Making a Splash in Summer


Summertime is a great time to go to the ocean…or learn about it as the kindergarten and first-grade participants of the Daniel Street Elementary School Extended Summer Program recently discovered.            

During an interactive lesson, teacher Nicole Fellin read the book “Hello Ocean,” by Pam Muñoz Ryan and encouraged her students to explore their five senses as they listened to the sound of the ocean, and experienced the simulated salty taste and feel of the ocean water using water, salt and food coloring.            

“This was a wonderful way for the kids to expand their vocabulary while using their senses,” said Fellin.            

When asked about the lesson, student Ryan said, “I really liked seeing the pictures in the book because it makes you feel like you’re really at the beach!”        

Join the Wall of Heroes

Lindenhurst  students and graduates have much to be proud of. They embody the high school motto of "Leadership, Honor and Scholarship” in many of their endeavors.            

A large number of alumni have gone on to serve our country and defend our basic freedoms. The district wishes to honor those brave members of the Lindenhurst school community by including their names on the “Lindy Grad Vets” Wall of Heroes.            

To be considered, one must complete the application located on the right of this page where it says "Wall of Heroes Application" and provide either proof of graduation from Lindenhurst or proof of service in the form of a DD214.

Please note that when submitting any information that may include personal details such as social security information, it is the responsibility of the veteran to conceal that information.

The district extends its heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of its veterans for their dedication and commitment to service.

Congratulations to the Class of 2016


On the evening of June 24, the Class of 2016 walked the middle school  track one last time as Lindenhurst High School students. The  band performed “Pomp and Circumstance” and the  soon-to-be graduates took to their seats in preparation of becoming the newest Lindenhurst High School alumni.            

The Marine Corps – JROTC Color Guard provided the presentation of colors and Class Vice President Gabrielle Barone led the salute to the flag and made welcoming remarks. The senior members of the high school chorus sang “The Star-Spangled Banner” for their classmates one last time.            

Class of 2016 valedictorian Ihor Balaban addressed his audience with gratitude taking the time to thank the graduating class, in addition to, the families and educators who helped them along the way. He advised his classmates to explore the world beyond Lindenhurst.                           

His statements were preceded by the address of classmate Emma Gillam, who with senior Ryan Frank, was named class co-salutatorian.

Also addressing the class, were Superintendent of Schools Daniel E. Giordano, High School Principal Dr. Christopher Gitz and Board of Education Trustee Valerie McKenna, whose son William sat among the audience of graduates.            

Mr. Giordano took the opportunity to bring the students full circle and read them a story to end their Lindenhurst journey, as their kindergarten teachers had done to begin it. Referencing the book “Giraffes Can’t Dance,” he urged the graduates to be kind, explore their passions and step outside of their comfort zones.

Shortly after the remarks, the soon-to-be graduates approached the podium one by one and received their diplomas from the members of the Board of Education. Upon returning to their seats and receiving a final congratulatory standing ovation from the bleachers, they were granted the opportunity to finalize their experience as Lindenhurst students and ceremoniously toss their graduation caps into the air. 

Before they headed off the field, New York State Sen. Charles Schumer surprised students and took to the podium with an encouraging message to "Go for it!"


Middle School Here We Come


During the month of June, fifth-grade students throughout the district celebrated the end of their elementary experience and prepared to move on to the Lindenhurst Middle School.

Moving up ceremonies were held in which students reflected upon their academic accomplishments and shared special memories Superintendent of Schools Daniel E. Giordano addressed students and faculty at each of the promotion ceremonies. He congratulated the students and shared with each group some words of wisdom.   

The ceremonies ended as students walked across the stage to shake the hand of their principals and receive a special certificate commemorating the end of elementary school.

Fall Driver's Education Registration Information

Below you will find information regarding the Fall Registration for Driver's Education at the Lindenhurst High School.  One could also find these forms on the school's eboard and in the main office of the high school.





Moving On Up!



The sun shone brightly as the eighth-grade students of Lindenhurst Middle School celebrated the culmination of their hard work and took steps forward in their academic experience.The students took part in a special moving up ceremony in which they reflected upon their accomplishments and looked forward to their next steps as high school students.

Principal Frank Naccarato, Board of Education trustee Kevin Garbe and Superintendent of Schools Daniel E. Giordano addressed students, congratulating them and sharing with them some words of wisdom.

The superintendent spoke of new beginnings and endless possibilities as the soon-to-be freshman make their way to the high school. He shared a short story of five wise men lost in the woods and explained how if they each stay true to themselves, as the wise men had done, they too will find their own way.

Various students were recognized with awards including the New York State Comptroller’s Award, the Attorney General’s Triple C award and the Lindenhurst Suffolk Zone Outstanding Physical Education Award.To conclude the ceremony, students proudly walked across the stage to receive a special certificate commemorating their successes in school thus far. The students then reunited with family and friends to continue their celebrations.

Information Regarding Free and Healthy Meals

The USDA and NYSED partner in many local communities to serve meals when school is no longer in session. Where available, free, healthy meals are offered to all children and teenagers, age 18 and under.

Call NYS 1-800-522-5006 toll free or visit to find an open site near you.

Honoring the Grand Old Flag

Donning red, white and blue on Flag Day, June 14, 2016, the students of Daniel Street Elementary School honored their flag with a special ceremony in which they sang patriotic songs including “My Country ‘Tis of Thee,” “America the Beautiful” and “Grand Old Flag.”

Members of the Boy Scouts assisted in raising the American flag and members of the Girl Scouts introduced members of the fifth-grade class to share their Flag Day poetry. Principal Linda Domanico described the history of the flag to students and gave a description of its meaning and symbolism. There were musical performances from the school’s band and orchestra under the guidance of teachers Phil Ricciardi and Al White.

The ceremony concluded with fifth-grade student Ronnie Sciascia, who recently auditioned for Broadway’s hit musical “School of Rock,” performing a version of the “Star-Spangled Banner” on the electric guitar, in a manner similar to that of the performance given by Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock in 1969.

Summer Swim Registration and Open Swim Information

Please be advised that the pool will reopen on July fifth and that the time for open swim has changed.

Open swim will be held between the hours of 7 pm-9 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Open Swim will NOT be held on Wednesdays throughout the summer.


July 25, 2016