Wanamaker Elementary

Used Book Fair

during Field Day, Wanamaker Elementary is holding a "used book fair" in the library.

During the week of May 16, each child may bring up to three gently used books from home. The student council will collect these books from the classrooms and record the number of books each student brings, up to three. Students may bring more than three books if they choose; however, these books will be considered donations to the fair and appreciated greatly. We are especially on the lookout for higher-level chapter books.

Parents, please check the books your children bring to school to ensure they are age appropriate and ones you are willing to exchange.

On , each class will visit the library to choose “new to me” books. Our goal is to have enough books that all students may have at least one “new” book to take home for the summer. We hope to promote summer reading and provide another fun activity during Field Day.

Missed Kindergarten Round-up?

Wanamaker Elementary held Kindergarten Round-Up on April 1, 2016. If you missed this date, please call Wanamaker Elementary at (785) 339-4800 to inquire what is needed to pre-register for Kindergarten for the 2016-17 school year. Your student must be five-years-old by August 31, 2016 to register.

Blue Hoops basketball academy

Blue Hoops spring basketball academy sessions for third-through-eighth grade boys will be Wednesdays and Sundays in April.

Download the registration form for details.

About Wanamaker

Namesake of John Wanamaker, United States Postmaster General from 1889 to 1893, Wanamaker Elementary serves Auburn-Washburn's northern-most community.

Wanamaker Elementary

Our mission

Wanamaker Elementary provides a safe learning environment that will prepare all students with the necessary skills to function and prosper in an ever-changing and diverse society.