Mepham Alumni Publications

Scuttlebutt is published once a year, in mid-summer. It is mailed at no charge to all alumni who are paid-up members. Click here to receive a printable membership form that you can mail in.

A typical issue of Scuttlebutt (32 pages) was the summer 2006 issue which featured Jones Beach and it's attraction to Mepham students. The topic was based on the previous year's Ex-Crew question: "How did Jones Beach affect your life?"

It included:

  • Forty Seven photos of Jones Beach and Mepham alumni at the beach
  • One hundred eighty four responses to the Ex-Crew question
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  • Nine articles by Mepham alumni about what Jones Beach means to them
  • 2004 Who's Who Awards to five Mepham alumni who have made significant accomplishments in their fields of work and outstanding contributions to the welfare of mankind.
  • Mepham Today an article by the principal, John Didden, about what's happening now in our school.
  • Scholarship Awards listing the $15,800 in scholarships given by the Alumni Association to twenty one students.
  • The Poopdeck, a 5 page listing of personal activities of many Mepham alumni.
  • Flashbacks - Photos from the past.
  • Milestones - anniversaries and weddings.
  • Photo Contest, winners of the school contest for a front-cover photo for Scuttlebutt.
  • Upcoming Reunions - announcements for 5 events.
  • Recent Reunions - summaries of recents events.
  • From the President - a message from Vincent Proto, Alumni Association President, summarizing our activities


Quarterdeck is published once a year, in mid-winter. It is mailed at no charge to all alumni who are in our mailing list.

A typical issue of Quarterdeck (16 pages) was the winter 2006 issue which included:

  • September All-Class Reunion announced.
  • Jones Beach Revisited by Valerie Priger Skelly '56
  • Gala Spring Brunch with five Who's Who Awards annonced.
  • Mepham Students to be proud of
  • Upcoming Reunion announcements for 8 events
  • In Memory Of those who have passed
  • Thank You to our donors
  • From the President - a message from Vincent Proto, Alumni Association President, summarizing our activities