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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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First female sports broadcaster at Amityville Memorial High School

Amityville Memorial High School junior Erin Kreuder Broadcasting. thumbnail255413
Amityville Memorial High School junior Erin Kreuder Broadcasting. thumbnail255414

On Jan. 30, Amityville Memorial High School junior Erin Kreuder made history for the school’s broadcasting club as she became the first female to ever do play-by-play commentary.  

Kreuder was the play-by-play commentator for the Amityville girls basketball game against Islip. High school teachers Paul Cimmino and Matt Greiss have coordinated the broadcasting club in Amityville since 2017, and they livestream to their YouTube channel called the Amityville Broadcasting Network. The club teaches students all aspects of what goes into having a professional broadcast including audio/video production, sound engineering, directing, producing, sideline reporters, talk show hosts and panelists, analysts, and play-by-play announcer.  

“In the professional world, it is a male-dominated profession, and female sports play-by-play commentators are extremely rare,” Mr. Greiss said. “In our club, we have had only six male students reach the level of play-by-play since we started our club. Erin did a tremendous job last month. As a junior, she has now established herself as our top on-air person and has another full year to shine.” 

The Amityville School District congratulates Kreuder on making school history as a female sports broadcaster. 

Date Added: 2/21/2024

Black History Month festivities at Amityville Memorial High School

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On Feb. 16, Amityville Memorial High School’s Interact Club celebrated the rich culture of African Americans during their annual Black History Month performance.

Students shared their talents in dance, music and spoken words in front of their peers, faculty and staff members, and district administrators in the high school’s auditorium. The high school’s jazz band also performed several songs throughout the afternoon. In between performances, the Interact Club conducted trivia on famous African Americans.

At the end of the performance, the Interact Club held up the flags of different countries to celebrate diverse cultures in the Amityville school community.

Click here to view the photo slideshow.

Date Added: 2/20/2024

Wrestling standouts at Amityville Memorial High School

Amityville Memorial High School sophomore Cristian Maldonado, third from left, placed third in the League VI Championships on Feb. 3.  thumbnail254976
Amityville Memorial High School junior Madelyne Martinez, far left, placed fourth at the Long Island Girls' Wrestling Championships on Feb. 4. thumbnail254977
Amityville Memorial High School sophomore Cristian Maldonado has enjoyed a lot of success on the mat this season. thumbnail254978
Amityville Memorial High School junior Madelyne Martinez made history last year as the first female wrestler in Amityville to win a wrestling tournmanet. thumbnail254979
Two of Amityville Memorial High School’s varsity wrestlers have enjoyed amazing seasons this winter.

Sophomore and second-year wrestler Cristian Maldonado has found phenomenal success on the mat. Last year, he suffered an injury a week before the league tournament, which kept him from competing in the postseason. Since then, he has put in a tremendous amount of work that has led him to a county tournament this year.

“Cristian doesn't miss a day of practice and always shows up ready to work,” said wrestling coach Dan Manley.

Cristian is currently 26-10 and will be wrestling on Feb. 10 at Stony Brook University in the 124-lb. division of the Suffolk County Section XI Division 1 Championship Tournament after placing third in the League VI Championships on Feb. 3.

“He has had an impressive season and a great career to look forward to,” Mr. Manley said. “We are very proud of his success, but more importantly, the effort he puts in daily to make it possible.”

Madelyne Martinez is a junior and second-year wrestler who placed fourth at the Long Island Girls' Wrestling Championships on Feb. 4.

“She is a talented actor and singer who still finds time to work hard throughout the season,” Manley said. “She is a tough wrestler who has beaten both male and female opponents over the last two years.”

Last year, Madelyne became the first female wrestler from Amityville to ever win a tournament when she went 3-0 and captured the title in the girls' division of the Frank Giampaolo Cyclone Wrestling Tournament at South Side High School. This year, she placed third in that same tournament. By placing fourth this past weekend, she has earned All-County and All-Long Island honors. Mr. Manley said that she was in a tough weight class this year and will return next year as a contender for a county title.

The Amityville School District commends both wrestlers on their success and wishes them the best of luck in their future competitions.

Date Added: 2/9/2024

Amityville Memorial High School artists featured in countywide art show

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The Amityville School District is proud to announce that three of Amityville Memorial High School’s art students are currently representing the district in the 2024 Suffolk County Art Leaders Association All-County Art Exhibition.

Students exhibiting their work in this show include:

Denilson Berrios Gutierrez (Grade 12) – “EverGaze” – Medium: Digital Photography, Adobe Photoshop

Abigail Brown (Grade 9) – “Succulents” – Medium: Watercolors

Cesia Guevara Melendez (Grade 10) – “The Falls” – Medium: Mixed Media

In addition, senior Kyndal Chandler is displaying her artwork in the Senior Scholarship portion of the SCALA All-County Art Exhibition:

“Charcoal Head” Medium: Charcoal on Paper

“Pop Art” – Medium: Mixed Media

“Still Life with Skeleton” – Medium: White colored pencil on black paper

The reception for this regional art show will be held on Feb. 10 at the Old Town Hall in Babylon, at 47 W. Main St., Babylon, from 1-3 p.m. Additional viewings of this show will be available through March 5, Mondays through Fridays from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

The district congratulates the amazing artists and their art teachers Jayne Grasso, Connie Jordan and Sheila Olsen on this remarkable accomplishment.

Click here to view the photo slideshow.

Date Added: 2/7/2024

Amityville Memorial High School artist wins statewide competition

Amityville Memorial High School sophomore Guadalupe Hernandez Granados’ artwork has been chosen as the High School-level winner in the statewide NYSATA Youth Art Month Flag Design competitio thumbnail254686
Amityville Memorial High School sophomore Guadalupe Hernandez Granados’ artwork has been chosen as the High School-level winner in the statewide NYSATA Youth Art Month Flag Design competitio thumbnail254687
The Amityville School District is proud to announce that Amityville Memorial High School sophomore Guadalupe Hernandez Granados’ artwork has been chosen as the High School-level winner in the statewide NYSATA Youth Art Month Flag Design competition.

Her sponsoring art teacher is Jennifer Dibble. This year, 1,765 flag designs were submitted by students statewide into this competition. Student work was divided by grade-band levels and then the top work was chosen within each grouping.

For her effort, Guadalupe received a beautiful basket of art supplies that will help her continue to create more artwork and nurture her talent. The supplies were generously donated to NYSATA by the companies of BLICK and Royal Brush Manufacturing Inc. Her artwork will also be featured on the NYSATA website and in the upcoming edition of the NYSATA News publication.

The district congratulates Guadalupe on being recognized by NYSATA for her amazing artwork.

The full 2024 New York State Youth Art Month Flag Designs Slideshow can be seen by visiting the following link: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1wi3AVfAkN7YdbkOAjpQ_hrIzR0uWhbOW6mBToLdZVog/edit#slide=id.p

Date Added: 2/1/2024