LONGMEADOW PUBLIC SCHOOLS | 535 BLISS ROAD | LONGMEADOW, MA 01106 | P 413-565-4200 | F 413-565-4215
The Longmeadow School Committee is an elected body with seven members. School Committee members are elected to their positions to serve terms of three years. Elections are held in June with no more than three terms expiring each year.
The School Committe has the dual responsibility for implementing statutory requirements pertaining to public education and meeting local citizens' expectations for the education of the community's youth. School Committee has established a document to explain Roles and Responsibilities for School Committee and the Superintendent.
Formal correspondence to the Longmeadow School Committee should be made, in writing, and mailed to: 535 Bliss Road, Longmeadow, MA 01106. Correspondence must be received by 12:00 noon on the Wednesday prior to a scheduled School Committee meeting, in order to be entered as official correspondence during that meeting.
The School Committee may also receive correspondence using the link to their official school Email addresses (School Committee Email)
Armand Wray, Chair
Bronwyn Monahan, Vice Chair
Ryan Kelly, Clerk
SCHOOL COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS 2019-2020
FINANCE SUB COMMITTEE
(Food Service Advisory)
POLICY SUB COMMITTEE
(Wellness Policy Review)
EVALUATION SUB COMMITTEE
CURRICULUM SUB COMMITTEE (Ad Hoc)
Tax Ceiling Task Force
LPVEC BOARD OF DIRECTORS (Once/Month)
LPVEC BOARD OF GOVERNORS (Once/month)
(Ryan Kelly backup)
In Dialogue Liaison
WELLNESS POLICY REVIEW
Energy and Sustainability
HIGH SCHOOL START TIME
Blueberry - Bronwyn Monahan
Center - Jamie Hensch
Wolf Swamp Road - Armand Wray
Glenbrook - Ryan Kelly
Williams - Gianna Allentuck
LHS - Kevin Shea
The Longmeadow School Committee is committed to continuous improvement. In doing so, the Committee commits to these measurable outcomes during the 2019-2020 school year:
Community Communication and Relations:
A. The School Committee will communicate monthly with parents and the community by submitting an informational message distributed via local school newsletters. The messaging will include links to useful information and minutes of the Committee meetings.
B. The School Committee will invite students from each school to SC meetings to showcase student work that represents district initiatives, goals, and civic involvement.
A. Foster collaboration and communication between the Committee and District Administration team by holding joint events at least twice a year, one focused on relationship building and one focused on the goals of the District.
B. The School Committee will support and supervise the Superintendent’s Plan though a mid-year check in, January, and end of year evaluation, May.
A. The Committee will support the exploration of a broader vision/definition of student learning and student success. This would include exploration of partnerships in the community where students could learn through experiential offerings.
A. The Committee will continue to advocate for funding for the district by working with other town officials, committees, and our legislative delegates.
B. The Committee will participate with the Tax Ceiling Task Force.
A. The Committee will continue to support the submitted Statements of Interest for the middle schools and work with the Massachusetts School Building Authority in their process to assess the needs of the community.
Goals approved 9-10-2019