The Long Island Press honored students from Elmont Memorial during its annual award ceremony for student journalism at Hofstra University.
Elmont Memorial hosted its annual wellness walk in memory of Thomas F. Crimmins, a much-loved, former counselor at the school.
Elmont Memorial’s Always a Better Choice Committee honors students who perform good deeds each and every day.
Elmont Memorial students took part in Breaking Borders at Molloy College with college students and other high school students from across Nassau County on April 1.
On March 28, The Board of Education celebrated Elmont Memorial and Sewanhaka high schools for being recognized by Better Outcomes, LLC as schools that have been identified as boosting the achievement of economically disadvantaged students.
Elmont Memorial’s Model United Nations program participated in the prestigious North American Invitational Model United Nations Conference from Feb. 15-19 in Washington, D.C.
Elmont Memorial’s Virtual Enterprise students enjoyed success in their first major competition and trade show at SUNY Farmingdale on Jan. 13.
Elmont Memorial senior Michael Bailey has been nominated for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.
Congratulations to Elmont Memorial senior Brianna Harris, who was recently named Newsday’s Athlete of the Week.
Elmont Memorial varsity football players Chester Anderson and Aaron Ruthman were selected to Newsday’s All-Long Island Football Team. Athletic Director Christopher Agostino remarked, “This award is well deserved by both young men.
Caron Cox, chairperson of pupil personnel services at Elmont Memorial Junior-Senior High School, has been nominated for the 2016-17 LifeChanger of the Year Award.
Elmont Memorial is proud to announce Shazor Shahid as valedictorian and Aubin Lohier as salutatorian for the Class of 2017.
We congratulate Ms. Harley for being named Teacher of the Month for September 2016. She has been inspiring Elmont students as an English teacher for 14 years. Whether she is teaching her eighth-grade students to embrace figurative language in their writing or debating political issues with her juniors, Ms. Harley keeps the energy and standards high in her classroom.
by Munahil Sultana and Nneka Emeagwali
NEW FOR THE 2016-17 School Year. All kids entering 7th and 12th grades MUST have the meningococcal vaccine in order to start school in September.
The Press Club of Long Island has recognized Elmont Memorial’s newspaper The Elmont Phoenix with the Best High School Newspaper Award.