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East Meadow High School

101 Carman Avenue
East Meadow, NY 11554


Principal: Mr. Richard Howard

Assistant Principal: Mr. Scott Woerner

Assistant Principal: Mrs. Christina Egan

Assistant Principal: Ms. Joni Rochford

Dean of Students: Mr. William Brennan

 

Directions to East Meadow High School
Meadowbrook Pkwy to Hempstead Turnpike East or Wantagh Pkwy to Hempstead Turnpike West to Carman Ave. North. Enter parking lot 1/4 mile on left.

 

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Four Named National Merit Semifinalists

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The District was proud to learn that four seniors were named National Merit Semifinalists in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. The district congratulates Emma Passariello of W.T. Clarke High School and East Meadow High School students Viashnavi Adupa, Alyssa Fong and Alexa Wiencek.

The four are among approximately 16,000 semifinalists who qualified following last year’s PSAT/NMSQT test. All students will now contend for finalist titles with the prospect of eventually earning one of the 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $31 million. 

Emma is hoping to attend the Webb Institute while exploring a career in engineering next fall. At W.T. Clarke, she is a two-year secretary for the Key Club while also being an active member of the robotics and quiz bowl teams. She is also a member of the Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Center where she helps teach younger children about fire and water safety as well as distracted driving safety for teenagers.

A member of the East Meadow swim team, Alexa is also a member of the color guard for the marching band and a member of the theatre guild and numerous honor societies. She aspires to major in engineering next fall with the goal of attending MIT.

Viashnavi is preparing for a career in medicine as she explores potential majors and colleges. At East Meadow, she is a member of the key club and cultural club and also performs in the annual culture show. 

Alyssa is the president of the math honor society at East Meadow in addition to being a member of the ethnic awareness club and world hunger action club. She also assists with the school drama productions by working with the tech crew. She currently plans to study molecular anthropology in college.

Over 90 percent of semifinalists are expected to attain finalists standing, and about half of the finalists will win a National Merit Scholarship. Winners will be announced this spring.

Students return for an exciting year

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Students returned to the District for the first day of school on Sept. 4 with administrators and staff members looking forward to a “Great” year.

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kenneth A. Card, Jr., and fellow district officials visited the district’s nine school buildings to welcome students back for the 2019-20 school year. Principals and teachers greeted students as they entered each building to help with the transition into a new year and new classroom. 

“We look forward to a school year filled with possibilities for all of our students,” said Dr. Card. “If we focus on improving outcomes for our students, I am confident that we will have a great year!”  



Superintendent’s Conference Day Sparks East Meadow

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The start of a new school year in the District was signaled by the annual Superintendent’s Conference Day on Sept. 3.

The Superintendent’s Day Opening Convocation welcomed staff members from all nine district buildings into the W.T. Clarke High School auditorium. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kenneth A. Card, Jr. greeted all returning and new staff members as everyone prepared for the first day of school.

Among the speakers during the convocation was Barnum Woods Elementary School psychologist Leeanne Bonnet, Ph. D. Dr. Bonnet delivered a presentation on mindfulness and described various techniques that teachers can use inside and outside the classroom. She closed by emphasizing the importance of knowing when to slow down. Other notable speakers during the day included, Mr. Matt Melnick, East Meadow Board of Education President, Ms. Veronica Nicastro, East Meadow PTA Council President, Mr. John Gallagher, EMTA President, and Mr. Timothy Voels, EMSSA President.  The event concluded with a speech by Dr. Card where he focused on the responsible use of social media and the district’s motto: “continuous improvement for student success ensures that great happens here in East Meadow.”

Administrators and teachers returned to their respective building following the convocation to review the year’s upcoming strategies, goals and mission. The main objective continues to be finding the best methods to help each student maximize their potential during the 2019-20 school year.

 

New Teachers Explore District

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The District was excited to welcome 39 new staff and faculty members to the Leon J. Campo Salisbury Center on Aug. 28 for the annual new teacher orientation.

Assistant Superintendent for Personnel and Administration Anthony Russo greeted the group to open the day of meetings and welcomes. Mr. Russo explained the policies and procedures before handing off to Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kenneth A. Card, Jr. for a welcome address and further district information.

The day continued with the annual “exploration” of the district’s nine buildings as Barnum Woods Elementary School Principal Gregory Bottari once again led the bus tour. Mr. Bottari was joined this year by Director of Literacy and Funded Programs Frank Lukasik. The duo educated the group about each building while also testing their knowledge of East Meadow history.

Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Dr. David Casamento concluded the day with closing remarks. He encouraged the teachers to focus on continuous improvement for student success to ensure great happens here.

The district wishes the best of luck to the 39 new members of the district!

 



A Community SHIELD Holder

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East Meadow High School senior Matt Pienkowski was recognized this summer as a recipient of the Nassau County District Attorney’s SHIELD Award.

Matt joined his peers from across Nassau County to meet District Attorney Madeline Singas in July as she commended students who made positive contributions to their respective communities. The SHIELD award stands for service, honesty, integrity, excellence, leadership and duty and is presented to individuals who show outstanding strength of character, commitment to self-growth and the spirit and initiative to bring about a positive change in their community.

“Our youth are our future and it is my pleasure to honor them,” said District Attorney Singas.

The district congratulates Matt for earning this prestigious honor. 

 

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