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Middle Years Program

Long Beach Middle School

239 Lido Boulevard, Lido Beach, NY 11561
   
Principal:  Lorie Beard
   
Vice Principals: Keith Biesma
  Eliot Lewin
   
Principal: (516) 897-2162
Vice Principals: (516) 897-2164
   
Main Office: (516) 897-2162
Deans' Office: (516) 897-2154
Attendance: (516) 897-2155
Guidance: (516) 897-2167
Nurse: (516) 897-2150
   
Hours: 7:55 a.m. - 2:50 p.m.


 

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Long Beach Middle School is sixth through eighth grade setting in which we promote the social, emotional and intellectual growth of our students. Our focus is to provide a school setting that is responsive to their educational and developmental needs. We offer a rich array of extra-curricular activities. Check our calendar, club and athletics pages for details.
 
Our school has an interdisciplinary approach. Teaming is the hallmark of middle level education. The teams are comprised of four core subject area teachers (English, Science, Social Studies, and Math.) These four teachers share a common group of students. Each group of teachers has a common planning time to meet every day to discuss students, curriculum, assessment and projects. They have time set aside in the schedule for conferencing with guidance counselors and meeting with parents.

Current News

Long Beach Middle School Students Learn about Working at NASA

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Long Beach Middle School students recently participated in a virtual assembly presented by The National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) Hispanic Outreach and Leadership Alliance (HOLA) featuring four NASA staff members working in different capacities.

The purpose of the Nov. 15 assembly was to give students the opportunity to meet the NASA employees and hear their inspiring stories. Each speaker shared motivational stories and how they made the most of life opportunities ultimately leading to a career at NASA.

Prior to the assembly, students had the opportunity to read speaker biographies and submit questions for consideration during the presentation.

The mission statement of HOLA is to foster awareness and promote the contributions of the Hispanic community at NASA; to create and facilitate collaborative, cross-cultural opportunities; and to encourage the recruitment and professional development of a highly skilled and diverse workforce.

Click here to view the photo slideshow.

Date Added: 11/18/2022

Long Beach Odyssey of the Mind Students Recognized at BOE Meeting

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At the October 11 Long Beach Board of Education meeting, the board recognized elementary and middle school students and their coaches for their participation in the Odyssey of the Mind World Finals Competition that took place in May 2022 in Ames, Iowa.

Twenty-one students from Long Beach Public Schools’ elementary buildings competed in the Odyssey of the Mind World Finals and achieved excellent results. Out of the three teams comprised of Long Beach students, one finished third, one finished fifth and another placed 14th in the contest, competing against teams from across the globe.

Students who made up the elementary school teams included Maven Aull, Savana Bardales, Mollie Bregman, Camila Coad, Maya Cohen, Anaya Crystal, Sofia Crystal, Tessa DeStefano, Octavio (Fernando) Doran, Arlo Fox, Charlotte Leible, Patrick Maguire, Jett Michel, Katherine O’Brien, Matthew Ragona, Leia Sacks, Calie Spitz, Jackson Spitz, Quinn Siegel, Maximo Vitollo and Viktor Zolley.

Nineteen students from Long Beach Middle School also competed in the competition. Out of the three teams from the middle school, one placed seventh.

Students who comprised the middle school teams included Jolynne Baker, Aaron Blau, Sydney Bergstein, Hudson Christine, Winter Collinson, Alanna Damiani, Charlotte DePalma, Matthew Diamond, Tabitha Freeny, Catherine Maguire, Marin Meola, Lucinda Nash, Kate Ragona, Avery Schab, Jordan Soriano, Mia Techera, Shayna Tozer, Aaliyah Trichter and Kasper Yanowitch.

The students were coached by Susan Kasper, Douglas MacConnell, Milken Melo Olivero and Justin Sulsky.

The Long Beach Board of Education is very proud of the accomplishments of all involved!



Date Added: 10/19/2022