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Waverly Elementary School

1111 Waverly Avenue
Holtsville, NY 11742
Phone: (631) 654-8690
Fax: (631) 475-3970
Kevin Tougher, Principal
Julianne Hayes, Principal’s Aide
School Hours: 8:50 am - 3:20 pm


Please note that in the case of a 2-hour delayed opening, students should be at bus stops 2 hours from their regular pick-up time.  School will start at 10:50 a.m.

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Mission Statement:

The Sachem Family (students,  parents, employees and residents) works interdependently to develop leaders of great character who are highly competent, confident and caring. Most importantly we are motivating our students to become the best possible version of themselves. WE ARE  SACHEM!


In the News

Students Turn Architects in 3D Printing Project

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Fifth graders at Waverly Elementary School brought their home design ideas to life with a 3D printing project. Students first drew the layout of a house on paper. They sketched several rooms and found the area of each before using the online platform Tinkercad to digitize and hone their plans. The designs were then sent to the 3D printer. Students were eager to visualize their home designs and step into the mind of an architect during this project.

Date Added: 4/29/2024

Sensory Walks Promote Autism Acceptance

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Sachem is celebrating Autism Acceptance Month throughout April and several buildings held integration events to raise awareness, celebrate differences and promote inclusivity.

On April 16, Wenonah Elementary School held its first Wenonah Walk, an outdoor, schoolwide sensory event. Students in special education classes were paired with their same-age peers to participate in sensory-based stations including a relay walk, bubbles, dance party, parachute games, chalk the walk and a sensory path. Each group of students rotated through the stations while interacting with each other. Ahead of the Wenonah Walk, students learned about autism and created posters of influential individuals with autism to hang throughout the halls.

Similarly, at Waverly Elementary School, fifth grade peer buddies educated the school community about autism. They pushed into classrooms to read the book, “All My Stripes,” then gave a presentation which included tips on how to be a good friend. The classroom visits ended with an art activity where students colored in puzzle pieces to be displayed in the lobby.

Waverly Elementary School held its sensory walk for all students on April 19. Students experienced a variety of stations including sensory tables and boards, bubbles, water activities, Play-Doh and bounce hopper balls.

Students at both Waverly and Wenonah were excited to step outside of the classroom for their respective sensory walks. They engaged their five senses while self-regulating during a fun, new event that brought both school communities together.

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Date Added: 4/19/2024


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