Kiernan Provides Update on Merrick Avenue Middle School

The following statement was released by the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District.

The generators are still up and running.

There is heat in the building and classes are up and running. Students are having hot soup and deli sandwiches for lunch.

The school hopes to have regular power restored before the end of the day.

Also, on the district's new Facebook page, Superintendent Henry Kiernan discussed other district news.

"All after school activities and late busses are cancelled today," Kiernan said. "Please note that in addition, all late busses are cancelled for the remainder of the week. This includes both public and non public school students."

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L Bekore November 07, 2012 at 03:55 PM
This is a complete lie. Classes were non-existent. Students spent the day in the auditorium playing games! They were told if no power tomorrow then it would be more of the same. Why can't the teachers teach in groups in the auditorium/gym? If they can do "team-building excercises" and trivia games they can certainly do some modified lesson! I was told by my HS child that the Calhoun classes were also just a mix of "re-grouping" where they left off. One week away and everybody's lesson plan suddenly falls apart? This is unconscionable.
PitBull November 08, 2012 at 12:33 PM
You can thank the BOE for this, they hired Kiernan. The BOE should be held accountable.


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