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  • February 14, 2019

    Varsity Football Coach Kevin Hanifan was named New York State Coach of the Year by the NYS HS Football Coaches Association at their annual convention in Syracuse this past weekend.  Former player and longtime Assistant Coach Jim McDermott was on hand to congratulate Coach Hanifan. Coach Hanifan led the Firebirds to school history in 2017 and 2018 with back-to-back perfect seasons, winning the CHSAA AA Championship each year.

  • February 12, 2019

    On Saturday, February 2, the Kellenberg Science Olympiad team competed in the annual Nassau West Regional competition. After competing against teams from all throughout Nassau, Kellenberg ‘A’ took third out of 39 teams, with the ‘B’ and ‘C’ teams placing 14th and 25th. Aidan York ’20 led the team in medals, earning an outstanding six, followed by Paul Bartolemea, who earned five. Three medals were won by Monika Sweeney, Chelsea Faith-Florita, Natalie Jean-Michel, Tyler Martinus, Caitlin Noonan, and Meaghan O’Keefe. Two medals were won by Fran Morales, Caitlyn Barnwell, Andrew Erickson, Colin Donnelly, Julia Zacharski, and Olivia Tymon. Breana Stones,

  • February 8, 2019

    Article by Newsday's Peter Kersich: Kellenberg’s Daisha Howard usually doesn’t have a tough time knocking down pins, but when she got off to a shaky start in Thursday’s CHSAA girls bowling final, she didn’t hesitate to seek advice. “In the beginning of the first game I was struggling, and I asked my teammates for help,” Howard said. “They told me where I should stand, I trusted them, and they helped me get back on track.” Howard closed out Game 1 with three strikes in the 10th frame and rolled a 170. She went on to throw a 196 in

  • February 5, 2019

    On Tuesday, February 5th, the Business and Finance Club and the Psychology Club joined together for an interdisciplinary presentation on Super Bowl commercials. The two clubs have been working separately since returning from Christmas break, researching the business aspect of the commercials and the psychological aspect of the commercials. The presentation was the culmination of their research. The Business and Finance Club went first, being presented by Karolina Chroscielewski ‘19, Robert Nolan ‘21, and Charlie Mandracchia ‘20. The key points presented were the effect the Super Bowl commercials have on consumers, and on companies, the question of whether to advertise

  • February 4, 2019

    By Phoenix reporter Isy Odiaka '19: On Friday, February 1, 2019, Kellenberg alumna Katie Van Loan '01, MA, MT-BC, LCAT came to Kellenberg to speak about music therapy to the members of the Phoenix Chorus and Band. Ms. Van Loan, whose job requires her to perform various musical exercises with patients to assist in assessing emotions, discussed the diverse elements of music therapy: clients, therapists, interventions, evaluations, and assessments. These exercises can range from having patients create lyrics and sing to express their emotions or calm them, playing instruments to help premature babies develop certain feeding patterns and many more