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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.




LBMS Transition Night - January 5, 2022 - 6th Grade into 7th Grade

6th Grade into 7th Grade Presentation (English) (Spanish)

6th Grade into 7th Grade Transition Video


LBMS Transition Night - January 5, 2022 - 7th Grade into 8th Grade

7th Grade into 8th Grade Presentation (English) (Spanish)

7th Grade into 8th Grade Transition Video


LBMS Winter Concerts digital program


Frost Valley Parent Information Presentation


World Languages Pamphlet (English) (Spanish)


Virtual Learning Toolkit for Parents

LBMS - Parent Night Presentation  - Google for Education - Schooltool Parent Portal


LBMS - Presentación de la no che para padres Google for Education - Portal para padres de Schooltool


Welcome Back To School 2021


Middle School Parent Link Messages


Important Information



Middle Year Program Exploration - Click here to view the MYP in Action Video

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

LBMS Students Celebrate the Close of the School Year with a Trip to the Beach

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In late June, Long Beach Middle School eighth graders enjoyed a trip to the beach learning about the ocean as a natural resource, team building and how to surf. Students were taught surfing fundamentals with Skudin Surf. Skudin Surf brings the sport of surfing to people of all ages and abilities in a fun, positive and safe environment.

Additionally, the students participated in other beach activities throughout the day to make their final days as a middle school student memorable. Long Beach teachers Tara Mele and Billy Papetti coordinated the end of year event for the students.

Date Added: 7/19/2022

Moving Up From Middle School

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Long Beach Middle School’s eighth grade graduates celebrated their advancement to high school with a Moving-Up Ceremony, held on June 21 on Veteran’s Field. The students have experienced an educational program based on philosophies that serve as guiding principles throughout life.

Following the Pledge of Allegiance, students performed the song “We Won’t Stop Dreaming,” which was followed by inspiring remarks from Board of Education President Dennis Ryan and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Jennifer Gallagher.

Principal Lorie Beard facilitated the event and addressed the graduates.

“You have a lot to be proud of,” Ms. Beard said. “You arrived at the middle school as sixth graders facing a whole new environment and have grown tremendously over the last three years. Everything you do, everything you say and every choice you make are opportunities to bring joy and goodness to yourself, others and to the world.”

Halfway through the presentation of diplomas and special awards, Student Organization President Aneisa Nicholas shared reflections on behalf of her peers. As the evening concluded, Long Beach High School Principal Jeffrey Myers welcomed the incoming freshmen to the exciting chapter ahead.

Date Added: 6/29/2022