To cultivate a community of learners where diversity is valued, equity is emphasized and every student, regardless of background or circumstances, has access to a high-quality education within a safe and nurturing environment.
Today at Longfellow, I promise that I will strive to be:
This will help me, my class, and my school be the best that we can be!
Mascot: Soaring Eagle
As a Maryland Green School, Longfellow provides a comprehensive & integrated approach to authentic learning that uses the environment as a context for teaching and learning. Learn More...
The Howard County Public School System (HCPSS) partners with families and the community to ensure that all students develop the knowledge and skills needed to be successful in the 21st century. The school system’s mission states that HCPSS expects each student to graduate ready “to participate responsibly in a diverse and changing world.” Although there is no single pathway to college and careers, achieving these readiness indicators as students progress from prekindergarten through grade 12 gives students the college and career advantage.
At Longfellow Elementary we believe in collaborative partnerships between, our school, parents and our community to build a strong foundation for each student to be on the path toward the College and Career Advantage. Each document below has more detailed information about College and Career Advantage:
Longfellow Elementary School was given a LEED certified Silver Status in 2016.
LEED is an internationally recognized green building certification system developed by the U.S. Green Building Council. Longfellow Elementary School is among a small percentage of Howard County and Maryland schools to have earned LEED certification, which recognizes a commitment to environmental sustainability.
Longfellow Elementary School
Fast facts about Longfellow ES listing special programs, total enrollment, accomplishments and more.
MSDE Individual School
The Individual School Performance Report for each school is provided by the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) and reflects the school's proficiency levels on the Maryland School Assessment (MSA).
With a focus on instruction as a birth-through-graduation continuum, Community Superintendents better position the school system to support students throughout their entire journey with HCPSS. View community superintendents by regional area.
Community Superintendent Area 3: Pat Saunderson
Howard County public schools are divided into school clusters, which are assigned to individual Board members to facilitate school visitations, attend special events, and provide a point of contact for each school community. View all BOE school cluster assignments.
LOES BOE Representative: Vicky Cutroneo