Babylon Union Free School District

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

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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 49. Learn more about ZapScore.

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This coming Monday, September 11th, students throughout the Babylon Union Free School District will remember and pay tribute to National Patriot Day, a national day of remembrance and service. By honoring this anniversary, we once again commit to educating the next generation of Americans and providing them with the opportunities our free society promises them. The day will reflect honoring the acts of courage that were displayed, the people who helped one another and the sense of humanity that was demonstrated. Moreover, the day will symbolize how each and every one of us can contribute to society by helping others, volunteering in our own communities, as well as recognizing and thanking our own local “heroes” in the service professions. We are encouraging all students, faculty and staff to wear red, white and blue proudly as we pay tribute to Patriot Day, on Monday, September 11th.

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Babylon Junior-Senior High School recently hosted an informative orientation session for the incoming seventh-graders in preparation for another successful school year come Sept. 7. Students and their families were invited into the newly-renovated Rowe Hall for a welcoming presentation delivered by Babylon Junior-Senior High School Principal Al Cirone and Assistant Principal Jennifer Mangone. Throughout their speeches, they spoke of opportunities incoming students can look forward to, including various clubs and activities offered at the school. Additionally, they touched upon the many classes offered at the honors and Advanced Placement level, which will further enhance the students’ education. At the conclusion of the Rowe Hall presentation, families participated in a question-and-answer session as the incoming students were broken up into groups to further explore the school halls and engage in icebreaker activities within the classrooms hosted by upperclassmen.

In preparation of their recent trip to Glen’s Dinette in Babylon Village, students from the Babylon School District summer school program expanded their knowledge of proper restaurant etiquette, including how sales tax is calculated and appropriate tipping amounts. After finishing their meal and preparing to pay, students deployed their newly-acquired skills but were pleasantly surprised to learn that an anonymous patron had paid the bill for the entire group. With this notion in mind, they decided to pay forward the good deed by donating their meal’s budgeted money toward a charitable organization of their choice. “When the waitress shyly told us that someone had covered our bill, we were astounded,” said Babylon Junior-Senior High School special education teacher Keith Fasano. “You could see by the expressions on the students’ faces that their belief that people are inherently good was reaffirmed. Due to this deed, we all agreed that it was our job to look out for one another.”