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  • May 18, 2019

    Kellenberg’s Maureen Lewin figured she wasn’t going to break any records Saturday morning, but that didn’t matter much to her. It’s championship season and championship season is less about records and more about endurance. Toward the end of a long outdoor season, and an even longer school year, the top athletes are often asked to perform well in multiple events.

    Lewin is certainly one of those top athletes and she proved it by winning two events at the CHSAA League Championships at St. Anthony’s High School. The senior won the 1,500 meters in four minutes, 45.16 seconds and the 800 in 2:16.40.

  • May 18, 2019

    Kellenberg's student newspaper The Phoenix was honored with the 2018 American Scholastic Press Association First Place Award for excellence in high school journalism.  The award recognizes excellence in content coverage, design, graphics, editing, and creativity.  Of a total 1000 points in the ASPA assessment, The Phoenix earned 910 points, indicating excellence in all of the categories.  This is the second time in three years The Phoenix has received this award. 

  • May 17, 2019

    On Thursday, May 16, the Junior class participated in the annual Junior Blood Drive through New York Blood Center. For most of them, this was the first time they've been able to participate in giving the gift of life through a blood donation. Their donation also comes during a critical blood shortage in New York State. In total, 199 units were collected from students and faculty who participated. Of those donations, 38 were made on the ALYX machine, which doubles the impact of a blood donation by collecting twice the red blood cells. The donations collected at this blood drive

  • May 17, 2019

    Congratulations to the twelve Kellenberg Memorial students who were awarded in the Diocese of Rockville Centre's annual Respect Life Contest. This year, Kellenberg Memorial students received over $3000 in scholarships awarded by the diocesan Respect Life office. Winners representing Kellenberg Memorial High School include Christelle Pascal '19 (First place; Music, Level II), Olivia Carmody ’23 (First place; Poetry, Level I), Meaghan Barrett '20 and Megan Connaughton '20 (Second place; Mural Group, Level II), Carmencita Bonilla '20 (Second place; Poetry, Level II), James Dionisio '20 (Second place; Video, Level II), Sean O'Hara '20 (Third place; Bookmark, Level II), Brandon Zaffiris '20 (Third

  • May 16, 2019

    On Thursday, May 9, the Varsity Softball Team held their annual Benefit Game at Bob Klein Field under the lights at RVC Sports Complex against the North Babylon Bulldogs. Before the game, members of both teams and the League of Yes, took part in an exhibition game and home run derby. During the benefit, the Junior Varsity Softball Team showed their support by selling 50/50 raffles, car magnets, and wristbands with all proceeds going to support the League of Yes. By the end of the night, the Softball program was able to donate $3,200 to help support the League of

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