Kindergarten Center

111 Atlantic Avenue
Lynbrook, NY, 11563
Main Office Telephone: 516-887-8065
School Nurse Telephone: 516-887-8077

 

Principal: Mrs. Ellen Postman
Health Services: Mrs. Linda Artusa
Clerical: Mrs. Andrea Michielini


School Year Office Hours
: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday
Summer Office Hours: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM, Monday through Friday
All visitors must have an appointment to meet with staff in any school building. Please DO call ahead. Thank you!

Important Contact Information:
NYS Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-342-3720
NYS línea de abuso infantile: 1-800-342-3720
Medicaid Fraud Hotline: 516-612-5200

 

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Lynbrook Kindergarten Center Students Learn About the Human Body at Health Fair

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Students at the Kindergarten Center learned about the brain, heart, lungs, teeth and bones from Molloy University students at the Health Fair on Nov. 9.

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Date Added: 11/18/2022

Lynbrook High School Key Club members share Halloween safety tips

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Members of the Lynbrook High School Key Club in the Lynbrook Public School District recently spoke with Kindergarten Center students on Halloween safety to prepare them for the holiday.

While donning their Halloween costumes, 15 Key Club members shared tips on staying safe on this holiday with Kindergarten Center students who were also dressed in costumes. They educated them about crucial safety rules to follow while trick-or-treating, including to always stay with a parent, look both ways when crossing the street and visit familiar houses.

The Kindergarten Center students were enthusiastic about the safety rules the high schoolers were teaching them. They were encouraged to ask questions and participate in the lesson by commenting on ways they stay safe during Halloween.
“I hope kids had a fun reminder on how to be safe for Halloween,” Lynbrook High School senior Jessica Fowler said. “I loved the experience!”

“The kids were so happy when we walked in with our costumes,” senior Mia Hristodoulou said. “Reading them a story and just being there made them so excited – it was such a heartwarming experience!”

“It was fun to talk to the kids and help them learn the safety rules,” senior Clyde Solide said. “They already knew some of them, and it was great to see that they know how to have fun and be safe at the same time.”

Date Added: 11/8/2022

Lynbrook community stands as one for Unity Day

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On Oct. 19, orange filled the halls and classrooms of Lynbrook Public Schools signifying Unity Day and the community’s unified stance against bullying.

Created by PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, Lynbrook schools and others across the country recognize the day to promote acceptance, inclusion and kindness. Students, staff and administrators wore eye-catching orange to show their commitment to taking a stand against bullying.

Many activities throughout the week promoted Unity Day, such as the creation of the unity tree at West End Elementary School, on which students shared ways to prevent bullying. At Waverly Park, students pledged to be kind to all their peers by posting promises to be inclusive. The Marion Street community came together for a school-wide walk around the track, and at the Kindergarten Center, students drew scenes of kindness, which were combined into an orange pumpkin to celebrate the season. North Middle School students in the Career Development Program who run the Hoot Café visited West End to serve up some tasty treats, while at North Middle, students created and signed a group agreement to do their part to create a safe and inclusive environment. The classroom doors of South Middle School were decorated for a competition promoting teamwork and Unity Day messages. Finally, several of the schools gathered outside to take a group Unity Day photo in different shapes, including “unity” at Waverly Park.

Date Added: 10/21/2022