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Manetuck Elementary School

800 Van Buren Avenue, West Islip, New York 11795
(631) 504-5640  FAX (631) 893-3356
vanessa williams

Ms. Vanessa Williams, Principal
Email: v.williams@wi.k12.ny.us


Principal's Secretaries: Ruth Mineo and Dorothy Rabin 
Nurse: Karen Arigoni (631) 504-5646

Kindergarten Registration: Tuesday, November 5 and Thursday, November 7, 2019

Pre-K Registration:  Tuesday, January 14, 2020

PTA President: Camille Newsom

Current News

Manetuck Hosts Fifth-Grade Volleyball Tournament

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Manetuck recently hosted a volleyball tournament for the district’s fifth graders, offering a healthy opportunity to learn teamwork.






 

West Islip Sends 14 Student-Artists to “Colors”

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Fourteen West Islip student-artists were selected for the 22nd annual “Colors of Long Island” student art exhibition at the Long Island Museum in Stony Brook, which highlights outstanding visual art created by students from Nassau and Suffolk counties. Their work will be on display through March 22.

Chosen were Bayview second graders Annabelle Saccante and Anna Weir, Bellew fourth graders Benjamin Constantine and Lola Gonzalez, Manetuck fourth graders Madeline Carman and Nina Oliveri, Oquenock fourth grader Julianne Hall and fifth grader Savannah Walsh, Beach Street sixth graders Julianne Arcoleo and Finn McGowan, Udall sixth grader Sofia Raucci and eighth grader Cassidy Scheben, and high school junior Connor Henry and senior Heidi Hudson.





Kindness Overflows at Manetuck

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Kindness was overflowing at Manetuck on Feb, 14, complementing the school’s celebration of P.S. I Love You Day with a special Cultivating Kindness assembly to spread the message of how one act of kindness can change the world.

The children heard stories about how kindness can be passed from one person to the next. Students from kindergarten through second grade learned about being kind and sharing smiles, while the group from third to fifth grade focused on doing regular random acts of kindness. The assembly also explained what bullying actually is and what to do to counteract it. 


Elementary Schools Introduce Keyboarding Without Tears

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All district elementary classrooms from kindergarten through fifth grade recently began using the Keyboarding Without Tears program, a curriculum resource that teaches typing, general computer readiness, and digital citizenship using grade-level content.





Kindergartners Learn to Harness iPad Tech

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In January, all kindergarten classrooms in the district received classroom iPad carts. Manetuck students in Kerri Ierardi’s class learned how to scan into ClassLink with their QR codes and type their first names with the help of teachers. They then completed a Nearpod lesson and “Time to Climb” game where they practiced spelling three and four-letter words on their iPads.