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                       halloween safety tips                 

from SPiN

1.  Children should not go out during daylight hours unless accompanied by a responsible adult.

2. Do not allow children to eat any candy until you are able to properly inspect it.

3. Have your child carry a flashlight, glow stick or put reflective tape on their costume to make them more visible to cars.

4. Older children who are able to go “trick or treating” in a group, should be advised to plan a safe route with parents and set a specific time for their return home.

5. Instruct your children not to cut through back alleys or fields and stay in well-lighted areas.

6.  Instruct your child to never go into the home of a stranger or get into their car.

7. For small children, place emergency identification information tag discreetly inside their clothing in case they become separated from the group. 

8. Discuss with your children the difference between tricks and vandalism.

9. Clear your yard and sidewalk of obstacles or decorations that are difficult to see in the dark.

Have a very safe and fun Halloween!

 

 







 

United States Veteran's, with Town of Hempstead Supervisor Kate Murray, Mrs. Puliatte, West End Principal and some students.  The United States Veteran's presented a Flag Etiquette Assembly for all students at West End in honor of Veteran's Day. 


EMERGENCY AND DISASTER INFO

EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION:  In the event that the district website is not operational for any reason in the future, an alternate emergency website has been set up at www.nylearns.org/lynbrookadmin.

Click HERE for PowerSchool Log In screen 
(Student User IDs and Passwords can be found on the paper report cards you receive) 

Lynbrook School District has launched an updated website and Facebook page.  
Click HERE to access the new site
 
Click HERE to get to the new Lynbrook Public Schools Facebook page 


Some notes from our district's website: 

WEST END SCIENCE FAIR

Did you ever wonder why the seasons change, how invisible ink works, what ingredients make the best natural lip balm, how crystals form or if music affects plant growth? The answers to these and many other questions could...read more

CHINESE NEW YEAR
Fifth-graders in Jenny Winn's class at Lynbrook's West End School partnered with first-graders to share their knowledge of the Chinese New Year. 

The fifth-graders created books about the holiday, which they read to th
 ...read more

 

WEST END PARP WEEK
West End School's PARP Week reading festivities got off to an inspiring start as children's author Nancy Krulik visited to talk about her life as a writer. Krulik is the author of more than 200 children's books, including ...read more

INTEL DIGITAL BADGE WINNERS
This year for the first time, Intel and the Society for Science & the Public introduced a digital badging system to recognize special student achievement in the 2013 Intel Science Talent Search. Lynbrook High School st ...read more

11 LISFA MUSICIANS
A total of 11 orchestra students from schools around the district qualified to perform in the Long Island String Festival Association elementary and secondary concerts. Hurricane Sandy forced the cancellation of the second...read more

COMBATING SUBSTANCE ABUSE
As part of a continual districtwide effort to combat substance abuse by students, North Middle School eighth-graders attended a presentation about the dangers of alcohol and drug abuse conducted by the Long Island Council ...read more

ALL-COUNTY MUSIC FESTIVAL
A total of 77 district students in grades 5-12 performed at
the Nassau Music Educators Association's All-County Festival on the weekends of Jan. 11 and 18. They joined a select group of musicians from all over Nassau 
 ...read more

 

WEST END GARDEN PROJECT 
West End School was awarded a $250 grant from the Nassau Educators Federal Credit Union's "Funding Your Ideas" teacher grant program. The grant money will be used to purchase materials for the West End Children's Vegetable ...read more

PAJAMA DAY FOR SANDY RELIEF
West End School held an event called "Pajama Day" to raise money for Hurricane Sandy victims. Students and teachers donated $1 to wear pajamas to school for the day. The money that they raised will be used to purchase scho ...read more

TOWN HALL MEETING ADDRESSES CYBERBULLYING
Lynbrook Interim Superintendent of Schools Dr. Melissa Burak joined New York State Assemblyman Brian Curran, Town of Hempstead Senior Councilman Anthony J. Santino, East Rockaway Village Foundation President Theresa Gaffne ...read more


Check out our Forms page for new flyers and forms and check the Latest PTA news page for any important updates.
 
INTERNET SAFETY 
Click here to read the Parents' Guide to Facebook
Click here to read the Parents Guide to Google+
  

SECOND STEP: 

As you know, West End Elementary School is using the Second Step: A Violence Prevention Curriculum to help our students

 think about, develop, and practice positive social skills. Second Step is a program that is based on social emotional learning which has been proven to have a direct impact on bully awareness and prevention. Families play a crucial role in the success of the Second Step program! Communication materials corresponding to the units being covered will continue to be sent home. For additional information about Second Step, the Second Step tab

 

West End NY Islanders Assembly - November 1st
 
 Rest in Peace Dr. Santo J. Barbarino (Dr. B)   
You will be missed by all at West End! 

Click below to check out fan photos... check out all the galleries!
    


School Safety  

A Lockout is a procedure which prevents unauthorised persons from entering the school and is commonly used when the threat is general or the incident is occurring in the immediate area of the school. This procedure allows school activities to continue as normal during the outside disruption.

A Lockdown is a procedure used when there is an immediate threat to the school eg. school intruders. Lockdown minimises access to the school and secures staff and students in rooms. As part of this procedure, everyone must remain inside until the situation has been declared safe by an authorised person eg. Principal or Superintendent