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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.







Islip’s Youngest Performers Impress at Wing Winter Showcase Concerts

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The spirit and sounds of the season were on display at Wing Elementary School during two heartwarming Winter Showcase concerts, performed by kindergartners on Jan. 18 and first graders on Jan. 19. A zippy rendition of the beloved “Hot Chocolate” from the 2004 film “The Polar Express” was among the many highlights presented by the district’s youngest singers.

“The incredible performances we saw last week were the result of a collaborative schoolwide effort,” Director of Fine and Performing Arts Michael Hershkowitz said. “Our students not only had the chance to show off their hard work for their families, but they got to experience the thrill of being on stage for a real performance.”

“Thank you to our wonderful staff for their hard work preparing our students for our concerts and to our loving caregivers who joined us that week,” Principal Catherine Glaser said.   

Date Added: 1/23/2023





Wing First Graders Give Back With Bologna for Bethany House

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First graders in Justin Lollo’s class at Wing Elementary School continued an annual tradition of goodwill and giving back, taking time on Dec. 20 to make 196 bologna sandwiches that were then donated to the Bethany House shelter at St. Patrick Church in Bay Shore. As in previous years, Grilli’s Gourmet Deli in Islip donated several pounds of bologna for the students to use in assembling the sandwiches.

“Every year I discuss the importance of being good citizens in our community with my students,” Lollo said. “One of the ways we can give back to our community is by donating to those who are less fortunate than we are. The purpose of this activity is for students to actively take part in helping to feed the hungry. This was the most sandwiches made by one class since I started working at Wing, and my students learned the valuable lesson of doing something good for others and serving those in need in our local community.”

Date Added: 1/10/2023