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    Pre K Registration

    April 17, 2019

    Dear Parents and Community Members,

    A limited number of spots are still available for parents interested in enrolling their eligible child in the District’s Universal Pre-Kindergarten for the 2019-20 school year.

    The program is a full-day, five-day per week program for children turning four-years old by December 1, 2019. Children must also reside within the Island Park School District and meet all health and immunization requirements. Enrollment is limited so get your application in today!      

    UPK registration will be at Francis X. Hegarty School on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 by appointment only. Please call the Francis X. Hegarty School 434-2670/71 between 8am-4pm for your registration packet and to schedule an appointment.

    The day of your appointment, please bring:

    • Child’s Birth Certificate confirming your child will be four years of age on or before December 1, 2019.
    • 3 Proofs of Residency confirming you are a full-time resident of Island Park (e.g., driver’s license, telephone bill, deed to home, bank statement, etc.).
    • Updated physical and immunization documents from your child’s pediatrician.

    If more applications are received than slots available, a special board meeting will be held at a later date for the purpose of a random selection. Please call (516) 434-2670 for additional information.  There will be a mandatory UPK Parent Meeting on May 28, 2019 for parents of students who are newly accepted and subsequently enrolled in the program.

    Should other openings occur during the school year, those children not selected at the lottery will be notified in the order in which their name was selected.

    Thank you for your continued support of the Island Park Schools.

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
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    GRADE 8 PARENT MEETING

    ISLAND PARK LINCOLN ORENS MIDDLE SCHOOL

    Mark your calendar!
    GRADE 8 PARENT MEETING
    Wednesday, May 8, 2019
    7:00 p.m.
    Steven L. Foster Auditorium
    To discuss the Grade 8 trip to Washington and end-of-the year activities

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
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    ISLAND PARK PTA PLANT SALE MAY 9th & MAY 10th

    The Island Park PTA will be holding its Annual Plant Sale on Thursday, May 9th & Friday, May 10th at both Francis X. Hegarty Elementary & Lincoln Orens Middle School. Students will have the opportunity to purchase flowers, mixed flowers, assorted pots, hanging baskets & a wide array of blossoming garden nursery plants to grow outside in your garden or as a house plant. The Plant Sale prices will range from approximately $3 to $20. A beautiful green or flowering plant always is a perfect idea for a wonderful Mother’s Day gift from your child.

    Please contact Toni Egan (516) 852-2136 with any questions. Thank you.

    TOGETHER WE ARE BETTER!!

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
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    Summer Camp Application

    City of Long Beach
    Department of Parks & Recreation
    Summer Camp Application

    See Attached...

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
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    Letter to Parents Grades 5-8 ELA

    Dear Parents(s)/Guardian(s):

    As you know, students in grades 5-8 will soon be participating in the New York State English Language Arts (ELA) exam on April 2nd and 3rd and the New York State Mathematics exam on May 1st and 2nd.

    See attached for details...

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
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    Lincoln Orens students uphold National Junior Honor Society values

    Island Park’s Lincoln Orens Middle School welcomed 26 new members to the National Junior Honor Society, advised by teacher Ryan Walter, during a ceremony held on March 21. The new inductees join 30 other National Junior Honor Society members, bringing the current total to 56 members.

    National Junior Honor Society was established based on five pillars: scholarship, service, leadership, character and citizenship. Members are selected based on their demonstration of these qualities, with specific requirements for academics and community service. The organization’s student officers took turns in the spotlight, where they described the meanings of these values, the standards and expectations that membership involves and the symbolism of the torch that was lit to represent guidance.

    Principal Dr. Bruce Hoffman welcomed the honorees along with members of the administration and board of education, faculty and students’ families. He explained that the National Junior Honor Society members were being honored not only for their academic success, but also because they are leaders who are involved in their school and community.

