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IT’S A SMALL WORLD AFTER ALL!

It's a Small World After All!

  To celebrate the rich and varied heritage of the Lynbrook community, students at the Lynbr... read more


 
OH THE PLACES YOU’LL GO!

Oh the Places You'll Go!

In honor of Dr. Seuss's birthday on March 2, the Kindergarten Center staged a star-studded celebration of rea... read more


 
COUNTING OUR WAY TO 100!
One hundred was the magic number for Lynbrook kindergartners as they found what seemed like 100 ways to celebrate the 100th day of school.  
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READING SPREADS KINDNESS


Students at Lynbrook's Waverly Park School put a new spin on their annual PTA Pick A Reading Partner Week celebration when they combined... read more


 
KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION JAN. 17 - FEB. 2

Kindergarten Registration Jan. 17-Feb. 2

  The Lynbrook Public Schools district-wide kindergarten registration will take p... read more


 
TOASTING FRIENDS, FAMILY AND FOOD

Students at the Kindergarten Center relived history as they participated in a feast that imparted an unforgettable lesson on meaning of the Th... read more


 
SUPER READERS!
Today Mrs. Schroeder and Mrs. Eitingon's Blue class got the 'Key to the Reading World' when they reread their new favorite story books to their friends! Students used their Super Reading Powers to retell the story they have been practicing at home! The readers were excited to show their classmates how much their reading muscles have grown in Readers Workshop!
 
FULL STEAM AHEAD!

Lynbrook students begin hopping aboard the STEAM train as early as kindergarten, with innovative lessons incorporating science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics.

After reading "The Three Billy Goats Gruff," students used various materials to build a bridge to help the hungry goats reach the tasty green grass on the other side of the river. They then used exact character words to retell the story while performing in the Readers Theatre.

In another lesson, students read nonfiction books about Christopher Columbus' journey and used blocks to build a boat big enough to hold the entire class, embarking on an imaginary voyage to discover new lands.

Some classes read the book "The Legend of Spookley the Square Pumpkin," making their own Spookley and examining the vertices in their pumpkin. Each class was given a very large pumpkin and students measured its circumference and height and estimated how many seeds were inside.
 
GETTING OUT THE KINDERGARTEN VOTE!

Picking up on the democratic spirit of Election Day, students at the Lynbrook Kindergarten Center participated in a mock election. Instead of votin... read more


 
PRESENTING THE LHS CLASS OF 2028
Wearing rainbow-colored mortarboards and dressed in their finest, the proud kindergarten graduates delighted their families with a festive show of music and poetry to celebrate this momentous occasion. In one strong voice, the children sang spirited versions of "Inch by Inch," "Circle of Friends," "This Little Light of Mine" and other favorites. They finished by reciting the poem "Kindergarten," holding up rainbow-colored letters that spelled out the title.

The newly minted first-graders beamed with pride as Ms. Postman presented them as the LHS Class of 2028.
 
CHIHULY SCULPTURES

Students from the Kindergarten Center participated in a collaborative sculpture inspired by glass-blowing artist, Dale Chihuly... read more


 
IT’S A SMALL WORLD AFTER ALL

It has been said that the littlest people sometimes give us the biggest lessons in life. Such was the case as students at the ... read more


 
DOWN SYNDROME AWARENESS DAY
Doing their part to raise awareness on World Down Syndrome Day, Kindergarten Center staff members wore crazy socks. 

World Down Syndrome D... read more
 
WRITERS WORKSHOP

Kindergartners in Lisa Nulty's class prepared for their Writer's Workshop publisher party. During their narrative writing unit, students created "small moment" stories. This assignment helped them understand how to use transition words, include emotion and dialogue, and strengthen their knowledge of sentence mechanics.


 
KC CLASS SHOWS UNITY THROUGH LEARNING!
The students in Ms. Nulty's kindergarten class used circular and linear configurations to create a peace sign for Unity Week! The students engaged in ... read more
 
MOLLOY NURSING STUDENTS SHARE HEALTH TIPS WITH KINDERGARTNERS

Sure in the belief that you're never too young to start making healthy lifestyle choices, students from the Molloy College nur... read more


 
PENNIES FOR PATIENTS

"The Kindergarten Center launched The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Pennies for Patients Program and raised $982.02! According to LLS, a donation of $900 provides patients with the opportunity to participate in a promising experimental immunotherapy clinical trial. Kindergartners attended a developmentally appropriate kick-off presentation, emphasizing the importance of helping those in need. Working together, we are helping to save lives!" 


 
ARTWORK AT THE LIBRARY

  The Red Classes have prepared artwork that is now on display at the Lynbrook library through the month of December!  Come check out our Gingerbread friends in the children's room while you browse through terrific books!


 
SERVING THANKS AND KINDNESS AT THE KINDERGARTEN CENTER

Children at the Kindergarten Center embraced the meanings of gratitude and generosity during a Thanksgiving feast that they enjoyed on November 26.... read more


 
FALL PUMPKIN PATCH COMES TO THE KINDERGARTEN CENTER

Children in the Lynbrook School District's Kindergarten Center were excited to find a pumpkin patch assembled on their school's field on October 30... read more


 
HEALTHY LEARNERS AT THE KINDERGARTEN CENTER NURSING PROGRAM VISIT PROVIDES IMPORTANT LESSONS

Kindergarten Center student... read more


 
KINDERGARTNERS PLANT PENNY TREE
As part of their Ecology Week celebration, students at the Lynbrook Kindergarten Center gathered together to plant a "Penny Tree." Each student brough... read more
 
CHILDREN’S BOOK ILLUSTRATOR VISITS K
Children's book illustrator Paula Heaphy visited the Kindergarten Center to read a series of books about bullying she produced in collaboration with a... read more
 
SPANISH FAIRY TALES DELIGHT KINDERGARTNERS
Using a clever combination of technology, imagination and Spanish-language skills, Lynbrook High School seniors in Brenda Arum's 5R Spanish classes ma... read more
 
‘IT’S A SMALL WORLD'
In a tradition spanning a decade, students at the Lynbrook Kindergarten Center celebrated all the cultures that make up the rich heritage of their com... read more
 
SUPER WRITERS CLUB
Students at the Kindergarten Center recently participated in a Super Writers Club celebration, presenting their completed works of informational writi... read more
 
Events

 ·05/25 KC PLAY-CHARLOTTES WEB
 ·05/26 MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND
 ·06/14 BRADY RHYMER
 ·06/21 KC GRADUATION
 ·06/22 KC CARNIVAL
 ·06/23 LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

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Lynbrook, NY, 11563
Telephone: 516-887-8065
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NYS línea de abuso infantile: 1-800-342-3720
Medicaid Fraud Hotline: 516-612-5200