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The district is pleased to announce that the artwork of high school students Keiran Douglas, Cristina Paier, Caitlyn Parisi, Lauren Salerno and Athena Yao has been selected for inclusion in the 2018 Nassau County High School Student Juried Exhibit at The Art Guild at Elderfields in Manhasset.
The District has filled two administrative positions with talented faculty, effective Nov. 5. Nick Pappas, a Manhasset resident, will now serve as assistant principal at Wantagh High School. Prior to his appointment, Mr. Pappas served as district mentor for probationary teachers in the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District, where he led teacher workshops in lesson plan design, data analysis, questioning techniques, the use of formative assessments and mindfulness practices.
During the Oct. 18 public meeting of the Board of Education, members of the PTA organizations and the student body honored the trustees for their volunteer service to the district and community. Board Recognition Week is an annual celebration sponsored by the New York State School Boards Association, which honors the trustees’ commitment to public education
Graduation is months away, but Wantagh High School announced Samantha Minars and Andriana Patmanidis as the Class of 2019’s valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively. Keeping with Warrior tradition, the students were congratulated during the morning announcements, and while accompanied with parents and faculty, took an official photo in front of the school sign as it flashed the good news.
Residents who attend the Board of Education’s monthly meetings will learn firsthand about high school happenings through reports delivered by student representatives Katie Browne and Melanie Volz.
The photographic works of 20 of the high school’s finest photographers, under the direction of teacher Patricia Beary, were displayed alongside other professional artists in the Explorations in Pinhole Photography Exhibit, held at the Long Island Children’s Museum’s KaleidoZone Gallery from July 31 to Labor Day.
The excessive heat did not wilt the spirits of students who toted their backpacks full of school supplies to start the 2018-19 school year on Sept. 4.
The district welcomed new faculty during the annual New Teacher Orientation Program held on Aug. 22-27. Superintendent of Schools John McNamara and Assistant Superintendent for Instruction Dr. Marc Ferris introduced the new faculty to administrators, who discussed the district’s programs and policies, technology, benefits, expectations and more.