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Click here for links to all of the summer reading program information for each grade level
CLICK HERE to take a tour of the WSS Art Show!!!
Instrument Returns: Wednesday, June 10 Click on this link for more information
A Letter from Our Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, Rhonda Taylor
Please Read letter about online learning: Letter to Elementary Parents re Online Learning.pdf
Welcome to Walnut Street Elementary School where every student's educational, social and emotional needs are always our first priority. We hope that you will access these web pages to obtain the latest information concerning the programs and activities of our school. We will also be highlighting some of our students' and staff achievements throughout the year.
This is my fifth year as Principal of Walnut Street School. I have been at Walnut Street for the last twenty one years as a teacher and Assistant Principal. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at 516-918-2201.
Click here to see photos of the following WSS events:
Black History Month Assembly
Ties and Tiaras
Join the Walnut Street School Remind app by texting @walstreet to 81010
Contact teachers to join class and club pages
Our social worker, Quyen Rovner received the Hope for Youth 2018 Elizabeth Bass Golding Award for her work with the LIKE Mentoring Program. Way to go!!
At the District Multicultural Celebration on Saturday, April 28, students from all 5 elementary schools participated in an international fashion show.
Uniondale School District's Superintendent of Schools
The New York State Department of Education has issued guidance and resources to help students and their families deal with and combat harassment, bullying, and discrimination in light of recent immigration acts. This information can be located by clicking on this link.
In addition, click here for the NYSED letter detailing a school district's legal responsibility to educate all children who meet residency and age requirements regardless of immigration status
The increasing level of diversity in American society makes it necessary for individuals to broaden their understanding and acceptance of similarities and differences. Contributing members of society will be expected to use a myriad of technological, social, economic, political, and academic skills to problem solve, make decisions, and cope. Schools have a major role in helping to build and refine the skills individuals need to function in the complex and multi-faceted society of the future.
Uniondale School District recognizes that all children are unique and must be guided to realize their full academic and social potential in a secure and stimulating environment.
Therefore, the Uniondale School District, its Board of Education, staff, students, parents, and community members, as stakeholders in the shared decision-making process, is committed to developing educational excellence and will ensure that students:
Summer Programming at the Uniondale Public Library
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