The Community Cupboard is need of volunteers for their packing days!
Please use the attached spreadsheet to sign up. The complete list of dates is below.
If you have any questions, please contact Catrina Christensen: firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text (631-793-5915).
· September 11
· September 25
· October 8 (Tuesday)
· October 23
· November 6
· November 20
· December 4
· December 18
· January 8
· January 22 (Regents testing)
· February 5
· February 26
· March 11
· March 25
· April 7 (Tuesday)
· April 22
· May 6 (AP testing)
· May 20
· June 3
· June 17 (Regents testing)
Please see the attached scholarship opportunity. ALL union members children graduating from high school, or college freshmen are eligible to apply.
Announcement of Candidates for Election of Board of Trustees: Officers and Head Building Representatives
Announcement of Candidates for Election of Board of Trustees, Officers & Head Building Representatives on May 30, 2019
President: Rob Walsh - Mepham High School
1st Vice President: Peter Brideson - Grand Avenue Middle School
2nd Vice President: Bill Morris - Mepham High School
Treasurer: Brad Seidman - Kennedy High School
Head Building Representatives:
Grand Avenue Middle School - Carolyn Condenzio
Kennedy High School - Brian DeGaetano
Mepham High School - Heather Castellano
Merrick Avenue Middle School - Amanda Myles-McAnally
Meadowbrook Alternative Program - Geisha Kwaitkowski
As a reminder, all nominating petitions must be submitted by tomorrow, Friday, May 10.
Nominating petitions can be found on the BMUST website under Member Services, Downloadable Forms.
Attached please find the flyer distributed at last night's ED 17 meeting for the Correct the Test Forum on 4/30. Hope to see you there!
Heather M. Castellano
PAC Coordinator, SD 8
As a reminder, all applications for the Len Motisi Memorial Scholarship are due to BMUST by FRIDAY, MARCH 8. Please see below for additional information.
BMUST belongs to the Long Island Teachers’ Benevolent Fund (LITBF), which offers a yearly scholarship, (the Len Motisi Memorial Scholarship) to high school seniors graduating this year, who will be attending a post-secondary institution on a full time basis and whose parent is an active teacher in a Long Island local. Many of our members’ sons and daughters have been awarded this scholarship over the years.
The attached application must be sent back to me at the BMUST office no later than March 8, 2019 to get my signature on it and for me to send it to LITBF before the deadline of March 15, 2019. We are also putting the form on our website, www.bmust.org.
You must include a copy of the school transcript, with the current GPA on it and include a copy of the SAT or ACT scores. If the transcript does not contain the GPA, your Guidance Counselor must submit a statement with the scores. Please fill the form in as soon as possible and forward it to me through inter-office mail.
Please note, you are now required to included you NYSUT Member Number on the application. If unknown, please reach out to Meg in the BMUST office.
WHO: The Community Parent Center, the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District, The Bellmore-Merrick Community Coalition, Senator John Brooks, Assemblyman David McDonough, Legislator Tom McKevitt, Legislator Steve Rhoads, Bellmore UFSD, N. Bellmore UFSD, Merrick UFSD and N. Merrick UFSD
WHAT: Naloxone Training (Narcan) for parents, families and community members. The training is presented by Community Action for Social Justice. An informational session will be presented prior to the training.
WHEN: Tuesday, March 5, 2019 -- 7 p.m.
WHERE: Brookside School – Board Room # 13
1260 Meadowbrook Road, North Merrick.
WHY: Naloxone is a life-saving drug that can revive overdose victims. Its brand name is Narcan. Naloxone (Narcan) helps restore breathing to a person who is overdosing from opioid drugs such as heroin and prescription drugs such as oxycontin, oxycodone and fentanyl. It works quickly and gives emergency responders time to get the person to a hospital. Naloxone training participants will learn how to administer the lifesaving antidote which can reverse the fatal effects of an opioid overdose; and receive a free Narcan kit.
Pre-registration is required.
Pre-registration is requested to ensure receipt of a kit.
If you are planning to attend, please fill out an online registration form at
Google Docs: https://goo.gl/forms/NstlU1mPGTDTmZXp1