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Chris RuggPrincipal
Joan HustonAssistant Principal

Main Office
360.577.2703

Attendance Office
360.577.2702

Guidance Office
360.577.2736

Health Room
360.577.2733

Fax
360.577.2790

2821 Parkview Dr
Longview, WA 98632

What’s happening

Weather closure-Feb. 21

Due to unsafe travel conditions caused by snow and ice, Longview schools will be closed Wednesday Feb. 21. The district regrets losing a day of teaching and learning, but the safety of our staff and students is paramount.

Stay up to date by visiting FlashAlert

February 21st, 2018|

Weather delay-Wednesday, Feb. 21

Longview School District plans to delay the school start two hours Wednesday, Feb. 21  due to snow and freezing temperatures.

Buses will follow snow/lowland routes. Families should use their discretion about the safety of getting their child from home to the bus pick-up or school. Please use caution and share safe walking tips with your children.

Schools will convene two hours later than their regular start times. No breakfast service will be provided. The Wednesday early release is cancelled. Please continue to monitor FlashAlert for any updates that might be made.

If you haven’t done so already,  consider subscribing to FlashAlert notifications and download the FlashAlert Messenger app to your phone easy access to up-to-date information. Information will be also posted on www.longviewschools.com  (families-school delays and cancellations),  on Facebook, and on local media.

February 20th, 2018|

Working to keep students safe

The safety and well-being of our youngsters is more important than anything. Schools throughout Longview focus on safety every single day in a variety of ways.

  • Relationships between students and trusted adults is the foundation. In the recent incident at R. A. Long, a student had a concern that he shared, and it was acted on immediately. Adults will continue to be available and responsive to our students. Schools remind students: “see something, say something!”
  • Emergency response drills are conducted so that, if ever necessary, students and staff members will be prepared.  Responses fall into four general categories–shelter in place (for example–wind or hazardous materials), evacuate (for example–fire or threat inside the building), lockout (for example–a police activity near the school, and lockdown (for example–active threat in the building).
  • Collaboration with  community police and firefighters in safety planning and in response to incidents in and near our schools.
  • Best-practice response–In the event of an active threat where a person’s actions are causing or meant to cause harm to others, schools will use an A-L-I-C-E response. Taken in any order, A-L-I-C-E stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate. Those actions can be taken in any order. Students have been instructed on ALICE […]
February 16th, 2018|

Support Students Going to Washington DC!

ANY TICKETS TO SEE THE MOVIE “EARLY MAN” BOUGHT VIA THIS LINK

THRU ALL OF FEBRUARY WILL BENEFIT:

Cascade Middle School – Longview Trip to Washington DC!

MOVIE TICKETS bought via this custom link to Fandango support our cause!

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$1.00 from every ticket to EARLY MAN bought during FEBRUARY supports Cascade Middle School – Longview Trip to Washington DC!

February 15th, 2018|
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