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  • July 11, 2019

    Eucharist– The Table of Plenty Article by Juliana Smith '21 On June 30, 75 rising juniors and I arrived at Kellenberg to experience four days filled with fun, friendship, and growing in our faith. Sunday night upon arrival, we gathered together for Mass. Receiving the Eucharist together gave us a good foundation for the duration of camp. When arriving at the Bruderhof, we immediately felt a welcoming sense of community. Some students pulled weeds while others prepared lunch. Before we ate together in the dining hall, they sang a song of thanksgiving, that displayed the great faith they had. At

  • July 4, 2019

    Seven members of the class of 2019 will go on to serve our country following graduation in one of the branches of the united military, military academies, or national guard. United States Merchant Marine Academy: Dominque Basso Samantha Bendig United States Naval Academy: Christiana Forster Michael Jensen United States Marine Corps: Ryan Schecht United States Navy: Timothy Lemaine United States National Guard: Gregory Walter

  • June 8, 2019

    In June of 2019, three seniors were awarded the Joe Ferriso Memorial Scholarship, given to graduating seniors of Kellenberg Memorial High School. Shannon Shea, Rachel Nemeth, and Stephen McAllister each received their award, presented by the family of Joe Ferriso '13 who passed away after an auto accident in 2015. A scholarship in his name was established to award graduates of Kellenberg Memorial High School, his alma mater, and of Copiague High School, his hometown.

  • June 7, 2019

    For the third year in a row, sophomores in Mrs. von Schoenermarck’s American literature classes were part of an independent reading experiment, one that encouraged them to complete books which extended beyond the school curriculum. From September to June, students immersed themselves into a vast assortment of literary worlds, including such genres as biography, science fiction, mystery, romance, fantasy, and historical fiction. Using Peggy Kittle’s model from Book Love, all participants embarked on a reading journey that incorporated 10 minutes of in-class reading every Monday and Wednesday and 10 minutes at home on the other nights in an attempt to

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