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2019 Pride of Lindenhurst


The Lindenhurst Board of Education Community Forum on June 12, held at the McKenna Administration Building was a busy evening. Amid the newly decorated student art displays in the building’s All-Purpose room, several awards and recognitions were presented.  

The Pride of Lindenhurst Award is presented annually in several categories by the members of the Board of Education in recognition of an outstanding contribution that inspires pride in the Lindenhurst Union Free School District. This year’s Pride of Lindenhurst in the community category was given to Mr. Gerard Sherlock who has spent over 20 years serving the children of Lindenhurst through the Lindenhurst National Little League Association.

Sue Gorman, Office Assistant in the district’s Special Education Department, was recognized as the staff recipient of the prestigious award for the over 20 years of hard work and dedication she has put forth on behalf of the district’s students.

Also recognized with a Pride of Lindenhurst Award, were the members of the Harding Avenue Book Cafe, who recently raised $1200 for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

CLICK HERE to review a video of the students' 'Lemonade War' success.

During the meeting, the Miller family, of Restoration Kitchen and Cocktails in Lindenhurst was recognized with the Yale Award and Lindenhurst High School Teacher and Student Council Advisor Megan Scharf, received the Harvard Award.

Additionally, several teachers received tenure and approximately 85 Lindenhurst High School students were recognized for obtaining the New York State Seal of Biliteracy. The seal was established to recognize high school graduates who have attained a high level of proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing in one or more languages, in addition to English.


Dear West Gates First Grade Parents,

​Due to the inclement weather predicted for tomorrow, June 13, we have rescheduled our trip to Fireman’s Park to Friday, June 21 from 9:30am to 12:00pm.

​Thank you.


​​​​​​​The First Grade Teachers

Moody's upgrades Lindenhurst UFSD's (NY) GO bonds to Aa2

The district is proud to report that it has established a stable, positive financial position, enabling the Moody’s Investors Service to grant the district an Aa2 Moody’s rating, raising the district’s credit score.

“The benefit of this upgrade is that Lindenhurst will now be able to secure any required financing, such as Tax Anticipation Notes (TANs), at more favorable (e.g. lower) rates and can also issue bonds at lower coupon rates resulting in a decrease in interest charges,” said Assistant Superintendent for Business, Dr. Grace Chan.

According to Moody’s, the Aa2 rating “is driven by the Lindenhurst UFSD’s strong operating performance and multi-year trend of positive tax base growth, which have collectively strengthened the district’s credit profile to a level sufficient for the higher rating category.”  

CLICK HERE to review a Press Release regarding Moody's upgrade of Lindenhurst UFSD's (NY) GO bonds to Aa2.

CLICK HERE for information regarding Update to credit analysis following upgrade to Aa2.

VIDEO: Victorious Bulldogs


Summer Swim Registration Information

Summer Swim Registration is Thursday, June 27 at 6PM outside the pool. The cost is $50- check or money order. The sessions are July 8, July 22 and August 5.

The times are 9 AM, 9:45 AM, 10:30 AM and 11:15 AM.
Thank You!

Exploring Culture


Lindenhurst Middle School students explored the world from their very own school’s gymnasium during the school’s 15th annual International Day. In small teams of two or three, approximately 300 middle school seventh and eighth graders, and sixth graders in a foreign language club, set up booths that detailed different countries around the world. Students displayed photos and memorabilia as well as served traditional foods from the countries they researched. They also played music native to these countries. Throughout the day, votes were cast and students were selected as the winner of various categories. 

May MyLindy E-Newsletter

CLICK HERE to review the May edition of the MyLindy E-Newsletter.

VIDEO: Planting May Flowers


SCOPE Pre-K Program Information

This is a reminder that registration for the SCOPE pre-k program which will be housed at EW Bower School starting this fall is currently open. Half day and extended day classes are available. For information, please contact SCOPE at 631-360-0800 orCLICK HERE.



June 19, 2019