LONGMEADOW PUBLIC SCHOOLS | 535 BLISS ROAD | LONGMEADOW, MA 01106 | P 413-565-4200 | F 413-565-4215




Student registration packets are available by contacting the Superintendent's Office, or by downloading the packet from this webpage. All registration materials for new or re-registering students must be returned to the Superintendent's office. For now, during the pandemic, in person registrations will not be possible.
Students who qualify as homeless as defined by the McKinney Vento Act, students in foster care as defined by the Every Student Succeeds Act and students who qualify under the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children will be entitled to immediate enrollment. For more information, please review the Longmeadow Public Schools District Policies regarding Homeless, Foster Care and Military Children.

Registration materials may be

  • scanned and emailed to:

  • they may be faxed to: 413-565-4215

  • dropped off to the Dropbox outside the Central Office

  • mailed to 535 Bliss Road, Longmeadow, MA.

A completed registration packet consists of:

  • Student Registration Form

  • School Admissions Policy

  • Establish Residency Guide and backup documentation

    • Landlord/Tenant Affidavit (if applicable)

  • Massachusetts Health Form

  • A copy of the student's birth certificate

  • Confidential Medical Information Sheet

  • Kindergarten Questionnaire (entering grade K only)

  • Home Language Survey - information received may influence school placement

  • Release of Information Form (entering LPS in grades 1-12, & K (if entering LPS mid-year)

Students may not begin school until all documentation has been received, the school nurse has had an opportunity to review and approve the health form, and the student has developed a schedule of classes with the Principal or Guidance Counselor at the school.

When the office opens up again, registration materials will be accepted, in person, during the following hours: Monday & Wednesday from 8:30 am - 11:00 am. Tuesday & Thursday from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm*

The School Zoning Map is provided in order to inform parents what elementary or middle school is their home school.

*In the summer the office closes at 3:00 pm


Longmeadow Public Schools uses the SchoolMessenger service for school-to-parent communication which allows for periodic and personalized messages to be sent by telephone, email and text message. There is no need to sign up for this service as we use the phone numbers and email addresses you provide during registration. To verify or make changes to the information we have on file, please use the PowerSchool Public Portal. For more information about the portal, please contact your school office or click this link to see how to update your information for School Messenger.

If you wish to exclude certain numbers from the School Messenger system you may do so in the PowerSchool Parent Portal. Please keep in mind that excluding a phone number from the system prevents that number from receiving any messages, including emergency messages.


By supporting healthy eating and physical activity, the Longmeadow public schools provides school environments that promote and protect children's health, well-being, and ability to learn. Schools contribute to the basic health of students and staff by facilitating learning through the support and promotion of good nutrition, physical activity, and positive dietary and lifestyle practices. In compliance with recommendations by the Massachusetts departments of Elementary and Secondary Education and Public Health, the Longmeadow School Committee approved a wellness policy in 2006. The policy outlines the district's ongoing commitment in support of wellness in the areas of nutrition, physical activity, and other school-based activities. We believe community participation and parental support is essential to the policy's success.

Additionally, students with serious food allergies are on the rise and we must take responsible steps to ensure their safety by exercising control over the food products that are distributed to children in school.

With this in mind, parents are asked for their cooperation in not bringing baked goods from home to be shared at school. However, store bought, packaged items, will be allowed as long as they comply with the wellness policy's nutritional guidelines and the ingredients are listed on the package. The nutritional guidelines state that snacks be 2 ounces in size or less and that they contain no more than 10 grams of fat per serving. Additionally, they must contain no nuts, including peanuts.

The policy highlights are summarized here:

  • Whitsons has peanut free cookies available for purchase

  • No baked goods from home. Store bought foods must follow guidelines above.

  • Only 100% juice, water or milk will be allowed for school/classroom celebrations

  • No candy is allowed

The Wellness Policy and the Parent Packet are posted below.



Longmeadow Public Schools is pleased to offer bus transportation for the 2021/2022 school year. You must register your child for transportation annually. Students in grades K-6 who live two miles or more from their assigned school will be transported free of charge. Other students in grades 7-12, middle school and Wolf Swamp Road School who live more than 1 mile from their school will be offered paid bus transportation on a first-come, first-served basis. Capacity is limited. The fee is $235 per child, with a family cap of $470. This payment is required at the time of registration to be considered registered and added to the route list.

LPS will be collecting transportation information differently this year. You must log into your PowerSchool parent portal and click on Forms (which is located on the left side in the menu) to access the transportation registration form. Each student needs to be registered individually for bus transportation. Please make sure you log into your PowerSchool parent portal to confirm you have access to the form. If you are having issues logging into your parent portal please contact the LPS help desk for assistance at

We continue to accept registrations however, your child will be placed at a previously established bus stop. If a bus has filled to capacity then you will be put on a waitlist.

Please fill out the form even if you do not require transportation.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Christine Fontaine at the Business Office or at 413-565-4200 ext 4022.

Bullying & Prevention


Longmeadow Public Schools is committed to providing all students with a safe learning environment that is free from bullying and cyber-bullying. We seek to eliminate all forms of bullying and other harmful and disruptive behavior that may impede the learning process. This commitment is an integral part of our mission as a learning community. Posted below you will find the full Bullying Prevention and Intervention Plan, an incident reporting form, and parent guides.