Lynbrook High School Building Lynbrook High School

9 Union Avenue
Lynbrook, NY, 11563
Main Office Telephone: 516-887-0200
Guidance Office Telephone: 516-887-0215
Athletic Office Telephone: 516-887-0236
School Nurse Office Telephone: 516-887-0228
Student Attendance Telephone: 516-887-0209

 

 

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Principal: Mr. Matthew Sarosy - 516-887-0204

Assistant Principal: Mr. Salvatore Brescia - 516-887-0200
Assistant Principal:
Mr. Bryan Garcia - 516-887-0200

Nurse: Ms. Diane O'Brien - 516-887-0228
Nurse: Ms. Cathy Hetrick - 516-612-5416
Nurse Fax: 516-612-5423
Student Attendance: Mrs. Carla Garvey - 516-887-0209

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

 

Welcome to Lynbrook High School
Welcome to Lynbrook High School, where student success is our daily focus and striving for excellence our overarching goal. Our blend of strong academics, a passion for the fine and performing arts, and participation in athletics, service activities and independent projects constitute the very heart of all we do.  Spend some time visiting our website; then find some time to visit us and see for yourself what makes our home away from home, Lynbrook High School, so special.  GO OWLS!!

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Current News

LHS Key Club saves lives with first blood drive

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Members of the Lynbrook High School Key Club saved lives through their annual blood drive, held on Nov. 22 in the LHS gymnasium.

An astonishing total of 114 pints of blood were collected and donated to those in need. With the hard work Key Club members put into spreading awareness about the blood drive via social media flyers, announcements and emails, the turnout was no surprise.

“This blood drive was a great way to kick off the year,” said Key Club Vice President Erik Diaz. “I am really happy with the positive impact Key Club has been able to have on the community and for people in need.”

During the drive, not only did many Key Club members donate blood, but countless other members of the community did too, including LHS alumni, Key Club members’ family or friends and LHS staff. Whether they were donating or volunteering, everyone involved contributed to the success of the day.

“Everyone involved did a great job putting this together. We appreciate everyone who came to donate,” Key Club advisor Dr. Benedict Tieniber said.

Blood drives, which are significant annual events for the Key Club, will continue this year.

“This blood drive was officially one of the last blood drives I will ever run at Lynbrook High School,” said Dea Pulatani, president of the Key Club for the past two years. “The volunteers worked so well to help everything run smoothly. On behalf of the Key Club, we would like to thank everyone who came to support.”

Date Added: 12/6/2023

Lynbrook athletes commit to college and university teams

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Five seniors at Lynbrook High School signed letters of intent signifying their commitment to play for their future colleges and universities on Nov. 8.

The seniors gathered with loved ones in the gymnasium to celebrate the prideful occasion. Athletes and their respective school and sport include:

• Aimee Quinlan – Fairfield University, Swimming
• Katherine Ferng – Iona University, Volleyball
• Mackenzie Casey – Adelphi University, Volleyball
• Mary Costello – Georgian Court University, Lacrosse
• Elena McDonald – Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Lacrosse

The District congratulates these five talented seniors and wishes them luck in the coming years. #OwlProud

Date Added: 11/15/2023

Lynbrook High School CDP students share novel findings

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Lynbrook High School Career Development Program students were busy the month of October preparing biography book report presentations. On Friday, Oct. 27, each student presented a speech dressed as the famous person they researched. Ms. McKenna’s class worked with their speech teacher, Mrs. Applebaum, to prepare for public speaking. High school classes and staff members visited the classroom throughout the day to watch the presentations. #OwlProud

Date Added: 11/14/2023

Lynbrook Key Club annual fundraiser raises over $46,000

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The Lynbrook High School Key Club started the school year off strong with its annual popcorn fundraiser. In four days, from Sept. 27 to Oct. 1, club members managed to raise a grand total of $46,528.

The Key Club’s DoubleGood fundraiser has raised more than $100,000 since its start three years ago. This year, 50 percent of the funds raised went to went to the Dr. Barabrino Scholarship Fund, L.I. Coalition for the Homeless, Project9Line, SCOPE, SCO Family of Services, Rose Brucia Educational Foundation, Global Giving Tree, The Inn, Kiwanis Children's Fund, Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Center, Operation Smiles, and the Leadership Training Conference for Key Club.

On top of encouraging new and returning members to buy and sell popcorn, club members held mini competitions to offer prizes. Over 100 members participated individually or in pairs and raised a wide range each, with the top four supporters including Devin Ryan, Kennett Curtis, Addison Cooper and Damon Lanzello. The LHS Key Club was excited to start the year strong and is looking forward to continuing its service success in the future with upcoming popcorn fundraisers, blood drives, and more.

