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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 9:00AM
  Instructional day begins at 9:20AM
  Dismissal is from 3:30-3:40PM
   
Principal:  Dr. Jennifer Pullara

   ANNOUNCEMENTS: 

Before/Afterschool Programs

Kindergarten Orientation 2021

Remote Learners New Student Orientation 2021

 

Parent/Guardian Forms

Immunization Letter 2021 (English) (Spanish)

Parent Letter 2021 (English) (Spanish)

 

Virtual Learning Guidelines

COVID UPDATES

 

Photo Gallery

Lindell Attitude of Gratitude Video

New Elementary Report Card - Parent Guide

 


Winter Concert 2021

On December 13, 2021, Lindell's talented 5th gr Orchestra, 5th Gr Band, 5th Gr Chorus, and 4th Gr Chorus performed in the auditorium.

The 2021 Winter Concert was a quite a success!

Staying Well at Lindell

Long Beach’s Lindell Elementary School continued its Annual February Wellness/Fun, Fruit, Fitness Day tradition with adjustments in light of the pandemic. On Feb. 12, students and staff members celebrated the theme “Lindell Chooses Love, Health and Happiness” with a day of virtual sessions focused on physical activity, mindfulness, nutrition and safety.

This year, rather than rotating across different areas in the building as was done in the past, students enjoyed a full schedule of workshops from their own classrooms. Many presenters were live streamed while others previously recorded activities and lessons for participants. As in years past, members of the community and staff contributed their expertise in a variety of wellness areas. Among them were nutritionists, yoga and dance instructors, physical therapists, doctors and fitness professionals.

To kick off the day, the whole school learned a dance choreographed by physical education teachers Mary Miller and Rachel Ray, along with teaching assistant and former Lindell student Tiffany Canner. A series of 25-minute sessions about health and wellness followed. Special thanks to teachers Kelly Mooney and Lindsay Smith, the custodial staff and all the other faculty and staff members who volunteered their time and helped this event run smoothly.

Students learned techniques to ensure proper hydration, nutrition, dental hygiene, bus and community safety, heart health and breathing. They practiced yoga moves and Irish Dance, engaged in a Drums Alive activity, competed in a jump-a-thon, took on a scavenger hunt challenge and much more. Social Emotional Learning was also incorporated into the theme with a kindness lesson, which was read aloud, and mindfulness strategies.

In addition, the PTA generously donated individually wrapped apples and the supplies for each student to create their own calming jars. The Wellness Fair concluded with a school wide virtual dance party.

Current News

Choice Activity Day

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Mrs. Rundo's creative, unique STEM class challenged students to use recycled materials to engineer new designs! Students had a Choice Activity Day. Students could create a marble run, a fairy tale city or build a dwelling. Students worked collaboratively in self-selected interest groups to create a new design! The STEM room is full of excitement, engagement, and inquiry!

 

Date Added: 1/12/2022

Fourth Graders Experience 100 Years of Long Beach

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Lindell Elementary School fourth graders were treated to an educational journey through the 100-year-old history of Long Beach during their visit to the Long Beach Historical and Preservation Society on Jan. 5. As part of the experience, they heard from local historians, learned about the people who lived in their city and examined artifacts at the museum.

The field trip was made possible thanks to Director of Social Studies and World Languages Theresa Scudiero and Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Dr. Paul Romanelli. Special thanks to the Long Beach Historical and Preservation Society for hosting the students and providing them with an experiential learning that they benefited from.

Attitudes of Gratitude

On November 23, 2021, Lindell had its annual Attitude of Gratitude Day. Parents and guardians volunteered throughout the building, K-5, to work on projects and writing assignments which represented thankful messages.

4th Grade Long House Projects

The 4th graders at Lindell created longhouse projects after the completion of the Native American Social Studies Unit. Some parents and guardians came in to work collaboratively with the students.

The creativity of the students was amazing!

2021-2022 Lindell Motto

A 4th Grade Lindell student, Jack Abramson, wanted to create a school motto. He created three mottos and the 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students had a chance to vote. The winning motto was We share. We care. For the future, we prepare!