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BOE Meeting Notice - June 22, 2021

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Librarian of the Year

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Susan Henke-Brinkman, librarian at James Wilson Young Middle School, was recently named Librarian of the Year by the Suffolk School Library Media Association. Watch this video to learn more!

Summer Enrichment Newsletter – Update June 15

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BBP Tenures Six Employees

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Bayport-Blue Point School District congratulates the following educators and administrators who have recently been tenured. The district thanks them for their outstanding contributions thus far and looks forward to seeing how they further advance the BBP educational experience as they continue their careers.

1. Anne Hansen-Crowley - ENL teacher at Bayport-Blue Point High School
2. Sally Miller - LOTE & ENL Department Chairperson, ENL teacher at James Wilson Young Middle School
3. Tara Falasco - principal at Blue Point Elementary School
4. Ellen Vlachos - second grade teacher at Blue Point Elementary School
5. Dr. Theodore Fulton - assistant superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction
6. Jill Tully (not pictured) - teaching assistant at Academy Street Elementary School

Stepping Into the Civil War

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Dressed head-to-toe in American Civil War regalia, James Wilson Young Middle School librarian Susan Henke-Brinkman and school security guard Scott McKendrick recently visited James Molinari’s seventh grade social studies classes to teach them about the life of soldiers during the Civil War. Both staff members participate in Civil War re-enactments in their spare time and brought with them several Civil War era relics to share with the class. One student from each class was even given the opportunity to try on a traditional soldier’s uniform and experience firsthand just how cumbersome they were to wear, especially in the summer heat.

Bayport-Blue Point School District thanks Henke-Brinkman and McKendrick for enriching their social studies curriculum by bringing this historical period to life for these students.

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