We used two snow days this school year. The last day of school is scheduled to be Tuesday, June 21st! It will be a half day of school for students.
Good morning:There will be a 2-Hour delayed opening this morning due to the inclement weather.
The Longmeadow Enrichment Summer Program is now posted and they are accepting registrations!
The Longmeadow School Committee, at its meeting on February 22, 2016, voted to accept School Choice applications from students residing in the state of MA and interested in attending the Longmeadow Public Schools. School Committee opened four (4) positions at the Kindergarten level for entrance in the 2016-2017 school year. There is no opportunity for entrance to LPS through the School Choice program at any other grade level.
For more information and the application for the School Choice program please click here: School Choice Information
The Longmeadow Police Department is sponsoring a symposium entitled "The Local Opiate Crisis: Its Impact on Longmeadow and Our Response" to be held on from in the Longmeadow High School Auditorium. The goals are to educate our community and to prevent further tragedy. The event will include presentations by Senator Eric Lesser, the Hampden County DA's Office, Longmeadow Police and Fire Departments, Learn To Cope, an LHS alumnus in long term recovery from opiate addiction, and Shelly Warren. There will be an open forum for questions after the presentations and resource tables. This event is open to the entire community.
The School Committee's Public Hearing on the FY2017 Budget is postponed until Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 7:00 pm. The meeting will take place in the Room A15 in the Central Office of the schools, 535 Bliss Road.
The Longmeadow Public Schools will be closed Monday, February 8th for a Snow Day!
Good morning:Friday, February 5th,, 2016 the Longmeadow Public Schools will be closed due to the inclement weather.
School Committee voted to approve the FY17 Budget during their meeting on February 11, 2016.
You can find the budget information here: FY 2017 Budget
The Longmeadow Public Schools would like to announce the winners of the Pioneer Valley Excellence in Teaching Award for 2015-2016. This is an especially prestigious award as nominees are chosen by colleagues based on:
· Community Outreach
· Professional Development
· Excellence in teaching and working practices
From the list of nominees, a committee of teachers and administrators chose three veteran teachers and one new teacher for the award.
This year’s winners are:
Hilary Godin – Longmeadow High Art
Susan Newton - Glenbrook Middle School - Mathematics
Anna Marie Johansen - Blueberry Hill School - Elementary Grade 4
Kelsey Deary - Longmeadow High School - Mathematics (New Teacher Award)
We are extremely pleased with our excellent teaching staff here in Longmeadow, and especially proud of this year’s award winners.