S.A.L.T.



The S.A.L.T. program is designed to have its members not only act as role models, but communicate the message about safe and appropriate behavioral choices.  As members of the program, student athletes will work together with professional athletes at Molloy College to create and deliver motivational messages to the students at Finley Middle School on drug and alcohol abuse prevention, sportsmanship, citizenship, and the importance of academics. Members of the S.A.L.T. program have been nominated by their coaches.

The S.A.L.T. (Student Athlete Leadership Team) training sessions are at Molloy College in Rockville Center on the following dates:
 
November 15th
January 8th
March 11th



2013-2014 Members of S. A. L. T.



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SENIORS:

Mike Burrell
Allie Cappiello
Sam Di Paola
Maleesha Ebanks
Gillian Farnan
Elsie Goodman
Elizabeth Wilson
Jackie Hayduck
Caterina Ienopoli
Jo Jo Nicolich
Carlos Rivera
Erik Washington
Rashawn White  


 

JUNIORS: 
Nicole Bedell
Brittany Brown
Catilin Brown
Andrew Gerin
Phil Grella
Selena Guastella
Gabrielle Heenan



Daniella Hugel
Kevin Shannon
Selena Nasary
Rosa Pangari
Sean Peet
Joe Reyes
Dylan Silas



SOPHOMORES:
Grace Blinkoff
Jonathan Capobianco
Alex Casale
Gaetano Famiglietti
Geofferey Field
Michael Hatala
Amanda Heavey
Brandon Leon
Kiara Vidal
 
Sabrina Magrini
Michelle Melfi
Sean Morrisey
Michael Payton
Sara Tenke





Glen Cove Student-Athletes Lead by Example

Thirty-two members of the Student Athlete Leadership Team (SALT) at Glen Cove High School attended a seminar at Molloy College, conducted in conjunction with Athletes Helping Athletes, serve as better role models. Messaging centered on safe and appropriate behavioral choices as the SALT members worked with professional athletes to create and deliver motivational messages to the students at Finley Middle School on drug and alcohol abuse prevention, sportsmanship, citizenship and the importance of academics. SALT members take a pledge to encourage younger students to participate in athletics or other extracurricular activities, and to educate their peers in the areas of drug and alcohol abuse prevention, steroid use, good sportsmanship, and living by example.

  
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