Wantagh Elementary School

Wantagh Elementary School

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    Dr. Randee Bonagura

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  • ELA CREATIVE EXPRESSION

    Science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics were infused into English language arts lessons at Wantagh Elementary School. Fifth-grade students in Traci Weiss’ class participated in a STEAM activity related to R.J. Palacio’s “Wonder” and a reading buddy activity with Patty Magaloff’s kindergarten students.

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  • HANDS ON LEARNING THROUGH MAKERSPACE

    During a fun-filled evening of creativity, Wantagh Elementary School students and their families explored the various science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics activities showcased during the school’s annual Maker Fair.

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  • ALL ABOARD THE YANKEE III

    Fifth-grade students in Traci Weiss’ class at Wantagh Elementary School tied in an instructional unit on oceanography to the study of photosynthesis onboard the Captree fleet’s Yankee III.

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  • DEFINING A PROBLEM, IMAGINING A SOLUTION

    At Wantagh Elementary School, fifth-grade students in Traci Weiss’ class thought like engineers to create a new technology for a defined problem. The activity took place during the school’s science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics class where students utilized imagination, communication and collaboration skills to fix individual problems such as pencils falling off desks, patching holes in clothing, preventing cuts while searching for a utensil and more.

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  • ENGINEERING A BETTER LUNCHBOX

    Mushed sandwiches, cracked chips and leaking drinks are a thing of the past as second-grade students in Colleen Conway’s STEAM class at Wantagh Elementary School utilized engineering skills and the design process to build a better lunchbox.

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  • WANTAGH ELEMENTARY STUDENTS ASSIST IN TICK CONTROL

    Wantagh Elementary’s fourth-grade students utilized their English language arts, mathematics and science skills to assist in the hatching of bobwhite quail, which are used by environmental agencies to control the tick population on Long Island.

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  • WANTAGH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS EXCEED THEIR PHILANTHROPY GOAL

    During the May 4 Board of Education meeting, Wantagh Elementary School Student Council members were recognized for their participation and collection of more than $5,000 during the Pennies for Patients campaign. Under the direction of advisers Mary Ko and Angela Savella, the students exceeded their $3,000 collection goal for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and learned the importance of philanthropy.

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  • REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE

    Every day is Earth Day at Wantagh Elementary School as kindergarten students in Sarah Danziger’s class reused various plastic containers to create planters for flowers and vegetables. Under the direction of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics) teacher Kaitlin Dayton, the students learned that taking something old and making it into something new is the perfect way to recycle.

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  • STUDENTS CREATE DIGITAL STORIES

    In celebration of Dr. Seuss’ birthday on March 2, Wantagh Elementary School first- and second-graders in Henry Chiu’s computer class learned about digital storytelling and the process of creating a video.

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  • BOOKS COME TO LIFE

    In recognition of Dr. Seuss’ March 2 birthday and in celebration of Wantagh Elementary School’s annual Parents as Reading Partners event, students dressed as a favorite book character. The week’s activities also included a PTA book fair, Read a Shirt Day, Poem in Your Pocket Day and opportunities to dress in crazy socks and pajamas.

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