September 9 brought a new school year and new opportunities for students and staff in the Lynbrook Public Schools. With a return to full in-person learning, students arrived at their buildings ready to rise to the occasion of a new year!
At Lynbrook High School, students were greeted with an entirely new wing. Thanks to the successful passage of the bond in the fall of 2017, high schoolers have additional opportunities at their fingertips, including an innovation center, modernized art and music classrooms, a school store and a dedicated classroom for the Career Development Program.
“We are very excited to welcome our students back to our buildings for a year of in-person learning,” Dr. Melissa Burak, superintendent of schools, said. “This year will present unique challenges, but as we always do in Lynbrook, we will rise up and persevere.”