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Welcome to Wantagh Union Free School District!

Through a commitment to educational excellence in a secure, supportive environment, the Wantagh Public Schools shall inspire students
to develop a strong sense of individual worth and respect for others, to become lifelong learners and independent thinkers,
and to fulfill themselves as concerned citizens in a diverse world.


“Engaging all students in partnership with family and community to become informed, compassionate, global citizens.”


School Budget vote thank you

Thank you to everyone in the Wantagh community for passing the 2024-2025 school budget vote. Your support makes a difference for our students, faculty, and staff. We look forward to working together for their continued success!


2024-2025 School Budge Results:

Budget - 1390 to 445 (Passed)

Proposition #2 Expenditure from Capital Reserve Fund: 1423 to 393 (Passed)

Proposition #3 Establishment of a new Capital Reserve Fund: 1389 to 421 (Passed)

Trustee Anthony Greco Re-elected - 1402


Mascot Update

District Safety Plan 2023-24

Proposed District Safety Plan 2024-25

Public Comment on Proposed District Safety Plan 2024-25 Open Until July 1, 2024

District Approved Technology Programs


Audit Committee meeting, Wednesday, June 12th at 12 p.m. in the District Administrative Office.

Board of Education Business/Regorganization Meeting, Tuesday, July 2nd at 8 p.m. in the high school auditorium.

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Wantagh Elementary Fifth Graders Launch Their Rockets

As rockets soared high above the baseball fields on Beech Street, there were “oohs” and “ahhs” from Wantagh Elementary School’s fifth grade students, as well as dozens of parents who came out to watch . . . Read More

Mandalay Students Manage Their Minds and Bodies

The dimmed lights and soft music helped students get into a peaceful headspace at Mandalay Elementary School in the Wantagh School District on June 6. A yoga session taught youngsters in grades 2-5 . . . Read More

Third Grade Animal Presentations Fosters Love for Research

Each year, third grade students are tasked with a research project from start to finish with absolutely no help from their parents. This year’s assignment was to research an animal of their choosing. . . . Read More

Environmental Science Students Help Place Oyster Reefs with Town of Hempstead

Dressed in wading boots and waterproof overalls, Wantagh High School students are taking an active role in environmental conservation by participating in an oyster reef restoration project . . . Read More

Heather Sheridan Wins Nassau STANYS Outstanding Science Student Award

Heather Sheridan was honored with the Nassau STANYS Outstanding Science Student Award for her exceptional work in geology and invasive species, as well as her research at the Jones Beach Energy . . . Read More

Scholarships and Awards Galore for Wantagh Seniors

With graduation less than a month away, it’s celebration season for Wantagh High School’s Class of 2024. On May 28, more than 80 students and their parents gathered for senior awards night . . . Read More

Drama Students Shine in On-Screen Debut

Wantagh High School freshmen Sarah Garbowski, Dylan Loveland and Emily Williams are familiar with the work that is needed to put on a show. But for an assignment in their Advanced Dramatics class . . . Read More

Quails Arrive At Wantagh Elementary

Wantagh Elementary School students recently welcomed baby northern bobwhite quails. The citizen scientist project was through the Quails in the Classroom program hosted by the Long Island-based Center . . . Read More