Babylon Union Free School District

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Babylon Union Free School District
Babylon Union Free School District is listed in the Schools category in Babylon, New York. Displayed below is the only current social network for Babylon Union Free School District which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Babylon Union Free School District on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 86.

Contact information for Babylon Union Free School District is:
50 Railroad Ave
Babylon, NY 11702
(631) 893-7900

"Babylon Union Free School District" - ZapScore Report

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Babylon Union Free School District has an overall ZapScore of 86. This means that Babylon Union Free School District has a higher ZapScore than 86% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Babylon, New York is 34 and in the Schools category is 48. Learn more about ZapScore

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Three Babylon Memorial Grade School student-musicians recently raised more than $320 for Long Island Cares – The Harry Chapin Food Bank, after participating for a month in the Harry Chapin Practice-A-Thon. The fundraiser supports New York State local food banks and improve their practice habits. The students – fourth-grader Katie Channing, fifth-grader Talia Baker and sixth-grader Molly Higgins - marked down their daily practice schedules on their calendar, and accepted donations from sponsors based on the number of minutes that he/she practiced for the day.

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Students enrolled in Spanish language classes at Babylon Junior-Senior High School are currently expanding their knowledge of the global language in the classroom. Ninth-grade Spanish II students recently completed a unit in which they learned how to give directions and explain where things are located using multiple prepositions. The students wrote letters to imaginary Spanish-speaking students visiting Babylon for the first time to help them get around town, complete with recommendations for the best food and pastimes within the community. Additionally, 11th-grade Spanish IV students researched Hispanic artists and created presentations that included a short biography of the artist, plus critiques of two of his/her works. Their findings were then presented to the class using a variety of web-based programs.

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Art students at Babylon Junior-Senior High School recently invited students from Babylon Memorial Grade school to take part in a fun and collaborative “Partic-I-Paint” event as a means of sharing artistic insight with the younger students. Throughout the course of the evening, the grade-level students created nautical-themed paintings while following step-by-step instructions from the high schoolers.

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The Babylon Junior-Senior High School Foreign Language Honor Society recently hosted the first student/teacher talent show, featuring teachers showcasing their talents alongside students in an effort to raise funds for the Promoting Health in Haiti organization. Throughout the course of the evening, 10 teachers took to the stage alongside the talented students to sing, dance, perform musical numbers and recite poetry. Babylon Junior-Senior Art School teacher Cheryl Schweider and the National Art Honor Society students also created "Home for Haiti" magnets and sold them to the community for additional fundraising purposes. According to their website, the Promoting Health in Haiti organization seeks to improve health in the island country through enhancing nursing education and knowledge. With the combined efforts of so many volunteers, the community raised more than $1,500 for the organization. As a means of expressing her gratitude, the president of PHH shared a video message with the students and thanked them for their help.

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The May 8 Babylon School District Board of Education meeting recognized multiple district students for their achievements, covering scholarly subjects including academics, athletics and the arts. To begin the night’s recognitions, members of the Babylon Junior-Senior High School varsity cheerleading team were recognized for being named Suffolk County Champions for the second year in a row and for qualifying for the New York State Public High School Athletic Association State Championships for the second year running. The varsity gymnastics team was honored for being named runners-up in this year’s Suffolk County Championships. Additionally, the team was recognized as an All-American Team by the National High School Gymnastics Association. Student-athletes Heather Falconer, Sarah Franklin, Kristen Murray and Alexandra Singleton were named Academic All-American athletes based not only on their superior athletic skills, but also for maintaining a GPA above 3.5. Babylon School District art teachers Patricia Stork and Cheryl Schweider introduced their talented art students who recently returned from their trip to Saratoga Springs, New York for the 2017 Olympics of the Visual Arts. They were able to display their work to the Babylon community, which included a beautiful carousel Pegasus dress made entirely of paper materials and a “Tree of Life” sculpture based on the works of renowned artist Gustav Klimt.