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Important Information re: LIPA Settlement

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Please see below for an important community letter and FAQ sheet regarding the LIPA settlement.

Community Letter - July 10, 2020

Fact Sheet re: LIPA Settlement

Please note a virtual Board Workshop will be held on Wednesday, July 15th at 6 p.m. to discuss this matter.

Please join us via the link below:

Facilities Notice - Track and Tennis Courts

The track and tennis courts at the William J. Brosnan Building and Northport Middle School are available to the public. The track and tennis courts at Northport High School and East Northport Middle School are closed due to construction until further notice.

At Your Own Pace- Summer Skills Calendar for Grades K-5

K into 1st Summer Skills Calendar

1st into 2nd Summer Skills Calendar

2nd into 3rd Summer Skills Calendar

3rd into 4th Summer Skills Calendar

4th into 5th Summer Skills Calendar

5th into 6th Summer Skills Calendar

Summer Meals for Kids


Northport-East Northport Celebrates End of the Year

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Students across Northport-East Northport Union Free School District ended the 2019-20 school year with a bang. Elementary school students from Bellerose, Dickinson, Norwood, Ocean, Fifth Avenue and Pulaski Road waved from the passenger seats of their parents’ cars during car parades and moving up ceremonies.

East Northport and Northport Middle Schools welcomed students on June 15 to celebrate eighth graders departure from middle school and transition to Northport High School. Cars were decorated with signs and words of appreciation from students as they drove past their teachers, lined up along the schools’ bus loops.

Elementary and middle school students also recently celebrated their last days of school. The “ROAR” event encouraged students to make noise outside of their homes, using pots, pans and other noise-makers, to celebrate their accomplishments.

Northport High School students also enjoyed waving to their teachers from their cars as they paraded through the school’s bus loop on May 29. Teachers held signs that read ‘We miss you,” and “Congratulations Class of 2020.”