Guide to Our Schools (PDF)
The East Meadow School District is made up of nine schools serving the communities of East Meadow and Westbury, New York. Located on Long Island, the district is in the heart of Nassau County and has a long and accomplished history.
The district was formed in 1814. Registration during the nineteenth century ranged from 20 to 110 students. At its peak in 1963, more than 19,000 students were attending school here. From 1973 to 1983, a pattern of declining enrollment occurred in many schools throughout New York as the famous "baby boom" ended.
Today, there are more than 7,400 students attending school here, with the school district expecting increasing enrollments in the foreseeable future.
The East Meadow School District is committed to providing its students with a quality education that will ensure that every student will have the opportunity to:
Acquire the knowledge and skills needed to lead a productive, responsible, and culturally enriched life in the 21st century
Develop attitudes that reflect empathy and caring for others and respect for the differences and diversity in our society
Understand our cultural heritage and the need to participate in the community as an informed and involved citizen
Work cooperatively in a group while becoming an independent learner and productive thinker
Develop the ability to be creative through music, visual or performing arts, or literary expression
Achieve physical and emotional well-being
Understand the need to appreciate the earth and protect the environment.