The Lynbrook Kindergarten Center’s Class of 2019 proudly took the stage at Lynbrook High School for their graduation ceremony on June 24. The graduates dressed to impress in their class colors as they celebrated the end of their Kindergarten experience.
Principal Ellen Postman reflected on the students’ time at the school and all the friendships that were formed throughout the school year.
“Their circle of friends began to grow from their first day in school,” she said. “At the end of this week the children will move on to Marion Street, West End and Waverly Park. However, the special memories of Kindergarten will remain with them forever.”
Board trustee Alicemarie Bresnihan congratulated the young students and their families on the milestone occasion. Together, the graduates performed a choral poem titled “Kindergarten” and several other songs for loved ones, the district’s central administration, board of education members and faculty.
Music teacher Madeline Jabin received special recognition during the ceremony for her upcoming retirement. Members of the Parents Club and Principal Postman thanked Mrs. Jabin for her commitment to the students of Lynbrook.
After officially announcing the graduating class of 2019, each class took a final bow on stage with their teachers as proud family and friends cheered.