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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: 9:15 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.

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

Student Activity Honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Student Activity Honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. photo
Empathy was on the mind of students throughout Wenonah Elementary School recently as students participated in a two-week kindness challenge in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

As part of the character education curriculum at Wenonah, students took part in the Kindness and Justice Challenge that included multiple activities aimed to foster an inclusive learning environment. During Mismatched Shoe Day, students wore two different shoes to school to generate conversation on seeing things from the perspective of someone else. 
Other special themed activities that occurred during the week included Backwards Day when students wore a shirt backwards to represent that once something hurtful is said it can’t be taken back. During an activity named Mix It Up, students were assigned to sit at a different table during their lunch period and make conversation with a student they didn’t know. The activity was a valuable opportunity for students to meet new people and make new friends.  

Faculty and staff also took part in the challenge by participating in the Mix It Up activity. Teachers sat with colleagues they don’t normally sit with at a recent staff breakfast. 


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