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    Recreation Fall Registration: Monday, September 24th

    The Island Park Recreation Department will hold an Evening Fall Registration on September 24, 2018 from 5:30pm-9:00pm.  The registration will take place at Lincoln Orens Middle School. You may register for any of recreation’s youth or adult programs. Payments of check, cash or MasterCard/Visa are all accepted. For additional information you may go to the Recreation Link on our school web page.

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    School Safety Forum

    Nassau County Police Department
    School Safety Forum
    Tuesday, September 25
    7:00pm – 9:00pm

    See attached document for details...

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    Back-to-School Transportation Update

    Bus passes and letters regarding student route assignments, pick-up locations, and pick-up times have been mailed throughout this week.  Our final mailing went to the post office today for delivery tomorrow or Saturday.

    Should you have any urgent questions or concerns, please call our new Transportation Supervisor (contact information below) tomorrow, Friday, August 31, during the hours of 9AM to 3PM.  The office is closed on Labor Day, Monday, September 3, 2018.

    Thank you.

    Mrs. Kelly Angelo
    Transportation Supervisor
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    434-2607

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    Island Park Students Jump into Summer Learning

    Island Park students enjoyed a summer experience to remember, complete with arts and crafts, literacy activities, theater arts, athletics, computer opportunities and a Wii room. For five consecutive weeks in July and early August, students engaged in fun-filled days at Lincoln Orens Middle School through the collaboration of the Island Park Public Schools and the Recreation Department.

    A total of 323 students participated as either campers or counselors-in-training. The seventh- through 10th-grade CITs developed important leadership skills as they assisted counselors in providing a safe and enriching camp experience for pre-K children through sixth-graders.

    Theme days that involved silly socks, crazy hats and zany hair encouraged campers to get creative and express their own unique styles. The program also consisted of field trips to locations such as the library, New York Aquarium and Shell Creek Park that inspired learning through inquiry and exploration. Other destinations included Hot Skates, Adventureland, Bounce U and Rockville Centre Lanes bowling.

    Swim instruction was a critical aspect of the program, establishing water safety practices among children of this coastal community. Each age group visited Masone Beach once a week, during which swim safety and lessons were offered as well as activities, including kayaking.

    The program culminated with the highly-anticipated Spirit Week, for which students created banners and practiced cheers to support their teams. A Parent Night, held on Aug. 1, brought an outstanding show to the stage of Steven L. Foster Auditorium. Students presented “The Barnum Isle Circus” and performed an assortment of songs including “The Greatest Show,” “The Circus is Coming to Town,” “This is Me,” “The Man on the Flying Trapeze,” “Roar,” “Eye of the Tiger,” “Musica de Circo,” “I’ve Got the Magic in Me” and “Edge of Glory in Island Park,” with “Count on Me” as a finale.

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    LIPA UPDATE

     
    Today, the District received the following information from district counsel:
     
    On August 15, 2018, Justice Emerson issued a decision in the lawsuit filed by the Northport-East Northport and Port Jefferson School Districts against LIPA and National Grid.  The legal arguments and requests for relief in that case are almost identical to the ones brought by the Island Park Union Free School District against LIPA and National Grid. 
     
    In her decision, the judge ruled in favor of LIPA and National Grid, granting them summary judgment on all of the causes of action.  This means that the case is over, unless the school districts involved in that case file an appeal to the Appellate Division, Second Department. 
     
    The judge concluded that the school districts are not intended third-party beneficiaries to a power supply agreement between LIPA and LILCO and that, therefore, they do not have the right to enforce the provisions in that agreement regarding when LIPA, LILCO or National Grid, LILCO’s successor, can file tax certiorari proceedings.  She also dismissed the school districts’ promissory estoppel claims.
     
    The judge has advised the parties that she will issue a similar decision in the remaining cases, including in Island Park’s case, within the next couple of months.  If, and when, she issues a similar decision, Island Park’s case will also be over, unless the District files an appeal.  The Board of Education and the Superintendent are reviewing the decision with counsel and will evaluate the pros and cons of bringing an appeal once the judge issues a decision in our case.
     
    The Board of Education has its monthly Business Meeting on Monday, August 20 at 7 PM in the Conference Center at 99 Radcliffe Road.  The attorney representing the district in this case will be explaining the decision and answering questions pertaining to the district’s next steps. 
     
    To read the case, see the Summary Judgment in the case, “BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE NORTHPORT-EAST NORTHPORT UFSD AND BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PORT JEFFERSON UFSD vs LONG ISLAND POWER AUTHORITY, LONG ISLAND LIGHTING COMPANY dba LIPA, NATIONAL GRID, etc.”
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    Facilities Summer Update – August 1, 2018

    LOMS:   Most of the roofing project will be completed in the next two weeks.  Renovation of canopies at Steven L Foster Auditorium, Audubon Blvd entrance, and at the back entrances of the gymnasium will continue into the beginning of school but will not interfere with school activities. 

    FXH:  Roofing project will be completed in the next two weeks.

    FXH: Substructure project for the Warwick Road side of the elementary school building is nearing completion.  Helical pilings (19-25 feet in length) were installed and all elements of the existing substructure were sandblasted and painted.  Structural steel will be installed between the pilings beginning next week.  This project complements a similar one completed in 1995 for the Deal Road side of the building.  Installation of new flooring will begin next week for select classrooms. The final stage of the substructure project under the Radcliffe Road section of the building will be completed next summer. 

    Air Quality Testing:  Air quality tests have been conducted as required by law with respect to asbestos abatement projects pertaining to the roofing work at LOMS and FXH.  At the end of the month our annual air quality testing will be conducted by Enviroscience in both school buildings. 

    FEMA Mitigation Project:  Thanks to assistance from Assemblywoman Kathleen Rice, our FEMA mitigation timeline for installation of the stackable flood gates and louvres has been extended.  Fabrication of the gates and louvres will begin after Labor Day.  We anticipate completion to occur at the end of February.

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District Calendar

  • Yom Kippur - Schools Closed

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  • FXH Back to School Night

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  • FXH & LOMS Site-Based Mtgs

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  • Rec Dept Fall Registration

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    Reg Business Mtg, Bd of Ed

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  • Faculty Mtg

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  • Gr 6 Greenkill Trip

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  • National Hispanic Heritage & Electronic Safety Month

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  • IPFA Executive Mtg

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  • LOMS Internet Safety Assemblies

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For more information see Food Services: (LOMS) (FXH)

MySchoolBucks

MySchoolBucks is an online payment system that makes school meal payments easy for busy parents on-the-go! Quickly and securely add money to your student's school meal account using your credit or debit card. 
See PDF:   MySchoolBucks.pdf 

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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.

See PDF:   WebSMARTT.pdf 

Weather IPS

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Registration & Enrollment Packet

 Community Letter WHHS

The following letters have been mailed to all members of the community and should be received by Saturday (7/14) or Monday (7/16).

See letters: 
(Community Letter WHHS.pdf ) ( Community Letter WHHS Spainish.pdf )
High School Plans WHHS.pdf ) (High School Plans WHHS Spainsh.pdf )

 

Find us on Facebook!

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.
https://www.facebook.com/Island-Park-Public-Schools-553615188178307/