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wenonah school frontWenonah Elementary School

251 Hudson Ave
Lake Grove, NY 11755
Principal: Christine DiPaola
Principal's Aide: Thomas Lipani
Secretaries: Mrs. McCusker & Mrs. Manning
Phone: (631) 471-1880
School Hours: 8:45 am -3:15 pm

Wenonah Bell Schedule
9:00 - Arrival
3:12 - Dismissal


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Wenonah is a Great Place to Learn:

Wenonah is one of twelve elementary schools that help comprise the Sachem Central School District located on Long Island, New York. Wenonah was built in 1967 and serves the Lake Grove, Lake Ronkonkoma, and Nesconset Communities. Please feel free to browse our pages to learn more about our exciting school.

Sachem School District's Mission:

The mission of the Sachem School community is to graduate students who will be motivated, respectful, life-long learners, well prepared to succeed and contribute to their society.

A competent, enthusiastic staff, in cooperation with parents and community members, will provide a challenging, comprehensive, relevant curriculum in a safe, nurturing environment.

Wenonah's Mission:

The mission of Wenonah is to provide a developmentally appropriate curriculum under the guidance of an informed, caring, enthusiastic community in a flexible environment.


In the News

Wenonah Celebrates Flag Day With Patriotic Display

Wenonah Celebrates Flag Day With Patriotic Display
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Friends and family recently gathered at Wenonah Elementary School’s cafetorium for a patriotic ceremony and a presentation by third grade students honoring the extensive history and heritage of the American flag. 

As part of the patriotic display, students dressed in red, white and blue read poetry that included facts about the American flag. Students also performed a collection of patriotic songs such as the national anthem, “Yankee Doodle Dandy” and “God Bless America.” 

Concluding the ceremony, a group of students performed a flag-folding display before students exited the cafetorium to the song “You’re a Grand Old Flag.”

Making Connections Through Conductivity

Making Connections Through Conductivity

A study of conductive materials connected directly to coding for fourth grade students in Lenore Lounsbury’s class at Wenonah Elementary School.

As part of the hands-on activity, students paired up to use the Makey Makey kits and explore materials that are conductive, such as carrots, celery and Play-Doh. Adding an additional component to the activity, students connected the Makey Makey kits to laptop computers where they used the Scratch coding software to animate a character. 

Using both technology components, students were able to code their character to complete a series of movements and commands using the wired circuits they created with the Makey Makey kits.