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160 Great East Neck Road, West Babylon, NY 11704

Phone: 631-376-7500


Principal: JoAnn Scott



Mission Statement

South Bay School is committed to providing a safe, nurturing environment where every child is valued and respected.

Our mission is to inspire students to reach their highest potential by promoting academic, social, and emotional growth.

We strive to create successful citizens who are individuals of good character and lifelong learners, by implementing a balanced curriculum, maintaining a positive atmosphere, and establishing a cooperative link between home and school.

 


 

 

South Bay at Homecoming

 

 

I Read to the Principal.

The below photo shows South Bay 4th graders from Mr. Egan's class, Nick and Landon, who read to their principal today. These two youngsters are also "taking their show on the road" this week, and read to the 2nd graders in Mrs. Febbraro's class yesterday, and will be reading to the Gr. K and 1 children in Ms. Granieri's class today. The book they chose, Piggy Pie Po, has rhyming text, so the boys will be giving their little listeners an opportunity to use the picture cues to help them read the rhyming words.

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Peace Day Pinwheels -- celebration of International Peace Day

 

 

 

 Summer Reading and Summer Math Superstars

the children who were recognized for completing the summer reading and summer math assignments.

  

 

 

 

Important Links

 

Announcements

Going Bananas

Going Bananas Photo

As part of a STEM enrichment group activity, students at South Bay conducted a hands-on science experiment with bananas. Students learned about the chemical processes of bananas that make them brown. They created banana “tattoos” to see the chemical process in action and had fun expressing their creative sides.

Literacy Around the World

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March is Pick a Reading Partner month at South Bay, and this year's theme is “Read Around the World.”

As part of this year’s PARP program, each K-5 class has received its own reading passport, filled with blank pages. The pages in the passport are “stamped” with colorful stars when any student in the class participates in “Passport with the Principal.” To participate, the students sign up for a time to read with Principal JoAnn Scott, who then stamps their passport. Each stamp earns extra mileage points for their whole class.