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 will not recognize correspondence received from anonymous sources.
The School Committee may also receive correspondence using the link to their official school Email addresses (School Committee Email)
Michelle Grodsky, Chair
Russell Dupere, Vice Chair
Melanie Rothstein, Clerk
Brahadesh (Breggy) Sivakumar
SCHOOL COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS 2017-2018
FINANCE SUB COMMITTEE
OPERATIONS SUB COMMITTEE (includes High School Start Time Study, Communications P/R, Green Team and Energy Task Force)
POLICY SUB COMMITTEE
MIDDLE SCHOOL WORKING GROUP
LPVEC BOARD OF DIRECTORS (Once/Month)
LPVEC BOARD OF GOVERNORS (Once/month)
Jess Hutchins (After 9/27/2017)
Beth Barron - alternate
Pension Task Force
Energy Task Force
BBH - Russell Dupere
CTR - Kerrin Morrin
WS - Stephanie Jasmin
GBK -Jess Hutchins
WMS - Beth Baron
LHS - Melanie Rothstein
Promote delivery and assessment of K-12 curriculum that is aligned and coordinated across all disciplines
The Longmeadow School Committee will develop a long range, strategic plan and operational and communication protocols to ensure that it effectively leads and serves the community.
The Longmeadow School Committee will ensure that programming and curriculum are accessible to all families and serve the diverse needs of all learners.
The Longmeadow School Committee will advance the social emotional health of students by supporting programming and initiatives aimed at reducing stress and anxiety.
Goals approved 9-13-2017