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East Meadow Softball Teams Play Exhibition Games For Autism Awareness

East Meadow and W.T. Clarke’s varsity softball teams played an exhibition game for autism acceptance on April 23 at East Meadow High School. thumbnail216672
W.T. Clarke Middle School’s softball team played a scrimmage on their own for autism acceptance on April 23 at East Meadow High School. thumbnail216673
East Meadow and W.T. Clarke’s junior varsity softball teams played an exhibition game for autism acceptance on April 23 at East Meadow High School. thumbnail216674
W.T. Clarke High School alumna Shelby Soodek threw out the first pitch to kick off the celebration. thumbnail216675
W.T. Clarke High School alumna Shelby Soodek, right, with East Meadow High School catcher Lily Finucane, left, and W.T. Clarke High School coach Rachel Barry after throwing the first pitch. thumbnail216676
East Meadow and W.T. Clarke’s junior varsity and varsity softball teams played exhibition games for autism acceptance on April 23 at East Meadow High School.

Many alumni, family, friends and members of the East Meadow community attended the game to support the cause. Additionally, players, coaches and spectators wore blue to celebrate and acknowledge Autism Awareness Month.

W.T. Clarke Middle School’s team, coached by Adrienne LaVacca and Sarah Cornell, played a scrimmage on their own. The junior varsity game featured W.T. Clarke High School, coached by Sam Abanavas, and East Meadow High School, coached by Kristina Cavallo. The varsity game featured W.T. Clarke High School, coached by Rachel Barry and Alexa Salzman, and East Meadow High School, coached by Frank Baglivo and Becky Mattia.

W.T. Clarke High School alumna Shelby Soodek threw out the first pitch to kick off the celebration.

Date Added: 5/3/2022

East Meadow’s Multicultural Council of New York Honorees

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Two East Meadow High School students were among the Multicultural Council of New York’s honorees during their inaugural Byung Han Lee Scholarship for Humanities award ceremony on March 28.

In honor of Women's History Month, the council awarded The Sun () Goodness Award to three female high school students who are role models to local and/or international communities. First prize was awarded to Maggie Li and honorable mention was awarded to Chelsea Lee. Scholarships were provided to both students courtesy of The Multicultural Council of New York.

Date Added: 4/26/2022

East Meadow High School Senior Honored for Good Deeds

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East Meadow High School senior Natalie Hernandez was named as a recipient of the 2022 Good Deed Awards for Long Island Teenagers demonstrating significant achievement, excellence, effectiveness and creativity, and serving as a positive and inspiring role model to her peers and the community.

In October, Hernandez organized a schoolwide fundraiser for people to donate their hair to the nonprofit organization Children With Hair Loss. The event served as Hernandez's Girl Scout Gold Award project with Girl Scout Troop 1256.

Honorees for this award are nominated by their educators, clergy, peers and/or community leaders. To qualify, candidates must demonstrate thoughtfulness, equality/social justice, integrity, honesty and responsibility. The East Meadow School District congratulates Hernandez on this outstanding accomplishment.

Date Added: 4/12/2022

Celebrating Cultures at East Meadow High School

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East Meadow High School’s Multicultural Club hosted its annual Multicultural Show on April 5. The show included various performances to honor the various cultures in the community.

The assembly featured talent and cultural pride from students as they highlighted songs and dances from such countries as Haiti, China, Brazil, India and the Philippines to name a few. The school’s Multicultural Club hosts the annual show in an effort to promote tolerance and acceptance of diverse cultures. The tradition allows students to celebrate their own cultural heritages as well as those of their peers.

Date Added: 4/7/2022

East Meadow High School Celebrates ‘Champions’

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Twenty-one East Meadow High School students were honored for demonstrating exemplary character and conduct during the school’s annual Breakfast of Champions ceremony on March 23.

Honorees were recognized by their parents, teachers and administrators for displaying admirable character traits and positive qualities both in, and outside of the school community. An East Meadow Champion is one who thinks of others and makes consistent positive contributions to his or her surroundings. The honorees were nominated by their teachers for exemplifying academic success, respect and positivity among their peers, school and community.

This year’s East Meadow Champions are:

Marissa Abels
Mahira Ahmed
Enayatullah Ali
Daniel Dong
Justin Hendler
Natalie Hernandez
Alexei Kastanos
Maximus Kelly
Adrian Klin
Ryan Michel
Helen Mun
Sean Patterson
Gianna Petitto
Sabrina Rego
Sadiya Soomro
Sarah Spencer
Grace Spinel
Robert Stahl
Matthew Tall
Ryan Tecusan
Julia Woszczak

The district congratulates all of this year’s honorees.

Date Added: 3/29/2022