LONGMEADOW HIGH SCHOOL | 95 GRASSY GUTTER ROAD | LONGMEADOW, MA 01106 | P 413-565-4220 | F 413-565- 4233
WELCOME TO THE LONGMEADOW HIGH SCHOOL WEBSITE
The administration encourages you to browse this site for information pertaining to the academic program of studies, extra-curricular activities and our interscholastic athletic programs. We are proud of the impressive accomplishments of our students and are committed to continuous improvement and the enhancement of educational opportunities on our campus. Together with students, parents and the community, our staff works to provide a safe and active learning environment.
OUR CORE VALUES AND BELIEFS
Longmeadow High School is committed to providing all students with:
a physically, socially, and emotionally safe environment.
a proactive and attentive administration, faculty, and staff.
curricula that align to the Massachusetts State Frameworks, when applicable.
quality and challenging educational opportunities.
varied methods of instruction and assessment.
extensive co-curricular opportunities.
a well-maintained facility and sufficient resources to support student learning.
VISION OF THE GRADUATE and CASEL
The Longmeadow High School Vision of the Graduate is a holistic description of the skills, understandings, and dispositions that students should strive to attain by graduation. These competencies should be embedded into learning activities and experiences across multiple disciplines. The Vision of the Graduate serves as a guide for work and decision-making at Longmeadow High School.
Throughout the 2019-2020 school year, Longmeadow High School educators, in conjunction with community stakeholders, identified six priority competencies that are critical to ensuring students are prepared for future success.
CASEL The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning
In addition to embedding the Vision of the Graduate competencies into the LHS student experience, LHS also embeds Social and Emotional skill sets into student learning and reflection, in all classes but specifically and formally through our Health and Wellness curriculum. LHS and LPS have embraced the CASEL (The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning) competencies as the framework for this focus. The five main skills sets/competencies of CASEL are:
LHS ADMINISTRATORS & STAFF
Alice (Allie) Marino
Main Office Secretary
Student Office Secretary