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Tooker Avenue Gets High Marks from Junior Achievement

Tooker Avenue Gets High Marks from Junior Achievement photo
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Tooker Avenue Elementary School has been awarded gold partnership status for the 2017-2018 school year by Junior Achievement of New York. 

In the 2016-2017 school year, Junior Achievement of New York volunteers delivered financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and work readiness programming to more than 85,000 students in New York City, Long Island and lower Hudson Valley. Based on Tooker Avenue’s work with Junior Achievement of New York, the schools received the highest level of recognition.

The Junior High School phone system will be offline Wednesday afternoon September 20, 2017

Please be advised: Due to a planned electrical upgrade, the Junior High School phone system will be offline Wednesday afternoon September 20, 2017. If you need to contact a member of the JHS staff, please email them directly. We apologize for any inconvenience.

JHS Student Wins State Poster Contest

JHS Student Wins State Poster Contest photo
West Babylon Junior High School student Isabella Villacis placed first in the state level competition of the New York State Bus Safety Poster Contest.

Hosted by the New York Association for Pupil Transportation, the contest is held every year for students in grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8 and special education. This year’s theme was “My Driver, My Safety Hero.” 

Last spring, Isabella placed first for the Suffolk County chapter and then on Long Island. Her poster was entered in the state competition in Albany during the summer. The first-place win now takes her poster to the national competition. 

First Day of School

First Day of School

First Day of School

Welcome Back!

Welcome Back photo

West Babylon students and staff welcomed the 2017-2018 school year on Sept. 6.  Please click to see our photo gallery from the first day of school.

Your Schools: Summer 2017 Edition

The newest version of the district newsletter is available for download.

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Tooker Authors Show Off Love of Literacy

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Second-graders in AnnMarie Ayerle’s class at Tooker Avenue Elementary School celebrated their love of literacy by publishing their own books. Students put together two “Classroom Gazette” newspapers and a compilation book of stories and poems. The second-graders shared limerick, acrostic, couplet and quatrain poetry at the Poetry Cafe, while others enjoyed reading adventure, mystery, fiction and nonfiction stories at the Book Nook.