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Lido Elementary School

237 Lido Boulevard, Lido Beach, NY 11561
Pre-K - Fifth Grade
 

Main Office:
(516) 897-2141
Nurse: (516) 897-2148
Assistant Principal: (516) 897-2141
 
Hours:
Arrival begins at 8:45AM
Instructional day begins at 9:00AM
Dismissal is from 3:30-3:40PM
 

Principal:
Ivelisse Hernandez, Ed.D.

 

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Coffee with Principal, K-5 (English) (Spanish)

Healthy Snack Choices from the Nurses (English/Spanish)

Back to School (English/Spanish)

First Day Notes 2022 (English) (Spanish)

Welcome Letter 2021 (English) (Spanish)

 

Parent/Guardian Forms

Immunization Letter 2022 (English) (Spanish)

Parent Letter 2021 (English) (Spanish)

 

Before/After School Programs

Kindergarten Playdate/Cita de Juego en el Jardin de Infancia 2022   

 


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Long Beach Students Get a Virtual Visit with Olympic Rower

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Olympic rower Justin Best recently answered questions during a virtual visit with fifth graders at Lido Elementary School. The rower will be representing the United States in the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics following his first Olympic experience in Tokyo 2020.

The nearly 40-minute conversation with the Olympian was an interview conducted by Lido fifth grader Thomas Gregory as part of a school project.

In a live Google Meet, Mr. Best answered Thomas’ well-researched questions with the diligence and perseverance of a world-class athlete. The Long Beach students were most fascinated by the attention to nutrition, the expansive workout facilities with mountain views. Mr. Best shared, “High altitude training increases endurance and sports performance.” Just before their visit, Best finished a 90-minute workout on the erg, a rowing machine. He explained, “Since there is no place to row in the mountains, they must use erg machines.”

The biggest lesson learned, said Best, “If you believe in yourself, work hard, eat healthy, listen to your parents, it was their idea he pursues crew, and persevere, you might become an Olympian or at the very least, you might become your best self.”

Following the student-to-athlete interview, Justin Best met with other fifth grade classes throughout the district and gave a virtual tour of the US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado and then answered their questions.

DAte Added: 2/2/2023

 Lido Elementary Fourth Graders Showcase Their Dancing Skills

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Fourth graders at Lido Elementary in Long Beach recently put on their dancing shoes for a culminating showcase of their 10-week Dancing Classrooms of Long Island program. The hour-long showcase took place in the school’s gymnasium and students impressed family, friends and staff with their performances of the Foxtrot, Tango, Rumba, Merengue, Waltz and Swing.

During a Dancing Classrooms residency, Teaching Artists create an environment and model behaviors that offer young people a place to thrive and engage in the joy, discipline and teamwork of social dance. The Dancing Classrooms residencies were made possible with support from the Long Beach Public School District.   

Date Added: 1/5/2023