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    Mr. John C. McNamara

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Headlines

  • WANTAGH HS SENIOR GARNERS GLOBAL MAGAZINE ART HONORS

    Wantagh High School senior Athena Yao was one of 10 recipients of a 2019 Skipping Stones Youth Honor Award presented by “Skipping Stones” magazine for promoting art with an understanding of cultural diversity. In addition, the recently-named and talented Congressional Art Competition winner was profiled in the Autumn 2019 edition of the magazine in an article titled “Athena Yao’s Art,” which discusses through her artwork a search for identity in the midst of adolescence.

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  • MEET THE DISTRICT’S 2019-20 VALEDICTORIAN AND SALUTATORIAN

    Graduation is months away, but Wantagh High School announced Travis Minutoli and Athena Yao as the Class of 2020’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.

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  • MIDDLE SCHOOL HONORS ACADEMY RESEARCHES THE PAST

    Wantagh Middle School students enrolled in the district’s new Honors Academy are learning about the history of their community. The seventh grade students have been assigned an extensive research project that will put their newly acquired research skills to use.

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  • MANDALAY ELEMENTARY OPENS HELPING HANDS FOOD PANTRY

    Mandalay has opened its new Helping Hands food pantry, located in the elementary school. The pantry will assist needy families in the school community, but the broader goal is to service the entire district community, elementary guidance counselor Donna Shulman and third grade teacher Stacey Vespe said.

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  • ALL ABOUT APPLES

    The aroma of freshly cooked apples and cinnamon wafted through Forest Lake classrooms as kindergarten students assisted their teachers with making homemade apple sauce. Using a Foley mill, each student took turns churning the wedge to separate the skin from the meat of the apple and then tasted the fruit of their labor.

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  • TOP RECOGNITIONS FOR STUDENT-MUSICIANS

    Wantagh High School student-musicians William Hostetter (French horn), Catherine Hanauer (harp) and Katriana Koppe (vocalist/soprano) were selected to participate in the New York State School Music Association’s Winter All-State Conference, to be held in Rochester on Dec. 5-8.

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  • START WITH HELLO

    The painful and overwhelming feeling of being left out, lonely and invisible is dissipating for many Wantagh Elementary School students due to participation in the school’s Start with Hello Program. Sponsored by the national Sandy Hook Promise nonprofit organization, students throughout the country from Sept. 23-27 worked to create a culture of inclusiveness and one that values each individual.

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  • ATHENA YAO IS NAMED A NATIONAL MERIT SEMIFINALIST

    The district is pleased to announce that high school senior Athena Yao was named one of the nation’s 16,000 National Merit Scholarship Program Semifinalists in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship Program competition. Athena will continue to compete for one of 7,500 National Merit Scholarships, which altogether total more than $31 million and which will be announced later this spring.

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  • IN-HOUSE COLLEGE SHOP

    Wantagh High School students took steps toward planning their academic futures through attendance at the district’s first of three college mini-fairs, held on Sept. 10. Director of Guidance Frank Muzio said 50 representatives set up tables in the gymnasium with information about national and regional colleges and universities for students exploring options after graduation.

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  • SMOOTH OPENING FOR 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR

    Bright yellow buses and a cool fall morning were the backdrop for a successful school opening. Students at all of the district’s schools toted their backpacks full of school supplies and entered the buildings with smiles on their faces as they greeted teachers to start the 2019-2020 school year on Sept. 3.

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