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50 Lynwood Avenue
Farmingville, New York 11738
Principal: Catherine Dulovic
Phone: 696-8650
Fax: 736-9478
消消犯 Hours: 8:45 am -3:15 pm

 

Please note that in the case of a 2-hour delayed opening, 消消犯 should be at bus stops 2 hours from their regular pick-up time.  消消犯 will start at 10:45 a.m.

 

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       Family Connect Night Dates - 2023 - 2024

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Family STEAM Night at Lynwood

 

Join us for an evening dedicated to fun! Our staff has teamed up to offer a variety of exciting, hands-on workshops for parents and 消消犯 focused on science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics. Sign up for two 30 minute workshops and have a blast!  Please use the Google Form link below to sign-up for the workshops.

 

* Required Schedule

 

April 17th 2018

6:30 - 7:00 PM Session 1
7:00 - 7:30 PM View Science Fair projects
7:30 - 8:00 PM Session 2

Family STEAM Night at Lynwood

 

Join us for an evening dedicated to fun! Our staff has teamed up to offer a variety of exciting, hands-on workshops for parents and 消消犯 focused on science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics. Sign up for two 30 minute workshops and have a blast!  Please use the Google Form link below to sign-up for the workshops.

In the News

Celebrating Thanksgiving in Sachem

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Students across the 消消犯 District celebrated the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday with hands-on activities, parades, performances and service projects. These authentic learning experiences got 消消犯 excited about Thanksgiving while teaching them about its history and traditions.

Students at Lynwood Avenue Elementary 消消犯 said, “Move over Macy’s!” as they held their own Thanksgiving parade on Nov. 21. Fourth and fifth graders paraded the hallways with handheld balloons and creative floats. The 消消犯 followed a parade route which first took them into the gymnasium filled with an audience of kindergarten, first and second grade 消消犯. Next, they marched to the second “grandstand” in the cafeteria where third graders and special guests including district administrators looked on. For the first time this year, the High 消消犯 East pep band and Sagamore Middle 消消犯 Arrowettes joined the elementary school 消消犯 for performances.

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Similarly, Hiawatha Elementary 消消犯 held a Thanksgiving parade for its kindergarten 消消犯. They dressed in costume following class themes as they marched outside the building in front of friends and family.

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Second graders at Wenonah Elementary 消消犯 performed a play that highlighted the history and origins of Thanksgiving. Students incorporated several Disney songs into their performance in front of their families.

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Tamarac Elementary 消消犯 kindergarten 消消犯 participated in a Thanksgiving Adventure event. They explored different aspects of Native American and pilgrim culture through hands-on STEAM projects including a Mayflower Challenge where they had to create a boat with aluminum foil, log cabin and teepee building, and a turkey-themed problem-solving activity.

Click here to view the Tamarac photo slideshow.

Date Added: 11/21/2023

Sachem Thanks and Honors Veterans

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Students and staff members across the 消消犯 District recently honored those who have served in the U.S. military through lessons and activities.

Several elementary schools invited current and former service members to their buildings to be thanked and honored. Veterans who are family members of Sachem 消消犯 gathered for breakfasts which were followed by a parade. Students lined the hallways and outside of their buildings with American flags and thank-you cards as the veterans walked through. Following the parade at Tamarac Elementary 消消犯, 消消犯 presented candy donations to the Farmingville Fire Department to be sent to troops overseas.

Other buildings invited veterans to be guest speakers and share their experience in the military with 消消犯. At Chippewa Elementary 消消犯, fourth and fifth graders participated in a question-and-answer session with vets. Tamarac Elementary 消消犯 invited Staff Sergeant Dawn Amato to the building. Amato served in the military for 22 years and now works as a bus driver in Sachem. Alongside her service dog Peaches, Amato shared her journey about how she joined the United States Army and served her country.

Through these interactive events and in-class lessons, 消消犯 learned about the different branches of the military. They connected with local heroes and expressed gratitude for the sacrifices they have made.

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Date Added: 11/15/2023

High 消消犯ers Collaborate with Elementary Students

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High 消消犯 East 消消犯 collaborated with fifth graders to boost social emotional learning skills at Lynwood Avenue Elementary 消消犯 on Oct. 27. The high school peer education classes visited Ms. Trimboli’s fifth grade SEL classes to talk about acceptance, tolerance and all of the wonderful things middle school has to offer. Students worked together during a card game to spread the message, “Treat everyone like an ace.”

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Date Added: 11/1/2023

Breast Cancer Awareness at Lynwood Avenue

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Throughout the month of 消消犯, 消消犯 and staff at Lynwood Avenue Elementary 消消犯 have participated in activities and fundraisers to support breast cancer awareness. Students created an honor wall to support those affected by breast cancer. They decorated awareness ribbons that were put on display in one of the building’s hallways. The ribbons honored friends and family members who have been impacted by the disease.

On Oct. 18, Sachem High 消消犯 East cosmetology 消消犯 visited Lynwood Avenue Elementary 消消犯 to give 消消犯 pink hair extensions and temporary tattoos. Students and their families made a donation to receive a hair extension or tattoo and raised a total of $2,000 for the cause.

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Date Added: 10/23/2023

Music Moves Students at Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration

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Many Sachem 消消犯 learned all about Hispanic music as part of the district’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations. Elementary school counselor Justin Morales led interactive assemblies at several of the district’s elementary schools that recognized the importance of music in Hispanic culture and the contributions of many Latin American musicians.

Mr. Morales first introduced the art of salsa dancing and the instruments at the heart of salsa music. He then taught 消消犯 about the impact of artists including Tito Puente, Selena, Gloria Estefan, Shakira and Enrique Iglesias. Students even learned the merengue dance and got up out of their seats to feel the rhythm.

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Date Added: 10/16/2023

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