Freshmen Chromebook Information:
Computing Program Acknowledgement and Agreement Form
Computing Handbook

Local Scholarships:
The 2021 Longwood High School Local Scholarship application is open and available to be completed!  Last year Longwood Seniors were awarded over $100,000.00 from local businesses and organizations.  The 2021 Local Scholarship can be found on your Naviance account, in the blue "What's New" box on the home screen.  Applications will be open from January 19 through March 12, 2021.

Stage II Phase-In Guidance:
As noted in the parent letter from Dr. Lonergan, available on the district's webpage, students will begin to be phased back into classrooms in February.  As per the plan, all current hybrid students will automatically be moved to a four-day a week hybrid model of in-school instruction.  To opt out of the four-day a week hybrid model, you must contact your child's counselor by Wednesday, January 13th.  If you opt out, your child will then be moved to full-time distance learning starting in February until April 9th.  All current Distance Learners (DL) must complete the appropriate grade level survey, available by clicking the link in the superintendent's letter on the district webpage, and indicate if they are opting to remain a Distance Learner or if they would like to return in February to the four-day a week hybrid model.  If a current DL does not complete the survey, the student will remain on DL until April 9th.  The survey must be completed by Friday, January 15th. This message is a supplement to Dr. Lonergan's letter. Please be sure to read Dr. Lonergan's letter in it's entirety for other important dates and information.  If you have any questions, please call your child's school counselor.

Wellness Support For Parents/Guardians:
In conjunction with Northwell Health, the Longwood High School Counseling and Mental Health Department is hosting the "Parenting During the COVID Pandemic" workshop on Wednesday, January 20, 2021, at 7 p.m.  This virtual session will explore the emotions we are facing and learning to cope with as well as the stress and anxiety brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.  Please click on the link to join this important and informative event: https:

Title One Presentation: 
To view the Title One presentation, click here. Be sure to click on the arrow in the center of the presentation in order to start the presentation.

Second Quarter Progress Reports:
Progress Reports for the second  quarter are now available via the Parent Portal.  Please take some time to review your child's grades.  If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact your child's teacher or counselor. 

Visitors' Center Update:
In an effort to account for all visitors into the building, you will be asked at the guard booth in regards to the reason for your visit to the high school.  If you have business that requires access to the Visitors' Center, please pull up the curb outside the Visitors' Center entrance.  If you are not met by a staff member, please ring the bell and wait for instructions.   It may be necessary for you to wait in your vehicle until a staff member can assist you as we can only process one visitor at a time in the Visitors' Center in order to maintain social distancing. Masks must be worn when interacting with school faculty/staff and at all times while in the high school.  We thank you for your support and assistance.

Students who are enrolled in the hybrid model must attend in person classes on the days assigned to their alpha cohort in order to be marked present.  Students who are remote based on the alpha rotation, must log into their teachers' Google classroom and follow teacher prompts/directions in order to be marked present. Students who are full time distance learners must log into their teachers' Google classroom and follow teacher prompts/directions in order to be marked present.  If you child is legally absent for the day, and thus not able to attend in the manner described, please contact the Attendance Office so that the absence can be properly documented. 

Freshman Orientation Resources:
Freshman Booklet 2020-2021
Welcome Students & Parents of the Class of 2024
2020 Freshmen Orientation

No food or Personal Items to be Accepted at Visitor's Entrance
Please be aware that due to health and wellness concerns, the Visitors' Entrance staff will not be able to accept food or personal items. We thank you for your support and understanding.

Distance Learning Request Form Closed
If you have any questions or need to follow up in regards to your request, please contact the Grade Reporting Office at 631-345-9207.  As of Wednesday, September 2, 2020, any student who requested full time distance learning, will remain distance learning until January 2021.
Senior Parking Update  here
Please read the information in the following three links to learn more about the application process for Senior Parking for the 2020-2021 school year: 

Senior Parking Application


Senior Parking 2020-2021 Application.pdf

Working Cards: In keeping with the social distancing regulations, working cards are being processed by the clerical staff at LHS this summer electronically. Students and families will need to access and submit working card applications electronically here


Parental Right to Decline Examination Waiver
If your child is eligible for the January 2021 Regents exemption due to the pandemic, and is eligible to graduate based on said exemption(s), you have the right to waive the exemption, thus requiring your child to return to school during the 20-21 academic year and decline the opportunity to graduate in January of 2021. If this is the case for your child, you will receive a letter indicating this option, as stated above. More information can be found at
Longwood High School's waiver letter can be viewed by clicking the following link: Regents Exemption Declination January 2021 Parent Letter.pdf

Update to PowerSchool student passwords 
Letter from the Grade Reporting Office

Information on LHS Exams

To view grades on Parent Portal via a browser (not the PowerSchool app) when you open the grades and attendance tab click on the tab at the top of the display page to display grades if just the attendance is showing. If you need assistance contact the Grade Reporting Office at 631-345-9207.

Ninth through eleventh grade students can now access their PSAT 8/9 and PSAT/NMSQT scores on the College Board website.  For specific instructions, please click on the following link:  Longwood High School Counseling PSAT

Instructions for Logging Into Google Apps for Education

Logging Into Google Apps for the First Time

Navigating Google Apps for Education

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Public Comment Requested on State Testing
Public Comment Requested on State Testing
In light of the ongoing pandemic, New York State Education officials plan to request that the U.S. Department of Education waive spring state testing requirements at the elementary, middle, and high school levels for the remainder of the school year.
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Lance Lohman, Ed.D. Named Next Superintendent  of Longwood Central School District
Lance Lohman, Ed.D. Named Next Superintendent of Longwood Central School District
The Board of Education announced at their January 21, 2021 meeting that Lance Lohman, Ed.D., has been appointed as the new Superintendent of Schools, effective July 1, 2021.
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Say Something Public Service Announcement
Say Something Public Service Announcement
Student members of the Board of Education Safety Committee created a public service announcement to encourage students to not only stand up for themselves but stand up for each other.
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Coping Skills for Families During COVID-19
Coping Skills for Families Workshop
In conjunction with Northwell Health, the Longwood High School Counseling and Mental Health Department is hosting the "Parenting During the COVID Pandemic" workshop on Wednesday, January 20, 2021, at 7 p.m.
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