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Tooker Avenue Elementary School

Address: 855 Tooker Avenue, West Babylon, NY 11704
Main Office: (631) 376-7601
Principal: Mr. Charles Germano

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Mission Statement

Tooker Avenue School in West Babylon, New York, is a kindergarten through fifth grade public school. The school houses approximately 360 students, and first opened its doors in 1962.

Our mission is to provide, a safe and challenging school where every child is valued and respected as individuals. It is our goal and responsibility to make sure that every student learns and meets their full potential.

We will plant seeds in a safe and nurturing environment allowing our students to persevere and grow into unique, life-long learners who display good character with a thirst for knowledge and a desire to be the best that they can be.

 

School Updates

Announcements

Poster Project Teaches Tooker Students about Community

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Students in Miss Will’s second grade class at Tooker Avenue Elementary School recently completed their community unit by designing posters of the pros and cons of each community. They used their research and what they have learned to create drawings related to their community as well as facts about their community. Each group presented their posters to the class.

Date Added: 1/25/2023

Tooker 100 Club: January

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The students at Tooker have been well behaved! Tickets and certificates have been distributed to many students who randomly picked numbers to find out their placement on the board. We have our first set of prize winners.... 19 students to be exact, as a full row and column were filled!

Congratulations to Zachary Montalvo, Mia Beeman, Niko Paschette, Olivia Francis, Dylan Contreras, Grayson Lennon, Cody LaVecchia,

Tatum Hertel, Jeremiah Francis, Nola Beach, Alina Canales, Joseph Rao, Lily Sperber, Kristin Skibiel, Lewis Ye, Tien Tran, Alfonso Bellone,

Luke Krutys and Logan Hertel!

Date Added: 1/13/2023

Tooker Avenue Play Brings Holiday Spirit

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Students at Tooker Avenue Elementary School presented the play “The 12 Days of Christmas.” Invited guests and classmates joined students as they celebrated each of the gifts presented during the 12 days leading up to the holiday. To close out the show, students and the audience joined together in several holiday tunes.

Click here to view the photo slideshow.

Date Added: 1/13/2022

Spreading Holiday Cheer

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Before winter recess, members of Tooker Avenue’s fourth and fifth grade student council had a fun morning of creating holiday cards for residents at East Neck Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. “The students wanted to bring cheer and happiness to those who can't be home with their families during this holiday season,” said Mrs. Christiansen, student council advisor. 

Date Added: 12/28/2022

The Missing Sleigh

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Fourth grade enrichment students made Santa sleighs after solving the math mystery of the missing sleigh.

Date Added: 12/23/2022
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