Photo of the front of the Frank P. Long building

Frank P. Long Intermediate

599 Brookhaven Ave
ԹϺ, NY 11713
Phone: (631) 730-1725
Fax: (631) 286-0276


Grades 4 - 5

Hours: 8:20 am - 2:40 pm
Dismissal Begins at 2:30 pm

Mrs. Stefanie Rucinski

Assistant Principal:

Mrs. Alicia Ulberg



May Events



Save the date. Fifth Grade Moving Up Celebration 2024


Family Connect Nights

Family connect nights are five homework free nights offered as an opportunity for families to have a little extra time together. Each family should choose how they want to spend the time however here are a few suggestions: share a book, listen to music/dance, go for a walk, play a game. Our next family connect night is Wednesday, March 13th.

Click here to see the family connect schedule for the remainder of the year.



In The News

South Country educator earns doctorate

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Mary Pettit, an educator at Frank P. Long Intermediate School in the ԹϺ, has earned a doctorate in Educational Leadership for Diverse Learning Communities from Molloy University.

Dr. Pettit is a veteran educator with over two decades of experience dedicated to enhancing education and supporting student success. She earned her B.A. in psychology and elementary education from Roger Williams University, followed by an M.S. in education, specializing in special education and literacy, from Dowling College.

Since 1998, Dr. Pettit has taught grades one through five, showcasing her adaptability and versatility. Her educational philosophy embraces the evolving nature of the field, demonstrated by her pursuit of National Board Certification in literacy in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic. She received recognition for scholarly contributions at conferences like the Third International Conference on Literacy, Culture, and Language Education and she was acknowledged as the first recipient of the Sandra A. Morris-Aarons Alumni Scholarship Award.

Outside of education, Dr. Pettit actively engages in the literary community through her popular book blog and participation in bestselling-author advanced reader review teams, reflecting her passion for literature and lifelong learning.

“Her impact on education and her dedication to student success embody the spirit of a lifelong learner and compassionate educator, leaving a lasting impression on everyone she encounters,” said Frank P. Long Principal Stefanie Rucinski.

The district congratulates Dr. Pettit on this impressive accomplishment.

Date Added: 5/16/2024