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Santapogue Elementary School

Address: 1130 Herzel Boulevard, West Babylon, NY 11704
Main Office: (631) 376-7401
Attendance: (631) 376-7420
Fax: (631) 376-7409
Principal: Jennifer Carere
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Photo of circular rock garden with 'WB' formed with stones and surrounded by colorfully painted rocks. Donated with love by the DeGennaro family in 2018

WELCOME to Santapogue's website! Please visit the different sections of the website to learn more about our school. Each teacher has contact information listed regarding his/her class. Periodically, the website will be updated, and you will have the opportunity to see the students participating in interesting activities. We also place copies of letters and flyers from the school and our PTA on the website for you to read. They can be found on the VIRTUAL BACKPACK.

 

School Updates

 

Contact Information

You can reach the school secretaries, Ms. Mena and Mrs. Pisano by calling the main office at (631) 376-7401 or by fax at (631) 376-7409.

To report a student absence, call the main office at (631) 376-7401 or attendance at (631) 376-7420.

To contact a teacher, find the teacher's phone extension in the staff directory and dial (631) 376-7400 followed by the extension. If the teacher is not available, leave a message on their voicemail.
IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY, DO NOT RELY ON VOICEMAIL TO CONTACT A TEACHER.

 

Announcements

Expert Writers Share their Stories at Santapogue

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Third graders at Santapogue Elementary School held a writing celebration on Jan. 10. As a culminating activity, the classes joined together to share their informational books with one another in a museum walk. The third graders were tasked with writing a book based on a topic in which they considered themselves experts. The students brainstormed different ideas before deciding on their expert topic. They drafted multiple copies, adding text features and details to their topic. Students traveled around the room and read each other’s books, reflecting on what they loved specifically about each author’s book.

Date Added: 1/20/2023

Soda and Ice Cream Mix for STEM Lesson at Santapogue

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Second graders at Santapogue Elementary School showed off their STEM skills during a hands-on experiment. The second graders recently studied states of matter and physical/chemical changes as part of their science curriculum. During the root beer float experiment, students hypothesized what would happen when they mixed ice cream with root beer soda. They quickly realized that when the solid and liquid mixed, it also created a gas. Students observed the changes, smells, sounds and what the mixture felt like.

Date Added: 1/5/2023

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