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Christopher McCann
District Supervisor of Physical Education, Health and Athletics | Mineola UFSD

The Mineola Public Schools Interscholastic Athletic program is governed by the regulations of the New York State Commissioner of Education’s basic coed for extra class athletic activities.  In addition, Mineola is a member of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA).  Specific guidelines are established for Middle School students as a part of the NYSPHSAA Modified Interscholastic Sports Program.

We are proud of the effort and accomplishments of all of our athletes and coaches.  Our department strives to enhance the student athlete physically, socially and mentally.  We encourage our athletes to win without boasting, lose without excuses and never quit.  We expect athletes to respect coaches, teammates, opponents and officials and understand that their actions represent all in the Mineola community.  Through team concepts of family, sacrifice and discipline students will learn life lessons through sports and mature into better athletes and citizens.


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Athletic News

BOE Recognizes Admins & Educators for Tenure

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At the June 6 meeting, the Board of Education was #MineolaProud to honor 18 outstanding members of our administration and faculty who were recommended for tenure.

Congratulations to all!

Ann Aguila

Steve Benner

Jimmy Bulva

Julia Dawber

Stefanie Eden

Jack Fenty

Maggie Lucito

Jenn Maichin

Kayla McKeveny

Sarah Miller

Anna Paulik

Erin Regan

Gabriel Rivera

Leigh Shaw

Brenda Silverman

Corinne Stannard

Nicole Vella

Tim Wienclaw

Watch the video below to see what our learners have to say about these amazing members of our team!


Date Added: 6/10/2024

Learners Recognized By Board of Education

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At the start of the May 9 Board of Education meeting, Mineola administrators and Board of Education members recognized learners from throughout the district for their accomplishments in STEM and robotics and exceptional service to the school community.

They also honored Mineola’s Broadway star Brady Wagner, who made his stage debut this year in the hit show “Merrily We Roll Along” and the Board was proud to be recognized by FIRST Long Island for the district’s support of their STEM and robotics programs.

We are #MineolaProud to highlight each of these amazing learners for their achievements!

Special Recognition
Brady Wagner (Hampton Street's Very Own Broadway Star)

FIRST Lego League team members for their success at the competition in March

The Rockin Legos #6183:
Brendan Breen
Jayden Benitez Hernandez
Mary Krastel
Judah Magun
Gabriel Renjith
Elena Wagner

Master Perseveres #2730:
Catherine Baker
Zachary Beren
Ella Montes de Oca
Philip Silva
Nolan Smallwood
Olivia Trayvilla

Masterpieces #2619:
Oscar Argueta-Salmeron
Daniel Ponce
Aidan Loewenthal
Chelsea Molina Quin
Nicholas Pullows
Emmanuel Surujpaul-Huddleston

The Inventors #6174:
Claire Casey
Alice Garrigan
Oliver Palominos, Jr.
Caroline Pigott
Alexander Regueiferos
Nicholas Salerno

The Lego Leaguers #2728:
Maya Alexander
Spyridon Argyros
Eamonn Romito
Sullivan Schwetz
Chloe Toro
Julian Wharton

The Master Builders #6175:
Jackson Amatulli
Josue Fuentes
Madeline Li
Candi Liu
James McHale

The Master Legos #2726:
Caterina Araujo
Konstantinos Argyros
Brendan Creighton
Cosette Gaffney
Elias Johnson
Lia Santos

The Lego Explorers #6176:
Argyrios Bonetti
Arabella Ferraioli
Finnian Kelly
Victoria Once
Neel Patel
Curtis Savage

Jackson Avenue Brave Safety Patrol members (Recognized for “outstanding service the school community”)
Catherine Baker
Brian Condon
Madeline Gaven
Max Kent
Daniel Nicholas

Jackson Avenue Brave Student Committee members
Arabella Ferraioli
Aidan Loewenthal
Derek Wong

MHS Physical Education Leadership Program
Andrew Basel
Leah Chang
Andrew DeRose
Brianna DiVirgilio
Maggie Duda
Emma Foley
Nicholas Frey
Kirpa Kaur
Caitlin Kenney
Elizabeth Kenney
Sebastian Knight
Keira McCaffrey
Rory Meehan
Kelsey Morrison
Ava Murphy
Michaela Palumbo
James Plunkett
Scott Podstupka
Anthony Sartori
Luigi Sartori
Rafael Solon
John Valentino
Brianna Voyer

Date Added: 5/13/2024

Learners Lauded for Phys Ed Achievements

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Eight Mineola learners have been honored with the Outstanding Physical Education Elementary and Middle School Award by the Nassau Zone of the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (NYS AHPERD).

Students recognized with medals and certificates at the May 2 event include Joanna Escaleira and A.J. Parente from Hampton Street School, Audrey McHugh and Logan Molen from Jackson Avenue School, Lianna Sanchez and Frankie Gatzonis from Meadow Drive School and Marcello Patron and Daniella Porcelli from Mineola Middle School.

In addition, Meadow Drive School physical education teacher Ms. Christine Gayson was recognized at the event as a nominee for NYS AHPERD Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year. The winner of this award has yet to be announced.

This recognition is awarded annually to exemplary elementary and middle school students who demonstrate exceptional leadership skills, responsible personal and social behavior and outstanding achievements in physical education programs.

Date Added: 5/7/2024

MHS Girls Bowling Team Honored at Village Hall

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Congratulations to the Mineola HS girls varsity bowling team who were presented a street sign and key to the Village during a ceremony at Mineola Village Hall on March 3.

#MineolaProud of these talent student athletes for winning three consecutive county championships!

Date Added: 4/4/2024

MHS Athletes Helping Athletes Shares Experience with Middle School

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Athletes Helping Athletes visited the middle school to share stories and experiences focused on sportsmanship. Sessions led by High School athletes included small group conversations and role play scenarios.

Date Added: 3/28/2024