District News

Meadowlands Museum - Special Summer Programs

The Meadowlands Museum is proud to announce "August Days" a special summer program for children aged 7 to 10.  Click here for more information.

Video from Board of Education Meeting - 5/23/2016

The Lyndhust Board of Education Meeting from May 23rd, 2016 is live on the Lyndhurst School District Videos YouTube Channel.  Click here for the video.

Appraisal Fair

The Lyndhurst Historical Society is sponsoring an Apprasial Fair on June 4, 2016.  Click here for more information.

NJ Scores Presentation

The NJSCORES presentation that was shared with our community in early March is available here for your viewing.  Review this information to be further informed about the positive impact participation in the PARCC assessment has upon college and career readiness and critical thinking skills.  Our sincere thanks to all those who attended this presentation and to the many parents/caregivers who are supporting their child's participation in this year's PARÇC assessment.

A Path to Addiction - Heroin Presentation

The Bergen County Prosecutors Office in conjunction with Commissioner John Montillo, the Lyndhurst Police Department, and the Rutherford Police Department will be sponsoring a special presentation to the community on June 9, 2016.  Please click here for more information.

School Newsletters

Each month, each of our district's schools publishes a newsletter on their respective websites.  Enjoy the information, photos, and news that are highlighted in each edition!

"Lyndhurst Waves"


To commemorate the 15th anniversary of 9/11, Lyndhurst High School would like to honor the memory of friends and loved ones lost on that historic day with an art installation entitled “Lyndhurst Waves.”  For more information about this tribute and how you can help, please click on the link below. “We will never forget.” See the article in the South Bergenite.



NJ Parent Link

NJ Parent Link is a website that highlights services and resources offered by the State of NJ.  Website content included resources for families with children of all ages (school aged to young adults).  Click here for more information.


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