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Information Regarding the 19-20 Kindergarten Registration

The Lindenhurst School District will be holding registration for all eligible kindergarten students January 30th through February 14th, 2019.  Registration takes place at the McKenna Administration Building, 350 Daniel Street.  In accordance with established policy of the Lindenhurst School District, children must be five (5) years of age on or before December 1st, 2019, in order to be enrolled in kindergarten for the coming year. 

Registration packets must be presented at the time of registration along with all required documentation.  Please complete the packet in its entirety, any incomplete registrations and failure to provide the proper documents will delay your child’s registration and will result in having to return to the office a second time to complete the registration.  Packets are available in the lobby of the McKenna Administration Building, at all District elementary schools and on the District web site.

Please follow the schedule listed below. APPOINTMENTS ARE NOT REQUIRED FOR THE FOLLOWING DATES AND TIMES.  If you are not sure which school your child will be attending contact the Central Registration Office at 631-867-3055.  


ALBANY                               February   1 & 13                          8:00am-12:30pm

ALLEGHANY                       February   8 & 14                          8:00am-12:30pm 

DANIEL                                February   4 & 11                          8:00am-12:30pm

HARDING                            Jan 30 & Feb 6                               8:00am-12:30pm

WEST GATES                     Jan 31 & Feb 7                               8:00am-12:30pm

WILLIAM RALL                   February   5 & 12                          8:00am-12:30pm


In addition to the above dates and times there will be by APPOINTMENT ONLY two evening registrations on Wednesday, February 6th and Wednesday, February 13th, 2019, from 4:00-8:00 pmAppointments can be scheduled for these evening dates by calling the Registration/Residency Office after January 28th 2019.  


In order for your child to be included in Kindergarten screening and orientation, it is asked that you make every effort to register your child on the designated dates and times.  Children who have not registered by the screening and/or orientation dates scheduled by the individual elementary schools will not be allowed to attend the screening and/or orientation.  As a number of kindergarten seats exist in each elementary school the District must utilize a first come, first serve, procedure. Those students registering after the designated dates may be enrolled in an overflow school within the Lindenhurst District.

CLICK HERE for an important message from the Superintendent of Schools.


ENL Family Night


On Nov. 28, the district hosted their fall ENL family night. There were more than 150 people in attendance at the event, housed in the Lindenhurst High School cafeteria.            

Students, their family members, teachers and district administrators shared food, explored further the ENL program and took part in various activities designed to involve all family members. Attendees also enjoyed a dance presentation from the Ukrainian Dance Ensemble “Horlytsia,” choreographed by Grygoriy Momot and Khrystyna Momot. The district’s MCJROTC members assisted in making the event a successful one.            

“We are always trying to maintain our home-to-school connection, welcome new families and affirm cultural diversity,” said Coordinator of World Languages Shelita Watkis. “Events such as this serve exactly that purpose.”

Creating Cultural Connections


Daniel Street Elementary School fourth-graders explored the culture of the Eastern Woodland Indians with the assistance of the “Journeys into American Indian Territory” program.

The unique and interactive presentation lead by guest presenters Maddie Cheers and Chuck Gosline allowed students to learn about the daily life of Eastern Woodland boys and girls through hands-on activities, games, role play and a traveling museum of authentic artifacts and artwork.

Throughout the day, students explored the traditional gender roles of the boys and girls in the tribe and learned about the skills they would have acquired such as hunting, gathering and weaving. They shared traditional stories and played Native American games, that taught respect and teamwork, important principals in the Native American culture.

Additionally, fourth-graders made their very own clay pots, pounded corn into flour and took part in a governing exercise that demonstrated to students the way the Native Americans viewed laws and leadership roles.

Islanders Show Team Spirit at LMS


New York Islanders professional ice hockey players Brock Nelson and Luca Sbisa paid an exciting visit to Lindenhurst Middle School on Nov. 19 for the building’s annual Islander School Day assembly. Lindenhurst was one of approximately a dozen New York schools selected by the program for its team and community spirit.

Assistant Principal John Andruzkieiwicz, clad in an Islanders jersey along with the rest of the staff, pumped up the audience with an inspirational video before the players arrived. Nelson, a center from Minnesota, and Sbisa, a defenseman who grew up in Switzerland, introduced themselves to the rapt audience of sixth-graders and talked about their backgrounds as well as concepts like teamwork and health.

The students had worked hard in advance to prepare questions for the two players, touching on topics such as their daily routine on game days, stress and diet, their views on fighting, their favorite hockey players, major obstacles they faced and the hardest game they ever played. Andruzkieiwicz finished the discussion by asking Nelson and Sbisa if they would bring the Stanley Cup to the middle school if the Islanders won the championship this season. They happily agreed, before sitting down to provide autographs for groups of lucky students.

Exploring Financial Literacy


Students in kindergarten through third grade at Daniel Street Elementary School took part in a series of educational games and interactive lessons focused on financial literacy as presented by the trained corporate volunteers of the Junior Achievement (JA) program.             Junior Achievement is a nonprofit organization whose community and corporate volunteers present lessons that focus on financial literacy, business and entrepreneurship, as well as college and work readiness.

The programs presented are thematic, developed by K-12 educators and correlate to the New York State Social Studies Learning Standards.            

Students in kindergarten began with a study of themselves, while first grade students explored families and how family members’ jobs and businesses contribute to the well being of the family. Second-grade students studied the community and explored the concepts of businesses and production, and third-graders discussed careers as well as businesses and the contributions they make to a city.

A Thank You for National Principals Month


Thank you to all of the district principals for your hard work, dedication and commitment!

December 19, 2018