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200 Old Farmingdale Road, West Babylon, NY 11704

Phone: 631-376-7200

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer Enrichment Program 2019



 

 

Remember to have your student ID VISIBLE every day. Please contact the main office if you need a new ID tag.

  

 

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The Online Scheduler is only for seventh and eighth grade teachers. Sixth grade teachers are booking appointments via email.

 

Supply Lists 2019-2020

Grade 6

Grade 7

Grade 8

 

Important Links

 

Announcements

The Pringles Challenge

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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.

JHS Student-Artists Take Top Honors at Spring BACCA Show

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Junior High School student-artists were recently honored during the spring Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts judged show. The district congratulates the following eighth graders on their awards: Gabriella Carollo (first place), Erin Lewis (second place) and Caleigh Rodriguez (third place). Carla Garcia and Ariana Pollucci received honorable mentions. Pictured from left: Junior High School Principal Daniel McKeon, Erin Lewis, K-8 Art Chairperson William Doran, Junior High School Assistant Principal Jessica Yawney-Kohler, Gabriella Carollo, Junior High School art teacher Jennifer Tomeo, Caleigh Rodriguez and Ariana Pollucci. Not pictured is Carla Garcia. 

Eighth Grade Moving Up

Ed Camp

This year’s Ed Camp at the JHS gave students the opportunity for some hands-on learning. With a mixture of student taught and staff taught workshops, students were provided with a selection of classes that stretched across various genres of life and learning!

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