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Community Gathering

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In an effort to strengthen the district’s school-to-community partnership and keep open lines of communication, Babylon School District recently held its second annual Legislative Advocacy Workshop and Community Summit focused on important educational matters.

After a stunning musical performance from Babylon Junior-Senior High School students Maxwell O’Handley and Kyra Pitagno, Superintendent of Schools Linda Rozzi gave a warm welcoming address.

Throughout her message, she shared an overview of the district’s recent successes, and invited attendees to share any initiative ideas they had that would benefit the community as a whole. Items discussed included the district’s prudent financial plans to fund programs that support students as well as the efforts being made to ensure the health and safety of all Babylon students.

In addition to the district representatives that were on hand, multiple elected leaders were in attendance and spoke about the collective community effort to education. Attendees included Suffolk County Police Department Commissioner Timothy Sini and Babylon Village Mayor Ralph Scordino, each of whom discussed how they are taking the steps necessary to maintain a safe environment for all of Babylon.

Tuesday, February 18, 2020