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Toys and Coats to Warm Hearts During the Holidays
The Wantagh Elementary School student council, under the direction of adviser Lauren Mulry, ran a Coats for Kids drive and a Toys for Tots toy drive the week of Dec. 7-11. The council members advertised the drives with colorful posters throughout the school
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Plush with Gratitude
Wantagh Elementary School student council organized activities during the month of November so that the school community could demonstrate their appreciation for veterans and members of the armed services in recognition of Veterans Day.
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Going Gold for the Cause
Wantagh Elementary School students and staff donned gold on Sept. 25 to support National Pediatric Cancer Awareness Day, which is sponsored by Go 4 the Goal and the American Childhood Cancer Organization. The students wore their school colors, black and gold, to raise awareness of children battling cancer.
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Student-Artists Participate in Viral Getty Challenge
With museums closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, art museums throughout the world are providing opportunities for patrons to browse their collections online. The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles went one step further by asking viewers to choose a masterpiece and to re-enact the work at home in an activity called the Getty Challenge.
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Project Thank You
Words of thanks can go a long way, as Wantagh Elementary School fourth graders in Samantha Barrett’s class have learned. The community conscience students joined their teacher in a campaign called Project Thank You, demonstrating their appreciation to local firefighters and healthcare workers at Cohen Children’s Medical Center and Elmhurst Hospital, who have served on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic each day.
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Compliments Are Worth Their Weight in Gold
Elizabeth Shevlin’s second grade class at Wantagh Elementary knows that kind words can make the difference in their overall outlook. In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, the students participated in a joint art and English language arts activity writing compliments to one another.
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