Preview for "Fools" showing this weekend
Semester 1 Finals Schedule
LHS 50th JUBILEE CELEBRATION
Read The Epic
WHO HAS "GROWN" A STACHE IN SUPPORT OF MOVEMBER?
Lynbrook High School staff show their support for the annual Movember charity drive by donning mustaches and growing out their beards to raise awareness. Movember is a charity focused on funding mens' health, specifically prostate and testicular cancer research.
Congratulations to Our Marching Band & Colorguard!
Congratulations to our Lynbrook Marching Band & Colorguard for an amazing season with an incredible finish at the NCBA Finals in Fairfield over the weekend where they brought home the “Sweepstakes” grand prize in the Field Show. Additionally, they took top honors in High Visual and Auxiliary, 2nd place Percussion (by just 0.1), 3rd place Woodwinds and Drum Major and 5th place Brass. Our Band Director, Mike Pakaluk, continues to do a exemplary job in creating unique and creative shows which are artfully performed by our band kids, with the assistance of his dedicated instructional and design staff and the support of our Booster group and parents. Many thanks to all those involved in this incredible season.
Register for ZippSlip
We recommend that you Register and become a regular user of ZippSlip. To Register for the ZippSlip online service, please click HERE. In addition to ZippSlip, some school specific flyers were mailed to parents in July. Go here to view the summer mailer.
Humans of Lynbrook High School
ASB Recognition is proud to present Humans of Lynbrook High (HOLH), a photographic effort to recognize the inherent uniqueness in each individual, one story at a time Like the HOLH Facebook page to follow along here: http://tinyurl.com/humansoflynbrookhigh
Information on Enterovirus D68
Every year, millions of children in the United States get enterovirus infections that can cause coughing, sneezing, and fever. This year, children throughout the country have gotten sick with respiratory illnesses caused by enterovirus D-68 (EV-D68). EV-D68 is one of many enteroviruses that often spread in the summer and fall. It’s not a new virus, but it hasn’t been very common in the past. However, this year, EV-D68 is the most common enterovirus that’s going around.
Read more in the attached article.