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  • November 11, 2018

    By Phoenix Editor Anya Murphy '19: On Thursday November 8, 144 seniors and faculty gave the gift of life at the first blood drive of the school year. Despite a slow start with only 83 sign-ups on Tuesday morning, the seniors rallied and by the end of the day on Wednesday, over 180 people had volunteered to give at the drive. Total, 144 donors gave enough blood to help to save approximately 432 lives. “This was my first time giving blood,” remarked senior Francesca Morales, “and as an EMT in training and an aspiring doctor I was excited to

  • November 9, 2018

    In addition to her daily Honors Physics Seminar course, Senior Lab Assistant Kaitlin Long ’19 has been working with freshmen Earth Science classes during their lab periods. Kaitlin’s time in the lab doesn’t end at Kellenberg Memorial. In the spring of 2018, Kaitlin was accepted into the Partners for the Future program at the Sheltzer Lab in Cold Spring Harbor, NY.

  • November 9, 2018

    On November 8, Kellenberg Memorial celebrated National STEM Day in the classroom throughout the day. Here are some of the activities that took place that day. In Miss Ronan's Honors Algebra II & Trigonometry classes,  juniors worked on "Pi in the Sky" problems from NASA. In Mrs. Acardi's and Mr. Casalinuovo's Trigonometry classes, students studied the trigonometry behind the ride Expedition Everest preparing for their Senior Trip in the spring. In Bro. Gary's calculus classes, students watched a TED Talk on The Simple Genius of a Good Graphic.  In Mrs. Riker's sixth-grade Math classes, students worked together to build the longest chain they

  • November 8, 2018

    The Business & Finance Club traveled to Molloy College yesterday for their second lecture for their Bloomberg Certification. This lecture, given by Dr. Robert Goch, reviewed how information found on the Bloomberg Terminals can be used to analyze companies, equities, and bonds. The students also began the process of logging into the Bloomberg terminals in preparation for their first training modules in December.

  • November 5, 2018

    Article by Rachel Siegel '20: On Monday, October 29, the Cradle of Aviation hosted its annual STEM career expo for high school students looking to learn more about the world of STEM and its viable career options beyond college. Two dozen Kellenberg students took a brief bus ride over to the museum, where they were first presented with a short talk by Jim Brundige, the current director of East Hampton Airport. From there on, the students had the opportunity to visit stations scattered throughout the museum’s floor exhibits. Students not only had the ability to meet and talk with companies