A Bishop McGann-Mercy High School club donated $9,000 to Maureen’s Haven, a Riverhead-based outreach center for homeless people. The “Mercy on a Mission” club presented a check Wednesday to Maryann Gensler, the executive director of Maureen’s Haven, during the school’s annual Thanksgiving Mass. READ
Every American knows who George Washington was — commander-in-chief during the American Revolutionary War, a Founding Father and the United States’ first President. READ
Bishop McGann-Mercy High School will start the 2017-18 school year with a new leader. Rev. John Hogan, a Catholic deacon, will become the school’s interim principal next month.
Graduates of Bishop McGann-Mercy High School’s Class of 2017 celebrated the school’s 57th commencement ceremony Thursday.
After spending the 2015-16 school year collecting donations, students in Mercy with a Mission at McGann-Mercy High School donated $13,000 to the Northport Veteran’s Association Medical Center Wednesday.
Specifically, the money is going to the Hero Hungry Help Project. READ
Of the middle and high school students across the county, 7,000 are nominated by their music teachers to perform at the Suffolk County Music Educators Association festival.
Months before she started her first year at Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School on Friday, living environment teacher Sarah Spector had already been recognized as one of the nation’s best new science teachers.
Brooke Kappenberg arrived at Bishop McGann-Mercy High School early Monday morning, well before the opening practice of the 2016 season scheduled for 5 p.m. The Mercy sophomore was set to begin her first season playing on the Monarchs’ varsity tennis team, and she was so eager to begin, she stopped by JV practice first. READ