Waverly Park fifth-graders in Amy Garfinkel’s class put their creativity to the test during their Sports Cardboard Challenge on May 3. The class, along with other fifth-graders throughout the district, have incorporated careers in sports into their lessons to correspond with the Lynbrook Public Schools’ theme of the year, “Where Tomorrow Begins... Read More >
Twelve Lynbrook High School students in Dr. Benedict Tieniber’s virtual enterprise class recently participated in the Youth Business Summit 2018 in New York City, showcasing their company “Fuel It.” The competition featured more than 4,300 students from more than 150 schools, 18 different states and 10 different countries. More than 220 virtual... Read More >
In honor of ALS Awareness Month, Marion Street Elementary School students and faculty gathered outside for the school’s third annual ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on May 4, sponsored by the student council. Throughout the week, classes were encouraged to raise as much money as possible to support ALS Ride for Life in their fight to find a cure. With the Ice Bucket... Read More >
The district is pleased to announce that Lynbrook High School was once again recognized by the U.S. News and World Report as one of the 2018 Best High Schools. The high school is ranked No. 809 nationally, up from last year’s ranking of No. 877. The school was also ranked No. 80 within New York State and received a silver medal for performance.
Each year, the... Read More >
Fourth- and fifth-graders at Waverly Park Elementary School put their innovative ideas and research on display during the school’s Young Scientist Fair on April 25. The school gymnasium featured 30 student-created individual and group projects for students, staff and community members to explore.
In the afternoon, classes throughout the building visited the... Read More >