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Long Beach High School

322 Lagoon Drive West, Lido Beach, NY 11561

Attendance Office:

(516) 897-2003

Main Office:

(516) 897-2012  

Principal:  Mr. Jeffrey Myers

(516) 897-2013

Vice Principals/Students A-F:    Dr. Andrew Smith

(516) 897-2015

Vice Principals/Students G-O:  Ms. Elizabeth Walsh-Bulger

(516) 897-2010

Vice Principals/Students P-Z:    Dr. Francine Newman 

(516) 897-2022

Deans:       Phil Bruno – Students A-K
                   Chris Brown – Students L-Z

(516) 897-2030

Hours:

7:50 a.m. - 2:50 p.m.

Office Hours:

7:30 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.

 

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School News

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Current News

Literary Magazine at LBHS Earns Highest Distinctions

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Long Beach High School’s literary magazine, Fragments, was named a First Class magazine in the 2023 NCTE Recognizing Excellence in Art and Literary Magazines (REALM) contest. First Class is the highest award in this prestigious contest offered by the National Council of Teachers of English. The magazine is run by Rachell Koegel, an English teacher at Long Beach High School. Congratulations to all on these tremendous achievements and honors!

Date Added: 1/26/2024

Long Beach Board of Education January Meeting Highlights

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At the January 16 Board of Education meeting, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Jennifer Gallagher began her report by introducing Long Beach Mathematics and Computer Science teachers Anthony Cabasino and Julia Kolanovic along with seven Long Beach junior and senior students who presented this month’s student showcase featuring Long Beach’s Computer Science Program.

Sophia Araque, Henry Ben, Keyi Chen, Troy DeFrancesco, Arsen Hrabko, Matthew Ingoglia and Jake Maloney each had an opportunity to share a snippet of a recent program they have coded including an attendance tracker, weather to surf and reserving a book.

The presentation gave a brief overview of district-wide coding, robotics, and digital literacy from elementary level to middle school digital design and communications to more of the recent initiatives offered at the high school, AP Computer Science Course and IB Computer Science. AP Computer Science is an introductory college-level computer science course. Students cultivate their understanding of coding through analyzing, writing, and testing code as they explore concepts like modularity, variables, and control structures. IB Computer Science SL1 & SL2 emphasizes the need for both a theoretical and practical approach to computer science. The two-year course focuses on software development, fundamentals of computer systems, and the relationship between computing systems and society.

Overall, the students were eager to answer questions and share what they have learned and how much they are looking forward to continuing exploring the area of computer science.

Following the student showcase presentation, Long Beach Assistant Superintendent for Finance and Operations Michael DeVito presented a Rollover Budget and Benefits Projection. The rollover budget is the starting point in the formal budget preparation process.

Mr. DeVito’s presentation slides can be found on the Long Beach District website at: https://lbeach.org/Assets/2324_Presentations/Rollover_Budget_Presentation_Jan_2024.pdf?t=638406669076500000

To watch the full meeting, visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqtyi1b1FlA&t=1383s

Long Beach High School Welcomes Alumni for Panel Discussion

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Long Beach High School juniors and seniors were invited to attend a panel presentation and discussion featuring eight alumni for the school’s annual Alumni Day on Jan. 5.

This year’s alumni panel included the following members of the Class of 2023, Hailey Brandt, Brooke Dowler, Lindsay Hoffman, Jewel Jones, Camille Katzen, Ava Liguori, Isabella McCavera and Jack Ryan.  The former Long Beach High School students gave current students a first-hand accounting of the college process and college life.

The longstanding Alumni Day is hosted by the school’s guidance department and takes place in the school’s auditorium giving current students an opportunity to participate in a candid question and answer session to discuss post-graduation life and discuss all topics related to college life and academic success.  Some of those questions included, “How do you pick college classes, what happens if you don’t like your roommate and tell me about the food in the cafeteria.”

 “It is so great when our graduates come back to share their experiences with the current students,” said Long Beach Coordinator of School Counseling Jaclyn McMahon and moderator of the event. “The college application process can be so stressful, and our seniors receive advice from parents, counselors and teachers, but it has a different impact when it comes from their peers.”

Photo Caption:  Long Beach Alumni Day included a candid post-graduation discussion with members of LBHS Class of 2023.  (l-r) Brooke Dowler who attends SUNY Oneonta, Camille Katzen who attends Elon University, Isabella McCavera who attends Pepperdine University, Jewel Jones who attends SUNY Cortland, Jack Ryan who attends the University of Rhode Island, Hailey Brandt who attends the University of Michigan, Ava Liguori who attends University of South Carolina and Lindsay Hoffman who attends Syracuse University.  Far right is Long Beach Coordinator of School Counseling Jaclyn McMahon and moderator of the event.

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Date Added: 1/12/2024