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Bayview Elementary School

165 Snedecor Avenue, West Islip, New York 11795
(631) 504-5600  FAX (631) 893-3335

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Mr. John Mullins, Principal
Email: j.mullins@wi.k12.ny.us

Principal's Secretaries: Janet LoBiondo and Debra Federico
Nurse:  Maria McAllister (631) 504-5607
School Hours: 8:50 am - 3:05 pm
Kindergarten - 5th Grade

Kindergarten Registration: Tuesday, November 6 & Wednesday, November 7, 2018

PTA President: Theresa Romanelli

Current News

Bayview’s ‘Realm” Stimulates Writing and Thinking Skills

Bayview’s ‘Realm” Stimulates Writing and Thinking Skills

A classroom at Bayview was recently transformed into a stimulating setting for the “Trevor Cool Realm,” an immersive story that challenged students to explore a series of clues that provided them with crucial information about characters, plot and themes. The room was decorated to reflect the world of the title character, a 12-year-old code-breaking detective.

The Submerge Storytelling writing program engaged the students, allowing them to take an active role in learning, developing and practicing vital critical thinking skills, including the ability to observe, infer and sequence events.

“This was a great way to start the school year and get the students excited and motivated about reading and writing,” said Principal John Mullins.


Homecoming Proves Perfect from Parade to Shutout

Homecoming Proves Perfect from Parade to Shutout
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The high school’s Sept. 29 homecoming began with a sunny, spectacular parade through town, energized by the entertaining marching band, color guard and cheerleaders and punctuated by a quartet of creative banners from each grade level. Waving to the crowd from the two pairs’ respective vehicles were this year’s Mr. and Miss West Islip, homecoming king Brian Parrett and homecoming queen Erin Bevan, and runners up Jake Maresca and Melissa Khoury.

Once at the stadium, the excitement hit a new level for the packed house of fans clad in Lions blue and gold. Striding onto the field with energy and pride, West Islip’s varsity football squad seemed more than ready to take on Northport’s Tigers, with both teams entering the game undefeated. In this battle of the big cats, the Lions proved dominant, cruising to a 28-0 shutout victory and status as Suffolk III’s only undefeated team. After throwing an early touchdown pass to Patrick Cunningham, West Islip quarterback Mike LaDonna ran for three touchdowns, including a final fantastic 87-yard effort. The defense, led by linebacker Kyle Haff’s six tackles, had a particularly strong day, earning four sacks, three interceptions and three fumble recoveries.




Community Planetarium Show Is Sold Out

The Oct. 18 community planetarium show is now sold out.

2nd Annual West Islip Color Run to be held Sunday, October 21

The 2nd Annual West Islip Color Run will take place at West Islip High School on Sunday, October 21, 2018.

Participants are encouraged to wear white clothing (first 700 registrants will receive a white Color Run t-shirt).

Click here for a registration form, informational flyer, participant information and overview of the Color Run route. 
 

West Islip Welcomes Back Students for Great First Day of School

West Islip Welcomes Back Students for Great First Day of School
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The district welcomed back students on Sept. 4, ushering in a new year of educational activities at the high school, middle schools and elementary schools.

“Beach Street had a great opening and we are excited for the new school year ahead,” said Principal Andrew O’Farrell.

“Our staff was thrilled to welcome back our students,” said Bellew Principal Rhonda Pratt. “We are ready for new learning, new initiatives and a continued focus on developing student leadership and citizenship.”