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Welcome to Marion Street

Welcome to Marion Street Elementary School.  We pride ourselves on providing a rich learning environment for all of our students in grades one through five.  Our students are provided with the tools necessary to face a challenging curriculum. We strive to make every learning experience meaningful while also supporting the social and emotional well-being of our students.  

We hope that you find this information about our staff, programs, and PTA helpful.Welcome!

Please click here to view the Morning Activities Schedule at Marion Street.


REUSABLE BAGS: JUST SAY NO TO PLASTIC!

Reusable bags will be a natural canvas bag with design in orange enlarged on back.  Reusable bags are $6 each and are available for purchase by students, siblings and parents! The bag you purchase will be from your child’s grade unless you specify otherwise.

Click the link below to see the images: 

bag logos1.pdf




News

CITI FIELD DEBUT FOR MARION ST. CHORUS
Fourth- and fifth-grade Marion Street chorus members made their singing debut at Citi Field when they performed the National Anthem before the start o... read more
 
RISING TO THE ROLLER COASTER CHALLENGE
In April, Marion Street's fifth-graders took part in an engineering design challenge that involved building a roller coaster based on Newton's Laws of... read more
 
LOOKING BACK AT COLONIAL LIFE
Marion Street fourth-graders turned their classroom into a mini restoration village featuring typical housing, clothing, recreation, transportation an... read more
 
MATH-A-THON AT MARION STREET
Recently Marion Street School participated in the Math-A-Thon fundraiser to help St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.  The dedicated students s... read more
 
EXPLORAVISION VISIONARIES
Three teams of fifth-graders in the Lynbrook School District's Voyager Program earned Honorable Mention status in the Toshiba/NSTA 2017 ExploraVision ... read more
 
STANDING UP FOR FREEDOM
A friendship that began in 1991 has blossomed into a time-honored tradition, as third-graders at Lynbrook's Marion Street School once again received a... read more
 
LION KING: THE ‘MANE’ ATTRACTION
Marion Street fifth-graders brought their own brand of joy to the Circle of Life with their stellar production of "Lion King KIDS" on Feb. 3.  Gu... read more
 
DOING MATH TO SAVE LIVES
School spirit was in full display as the entire student body joined forces for Marion Street School's Math-A-Thon, putting their math skills to work t... read more
 
TAKING A VIRTUAL TRIP TO AFRICA
Marion Street third graders took a virtual trip to Africa during a videoconference with Mr. Jeffrey from the Center for Puppetry Arts. Jeffrey, who is... read more
 
SPARKY VISITS MARION STREET
Marion Street School had a great visit from Sparky. Sparky and his friends taught the students all about the importance of teamwork and being a great ... read more
 
MAKING HOMES FOR FEATHERED FRIENDS
The Marion Street Environmental Club and the PTA joined forces with art classes at the school to provide custom-decorated homes for birds this winter,... read more
 
STRIKING A POSE TO STRIKE OUT ALS
Building on the recent popularity of mannequin challenges, students at Lynbrook's Marion Street School created their own to raise funds for ALS.The St... read more
 
PEAK MUSIC FESTIVAL
On November 19th, fourth-grade students from Marion Street and Waverly Park Elementary Schools participated in the 14th annual PEAK Music Festival. Th... read more
 
GROWING A GRATITUDE TREE
Lynbrook's Marion Street School Student Council gathered on Nov. 21 to create a gratitude tree. The students carefully filled the leaves of the tree w... read more
 
EVERY KID VOTES
The students in Mrs. Brennan's second grade class exercised their right to vote on November 1st in a mock presidential election which was sponsored by... read more
 
MARION STREET PUMPKIN INVESTIGATION
Mrs. Hetzel's first grade class conducted a hands-on pumpkin investigation lesson. The teachers worked in groups  with a variety of pumpkins and ... read more
 
RECYCLING AT MARION STREET
The environmentalists at Marion Street have been busy recycling plastic and paper.  Their efforts are saving natural resources in Lynbrook and the surrounding communities. Please click the image on the right to see how much impact this recycling has had so far.

 
LITTLE DOCTORS BLOOD DRIVE
Rolling up their sleeves for a worthy cause, Marion Street students joined forces with Long Island Blood Services to sponsor their annual Little Docto... read more
 
MARION STREET MAKES IT MATTER
Wearing polka dots in honor of International Dot Day, the entire student body at Marion Street School came together to launch their theme for the year... read more
 
GOOD-BYE MARION STREET!

In a proud Marion Street tradition, the entire school marched onto the field to wish the fifth-grade graduates well on their journey to middle sch... read more
 
SINGING THE PRAISES OF KINDNESS
The theme of the day was kindness, as Marion Street School welcomed performer Jared Campbell to lead the school's final unity celebration of the year.... read more
 
GIRLS EXPLORE STEAM CAREERS
Lynbrook fourth- and fifth-grade girls were introduced to the many exciting career opportunities that await them in the fields of science technology, ... read more
 
ALS RIDE FOR LIFE STOPS AT MARION STREET
En route from Riverhead to Manhattan, Chris Pendergast made a special stop at Marion Street School, as part of his 19th annual Ride for Life ALS fundr... read more
 
CLIMBING WALL CHALLENGE
Climbing Wall Challenge
Marion Street students have been rising to new challenges in physical fitness using a rock-climbing wall at their school.Th... read more
 
Events

 ·05/29 MEMORIAL DAY PARADE
 ·05/30 FIELD DAY
 ·05/31 NYS SCIENCE ASSESSMENT
 ·06/01 GAME DAY
 ·06/05 NYS SCIENCE ASSESSMENT
 ·06/07 JUNIOR CONCERT
 ·06/19 GR. 5 AWARDS CEREMONY

Main Contact Information
100 Marion Street
Lynbrook, NY, 11563
Telephone: 516-887-0295
NYS Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-342-3720
NYS línea de abuso infantile: 1-800-342-3720
Medicaid Fraud Hotline: 516-612-5200