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Long Beach High School

Administration

 

 

 


    Jeffrey Myers

Principal
(516) 897-2015
jmyers@lbeach.org


 



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Dr. Francine Newman
Vice Principal
(516) 897-2015
fnewman@lbeach.org

Elizabeth Walsh-Bulger
Vice Principal
(516) 771-3945
ewalsh-bulger@lbeach.org
Dr. Andrew Smith
Vice Principal
(516) 897-2045
asmith@lbeach.org
 Students:
P through Z

 Students:
G through O
Students:
A through F

 


Dean of Students

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Philip Bruno
Dean of Students
(516) 897-2030
Names A-K

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Christopher Brown
Dean of Students
(516) 897-2030
Names L-Z

Department Directors

 

Art/Music
Julia Lang-Shapiro
Director
(516) 897-6500

Family & Consumer Sciences
Elizabeth Walsh-Bulger
Vice Principal
(516) 771-3945

Counseling
Kerry Fallon
Coordinator
(516) 897-2019


 

 

Director of Literacy K-12
Dr. Lorraine Radice
(516) 897-2027

 

 


Library Media Center
(516) 897-2129

 

ENL and Student Internships 
Evelyn Daza
Coordinator
(516) 897-2027

Business
Jeffrey Myers
Principal
(516) 897-4344

Health/Physical Education
Arnold Epstein
Director
(516) 897-2069

International Baccalaureate
Christine Graham
Coordinator
(516) 897-2012

Director of Mathematics
Christopher Kozak
(516) 771-3960

Science
Cristie Tursi
Director of Science
(516) 771-3960

Social Studies & World Language
Theresa Scudiero
Director
(516) 771-3979

Special Education
Serena Whitfield
Coordinator
(516) 897-2036

Technology

Patrick Kiley-Rendon
Director
(516) 897-2129



 

 

 

Current News

LBHS Visual Art Students featured in Heckscher Museum Exhibit

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LBHS student Evelyn Evans’ featured art piece called Aquamarine thumbnail217079
LBHS student Deina Vicente’s featured art piece called Springtime thumbnail217080
LBHS student Claire Montalbano’s featured art called You have to Scream for It thumbnail217081
LBHS student Maya Malul’s featured art piece called Kelp thumbnail217082
LBHS student Jillian Goldbach’s art piece called Luminescence thumbnail217083

Long Beach High School visual art students Evelyn Evans, Maya Malul, Claire Montalbano, Deina Vicente and Jillian Goldbach have all had work selected to be part of Long Island’s Best: Young Artists at the Heckscher Museum 2022

This annual exhibition features extraordinary works of art created by Long Island high school students. This year, 399 works of art from 55 high schools were submitted for jurying with 79 pieces selected by Heckscher Museum Curator Karli Wurzelbacher and guest juror, artist and Long Island’s Best Alumna, Emily Martin. The exhibition can be experienced in person now and virtually through May 29 by visiting www.heckscher.org

Congratulations to these amazing visual arts students, and their teachers Ann Marie Pulice and Eric Fox!

Date Added: 5/12/2022

Long Beach High School Student Writers are Awarded

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Long Beach High School student writers have been awarded for their distinctions in writing this year individually and collectively. Writers of recognition participate in the school’s Talented Writers and Creative Writing classes, as well as write for Fragments, the literary magazine at Long Beach High School.

The following writers have won recognition from Scholastic Art and Writing: Benjamin Armus won Honorable Mention for the personal essay Sooner or Later, the poem Writer’s Villanelle, and the writing portfolio Little Histories; Emily Feil won the Silver Key award for the poem Dear Eurdice, and Honorable Mention for the poems Implosion and Revelations; Jade Ferrante won the Gold Key award for the poems Leave a Message At the Tone and MOONMATTER; Maya Arkin won the Gold Key award for her poetry; Natalia Hakimzadeh won the Silver Key award for The Vendor on Fifth Avenue; Lindsay Hoffmann won the Silver Key award for the poems Echappe and This Is The End; Kaitlyn Khalawan won Honorable Mention for the poem Home Grown Eggs and won the Silver Key award for the poem Uninvited Lover; Laika Khan won the Gold Key award for the poem I Knew A Family of Nine; Ava Ligouri won Honorable Mention for the poem Bedtime Routine; Kirsten Lilly won Honorable Mention for the poem Cicadas; Gabriella Moreira won Honorable Mention for the poems Dear Humanity and Sagan’s Dream; Gabrielle Pine won Honorable Mention for the poem Exhale; Freddy Ramon won Honorable Mention for the poem Mother Earth; and Chloe Silverberg won a Silver Key award for the flash fiction piece The Name Game.

Ana Ramirez has been awarded several distinctions. Ana won Honorable Mention for the poem Mima and a Gold Key award for the poem Trabajando En La Via. Ana will also receive a National Gold Medal from Scholastic Art and Writing for the poem Trabajando En La Vi. Ana will be attending a ceremony of medalists in the spring at Carnegie Hall.

Long Beach High School’s literary magazine, Fragments, has received several awards recently. Fragments received first place honors from American Scholastic Press Association for its issues in 2021. Fragments was also selected to receive the rank of Excellent in the NCTE Recognizing Excellence in Art and Literary Magazines (REALM) program. Fragments has also been awarded a Gold medal from Columbia Scholastic Press Association.

Most recently, the following writers for Fragments received Gold Circle Awards from Columbia Scholastic Press Association: Jade Ferrante for Experimental Fiction, Hailey Brandt for Traditional Closed Form Poetry, Molly Hennessy for Open Free Form Poetry, and Ana Ramirez Angulo for Open Free Form poetry.

Date Added: 5/5/2022

LBHS Hosts Girls Flag Football Jamboree

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Long Beach High School’s athletic department hosted a girl's flag football clinic at Veteran's Field on April 2. The nine Nassau County high school teams that participated in the event are all part of the inaugural season of the varsity girls flag football program.

“We are proud to be part of the first season and our girls are excited,” said LBHS Director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics Arnold Epstein. “Everyone is looking forward to the games ahead!”

LBHS will kick off their season on April 11 against Locust Valley starting at 5 p.m. at Long Beach High School Alumni Field. The LBHS team is led by coaches Rocky Butler and Lori DeVivio.

Date Added: 4/8/2022

LBHS students win Photographic Federation of Long Island Youth Showcase

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Long Beach High School student photographers Elliot Schenck and Sebastian Muzikar were selected as winners in the Photographic Federation of Long Island (PFLI) Youth Showcase competition. Schenck’s photo, “Maybe We'll See,” won first place in the Photojournalism category and Muzikar’s photo, “Sunset on the Beach,” won second place in the Scapes category.

Both photos will be moving onto a national contest for the Photographic Society of America's Youth Showcase.

“We are very proud of our talented photographers for being recognized in this noteworthy competition,” stated Julia Lang-Shapiro, Long Beach director of media, visual and performing arts. “We look forward to seeing them move on to the next stage of this competition.” PFLI is a nonprofit organization of camera clubs from Nassau and Suffolk counties and the five boroughs of New York City.

The district also congratulates and acknowledges the students’ photography teacher Lorraine Levchenko.

Date Added: 4/1/2022