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Creative Costumes Camouflage Turkeys at JFK

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After reading “Turkey Trouble” with their class, the students in Ms. Rosen’s class at John F. Kennedy Elementary School did their best to disguise their turkeys so they wouldn’t end up on the dinner table this Thanksgiving. The students camouflaged their turkeys in some creative costumes and wrote stories on why they choose that particular disguise.

Date Added: 11/30/2022

JFK’s Red Ribbon Commitment

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Red Ribbon Week is a national campaign held each year to raise awareness about drug prevention in our communities. On Oct. 24, John F. Kennedy Elementary School kicked off Red Ribbon Week by having a virtual ceremony. Students wore red to symbolize Red Ribbon Week and their commitment to living a drug-free lifestyle. Students stood and took the pledge by repeating after John F. Kennedy Principal Ms. Van Liew. Students participated in a week of special activities to celebrate this cause.

Date Added: 10/28/2022

Second Graders Dance Along with Lessons

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In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the second grade students in Mrs. Pino’s class at John F. Kennedy Elementary School learned about traditional and contemporary dances that originated in Spanish-speaking countries. After learning about the dances, students practiced their dance moves and invited John F. Kennedy Principal Ms. Van Liew to dance along.

Date Added: 10/17/2022

Eagle Pride Shines During West Babylon’s Homecoming

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West Babylon School District celebrated its homecoming with two days of fun-filled activities for the entire school community. On Sept. 30, West Babylon Senior High School held an outdoor pep rally with a carnival theme.

Bounce houses and food trucks were on site as well as carnival games for all ages to enjoy. The West Babylon cheerleaders kept the crowd engaged as they rallied to take on the Copiague Eagles for the football game on Saturday.

Due to the damp weather conditions, the West Babylon Senior High School classes didn’t have the opportunity to show off their homecoming floats. However, as game time approached, the rain cleared, and the community came together to show their support for the West Babylon Eagles. In the matchup against Copiague, the West Babylon football team were able to take home the win with a final score of 49-8. To close out the homecoming celebration, the West Babylon Senior High School held its homecoming dance on Saturday evening.

Date Added: 10/4/2022
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