    “You are here because you are leaders who are involved in or made contributions to your school and community, you are critical thinkers who have persevered through all the rigorous assessments and curriculum, you make a habit of questioning the world around you, and you are true to yourselves and the values instilled in you by your loved ones and the Island Park School District,” Dr. Hoffman said. He challenged the students to continue to strive toward even loftier goals.

    Each year, the two Lincoln Orens National Junior Honor Society alumni who have the highest grade point averages of all Island Park seniors at Long Beach High School and West Hempstead High School are invited to the ceremony to inspire their younger peers and share reflections and advice from their own experiences. Long Beach High School Class of 2019 speaker Jaylyn Umana shared words of motivation and advice based on his own educational journey. While West Hempstead High School’s Alexus Arnold could not be present, Guidance Counselor Andrea Porzelt read a prepared statement from her.

    The evening also featured musical interlude performances by seventh and eighth grade students of Mouret and Leidig’s “Rondeau” and Leroy Anderson’s “Bugler’s Holiday.” The ceremony concluded with the presentation of certificates by Dr. Hoffman and Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Rosmarie Bovino.

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
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    Island Park honors students and spotlights improvement projects

    The Island Park Public Schools’ March 25 Board of Education Meeting featured student recognitions and important district updates. Discussion items included summer recreation opportunities, a brief LIPA litigation update, presentation on how to improve the play area at Frances X. Hegarty Elementary School, the district’s 2018 report card and timeline of the summer bond projects.

    The meeting began with the announcement of Students of the Month who represented each grade at Francis X. Hegarty Elementary School and Lincoln Orens Middle School. Tommy Matute (kindergarten), Ava Porcelli (grade 1), Ilay Reyes (grade 2), Jason Trahan (grade 3), Billy Doyle (grade 4), Chrystian Ciccarello (grade 5), Camila Bonilla (grade 6), Jason Flores-Jiminez (grade 7) and Isabella Mendez (grade 8) received medals and certificates of excellence. Francis X. Hegarty Elementary School and Lincoln Orens Middle School principals Jacob Russum and Dr. Bruce Hoffman read teachers’ remarks about each student and how they played a positive role in the classroom and displayed excellent character. 

    Superintendent of Schools Dr. Rosmarie Bovino reminded families to register for the district’s Universal Pre-K program on April 9 and spoke about summer recreation opportunities. With construction interfering with the district’s 2019 summer recreation program, Dr. Bovino stated that the district will run two weeks of summer trips. In addition, the City of Long Beach is opening their summer program to Island Park students at the same cost as students in the Long Beach School District.

    BBS Architect Curt Coronado presented groundwork options for the Frances X. Hegarty play area. He shared ideas such as covering up the area with synthetic turf and a drainage system, which is being done throughout Nassau County. The board discussed other options with Mr. Coronado to preserve the area from damage and flooding. The board will continue to explore different options.

    Dr. Bovino shared the 2018 report card which highlighted how many students participated in the New York State assessments and how they performed. She shared the positive proficiency statistics and the academic growth of students involved in the Universal Pre-K program.

    To conclude the meeting, Assistant Superintendent Vincent Randazzo presented on what the community can expect from the summer projects and provided a timeline. He shared that the rails for the flood mitigation system are being installed. In April, concrete sidewalk repairs will take place and a test pile will be assembled on Radcliffe Road. This will be used to assess the condition of soil.

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
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    Lincoln Orens Students Hear Impactful Story

    Lincoln Orens Middle School students received important lessons during a visit from Holocaust survivor Marion Blumenthal Lazan on March 14. Author of the book, “Four Perfect Pebbles,” Ms. Blumenthal shared her experiences during this devastating time in history and explained how she has made the most of her life ever since.

    Ms. Blumenthal presented her story about going through the Holocaust as a child and explained how the horrific treatment, illnesses and destruction affected her family as well as others. As a way to find hope while in the concentration camps, she invented a game in which she would search for four perfect pebbles that signified the well-being of her family.

