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Long Beach Middle School

239 Lido Boulevard, Lido Beach, NY 11561

Middle School Building

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Middle Years Program

Main Office: (516) 897-2162

Erica Northcutt

Vice Principals: Keith Biesma
  Christopher Francaviglia
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.


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LBMS Transition Night 2023

5th Into 6th Grade Presentation (English)
5th Into 6th Grade Presentation (Espanol)
6th Into 7th Grade Presentation (English)
6th Into 7th Grade Presentation (Espanol)
7th Into 8th Grade Presentation (English)
7th Into 8th Grade Presentation (Espanol)


Click HERE for updated information about the LBMS Musical Production. All seats purchased previously will remain the same. If you would like to purchase additional tickets, you may use the QR code on the flyer. Thank you! 


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Late Buses for Students Attending Clubs


Frost Valley Parent Information Presentation 


Virtual Learning Toolkit for Parents

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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

Long Beach Students Celebrated the Season of Thanks and Giving

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Elementary school students attending Lido, Lindell, East and West schools in Long Beach prepared for the Thanksgiving break with an array of activities to bring on the festivities of the season.

At Lido Elementary School the first annual Thanksgiving Parade took place around the basketball court for friends and families to cheer on students as they marched around with their balloon creations.

At Lindell and West Elementary Schools, students participated in their annual Turkey Trot events around the school and students made turkey hats and handprint cards with grateful sayings.

At East Elementary students enjoyed a special presentation from TePee Ted to recognize the history, culture, and contributions of Native People through “The Wilderness Traveling Museum.”

Additionally, a Thanksgiving food drive at Long Beach Middle School collected non-perishable items that were donated to St. Mary’s in Long Beach.

Click here to view the photo slideshow.

Date Added: 11/29/2023

Long Beach Board of Education November Meeting Highlights

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At the November 14 Board of Education meeting, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Jennifer Gallagher began her report by introducing Long Beach Science Research Teacher Kristen Conklin who presented this month’s student showcase on Science Research along with middle school students Shayna Tozer and Isabella Schembri and high school students Sam Adler, Sydney Bergstein, Casey Kemins, Hailey Kemins, Cassel Koss, Vanessa Maltez and Jordan Soriano from the program. Ms. Conklin gave an overview of the program and each of the students gave project updates. Project topics included The Chemistry of Stock Solutions, Connecting to Our Local Waterways and Utilizing Sorbitol to Engineer Hydrogels for Increasing Plant Resistance to Drought Conditions among others.

The Science Research Program aligns with the mission statement of the Long Schools by encouraging critical thinkers and problem solvers, providing experiences beyond the classroom, encouraging partnerships in the community, providing collaborative and hands on experiences for students, allows students to think locally, act globally and sparks curiosity.

Long Beach Middle School students who participate in the program focus on skill-building including data collection and analysis. Introduction to community partnerships, environmental concerns, and analyzing research papers.

Grade 9 students who participate focus on skill-building with 2-3 guided experiments and compete in local and national science fairs.

Grade 10-12 students who participate apply new skills to research project of choice, work collaboratively in teams, find mentors and present at pre-college research science fairs.

Following the student showcase presentation, Long Beach Assistant Superintendent for Finance and Operations Michael DeVito shared an overview of the district’s proposed Capital Plan that includes improvements to indoor air quality through mechanical ventilation and air conditioning in areas of the schools where needed along with some exciting educational space enhancements.

Mr. DeVito’s presentation slides can be found on the Long Beach District website at:

To watch the full meeting, visit:

Date Added: 11/28/2023

This Saturday Visible ISS passes over New York City

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Our Mission 17 Space Project has launched and is currently orbiting around Earth on the ISS as we speak! This Saturday night, there will be a great viewing opportunity of the ISS beginning at 5:37pm and lasting until 5:42pm. For More Information, click here.

Date Added: 11/16/2023

LBMS Students Inducted into the Junior Tri-M Music Honor Society

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Long Beach Middle School is excited to announce the induction of 27 students to the district’s newest Junior Tri-M Chapter 9410 that took place on Oct. 3.

At the inaugural ceremony, the following new members who were recognized and honored are Rebecca Arden, Maven Aull, Mikayla Berga, Maya Cohen, Presley Eidens, Elora Gerantabee, Josette Gerber, Julia Glenz, Lindsey Haberlack, Christian Kalner, Nathaniel Kaplan, Anthony Marra, Jack Martin, Sofia Milito, Daniel Morgan, Jr., Finella Moriarty, Machara Moriarty, Reese Nielsen, Katherine O’Brien, Sydney Olivo, Kingsley Pax, Brooklyn Quigley, Leia Sacks, Leah Schade, Isabella Schembri, John Specht, Tara Sullivan, Peyton Waine and Kayla Watts. These middle school students are some of the school’s most accomplished young musicians and are the first group of eligible candidates to start this brand-new chapter.

The Junior Tri-M Music Honor Society advisor David Lobenstein told the inductees, “You are now in the unique position of being able to pass the torch of your musical knowledge to others and future beneficiaries of the musical arts. May you wear your Tri-M pin with pride and dignity as you continue to demonstrate the value of music in your life and share your gift with your school and community.”

Additionally at the event, Long Beach High School Tri-M Officers were on hand to announce the Junior Tri-M Officers for this year are Co-Presidents Mikayla Berga and Isabella Schembri, Co-Vice Presidents are Rebecca Arden and Brooklyn Quigley, Secretary is Christian Kalner, Treasurer is Sydney Olivo and Historian is Julia Glenz. Parents and guests in attendance also enjoyed various musical selections performed by students.

Long Beach Director of Media, Visual, and Performing Arts Julia Lang-Shapiro shared, “We are proud to recognize these students by celebrating their accomplishments while looking forward with excitement and anticipation at what awaits them this school year. I'm so proud of these students and all that they do to give back to our community through music.”

Tri-M Music Honor Society is a program of the National Association for Music Education, which recognizes students for academic and musical achievements while providing leadership and service opportunities to its members. Students are chosen for induction into the society based on musicianship, character, leadership and service to their school and community.

Date Added: 10/5/2023