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Monthly Bulletin - August 2022

Please click here to read the August 2022 Bulletin.

Notice of Special Board Meeting

The Board of Education will meet on Monday, August 15 at 5 p.m. for a special meeting. The meeting will be held in the AA Boardroom.

Lynbrook Summer Playground Students Enjoy Carnival Day

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Students in the Summer Playground program in the Lynbrook Public School District enjoyed a carnival-themed day of fun and games on July 29.

At Marion Street and West End elementary schools, several games were set up at different stations, including limbo, bottle ring toss, bobbing for “fish,” a soccer goal challenge and much more. There were a range of prizes available, such as a pet fish to take home after successfully landing a ping pong ball in a fishbowl. Face painting and temporary tattoos were also enjoyed by many. At the end of the day, students cooled off from the summer heat in the sprinklers.

Date Added: 8/3/2022

Welcome to the West End Elementary School Student Council

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Watch West End Elementary School students share their great experiences in the Student Council as they prepare to welcome new members during the upcoming school year!

Date Added: 7/29/2022

Lynbrook Summer Playground Enriches Minds With Fun

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Students in the Lynbrook Public School District are staying physically active and engaged in learning this summer in the Summer Playground program, held at Marion Street and West End elementary schools.

Every day, students entering kindergarten through eighth grade participate in fun activities that prompt the use of their creativity. When not playing in the sprinklers, students assemble crafts, enjoy assemblies by special guests and go on trips, including to a local bowling alley. On July 19, students were visited by firefighters Rockville Centre Fire Department who shared tips on fire safety. Funds from an ice cream sale during the day will be donated to charitable causes.

Date Added: 7/26/2022