Technology Education


Welcome students and parents! The 2017/18 School year looks to be an exciting one. It's my 8th year here at West Babylon and my 10th year teaching overall. I've really enjoyed building the relationships I have with the staff, students and parents over the last few years. As a technology teacher at the High School, I've been able to work with my students on many exciting projects over this time. I'm really proud of all of the students that have been able to leave their mark on the West Babylon School District. Below you'll see some of the projects they've been able to work on. Throughout the building you'll find lasting pieces that my students have designed and created. The WB Eagle SEAL wood signage is located outside of the PAC in the lobby. The Owen H. Johnson Library entrance and signage is located on the 2nd floor. The Edward S. De Iulio Music Wing signage located appropriately right outside of the music wing on the 1st floor. 

Here is my schedule for the 2017/18 school year:

            DESIGN & DRAW for PRODUCTION (DDP)               Period 2            Rm. 173
            COMPUTER AIDED DRAWING (CAD)                        Period 3            Rm. 173
            GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS 1 & 2 (GC1 & 2)        Period 4            Rm. 171
            GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS 1 & 2 (GC1 & 2)        Period 6            Rm. 171
            DESIGN & DRAW for PRODUCTION (DDP)               Period 2            Rm. 173/176
            GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS 3 (GC3)                     Period 9            Rm. 171


I offer Extra Help Tutorials every Wednesday at 2pm in room 171. (I'm also here most other days of the week)



        THE PROJECTS (both big and small) 








             3D PRINTING IS NOW AT WEST BABYLON HIGH SCHOOL              






              GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS                




          WORLD AIDS DAY - GC3 "THE AGENCY" DESIGN CONTRIBUTIONS
It all starts with a line...



       CAPTURING LIFE'S EVER PASSING MOMENTS        

One moment they are freshmen, and like that... they are seniors.