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200 Old Farmingdale Road, West Babylon, NY 11704

Phone: 631-376-7200

 

Principal: Mrs. Jessica Yawney-Kohler

jyawney@wbschools.org

 

Assistant Principal: Mr. Anthony Montemarano amontemarano@wbschools.org

 

 

Important Links

 

School Store Supply Lists

 

Google Classroom Resources Page

 

Technology Help Desk


JHS Summer Enrichment Program 2021

 

Variety Show

 

Town of Babylon Guitar Camp Flyer



Town of Babylon Summer Music Program Flyer  

 


 

 

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.

   

Announcements

Garden Club Member Builds Enriching Addition

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During the summer months, Junior High School eighth grader James Graham and his dad built a compost bin for the Junior High School’s community garden. Graham is currently an active member of the West Babylon Garden Club. He went above and beyond by volunteering his time during the summer to build and deliver the compost bin. This new addition will benefit the existing garden by enriching the soil and suppressing plant disease and pests.

Warm Welcomes in West Babylon

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The sun was shining and West Babylon School District’s students were excited to start the new school year on Sept. 2. With backpacks filled, students entered their buildings with teachers and administrators on hand to welcome and guide them. The kindergarten students were accompanied off their buses and met by staff to explore their new teachers and classrooms. Sixth and ninth grade students were also welcomed into their new buildings and had the chance to get acquainted with their teachers and classmates. As the day came to a close, the students were excited for what lies ahead for the 2021-2022 school year.

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