#OwlProud

Date Added: 11/8/2023

Visiting Professional Artist Series returns to LHS

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The Lynbrook High School Visiting Professional Artist Series is back! The program gives young artists the opportunity for real world connections to creative individuals from around the world who are making a living in the arts. On Thursday, Oct. 26, artist Aaron Nagel “visited” with Mr. Sena’s Senior Portfolio Preparation students from his studio in Portland, Oregon. Our Senior artists asked Aaron questions about his career as a professional exhibiting artist, his painting methods and techniques, his educational background and how he balances the business side of being an artist with the creative side. #OwlProud #OwlLearns

Date Added: 10/26/2023

Marion Street students get visit from Lynbrook High School Culture Club

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Marion Street Elementary School students were transported to Italy on Oct. 24 through special presentations by Lynbrook High School’s Culture Club.

Led by ENL teacher Mrs. Karen Smith, the high schoolers made their way to Marion Street to lead their own classroom lessons about Italian culture. Fourth and fifth graders were ecstatic to see their older peers visit their classrooms. Culture Club members shared some basic phrases in Italian, such as how to say “hello” and “goodbye,” and showed some of Italy’s famous landmarks. Students discussed their own heritage and their love of Italian food before coloring in passports showing Italy’s wonderous sights. The day marked a memorable celebration of Italian Heritage Month for all students.

#OwlProud

Date Added: 10/25/2023

Lynbrook Owls capture victory at Homecoming

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The Owls community braved the rainy weather and flocked toward Marion Street Elementary School on Oct. 21 to show their pride and ring-in another victorious homecoming.

As is tradition, every corner of Lynbrook Schools, from kindergartners to Lynbrook High School seniors, was represented in the parade that proceeded down Union Avenue toward the Marion Street field. Among the stream of green and gold, Homecoming Queen Peyton Keller and King Patrick O’Doherty were escorted alongside fellow homecoming court members Peyton Keller, Patrick O’Doherty, Logan Benvenuto, Zachary Buxton, Alexis Raynor, Jesse Bodian, Addison Abate, Michael Hendrickson, Mikey DeJoseph and Marino Grillo. Before the game kicked off, seniors were applauded as they walked onto the field with their parents.

The Owls brought forth a fierce game against Division Avenue High School and claimed a 43-0 victory. At halftime, the marching band was on beat in a performance led by senior students, and cheer pumped up the excitement with dazzling routines. Lynbrook’s annual homecoming game supports the Council of PTAs’ Scholarship Fund Drive, which awards scholarships to deserving Lynbrook High School seniors.

#OwlProud

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Date Added: 10/23/2023

Lynbrook Schools take united stand against bullying

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Students and staff throughout Lynbrook Public Schools stood as one against bullying for Unity Day on Oct. 18.

Hallways and classrooms were filled with orange on clothing and decorations signifying the theme of the day. Every grade level participated in activities that promoted kindness, inclusion and acceptance of all. An interactive assembly at Waverly Park Elementary School, for example, encouraged students to focus on positive thoughts instead of ones that would put themselves or others down. At North Middle, each step toward kindness was represented on their kindness board assembled by the student government. Meanwhile at South Middle, classroom doors were donned with seasonal decorations and positive messages, and students created a paper chain featuring compliments and encouraging messages.

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Date Added: 10/20/2023

#OwlProud buttons for sale by Career Development Program students

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Students in the Career Development Program presented Dr. Lynch with an #OwlProud button, made with their very own button maker.

The students will be selling #OwlProud buttons after school on Wednesday, Oct. 18 from 10th period (3:30 pm) in the LHS cafeteria. If the buttons are a hit with students and staff, they will have more frequent sales after school.

#OwlProud

Date Added: 10/18/2023

NYSSMA All-State selectees recognized at Lynbrook Board of Education meeting

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Lynbrook High School students chosen as participants and alternates in the prestigious New York State School Music Association Conference All-State Ensembles were recognized at the Oct. 11 Board of Education meeting.

Zacahary Buxton, Jack Ceglie and Liam Mylan, who will play in the mixed chorus, and Eric Reilly, who will serve as an alternate on oboe, were applauded for their hard work and dedication by attendees, administrators and trustees. The student musicians received Lynbrook t-shirts in recognition of their efforts. The NYSSMA Conference All-State Ensembles will take place from Nov. 30 to Dec. 3 in Rochester, offering these students the opportunity to collaborate with the state’s most talented musicians.

Date Added: 10/17/2023

Lynbrook High School students sing thanks to Board of Education

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Students in the Performing Arts Program at Lynbrook High School put on a dazzling sneak peek of their upcoming show to thank Board of Education members on Oct. 11.
Performers gathered to show their appreciation for trustees in celebration of Board Recognition Week. Board members took front row seats in the audience as the cast of students performed a snippet of their show, “Joseph and the Amazing Dreamcoat,” which will premiere from Nov. 17 - 19. Featuring skilled singers and dancers, along with accompanying piano by music teacher Mr. Barry Wyner, the students showed impressive preparation for the show. At the close of their performance, they received a standing ovation from attendees.

Date Added: 10/13/2023