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Lindy Students Share Prize Posters

The Lindenhurst Union Free School District congratulates the 2019 winners of the annual fire safety poster contest, sponsored by the Lindenhurst Fire Department. Coordinated by firefighter Sarah Callahan, the annual contest invited all elementary students to participate.

Students were asked to either color or draw a picture based on the theme of fire safety. Submissions were then judged and five winners (one per grade) from each school were chosen. To recognize these winners, the fire department traveled to each school with a fire truck and presented the winning artists with certificates of achievement. 


This year’s winners were:

William Rall: Kyla-Mae Kobayashi-Pelo, Illya Pauk-Paglino, Kayleigh Barth-Bressi, Dominick Bilella-Ulrich and Brian Samojedny-Scala.  

Daniel Street: Marissa Gaulrapp, Adam Kiernozek, Vladyslav Lucha, Joel Almante and Camryn Ferriso.

Alleghany Avenue: Stella Baumbach, Piper Ruckert, Alexandra Foltynski, Dallas Bednarik and Kaya Wagner. 

Harding Avenue: Niko Cinque, Eamon Ryan, Narciso Cantalupo, Lili Vorndamne-Cajigal and Julianna Chambers.

West Gates Avenue: Julia Stanton, Lenna Mikolajczyk, Analisa LoDolce, Isabella Castelli and Elisa Lin.

Albany Avenue: Maria Blyshchak, David Guney, Dominic DiGeronimo, Ingrid Gomez Mejia and Belle Conigliaro.

Saturday Enrichment SCOPE Information

Please be reminded that registration is still being accepted for the SCOPE Saturday Enrichment Program at Lindenhurst Middle School. This program is available for all Lindenhurst Students in grades K through five and will run from November 9 through December 14.
 
For information on the courses available please CLICK HERE or contact SCOPE at 631-360-0800 ext 133.

Bulldogs Reign Victorious at Homecoming

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The Bulldog community came out in full force to support the varsity football team during the annual district homecoming festivities.       

The events began on Oct. 18 with the middle school pep rally. Student-athletes from all teams showed their Lindy Pride, donning green and white and cheering from the bleachers. The homecoming fun continued into the evening as the high school pep rally brought together all sports teams, the marching band, dance teams and the cheerleaders to further illustrate a unified Lindenhurst. To conclude the high school pep rally, homecoming queen Sofia Petri and king Eric Hines were announced to the loud applause of their fellow schoolmates. The student council and athletic department coordinated the weekend’s activities.

The parade on Oct. 19 began at Fireman’s Park, made its way down Wellwood Avenue and ended at Lindenhurst Middle School. Each class float represented a different Disney theme park. The freshman class float reflected “Hollywood Studios,” the sophomore class depicted “Animal Kingdom” and the junior and senior classes portrayed “Epcot” and “Magic Kingdom,” respectively.

At half time, there were special performances from the school’s marching band, color guard, cheerleading squads and dance team. At that time, it was announced that the sophomore class won the competition with their beautiful float.

In the end, the Bulldogs reigned victorious as they beat West Islip Lions 14-0.

Wreaths Across America Deadline 11/15

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The Lindenhurst High School National Art Honor Society is raising funds for Wreaths Across America. A wreath can be sponsored for $15 and will be designated to a fallen soldier.  

 

All orders can be made through www.WreathsAcrossAmerica.org/NY0088P . The following ID numbers are required on each order so that the wreaths will be delivered to the Long Island National Cemetery on Wellwood Avenue. The Location ID number is NYLINC and the Group ID number is NY008P. Orders will be taken until Nov. 15.             

On Dec.14, National Wreaths Across America Day, the members of the class will place the sponsored wreaths on the graves of the fallen soldiers, as will numerous volunteers throughout the country. In honor of Veterans Day, everyone is encouraged to sponsor at least one wreath so as to demonstrate their gratitude to the fallen heroes.This is the fifth year that Lindenhurst High School students have supported the cause. Last year, 220 wreaths were sponsored. This year they are hoping to surpass that impressive number. All are encouraged to show their support. 

CLICK HERE to sponsor a wreath.


Access to 2019-20 District Calendar

It has been brought to the attention of the district's communications department that a production glitch in the printing of the 2019-2020 district calendars has resulted in their delayed delivery. 

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. Below, you will find a pdf of the 2019-20 District Calendar for your review.

2019-20 Lindenhurst Union Free School District Calendar

November 15, 2019