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855 Tooker Avenue, West Babylon, NY 11704

Phone: 631-376-7600


Principal: Mr. Charles Germano

 

 

 

 

 SCOPE After school enrichment program 
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Tooker Avenue Mission Statement

Tooker Avenue School in West Babylon, New York, is a kindergarten through fifth grade public school. The school houses approximately 360 students, and first opened its doors in 1962.

Our mission is to provide, a safe and challenging school where every child is valued and respected as individuals. It is our goal and responsibility to make sure that every student learns and meets their full potential.

We will plant seeds in a safe and nurturing environment allowing our students to persevere and grow into unique, life- long learners who display good character with a thirst for knowledge and a desire to be the best that they can be.

 

 


Announcements

Lesson Melds Music and Art Forms

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Students at Tooker Avenue Elementary School recently combined a lesson in art and music. Tooker Avenue art teacher Mrs. Hill and music teacher Mrs. Bracco taught a collaborative lesson to Mrs. Ayerle and Mrs. Valdemira’s second grade class. Students were shown two contrasting music videos and instructed to draw lines for what they heard, then color in pictures. Textures were added through color. The pieces were Indian classical music featuring the bansuri (flute,) and hand drum; and O Fortuna, a medieval Latin choral piece from 1836.  

Easy as Apple Pie

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Students in Mrs. Mele-Bova’s class at Tooker Avenue Elementary School have been talking about apples. Apples were used in math, science and ELA lessons. As a lesson closer, the classs made a recipe that incorporated apples in it. It was a “no bake” baked apple pie dip using pre-cut apples, dates and a sprinkle of cinnamon.

Connect the ‘Dots’

Sept 15 was National Dot Day and students Mrs. Shah’s first grade class at Tooker Avenue Elementary School read the book “The Dot.” The class retold the story across their fingers, and then did a STEM experiment that explored chromatology. The students predicted the colors that would make up a marker color and tested their predictions.

Making Music Together

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So happy to spend another year together making music! Tooker Avenue music teacher Mrs. Bracco with students in Mrs. Desa's second grade class.

Movie Night

Kicking off the new school year, Tooker Avenue Elementary held a movie night. Check out some of the photos from the event…

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