What's Happening at Long Lake Central School

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    Congratulations to the Students who Qualify for the Third Quarter Honor Roll and High Honor Roll

    Grades 7-12 High Honor Roll:  William Belcher, Victoria Bickford, Maria Black, Lillian Dechene, Karmen Howe,  Kylie Martin, Olivia Penrose, Luke Rider, Leif Roalsvig, Ravyn Sotomayor

    Grades 7-12 Honor Roll:  Sophie Black, Catherine Clark, Hannah Keller, Makenzi Keller, Abbie Roalsvig, Calvin Seaman , Madison Tallon

    Grades 3-6 High Honor Roll:  Amelia Belcher, Harrison Hall, Pailin Hample,  Camryn Hosley, Adam Pacheco, Daphne Seaman, Avery Preuss,  Nathan Hosley

    Grades 3-6 Honor Roll:  Griffin Farr, Carrerra Lance, Faith McIntrye

    To qualify for High Honor Roll a student must earn a GPA of 89.5 and up.  To qualify for Honor Roll, a student must earn a GPA of 84.5 - 89.49.

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    Free Prom Dresses

    Fairy Godmother's Closet is giving away free prom dresses on May 4-6.  Fairy Godmother's Closet is located at the North Franklin Education Center (BOCES), 23 Husky Lane in Malone and is open on the following dates and times:

    May 4:  3:00 - 6:00 pm

    May 5 and 6:  10:00 am - 1:00 pm

    Any student in the FEH region that needs a formal dress can take advantage of this wonderful opportunity.

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    College Field Trip on April 26

    On Thursday, April 26th the 7-11th grades will be taking a field trip to visit North Country Community College & Paul Smith’s College. The bus will leave at 8:00 and return to school at about 2:30. If you have any questions, or if any seniors are interested in attending, please contact Ms. Pylman

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    Two Fun Activities!

    Yarn and Needles Night:  April 26 from 6:30 - 8:30 in the high school library.

    Introduction to Yoga:  May 1 from 708 PM

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  • Fitness Center Notice

    As of April 20, the Fitness Center will no longer be open on Friday afternoons.

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  • Send Our Calendar to Your Calendar or Print Our Events Calendar

    Here's everything you need to know to add our school calendar to your personal devices. 

    You can also print the monthly, weekly or day view of a calendar.  Here's how: 

    1. Click on the calendar icon in the Events block on the home page.  A monthly calendar view will open.   You can select Month, Week or Day.

    2. To expand the calendar to view all events scheduled, click on Show All.

    3. Click on the Print button in the upper left corner.  Once the print view displays, click on the Print link in the upper right corner once more to print.

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Student Scholarships, Jobs, Competitions and Summer Camps

  • Will Geiger Scholarship.   This scholarship is available to any LLCS student in grades 5-11 for summer sports camp attendance.  Awards of up to $200 per student will be awarded to two students selected by the Scholarship Fund Committee.  Application deadline: 4:00 pm, Tuesday May 1.   Will Geiger Schol Application.pdf 
  • NYS Research Competition for Students in Grades 4-8.  The 28th annual Student Research Awards has issued a "call for entries".   Students can work individually or in groups or as a class to research a topic using historical records.  The deadline is July 1, 2018 and a cash prize and certificates will be awarded to New York State students in Grades 4-5, Grades 6-8 and Grades 9-12.   Awards information and application can be found by following this link.  
  • Camp Med  The Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES will be offering two sessions of Camp Med for current 7th-8th grade students.  The Camp sessions are scheduled as follows:  August 6 - 10, 2018 at the North Franklin Educational Center; August 13 – 17, 2018 at the Adirondack Educational Center.  Both sessions run from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.  The fee for the camp is $50.00.  Students are responsible for transportation.   Registration must be received by May 1.   Camp Med Brochure - 2018.pdf  Camp Med Student Application.pdf 

Events in our School (Click Icon at Right for Monthly View)

  • Cafeteria

    Parent Meeting/Trip Info: Grades 7-8 Trip to Boston @ 6:00 pm Cafeteria

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  • Saranac Lake, NY

    Grades 7-11 Field Trip to Paul Smith's and North Country Community College 8:00-2:30 pm Leave @ 8:00 am Bus Jerry Return @ 2:30 pm Bus Jerry

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  • UPDATE GM Softball Game vs Minerva/Newcomb @ Minerva 4:30-6:00 pm, Bus 3:15 Tony

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  • Library

    Yarn and Needles Night- Crocheting/Knitting 6:30-8:30 pm Room 300

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  • Montreal, QC, CA

    Grades 9-12 Field trip to Montreal Leave @ 6:00 am Bus Chip Return @ 11:00 pm Bus Chip

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Our School

Long Lake Central School is a K-12 public school that offers a supportive, engaging, and enriching learning and working environment. Our small class sizes offer students the opportunity to receive individualized instruction in a way that is not possible in a larger school setting. Our students participate in extracurricular activities and athletics and are offered a wide-range of opportunities for travel during their educational experience, with trips to Washington D.C., Boston, New York City, Niagara Falls, and other locations scheduled for various grade levels. 

Our professional, diverse, and talented faculty work in dynamic ways to create learning opportunities that mix grade levels, disciplines, and learning styles. We are 1:1 device school, where students in pre-kindergarten through second grade have iPads available for instruction, and students in grades three through twelve are provided with Chromebooks, with seventh through twelfth grade students offered the opportunity to take their devices home. 

At Long Lake Central School, we are proud of the work we do and we are extremely proud of all that our graduates have accomplished once leaving Long Lake Central School. We are situated in one of the most beautiful landscapes on earth, the Adirondack Park, and are supported by a community who finds great value in a small school education and ensuring that our students and families have a safe place to live, learn, work, and thrive in.