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Summer 2018 meal program

picnicMeals for Longview kids ages 18 and younger are available at no charge at these locations and times:

  • Northlake Elem, 2210 Olympia Way
    June 18 – August 17 (no meals July 2-6); Monday – Friday
    Breakfast 8:30 – 8:45am, Lunch 12:00 – 12:15pm
  • Kessler Elem, 1902 Kessler Blvd
    June 18 – August 17 (no meals July 4); Monday – Friday
    Breakfast 8:30 – 8:45am, Lunch 12:00 – 12:15pm
  • CVG Elem, 2644 30th Ave
    July 9 – July 27; Monday – Friday
    Breakfast 8:30 – 8:45am, Lunch 12:00 – 12:15pm
  • Olympic Elem, 1324 30th Ave
    July 9 – July 27; Monday – Friday
    Breakfast 8:30 – 8:45am Lunch 12:00 – 12:15pm
    Aug 7 – Aug 16; Tuesday – Thursday
    Breakfast 8:30 – 8:45am Lunch 11:00 – 11:15pm
  • St Helens Elem, 431 27th Ave
    July 9 – July 27; Monday – Friday
    Breakfast 8:30 – 8:45am, Lunch 12:00 – 12:15pm
  • Monticello Middle School, 1225 28th Ave
    July 9 – July 27; Monday – Friday
    Lunch 12:00 – 12:15pm
  • Archie Anderson Park, 22nd Ave and Alabama St
    July 9 – Aug 16; Monday – Thursday
    Lunch 12:00 – 12:15pm, Snack 3:00 – 3:15pm
  • Longview Teen Center, 2121 Kessler Blvd
    June 18 – Aug 17 (no meals July 2-6); Monday – Friday
    Snack 3:00 – 3:15

Supervised activities will be offered at Northlake, Kessler, Monticello, Teen Center, and Archie Anderson Park through Longview Parks and Rec.

The summer food service program is sponsored by US Department of Agriculture. For more information about the program, or to volunteer call Longview School District Nutrition at 360.575.7172.

2018-06-18T16:56:44+00:00 June 18th, 2018|

NASA summer camps offer great opportunity for high school students

Cowlitz County high school students, including incoming freshmen and just-graduated seniors, are invited to experience “Terra Trackers” and “Rockets and Space”. These week-long summer camps at R.A. Long High School will allow students to work with electronics, robotics, and rocketry.

“Terra Trackers” is July 16 – 19, “Rockets and Space” is July 30-August 2. There is no charge to attend.  Applications are due July 15. Read more about the camps, and complete the application.  Completed applications may be returned to the ASB office at R.A. Long, or scanned and emailed to Hanna Burleson.  Applications are due July 15.

 

2018-06-19T16:16:39+00:00 June 18th, 2018|

Star Polisher – Alex Weiss

Weiss with studentsWho would you like to thank for being a star polisher?

“Mr. Weiss,” writes Preston, Emma, and Aalyssa  who are seventh graders at Monticello Middle School.

How did this person make a difference in your life?

Aalyssa says, “He is a good teacher; he is also really funny.”

Preston says, “He is really understanding with how I can get hyper at the end of the day, and he keeps me going. ”

“He has helped me figure out what college I want to go to and has helped me in many other ways. He is also a very nice teacher and accepts my goals,” adds Emma.

As part of our district’s focus on student connectedness, we shared part of a poem called “The Star Polisher” with our middle school students and invited them to consider how Longview Public Schools staff have made a difference to them. Read about more of our stars and star polishers here.

2018-06-15T15:49:51+00:00 June 15th, 2018|

Star Polisher – Jodi McLean

McLean and studentsWho would you like to thank for being a star polisher?

“Mrs. McLean,” writes eighth graders Celina and Miranda and seventh grader Monique at Cascade Middle School.

How did this person make a difference in your life?

Miranda says, “Mrs. McLean has helped me actually decide what to do with my life. I want to be a teacher. I have been inspired by how she deals with problems when they arise. She is funny, caring, and a great teacher. I love how she pushes me to boundaries that I never knew existed. She has helped me grow so much as a person, and I am very grateful for her.”

Monique says, “Mrs. McLean really helped me when I had been in her class for the first semester. Also she really helps me understand what we were learning, and I got it quick and easily. It was really fun and interesting being in her classroom! ”

“She is a great teacher,” adds Celina.

