Fantastic Firsts


The classrooms have been prepared, the buses are on the road and the sound of laughter has returned to the hallways and playgrounds of the Lindenhurst Union Free School District. September 2 began another school year for the district and students smiled as they reunited with friends, met new teachers and familiarized themselves with their surroundings.  

Information Regarding The District Renovations

As you know, the 2015-16 academic year kicks off this week for students of the Lindenhurst School District. We are excited to welcome all of our students back and know that the upcoming year will be one filled with opportunities and success for our students.

As a valued neighbor to the Lindenhurst Union Free District, the district would like to update you on the renovation projects that were recently completed at the school, as there have been several questions concerning the type of work that was performed and the procedures that were followed by our contractors.

As part of the bond proposition that was approved by the community last December, portions of the roof at the middle school were replaced. A leaking window wall was repaired and our school’s iconic clock tower was restored.

For the roofing project in particular, a pre-construction survey was conducted to identify any material containing asbestos; it was determined that certain portions of the roof’s “flashing materials” contained non-friable asbestos. All other roofing materials were identified as non-asbestos containing.  

The district hired an environmental monitoring and testing firm, who oversaw the abatement scope of our contractor’s work throughout the entire process. The purpose of this was to ensure that any asbestos material was removed according to all governing rules and regulations.  

All materials were properly removed by the abatement contractor. In addition, at the district’s request and to ensure the safety of the school’s occupants, air sampling was performed during the abatement process. The result of all air samples showed no risk and the building was deemed safe for occupancy.  

Please be assured that the safety and well-being of our students and staff is the district’s top priority and it is our commitment to be a good neighbors to the surrounding community. At no time was the safety of our building’s staff – or the safety of our surrounding community – at risk from the improvement work performed this summer.  

Thank you for your continued support of our district. If you have any further questions or concerns on the work performed this summer, please feel free to call Plant Facilities Manager John Marek at 867-3120.

New Year, New Teachers


The Lindenhurst School District officially welcomed new full- and part-time teachers to the 2015-16 school year with a professional development orientation.      


The orientation included welcoming remarks by Superintendent of Schools Daniel Giordano and other members of the central administrative staff. Delivering presentations to the staff were Suzanne Sugarman, assistant to the superintendent for special education and pupil personnel; Kelly Waters-Urraro, coordinator of instructional technology; Jennifer Bova, director of the OWL Teacher Center; and the officers of the Teachers Association of Lindenhurst. 

MySchoolBucks Officially Launched

Please be advised that the district has officially launched the MySchoolBucks online payment service for student meal accounts.  

Click here to read a letter that details the program and how to enroll.  

Please note that it is recommended that all families, regardless of participation, register with MySchoolBucks because parents/guardians will have access to view recent purchases, check balances and set-up low balance alerts for FREE

Welcome Freshmen


Members of the Class of 2019 filled the halls of Lindenhurst High School on Aug. 27 as they familiarized themselves with their new surroundings during the annual ninth-grade orientation.            

The morning began with introductions and presentations from Principal Dr. Christopher Gitz, Assistant Principal for Ninth Grade Mathew Boccanfuso, freshman advisor Tom McCandless, SEPTA President Maria Rella, peer leader advisor Kristy Aurigemma, and peer leaders Tom Bozza and Gabi Barone. The speakers talked about expectations, policies and some of the opportunities available to the new students.           

Student council members and peer leaders were on hand to provide assistance and give tours, advice and moral support to the incoming students.

Sixth-Graders Welcomed


Incoming sixth-grade students experienced their first taste of Lindy Pride when they attended the sixth-grade orientation at the Lindenhurst Middle School on Aug. 24 and 25. Incoming students and parents were invited to roam the hallways to familiarize themselves with their new school. Principal Frank Naccarato gave a presentation in which he reviewed the school’s policies and expectations of the incoming class. In addition to staff members answering questions and providing building tours, breakfast was served by members of the school’s National Junior Honor Society.

Secondary Students Have Access to View Grades

Please be advised the middle school and high school students have access to view their grades using the Student Portal. 

Students will go to:

Username: Student ID # / Password: Lindenhurst

Serving Steak for Scholarships


Thousands of dollars were raised for scholarships to benefit students of Lindenhurst through the 57th annual Larry Troiano Memorial Steak Fry, sponsored by the Lindenhurst Kiwanis Club. To date, the club has awarded a total of $419,400 to 251 student recipients.            

The event, held at Fireman’s Park in Lindenhurst and enhanced with donations from Applebee’s, encouraged participants to make a donation to the scholarship fund and enjoy delicious meals prepared by the Applebee’s staff, along with music and raffles.            

High School Key Club members were instrumental in organizing the affair. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the event will go to the students of Lindenhurst.  

Information and Application for 15-16 Free and Reduced Lunch

Click here for information regarding the 2015-16 school meals program and to obtain the application for Free and Reduced Lunch.

Also, please be aware that the elementary school lunch price has increased from $1.75 to $2.00.

Introducing the Class of 2015 Valedictorian and Salutatorian

September 03, 2015