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1130 Herzel Boulevard, West Babylon, NY 11704
Phone: 631-376-7401


Principal: Jennifer Carere


 

 




WELCOME to Santapogue's website

Please visit the different sections of the website to learn more about our school. Each teacher has contact information listed regarding his/her class. Periodically, the website will be updated, and you will have the opportunity to see the students participating in interesting activities. We also place copies of letters and flyers from the school and our PTA on the website for you to read. They can be found on the VIRTUAL BACKPACK and in the section "FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK". Be sure to check out the PHOTO GALLERY to see the newest pictures about our Kids in Action at Santapogue.

  

 

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Announcements

Seniors Walk Down Memory Lane

Seniors Walk Down Memory Lane photo

West Babylon Senior High School’s Class of 2018 took a walk down memory lane, literally, when they returned to their respective elementary schools for a senior walk on June 11.

Dressed in their caps and gowns, the seniors walked the elementary school hallways before concluding their academic journey in West Babylon. School district administrators, teachers and elementary students lined the hallways in each building to offer their congratulations and well wishes as the seniors begin the next phase of their lives. 

At Tooker Avenue, Forest Avenue, John F. Kennedy, Santapogue and South Bay elementary schools, the soon-to-be graduates had a chance to reconnect with their former teachers and staff, look at old class photographs and reminisce. 



2018 Santapogue Graduates Return

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SCOPE Pre-Kindergarten Application

Registration for the SCOPE pre-kindergarten program for the 2018-19 school year is now open. 

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Learning in the Field

Learning in the Field photo
The fourth-grade classes from Santapogue Elementary School recently took a field trip to Connetquot State Park. The trip began with a tour of the hatchery and students discovered the underwater world of ponds through hands-on sampling and field observations. After visiting the pond, the class went indoors to look at microscopic organisms and discuss their role in the food chain. 

Healthy Hearts at Santapogue

Healthy Hearts at Santapogue photo
Santapogue Elementary School recently held a Hoops for Heart fundraiser. The school earned more than $10,000 to benefit the American Heart Association. Students jumped rope and talked about the importance of heart health all month in their physical education classes. 
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