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Lindell Elementary School

601 Lindell Boulevard, Long Beach, NY 11561
   
   
Main Office: (516) 897-2209    
Fax: (516) 771-3782
Nurse: (516) 897-2211
Assistant Principal: (516) 897-2191
   
Hours: Arrival begins at 8:45 AM
  Instructional day begins at 9:00AM
  Dismissal is from 3:30-3:40PM
   
Principal:  Dr. Jennifer Pullara
   
Assistant Principal:
Ms. Anna McGovern

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Current News

Lindell Pre-K Butterfly Release!

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Lindell Pre-K students recently learned about the life cycle of a butterfly in real time by observing them as caterpillars in class to releasing them on a beautiful sunny day!

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Date Added: 6/5/2024

Lindell Students Perform Spring Concert

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Students at Lindell Elementary School in Long Beach delighted their family, friends and the school community at their Spring Concert on May 30. Members of the Fourth and Fifth Grade Orchestras performed a variety of selections under the guidance of Director Brianna Dixon. Among the many songs included, “A Mozart Melody,” “Hot Cross Buns” and “Sailing on the Bay.” The third grader Recorder Band under the director of Vanessa Krywe kept the audience moving while performing the following, “Salamander Step,” “Mi Gata Loca” and “My Blue Panda.” Under the direction of Naomi Marmol, the Fourth and Fifth Grade Bands performed a variety of numbers respectively including “Shine” and “Love Somebody”

The Fourth and Fifth Grade Chorus under the direction of Scott Scheinson closed the concert singing “Why We Sing.”

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Date Added: 6/5/2024

Lindell Celebrates a Successful Year of SEL!

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Lindell Elementary held the last SELF meeting for the year that took place on May 31. Staff and students celebrated a successful year of SEL at Lindell. During this morning activity, students were introduced to ideas of unity, good sportsmanship, and teamwork to prepare for Lindell’s Activity Day that will take place later in June. The Olympic Games are the theme of this year’s Activity Day.

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Date Added: 6/5/2024

Lindell Elementary School Fun Run raises over $18,000

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Lindell Elementary School Fun Run Booster Fundraiser took place on May 28 and raised over $18,000. The funds raised will support PTA sponsored activities, programs and special assemblies throughout the school year to benefit the Long Beach students.

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Date Added: 6/5/2024

Long Beach LARC teams will participate in the International Wonder League Robotics Competition Invitational Round

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The Long Beach fourth grade Learning Activities to Raise Creativity (LARC) Robotics Teams have earned a coveted spot in the International Wonder League Robotics Competition Invitational Round.

The Wonder League Robotics Competition (WLRC) is an international coding and robotics competition for future tech leaders and innovators. Almost 8,000 teams participated in the WLRC competition from 69 countries. Only 12% of teams qualified for the International Invitational Round. Teams participated in four rounds of intensive missions over a five-month period to compete for a chance to earn a spot in the Wonder Workshop sponsored International Invitational Round.

Through a series of story-based missions, the teams developed problem-solving, growth mindset, and creativity skills through coding and programming. The LARC Robotics Teams designed solutions for real-world science and technology challenges by programming their robots.

Congratulations to Mason Bermeo, Jaedyn Diamond, Caylee Donaghy, Arwyn Donofrio, Brody Dowler, Madeline Eckert, Grayson Eichin, Jackson Ferraro, Kiernan Gianfrancesco, Rosalia Heindrichs, Owen Klein, Emma Kohn, Slate Koss, Caroline McCarthy, Kylie McDonnell, Rowan McLaughlin, Jack McNicholas, Hannah Montalbano, Daniel Mooney, Vittoria Mortillaro, Murphey Moser, Cruz Nafte, Riley Pilczak, Truman Rodabaugh, Wolfe Scanio, Laina Sisko, Jayden Torres, Harlen Werner, Jack Wilsusen and Zoey Zeilman.

The Long Beach teams are coached by Long Beach teacher Dr. Caitlin Fuentes King.

Date Added: 5/8/2024