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Summer Reading Parent-Teacher Presentation

Battle of the Classes

Technology Lessons Come to Life

Technology Lessons Come to Life Photo
Bringing classroom learning to life, the Junior High School technology department took a field trip to the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City on May 24. The learning experience tied into the technology curriculum, as students were surrounded by old and new aviation technologies much of which originated on Long Island. 

Four Student-Artists Named Poster Winners

Four Student-Artists Named Poster Winners Photo
Junior High School students Isabella Villacis, Ella Henson, Amanda Rosario and Jourlen Chery were recently named Suffolk County winners in this year’s New York Association for Pupil Transportation Safety Bus Transportation poster contest. 

Every year, NYAPT hosts this contest to promote bus safety across New York State. This year’s theme was “My Driver: My Safety Hero.” Villacis will move on to compete in the New York State competition.

Wellness Wins at West Babylon

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The district held its 13th annual Wellness Fair and Fun Run on the West Babylon Junior High School track on May 15. The event encouraged families to join together to get active and learn about different community organizations that are available. Watch the video for more on this event.

STEM Teams Compete for Charity

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Three teams from West Babylon Junior High School participated in the Team Packard STEM Challenge fundraising event hosted by Northport High School on April 29. The Junior High School teams raised $1,139 for the Robert Packard Center at Johns Hopkins, a nonprofit organization that raises money and awareness for Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS).

Each team competed in four events that challenged their problem-solving skills, science knowledge and their understanding of math concepts. The Eagles team members – Blake Ung, Ella Henson, Abigail Engrassia and Luc Iverson – took third place in the Unlock the Box event.

Celebrating Their Service

Celebrating Their Service Photo
The Junior High School Community Service Club designed and sold puzzle piece pins during their lunch periods to raise awareness for autism throughout April. On April 21, the students had a special visit from Lasheca Lewis and Florence Findley, representatives from Assemblywoman Kimberly Jean-Pierre’s office at the Town of Babylon, to celebrate Global Youth Service Day. Also pictured are Junior High School Assistant Principal Jessica Yawney (left) and Community Service Club advisor Lorraine Zemba (right).