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Instruction Subcommittee Survey

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On behalf of the district’s Instruction Subcommittee, please take a moment to complete a short survey regarding instruction in September. Your feedback is appreciated.

 

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Lynbrook Teachers Gain Valuable Skills with Year-Long Program

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Teachers Meghan Ceglie and Corinne Teichman graduated from the Greentree Foundation Teachers’ Ecology Workshop on June 25. The year-long program gives Long Island teachers the knowledge and techniques they need to the enhance their teaching abilities about the natural world in their classrooms.

Mrs. Ceglie and Mrs. Teichman started the program last summer. Facilitated by the Greentree Foundation and Seatuck Environmental Association, the workshop consisted of in-depth lectures, field-based programs and hands-on learning experiences designed to enhance one’s knowledge of Long Island’s natural world. The program also included a week-long session in July at Greentree in Manhasset. It continued throughout the school year with seven Saturday field trips that took place across Long Island for teachers to explore the region’s varied and unique natural features.

The skills and techniques that Mrs. Ceglie and Mrs. Teichman learned during the program helped them in writing Lynbrook’s curriculum for a districtwide program known as Flight School. The enrichment program is for Lynbrook students in grades 3-5. Throughout the 2019-2020 school year, Mrs. Ceglie pushed into classrooms at Waverly Park Elementary School while Mrs. Teichman pushed in classrooms at Marion Street and West End elementary schools to present engaging units of study aligned to classroom goals. Among the many topics that Flight School students studied were endangered species, native plants and animals, pollution and clean energy.

“We were so happy to be a part of such a special program,” said Mrs. Teichman. “It changed both of us, personally and professionally. We have a deeper appreciation for the world around us. It was truly a life changing experience.”

Transportation Survey

In anticipation of the reopening of school, we would like to determine the interest level to utilize transportation services for those families who qualify for transportation. Kindly take a few moments to fill out a short survey which can be found here: (English Survey) (Spanish Survey). Thank you and stay safe.

Summer Playground Program 2020: Registration

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Registration is now open for the Lynbrook Public Schools Summer Playground Program! Registration will be on a first come, first served basis. Registration forms and health forms will be brought in person to the Atlantic Avenue Administration Building, 111 Atlantic Avenue, Lynbrook, New York  11563. Registrations will be stamped upon receipt. All registration and health forms are available here and can be dropped off to the Administration Building beginning Monday, June 29 through Friday, July 10. Please include a check or money order made payable to Treasurer, Lynbrook Public Schools. No registration forms will be accepted after July 10. A separate registration and health form must be filled out for each child. One check /money order is acceptable per family. We look forward to seeing you this summer! 

Food Distribution Update

Monday, June 29th will be the last day for meals to be distributed to Lynbrook families. However the pantry will continue throughout the summer months on Wednesday's and Friday's only from 10 AM-12 PM at the high school Carpenter Ave entrance. Please note that the pantry will be closed on Friday, July 3rd for the 4th of July holiday.

Also, attached is helpful information LI Cares, Island Harvest and other local food pantries:

Island Harvest: https://www.islandharvest.org/families/
LI Cares: https://www.licares.org/find-help/food-locator/
 
El lunes 29 de junio será el último día para distribuir las comidas a las familias de Lynbrook. Sin embargo, la despensa continuará durante los meses de verano los miércoles y viernes de 10 AM a 12 PM en la entrada de la escuela secundaria Carpenter Ave. Tenga en cuenta que la despensa estará cerrada el viernes 3 de julio por el feriado del 4 de julio.

Además, a continuación encontrará información sobre LI Cares, Island Harvest y otras despensas de alimentos locales:

Island Harvest: https://www.islandharvest.org/families/
Cuidados de LI: https://www.licares.org/find-help/food-locator/

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