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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 Students Read About The Kindred Spirits of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Anne Frank

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As part of the districtwide initiative, “One Beach: A Community That Stands Together,” Lindell students recently participated in an activity after reading a book called “Martin and Anne” by Nancy Churnin about sharing lessons for all ages about two people who stood against hatred.

Date Added: 2/6/2024

Lindell Students Create a Book about Principal Pullara

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To wrap up their pattern book writing curriculum, Lindell Elementary School kindergarten students in Long Beach created a about book about what they think their Principal, Dr. Jennifer Pullara, likes to do. Some of the students said, “Be a principal, pet a dog and help people!”

Date Added: 1/23/2024

Lindell Students Celebrate Unity Through a Shared Read

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Long Beach students in Pre-K through fifth grade at Lindell Elementary School recently participated in a shared literacy experience reading “Share Some Kindness, Bring Some Light” by Apryl Stott followed by a kindness theme project. Additionally, students were encouraged to dress in Lindell spirit wear or wear blue or white to emphasis unity as kindness was discussed throughout the day.

The unifying activity is part of a larger districtwide initiative, “One Beach: A Community That Stands Together.”

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Date Added: 1/23/2024