    The author and public speaker then discussed what transpired after the war came to an end, including the tragic loss of her father to sickness. She moved to the United States with her mother and brother and began her education, having to start as a teenager in an elementary class. Through hard work and courage, Ms. Blumenthal not only caught up to grade level, but graduated eighth in a class of 267 students all while learning English and working after school. She was eventually married and had three children, and is now a proud grandmother and great-grandmother.   

    Ms. Blumenthal encouraged her audience to keep the story of the Holocaust alive so that future generations may continue to learn from it.

    “Despite all the terrible things that happened to me as a child, my life today is full and rewarding,” Ms. Blumenthal said. “I recognize the importance of sharing this part of history with you.”

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
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    Pre-K Registration

    Dear Parents and Community Members,

    A limited number of spots are still available for parents interested in enrolling their eligible child in the District’s Universal Pre-Kindergarten for the 2019-20 school year.

    The program is a full-day, five-day per week program for children turning four-years old by December 1, 2019. Children must also reside within the Island Park School District and meet all health and immunization requirements. Enrollment is limited so get your application in today!      

    UPK registration will be at Francis X. Hegarty School on Tuesday, April 9, 2019 by appointment only. Please call the Francis X. Hegarty School 434-2670/71 between 8am-4pm for your registration packet and to schedule an appointment.

    The day of your appointment, please bring:

    • Child’s Birth Certificate confirming your child will be four years of age on or before December 1, 2019.
    • 3 Proofs of Residency confirming you are a full-time resident of Island Park (e.g., driver’s license, telephone bill, deed to home, bank statement, etc.).
    • Updated physical and immunization documents from your child’s pediatrician.

    If more applications are received than slots available, a special board meeting will be held at a later date. Please call (516) 434-2670 for additional information.

    Should other openings occur during the school year, those children not selected at the lottery will be notified in the order in which their name was selected.

    Thank you for your continued support of the Island Park Schools.

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
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    The circus comes to Lincoln Orens

    Fifth-grade students in Island Park’s Lincoln Orens Middle School brought all the amusements, skills and smiles of the circus into the building’s gymnasium on Feb. 15 for an audience of family, faculty members and peers. This culmination of a program, sponsored by the Island Park PTA, showcased a variety of acts that demonstrated collaboration and focus.

     The National Circus Project visited Lincoln Orens throughout the week of Feb. 11 for a residency in which professionals worked with students on traditional circus activities. Instructors Julia AleChina and Calado Mimi enlisted the assistance of physical education teachers Cathy Gerbino and Matthew Tarasenko to train students in juggling, hula hooping, plate-spinning, “devil sticks,” diablo, stilt walking, balancing, and more.

    The end result was a fantastic show that drew constant applause and cheers from spectators. Students combined their individual strengths and talents in order to produce an impressive and enjoyable circus.

    Lincoln Orens has been inviting the National Circus Project to work with students for the past 13 years in an effort to give every child the opportunity to succeed in physical activity and experience physical self-expression with confidence.

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
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    What Parents Need to Know about Annual Grades 3-8 Tests

    What Parents Need to Know about
    Annual Grades 3-8 Tests

    An evening with Superintendent, Dr. Rosmarie Bovino
    and Assistant Superintendent, Mr. Vincent Randazzo

    In the past several years, the NY State Education Department has made changes to the annual Grades 3-8 English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics Tests in response to concerns from parents and educators.

    Join Superintendent, Dr. Rosmarie Bovino and Assistant Superintendent, Mr. Vincent Randazzo for a discussion of these changes and to learn more about the assessments.

    Tuesday, March 19, 2019
    Conference Center
    7:00 PM

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
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    Grade 8 Trip to Washington, D.C.

    Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s):

    We are pleased to report that our Grade 8 trip to Washington, D.C. is scheduled for May 30th and May 31st, 2019.  We are hopeful that all of our grade 8 students will participate in this wonderful activity.   The cost of the trip is $375.   Attached is a permission slip.

