, Mr. Eric Sluka, Mrs. Suzanne English Doran, Mr. Keith Agulles, Mrs. Christine Beyrouty, Mr. Joseph Brown, Mr.
The Most Improved Player Award This is awarded to the athlete who displayed the greatest amount of improvement and growth in their skills which contributed to the success of their team. The Bernie Ward Commitment Award This award is named after our beloved former faculty member, coach and colleague Bernie Ward is for the athlete who has displayed the most passion and commitment towards bettering themselves and their teammates during the season. The Most Valuable Player Award This is awarded to the athlete whose contribution to the team contributed most towards that team’s success during the season. Girls Golf Most Improved: Emmah Federman Emmah Federman has steadily improved her golf game throughout the season. She has dropped three shots this year from her average score
The Most Improved Player Award This is awarded to the athlete who displayed the greatest amount of improvement and growth in their skills which contributed to the success of their team. The Bernie Ward Commitment Award This award is named after our beloved former faculty member, coach and colleague Bernie Ward is for the athlete who has displayed the most passion and commitment towards bettering themselves and their teammates during the season. The Most Valuable Player Award This is awarded to the athlete whose contribution to the team contributed most towards that team’s success during the season. Junior Varsity Softball Most Improved: Lindsey Raimondi Lindsey Raimondi proved to the entire coaching staff this season that she was determined to be the best player she could
On Thursday, May 18 the Junior class Blood Drive was held. The Juniors collected 141 traditional pints of blood and 60 ALYX units for a total of 201 units collected from students and teachers. Together with the blood that was collected in March from the Senior class, Kellenberg students and faculty donated 383 pints of blood which impacted the lives of more than 1,000 people. We should be very proud of our students by making themselves a little uncomfortable to help save the life of another.
From LI Catholic Staff: Bishop John Barres toured Kellenberg Memorial High School in Uniondale on Monday, May 15, spending time talking and praying with the students and faculty there. The bishop celebrated Mass in the school auditorium for about half the student body, while the rest attended Mass in the gym celebrated by Marianist Father Phillip Eichner, president of the school. After Mass, Bishop Barres went to the gym and spoke with the students there, who included the sixth, seventh and eighth graders of the Brother Joseph C. Fox Latin School. The bishop also spent time talking with the sophomore and junior members of the PREP program, who teach faith formation in local parishes. http://licatholic.org/kellenberg-welcomes-bishop-barres/
The Kellenberg Memorial community celebrated a successful 2nd Annual Day of Giving on Thursday, March 30, 2017. The day, which was dedicated to honoring the 30th Anniversary of the founding of the school, featured live broadcasts throughout the day which were produced and directed by student members of ETV. The live shows highlighted the topics of Giving Back, Prayer Life, Alumni Programs, STEM, Faith/Vocations, Athletics, and “Future Firebirds” ranging in age from under one year up to nine years old. The shows featured students, as well as current and past faculty members. Alumni seminarians John Crozier '11, Rev. Mr. Mike Plona '07, Kieran Maelia '13, and Paul Clores '11 supported the day by returning to campus (with Matt Browne ’11 joining the conversation via Skype
Tuesday March 28, 2017 Kellenberg's Troop 87 presented two scouts at their Eagle Scout Boards of Review. Liam Schmitt completed his Eagle Scout project this past summer by leading his the troop to build a 60 foot long 4 foot high retaining wall along the field at St. Martin de Porres M.S. In the fall Greg MacGown lead the troop in building six 6ft long by 2ft. wide portable planter boxes for the playground at St. Martin de Porres M.S. Their combined efforts have enhanced the atmosphere for the students and faculty at St. Martin's. Each scout was reviewed by the board and found to meet all the requirements for the rank of Eagle Scout. Troop 87 is very proud of their accomplishments and there
On Sunday, March 12th, over 300 Firebird alumni and their parents, grandparents, and children returned to campus for the 1st Annual Alumni Communion Breakfast. This wonderful event was co-chaired by Dr. James McBrien ’89 and Mrs. Ann-Marie (Batule) Woodruff ’93. The day began with a Mass which was concelebrated by Father Albert Bertoni, S.M. and Father Philip Eichner, S.M., while the Gospel was proclaimed by Deacon Michael Plona ’07. Following Mass, attendees enjoyed a full breakfast in the cafeteria and listened to an address by Father Philip, who is celebrating his 50th Anniversary of school administration. Father Philip reflected on his 60 years in the classroom, saying, “Our Gospel today talked about being on top of the mountain with Jesus, and I feel that
A special program for Juniors!“Taking the next step toward a future in the world of science” What is Kellenberg’s Chemistry Seminar all about?Many Juniors at Kellenberg Memorial High School find that their chemistry class has opened their minds to new areas of science and also sparked an interest in pursuing chemistry further.In response to the interest expressed by many students, the faculty at Kellenberg has designed the Chemistry Summer Seminar’s curriculum to align with the content of the Chemistry SAT II. In order to help Juniors maximize success on this particular subject test, students will complete SAT II Chemistry review questions and practice tests. Students will utilize their iPads to access this review material.In addition to further preparing students for college chemistry courses, the seminar also