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Amityville Memorial High School

Address: 250 Merrick Road, Amityville, NY 11701
Main Office: (631) 565‑6100
Principal: Ms. Mary Stephens
Asst. Principal: Dr. John Cardone
Acting Asst. Principal: Mr. Kenneth Coard
Dean of Students: Ms. Natasha Lim
School Hours: 7:10 a.m.‑2:00 p.m.

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Amityville School District’s students, teachers celebrate the solar eclipse

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Students, teachers and administrators throughout the Amityville School District participated in numerous activities to celebrate the solar eclipse on April 8.

Amityville’s youngest learners at Northeast Elementary School participated in arts and crafts as they learned about the rare occurrence of a solar eclipse. Middle school and high school students and teachers in the district observed the solar eclipse at 3:25 p.m. through the use of eclipse glasses.

People throughout the district were excited to be a part of this historical event.

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Date Added: 4/10/2024

Amityville Memorial High School hosts Spring College Fair

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On March 21, Amityville Memorial High School’s gymnasium was filled with representatives from dozens of colleges and universities during the school’s Spring College Fair.

Students had the opportunity to meet with representatives as they shared information on everything that their programs have to offer. Many of the students also received pamphlets from each program, and they were excited to explore their educational journeys.

Photo caption: 1-8: On March 21, Amityville Memorial High School’s gymnasium was filled with representatives from dozens of colleges and universities during the school’s Spring College Fair.

Photos courtesy of Amityville Union Free School District

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Date Added: 3/25/2024


Board honors Amityville Memorial High School’s top 10 scholars

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Amityville Memorial High School’s top 10 scholars were honored for their excellence in academics during the board of education’s March 13 meeting at Park Avenue Memorial Elementary School.

Amityville Memorial High School Principal Mary Stephens, joined by Assistant Principals Dr. John Cardone and Kenneth Coard, and Dean of Students Natasha Lim, spoke about each scholar and listed many of their accolades. The high school’s top 10 scholars include:

Margaret Catron (valedictorian)
Amin Shah (salutatorian)
Madeline Shingleton
Kazima Rasikha Muwwakkil
Tayler Rollins
Kyndal Chandler
Tamiya Bullard
Katya Ramos Rojas
Jayson Chicas
Sydni Blake

All of the scholars thanked their parents, teachers, staff members and district administrators for supporting them throughout their educational journey in the Amityville School District.

Photo caption: Amityville Memorial High School’s top 10 scholars were honored for their excellence in academics during the Board of Education’s March 13 meeting at Park Avenue Memorial Elementary School.

Photo courtesy of the Amityville Union Free School District

Date Added: 3/18/2024

First female sports broadcaster at Amityville Memorial High School

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On Jan. 30, Amityville Memorial High School junior Erin Kreuder made history for the school’s broadcasting club as she became the first female to ever do play-by-play commentary.  

Kreuder was the play-by-play commentator for the Amityville girls basketball game against Islip. High school teachers Paul Cimmino and Matt Greiss have coordinated the broadcasting club in Amityville since 2017, and they livestream to their YouTube channel called the Amityville Broadcasting Network. The club teaches students all aspects of what goes into having a professional broadcast including audio/video production, sound engineering, directing, producing, sideline reporters, talk show hosts and panelists, analysts, and play-by-play announcer.  

“In the professional world, it is a male-dominated profession, and female sports play-by-play commentators are extremely rare,” Mr. Greiss said. “In our club, we have had only six male students reach the level of play-by-play since we started our club. Erin did a tremendous job last month. As a junior, she has now established herself as our top on-air person and has another full year to shine.” 

The Amityville School District congratulates Kreuder on making school history as a female sports broadcaster. 

Date Added: 2/21/2024

Black History Month festivities at Amityville Memorial High School

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On Feb. 16, Amityville Memorial High School’s Interact Club celebrated the rich culture of African Americans during their annual Black History Month performance.

Students shared their talents in dance, music and spoken words in front of their peers, faculty and staff members, and district administrators in the high school’s auditorium. The high school’s jazz band also performed several songs throughout the afternoon. In between performances, the Interact Club conducted trivia on famous African Americans.

At the end of the performance, the Interact Club held up the flags of different countries to celebrate diverse cultures in the Amityville school community.

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Date Added: 2/20/2024
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