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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.

Be sure to check out our Twitter account @SantapogueWB to see pictures of activities and events happening in Santapogue


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Fundraisers Support Local Autism Efforts

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Throughout the school year, the district participated in various autism awareness fundraisers. This year, the district made a donation of $1,450 to support the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office Project Lifesaver. This program provides wristband technology that can be worn by individuals with cognitive impairments who may wander. This will allow the sheriff’s office to track them if they ever wander or get lost.

Celebrating Each Individual

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Santapogue Elementary School showed just how special and unique each individual student is during a ceremony in their rock garden.

Last year, the school created the rock garden, modeled after the uniqueness of the book “Only One You,” which stresses how everyone is unique and has something different to contribute to the world. Each student colored their own individual rock during art class. This year, the kindergartners and new entrants to the school were welcomed into Santapogue by creating their own rocks. 

One by one, each student added their own painted rocks to the garden. “There’s only one you in this great big world,” said Santapogue Elementary School Principal Jennifer Carere. “Make it a better place. Not only are these stones a colorful addition to our school, they can serve as a daily reminder to students that no matter what, they’re special and that they have the power to change the world.”