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Lindy Spotlight Fall/Graduation 2020 Edition

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CLICK HERE to review the Lindy Spotlight Fall 2020 edition with special Graduation 2020 feature. 

Information Re: Kindergarten Registration 21-22

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CLICK HERE to review information regarding Kindergarten Registration for 2021-22.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Kindergarten registration is only available online.

The fastest way to register is online by following these 3 easy steps:

1)   First, fill out the application online at:

2)   Next, download the packet at:

3)   Then, fill out the packet and return required documents by email to:

Required documents: Proof of birth, immunization records, and health appraisal form (physical) for each child.

Paper registration packets are available upon request.  Contact or call (631) 867-3055

Be Happy. Be Brave. Be Drug Free.

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In recognition of “National Red Ribbon Week” from Oct. 26-30, students throughout the Lindenhurst Union Free School District took part in age-appropriate activities that reinforced this year’s theme, “Be Happy. Be Brave. Be Drug Free." 

The event kicked off when the Lindenhurst Community Cares Coalition invited community members to join them as they decorated the village with large red bows.During the week, students demonstrated their spirit and commitment to making healthy choices by participating in a series of designated mini-themed activities assigned to the school days such as wearing wacky socks to school to “Sock” it to drugs, or donning super hero gear to illustrate that students have the power to say no to drugs. At Lindenhurst Middle School, students took part in the week by creating drawings and writing poetry reflecting the Red Ribbon theme.

Welcome Back Elementary Students

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On Nov. 4, after six months of closure and two months of a hybrid learning model, the Lindenhurst Union Free School District happily welcomed back it's elementary students at 100% capacity. Once again, classrooms were filled with students donning masks, but thrilled to be back together with friends and faculty. 

The increase in capacity was the result of the strict adherence to safety protocols coupled with the enhanced use of masks and desk barriers. The remote learning program will still be made available to families who are uncomfortable with a full return to school at this time.

“The safety and well-being of our students and staff have always been at the forefront of our decision making,” said Superintendent of Schools Daniel E. Giordano. “We are grateful to the members of the community who have shared their input and remained patient as we worked through the reopening process.” 

On Monday, Nov. 9, the district will increase capacity at the secondary level from 25% to 50%. 

Wreaths Across America Deadline 12/1

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The Lindenhurst High School National Art Honor Society is raising funds for Wreaths Across America. A wreath can be sponsored for $15 and will be designated to a fallen soldier.  

All orders can be made through . The following ID numbers are required on each order so that the wreaths will be delivered to the Long Island National Cemetery on Wellwood Avenue. The Location ID number is NYLINC and the Group ID number is NY008P. Orders will be taken until Dec. 1.             

On Dec.19, National Wreaths Across America Day, the members of the class will place the sponsored wreaths on the graves of the fallen soldiers, as will numerous volunteers throughout the country.

This is the sixth year that Lindenhurst High School students have supported the cause. Last year, over 200 wreaths were sponsored. This year they are hoping to surpass that impressive number. All are encouraged to sponsor at least one wreath so as to demonstrate gratitude to the fallen heroes.

November 25, 2020