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Lynbrook School Board Agenda: Jan. 9

See what topics the Board of Education will be exploring at tonight's meeting.

The Lynbrook Board of Education will be holding its monthly business meeting tonight, Jan. 9, in the cafeteria of Lynbrook High School.

The school board will meet at 6:30 p.m. but it is expected to go into executive session to discuss personnel matters until approximately 7:30 p.m., when the public portion of the meeting will resume.

Tonight's agenda includes a donation from Marion Street School to UNICEF, and an update on the facilities part of the district's Strategic Plan. There will also be discussion regarding school security and a revised schedule for the 2013-2014 budget work sessions.

Interim Superintendent Melissa Burak plans to remind the public that due to loss of instructional days in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy classes will be session during the previously scheduled February break. Burak will also discuss tax certiorari and the annual financial forum coming up on Feb. 8.

As always, residents will have an opportunity to address the board during the meeting. You can view the full agenda above.

Check Patch later this week for coverage of the Jan. 9 meeting.

Patch adams January 12, 2013 at 02:34 AM
Have all theses retired cops who are still getting paid provide security to all New York State schools for free, make it part of their retirement package. I am sure that many of these former so called civil servants are packing when they drop and pick up their kids in the wake of sandy hook. Maybe one of them will read this and step and organize a local school security co op in Lynbrook , and this could spread to other communities


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