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A look at this week's top education stories from across the region.

• Babylon Village
Babylon School District is celebrating a huge donation of $200,000 by a Babylon resident to help build the school's first science research laboratory center. Read the on Babylon Village Patch.

• Deer Park-North Babylon Patch
The last day of classes isn't until June 22 but at a meeting of the Deer Park Board of Education on Tuesday night, officials got themselves ready to throw their collective cap in the air as the 2011-12 year draws to an end. Read the now on Deer Park-North Babylon Patch.

• Lindenhurst Patch
Soon-to-be graduates in the Class of 2012 turned out in force for this year's Senior Awards ceremony at the . Read the on Lindenhurst Patch.

• Patchogue Patch
 students recently held a comedy night at the school that raised $1,040 for the National Kidney Foundation. Read the on Patchogue Patch.

• Sachem Patch
The held its annual awards night for varsity seniors from both Sachem North and East High Schools. The event, held on June 11, recapped a year of achievement for many varsity teams, and gave the district an opportunity to recognize its outgoing class of athletes. Read the on Sachem Patch.

• Sayville Patch
The newly hired interim Bayport-Blue Point school superintendent will also be serving as a consultant for the Three Village School District during July and August, Patch has learned. Read the on Sayville-Bayport Patch.

• West Islip Patch
Hundreds of alumni, families, students and other members of the West Islip community gathered on the field of  Thursday evening to wish the school farewell. Read the on Patchogue Patch.

Half Hollow Hills Patch
 graduate Adam Pomper, a freshman lacrosse player for the 2012 national champion Loyola Greyhounds, died Tuesday in Huntington. Read the story on Half Hollow Hills Patch.


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