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Udall Road Middle School

900 Udall Road, West Islip, New York 11795
(631) 930-1650  FAX (631) 893-3301

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Dr. Daniel Marquardt,  Principal
Email: d.marquardt@wi.k12.ny.us

Ms. Robyn Southard, Assistant Principal
Email: r.southard@wi.k12.ny.us

Principal's Secretary:  Lois VanMeurs
Assistant Principal's Secretary: Donna Cama

Nurse:  Suzanne O'Connor (631) 930-1670
School Hours: 8:05 am - 2:38 pm
Grades 6-8

PTA President: Sam Coppola


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Udall Middle Schoolers Learn Leadership at Sayville Conference

Udall Middle Schoolers Learn Leadership at Sayville Conference
Students at Udall recently attended a leadership conference at Sayville Middle School.  

Undefeated Udall – Field Hockey Team Finishes Season 10-0

Undefeated Udall – Field Hockey Team Finishes Season 10-0
The field hockey team at Udall recently ended the season undefeated, finishing with an outstanding 10-0 record.

A Second Successful Color Run for West Islip

A Second Successful Color Run for West Islip

More than 700 members of the community joined in the fantastic fun at the second annual West Islip Health and Wellness Alliance Color Run. The Color Run helps the Alliance fulfill its goal to reduce substance abuse among local youth, to create a strong collaboration within the community and to cultivate healthy attitudes and behaviors.

“This year’s Color Run was another success story,” said Tim Horan, the district’s director of health, physical education, athletics, recreation, and family and consumer science. “Students, children, parents, families, community groups, teachers and administrators braved the winds and had a blast. My special thanks go out to all the volunteers for their efforts, as it couldn’t happen without their help.”

Sixth-Grade Scientists at Udall Prove Air Is Matter

Sixth-Grade Scientists at Udall Prove Air Is Matter
Sixth-Grade Scientists at Udall Prove Air Is Matter 2
Sixth-Grade Scientists at Udall Prove Air Is Matter 3

Students in James Wood’s sixth-grade science class at Udall recently completed experiments to prove that the air in the earth’s atmosphere is matter. For one experiment, the class used a solar bag to demonstrate that air takes up space and expands when warmed. The solar bag’s air was heated and the bag rose to an altitude of approximately 30 feet.

“If not for the wind that day, the bag would have risen over 100 feet,” said Wood.