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Trevor PersonAssistant Principal/Athletic Director

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360.575.7225

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360.575.7113

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360.575.7226

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2903 Nichols Blvd
Longview, WA 98632

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R.A. Long Summer 2018 information

Summer hours: Office open 8am-2pm Monday –Friday. Closed July 2-17, 2018

Summer programs:
• Terra Trackers, July 16-19
• Space and Rockets, July 30 – August 2

Meals for Longview kids:
Northlake Elem, 2210 Olympia Way
June 18 – August 17 (no meals July 2-6); Monday – Friday
Breakfast 8:30 – 8:45am, Lunch 12:00 – 12:15pm

Kessler Elem, 1902 Kessler Blvd
June 18 – August 17 (no meals July 4); Monday – Friday
Breakfast 8:30 – 8:45am, Lunch 12:00 – 12:15pm

CVG Elem, 2644 30th Ave
July 9 – July 27; Monday – Friday
Breakfast 8:30 – 8:45am, Lunch 12:00 – 12:15pm Cancelled

Olympic Elem, 1324 30th Ave
July 9 – July 27; Monday – Friday
Breakfast 8:30 – 8:45am Lunch 12:00 – 12:15pm
Aug 7 – Aug 16; Tuesday – Thursday
Breakfast 8:30 – 8:45am Lunch 11:00 – 11:15pm

St Helens Elem, 431 27th Ave
July 9 – July 27; Monday – Friday
Breakfast 8:30 – 8:45am, Lunch 12:00 – 12:15pm

Monticello Middle School, 1225 28th Ave
July 9 – July 27; Monday – Friday
Lunch 12:00 – 12:15pm

Archie Anderson Park, 22nd Ave and Alabama St
July 9 – Aug 16; Monday – Thursday
Lunch 12:00 – 12:15pm, Snack 3:00 – 3:15pm

Longview Teen Center, 2121 Kessler Blvd
June 18 – Aug 17 (no meals July 2-6); Monday – Friday
Snack 3:00 – 3:15

Guidance Office opens: August 15, 2018

First day of school: August 29, 2018

June 26th, 2018|

Welcome Back, 2018-2019

Dear R.A.Long Students, Parents, and Guardians:

I hope this letter finds you well, rested, and looking forward to embarking on a new school year. Hard to believe it is just around the corner. (Aug 29)

As we head into a new school year, I am always filled with such optimism. We have such a fantastic group of teachers and students and I relish the first days when students are getting back together with friends and getting acquainted with their new teachers.

High  school is such a great time in a student’s life. I encourage students to get involved in as many activities as possible in the next four years. Athletics, band, drama, service clubs and leadership to name just a few. These are instant ways to make new connections, especially with those that share common interests.

The importance of a high school diploma has never been so great. A diploma helps you to access college, trade school, and now the military. The high school diploma is significant in opening doors of opportunity.

High school does not have to be a barrier for you becoming what you want to be.  However, in order to be successful in high school these are things you can do to help facilitate that success. Here are a few:

  • Show up everyday as a learner. You can’t learn if you are not here.
  • Complete your learning tasks. (Assignments)
  • Prepare for tests and quizzes.
  • Seek help when you need it. Ask questions that clarify for you.

Ultimately, students have to take responsibility for their learning. RA Long staff will be here to facilitate, guide, and coach students along this journey.

There really isn’t a greater rush for staff than to watch young adults graduate and receive their diplomas. It is the reward for the work well done.

Finally, we welcome our new 240 future graduates to the RA Long family! Class of 2022! It’s going to be a fantastic year!

Respect-Achieve-Lead

With Respect,

Rich Reeves, Principal

August 15th, 2018|

LPS celebrates summer reading!

Longview Public Schools Superintendent Dan Zorn and School Board member Phil Jurmu set the pace at Longview’s Go Fourth parade.

While serving as grand marshal of the 2018 Go Fourth parade, Superintendent Dan Zorn and his crew of LPS staff, board members, family and friends passed out thousands of bookmarks encouraging everyone to read this summer.

The bookmarks include a link to “Superintendent Storytime,” where Dr. Zorn shares several of his favorite children’s books.

 

July 9th, 2018|
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