Kindergarten Center

111 Atlantic Avenue
Lynbrook, NY, 11563
Main Office Telephone: 516-887-8065
School Nurse Telephone: 516-887-8077


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Principal: Mrs. Ellen Postman
Health Services: Mrs. Linda Artusa
Clerical: Mrs. Andrea Michielini


School Year Office Hours
: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday
Summer Office Hours: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM, Monday through Friday
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NYS Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-342-3720
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Women’s History Month Takes Flight at the Lynbrook Kindergarten Center

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In honor of Women’s History Month, remote and in-person learners from the Lynbrook Kindergarten Center listened to special morning announcements and read stories to celebrate historic women such as Susan B. Anthony, Amelia Earhart, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Kamala Harris and Rosa Parks. As a correlation to their gravity in motion unit, the students also explored famous female astronauts such as Mae Jemison and Sally Ride.

Lynbrook Kindergarten Center Principal Ellen Postman read to classes about the famous astronauts and students listened and watched astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor read “If I Were an Astronaut” by Eric Braun from the space station. Remote students created and decorated their own space helmets at home to watch the read aloud.

The fun-filled month expanded the young learners’ knowledge of historic women and their positive contributions to the world.

100 Days Smarter in Lynbrook

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Remote and in-person learners from the Lynbrook Kindergarten Center and Marion Street, Waverly Park and West End elementary schools recently marked the 100th day of school in fun and creative ways.

Students at the Lynbrook Kindergarten Center wore homemade 100th day T-shirts and hats and participated in physical education activities related to the day with teacher Josh Berlin. Remote first graders from Marion Street Elementary School got creative by sharing a picture of themselves now and a picture of what they will look like when they turn 100 years old. In the classroom, Marion Street second graders in Amy Brennan’s class created their own original artwork inspired by the number 100.

The festivities continued at Waverly Park Elementary School where students in Jaclyn Miller’s third grade class created a colorful 100-link chain featuring 100 things that they learned and love in third grade. West End Elementary School first graders also engaged in classroom projects connected to the number 100 and dressed like 100-year-olds to mark the special occasion.


Lynbrook Kindergartners Embrace Black History Month

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Throughout the month of February, students at the Lynbrook Kindergarten Center celebrated Black History Month. Classes learned about noteworthy Black artists, athletes and inventors, and participated in projects related to the individual of study. All students learned about American poet Amanda Gorman, traffic light inventor Garrett Morgan, ice cream scoop inventor Alfred Cralle and potato chip inventor George Crum.

During physical education classes, P.E. teacher Joshua Berlin led the kindergartners on an exploration of famous Black athletes such as Laila Ali, Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown, Jesse Owens, Jackie Robinson and Wilma Rudolph. In addition, classes read a variety of children’s books to celebrate Black History Month including “Jabari Jumps” by Gaia Cornwall, “Saturday” by Oge Mora, “Thank You, Omu!” by Oge Mora and “The Other Side” by Jacqueline Woodson. Through these engaging lessons, the Lynbrook kindergartners developed a better understanding of Black History Month and Black individuals who have made a positive impact on the world.