Wantagh Middle School

Wantagh Middle School

 
 
Faculty Olympics - after school on May 25
 

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  • Final Exam and Bus Schedule

    June 2016

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  • Memorial Day Announcement

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  • PERFECT SCORE

    Middle school eighth grader Lara Dunphy received a perfect score for her art portfolio submitted to the New York State Art Teachers Association’s Portfolio Project and Adjudication. The Portfolio Project provides evidence of student understanding and learning in the visual arts, and feedback is available for the student and teacher during the annual spring event.

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  • PATRIOTIC WRITING

    Wantagh Middle School seventh graders in Jennifer Turcinovic’s social studies classes participated in the Daughters of the American Revolution Jerusalem Chapter’s letter writing campaign to American servicemen and women currently serving the nation.

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  • WINNING NOTE CARD DESIGN SELECTED

    Seventh grader Margaret Gates was a top 10 winner in the Design-A-Card Contest sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. Her design will be made into note cards to raise scholarship money for the Judy Abrams/Margaret Fernandez National Examinations Scholarship Fund.

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  • ART WITH HEART

    The artwork of 10 middle school students was selected for viewing in the annual Long Island Art Teachers Association Art in HeART Exhibit, held in the Broadway Mall in Hicksville from March 27-April 27. In addition, students Margaret Gates, Katarina King and Helen Yao received Awards of Excellence for their art pieces.

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  • WANTAGH MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS JUMP, SHOOT, & SAVE

    Wantagh Middle School students participated in the school’s annual Hoops for Heart event to raise money for the American Heart Association through participation in physical education classes shooting contests. The students raised more than $7, 500 this year, ranking them among the top fundraising schools on Long Island. During the last 18 years, Wantagh Middle School has raised a total of $150,000 for the American Heart Association for medical research and educational programs to fight heart disease and stroke.

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  • SCIENCE OLYMPIAD TEAM EARNS MEDALS

    Wantagh Middle School Science Olympiad team members competed against 38 other teams during the Western Long Island Division B tournament at Wisdom Lane Middle School in Levittown on March 6. The team garnered medals in five events: Dynamic Planet, Reach for the Stars, Road Scholar, Meteorology and Bottle Rocket.

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  • TOPS IN GEOGRAPHY

    For the third consecutive year, middle school student William Hostetter will represent the district at the state-level National Geographic Bee, being held in Albany, on April 1. William qualified for the state-level bee after having won at the school level in January.

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  • A WORD ON THE STREET

    The district’s English language arts department hosted its first Word on the Street Literacy Celebration at the middle school, with more than 30 students and staff members reading original works and favorite literary pieces to peers and parents.

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DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Today Is Day 2          STUDENT BULLETIN   Thursday, May 26, 2016

     

     

    Attention All Students: Wantagh Theatre is holding a fundraiser at the Panera in Bellmore on Merrick Road. Please join us for dinner tonight between 4 and 8pm and a portion of what you spend will be donated to the Wantagh Theatre program. We hope to see you there!

     

    Attention Chess Club: The last chess club will be today, be there!

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