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BOE Community Forum and School Budget Results Meeting TUESDAY, May 17 - 9 PM McKenna Administration Building ?

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BOE Community Forum and School Budget Results Meeting TUESDAY, May 17 - 9 PM McKenna Administration Building

Meeting begins at 9 p.m.

(Executive Session 7 p.m.)

Please be advised that the meeting will also be live streamed using the following link:

As such, any home viewers interested in asking questions regarding the Board of Education’s agenda and/or wish to address the Board of Education may do so by e-mailing their questions and/or comments to by 4 pm, Monday, May 16.


To the extent possible and permitted by applicable law, rule, regulation and District policy, the Board of Education will endeavor to address each question and/or comment during the public participation portion of the meeting.

Summer Lit Camp and Enrichment Program Enrollment

The district is please to announce that Lit Camp will return for the 2022 summer. This program was a great success last year, serving over 200 students. The program will run from July 11 through August 11, 2022 at the William Rall Elementary School from 9am-12pm.  Transportation is not provided.   


If you would like to sign your child up, please click the link below OR print and return the form below to your child’s school.  Enrollment is on a first come-first served basis.  

We are looking forward to another great summer program that promotes literacy as well as elements of positive social interaction and character traits like friendship..  

Please note that lunch will not be served this year and students should bring their own snack.

CLICK HERE to register online.

Haga clic aqui para imprimir el formulario en espanol.

Locust Valley Unifed Basketball Games

Date Added: 5/10/2022


A Successful Dual-Language Family Night

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The Lindenhurst Union Free School District held a successful dual-language family event on April 26 at Albany Avenue Elementary School.

There were over 120 participants from our K-2 program and parents continue to be very supportive of the programs’ growth.

Students and their families participated in three spring themed stations, including a Yoga at which students learned different poses and techniques; a Planting station where they were able to decorate a pot and plant a small seedling and a craft station where they made their own bug jar and bug mask.The Lindenhurst Public Library was in attendance and students ended the night with some educational games that were raffled off while everyone enjoyed light refreshments and snacks.

Daniel Street Students Set Up Shop

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Second grade students at Daniel Street Elementary School in the Lindenhurst Union Free School District recently culminated a math unit on April 25 in a unique and fun way. After weeks of learning about the value of each coin, counting on using coins, and giving back change, the children created their very own stores.

They worked in groups to create store names, priced the items to sell, created receipts, store slogans, and used “cash registers” to store the coins. Play money was used to "purchase" items such as pencils, glow sticks, bouncy balls, erasers and so much more.

Parents of the class graciously donated the items to be sold.