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  • December 12, 2018

    At the annual Phoenix Christmas Concert on December 14, a greater audience will be able to enjoy the performance by our student musicians. Leading up to their concert, while members of the Phoenix Chorus have been rehearsing their numbers, students taking American Sign Language (A.S.L.) have been practicing signing the words to some familiar Christmas songs. The A.S.L. Program was introduced at Kellenberg Memorial High School in 2009-2010  and is a World Language option for students in their junior and senior year, depending on their academic program. Professional A.S.L. interpreters Lynn Mastromano and Laura Romer have been working with students in preparation for the

  • December 9, 2018

    By Phoenix Editor Anya Murphy '19: The Sound of Music, The Drama Club’s fall musical, premiered on Friday, November 16, and was followed by additional shows on Saturday, November 17 and Sunday, November 18. Over 3300 tickets were sold, amounting to over 1000 attendees of each performance and two entirely sold-out shows. The story of the musical follows Maria, a young Austrian girl who, though she hopes to become a nun, finds love in the most unexpected places. Junior Deidre Ambrosi captured the audience with her portrayal of Maria’s youthful joie de viviré. From her performance, it was clear that

  • December 9, 2018

    By Phoenix Editor Maya Tadross '19: On Wednesday, December 5 at 3:30 p.m., Kellenberg Memorial's Health Science Club and Psychology Club joined together in a packed biology lab to welcome speaker Joanna Formont, Licensed Mental Health Counselor. Ms. Formont has been an individual and group counselor to children and adults in crisis for almost 18 years. She currently works at SIBSPlace at South Nassau Communities Hospital in Hewlett, NY, an incredible program that serves children ages five to seventeen who have a sibling with cancer or another terminal illness. Students listened intently as Ms. Formont described her creative ways of helping

  • December 7, 2018

    On November 30, the fall varsity athletics programs gathered to honor the athletes of the fall season. Awards were given for most committed, most improved, and most valuable athletes on each team. The Most Improved Player Award 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 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

  • November 30, 2018

    More than 780 of the most musically talented high school students in the Eastern region of the United States have been selected to perform in the 2019 NAFME All-Eastern Honors Ensembles. Selected to perform in the All-Eastern Honors from Orchestra & Band are Marie Rose McCumisky '19 (violin) and Angelica Markevich '19 (English horn). With assistance from their music teachers, Mrs. Allison Burke and Mr. Sean Vegas, these exceptional students will prepare remarkably challenging music that they will perform under the leadership of prominent conductors in this biennial event. Students will spend three days rehearsing with one of five conductors