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

Progress Reports:
Progress Reports for the first quarter are now available via the Parent Portal.  Please take some time to view teachers' comments and feel free to contact the classroom teacher and/or your child's school counselor if you have any questions or concerns.
Senior Portraits: Makeup portraits for Seniors for the yearbook took place at the High School last week. If you still have not taken your portrait you must call Lifetouch TODAY, September 29th, (631-861-2555) to make an appointment at their studio if you wish to be in the yearbook. Please remember: 1.  Yearbook poses must be photographed by Lifetouch 2.  Yearbook pose selections must be completed by October 30 3.  Yearbook poses do not include Cap and Gown 4.  Yearbook pose must have the blue background

School Picture Days for Distance Learners Grades 9-11 and Underclassmen Make Up Days (not re-takes): Please click here for the schedules for underclassmen who are on Distance Learning and would like their school picture taken for the 20-21 school year. Underclassmen who missed picture day may also attend these dates. These dates are not for re-takes, however. Kindly click the link for the picture day form: Picture Day Flyer.

Textbook/Materials Distribution 
For the entire month of October, starting this week on October 7th, distance learners can pick up textbooks and other materials necessary for their classes at the High School on Wednesday’s from 11am-1pm. Students should report directly to the North Main entrance for textbook/material pickup or any tech supplies. A cart will also be available at the North Main entrance if you need to drop off any materials or books from last year. If you have to pick up any art supplies or a musical instrument, you will be directed to Door #2 by the Visitors' Entrance.

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. 

School Picture Days:
Only underclass portraits that were cancelled on 9/18 will be rescheduled on October 2nd during the student PE Class.  

Click the link for the form: Picture Day Flyer. Full time distance learners will be eligible to get their pictures taken, by appointment, on dates/times to be determined. Information will be provided soon. 

What to Expect on Tuesday, September 15th "B" Day/Green
- Students last names A-K (Green) will be in attendance.  Students last names L-Z (Gold) will be remote, as will all full-time remote learners.
- A link to the bus route schedule is available on the district's main page.
- All students will receive an invitation to their teachers' Google classroom at their Longwood school email address before September 10th.  If your child does not receive an invitation, please email the classroom teacher.
- All students must access their teachers' Google classroom and follow their teachers' directions and prompts.
- Teachers will account for student attendance.
- Students should log into their teachers' Google classrooms at their regularly scheduled time, based on the high school schedule.  Please click on the link for the schedule: Schedule20-21.pdf 
- All students in attendance at school MUST wear a mask.
- All students should have access to their class schedules for a "B" day.  Those in the building should have a printed copy with them. Students may also access it using an electronic device.

Still have questions?  Please see the district's main page for links to the district's Reopening Plan, parent guides and FAQs.  Principal Schuster will also be updating parents and students trough our Messenger call system.  

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

Welcome to Longwood High School!

Locker Assignments
After September 4th, any student who wants a locker will need to make a request in the Grade Reporting Office in room 2409.  Thank you!

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 was eligible for the Regents exemption due to the pandemic, and became eligible to graduate based on said exemption(s), you have the right to waive the exemption, thus requiring your child to return to school in the 20-21 academic year and decline the opportunity to graduate in June of 2020. If this was the case for your child, you should have received 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: Covid19 Decline Exemption Letter 2020

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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