LHS Photo 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

 

Opportunity to pay for Table Insurance Through MySchoolBucks.

There is a webpage created by the Technology Department that contains information on the online Acceptable Use Policy and the online payment option.

Lynbrook Technology Resources || One-to-one Tablet Information 2021-22 (nyleans.org)

 


Principal: Mr. Joseph Rainis - 516-887-0200
Assistant Principal:
Mr. Salvatore Brescia - 516-887-0200
Assistant Principal:
Mr. Matthew Sarosy - 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!!

- Joseph Rainis, Principal


Current News

Lynbrook High School holds Night of the Pumpkins

Lynbrook High School National Art Honor Society Group Photo thumbnail207424
The Lynbrook High School National Art Honor Society recently sponsored the 10th annual Night of the Pumpkins and raised $3,000 for Island Harvest.

The night featured more than 200 pumpkins carved by NAHS members and Lynbrook staff, as well as games, activities, crafts and much, much more. Proceeds benefitted NAHS and Island Harvest Food Bank, a member of Feeding America, the nation’s largest hunger relief organization. Island Harvest distributes fresh produce, meat and non-perishables throughout Long Island and assists thousands of Long Islanders.

This year’s event was sponsored by All State Insurance Company, Barefoot Dave, CMCE, Cusumano Roofing and Remodeling, Fab Treats, Gourmet Ghee, Huntington Learning Center, Kunz Consulting Services, the Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce, the Lynbrook Public Library, Lynbrook Swag, Philly Pretzel Factory and Sunrise Assisted Living,

The NAHS would like to thank all who attended the Night of the Pumpkins.

Key Club Leads Through Service

Key Club Students Standing Outside of a Key Food Marketplace thumbnail206531

Members of the Lynbrook High School Key Club have been hard at working giving back to the community.

As part of their annual popcorn fundraiser, the group raised more than $66,000 in just four days. The funds will be shared among a variety of charities, including Project9Line, the Rose Brucia Education Fund, the Dr. Barbarino Scholarship Fund, the Summer Camp Opportunities Promote Education (SCOPE) organization and Alex’s Lemonade Stand.

Continuing their philanthropy work, the club participated in a food drive at Key Food East End in Long Beach on Oct. 24. The drive was in collaboration with Lynbrook Kiwanis, an adult volunteer organization that frequently works alongside Key Club.
Emma Ward, who serves as co-president of Key Club, expressed her pride for the volunteers, saying “It is great to see so many LHS students volunteering in the community!”

Twelve members also spent Oct. 24 volunteering at North of Sunrise Assisted Living Facility in Lynbrook. While there, the students spent time with residents playing bingo, as well as washed their wheelchairs for them.

Sophie Ward, who serves as co-president of the club, felt that the events were extremely rewarding, commenting, “The smiles on the senior citizen’s faces brought me the same joy as the packed trucks full of food. Leading a service club allows me to constantly give back to my community, and I love knowing that my peers and I are making a difference.”

The club is led by adviser and teacher Dr. Ben Tieniber.

October Food Drive

 

Popcorn Fundraiser

 

Sunrise Assisted Living

Halloween of Treats

students in the career development classes giving thumbs up thumbnail206892
students enjoying cupcakes in the community room thumbnail206893
student and adult sitting at a table with cupcakes thumbnail206894
student sitting at the table smiling thumbnail206895
students in the career development classes giving thumbs up thumbnail206896
students frosting cupcakes thumbnail206897
The Career Development Program classes from Lynbrook High School and Lynbrook North Middle School meet virtually every Friday morning to discuss highlights from their week and upcoming weekend plans. This year, the groups met in person North teacher Bryton Saunders and high school teacher Annie McKenna and organized a joint Halloween party in the high school’s new Career Development Program suite. Students decorated cupcakes, made Rice Krispies treats for Halloween and made a scarecrow craft project. Students also exchanged trick-or-treat bags filled with goodies. According to Ms. McKenna, the teachers plan for the groups to get together monthly and are collaboratively working on some field trips.

Lynbrook Students Say Hola to Reading

High School Spanish Class Students Speaking to Kindergartners Outside thumbnail206526
Kindergarten Students Wearing Their Paper Sombreros thumbnail206528
High School Spanish Class Students Speaking to Kindergartners Outside thumbnail206529
High School Spanish Class Students Speaking to Kindergartners Outside thumbnail206530
Students at the Lynbrook Kindergarten Center received a special treat on Oct. 14 for Hispanic Heritage Month. Lynbrook High School juniors in Bill Luzzi’s honors Spanish class visited the kindergartners outside on the Kindergarten Center field to read a book in Spanish and interact with the young students.

