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 Longfellow Fundraiser

Purchase Hannaford gift cards and
Hannaford will donate 5% of sales 
over 
$1000.00 to the PTO. 
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Learn about Longfellow's Positive Behavior Interventions and Support System (PBIS) 

Watch the Video Below to Learn More!

 

 



Virtual Author Visits Come to Longfellow
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Ann Ingalls writes fiction and nonfiction books. She has written 48 books for young readers. During her virtual  visits with Longfellow students in grades K-3, Ann will work with 3 titles. Grades 2 and 3 will work with her book Pencil: A Story with a Point. Grade 1 will work with her Tip and Tucker series, and Kindergarten will work with her picture book Why Should I Walk? I Can Fly!

Visit her website at https://anningallswrites.com/ann-ingalls/ to read more about Ann Ingalls and her books.

Thank you to the PTO for supporting this Curriculum Extension project.

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Fall 2020 Important Information


Daily Health Screening 

  • Each day families will need to complete a daily health screen on behalf of their child.  
  • All staff and students who will be entering the building will be expected to complete a daily screen.  
  • PPS will be using school messenger to help make this easier, but please see this flowsheet for the questions that we need all families to be able to answer each day. Until the app is accessible, we will be sending out reminders via school-messenger that daily health screens need to be completed before a child comes to school.  
  • While we realize that daily checks may be challenging for families, we need to be vigilant about keeping sick people out of the building in order to keep school buildings open and everyone inside safe and healthy. 


Weekly Schedule


Weekly Schedule
 


Daily Health Screening 

  • Each day families will need to complete a daily health screen on behalf of their child.  
  • All staff and students who will be entering the building will be expected to complete a daily screen.  
  • PPS will be using school messenger to help make this easier, but please see this flowsheet for the questions that we need all families to be able to answer each day. Until the app is accessible, we will be sending out reminders via school-messenger that daily health screens need to be completed before a child comes to school.  
  • While we realize that daily checks may be challenging for families, we need to be vigilant about keeping sick people out of the building in order to keep school buildings open and everyone inside safe and healthy. 

A Tour of Longfellow

Are you curious what it looks like inside the building? Do you want a perspective to what your learner sees everyday? Check out this video to see a tour of Longfellow!