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855 Tooker Avenue, West Babylon, NY 11704

Phone: 631-376-7600


Principal: Mr. Charles Germano

 

 

 

 

 SCOPE After school enrichment program 
See flyer for details

 

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

Spring Music

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Students in Mrs. Fitzgerald’s second grade class at Tooker Avenue Elementary School were playing xylophones and triangles to the song “Everything Spring,” led by music teacher Laura Bracco.

Tooker Celebrates is Rock Star Readers

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Click here to see the video from this year’s PARP initiative.

Tooker Students Get Slimy During Dr. Seuss Lesson

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Students in Mrs. Mele-Bova's class at Tooker Avenue Elementary School recently created oobleck as part of their lesson on Dr. Seuss after reading “Bartholomew and the Oobleck.” The students followed step by step directions to create their own slimy concoctions. 

Music In Our Schools Month

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Young Engineers at Tooker Avenue

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The enrichment club at Tooker Avenue Elementary School recently completed a bridge-building activity. The students were tasked with designing bridges that were not only strong but aesthetically pleasing. The students tried different techniques to see how their bridges could hold the most weight. They learned to think like engineers and the activity gave them insight into different career options.  
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