The Brentwood School District, in partnership with our community, will provide an exceptional education, build character, and empower all students to reach their full potential as life-long learners in a diverse, global society.
Guiding students of over 50 different nationalities.
Graduates of the the district have gone on to top universities such as Yale, Cornell, and MIT.
Many district programs and students have received local, state and national recognition for sports, science, arts, and more.
The nine students received scholarships to attend the arts-focused summer camp in Wheatley Heights.
Superintendent Richard Loeschner has announced his intention to retire at the end of the month, with Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education and Bilingual Education Wanda Ortiz-Rivera being named interim superintendent for the remainder of the 2023-24 school year.
The art class project was commissioned in conjunction with the district-wide Start With Hello Week initiative.
The Green Machine Marching Band celebrated its 50th anniversary in style at the Brentwood Home Show on Sept. 17.
The ceremony commemorated the 22nd anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center, Pentagon, and a field in Pennsylvania.
On Friday, Laurel Park Elementary School's students received boxes of school supplies as part of the Stuff-a-Bus program shepherded by the United Way of Long Island and Suffolk Transportation Services (STS) among other sponsors.
Loretta Park Elementary School received an assortment of school supplies in the annual program sponsored by the United Way of Long Island and Suffolk Transportation Services.
Bus Pass will be received in the mail before classes start, but see your child's transportation information today.