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school entranceLynwood Avenue Elementary School

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

 

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

 

Lynwood Avenue School - Learning to Lead Together

  

 

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Virtual Summer Enrichment 2022

Family Connect Nights for 2021 - 2022   

  • June 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 students 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 students 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

Lynwood Destination Imagination Team Places Fourth Globally

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Lynwood Avenue Elementary School placed fourth in the world at the Destination Imagination Global Finals! The Lynwood team previously placed first in New York for the elementary level, earning them the trip to the Global Finals in Kansas City, Missouri, from May 21-24.

Destination Imagination challenges teams of students to work together to solve open-ended STEAM challenges designed to teach the creative process. Through this, students explore their passions, discover their unique talents and abilities, step out of their comfort zones and learn new skills. Lynwood chose to compete in the Fine Arts challenge this year, creating a skit based on Greek mythology and focused on the theme, “If one person has too much power, it can cause destruction.”

The challenge requires the skit to have a costume transformation, an illusion and a trickster, or someone who overcomes a tricky situation. The team created its own songs, and even incorporated a magical tree that acts based on its surroundings to wow the judges.

All seven team members – Aarya, Bella, Charlotte, Cristina, Jack, Shrey and Sofia – played an important role in the skit, whether it was acting, writing the script, making costumes, designing props or singing.

Not only did Lynwood come in fourth place for the Fine Arts challenge, the team won first place in the Instant Challenge, which is a timed, creative and critical-thinking exercise that builds teamwork. This year, the team had limited materials to build a bridge in five minutes. Additionally, Lynwood earned the Renaissance Award for their excellent understanding of the Instant Challenge.

Notably, Lynwood was the only team from Long Island competing in the Global Finals and only one of nine teams from New York. The team was chosen to carry the New York flag for the opening ceremony, where teams from around the world gathered.

“It was such an honor to be representing New York and competing against kids from everywhere,” Jack said. “It was so fun to compete against everyone and to come in fourth place, for the specific thing that we did was just awesome.”

Destination Imagination provided students with a number of skills, including creative thinking, public speaking and problem-solving, along with memories that will last a lifetime. The District congratulates the Lynwood team on its success!


Date Added: 6/9/2022

Lynwood Avenue Students Take First Place in Destination Imagination Competition

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The Lynwood Avenue Elementary School Destination Imagination team recently took first place at the New York affiliate tournament and will be advancing to Global Finals in Kansas City, Missouri, in May.

The team of talented fifth grade students were challenged to tell a tale of a tricky character overcoming a tricky situation. As part of the challenge students needed to research a character found in literature, theater or film and then design and create an art illusion and costume, and create and present a story about the character they chose.

Date Added: 5/10/2022

Sachem Student Leads Recycling Effort at Lynwood Avenue Elementary

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Lynwood Avenue Elementary School second grade student Kayla Zatyk worked in collaboration with building principal Catherine Dulovic to bring recycling bins to her school.

Kayla wrote a letter to Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine and had 311 students and staff sign a petition for Brookhaven Town to donate recycling bins. After receiving the letter Mr. Romaine visited Lynwood Avenue to bring in the bins himself. He commended Kayla for her efforts and commitment to recycling to make her community a better place.

As part of the visit students learned about the Town of Brookhaven Recycling Program and items that are created from recycled materials.

Date Added: 5/5/2022