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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 Memorial High School students visit classes at Northwest

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On Nov. 15, Amityville Memorial High School’s AP Spanish students visited bilingual classes at Northwest Elementary School.

The group crafted their own original books and they read stories in each of the bilingual classes. The reading activity helped students to practice articulating similarities and differences by comparing their stories to those of others.

Following the reading, Northwest students discussed what they’re thankful for and they participated in a Thanksgiving craft.

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Date Added: 11/17/2023

Amityville’s middle school, high school students meet with veterans

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In honor of Veterans Day, Amityville Memorial High School and Edmund W. Miles Middle School held Veterans Day events on Nov. 9 to celebrate the brave men and women who have served or are currently serving in the United States military.

Local veterans in the community were welcomed to the middle school to share their experiences while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. Prior to the event, students prepared questions in their social studies classes to ask the veterans. Veterans described the branch of military in which they served, answered the students’ questions, and displayed photos and souvenirs from their years of service. Toward the end of the visit, students thanked them for visiting the class, and each veteran received a patriotic thank-you card created by a member of the National Junior Honor Society.

At the high school, several local veterans were welcomed to speak with students in their social studies classes. During the 45-minute class period, veterans shared stories about their time in the service and answered students’ questions. Students created colorful cards to thank the veterans for their service. Additionally, veterans got to enjoy a special luncheon in the school’s library.

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Date Added: 11/16/2023

Amityville Memorial High School’s annual homecoming celebration

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After being postponed due to inclement weather, Amityville Memorial High School was excited to hold its annual homecoming parade on Oct. 28.

The high school’s marching band provided music throughout the parade, which included school administrators, board members, faculty, local elected officials, cheerleaders, and students from various Amityville schools. Marchers started their journey at the LIRR Amityville station and paraded down the local streets as onlookers cheered. Students dressed up and floats were decorated to represent this year’s theme of cartoon shows and sitcoms. Parents and supportive community members were also in attendance as they watched the group march down Broadway through the heart of the Village of Amityville all the way to the high school.

The high school’s cheerleading team held an amazing performance during halftime of the Amityville Warriors’ varsity football game against the Comsewogue Warriors. The high school’s marching band performed a medley of hits from Earth, Wind & Fire that included “Fantasy,” “Getaway,” “In the Stone,” and “September.” Halftime celebrations concluded with the crowning of the homecoming king Derrick Prince and queen Derrikah Legette.

Despite the Warriors 48-6 loss against Comsewogue High School, the district would like to thank everyone who came out to show their support.

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Date Added: 10/30/2023