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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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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.

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Lynwood Literacy Window Display

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Students in Ms. Sheryl Amallobieta’s fourth grade class at Lynwood Avenue Elementary School participated in a collaborative lesson that spread holiday cheer to wrap up their fiction unit. As a culminating project, the class watched the classic “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” and completed a literary analysis of the story. Students identified literary elements including the theme, mood and tone. Additionally, students discussed and researched characters, character traits and conflicts.

The fourth graders applied what they learned to a visual representation of the story. Students created a plot mountain by mapping out the important events of the story. This mountain was turned into a cardboard Christmas tree. They also worked together to construct 3D characters of the story with their traits labeled.

The “window display” gave students the opportunity to visualize the story from start to finish. It also got students in the holiday spirit.

Date Added: 12/20/2022

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