On Monday, April 6, Governor Inslee ordered all schools (Including the Broadway Learning Center) closed for the remainder of the school year, to help stop the spread of the corona virus. All schools and district facilities will be closed from March 16 until further notice. Remote learning will start on April 15 and continue through June 19.
Yes, all school sports, activities, clubs, training, athletic practices, events and facilities use are cancelled until further notice. The Broadway Learning Center is also closed.
Teacher driven remote learning will start on April 15 and continue through June 19. We posted optional learning resources for students K-12. A link to our Learning Resource page with a list of these learning resources is located below. This page includes a variety of learning resources in English, math, science, social studies and history. Check back regularly for updated resource information.
Yes, the State Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) has canceled testing for the 2019-20 school year.
As of right now, we are waiting on guidance from the state regarding graduation requirements. Our anticipation is high school seniors will graduate on time. Graduation is planned to remain on June 6, 2020.
Yes, the school year will be extended through June 19, 2020. School will also be in session on the planned May 8 and June 12 snow days.
Yes, please click here to see the meal service schedule. Any child, age 0 to 18, will be provided a breakfast and lunch meal served on weekdays.
Meals will continue to be provided during the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, through Spring Break and throughout the school closure.
Longview Schools has partnered with Educational Service District 112 (ESD 112) and Childcare Aware to support families of First Responders and medical professionals seeking childcare options.
Visit Childcare Aware at bit.ly/CCAWAOnlineLookup or call the Family Center at 1-800-446-1114 to search for available child care centers during the mandatory school closures due to Covid-19. You will receive an updated list of open child care programs in our area that can meet your child care needs.
Yes, all facility use by community members, staff, students and other groups is canceled as of March 16, and will remain closed until further notice.
Yes, click here to access resources for families and individuals in need.
Remote Learning FAQ
Students are expected to engage in learning activities approximately 11-12 hours each week.
Teachers have been asked to provide families with a weekly learning plan. In some cases, the weekly plan may include suggested daily activities. However, we realize family schedules differ, so there will be flexibility in the weekly learning plan.
There is no single model for remote learning. Some teachers will conduct classes through Zoom or Google Hangouts, where teachers and students interact. Other teachers will post online videos, activities, and assignments in an online platform such as Google classroom. Other teachers will have students do work in a print workbook or packet, providing help as needed. The one constant is that teachers are committed to helping students continue learning during this time of school closure.
Frequent communication between teachers and families is very important. Teachers will work with each family to figure out the best method for providing support with student learning. Families should reach out to the teacher with questions or requests for help.
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