DECA Crowns 20 County Champions


The Lindenhurst High School DECA club recently took part in the Suffolk Community College Regional Competition. The district is proud to announce that 20 Lindenhurst students were recognized as county champions.  Congratulations to the following students and all students who participated in the competition.

Nick Abbazio - Public Speaking (Prepared)

Melanie Abbondola - Automotive Services Marketing

Kaylin Bridglall - Sports & Entertainment Marketing (Team)

Stephanie Conway - Personal Financial Literacy

LeAnn Dalton - Principles of Hospitality & Tourism

Kaitlyn DeLuca - Visual Advertising (Newspaper Ad)

Lindsey Geilman - Sales Demonstration

Sana Husain - Financial Services (Team)

Diane Jagielski - Apparel & Accessories Marketing

Carolyn Kosinski - Retail Merchandising

Adam Kulaczkowski - Hotel & Lodging Management

Kelsie Lopez - Visual Advertising (Newspaper Ad)

Sheila Malone - Personal Financial Literacy

Jack McGill -  Basic Marketing

Aidan Mohan - Decision Making (Marketing)

Samantha Monohan - Sports & Entertainment Marketing (Team)

Andrea Popovici - Financial Services (Team)

Liam Shanley - Business Finance

John Thangavelu - Sales Demonstration

Sofiya Yanyak - Retail Merchandising


Students Study MLK


Second grade students in Heather Paglino’s class at William Rall Elementary School in the Lindenhurst Union Free School District recently explored the message of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in a unique way. As a class the students examined two eggs, one brown and one white. The students compared and contrasted the eggs and documented the physical characteristic on a graphic organizer. The teacher then broke each egg open and students once again documented their observations.

This lesson came on the heels of the students studying Dr. King and his efforts during the civil rights movement. When asked what she learned from this lesson, one student Divine said “Not everyone is the same on the outside, but we are all the same on the inside.” Another student Mohammed noted that “Martin Luther King was trying to teach the same message as our teacher!”

Information Regarding MS Dance Program to be Offered

CLICK HERE for information and permission slips regarding the new middle school dance program being offered to students in grades 6,7 and 8 beginning in September 2017.

LHS Student to be Publish in Scientific Journal


LHS Senior Ziad Sabry has been conducting research at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, and with professors at SUNY Farmingdale. Their work is soon to be published. Please review this video to learn more about the work Ziad had been involved with and this incredible accomplishment.

Information Regarding 2017-18 Kindergarten Registration

The Lindenhurst School District will be holding registration for all eligible kindergarten students February 1st through February 16th, 2017. Registration takes place at the McKenna Administration Building, 350 Daniel Street.  In accordance with established policy of the Lindenhurst School District, children must be five (5) years of age on or before December 1st, 2017, in order to be enrolled in kindergarten for the coming year.

Registration packets must be presented at the time of registration along with all required documentation. Please complete the packet in its entirety, any incomplete registrations and failure to provide the proper documents will delay your child’s registration and will result in having to return to the office a second time to complete the registration. 

Packets are available in the lobby of the McKenna Administration Building, at all district elementary schools or by clicking the link below.

If you are not sure which school your child will be attending contact the Central Registration Office at 631-867-3055.

CLICK HERE for information regarding 2017-18 kindergarten registration and the schedule of available dates.

CLICK HERE for the 2017-18 Kindergarten Registration Packet. 

Celebrating traditions through movement


Foreign language and ENL students representing grades sixth through eighth at Lindenhurst Middle School recently took part in an Arts-In-Education program in which they were exposed to an exhilarating array of multicultural dance performances by members of the Phyllis Rose Dance Company.

The troupe showcased several dances from across the world illustrating the traditions and celebrations of Hanukkah, Kwanza and Christmas. Dances were choreographed to include traditional steps such as the horah, as well as trendy moves such as “dabbing.” The students not only had the chance to observe the performance, but were also given the opportunity to show off their own moves for their fellow classmates. 

Wreaths Across America


The Lindenhurst High School Class of 2017 have been raising funds for Wreaths Across America. Each wreath was sponsored for $15 and designated to a fallen soldier. All orders were made through             

On Dec. 17, members of the class voluntarily visited the Long Island National Cemetery in Farmingdale and placed the sponsored wreaths on the graves of the fallen soldiers, as did numerous volunteers throughout the country so as to demonstrate their gratitude to the fallen heroes. 

Celebrating the Season with Seniors

Holiday Luncheon

Members of the student council and National Honor Society at Lindenhurst High School, along with several of the school's performing groups recently entertained senior citizens from local Lindenhurst senior programs during the high school's annual Holiday Luncheon, a tradition that has been honored for over twenty years.

Information Regarding Cold War Veterans' Tax Exemption

During a special Board of Education meeting held at the McKenna Administration on November 30, the Board approved the Cold war Veterans' Tax Exemption unanimously.

CLICK HERE to review more detailed information regarding the exemption.

Explanation of Changes to the 2017-18 Secondary ICT Program

CLICK HERE to review an explanation of the changes to the Secondary ICT Program for the 2017-18 school year.

Hope For Youth Overview

In support of the district’s consistent effort of providing students with opportunities to make good decisions and live healthy lives, the district has introduced the Hope for Youth program districtwide for students in grades three and four. Students will receive weekly lessons from trained professionals and explore a range of topics including goal setting, managing stress and effective communication, along with peer pressure refusal, the effects of alcohol and tobacco, and making positive choices. 

CLICK HERE to review the areas of focus and lesson overviews.

Important Information Regarding the Transportation Department

Please be advised that there is important information regarding the Board approved mileage limits for school bus transportation located on the district's transportation website. There you will also fine printable forms that may require your attention.

The transportation page can be found by clicking on the Transportation Information link under the Parents/Students section of the district homepage.



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.

January 19, 2017