As part of our district’s focus on student connectedness, we shared part of a poem called “The Star Polisher” with our middle school students and invited them to consider how Longview Public Schools staff have made a difference to them. Read about more of our stars and star polishers here.

2018-06-15T15:45:02+00:00 June 15th, 2018|

Star Polisher – Jennifer Benedict

Benedict and studentWho would you like to thank for being a star polisher?

“Mrs. Benedict,” writes Alejandra, an eighth grader at Monticello Middle School.

How did this person make a difference in your life?

Alejandra says, “She made a difference in my life this year by always being there for me; she never gave up on me. She always pushed me to be better and to persevere. Her class is the highlight to my day.”

As part of our district’s focus on student connectedness, we shared part of a poem called “The Star Polisher” with our middle school students and invited them to consider how Longview Public Schools staff have made a difference to them. Read about more of our stars and star polishers here.

2018-06-15T15:41:28+00:00 June 15th, 2018|

Star Polisher – Marjorie Castle

Castle and studentWho would you like to thank for being a star polisher?

“Mrs. Castle,” writes Avery, a seventh grader at Monticello Middle School.

How did this person make a difference in your life?

Avery says, “She is so inspirational and is always in a good mood and ready to help students succeed no matter the day or what they’re doing.”

As part of our district’s focus on student connectedness, we shared part of a poem called “The Star Polisher” with our middle school students and invited them to consider how Longview Public Schools staff have made a difference to them. Read about more of our stars and star polishers here.

2018-06-15T15:38:45+00:00 June 15th, 2018|

Star Polisher – Mark Hulings

Hulings and studentsWho would you like to thank for being a star polisher?

“Mr. Hulings,” writes Dennis and Tessa, seventh graders at Monticello Middle School.

How did this person make a difference in your life?

Dennis says, “He is a very good coach and he pushes people to the highest they can be so that they are good students and athletes.”

Tessa adds, “He is a very encouraging person that believes that everyone can make right choices.”

As part of our district’s focus on student connectedness, we shared part of a poem called “The Star Polisher” with our middle school students and invited them to consider how Longview Public Schools staff have made a difference to them. Read about more of our stars and star polishers here.

2018-06-15T15:37:35+00:00 June 15th, 2018|

Star Polisher – Megan Getchell

Getchell and studentWho would you like to thank for being a star polisher?

“Ms. Getchell,” writes Alexis, a seventh grader at Mt. Solo Middle School.

How did this person make a difference in your life?

Alexis says, “She taught me a lot of stuff about English and life.”

As part of our district’s focus on student connectedness, we shared part of a poem called “The Star Polisher” with our middle school students and invited them to consider how Longview Public Schools staff have made a difference to them. Read about more of our stars and star polishers here.

2018-06-15T15:36:44+00:00 June 15th, 2018|

Star Polisher – Angela Winters

Winters and studentWho would you like to thank for being a star polisher?

“Miss Winters,” writes Taylor, a seventh grader at Cascade Middle School.

How did this person make a difference in your life?

Taylor says, “By cleaning around the school, the lunch rooms, and the bathrooms (and they can get bad)!”

As part of our district’s focus on student connectedness, we shared part of a poem called “The Star Polisher” with our middle school students and invited them to consider how Longview Public Schools staff have made a difference to them. Read about more of our stars and star polishers here.

2018-06-15T15:53:04+00:00 June 15th, 2018|

Star Polisher – Jason Mackey

MackeyWho would you like to thank for being a star polisher?

“Mr. Mackey,” writes Alejandra and Jaxyn, eighth graders at Monticello Middle School.

How did this person make a difference in your life?

Jaxyn says, “I can not even begin to explain how Mr. Mackey has affected me this year as my science teacher. I am fortunate enough to start my day off with him, and he makes my day start off great. Not only does he teach us science, but he teaches us life skills. He tells us inspirational speeches all the time, and we can feel what he is saying in our hearts. Mr. Mackey is by far the best teacher I have ever met. He has impacted me so much this year and I am very grateful to be able to have him as a teacher.”

Alejandra adds, “He makes school more interesting and engaging. His class is a great way to start my day. He inspires me to be the best I can. ”

As part of our district’s focus on student connectedness, we shared part of a poem called “The Star Polisher” with our middle school students and invited them to consider how Longview Public Schools staff have made a difference to them. Read about more of our stars and star polishers here.

2018-06-15T15:53:41+00:00 June 15th, 2018|
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