    Mrs. Collins is collecting the first deposit of $100 for the trip and the permission slip by March 15thPlease note that this deposit is non-refundable.  Checks may be made payable to Lincoln Orens Middle School (or Island Park School District).   Final payment is due by April 16th. 

    Due to the fact that the trip must be paid in full, in advance, there will be no refunds for absent students.  However, parents may choose to purchase individual insurance through Travelex Insurance.   This personal insurance is not part of the cost of the trip and is available for those parents who choose to secure a personal policy to cover trip cancellation protection; emergency medical and dental protection; and emergency medical transportation in the event his/her child becomes ill or is injured while on the trip. Follow the link:   www.travelexinsurance.com, Phone:  (800) 552-6262, and use the travel agency’s location number:  32-0191 to purchase this individual insurance policy.  Note:  This insurance coverage is a personal choice of each family and not the responsibility of the Island Park Union Free School District.

    A comprehensive parent meeting is planned for May 8, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. in the Steven L. Foster Auditorium at Lincoln Orens Middle School to discuss the final details of the trip and the end of the year activities.  If, however, you have immediate questions regarding the trip, you may contact Mrs. Collins at 434-2630.

    Thank you for your assistance and support.   Together we are better!

    Sincerely,

    Bruce Hoffman, Ed.D.
    Principal      

    Patricia Collins                                                                        
    Grade 8 Trip Coordinator

     

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
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    Grade 7 trip to New York City

    Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s):

    We are pleased to report that our plans for the Grade 7 trip to New York City are progressing.    The trip is scheduled for May 10, 2019 and we are hopeful that all of our grade 7 students will participate in this wonderful activity.  

    Mrs. Seifert is collecting the first deposit for the trip by March 8th.    Please make checks payable to Lincoln Orens Middle School (or Island Park School District) in the amount of $46.   If you would like to pay in full, the total amount due is $86.   Students should bring payment to the Main Office.

    The last payment of $40 will be due on March 29th.

    Please note that due to the fact that the trip must be paid in full, in advance, there will be no refunds for absent students.

    This year, we will: 

    • Visit the 9/11 Memorial.
    • Sail aboard the historic Statue Cruises fleet to Liberty Island, where the students will explore the Island and climb to the base of the Statue of Liberty.
    • A lunch voucher will be provided to students so they may enjoy lunch on Liberty Island.
    • Go to Ellis Island Immigration Museum on Ellis Island. 

    Please sign and return the attached permission slip by March 8, 2019. 

    If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Seifert, @ 434-2630.

    Sincerely, 

    Bruce Hoffman, Ed.D.
    Principal        

    Naomi Seifert
    Grade 7 Trip Coordinator                                                                     

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
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    Little Doctors Lend Helping Hands

    Student Council members from Island Park’s Lincoln Orens Middle School eagerly took on jobs that made a difference on Jan. 31, during the district’s annual blood drive. The group of “Little Doctors” volunteered hours of their time to support the New York Blood Center by escorting participants, writing thank you cards and distributing snacks and juice to donators.   

    As a result of the students’ efforts and community’s participation, 30 pints of blood were donated – equivalent to 90 lives saved. The Little Doctors Program is organized by the New York Blood Center and is designed for faculty members and students at elementary and middle school levels to increase their knowledge and understanding about the science of blood and the body’s circulatory system as well as to learn about volunteerism and community service.

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
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    Recreation Spring and Summer Program Registration

    The Recreation Department is open for Spring and Summer registrations.
    Please call the Recreation Office to make an appointment or check the Recreation Link for further details.

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
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    The Momo Challenge

    February 28, 2019

    Dear Parents,

    It was brought to our attention that some students have been exposed to “The Momo Challenge” on social media that they have viewed at home or at friends’ homes. 

    This “challenge” entices students into risky behavior that could result in the ultimate challenge of taking one’s life.  “Momo” is a scary doll-like figure that reportedly sends graphic violent images and asks users to partake in dangerous challenges like waking up at random hours to self-harm.  Momo is heavily linked to apps such as Facebook, Whatsapp, YouTube, YouTube Kids, Peppa Pig videos, and games such as Fortnite.  Therefore, we urge parents to check their child’s phone and other electronic devices daily and talk to their children about what they are doing on social media.  We suggest keeping all devices out of childrens’ bedrooms and only in family areas where they can be supervised. 

