7:00 PM WMS Orchestra Concert
PICTURE RETAKES IS NOVEMBER 14 during lunch
Wantagh Business, career and technical education teacher Nancy O’Connor is the recipient of a $500 2019 Business Teachers Association of New York State Innovations Grant. The award will be used to fund iPad floor stands for the high school’s Virtual Enterprise trade shows.
There was no hindering the excitement of incoming sixth grade students and their parents, who attended the middle school’s sixth grade orientation and picnic, held on Aug. 29. After picking up their schedules at the front door, the students attended a brief meeting with new principal Anthony Ciuffo, who gave them the rundown on the school’s expectations.
here was no hindering the excitement of incoming sixth grade students and their parents, who attended the middle school’s sixth grade orientation and picnic, held on Aug. 29. After picking up their schedules at the front door, the students attended a brief meeting with new principal Anthony Ciuffo, who gave them the rundown on the school’s expectations.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Today is Day 1 STUDENT BULLETIN Monday, December 9, 2019
Attention Computer Science Club: We will meet in room 447 right after school on Thursday, December 12th.
Attention ALL Students: The pretzels are coming; the pretzels are coming!! Hot pretzels will be sold on Wednesday, December 11 for $2:00 outside the gym at 3:02. Get there fast and get them while they’re hot 😊.
Attention ALL Students: Ms. Babcock’s first two rehearsals for The Winter Winds are this week: Tuesday and Wednesday after school! If you’re excited to play holiday music for your friends, we’ll see you tomorrow and/or Wednesday in the band room!
Attention ALL Students: The B.E.S.T club will be collecting toys for the yearly toy drive through December 13th. Let’s make this the best holiday season for children in need! All donated toys should be new and unwrapped. Any questions please see Mrs. Holden or Mrs. Vetter.
Attention BEST Club: Our next meeting will be Wednesday, December 11 in room 437. We will be wrapping toys from the toy drive. Bring any toy drive permission slips with you to the meeting if you are interested in helping deliver the toys.
Attention all 7th and 8th grade winter I athletes! If you would like to purchase a copy of your team picture that was taken for the yearbook, bring your order form and payment to Mrs. O’Connor in the school store between 8:00-8:10 am by December 18.
Attention All Students: There will be an Italian Club meeting on Thursday, December 12 in room 312 with Signora Sellars.