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An Important Message Re: School Security

CLICK HERE to review an important message from the Superintendent of Schools regarding school security.

Celebrating Special People


Students in Malia Guzman’s and Alicia Walsh’s first-grade class at Alleghany Avenue Elementary School celebrated Valentine’s Day with some very special people. Students welcomed a parent, grandparent or other important person in their life to join them for the “Special Person Day” celebration in class. Each student read a piece of writing about their guest and presented their special person with a tissue paper flower. The guests were then invited to stay and enjoy snacks with the class.

Committing to the Next Level


Ten district student-athletes have committed to play their respective sports at the collegiate level.                 

Long Island football champions Nick Anzalone and Jeremy Ruckert will continue to play football next year: Anzalone at Bryant University and Ruckert at Ohio State University. Volleyball players Jason Koehler and Thomas Renick will find themselves on the courts of Springfield College in Massachusetts and St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue, New York, respectively.            

In September, Lindenhurst girls varsity soccer players Erika Breitfeller and Lily Poplawski and boys varsity soccer player Sean Kennedy will attend Fairfield University in Connecticut, Adelphi University in Garden City and Lynchburg University in Virginia, respectively.            

Megan Steinman will play basketball at SUNY Oswego, Christopher Kurtz will continue his fencing at Stephens College in Missouri, and Daniel Micozzi will swim for Wilkes Barre University in Pennsylvania come September.            

Parents, coaches and administrators were pleased to recognize the students’ accomplishments as well as their commitment decisions. Additionally, Director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics Anthony Amesti presented Jeremy Ruckert with a trophy for having also been named the Gatorade Player of the Year.

My Lindy E-Newsletter - February

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Valentines for Veterans


Students of the district recently took part in the Valentines for Veterans program. Children were invited to decorate cards and add personal touches to their work in hopes of showing their support and offering their well-wishes for those brave servicemen and women who served the country. Assemblywoman Kimberly Jean-Pierre, who initiated the project, had her Community Relations Director, Lasheca Lewis, collect the cards to deliver them to the servicemen and women who live locally and those who are serving oversees.

Elementary Swim Registration

Please be advised that elementary swim lesson registration will be held on Saturday, March 3 from 8 -10 am at the high school pool.

$35 per child and checks/money orders should be made out to "Lindenhurst Schools."

Please be advised that classes run on Saturday during the school year. 



Board of Education meetings held at McKenna

Please be advised that Lindenhurst Union Free School District Board of Education Community Forum meetings will no longer will be held at district schools. Effective immediately, all business meetings and community forums will be held at the Margaret McKenna Administration Building located at 350 Daniel St., Lindenhurst. 

Big Hearts Make Little Hats


Each month, the students in Christine Locher’s positive behavior class at Lindenhurst Middle School explore character traits and social skills. While exploring the ideals of selflessness and charity, the students researched the American Heart Association and its Little Hats Big Hearts program which collects baby hats for babies born with congenital heart disease, in addition to raising awareness for living heart health.

Expanding upon one student’s interest in crochet, the class took up the skill and put it to good use for the cause. The class set a goal to crochet 100 caps between the months of November and January and surpassed that goal by 29 caps.

The hats were collected by Michele Gervat, director of community health for the American Heart Association, who explained to the students that the caps would be used on babies in numerous Long Island hospitals. 

DECA Crowns 32 County Champions


The district congratulates the Lindenhurst High School DECA club for their performance during the Suffolk County Community College Regional Competition. The district is proud to announce that with more than 2,500 students from Suffolk County competing, Lindenhurst fared extremely well with 32 students as county champions. This reflects 12 more county champions in Lindenhurst than last year. The students can now move to the state championships in Rochester, New York.

Olasunkonmi Agunloye- Basic Marketing
Kacper Baldyga- Travel & Tourism Team
Kabir Bareja- Job Interview
Emily Bridglal- Visual Advertising
Alihan Cakiralioglu- Principles of Hospitality & Tourism
Sophia Castellano- Food Marketing
Patrycia Ciemniewska- Automotive Services Marketing
Stephanie Conway- Personal Financial Literacy
Victoria Frangella- Job Interview
Jack Frischkorn- Marketing Communications
Michael Frischkorn- Basic Marketing
Victoria Frischkorn- Public Speaking
Sahil Kappor- Marketing Management Team
Adam Kulaczkowski- Travel & Tourism Team
Thomas LaBianca- Human Resources Management
David Laziuk- Business Finance
Victoria Low- Personal Financial Literacy
Kimmarie McCrann- Quick Serve Restaurant Management
Mark McHugh- Marketing Communications
Angelina MenDell- Job Interview
Adesuwa Osenmwegie- Public Speaking
Krishnam Patel- Marketing Management Team
Mya Proscio- Retail Merchandising
Isabella Salinas- Apparel & Accessories Marketing
Luke Savinetti- Marketing Management Team
Colin Sherlock- Food Marketing
Dana Storm- Business Management & Administration
Veronica Szygalowicz- Accounting Applications
Serkan Tabaru- Automotive Services Marketing
Christie VanFlorcke- Apparel & Accessories Marketing
Nicolette Vita- Marketing Management Team
Jake Volmuth- Basic Marketing

Exploring L.I. Geology at Harding Ave


Fifth-grade students of Harding Avenue Elementary School in the Lindenhurst Union Free School District recently explored Long Island Geology with Tracy Marcus, a marine youth education specialist at Cornell Cooperative Extension.

Building upon their science curriculum studies, the students learned that Long Island was formed by glaciers and then compared the resulting geology of the North and South shores. Throughout the interactive lesson, students learned new vocabulary, created a 3-D map of Long Island for their classroom and explored how sand migration and wave power are impacting Long Island beaches.

Important Information Re: Transportation

Please be advised that if your child will be attending a non-public or private school or will require before and/or after school childcare in the upcoming 2018-19 school year, you will be required to complete an on-line application provided by the Lindenhurst Union Free School District no later than April 1st, 2018.              

The application can be found in the transportation section of this website.              

New enrollees will be required to register by appointment with Central Registration in addition to completing the online application. Appointments can be made by calling 631-867-3055.              

Please note that in order for the district to provide effective routing for eligible residents, the On-line application must be submitted by the aforementioned April 1st deadline, which this year falls on a Sunday. Please plan accordingly.

2018 Local Scholarship Bulletin Available

Attention all Lindenhurst High School seniors!

Please be advised that the local scholarship bulletin is now available.

Please CLICK HERE to access the bulletin online.

All applications are due March 2, 2018.

Please be advised that all applications must be typed with the exception of signatures, which are to be hand-written in ink.

2018-19 LHS Course Offerings

The 2018-19 Lindenhurst High School course selection book has now been made available. CLICK HERE to review the course offerings.

Information Regarding Mandatory Prom Meetings

Please be advised that parents of students attending the 2018 Prom must attend one of the following meetings:

February 7, 2018, 7pm, Senior high school auditorium

February 27, 2018, 7pm, Senior high school auditorium

March 20, 2018, 8:30 am, Senior high school library

Information Regarding the LHS Bulldog 2018 Yearbook

Click here for information regarding how to obtain a Lindenhurst High School 2017-18 school yearbook.
February 25, 2018