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Connetquot artists shine

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Beautiful artwork created by Connetquot High School Studio in Media students Ella Causin, Sienna Graham, and Morgan Shurgin was recently showcased during the Suffolk County Art Leaders Association’s All-County Art Show Exhibition. As part of SCALA’s partnership with Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts, the students’ artistic creations were displayed to the public at Babylon’s historical Old Town Hall during the first two weeks of February.

Notice of Business Meeting - February 25


VIDEO: Slocum Playground

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Edith L. Slocum Elementary School students were overjoyed to attend a ribbon cutting ceremony for their new playground, which is part of the district’s 2019 community-approved bond project. Stay tuned for more bond updates!

CALENDAR REVISION – New for 2020-2021

During their February 11, 2020 meeting, the Connetquot Central School District’s Board of Education approved an adjusted 2020-2021 Academic Year Calendar.  This version will replace the calendar that was approved on January 28, 2020.  The finalized one is below and can be accessed under the calendar tab on the district website. 


John Pearl students put on ‘the greatest show on earth’

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On Feb. 7, Connetquot’s John Pearl Elementary School welcomed students, teachers, friends and family to the school’s annual “O-Town Circus” assembly. Prior to the performance, fifth graders worked hard in their physical education classes to learn the skills necessary to perform as clowns, jugglers, plate spinners, stilt walkers and masters of the diablo stick and Chinese yo-yo.

The circus program, supported by the PTA, is designed to motivate students to participate more fully in physical education and cultural arts activities. The broad smiles on the faces of the performers and audience members confirmed that everyone enjoyed the show.