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Five McGann-Mercy students selected to perform for Suffolk County Music Educators Association

Jamie Calandro, Choir Director, Justin Deutsch, Stephen Sarich, Brandon Vassallo, Olivia Geppel, Angelika Osiniak and Jeffrey Trelewicz, Instrumental Director and Fine Arts Coordinator (l-r)

McGann-Mercy is proud to announced that five of its students were selected to perform in the SCMEA (Suffolk County Music Educators Association) Division III East All-County Concert that was held at Comsewogue High School on Saturday, March 14, 2015.

Participation in the SCMEA All-County concert is through initial nomination by the student’s music teacher and then selection from amongst musicians nominated from the other 41 districts/private schools in the Division.

Division III East extends as far east as Montauk and west as Sayville on the south shore and Three Village on the north.

The following McGann-Mercy students were selected to participate:

Olivia Geppel (9th grade) from Mattituck – Choir

Angelika Osiniak (10th grade) from Riverhead – Choir

Stephen Sarich (10th grade) – from Sound Beach – Choir

Justin Deutsch (10th grade) – from Bellport- Orchestra (Trombone)

Brandon Vassallo (10th grade) – from Bellport – Band (Percussion)

Located in Riverhead, New York, it is the mission of Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School to provide an environment in which all students are challenged and inspired to achieve their personal best. With approximately 500 students in grades 7-12, the school’s uniquely small Catholic community has its roots in the religious traditions of the sisters of Mercy and the Catholic Church. The administration, faculty and staff are dedicated to inspiring students to live morally, responsibly, and productively. Distinguished by the United States Department of Education as a National School of Excellence and accredited by the Middle States Association, McGann-Mercy is committed to preparing leaders for tomorrow.