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Nine of the District’s top string musicians in grades 5-12 were selected to participate in the Long Island String Festival Association concerts held on Nov. 17-19 (secondary division) and March 2-4 (intermediate division). The students were selected based on last year’s New York State School Music Association scores and teacher recommendations.
The Jerusalem Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recognized Wantagh High School junior Megan Fehling as a first-place winner in the New York State Christopher Columbus Essay Contest. In addition, Wantagh Middle School eighth-grader Juliana Rose and seventh-grader Jason LaPadula are winners in the regional 2017-2018 DAR American History Essay Contest.
The collective music of 150 Wantagh School District student-musicians’ instruments resonated throughout the halls of the high school during the district’s 12th annual band day held on Jan. 27. Supervisor of Fine and Performing Arts Kelly Jones explained, “Band Day is an excellent way for the students to become acquainted with the middle school and high school teachers and to realize what they have to look forward to.”
The District is pleased to announce that 14 elementary and 21 secondary student-musicians participated in the Nassau Music Educators Association All-County festivals, held at the Tilles Center for the performing Arts in January. Selection was based on the students’ individual New York State School Music Association evaluation scores and teacher recommendations.
Fifth-graders at Forest Lake, Mandalay and Wantagh elementary schools crafted their own weather reports using a green screen and iPad. The students took liberties with their reports filled with coverage on blizzards, deluges and hurricanes and then recorded and watched these reports on DoInk, an educational technology application, which provides powerful tools for students to create advanced animations.