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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

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Announcements

JHS Give Their Feedback

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The Junior High School has a new social emotional learning board outside of guidance for January.  JHS students Daira Navarro, Melanie Jastrzebski and Kamia Henderson helped in the creation of the board. The “feedback board” is designed so that anyone can take a post note, give a post note or create a note of their own. 

VIDEO: Giving Back to Our Community

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Holiday Music

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Students and staff at the Junior High School provided welcoming holiday music to all who entered the building on Dec. 17. Take special note of Mrs. Yawney-Kohler on the tambourine and Mr. McKeon on the triangle.

Computer Science Ed Week

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Sixth graders engaged in a variety of online coding activities to celebrate Computer Science Education Week, Dec. 9-13. Several students received certificates. They also enjoyed learning about veteran coder Grace Hopper.

JHS Artists at Molloy

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Seventh grade art workshop students, along with eighth graders Nhu Nguyen and Kaitlyn Moore, recently exhibited their artwork at Molloy College for their second annual “Unity Through Diversity” event. This event celebrates neurodiversity through an evening of art and music.  The event highlights children with needs, and without, celebrating all abilities through the arts. Part of the event was an art display in the lobby with our students artwork, along with some Molloy students. Our students submitted artwork on the topic of “demonstrating how art and music reach all levels of neurodiversity to create unity amongst all learners.” 


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