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  • October 18, 2018

    On Tuesday, select students from Kellenberg’s STEM cluster traveled to The Cradle of Aviation Museum to sit in on an inspirational talk given by NASA Engineer, Scarlin Hernandez. Ms. Hernandez delivered a message of positivity in motivating our students to chase after their dreams no matter what the odds. After living a life of constant disappointment and hardships as a minority female, at the age of 20, Hernandez was offered a full-time job at NASA and is l currently working on the James Webb Space Telescope mission which will one day soon be able to explore beyond our planets.

  • October 14, 2018

    By Newsday's Roger Rubin: When this season’s CHSFL schedule was revealed, the players from Chaminade and Kellenberg all circled October 14. The meeting meant nothing to either’s title hopes — because they play in different classes — but it meant everything for area bragging rights. “This is the chance to beat the kid who lives two doors down from you and nothing’s better than that,” Kellenberg quarterback Matt Sluka explained. Added running back Jordan Delucia: “[They are] our friends and neighbors — it’s a game we’re going to talk about all our lives.” Sluka, Delucia and the rest of

  • October 2, 2018

    One of the highlights of this past week at Kellenberg Memorial took place on Tuesday, September 25th as we celebrated the academic excellence of our student body during the Academic Awards Assembly.   Students received pins for their first, second or third year on the Honor Roll as well as for perfect attendance for the 2017 - 2018 school year. New members of the junior and senior divisions were inducted into the National Honor Society and the officers for the current year were announced. Voted on by the current members of the National Honor Society, they are President William Hom '19,

  • September 20, 2018

    On September 17, Kellenberg Memorial High School student-scientists traveled to the Cold Spring Harbor DNA Learning Center West. Over the course of the four-hour program, students took part in a hands-on experience where they were able to learn molecular biology techniques in order to isolate DNA and replicate DNA. The trip also included a tour of the Northwell Health Core Laboratory where thousands of medical tests are performed each day. Two more trips to the DNA Learning Center are planned for later in the year.