What a Time to Be From Elmont By Sophia Sunshine Vilceus It has truly been a remarkable week, month, and year to be from Elmont. But what does this all mean in context?
Source: Sewanhaka Central High School District Seven student-athletes from Elmont Memorial’s track team qualified for the 2015-16 Winter Track State Meet at Cornell University on March 4-5. Congratulations to Coach Mike Graham and the following students: 4x200m Relay (Girls) Adrienne Barnes Brianna Harris Christal Thompson Khalia Whyte Briyanna Jones (alternate) 55m Dash (Girls) Erykah CamalContinue reading “Elmont Track Team Races to Cornell University”
Written by Sophia Sunshine Vilceus This past summer, many of us became aware that John Capozzi was leaving Elmont Memorial High School as Principal to step into a new role as Assistant Superintendent of the Sewanhaka Central High School District. Many people of the Elmont Community, including me, an Alumna of Elmont Memorial, were understandablyContinue reading “A Smooth Transition: Welcome, To New Elmont Principal, Kevin Dougherty”
You have a dream, go after it. Kyron Dupont is a testament to this mantra. A dream-chaser and a go-getter; he has elevated his music and his brand to among one of the most recognizable on Long Island. After discovering his talent for music at the tender age of 5, Kyron spent years cultivating hisContinue reading “The Scene: Kyron Dupont”
Source: James Galloway and Bryan Ahrens, The Island Now Sewanhaka senior Harold Ekeh has a tantalizing decision facing him: Yale or Harvard? Or maybe MIT? Or, if he decides he wants still more options, he can always fall back on Princeton, Columbia, Dartmouth, Brown, the University of Pennsylvania or Cornell. Ekeh, the Elmont Memorial HighContinue reading “Elmont Senior, Harold Ekeh, Accepted Into All Eight Ivy League Schools and MIT”