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SUMMER HOURS AND EMAIL MAINTENANCE

The Lynbrook Public Schools will be operating on summer hours (8 AM to 2 PM) starting July 3 to August 25.

Also, please be advised that the Lynbrook School District is upgrading its email servers from July 3 to July 14.  There may be periods of intermittent down time when staff members will be unable to send or receive email.  We ask for your patience and understanding as we go through this process.  If you have an emergency, please do not hesitate to contact administration via a phone call.
 
TAKING ON THE TECH CHALLENGE
The Lynbrook School District's Summer STEAM Academy is once again giving students entering grades 6-9 a chance to connect with their inner techie thro... read more
 
JAMES SAITTA NAMED DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES
The Lynbrook Board of Education has appointed James V. Saitta to serve as the district's new Director of Facilities, effective July 31.

With 18... read more
 
LYNBROOK BOARD OF EDUCATION ELECTS OFFICERS
At its annual reorganization meeting on July 5, the Lynbrook Board of Education officially appointed re-elected members to the Board and elected its o... read more
 
LHS NAMED A SCHOLAR ATHLETE SCHOOL OF DISTINCTION
The New York State Public High School Athletics Association has named Lynbrook High School a 2016-17 Scholar-Athlete School of Distinction. The school... read more
 
IT WAS A VERY GOOD YEAR!
As the school year comes to an end, there is much to remember and celebrate. To look back on this year's many events and achievements read more
 
SUMMER EVENING RECREATION 2017
Lynbrook Public Schools invites boys and girls in the ninth-grade or older to participate in a summer evening recreation program from July 5 to Aug. 1... read more
 
BIG FINISH FOR SPRING ATHLETES
The spring season wrapped up with a big finish for Lynbrook varsity athletes. In baseball, the varsity team earned their first conference championship... read more
 
CLEAR SKIES AHEAD FOR LHS CLASS OF 2017
As the clouds began to darken over the Marion Street field, it looked as if the graduates of the Lynbrook High School Class of 2017 might have to make... read more
 
BIDDING A FOND FAREWELL
Dressed in their best, the proud graduates of Waverly Park School filed into the auditorium to a hearty round of applause.

Before receiving th... read more
 
WEST END GRADS LOOK NORTH
Anticipation ran high as West End fifth-graders prepared to take the first steps on their journey to middle school.

The festivities began with... read more
 
BOE APPROVES BOND RESOLUTION
At the June 14 meeting of the Lynbrook Board of Education, trustees approved a resolution to move forward with a bond proposal that will be put before voters on Tuesday, Oct. 3.

Dr. Paul Lynch, assistant superintendent for finance, operations and information systems, outlined the many steps the Board took to prepare for the bond. After voters rejected a previous bond proposal in March 2106, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Melissa Burak presented a revised bond proposal to the Board at its Jan. 11 meeting. The new proposal reduced the size of the bond by approximately $15 million in response to community feedback, maintaining elements that were deemed most important by the community. The proposal provides for additions and improvements at the high school, including modernized science facilities, an upgraded STEM classroom, dedicated classrooms for chorus, band and orchestra, a new classroom for the Career Development Program, a school store used as a working laboratory to provide business experience for students, an innovation classroom and auditorium renovations. It also provides for upgrades to North Middle School and South Middle School locker rooms, refurbishment of the Atlantic Avenue wrestling room and locker rooms and the addition of air conditioning in the elementary and middle school gymnasiums.

At its May 3 meeting, the Board approved a resolution accepting the results of an environmental impact study for the proposed projects slated for North and South Middle Schools, as well as the elementary schools. The study concluded that these projects will not result in significant adverse impacts to the environment.

At its June 14 meeting, the Board passed a resolution accepting the results of the environmental impact study for the proposed projects at the high school, which also concluded no significant adverse impacts to the environment.  As required by the State Environmental Quality Review Act, these were necessary steps for the Board to take before passing the resolution to move forward with the bond.

Dr. Lynch informed the public that details about the bond proposal, including an architect's summary, the revised bond presentation and revised plan drawings can all be found on the Bond Follow Up link at www.lynbrookschools.org.


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ELEMENTARY AFTER-SCHOOL CARE PROGRAM 2017-2018
The Lynbrook School District is dedicated to providing a quality after-school care program for our students.  As a result of a competitive bid pr... read more
 
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