EverySchoolDayFew factors have a greater influence on school success than regular attendance. Regular attendance means that students should be in school, on time every day except for sickness or other emergency situations.

ANY ABSENCE - Please notify the school (525-7648) by 9:00 A.M. on the day your child is absent. This helps us confirm that each child is accounted for.

EXCESSIVE ABSENCE or TARDINESS - If a pattern of absenteeism develops, the teacher will contact the parent/guardians to determine needs. The teacher will notify the principal concerning the absences and/or tardiness.

PRINCIPAL INTERVENTION - After the teacher has made a contact with the parents/guardians concerning excessive absences and/or tardiness, if necessary, the principal will then take steps to help in correcting any further problems. This assistance may include involvement of the school nurse or counselor, notifying the truant officer, or initiating a referral to the Department of Health and Welfare.

Pursuant to Idaho Code 33-206 YOUR STUDENT MUST ATTEND SCHOOL. It is the parent’s responsibility to ensure regular attendance. Please familiarize yourself with the District’s Attendance Policy which can be found on the District’s website

Please make sure to send a signed note or call the office within 3 school days.

People with a good education are much more likely to have a bright future. Let's give our Longfellow students every advantage and have them come to school everyday!!

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.