It was the perfect fall day as each kindergarten class made a circle and sat socially distant from each other on the field. Some class’s donned paper sombreros for the occasion. Each kindergarten class had 2-3 high school students that read a children’s book to them in Spanish. After they were finished, the high schoolers interacted with their assigned class and spoke about different Spanish words that they have learned. Kindergartners showcased their foreign language skills and asked the juniors questions as well. The special partnership allowed the two schools to connect in a meaningful way as they celebrated Hispanic culture.

Staying Safe is Key

Students and Staff Members Dressed Up For Halloween thumbnail206695
Students and Staff Members Dressed Up For Halloween thumbnail206696
Students and Staff Members Dressed Up For Halloween thumbnail206697
High School Students Dressed Up For Halloween thumbnail206698
Students and Staff Members Dressed Up For Halloween thumbnail206699
Students and Staff Members Dressed Up For Halloween thumbnail206700
Students and Staff Members Dressed Up For Halloween thumbnail206701
Last week, members of the High School Key Club visited the Kindergarten Center to talk about Halloween safety. Alongside advisor Benedict Tieniber and Key Club presidents Emma and Sophie Ward, twenty high school students visited the kindergartners and spoke on the hazards of Halloween, including “stranger danger.”

According to Emma, "We taught the kindergartners what to do and what not to do when trick-or-treating. We explained that it was important to go with a group of people and a trusted adult, to look both ways before crossing the street, to not to wander off from your group, and to get your candy checked."

LHS Math Students Embrace Hispanic Heritage Month

Seven students standing in classroom thumbnail199956
Lynbrook High School seniors in Susan Malizia’s math class recently engaged in a warm-up activity that connected math concepts with Hispanic Heritage Month. The students examined a graph from the Pew Research Center which was featured in the article, “Key facts about U.S. Latinos for National Hispanic Heritage Month.” Students participated in a student-centered discussion about the properties of the graph shown in the article. Through this warm-up activity, the class not only learned about math content, but also cultural information that related directly to them.

Lynbrook AP Students Rise Up to the Challenge

Congratulations AP Scholars Graphic with Pencil and A Plus Mark thumbnail199795
Despite the global pandemic, members of Lynbrook High School’s Class of 2021 and 2022 continued to persevere in Advanced Placement courses. Eighty-one students were recognized as Advanced Placement Scholars by College Board for their outstanding scores on college-level Advanced Placement exams. The College Board recognizes different levels of achievement based on a student’s performance on these exams.

• 41 students were named AP Scholars, receiving scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams.
• 21 students were named AP Scholars with Distinction, given to students with an average score of at least a 3.5 on all AP exams taken and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams.
• 19 students were named AP Scholars with Honor, earning an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams.

Congratulations to the following students:

AP Scholars:

Rachel F. Belmont
Emily Bergin
Lex E. Burger
Mackensi S. Deninno
Elizabeth N. Di Fiore
Kate F. Dooling
Matthew O. Duch
Sophie L. Dzieciolowski
Nathan J. Gagliardo
Isabelle M. Gaudet
Joseph N. Giovinco
Samantha V. Guggino
Heather P. Horowitz
Joseph D. Ingerman
John F. Kelhetter
Greta E. Kiefer
Scarlett A. Kreit
Shoshana Y. Markowitz
Ryan W. Marrione
Victoria A. Martorano
Emily G. Paladino
Michael A. Papini
Amelia E. Pollicino
Daisy Puca
Tess A. Rechtweg
Richard Matt Redash
Julia E. Reis
Ricki M. Rizzo
Petra L. Roberts
Zoe F. Roberts
Connor S. Rogan
Isabella Sitt
Matthew D. Skolnick
Dylan M. Stalter
Jacey M. Stock
Aidan S. Tessler
Mia D. Tetelman
Brandon A. Torres
Gavin T. Tuosto
Alicia K. Villadiego
Zoe Zou

AP Scholars with Distinction:

Nida F. Ajmal
Christian M. Aldana
Camilla N. Bahri
Sarah Denker
Alexandra P. Fox
Jason M. Huffine
Ambiya Hussain
Collin S. Lung
Luke J. Maroney
Victoria M. Medina
Dylan Moreida
Andrew G. Moscheni
Kathryn Postiglione
Ashley K. Roth
Joshua I. Santoro
Faith L. Singh-Koobial
Leonardo Z. Sola
Julia R. Swerdin
Emma L. Ward
Sophie N. Ward
Carl Zou

AP Scholars with Honor:

Kate L. Anemone
Marti F. Candel
Andrew S. Director
Rachel C. Edelstein
Samantha B. Feldman
Grace M. Gillis
Marianne Lombardo
Johnny Lu
James R. Malinka
Ronan C. Mansfield
Jolie C. Orbeta
Erin E. Quinlan
Jonathan J. Rivas
Megan O. Ryan
Allison R. Santoro
Samantha B. Shea
Leanna M. Sullivan
Adin D. Weiss
Alicia N. Zabala-Alvarez