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Use your STOP & SHOP CARD each time you shop at Stop & Shop and you will earn CASH for Longwood Middle School.  At the end of each month, your points are calculated and converted to CASH rewards. These CASH rewards for our school are updated monthly on the Stop & Shop A+ website. Our school will receive one CASH awards check at the end of the program and we can use this cash for any of our educational needs. 

This is a GREAT and EASY opportunity for the Middle School to raise funds!!!!

This will NOT affect your Gas Reward Points!

Copy & paste the link below in a new window to help out!

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recent news

Ridge Elementary Students Learn Lessons of Acceptance at Disability Awareness Day
Ridge Elementary Students Learn Lessons of Acceptance at Disability Awareness Day
11/22/2017
On Monday, November 20, 2017, Ridge Elementary School students participated in a special event to increase their knowledge about disabilities and foster positive attitudes about people living with disabilities.
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High School Students Head to Washington, DC  For Princeton Model Congress
High School Students Head to Washington, DC For Princeton Model Congress
11/20/2017
Each November, a group of Longwood High School students travel to Washington, D.C. to participate in the Princeton Model Congress (PMC).
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Middle Island Teachers Association to Host Annual Free Book Giveaway at Longwood Middle School
Middle Island Teachers Association to Host Annual Free Book Giveaway
11/17/2017
Just in time for the holidays! The Middle Island Teachers Association (MITA) is hosting their bi-annual book giveaway on Saturday, December 9 at Longwood Middle School from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm.
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Fourth Grade Students at Coram Elementary School  Journey into American Indian Territory
Fourth Grade Students at Coram Elementary School Journey into American Indian Territory
11/16/2017
On Monday, November 13 and Tuesday, November 14, students at Coram Elementary School enjoyed an interactive program to experience the history of Indian culture with deep roots here on Long Island.
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