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Lindy Cares Youth Summit

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On Oct.  9, members of the Lindenhurst Community Cares Coalition in conjunction with the district took part in the third Lindenhurst Youth Summit.

The event, held at Chateau La Mer, aimed to give students in grades six through 12, an opportunity to collaborate with their peers, share their thoughts and strengthen skills in problem-solving, communication, listening and leadership, as well as, the many ways to find common ground, build rapport and feel empowered.

The students in attendance were a blend of Lindenhurst middle and high school students who were either members of the Lindy Cares Club or demonstrated an interest. They listened as keynote speakers Gabrielle Anzalone, a Lindenhurst alumna, and Assemblywoman Kimberly Jean-Pierre, shared their empowering messages and encouraged students to become leaders in their community.

Participants joined in three breakout sessions that support the Lindy Cares goal of inspiring students to work on reaching their highest potential and serving as a positive force for others who are working to achieve theirs.

Information Regarding Grades 3-8 NYS Test Results

Please be advised that the NYS grade 3-8 Math, ELA and Science test results from last year have been posted on the Parent Portal. 

CLICK HERE for Instructions on how to access the results and accompanying parent reports. 

CLICK HERE to log into the parent portal.

 

Community Caring

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On Sept. 23, the district's athletic teams, coaches, administrators and community members, along with local and state politicians, joined members of the Renna family at the 12th annual Christina Renna Foundation Walk-A-Thon and Blood Drive held at Lindenhurst Middle School.

Christina, a former student of the Lindenhurst School District, was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare form of cancer, and passed away in 2007.

The walk supports the Christina Renna Foundation goal of  “supporting children's cancer research and increasing the levels of awareness and education through the support of cancer groups and outreach programs for the direct support of those in need,” as stated on the website, www.crf4acure.org. All money raised will benefit children’s cancer research at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.

Welcoming Department Heads

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When the 2018 academic year began, students were not the only ones welcomed to the district. Andrea Judge, LCSW, and F. Shaun Sudama were welcomed to their respective roles as coordinator of guidance, and coordinator of career and technical education and library media specialists, respectively.

Ms. Judge joined the district with more than 12 years of school counseling experience by way of the Queens Vocational and Technical High School in Long Island City. She holds her Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in educational leadership from the College of Saint Rose. Additionally, she obtained a Master of Social Work degree from Adelphi University, a Master of Science degree in school counseling from Long Island University and a Master of Science degree in secondary education from Dowling College. This was in addition to a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Stony Brook University.

Mr. F. Shaun Sudama joins the Lindenhurst Union Free School District by way of Nassau Boces in Westbury where he served as assistant principal. He also held the title of business teacher at Division Avenue High School in Levittown and the William Bryant High School in Long Island City. There he also served as the coordinator of CTE, student activities and parent support, and the school’s student achievement program.  Mr. Sudama took part in the Post-Masters Educational Leadership Program at Stony Brook University where he obtained his certifications as a New York State school Building and School District Leader. He earned a Master of Science in adolescent education from Dowling College in Oakdale and a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science and math with a major in business from St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue.

The district is honored to welcome all of its new members and is confident that they will be successful in their endeavors.

Changes Made to Free & Reduced Lunch Process

Please be advised that the start of the 2018-19 school year will see a change in the application process for free and reduced meals within the Lindenhurst Union Free School District.            

To provide the most cost-effective services to the community and simplify the process, the district has made the decision to utilize the free MySchoolApps service. The app guides parents through the application process and confirms that all the necessary information has been provided before it’s submitted. 

The cost savings are not the only benefit, however. Parents will appreciate the convenience of being able to apply for free and reduced meals securely, from anywhere, using any device that is connected to the Internet. Additionally, the MySchoolApps service accommodates users who are fluent in English and Spanish. 

If you wish to apply for free and reduced meals and do not have access to the Internet or a facility which offers Internet usage, such as a local library, MySchoolApps kiosks will be made available at the main office of the Lindenhurst Senior High School, located at 300 Charles Street in Lindenhurst from August 17,2018 through  August 31st, 2018 between 7:45am and 12:45pm Monday through Friday as well as the McKenna Administration Building, located at 350 Daniel Street. Additionally, paper applications in English and Spanish will be available for pick up at the main office of each district school.            

Beginning September 4th, 2018 the Kiosks will be available for use at the McKenna Administration Building from 8am to 4pm Monday through Friday. The High School Kiosks will be available for use from 7am to 2:50pm Monday through Friday.            

If you have any questions regarding the MySchoolApps service or use of a kiosk, please contact Michele Claud in the high school main office at 631-867-3704.  

October 17, 2018