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Important dismissal Information

Please be advised that pulling students from the bus interrupts the timely dismissal of all students. We begin the process of dismissal at 3:15. It’s imperative that you arrive at your child’s designated building at 3:10, or call the office in advance to inform us of the pick up. Parents arriving after 3:15 pm with no prior notification will be asked to go directly to their child’s bus stop to pick up.  Thanks for your attention to this matter.

recent news

Coram Students Collect Bottles For ALS Research
Coram Students Collect Bottles For ALS Research
12/13/2017
Students in Laura LeGrady’s class at Coram Elementary School students are giving Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) patients hope for a cure.
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Board of Education Appoints New Member
Board of Education Appoints New Member
12/11/2017
On Thursday, December 7, Victoria Molloy was unanimously appointed to the Longwood Board of Education.
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Ridge Elementary Students Learn Lessons of Acceptance at Disability Awareness Day
Ridge Elementary Students Learn Lessons of Acceptance at Disability Awareness Day
11/22/2017
On Monday, November 20, 2017, Ridge Elementary School students participated in a special event to increase their knowledge about disabilities and foster positive attitudes about people living with disabilities.
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High School Students Head to Washington, DC  For Princeton Model Congress
High School Students Head to Washington, DC For Princeton Model Congress
11/20/2017
Each November, a group of Longwood High School students travel to Washington, D.C. to participate in the Princeton Model Congress (PMC).
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