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HCPSS utilizes Family File for parents/guardians to complete emergency information. Longfellow parents/guardians must verify and/or update information for each child, and can do so by logging in to HCPSS Connect and selecting the Family File tab on the left and then clicking on Family File.
Please take a moment to view all of the benefits of our FARMs program. Even if your child does not require free or reduced meal prices, there are a number of benefits available for families. Completed applications can ultimately support all of our students through Title I funding and resources. You can learn more about the program and apply here.
Our annual Back to School Night will take place on Thursday, September 19th. Families in grades 1 to 5 are encouraged to join us as we share information about the upcoming school year and learn more about how you can get involved in your students education. Families will have the opportunity to meet teachers, join our PTA, complete emergency forms and learn more about volunteer opportunities here at LoES. A food truck will also be on site offering dinner options for interested families. Below is a schedule of events planned for the evening: 6:00 pm - GT presentation in room 190 6:30 pm - Administrative presentation in the cafeteria 7:00 pm - Grade level presentations fro grades 1 to 5 We hope to see you there!
Looking for some after school fun? Learn more about after school activities offered to LoES this Fall and Winter here.
Consider volunteering at LoES Benefits include: Instant LoES Hero status! Helping teachers and staff so they have more time to work with your student(s) Strengthening our school community Growing a feeling of involvement. We are your school family! Miles of smiles from Longfellow students Please check out our Sign Up Genius for upcoming volunteer opportunities here at Longfellow. In and out of school opportunities are available! In school opportunities do require a breif volunteer training that can be accessed here.
We want to make sure you are aware of some changes for the 2019-20 school year that will impact arrival and dismissal for all of our families including the families of our youngest students.
The learning behaviors companion page is live on the HCPSS website and accessible HERE. The page contains key information about learning behaviors including indicators and grade level examples. Families are encouraged to review the information provided on the page as it relevant to the progress reports and report cards that will be distributed to students during the 2019-2020 school year.
Watch for our monthly newsletter, The Advocate, at the beginning of each month. Here, our school- based counselors and HCPSS School Counseling Department will share helpful information about nationwide efforts (In Our World), county initiatives (In Our County), school programs (In Our School) , and home-school connection tips (In Our Homes) in the areas of academic growth, social-emotional development, and career exploration. Check out our September edition HERE.
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