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  • November 22, 2017

    The Marianist Community, Administration, Faculty, and Staff would like to congratulate the following student-athletes for their hard work, effort, commitment and success in the classroom, on the athletic fields and in celebrating their faith as valued members of the Kellenberg Memorial Family. Today they take the next step in their educational growth as they commit to the college they wish to attend and agree to participate in collegiate athletics at the highest level. Alexandra Bigilin Mercy College - Womens Lacrosse Additional Kellenberg Activities: National Honor Society, Catholic League, Sodality, S.M.A.R.T., Freshman and Sophomore GSO, Hiking Club, JV and Varsity Soccer,

  • November 22, 2017

    Freshman Cheerleading Emma D'Amelia Most Improved Emma D'Amelia has grown tremendously since she first put on her Kellenberg cheerleading uniform in September. A gymnast turned cheerleader, Emma has spent her time perfecting her already-existing skills and striving to acquire new ones. She has pushed herself throughout the season to improve her jumps, tumbling, and stunting skills. For someone who has never stunted before, Emma has proven to be one of our most reliable flyers. We look forward to watching Emma continue to progress in the future and are so proud of how much she's learned this season. This seasons Most

  • November 22, 2017

    Article by Madison Callinan '18: “Let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth.” 1 John 3:18 This year over 4,500 items were donated by the sixth, seventh, and eighth graders and their families during the annual Latin School Thanksgiving Food Drive. Most homerooms brought in over one hundred items, including canned vegetables, soup, pasta sauce, and other non-perishables. Homerooms 6D, 312 items, and 6B, 519 items, put the pressure on their older competitors. Although 8E and 8A put forth a fantastic effort with 326 and 848 items respectively, 7F stole the show, amassing a

  • November 20, 2017

    Article by Jacklyn DeCady ‘19: The twenty-eight Juniors selected for this year’s Junior SALT retreat ventured to Founders Hollow on Sunday, November 12, 2017, but first, they visited the National Shrine of Divine Mercy in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Although it was cold outside, the juniors enjoyed attending Mass outside. The celebrant of the Mass was Fr. Philip Eichner, S.M. Afterwards, the juniors prayed the Stations of the Cross while walking around the shrine’s beautiful campus. The theme of the SALT retreat was “leadership.” The students examined different aspects of leadership and what it means to be a leader. Bro. Kenneth Hoagland,

  • November 20, 2017

    The Lady Firebird Cross Country team finished their stellar season not only qualifying for the New York State Championship, but finishing as Long Island’s top performing team. The NSCHSGAA champions and CHSAA third-place finishing team ran to Kellenberg Girl’s all-time five man and seven average at the Bowdoin Park Annual State Meet site. The seven girls competing all ran to personal bests. The team was led by Maureen Lewin’s 19:58, a thirty-second improvement from last year’s good race. Brianna Lausev ran a minute faster than 2016’s Championship Race, running 20:10. Nora Bennett 20:48, and Maya Richardson 20:58, also broke 21:00