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Welcome to Mandalay Elementary School!

Mandalay Elementary School is dedicated to the achievement of academic excellence, the development of social skills, and the building of character, responsibility and self-esteem through the cooperation of home, school and community.




ParentSquare Updates

February Newsletter

  March 4th-8th  PARP Week *see calendar for details* March 4th  Window closes to sign-up for Parent-Teacher Conferences March 5th  Book . . . Read More

Western Wednesday

"Western Wednesday" with some Country Music in the café.   This makes me smile- love the western attire and the dance moves to Cotton Eye Joe by our kindergartners and first graders, led by Mrs. Ma . . . Read More

January Newsletter

  February 5th PTA Meeting  Mandalay Café 7:30 p.m. February 12th  Window opens to sign-up for March Parent-Teacher Conferences February . . . Read More

Incoming 6th Grade Parent Orientation

Dear 5th Grade Parents, Please click the below invitation to our Wantagh Middle School 6th Grade Parent Orientation which is scheduled for Monday, January 22, 2024 at 7:00 p.m. in the High School A . . . Read More

Mandalay School Highlights

High School Students Shine Bright as Teacher Shadows

The groundhog did not see its shadow on Feb. 2, but elementary teachers throughout their Wantagh School District saw theirs. About 30 students from Wantagh High School spent a few hours learning . . . Read More

Over 80 Wantagh Families Attend Elementary Wantagh Family Literacy Night

Elementary Wantagh Family Literacy Night returned this with over 80 families from throughout all three elementary school in attendance. . . . Read More

Mandalay Students Hand Out Compliments

Kindness is a part of daily life at Mandalay Elementary School in the Wantagh School District. To celebrate National Compliment Day on Jan. 24, students learned a meaningful way they can be kind to on . . . Read More

Storytelling Comes to Life on Student’s Painted Faces

Watching a story come to life on TV or on a movie screen is one thing, but seeing it come to life on the faces of students in real time is another thing. Mandalay students enjoyed an assembly by . . . Read More


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