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Wading River School (Gr. 3-5)

Louis P. Parrinello, Principal


1900 Wading River Manor Rd. Main Office: (631) 821-8254
Wading River, NY 11792 Nurse:  (631) 821- 8256
Hours: 8:50am - 2:50pm
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Welcome to Wading River's Home on the Web.  This year offers our students a historic and wonderful adventure, filled with rich learning experiences. There is so much to highlight, from learning about how caterpillars transform into butterflies to making new discoveries every day by unlocking the mysteries of reading, mathematical reasoning, and scientific exploration; our youngsters grow so much. All the while, they will write and publish stories, learning how to articulate and expand their thoughts, ideas, and insights with the world.

I appreciate all the time, effort and sharing the teachers, parents, community and students have given to make Wading River such a warm place to learn. A special thank you to our PTA for their generosity in the many ways they volunteer their time and talents for our students.

Thank you for your ongoing support of the teaching and learning at Wading River School. I wish you and your family a year filled with new experiences, family, friends, and learning opportunities that will be used as a springboard for success throughout your child's lifetime.

For those stopping by for a virtual visit of our school, if you have any questions or wish to have an in-person tour arranged, feel free to contact me at your convenience so you may see firsthand some of the exemplary work our students, teachers and staff engage in each day.


Louis P. Parrinello




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Proudly Presenting Personal Narratives!

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Ms. Melissa Levonick’s fifth grade class used a checklist and the theme of show, don’t tell when they each created a personal narrative. The students’ work in a recent writing unit resulted in stories with vivid descriptions, much emotion, structure, pacing and other elements that recreated an event and introduced themselves in unexpected ways.

According to student Jack Laieta, Ms. Levonick taught the class how to describe the details and setting to help readers imagine the story. Jack mapped out his story, “Risks,” about his thoughts with a bat in his hand at home plate during a cold day at a ball game.

“It was fun to plan out my story and write something interesting,” he said.