Directions to East Meadow High School
Meadowbrook Pkwy to Hempstead Turnpike East or Wantagh Pkwy to Hempstead Turnpike West to Carman Ave. North. Enter parking lot 1/4 mile on left.
Members of the cross-country team at East Meadow High School completed their season with a multitude of accolades and successes.
Senior Zach Van Houten finished undefeated this season, winning the Nassau County Individual Championship for the 5000-meter course at Eisenhower Park. Zach then continued on to win the Sectional Championship, a race comprised of the overall best runners and teams from all schools in Nassau County regardless of size, by 13 seconds. Zach's performances led the team to finish fourth at the county championships, culminating the season with a 10-3 record.
Additionally, the girls cross-country team had a stellar season. The girls won their first division championship since 2016 with a 12-1 record and placed second in the team races at the Nassau County and Sectional Championships. Leslie Villafuerte-Castro led the way for the team this season, placing third overall at the county championship. Fellow runners Becca Silverman, Dakota Eira, Megan Sohl, Ella Foster and Silvia Ronemus placed in the Top 22, earning All-County status.
The district is proud of each and everyone of these student athletes for their impressive achievements!
W.T. Clarke High School junior Madison Amini and sophomore Matthew Vo, along with East Meadow High School senior Matthew Bonventre, were recently accepted into Heckscher Museum of Art's juried competition, Long Island's Best. This annual exhibition features extraordinary works of art created by Long Island high school students from across Nassau and Suffolk counties. Additionally, Matthew Vo won the Promising Young Artist Award at the show.
The district is very proud of the impressive achievement and recognition earned by each of these students. The exhibit will be on view at the museum through May 23. Please note that timed tickets are required.
In a sign of a slight return of life in the schools, East Meadow High School honored students for their exemplary character and conduct at the Breakfast of Champions on April 21. These outstanding students were selected by high school administration, faculty and staff for thinking of others and striving to make a positive contribution every day. Traditionally, parents were invited to attend with their child, but this year, the event was livestreamed for to watch from home. The district and school congratulates all of the students honored this year.
In honor of Music in our school Months, schools in the East Meadow School District created videos for the 2021 East Meadow Music Department Showcase. According to the National Association for Music Education, MIOSM is an annual month-long celebration when schools and communities celebrate music in their local schools and the educators who dedicate themselves to bringing music into the lives of students every day.
Bowling Green Elementary
Barnum Woods Elementary
Woodland Middle School
W.T. Clarke Middle School
East Meadow High School
W.T. Clarke High School
Tweets by EMHSJETS
Shavuot Begins at Sundown
EMHS Spring Concert Part II, 7:30 p.m.
EMHS PTSA Staff Appreciation