nms photoNorth Middle School

529 Merrick Road
Lynbrook, NY, 11563
Main Office Telephone: 516-887-0282
School Nurse Telephone: 516-887-6585 


Principal: Mrs. Marianne Healy
Principal's Secretary: Mrs. Marisol DiRaimondo
Guidance Secretary: Mrs. Lisa Renz
Nurse: Ms. Diana Manfre


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 North

Thank you for visiting the Lynbrook North Middle School Home Page. Please use the links to the left to find important information related to students, staff and parents.

This site will be updated regularly so please check back often.  Under the correspondence link we post important information that has been mailed or carried home so if something gets lost in the shuffle, you can likely find it there. 


Important Information


Lynbrook North Middle School received gold star recognition from the Anti-Defamation League. ADL’s No Place for Hate initiative is a school climate improvement framework that provides schools with an organizing framework for combating bias, bullying and hatred, leading to long-term solutions for creating and maintaining a positive school climate. No Place for Hate schools received their designation by:

  • Building inclusive and safe communities in which respect is the goal, and all students can thrive.
  • Empowering students, faculty, administration, and family members to take a stand against hate and bullying by incorporating new and existing programs under one powerful message.
  • Sending a clear, unified message that ALL students have a place to belong.



Current News

Lynbrook middle schoolers step up to take on advanced mathematics test

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Twenty students from Lynbrook North and South middle schools challenged themselves to put their mathematical intelligence to the ultimate test as part of the American Mathematics Competition, or AMC.

The select Lynbrook middle schoolers took the AMC 8 test, a 25-question, 40-minute multiple choice examination designed to promote the development of problem-solving skills. The test helps middle school students develop positive attitudes towards analytical thinking and mathematics that can assist in future careers. Students applied classroom skills to unique problem-solving challenges in a low-stress and friendly environment. AMC 8 includes topics from a typical middle school mathematics curriculum such as counting and probability, estimation and proportional reasoning, and elementary geometry including the Pythagorean Theorem, spatial visualization and reading and interpreting graphs and tables.

Lynbrook middle school students who were selected to compete in this prestigious national exam received a certificate of completion. The top scorer from North Middle School was James Moore, while Dylan Giarriputo was the top scorer from South Middle School. From North, participants also included Caleigh Pacheco, Adam Kapadwala, Ellie Marsiglia, Jack Doran, Steven Tamayo, Chae Ha (Cathy) Kim, Avery Riccobono and Owen Ceglie. From South, participants included Mgbodichinma Agwu, Sofia Calderon, Anabella Errico, James Pisano, Shelli Tetelman, Raquelle Vainroob, Matthew Mignella, Brandon Ostroff and Emilie Scala.

Date Added: 3/13/2024

Lynbrook North Middle reviews safe social media practices

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Principal Marianne Healy and teacher James O’Hara visited classrooms to address biased language and the power of words.  thumbnail255480
In preparation of a relaxing winter recess on Feb. 16, students at North Middle School in the Lynbrook School District reviewed a key phrase that helps maintain a mindful social media habit: Words have power.

Principal Marianne Healy, social studies teacher James O’Hara and support staff visited classrooms to encourage safe and all-welcoming social media practices. Students were reminded that biased words, even when unintended, can cause hurt, pain and harm to young people and can also lead to more consequential impacts like acts of bias, discrimination or bullying. Classrooms explored what biased language looks like, its impact and how to address it when faced with or witnessing it.


Date Added: 2/23/2024