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  • April 10, 2019

    Article By Sara Spathis '25, Charlotte Overs '25, Erica Revill '25, and Jasmine Taveras '25: We went to a movie premiere! We saw “Missing Link” and we also were able to stand on the red carpet and not only meet but ask questions of many of the stars of the film. The red carpet experience is loud, with lots of bright lights and media. We were all a little scared but also so excited. We met a lot of the stars from the film, from Carter Burwell, who composed the musical score, to the producers and then many of the

  • April 8, 2019

    On Wednesday, April 3, 2019, the Kellenberg Health Sciences and Psychology Clubs embarked on a journey across Hempstead Turnpike to visit Hofstra University’s Public and Mental Health Awareness event. The event kicked off with Kellenberg students viewing nine PSA commercials, created by current Hofstra students, which addressed various mental, physical and societal health concerns. Kellenberg students were able to vote on their favorites- it proved to be both entertaining and informative. Following the film competition, the high school students went to a fair where vendors from dozens of professional health organizations handed out information, answered questions and introduced students to

  • April 7, 2019

    Article by Newsday's Jordan Lauterbach: There will be no spring season senior slump for Maureen Lewin. Nope, she’s here to leave her mark on the Kellenberg track program, and she isn’t wasting anytime wading herself into winning waters. Lewin won twice at the 51st Nassau Coaches Invitational Saturday at Cold Spring Harbor High School. Lewin won the 1,500 meters in four minutes, 52.50 seconds, the 800 in 2:17.74, and was voted athlete of the meet. “I did pretty well at [indoor states], which I was happy about,” Lewin said. “I didn’t run great at [indoor] nationals. That just made me

  • March 29, 2019

    When Jason Diaz began his freshman year at Kellenberg, he was a mystery man. By the end of his sophomore year, he’d become the phenom that pitched the Firebirds to a second straight CHSAA championship. He begins his senior season this week as Long Island’s most recognizable pitcher and a guy facing a decision every ballplayer would want come June.

    Diaz will have to decide if he wants to join a major league organization or play for the hallowed University of Miami Hurricanes.

    “I don’t see [that decision] as a dollars game,” Diaz said. “I’m going to think whatever they give me is what I deserve. And I am going to have the opportunity of Miami. I’m blessed.”

  • March 28, 2019

    Congratulations to our talented and competing students in the Latin School. They participated in the annual Catholic Daughters of the Americas contest sponsored by the Bishop Kellenberg Court located in North Merrick, NY. The entries of our five winning students exemplified the themes of “Here I Am Lord I Come To Do Your Will” or “Doing My Best To Do Good.” The contestants demonstrated their skills, imagination, and creativity in their selected essays, poetry, art, computer art, music, and photography samples. Awarded were the following sixth and tenth-grade students: ESSAY – Connor Griffin (6); ART – Virginia Bruder (6); PHOTOGRAPHY

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