    It may also be helpful to advise your children not to search for such content or forward any related content to others.  In addition, children should not respond to any content received from unknown senders.  Parents are encouraged to communicate to their children that, while using an electronic device, they must show them anything that seems questionable, inappropriate, or harmful.  It is also helpful to have a universal charging station at home so that the content on such devices can be monitored.  The National Online Safety website offers Top Tips for Parents about Momo.  It can be accessed at https://nationalonlinesafety.com/resources/platform-guides/momo-online-safety-guide-for-parents/.

    As always, it is critical to teach our children about acceptable use of technology in this day and time.  Please take a few minutes to discuss this with your child as we will continue to do so in school.  If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact either Ms. Carranza (School Social Worker at FXH) at 516-434-2685 or Mrs. Janofsky (School Social Worker at LOMS) at 516-434-2640. 

    Sincerely,

    Jacob M. Russum
    Principal, F.X. Hegarty Elementary School

    Bruce Hoffman, Ed.D.
    Principal, Lincoln Orens Middle School

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
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    Island Park Music Program Well-Represented at Prominent Festivals

    The Island Park Public Schools commend a total of 17 Lincoln Orens Middle School students that were accepted to prestigious musical ensembles. They were selected based on their outstanding performances at last year’s New York State School Music Association Solo Evaluation Festival, and represent some of the most talented and skilled music students on Long Island.

    Fifteen students earned moments in the spotlight at the Nassau Music Educators Association’s All-County concerts, which were held in January at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts. Gabriel Tajeda and Kirsten Lilly participated in the Division III orchestra and band, respectively, while Erin KhanKhan and Fabianna Boncina performed in the Division III chorus. Division II featured Joseph Zheng in the band; Marysol Alvarado, Nikki Kane and Ava Mosey in the chorus and Juliana Michaelson in the orchestra. For Division I, Lincoln Orens was represented by Angelina Deik, Rachel Guzman, Olivia Torres and Lara Vardar in the chorus; Benedict Baetiong in the band and Summer Millares in the orchestra.

    Three orchestra students were granted spots in the Long Island String Festival Association’s Nassau Intermediate Festival, and will perform in concerts for their respective grade levels at Uniondale High School in March. Congratulations to violinists Lara Vardar and Allyson Baetiong and bassist Steven Misrok.

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
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    Summer Recreation Programs

    An important message from the Superintendent of Schools

    Re:  Summer Recreation Programs 

    Alternate Summer Recreation Programs may be planned as the District moves forward with planning the summer construction projects.    It is likely that the summer recreation program will not run during the summer of 2019.  Alternate arrangements are being planned and definite information will be provided to parents within the next two weeks.  If you have any questions, please contact the Superintendent’s Office at 434-2610.

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
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    Snack Permission Form

    Dear Parent /Guardian;

    The Island Park School District Food Service Department is looking forward to serving your children in the 2018-2019 school year. We want to ensure that we provide the best service in order to meet the needs of all our students. To better serve our students we are requesting parents’ consent to limit the purchase of snacks. 

    There are several snack items students may purchase that are not part of the breakfast/lunch meal at additional cost. If you would like to limit your child’s ability to purchase these items using funds from their account, please complete the form below and return it to your child’s homeroom teacher. We will do our best to assist with this. 

    We wish everyone a successful school year.

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
  • Spots Available Universal Pre-Kindergarten

    September 21, 2018

    Dear Parents and Community Members,

    One place is now available for parents interested in enrolling their eligible child in the District’s Universal Pre-Kindergarten for the 2018-19 school year.

    The program is a full-day, five days per week program for children turning four-years old by December 1, 2018. Children must also reside within the Island Park School District and meet all health and immunization requirements. Enrollment is limited so get your application in today and attend UPK registration!  

