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    DISTRICT TO HOST 2019-20 BUDGET WORKSHOPS
     
    The Wantagh School District will be offering four separate 2019-20 budget workshops for all community residents.  There will be three evening workshops on Monday, March 11, Monday, March 18, and Monday, April 8, starting at 7 p.m. in the Wantagh High School cafeteria.  For those unable to attend the evening workshops, a morning budget workshop will take place on Wednesday, April 10 starting at 10 a.m. in the Wantagh Public Library Community Room.
     
    It's time to register for our Adult Ed programs! Adult Education Brochure 2019

    A REMINDER ABOUT PARENT PORTAL: 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 UFSD Safety Plan 2018-19

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  • DISTRICT WELCOMES ANTHONY CEDRONE

    The District has appointed Anthony J. Cedrone as assistant superintendent for business, effective July 1. Mr. Cedrone will replace Adriana Silver, who has served as the district’s business official since 2013. A Wantagh resident, Mr. Cedrone joins Wantagh from the Carle Place Union Free School District, where he served as assistant superintendent for business since 2007.

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  • WANTAGH HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE TO PRESENT FOOTLOOSE

    Come cut loose with Wantagh High School’s musical production! The ‘80’s pop dynamo “Footloose” will take the stage on March 20th – 23rd at 7:30, with a matinee performance on March 23rd at 2:00. Tickets available now at https://search.seatyourself.biz/webstore/accounts/wantaghhs/buy-tix?d=0! Come cut loose – FOOTLOOSE!!

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  • WANTAGH STUDENTS EXHIBIT ARTWORK AT ALL-COUNTY FORUM

    The artwork of 36 of the district’s finest student-artists was selected to hang at the Art Supervisors Association’s 15th annual Nassau All-County Art Exhibit, held at Farmingdale State College’s Roosevelt Hall on March 10. In addition, Wantagh High School senior John Leahy was named a senior scholarship winner.

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  • WANTAGH HS LAUDS TOP ARTISTS

    The Wantagh High School art department is pleased to announce that 17 students, under the direction of teachers Jacqueline Gallo and Danielle Macumber, have received 19 regional awards in the 2019 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards contest, presented by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers.

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  • ALL ABOUT SEUSS

    There was an abundance of excitement in kindergarten classrooms at Mandalay Elementary as students celebrated the birthday of iconic author Dr. Seuss. In addition to wearing crazy hats and reading a multitude of Dr. Seuss books, students rotated at fun, Seuss-themed stations on March 8.

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  • STUDENT-JOURNALISTS GARNER QUILL AWARDS

    Wantagh Warrior reporter Jessica Nealon and news editor Jillian Laino garnered a coveted a second place for best photograph and an honorable mention for best sports story, respectively, during Adelphi University’s Press Day journalism contest, held on Feb. 6. Jessica and Jillian join a host of high school student-journalists for the 15th consecutive year who have received Quill Awards for their reporting talents, adviser Peter Kravitz said.

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  • 100 DAYS SMARTER

    The district’s elementary school students celebrated the first 100 days of school on Feb. 12 with English language arts, mathematics and art activities. Students and staff at Forest Lake, Mandalay and Wantagh elementary schools demonstrated their enthusiasm for this momentous occasion by wearing T-shirts decorated with 100 items and dressing up as 100-year-olds.

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  • READING ALOUD WITH THE WORLD

    Throughout the District, students paired off in groups to read to one another or listened to a variety of fiction and nonfiction pieces read by faculty and administrators during the annual World Read Aloud Day on Feb. 1.

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  • STUDENTS COLLECT TOILETRIES FOR THE HOMELESS

    Collecting items for those less fortunate did not stop during the holiday season for Wantagh Elementary School student council members. Under the direction of adviser Danielle Pisciotti, the student council members hosted a toiletry drive for the Long Island Coalition for the Homeless.

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  • WADDLE LIKE A PENGUIN

    It may have been the coldest day of winter in Wantagh, but Forest Lake kindergarten penguins kept warm during various activities during their annual Penguin Day celebration. For the past several weeks the students have studied the Emperor, Little Blue, Macaroni and Rock Hopper penguins through English language arts, science and math activities.

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