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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. Please note that only applications submitted through the app will be reviewed. No paper applications will be accepted.            

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 McKenna Administration Building, located at 350 Daniel Street, and the main office of the Lindenhurst Senior High School, located at 300 Charles Street in Lindenhurst from July 1,2018 through  August 31st, 2018 between 7:45am and 12:45pm Monday through Friday.  

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.  

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.

 

Lindy's Finest Take on the Empire State Games

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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.

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.
June 24, 2018