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Blue and Gold Shine at Senior Parade

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The West Babylon School District came together on the evening of May 28 for a senior parade to celebrate the graduating Class of 2020. Although this year’s celebrations and end-of-year activities may look a bit different, the pride and joy of the West Babylon community in the soon-to-be graduates was overwhelming.

Senior High School staff, teachers, administrators and Board of Education members were joined by staff and teachers from the West Babylon School District community. Each elementary school also was represented so students had the opportunity to see some familiar faces from their earlier school years.

The school district community lined the sidewalks to provide a thundering of applause and congratulations – holding their signs high for all to see – as the members of the senior class drove through the high school parking lot. Students showed their West Babylon pride as they sported blue and gold and decorated their cars in the school colors.

VIDEO: Virtual Circus

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Even though the JFK fifth graders didn’t have a chance to perform their annual circus, the show must go on! Don’t miss our virtual Circus video!

SB Teacher Appreciation

2020-2021 Budget Information

The 2020-2021 Budget Vote and Trustee Election has been scheduled for June 9, 2020, via absentee ballot only. All ballots are due to the District Clerk no later than 5 p.m. on June 9. Click here for more information on the budget.

Two Student-Actors Honored

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Although this year’s master class and showcase have been canceled, two Senior High School students have been chosen for the Roger Rees Awards for Excellence in Student Performance in Musical Theater. For their performance in “Into the Woods,” Darren Del Orfano and Jenna Halvorsen were picked for the top 50 students in New York State to move onto the preliminary round as best actor and best actress nominees. In this year’s play, Darren was the baker and Jenna performed as the witch. Jenna also went to Roger Rees last year and was in the top 12 for her role as Audrey in “Little Shop of Horrors” presented at the Junior High School. This is the sixth year in a row that West Babylon students have been chosen to be in the top 50.