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  • November 16, 2017

    Article & Photos by Rachel Siegel '20: Easy. Simple. These words were the focus of Mr. Monte Leeper’s STEM architecture talk, which took place on Wednesday, November 8. During the talk, Mr. Leeper expounded on his past experiences and how they built up to where he is today. He described how as a young boy, he was originally drawn to the principles that he still uses today when designing structures, and even formulated how he visualizes buildings before they’re down on paper. He explained how easy and simple was not the way out, and how he combats those in the

  • November 13, 2017

    Article by James Dionisio ‘20 On November 9, 2017, the sophomore division engaged in friendly competition during Kellenberg’s ANOINT Day. Flaunting a wide array of brightly colored shirts, each sophomore homeroom is represented by a certain color. For the class of 2020, ANOINT Day was surely a success. The day began as the class gathered in the auditorium to pray and watch a movie. To motivate the students about performing their best and teach them about coming to terms with loss, the film “When the Game Stands Tall” was shown. It centered on the 151 game winning streak of the

  • November 13, 2017

    Juniors Maureen Lewin and Brianna Lausev ran to the best 1-2 Firebird CHSAA Intersectional finish ever in helping their team to a third-place bronze plaque finish at the 44th Annual Girls CHSAA Intersectional (Catholic) State Championship cross country meet. Lewin’s third-place time of 15:29 places her in lofty company as she is the fourth fastest Firebird performer at oft run Van Cortlandt Park. Current NCAA Division 1,800 meter record holder, Jazmine Fray, has the school record of 15:14. Lausev ran to a courageous fifth-place finish of 15:47, also her best, with her peak performance placing her fifth on the KMHS

  • November 12, 2017

    Article by Sarah Campbell ('19): On November 4th and 5th, the Girl’s Varsity Swim Team had their Championship meet at Eisenhower Park. On Saturday, the girls swam some of their best races, all qualifying in the top 24 for finals the following day. The next day the girls all came back determined to swim some more best times. They were so spirited on the pool deck, cheering throughout the whole meet. Some great swims were swam by Ava Boneville (‘21) and Sarah Campbell (‘19) who both swam the 200 and 500 freestyle. Ava crushed her time in the 200 coming in

  • November 8, 2017

    Article by Rachel Siegel '20: On a cold and rainy Tuesday evening, Kellenberg students traveled to Rockville Centre to take part in Molloy College's STEM Day. Upon arriving, the students and their peers attended a presentation in the Madison Theater, which covered brief overviews of seven different categories of STEM careers ranging from Allied Health Sciences and Biology to Computer Science and Mathematics. From there, the eager students went into two consecutive breakout sessions with Molloy professors and alumni to learn more about their potential career paths. The smaller breakout sessions provided a one-on-one experience and allowed students and their

The Kellenberg Memorial Family mourns the loss of
​Rev. Paul J. Landolfi, S.M.

​Eternal rest, grant unto him, O Lord,
and let perpetual light shine upon him.
May the souls of the faithful departed
through the mercy of God rest in peace.

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