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Capital Reserve Fund Vote - Tuesday, December 13, 2016

A vote will be held at Wantagh High School on Tuesday, December 13, 2016 to authorize the use of $2.75 million in an existing Capital Reserve Fund. These funds have already been put aside and will not lead to a tax increase. Some of the projects included are: improvement and upgrades of safety and security items, refurbishment of the turf field, upgrades to heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, replacement of concrete and asphalt, replacement of floor tiles, locker replacements, electrical upgrades, brick repointing, masonry repair, and bathroom upgrades. You can vote in the Wantagh High School Lobby between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. 
 
 
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 If you are having trouble accessing your parent portal account, please send an email to parentportal@wantaghschools.org to request help.
 
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  • WANTAGH FOOTBALL WINS LONG ISLAND CLASS III CHAMPIONSHIP

    The district is proud to announce that the high school varsity football team won the Long Island Class III Championship game against East Islip with a score of 21-14.

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  • TOP STRINGS

    The district’s music department is proud to announce that six students were selected by the Long Island String Festival Association to participate in LISFA’s intermediate and secondary festivals.

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  • WANTAGH TECHDAY 2017 REGISTRATION IS HERE!

    Learning to Code: Grades 5-12

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  • HONORING THE BOARD OF EDUCATION

    During the Oct. 20 public meeting of the Board of Education, students, staff, and members of the PTA and supporting district organizations honored the Board trustees for their voluntary service to the district and community. The recognition was part of the New York State School Boards Association’s School Board Recognition Week, an annual celebration that serves as an opportunity to raise awareness and understanding about the essential role school board members have within a school district.

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  • BOARD OF EDUCATION GOALS 2016-17

    The Board of Education goals for the 2016-17 school year are listed in the attached document.

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  • RINGS MARK GARNERING OF STATE TITLE

    Prior to the Sept. 17 homecoming game, members of the 2016 varsity boys baseball team and their coaches received rings to mark the securing of the 2016 New York State Class A Championship on June 12, the district’s first state baseball championship since 1998. To mark their victory, the players and coaches led the homecoming parade as the grand marshal.

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  • SMOOTH OPENING FOR WANTAGH SCHOOLS

    A rainy morning did not dampen the spirits of students who, toting backpacks full of school supplies, disembarked from bright yellow school buses and carpools ready and excited to start the new school year on Sept. 1.

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  • WANTAGH FACULTY PREPARE FOR FIRST DAY

    The excitement was palpable as teachers and support staff filed into the high school’s auditorium for Superintendent’s Conference Day on Aug. 31. In keeping with Wantagh tradition, members of the police department, government representatives and community organization members were also invited to attend the assembly that officially kicked off the 2016-2017 school year.

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  • WANTAGH WELCOMES NEW FACULTY

    The district welcomed new faculty during the New Teacher Orientation Program on Aug. 25-30. Superintendent of Schools Maureen Goldberg and Assistant Superintendent for Instruction John McNamara introduced the staff to administrators, who discussed technology initiatives, policies and procedures, the district’s special education philosophy and literacy program, benefits and more. There was also time allotted to prepare classrooms and to take a bus tour of the district.

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  • 2016-2017 BOARD OF EDUCATION

    During the July 5 reorganization meeting, members of the Board of Education elected President Anthony Greco and Vice President Michael Cucci. Trustees Kera McLoughlin and Peter Mountanos were also sworn in for additional three-year terms.

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