Superintendent Melissa Burak looks back at a decade of accomplishments as she prepares for her July retirement from Lynbrook Public Schools.
The Lynbrook Chamber of Commerce hosted its “An Evening of Excellence” Jan. 19 to honor six community figures.
People have left New York in droves this past decade, and Brian Curran is ready to put that trend at an end.
When Paul Lynch was hired by the Lynbrook School District in 2009, he was overcome by a sense of community.
Lynbrook High School senior, Sean Krivitsky, has been named a Scholar in the 2023 Regeneron Science Talent Search, the nation’s oldest science and math competition.
In this case the calculus was simple. As the Lynbrook boys’ basketball team’s surge began to sputter – its midseason four-game win streak imperiled as host Plainedge took a nine-point, second-half lead – Owls head coach Jamie Adams pulled lead guard Eli Sherman-Murphy aside. “Take over,” he told the All-County senior.
Dozens of children participated recently in the New York Elks Lodge #1 basketball Hoop Shoot Contest. The event, held at Valley Stream South High School, drew children and families from Lynbrook, Malverne, East Rockaway, and Valley Stream.
Horizon, the Lynbrook High School student-run newspaper, continued its award-winning streak with several accolades, including Best Overall Newspaper, this year.
Students in the Career Development Program at Lynbrook High School and North Middle School visited a local animal shelter on Jan. 9 to donate goods for the animals in need.
Lynbrook girls’ basketball isn’t wearing its school’s name on the front of its warmup shirts.
It has been called both the physical and symbolic heart of our democracy, located within the very walls where our elected representatives in Washington make our country’s most important decisions. The Capitol Rotunda . . .
Issues of life and death, liberty, justice and freedom call for citizen involvement. We should have strong opinions about such topics.