The state of Washington requires public schools to provide Human Growth & Development education to 4th and 5th grade students. In addition, schools are to provide HIV/AIDS education and prevention to all students each year beginning in the 5th grade, this includes the middle school and high school level.
The Longview School District is holding a meeting in the administration building at 2715 Lilac Street on Thursday, November 14 at 6:00 PM for any parent who has concerns about the materials. All instructional materials for both Human Growth & Development and HIV/AIDS will also be available for review at the district […]
Members of Catlin Grange #199 delivered 3rd Grade Dictionaries to Mrs. Potter’s class at St. Helens Elementary School. They also delivered a total of 168 dictionaries to the 3rd Grade students at three Longview Elementary Schools: St. Helens, Northlake and Kessler.
Thank you members of Catlin Grange #199 for your wonderful donation!
In the photo we have Catlin Grange #199 members Marvin Wilburn on the left and Jim Hedges on the far right.
Take The Five Day Challenge
Even as young as kindergarten, too many absences can cause children to fall behind in school and make it harder to learn to read. We encourage you to take the five (or fewer) day challenge. Students will earn weekly brag tags for perfect or improved attendance, or for arriving on time. The brag tags will fit on a ring that students will have on their cubbies here at school. At the end of the year they can attach them to their backpacks (that way they don’t get lost). Here are some suggestions for helping improve attendance: