• Alert:

    On Monday, June 7th, Governor Phil Murphy stated that school districts have the discretion to allow students and staff to not wear face masks both indoors and outdoors while at school/school events, due to the heat our state is experiencing.

    Throughout my daily endeavors in the last week or so, I have entered many public places where patrons are not sure whether masks are required or not.  Similar to these instances that I have experienced, this new guidance for schools is not very detailed.  As an educator, I feel that I have an opportunity to clarify what I feel is in the best interest of students that I am entrusted to oversee.  

    I spent the last 24 hours trying to determine which rooms/schools in the district are cool and which ones are not, but I do not feel that will be sufficient in addressing this.  Therefore, and effective immediately, students and staff members may unmask outdoors and indoors during the school day/at school events, as well as for any extracurricular/co-curricular activities for the remainder of this current school year (2020-2021).

    if the NJDOE sends out more specific guidelines, I will be happy to enforce those guidelines, but at this time, I feel that this is the best course of action to take as we have been instructed to make a local decision for the remainder of the school year.

    Students and staff who feel that it is in their best interest to continue to use masks/face coverings can/should continue to do so.

    Thank you,

    Anthony Grieco

    Superintendent of Schools  

     

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LEA Plan for Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Service

LEA Plan for Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Service

Pursuant to the Federal American Rescue Plan Act, Section 2001(i)

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Clarification

On Monday, June 7th, Governor Phil Murphy stated that school districts have the discretion to allow students and staff to not wear face masks both indoors and outdoors while at school/school events, due to the heat our state is experiencing.

Throughout my daily endeavors in the last week or so, I have entered many public places where patrons are not sure whether masks are required or not.  Similar to these instances that I have experienced, this new guidance for schools is not very detailed.  As an educator, I feel that I have an opportunity to clarify what I feel is in the best interest of students that I am entrusted to oversee.  

I spent the last 24 hours trying to determine which rooms/schools in the district are cool and which ones are not, but I do not feel that will be sufficient in addressing this.  Therefore, and effective immediately, students and staff members may unmask outdoors and indoors during the school day/at school events, as well as for any extracurricular/co-curricular activities for the remainder of this current school year (2020-2021).

if the NJDOE sends out more specific guidelines, I will be happy to enforce those guidelines, but at this time, I feel that this is the best course of action to take as we have been instructed to make a local decision for the remainder of the school year.

Students and staff who feel that it is in their best interest to continue to use masks/face coverings can/should continue to do so.

Thank you,

Anthony Grieco

Superintendent of Schools  

NJ School Performance Report- 2019-2020- Lyndhurst School District

NJ School Performance Report- 2019-2020- Lyndhurst School District

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LMS NJHS Induction Ceremony

 

📣📢On behalf of NJHS advisors, Paula Ellis and Dawn Egbert, we would like to congratulate all of the National Junior Honor Society inductees.

         Please enjoy the ceremony: https://youtu.be/v3pHY-fP6Ng 📢📣

My Lyndhurst, by Joseph Cofone L

What a wonderful way to start the new year!!

Joe Cofone, a lifelong resident of Lyndhurst, has written a book entitled My Lyndhurst. There is a wonderful chapter about the high school, the history of the Golden Bear, and school colors (Chapter 16). Please note the chapter about Lyndhurst’s Olympic Athletes, including our very own, Elena Primerano Wise!

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Realtime Parent Portal Mobile App

The Realtime Link for Parents mobile app continues to be enabled for Lyndhurst Public Schools.  To use it, please follow these steps:
 

  1. Click one of the buttons below to download the app.

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  2. Open the app. Enter the 4-digit district code below. Press Enter District.

    District Code: 2860

  3. Use the login information you use for this portal to log into the app:

    Portal Code: 2860+studentid ex 2860290290
    Username:
    Password

Note: Once you have logged in, if you have allowed push notifications for this app on your device, please make sure to configure the types of notification you will like to receive by pressing the Menu button, then selecting "Notification Settings".

 

If you need login information, contact your child(ren)'s school.