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Kindergarten Registration

If you have a child whose birthday falls between December 2, 2017 and December 1, 2018, he/she is eligible to be registered for kindergarten for the 2023 - 2024 school year. Please read the letter linked below and return the Kindergarten Information Sheet as directed in the letter. Completion of this form will ensure that you will be included in all correspondence regarding the 2023-2024 school year. For more information, please call the Wing Elementary School Main Office at 631-650-8450.


2023-2024 Kindergarten Welcome Letter (English) (en Español)

2023-2024 Kindergarten Information Sheet (English) (en Español )


START HERE: Kindergarten Registration Checklist

The following forms must be completed in order to register your child:

In addition, you must provide one of the following as proof of residency:

If you own your home:

  • A copy of the deed, mortgage statement, or tax bill.
  • A copy of a utility bill, or any bill with homeowner's name and address

If you rent in a private home:

  • Form A (en Español) and Form B (en Español) notarized
  • Renter - Attaches a copy of the lease or rental agreement and a utility bill, or any bill with renter's name and address.
  • Homeowner - Attaches a copy of their deed, mortgage statement, or tax bill.


If you rent in an apartment building/complex:

  • Form A (en Español) and Form B2 (en Español) notarized
  • Renter - Attaches a copy of the lease or rental agreement and a utility bill, or any bill with renter's name and address.
  • Homeowner -Fills out Form B2. Needs form notarized.

Wellness Week at Wing

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Congratulations to Islip's Night of Champions Honorees

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Islip Embraces Diversity on Multicultural Night

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The Islip School District celebrated the community’s diversity at the annual Multicultural Night on March 15, a special event featuring  cultural performances, various art displays, music and languages. Divided into two parts, the evening included readings from students and demonstrations of various cultural dances such as the Italian tarantella and Irish step dancing in the Islip High School auditorium. Following these presentations, attendees visited the school’s cafeteria, where they had the opportunity to interact with students and parents who displayed clothing, artifacts and other elements of their respective cultures, as well as participate in numerous activities including face painting and calligraphy.

“Tonight’s program is extensive, it is exciting, and it shows why it’s so important to embrace our diversity and celebrate all of the different cultures, heritages and languages that make up the Islip School District,” Superintendent Dr. Dennis P. O’Hara said.

“We are proud that Islip has 14 different languages and many cultures within our district,” said Rabia Hirji, Islip’s coordinator of ENL and world languages. “Our students have been learning about various holidays and cultures around the world from multicultural clubs in all our schools, and are very excited and proud to share what they have learned and to showcase all the beautiful displays they created.”


Date Added: 4/6/2023

Wing Welcomes Back Community Reader Day

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The beloved institution of Community Reader Day returned to Wing Elementary School on March 14 after several years absence due to the pandemic. The morning event, part of Wing’s Pick A Reading Partner program, features special guests visiting classrooms to read favorite books to excited students.

The 2023 guest readers included Islip Board of Education Vice President Tom Leggio and trustees Paul Austin, Matthew Clareen and Laura Rogacki; Superintendent Dr. Dennis P. O’Hara; Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Dr. Michael Giacchetto; Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter; Islip Town Receiver of Taxes Andy Wittman; and several of the district’s principals, coordinators, directors and teachers.  

“At Wing, we believe that creating a love of reading is essential to establishing lifelong learners,” Principal Catherine Glaser said. “We are so grateful that we could welcome our community readers back to the building this year and that so many members of our Islip community were as excited as we were about reading to our students. This was a truly special day enjoyed by our students, staff and guests.”

Date Added: 4/5/2023

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