Marion Street Elementary School students participated in a Grinch for Good initiative last month, successfully collecting 3,650 pounds of food for Island Harvest, a food bank that serves the hungry across Long Island. The abundance of food donations will provide 3,042 meals for families in need.
Students across the nation participated in the Grinch for Good initiative... Read More >
The community gathered for the first Lynbrook Public Schools Board of Education meeting of 2019 on Jan. 9. Students were praised for their recent achievements while important updates were shared, including a presentation on the elementary guidance requirements.
During the evening, the board spoke about Corner of the Sky, an annual musical revue at Lynbrook High School... Read More >
Fifth-graders at Waverly Park Elementary School celebrated the values of Martin Luther King Jr. in honor of his day of remembrance this month and day of service. Students read about Dr. King in the most recent Scholastic News Magazine and completed service projects to help others, just as Dr. King did.
Students in Amy Garfinkel’s class collected 25 blankets to... Read More >
Juliana Condoleo and Kaylie Hausknecht, both seniors at Lynbrook High School are among 300 semifinalists in the 2019 Regeneron Science Talent Search, one of the nation’s most prestigious science and math competitions for high school seniors. As two of the 300 top scholars in the competition, Juliana and Kaylie will each receive $2,000 with an equal amount going... Read More >
Lynbrook North Middle School sixth-graders in Peter McNally’s technology class recently practiced their creativity skills with a trip to the school’s computer lab where they worked with the 3D printing design program, Tinkercad. The program allows students to create and design 3D shapes and objects, program, stimulate and assemble electronics, as well as learn... Read More >