The Longview School District is one of 23 districts in Washington State to offer the GRADS Teen Parent Program. The program is designed to support the educational needs of high school parents and their children. The program has three specific components: supporting students to graduate from high school, providing solid parenting skills to teen parents, and providing early childhood education to the children of teen parents.
Supporting the parent’s educational needs is critical, as earning a high school diploma provides them with the greatest opportunities for a successful future. Preparing students for the challenges of parenthood strengthens the parent-child relationship and builds essential bonding, attachment, and resilience skills in both the teen parents and their children. The Teen Parent Program assists young parents in the development of parenting skills and in meeting high school graduation requirements while their children have onsite access to high quality childcare and early childhood education through a partnership with the Lower Columbia College Early Head Start program.
*InvestED matches up to $500 per school, per school year until funds are exhausted.
Please support students in our community by donating to our campaign. We are partnering with InvestED, a statewide nonprofit, to help meet the basic and academic needs of our most vulnerable students. One hundred percent of funds raised will support promising young people who are experiencing hardships beyond their control.
Thank you for supporting our campaign and being a valued partner to our students and broader community. Learn more.
(All donations are tax-deductible and acknowledgment letters will be provided to you directly by InvestED). InvestED is a 501(c)(3) organization. Tax ID: 23-7189670. Contact them for more information.
For more informationm regarding the program, and to donate funds, please visit the InvestED wepage (CLICK HERE).
Jack isn't afraid to admit that sometimes his dinner table song of choice is the SpongeBob theme song (no he doesn't mean on the TV), but who doesn’t love that crazy yellow sponge and his trusty star-shaped sidekick?!
The SpongeBob Musical page on our website has been updated!
This year’s baccalaureate will be June 9 and needs your help to plan.
This special ceremony is another opportunity to celebrate with your peers your hard work over the last 4 years within a faith-based context. If you would be interested in helping please speak with Mr. Hedge in room 205.
Change in Format for Graduation Class of 2022.....Back to Traditional !
RA Long High School Students and Families,
There has been a great deal of feedback on our proposed graduation format. After reviewing those concerns/requests from both parents and students, we have decided to return to the “traditional” format that will include:
Pomp and Circumstance (student walking the track to their ceremonial seats)
Board Member’s Words for Seniors
Traditional Speeches(Looking Back, Looking Forward, and Principal’s remarks)
Reading of each Seniors name and receiving the diploma
The presentation of the Class of 2022 and changing of the tassel.
We will also stage the front on the school for additional photo opportunities and you can come at your leisure following the ceremony between 11:30-2:00. Our school makes a beautiful backdrop for photos to celebrate with your graduate.