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    Family Math Night
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    Idaho History
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    STEM Learning

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Parents are encouraged to register incoming kindergartners as soon as possible. Download a registration packet or pick one up at the school you're zoned to attend. Return the packet to the school along with a copy of your child's official birth certificate, current immunization records and proof of address.  All D91's elementary schools will hold kindergarten orientations the Week of May 6. Check with your school for more details.

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A girl with pigtails reads a book with D91 Proud title.Idaho Falls School District 91 is committed to ensuring all students read at or above grade level by the end of 3rd Grade. Research shows that meeting these reading benchmarks is critical to a child’s success in school. Here are some resources to help you help your child develop important reading skills with a focus on vocabulary, comprehension and fluency. Fluency Tips   Phonics Tips  Reading Tips   Vocabulary Tips

This year you can pay for school lunch online with no convenience fees and your payment will be posted to your student's account immediately.   Go to the efunds page, click on fund lunch, set up an account or make a one-time payment as a guest using your last name and telephone number to locate your students. 

MAGGIE'S PLACE ONSITE -  We are here for families who are looking for a convenient and affordable place for their child everyday after school, as well as parents who want to extend their child’s day with STEM enrichment, fitness and fun. Maggie’s Place OnSite provides families and their students a more convenient, affordable and enriching after-school experience. To register for the 2018-19 school year, please visit our website at: maggiesplaceonsite.com or contact the Managing Director at 208-502-1112.

Watch D.O.G.S (Dads of Great Students)
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An innovative program being used by schools across America which helps students to be positively impacted by the committed involvement of fathers and father figures in their life. Our goal is to have fathers and father figures (Dads, granddads, uncles, step-dads, adult brothers, etc.) spend at least one day this school year at Longfellow to be a positive male role model and provide an extra set of eyes and ears. Signing Up is Easy!  | Sign Up Instructions

Join the Longfellow PTO
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The PTO is one way parents can become involed with their child's education. Every parent is encouraged to take an active part in the operation of Longfellow School.  You will find volunteering at school a positive rewarding experience. The PTO meets monthly. Watch the newsletter for times and location. Or email us at longfellowptomail@gmail.com.  Learn more about volunteer opportunities at Longfellow.