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Top Honors for Science Olympiad Team

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Two West Babylon Science Olympiad teams competed at the Northwestern Lehigh Tiger Invitational in New Tripoli, Pennsylvania. West Babylon placed 11th overall and earned top five medals in four events. The district congratulates the following students: Erin Thompson and Camilo Panilla-Brown: third in designer genes; Gokul Ramesh and Ryan Marvin: fourth in gravity vehicle; Olivia Golebiewski, Erin Thompson and Natalia Niebrzydowski: fifth in protein modeling; and Megan Le and Ryan Marvin: fifth in wright stuff.

3/30/2020: Important Video Update from Dr. Farrelly

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National Merit Finalist

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Senior High School student Ryan O’Sullivan has been named a finalist in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program. More than 15,000 of the 16,000 semifinalists named in September 2019 have met all requirements to advance to finalist standing in the competition. All finalists will be considered for National Merit Scholarships to be offered in 2020. He is pictured with Senior High School Prinicpal Dr. Ellice Vassallo and school counselor Paul Satriano.

VIDEO: St. Baldrick's

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STEM-Based St. Patrick’s Activity at South Bay

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First graders at South Bay Elementary School used their imagination and coding skills during a St. Patrick’s themed STEM lesson. The students divided up into three teams: artists, architects and coders. Artists transformed the Dash robots into a leprechaun, while the architects designed a route for the leprechaun to travel to find the pot of gold. The coders used blocky to get Dash to the pot of gold.