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LPS Governor's Educator of the Year Awards
Chargers Girls Basketball Team
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A Message from the Principal

Welcome to Long Pond School.  Our school serves the 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grade students of the Andover Regional School District.  The faculty and staff are committed to providing each and every student with the best academic, social and emotional experience where the students are encouraged to try their best and to celebrate their accomplishments.

CHARGER PRIDE is something that all Long Pond School faculty and staff have been focusing on since the 2017-2018 school year.  What does it mean to be a CHARGER and what can you expect from CHARGERS inside and outside of the school setting?  Students will continue to be recognized by their teachers with "Charger Cash" tickets whenever they are observed demonstrating a CHARGER PRIDE characteristic (caring, honest, accountable, respectful, generous, empathetic, responsible, personable, reliable, idealistic, dedicated, energized).  We will also continue to recognize members of the Long Pond School faculty and staff each month as they demonstrate the same characteristics.

Do not forget to look at the LPS Google Calendar on our website as well for important dates and events.  

Take a look at the LPS Instagram page for some fun and informative posts/pictures: lpschargers

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LPS News and Announcements

We recently implemented a new hall pass monitoring system that has great features to help all staff at LPS better monitor hall traffic at LPS.  Students electronically create a hall pass (locker, nurse, bathroom, locker, etc….) and they have a set amount of time to tend to their needs accordingly.  There are ways to limit the number of students in the hallway at the same time as well as ways to keep the students who somehow frequently end up in the hallway at the same time from being able to as per teacher, counselor, principal discretion.  The goal behind this program was to improve safety and accountability

Congratulations to Tess Porter who was named this year’s Sussex County Superintendent Roundtable Student of the Year Award recipient for LPS.