South Middle School

333 Union Avenue
Lynbrook, NY, 11563
Main Office Telephone: 516-887-0266
School Nurse Telephone: 516-887-0273


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  Mrs. Kaitlin GaNun
Nurse: Ms. Holly Wilson
Secretary: Ms. Anda Baldwin
Secretary: Ms. Malgorzata Los

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


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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

Professionals share their knowledge for Lynbrook Middle Schools Career Day

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Students at Lynbrook North and South middle schools received insight into a vast range of careers straight from professionals during Career Day on May 12.

Guests who are expertly skilled in various fields visited North and South middle schools to offer insight into their roles and daily responsibilities. Their professions encompassed fields of media, realty, public safety, forensic science, law and much more, giving all students the opportunity to hear about careers they may be interested in. The professional presenters each represented years of experience in their respective fields and offered great advice and answered questions. The Career Fair was coordinated by guidance counselors Mrs. Jennifer Arena and Mrs. Alexandra Etra, as well as the Student Committee including South Middle students Emily Callaghan, Ethan Lunati, Sean Radivill, Maya Roditi, and North Middle students Kelsey Ambrosio, Sadie Aragona, Cole Walsh, and Joseph Wolk.

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1) Mr. Joseph Toscano, a licensed associate broker/sales manager for Douglas Elliman, gave valuable insight into his profession during Career Day at Lynbrook South Middle School on May 12.
2) South Middle students heard from Judge Karline N. Wilson Schmieder, of the Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance.
3) Dentist Dr. Todd Kshonz brought in plenty of props for students to take a close look at.
4) Students observed an item brought in by Dr. Kshonz.

Date Added: 5/18/2023

Lynbrook Schools cheer on ALS Ride for Life’s quest for a cure

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After extensive donation drives by students, members of the ALS Ride for Life Foundation visited Marion Street Elementary and Lynbrook North and South middle schools on May 8.

The tour of the community began at the middle schools, where ALS Ride for Life were cheered on by students and staff around the North Middle track and outside the South Middle front entrance. They made their way to Marion Street, where they were again greeted by signs and cheers, as well as a heartfelt singing performance by students. Each school presented a donation to the organization which works towards finding a cure for ALS. The annual visit by ALS Ride for Life has become a tradition that began at Marion Street, and the students look forward to welcoming them again next year.

Date Added: 5/11/2023