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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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K-5 Schedule and Intervention Plan


Elementary Parent Night




IXL Winners photo

November IXL Math Winners

Mason Martinez (Mahon)
Elijah Cedeno (Mahon)
Zumra Bayram (Mahon)
Carly Zajak (Mahon)
Sydney DeRosa (Szpilka)

First Grade
Pradhi Singh (Ragusa)
Gianfranco Santodonato (Fitzgerald)
Aondofa Ukoh (Ragusa)
Keira Bhoorasingh (Fitzgerald)
Trenton Sharpe (Fitzgerald) TIED
Melanie Argueta-Hernandez (Lynch) TIED

Second Grade
Cheyenne Pendergast (Lynch/Peterson)
Andrew Zureick Jr. (Carnes)
Azaria Ukoh (Carnes)
Dylan Janampa (Lynch/Peterson)
Ariana Caballero (Lynch/Peterson)

Third Grade
Keith Murray III (Suchoboky)
Brody Clark (Kerr)
Richard Straus (Kelskey)
Maria Fiume (Suchoboky)
Jenna Kozodoy (Kelskey)

Fourth Grade
Nandini Ramesh (Durkin)
Rohaan Bajaj (Mercorella)
Khadin Muhammad (Mercorella)
Giovanna Miranda (Durkin)
Mikayla Desroches (Durkin)

Fifth Grade
Umamah Satti (Manzi)
Sean Donley (Sagganario/Augi)
Andrew Mandelbaum (Sagganario/Augi)
Aiden Schweigert (McVicker)
Taylor Watta (Sagganario/Augi)







Hands-On Learning During STEM Family Night

Hands-On Learning During STEM Family Night photo

The Senior High School’s Math & Science Honor Society, National Technology Honor Society, Robotics Club and the Science Club presented the third-annual Family STEM Night on Nov. 8.

Students in grades K-8, along with their families, were invited to the STEM event to enjoy hands-on activities including games, experiments, mini-labs and robotics demonstrations. 

The Math & Science Honor Society ran science and math activities on the third floor of the high school. With close to 30 different stations, students had plenty from which to choose including activities like “Taste the Rainbow,” “Slime Time,” “Strawberry DNA” and “M&M Survival.” Brookhaven National Laboratory conducted a microscope activity and Mad Science performed dry ice experiments with small groups of students. “Be An Einstein” station let students decorate their own lab coats to wear for all their STEM activities. 

In the technology wing, the National Technology Honor Society and Robotics Club showed off their robots, 3-D printers and printing pens, and woodworking capabilities. In the lobby, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County had a small pool with marine creatures in touch tanks for the students. All of the proceeds from the evening are used toward student scholarships. 

Librarian Workshops

Librarian Workshops photo
All of the district’s librarians participated in the Western Suffolk BOCES school library seminar on Nov. 7 at Farmingdale Public Library. The librarians attended workshops on topics such as “Establishing a Makerspace,” “Poetry Slam Activities in Middle School and High Schools,” and “Appropriate Graphic Novels for Middle and High Schools."

Tokens of Appreciation for Board of Education

Board of Education Pic
The district acknowledged the commitment and dedication of its board of education prior to its meeting on Oct. 24. In celebration of New York State School Boards Recognition Week, members of the Board of Education were presented with certificates by the office of Suffolk County Leg. Kevin McCaffrey, Town of Babylon Councilman Antonio Martinez and Western Suffolk BOCES. Artwork from students throughout the district adorned the board workroom to show their appreciation. The Senior High School select string ensemble performed “Ashokan Farewell” before refreshments were served courtesy of the PTAs and PTA Council.