Wantagh Middle School

Wantagh Middle School

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  • BEAUTIFUL ME

    Middle School female students are learning that being comfortable with themselves makes them a better sister, daughter and friend through the Beautiful Me program.

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  • THE WORD ON THE STREET

    During the English Language Arts Department’s second annual “Word on the Street” celebration, more than 30 middle school students, administrators and faculty members read original works and favorite literary pieces to peers and parents. Nicole Waldbauer, Director of ELA, Reading and Libraries, explained that the annual event is an opportunity for the district to celebrate literacy and the spoken and written word. ELA teacher Christine Hult added that the goal is to spread the love of words.

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  • NEW YORK STATE GEOGRAPHY BEE

    Aidan won the school wide Geo Bee on January 12, 2017. Besting 31 other contestants. He then took a written test and qualified for the NY State Geo Bee. On Friday, March 31, 2017 Aidan traveled to Albany where he faced off against other winners from throughout the state. He advanced to the tiebreaker round where he was eliminated.

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  • SCIENCE OLYMPIAD MEDALS FOR WANTAGH MS

    The middle school Science Olympiad, under the direction of Kristy Morgan, placed 21 out of 39 teams and received medals in five events during the Science Olympiad Regional Competition held at Kellenberg Memorial High School on March 18.

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  • MIDDLE SCHOOL PRESENTS "MARY POPPINS"

    Under the direction of Samantha Gordon, music director Peter Saladino and production manager Kimberly Davis, the middle school proudly presented an unforgettable rendition of the popular Broadway musical “Mary Poppins,” held in the high school auditorium on March 17 and 18.

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  • MAKING AN IRISH TRADITION

    The sweet smell of fresh bread wafted through the halls of the middle school as Anne Craven’s home and career students prepared and baked Irish soda bread to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. In preparation for their assignment, the students learned about the significance and evolution of each ingredient and Ms. Craven, whose family resides in Ireland, shared her experiences about her visits to the country.

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  • Inclement Weather Days

    Letter regarding 3/24, 5/25 and 5/26

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  • State Assessment Letter

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  • A HOOP HEALTHY CAUSE

    Middle School students collectively raised $7,000 for the American Heart Association’s annual Hoops for Heart event. Rachael Brite was the top fundraiser having collected $1,000.

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  • STUDENTS ATTEND PERFORMANCE BY U.S. AIR FORCE BY HERITAGE BRASS QUINTET

    High school and middle school band students attended a performance by the U.S. Air Force Heritage Brass Quintet, who were touring the tri-state area. Doug Jones (tuba), Michael Mannella (trombone), Mark Nixon (trumpet), Daniel Omer (French horn) and Jonathan Rattay (trumpet) played a mix of traditional and jazz music, spoke about their choice of instruments and noted the “form” of each musical number.

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DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Today Is Day 2          STUDENT BULLETIN   Monday, April 24, 2017

     

    Attention 7th Graders:  Come one, come all.  We are holding a fundraising meeting for your 8th grade dance on Wednesday, April 26 immediately after school in Mrs. Gatti's room!  All are welcome!

     

    Attention Computer Science Club: The computer science club will meet on Thursday, April 27 after school in room 447.

     

    Attention Smoke Signals: We will meet tomorrow at 3:05 in lab 405.

     

    Attention All Athletes: If you would like to order a copy of your team picture that was taken for the Memory Book, bring your order form and payment to Mrs. O’Connor in the school store any morning from 8:00 – 8:10 am by Thursday, May 4. See Mrs. O’Connor if you need an extra order form or download one from the Memory Book website.

     

    Attention All 8th Grade Students: Permission slips and payments for the 8th grade boat trip are due by Friday, May 5. Bring your permission slip and payment to Mrs. O’Connor in the school store any morning from 8:00 – 8:10 am by Friday, May 5. See Mrs. Longo or Mrs. O’Connor if you need an extra permission slip.

     

    Attention Video Club: We will meet Wednesday after school in room 318 with Mr. Heepe.

     

    Attention Italian Club: There will be an Italian Club meeting on Thursday, April 27th after school in room 332 with Mrs. Sellars. 

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