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Middle School 2018 Moving Up Ceremony

Middle School 2018 Moving Up Ceremony photo

VIDEO: Meet the Valedictorian and Salutatorian


Elementary Swim Registration Information

Please be advised that elementary swim lesson registration will be held on Tuesday, June 26 from 6 - 8 pm at the high school pool.

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

Classes run Monday through Friday. Schedule is as follows: 9 am, 9:45 am, 10:30 am, and 11:15 am.


‘Shattered Dreams’ Promotes Responsibility


The Lindenhurst High School Student Council dramatized the consequences of drinking and driving with “Shattered Dreams,” a program that promotes responsible decision-making by high school students regarding drinking and driving.

The event included a mock accident scene in which several students were seriously, and in one case fatally, injured as a result of a student’s decision to drive home while intoxicated after a party. The junior and senior classes looked on as various community entities, including local fire and police responded to the mock scene behind the high school. They watched as police officers tested and “arrested” their classmate whose decision to drive impacted the lives of so many others.

On the second day of the event, the students watched Student Council members re-enact a memorial service for their fellow classmate emphasizing the gravity of situation and reinforcing the message that even one drink can destroy lives.

As a culmination to the program, Certified Speaking Professional, Bobby Petrocelli, spoke with students and shared his experience with a drunk driver. The experience claimed the life of his young wife and changed him forever. He explored with students the power of each decision they make. He also encouraged them to recognize all of the ways in which they matter.

Lindy's Finest Take on the Empire State Games


Lindenhurst students participated in the Nassau County Victory Challenge Empire State Games for the Physically Challenged, held recently at the Mitchel Athletic Complex in Uniondale. Athletes and student buddies participated in a series of activities and races including the 100-meter race and the discus throw. Faculty, parents, aides and administrators cheered the athletes as they worked to achieve their goals.

The student-athletes, who wore tie-dyed green T-shirts to showcase their pride in the district, joined in the spirited competition against each other and other schools from across Long Island. The games were coordinated for Lindenhurst by teacher Karen Parpounas and Courtney Whalley, chairperson for the Elementary Committee on Special Education.

“The Empire State Games provide a unique opportunity for our students to challenge themselves individually outside of the classroom setting, while still enjoying the social comradery that comes with being a part of something much larger,” said Ms. Whalley.

On June 11, a ceremony was held at the Lindenhurst Middle School to honor both athletes and Buddies.

2018 LHS Athletic Banquet

Every year, the varsity athletes and coaches of Lindenhurst High School are honored during its athletic awards banquet at the Melville Marriott. This year, the June 7 banquet showcased a tremendous pool of talented athletes and the coaches who guide them.

Coordinated by the Varsity Club advisers, Janine Cheskay and Michael Cheskay, and the district’s athletic department, the evening recognizes their effort, dedication and achievements. 

The banquet began with the grand procession of the Most Valuable Players for each team. Outstanding athletes were chosen for the Lindenhurst Hall of Fame and the Gold Key awards. Individual scholarships and recognition were presented to players throughout the evening.


Athletes of the Year – Erika Breitfeller and Jeremy Ruckert

Joseph Pritchard – Spirit of Lindenhurst – Nick Anzallone and Sophia Castellano

Coach of the Year – Rick Caravaggio and Nick Lombardo

Assistant Coach of the Year – Jessie Ward Ippolitto and Damon Sinicropi

Superintendent’s Bulldog Award – Michael Cheskay

Dellecave Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame Member – Erika Breitfeller and Jeremy Ruckert

A Message Regarding The Location Change of the ESY Program

CLICK HERE to review a letter regarding a change in the location of the extended school year program.

Message Regarding Half Days of School


VIDEO: The Charles Street Times


Changes to School Health Examination Requirements

CLICK HERE to review a letter from Assistant Superintendent for Special Education and Pupil Personnel Services, Bret Kearney regarding the upcoming changes to the New York State requirements for school health examinations.

2018-19 NYS & NYC Screening & Health Examination Requirements Chart

5th to 6th Grade Residency Verification

Click here to review the 5th to 6th grade residency verification forms
June 21, 2018