    UPK registration will be on October 4, by appointment only. Please call Francis X. Hegarty School 434-2670/71 between 8am-4pm for your registration packet and to schedule an appointment.

    The day of your appointment, please bring:

    • Child’s Birth Certificate confirming your child will be four years of age on or before December 1, 2018.
    • 3 Proofs of Residency confirming you are a full-time resident of Island Park (e.g., driver’s license, telephone bill, deed to home, bank statement, etc.).
    • Updated physical and immunization documents from your child’s pediatrician.

    If more applications are received than slots available, a special board meeting will be held at a later date. Please call (516) 434-2670 for additional information.

    Should other openings occur during the school year, those children not selected at the lottery will be notified in the order in which their name was selected.

    Thank you for your continued support of the Island Park Schools.

    Lincoln Orens Middle School
  • Lincoln Orens Middle School eighth-graders graduate with big goals

    On the evening of June 20, Island Park’s eighth-graders showed that they were ready to take on their dreams and embark upon the challenges and opportunities of high school. Members of the district’s Board of Education, administration and staff, along with students’ families, gathered in the Steven L. Foster Auditorium for the 56th annual commencement ceremony, as the graduates took the spotlight on their middle school stage one last time.

    A slideshow of photo memories played as guests took their seats, and the event kicked off with the Graduation Orchestra’s performance of the traditional “Pomp and Circumstance” and a salute to the American flag. Lincoln Orens Middle School Principal Bruce Hoffman welcomed the students and audience members and introduced Outstanding Achievement Award recipients Elsy Guzman-Amaya, Robert Adler and Victoria Lugo, who discussed the Class of 2018’s past, present and future, respectively.

    The ceremony featured an awards presentation during which 25 eighth-graders were recognized by district and community organizations for their academic excellence, musical talent, athletic skill, school involvement, volunteer efforts and overall good character.

    Members of the chorus performed a “Count on Me” song medley, which signified this milestone as they head into different futures as individuals, with the support of one another.

    The highlight of the event was the much-anticipated presentation of diplomas by Superintendent of Schools Dr. Rosmarie Bovino and Board of Education President Jack Vobis. Students were called up one-by-one to accept this token of their accomplishments.

    Immediately following this exciting moment, the Lincoln Orens Color Guard conducted the Transfer of Colors, at which time the graduates turned their flags and sashes over to their younger seventh-grade successors. The Color Guard Band provided accompanying music.

    As the event concluded, Dr. Bovino addressed the students and expanded upon the motivation that they already have within themselves. She discussed themes that Class of 2018 members unveiled in autobiographies that they completed in Gabriel D’Auria’s English language arts class, such as their families, friends, goals and strategies for achievement. She noted that they shared aspirations to become doctors, professional athletes, teachers, lawyers, architects, CEOs, mechanics, biochemists, singers, designers, personal trainers, bloggers and many other professions.

    “These are great long-term goals,” Dr. Bovino said. “I was impressed that you all said you were committed to doing your jobs well. The best result to look forward to is knowing that, someday, others will respect you for the work that you do.”

    Lincoln Orens Middle School

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New Point of Sale System – WebSMARTT 

  • Island Park UFSD has purchased a point-of-sale system for use in the cafeterias at FX Hegarty Elementary School and Lincoln Orens Middle School.
  • The POS system, called WebSMARTT, will eliminate the pencil to paper meal tracking, which will allow for processing of meal transactions to be completed quickly and efficiently.

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In our ongoing effort to keep the community up-to-date with the latest district news and announcements, the Island Park Public Schools has launched an informational Facebook page. This page can be accessed by searching “Island Park Public Schools” on Facebook. By clicking “like,” you will be able to see the latest posts about student achievements, exciting events, interesting programs and important alerts in your newsfeed. Thank you for your support of our students and educational initiatives. We look forward to sharing many success stories as the year progresses.
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