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Resources and Information - COVID-19






We have recently received guidance from the Governor’s Executive Order and the State Education Department that districts must continue to provide remote instruction for students, meals for students, and child care for essential workers every weekday through the remainder of the 2019-20 School Year.

Each teacher will be responsible for emailing parents/students to provide information
regarding the programs, lessons and alternate methods of instruction they plan to use. 
For this reason, it is imperative that you log onto the Parent Portal
and confirm that your contact information is up to date.



Messaging from the District Administration:


Resources and Information Regarding Student Instruction and Learning:

Kindergarten Screenings

If your child is scheduled for a Kindergarten screening during the school closure the screening will be rescheduled. Once the district is aware of when it can resume normal activities, your child's home school will communicate the updated screening schedule. If your child's screening is scheduled when school is in session, the screening will continue as scheduled. 



  • Middle School students have access to online books and resources via the Follett Destiny app on Classlink or by CLICKING HERE Simply log on using your Google account to read any of the eBooks available.

  • If you are having an issue with a Chromebook, WiFi or logging into Classlink you can contact the district’s Network Operations Center at 631-867-3094 between the hours of 8 am and 4 pm. Please note that this number will not provide assistance with instructional inquiries and will not be answered after 4pm.

  • Effective Mar. 19, 2020, if you are in need of a district Chromebook, or have to replace the one you’ve previously been given, please note that you can do so at the newly established ChromeDepot located at the first back entrance off of North Putnam Avenue at the back of the McKenna Administration Building, 350 Daniel Street between the hours of 8:30 am – 11:30 am. A red cone has been placed outside of the entrance to help you locate the door. Contact 631-867-3093 upon arrival and the ChromeDepot Assistant will meet you at the back door to assist you.


Resources and Information Regarding Wellness:


Resources and Information Regarding the Greater Community:

  • CLICK HERE to Review the 20-21 Lindy Spotlight Budget Newsletter / Boletín de presupuesto

    •  Należy pamiętać, że jest to krawężnik odebrać i nie trzeba zaparkować lub zostawić swoje dzieci, aby uzyskać te posiłki. Skorzystaj z wejścia charles street do szkoły średniej przy Indiana Avenue.
    •  Zasoby żywnościowe
    • Recursos Alimentarios 

      Tenga en cuenta que es recogida en la acera y que no necesita aparcar o dejar a sus hijos para obtener estas comidas. Usa la entrada de Charles Street a la escuela secundaria de Indiana Avenue.

    •  Please be advised that Aramark, the district's lunch service provider, will no longer prepare meals in the high school cafeteria for pick up after June 26, 2020.

    • TEXT "Summer Meals" to 97779 or call 1-866-348-6479 for more information on Summer Feeding Programs.

      • Bagged meals will be provided to ALL grade level students containing both breakfast and lunch from 8 am to 11 am at the rear of the Lindenhurst High School cafeteria (by the gymnasium when you enter from the Charles Street entrance off Indiana Avenue. This is a curbside pick up service. You do not need to park or leave your children to get these meals.

  • Long Island Cares can deploy their Children’s Food Trucks to your neighborhood. Call them at 631-582-3663 (FOOD)
  • St. Vincent DePaul food pantry at OLPH is open for those in need of food assistance. They have reduced hours of Wednesday and Friday 10:00a to 11:30a and every first and third Saturday 1:30p to 3:00p. 
  • At the request of the school district, SCOPE Education Services is pleased to provide emergency extended school age care during this difficult time. Registration is limited to currently enrolled SCOPE families in the district and First Responders and Medical Personnel in the School District. This is a five day a week program. *Start dates will vary and program is dependent upon sufficient enrollment. 

    CLICK HERE for information regarding registration if you are:

    • A current SCOPE family in the district

    • A new SCOPE family in the district (First Responders and Medical Personnel only)

    • Registering for the district's Extended Day Program

    If you have any questions or problems, please call (631)360-0800, Barbara R. (ext.100) or Angela (ext. 123.)


  • Altice/Cablevision has announced that it will provide noncustomers with students in grades K-12 or college access to the internet free for the next 60 days. This is applicable to any new customer household within the Altice/Cablevision footprint coverage zone. If you would like to receive more information about this, or to sign up free, please contact 866-200-9522.



Resources and Information Regarding COVID-19:

NYS Department of Health Novel Coronavirus Hotline

Call 1-888-364-3065 for Information about Coronavirus

Suffolk County Department of Health Coronavirus Website

NYSDOH Coronavirus Website

World Health Organization Dedicated Coronavirus page Share the Facts About COVID-19 – Stop Rumors What to do if you are sick with the Coronavirus.


Health Promotion Information:

CDC Health Promotion Materials

CDC When and How to Wash Your Hands

CDC Handwashing Fact Sheets (English and Spanish) Stop the Spread of Germs


Resources For or Regarding Children:

COVID-19 FAQs Re: Children

When to Keep Your Child Home From School

Just For Kids: A Coronavirus Comic Exploring the New Corona



August 08, 2020