For two days at the end of August, Lynbrook School District welcomed its newest educators to the district during New Teacher Orientation. Organized by Dr. Maureen Berman, assistant superintendent for personnel, transportation and student support services, the orientation program serves as an opportunity for the new staff to meet their colleagues, learn about the district and prepare to welcome students on the first day of school.
Over the course of the two-day event, the staff was introduced to Board of Education President William Belmont, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Melissa Burak, central administrators and current staff members. They learned more about the district’s curriculum, technology, policies and procedures, and also met their mentors. To familiarize themselves with the community, the new staff took a bus tour of the district.
“We have a talented and experienced staff in Lynbrook and we are excited to welcome our newest staff to our educational family,” Dr. Burak stated.