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    Mr. John C. McNamara

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WELCOME TO WANTAGH SCHOOLS!

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    DUE TO THE TIE VOTE WHICH OCCURRED ON MAY 21, 2019 BETWEEN TWO CANDIDATES FOR A SEAT ON THE BOARD OF EDUCATION, A SPECIAL RUN-OFF ELECTION FOR THAT BOARD SEAT WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 2019 FROM 7 A.M. TO 9 P.M. AT WANTAGH HIGH SCHOOL
     
     
     
    Congratulations to the Class of 2019!
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    Thank you Wantagh Community for supporting our school budget!
     
    School Budget May 2019 Results:
     
    Proposition to Adopt Annual Budget:
    Budget Approved/Presupuesto Aprodado Yes - 1493
    Budget Defeated/Presupuesto derrotado No - 447
    77% passing rate

    Candidates for Board of Education Trustees: (Vote for Two)
    Candidatos para miembros de la Junta de Educación: (Vote por dos)
    *Kera McLoughlin – Vote Totals 977
    **Peter Mountanos – Vote Totals 927
    **Laura Reich – Vote Totals 927
    Tara Cassidy – Vote Totals 827
     
    *Elected (fideicomisarios electos)
    **Tied for second open seat and will compete in a runoff special election on June 26, 2019. 

     

     
    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

Headlines

  • WANTAGH STUDENTS CELEBRATE FLAG DAY AND A SCHOOL BIRTHDAY

    The district’s elementary schools were a sea of red, white and blue as Forest Lake, Mandalay and Wantagh elementary school students celebrated Flag Day on June 14. Flag Day commemorates the adoption of the American flag in 1777 by resolution of the Second Continental Congress and is a time to reflect on the importance of this patriotic symbol.

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  • WANTAGH CLASS OF 2019 LEAVES LEGACY OF STRENGTH AND CHARACTER

    The district’s 64th annual commencement exercises took place on Lawrence Field on June 14, as 242 graduates processed to their seats as the high school band, under the baton of director Danilo Aviles, played “Pomp and Circumstance.”

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  • CROSSING OVER TO NEW ACADEMIC CHALLENGES

    Wantagh Middle School faculty and parents joined in celebrating the advancement of 229 eighth grade students, who will meet more rigorous academic challenges upon entrance into high school, during the annual Crossing-Over Ceremony held on June 7 at the high school.

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  • NANCY O’CONNOR NAMED BUSINESS EDUCATION TEACHER OF THE YEAR

    The District is proud to announce that the Long Island Business Teachers Association has named middle and high school business teacher Nancy O’Connor as the Business Education Teacher of the Year. Ms. O’Connor was recognized during the annual awards ceremony attended by more than 150 Long Island teachers and students, held at the Wind Watch and Golf Country Club in Hauppauge on May 22.

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  • DISTRICT CELEBRATES AWARD-WINNING JUNIORS

    The Wantagh High School Guidance Department held its annual Junior Class Awards Program in the library and media center on May 31. Under the coordination of school counselor Margaret Swanson, the program afforded the school the opportunity to recognize members of the junior class who demonstrated academic success and made contributions to the school and community.

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  • PATRIOTIC PENMANSHIP

    It was a day of patriotism for Wantagh Middle School students who were winners in the annual Memorial Day Writing Contest, sponsored by American Legion Post 1273. During the contest, students were required to write an essay that completes the thought, “This Memorial Day, it is more important now than ever to…” The winners were invited to march in the annual community Memorial Day parade and were then recognized at the American Legion Post for their winning essays.

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  • WANTAGH MS RECOGNIZED AS A ‘NO PLACE FOR HATE’ SCHOOL

    For the second consecutive year, the Anti-Defamation League has recognized Wantagh Middle School as one of the nation’s 1,600 No Place for Hate schools. This prestigious designation was accomplished through the sponsorship of activities that promote acceptance, tolerance and kindness on campus and by sending a clear message throughout the school that all students have a place to belong.

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  • WANTAGH’S TOP ACHIEVERS RECOGNIZED DURING SENIOR AWARDS

    The district’s top seniors were recognized for their scholarship, community service, overcoming hardships and enthusiasm for extracurricular activities during the annual senior awards ceremony, held in the high school auditorium on May 29.

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  • WANTAGH STUDENTS ARE WINNERS IN IRISH CULTURAL SOCIETY CONTEST

    Eight Wantagh High School students were prize winners in the Martin J. Kelly Writing Contest of the Irish Cultural Society. The annual contest is open to all Nassau County students in grades 9-12.

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  • LEAD2FEED STUDENT CHALLENGE WINNERS DONATE FUNDS

    Wantagh Middle School’s Lead2Feed Student Challenge national grand prizewinners, EsSCENTial Melts, met with representatives of the Born This Way Foundation to donate a $10,000 check to the organization which works to enhance the mental health awareness of young people and to assist in building a kinder and braver world.

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