News and Announcements Longwood Middle School
We are thrilled to announce that our highly anticipated Winter Concert Season is now upon us! All concerts are in person, and no tickets are required to attend. All performances will be available on our live-stream channels. Please enjoy.
At the December 8 meeting, Suffolk County Deputy Police Commissioner Risco Mention-Lewis presented the Longwood Central School District Board of Education with a proclamation for excellence in school safety and student support initiatives, including extending resources for our community and serving as a role model for schools across the county, state, and nation.
Under the guidance of teachers Mrs. MacKenzie, Mrs. O’Connor, and Mrs. Thomas, fifth-grade students collected nearly 250 pounds of Halloween candy, as well as new toiletries and snacks, which were organized into 60 festive holiday stockings to be distributed to our local veterans through Stockings for Soldiers.
The New York State Education Department (NYSED) is administering a digital equity survey that will provide information on student access to devices and the internet in their places of residence.
Before the start of the November 9 meeting, the Board of Education and Central Administration recognized and celebrated 30 newly-tenured administrators and teachers.
Once again, the Late Afternoon Program (LAP) at the high school hosted Safe Halloween, transforming hallways into a fun, interactive Halloween adventure for children in our community.
Longwood Middle School is pleased to announce the success of a recent science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) event in collaboration with BASF Corporation, where fifth-grade students participated in exciting laboratory activities designed to ignite their passion for STEAM and STEAM-related careers.
The Longwood Board of Education is seeking members of the community to participate on school board and district committees for the 2023-2024 school year.
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Lohman recently spoke at a press conference as part of a school bus safety initiative, reminding motorists to take extra precautions as they begin sharing the roads with school buses.
On Friday, September 1, the Board of Education, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Lohman, central office, administrators, faculty, and staff gathered for Superintendent's Conference Day to celebrate the start of an exciting school year, recognize milestones, and learn about the goals and vision for the year ahead.
We're pleased to share that the 2023-2024 Longwood Central School District Calendar and Parent Guide is now available online, with printed copies arriving in mailboxes the week of Monday, August 21, 2023.
The Longwood Board of Education recently held its annual reorganization meeting, where newly elected members and the slate of officers and administrators were administered the Oath of Office.
Students K-12 and teachers presented and demonstrated more than 80 interactive instructional technologies, including coding, FIRST LEGO initiatives focused on alternative energy, Esports, Book Creator, the new STEAM lab, college and career-based technology pathways in networking, automotive mechanics, drones, competition-level high school robotics, and more!
After more than a decade of advocating for equitable funding, we are pleased that New York State is fulfilling the promise to fully fund the Foundation Aid formula enabling the District to offer the second-lowest levy increase to our community in more than a decade, less than one percent.
Join us for an evening of technology on Tuesday, April 25 from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm at Longwood Middle School, where our students and teachers will highlight the new and exciting instructional technologies being implemented throughout the District.
We are excited to announce that starting today, parents and guardians can utilize the new WheresTheBus application to securely track the arrival of their child's bus. This new app provides an enhanced and convenient school bus experience that delivers real-time tracking of bus locations via email and push notification alerts to assist our families in best managing their daily school bus experience.
The 2023-24 single-page calendar is now available!
As participants arrived at the Coram Firehouse for last weekend's Unity Walk, they were greeted by a beautiful, oversized mural created by our students.
In honor and observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the District's Community Connections Committee hosted a Unity Walk on Saturday, January 14, focusing on service learning, civil rights, and solidarity!
In accordance with the Safe Schools Against Violence in Education (SAVE) mandate from the NYSED, important information is available regarding school safety.