Lynbrook High School Building Lynbrook High School

9 Union Avenue
Lynbrook, NY, 11563
Main Office Telephone: 516-887-0200
Guidance Office Telephone: 516-887-0215
Athletic Office Telephone: 516-887-0236
School Nurse Office Telephone: 516-887-0228
Student Attendance Telephone: 516-887-0209



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Principal: Mr. Matthew Sarosy - 516-887-0204

Assistant Principal: Mr. Salvatore Brescia - 516-887-0200
Assistant Principal:
Mr. Bryan Garcia - 516-887-0200

Nurse: Ms. Diane O'Brien - 516-887-0228
Nurse: Ms. Cathy Hetrick - 516-612-5416
Nurse Fax: 516-612-5423
Student Attendance: Mrs. Carla Garvey - 516-887-0209

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
All visitors must have an appointment to meet with staff in any school building. Please DO call ahead. Thank you!

Important Contact Information:
NYS Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-342-3720
NYS línea de abuso infantile: 1-800-342-3720
Medicaid Fraud Hotline: 516-612-5200


Welcome to Lynbrook High School
Welcome to Lynbrook High School, where student success is our daily focus and striving for excellence our overarching goal. Our blend of strong academics, a passion for the fine and performing arts, and participation in athletics, service activities and independent projects constitute the very heart of all we do.  Spend some time visiting our website; then find some time to visit us and see for yourself what makes our home away from home, Lynbrook High School, so special.  GO OWLS!!

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Current News

Lynbrook Public Schools hosts Women in STEAM event

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Kelly Finzel, Kelly Behan, Allison Ruiz and Karen Dooling were special presenters for Lynbrook Public Schools Women in STEAM event.
The Lynbrook Public School District proudly hosted its annual Women in STEAM event on May 18. It was a wonderful evening where students in grades 4-8 came to the high school to meet extraordinary women who work in STEAM related careers.

This year’s theme was Lynbrook Pathways, which highlighted the clubs and class opportunities Lynbrook High School offers its students to help prepare them for STEAM-related fields. Presenters for the evening shared their expertise on the science of reading, forensic science, fire prevention, construction and marine biology. Presenters had boards, videos and tools that helped to teach about the skills needed in each of the STEAM-related careers. Additionally, the evening highlighted when our own high school students gave the younger students a tour of the science research facilities in the high school and spoke of their current projects.

Following the presentations, students participated in a hands-on learning activity called SCAMPER. SCAMPER is a technique used to test an idea during the invention process. Students took everyday items and used them to go through the SCAMPER technique to make changes. The evening concluded with a photo-op, where students proudly shared their designs in a fun photo booth.

Click here to view the photo slideshow. Date Added: 6/2/2023

Lynbrook Board of Education holds public budget hearing

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The Lynbrook High School orchestra greeted guests with a performance as they arrived for the Lynbrook Public Schools Board of Education regular meeting on May 3, which included the public budget hearing.

Starting the meeting, the Bern Seiderman Art Gallery announced its final showcase for the 2022-23 school year featuring more than 30 works from students who were selected as All-County Artists. Their work was featured in the county-wide Art Supervisors Association All-County Artists exhibit, which was held in Long Beach and featured art from more than 1,200 students.

Next, several students who recently received accolades got the spotlight. They include Sophia Yaker, who was chosen as the All-County Art Scholarship recipient; Kaelynn O’Brien, who was recognized as an All-State basketball player by the New York Sports Writers Association; and Cece Farr, who received the Award for Excellence in the PTA Reflections competition. The Spector family also presented grants to educators Mary Kirby, Craig Kirchenberg, Michael Kunz, Karen Smith, Harry Weiner and David Yaker.

The Lynbrook High School Key Club enjoyed a highly productive year, and their resulting success was celebrated. Club members, as well as advisor Dr. Ben Tieniber, received honors from the Lynbrook Kiwanis, Nassau County Legislator Bill Gaylor, New York State Assemblyman Brian Curran and Town Councilwoman Laura Ryder. Gabriella Slootsky, a representative of the New York district Key Club, also presented the Lynbrook Key Club with several awards, including the Distinguished Faculty Advisor Award and the Distinguished Club Award.

The retirement of Henry Enrique Gomez, who served for 34 years on the Lynbrook Public Schools custodial staff, was announced.

Assistant Superintendent for Finance, Operations and Information Systems, Dr. Paul Lynch, presented the 2023-24 proposed budget during the public budget hearing. The full presentation can be found on the district website. The budget vote will take place on May 16.

Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Melissa Burak, congratulated all in the music department for their contributions towards the district’s Best Communities for Music Education distinction.

Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment, Dr. Gerard Beleckas, as well as Lynbrook High School Principal Matthew Sarosy, presented the findings of the Grading, Weighting, and Assessment Commission. The roughly 40-member group is comprised of students, parents, teachers and administrators who have held regular meetings to examine assessment and grading practices to propose a fair weighting structure. The full presentation can be found on the district website.

Plans for the Marion Street Elementary School and North Middle School fields were approved by the state.

The board accepted a donation of $1,425 from Field of Honor to purchase American Flags to be displayed throughout the community, as well as a donation of a Casio Celviano keyboard from Ms. Ann Randazzo.

Click here to view the photo slideshow.

Date Added: 5/5/2023