A Message from Superintendent of Schools

Daniel E. Giordano


Another successful year has been concluded for the district. We have celebrated the academic accomplishments of our students at awards ceremonies and recognized educational milestones during promotional events including, the graduation of the Class of 2015. I wish them all much success in their futures. This year’s graduating class will hold a special place in my heart, as it was my first as superintendent of schools. I am confident that the Lindenhurst education these students received will put them on the path to a successful future.

It has been a tremendous year at Lindenhurst, one filled with exciting accomplishments made by talented students. Next year will prove to be an exciting year as well.

With the support of the community the district was able to pass a school budget that allowed for several new courses including SAT Mathematics, SAT English, AP Statistics and virtual enterprises. The special education department is proud to introduce the Life Skills ABLE program. ABLE is an acronym for achieving academics based on living and learning experiences. This multidisciplinary program was designed to help students develop the skills necessary to function productively and independently.

In addition to the new programs, I would like to welcome all new members of staff including the assistant to the superintendent for special education and pupil personnel services, Ms. Suzanne Sugarman.  I also extend congratulations to Dr. Lisa Omeis, who will be leaving Albany Avenue Elementary School where she held the position of principal and will now serve the district as the assistant to the superintendent for elementary and curriculum instruction.

We are always working hard to provide the best for our students. This is what makes Lindenhurst the home of excellent schools. As always, I encourage you to visit not only our website, www.lindenhurstschools.org, but also our Facebook page throughout the year to receive up-to-date information and learn more about the many accomplishments of our students and staff. We have much to be proud of in Lindenhurst.

Enjoy your summer and I look forward to seeing you all in September.

Daniel E. Giordano
Superintendent of Schools




November 30, 2015