Longview Sch. Dist.
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Check the "Covid-19 update" web page at www.longviewschools.com for a message from Superintendent Zorn, updated information about learning resources and the start of remote learning for students. - Posted: Thu. 2nd, 02:35 PM
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Meal service locations and times - 03/14/20

Dear Parents and Families, during the school closure Longview Schools will be providing meals to any person, age 0 to18, that shows up to one of the locations below at the designated times. Meals will be served Monday through Friday. 

Longview Public Schools Meal Service Locations and Times:

Meal Offering:  Grab n’ Go breakfast and lunch served Monday through Friday to any person 0 to 18 years of age. 

Static Sites

Meal Service 12:00pm -12:30pm, Monday through Friday

  1. St. Helens Elementary – Main Office Entrance
  2. Kessler Elementary – Main Office Entrance
  3. Monticello Elementary - Main Office Entrance
  4. North Lake Elementary - Main Office Entrance
  5. Columbia Heights Elementary - Main Office Entrance
  6. Mint Valley Elementary - Main Office Entrance

Mobile Delivery Sites

Meal Service 11:45am to 12:00pm, Monday through Friday

  1. Baker’s Corner Store parking lot  - 5601 Ocean Beach Hwy, Longview
  2. Archie Anderson Park  - 22nd Ave & Alabama St, Longview

Meal Service 12:15pm to 12:30pm, Monday through Friday

  1. Youth and Family Link parking lot - 907 Douglas St, Longview
  2. Roy Morse Park -  Morse Park Way, Longview



School closure information - 03/14/20

Dear Parents and Guardians,

By direction of Governor Inslee, and to help our state and nation combat the spread of the coronavirus, Longview Public Schools is closing all of its schools starting Monday, March 16, through Friday, April 24.

We take any decision to close schools very seriously, recognizing that closures can pose difficulties for families and disrupt children’s education. Please review the following important information:

  • School buildings: School buildings will be open from 8am to noon on Monday, March 16 for students to collect any personal items they choose.
  • Athletics/ Activities: Effective immediately and throughout the closure, ALL athletics and morning/afternoon/evening and weekend school activities will be canceled. 
  • Food Services: For students in need of breakfast and lunch, Longview Public Schools will provide food throughout the closure. The district will inform families shortly about the locations and distribution times.
  • Child Care for children of medical professionals and first responders: The district is working with community partners to determine how best to provide childcare for the children of medical professionals and first responders. More information will be forthcoming.
  • Make-up Days: The district anticipates the school year will be extended through June 19, 2020. Our high school graduation date will remain the same.
  • We will continue to provide updates on this rapidly developing situation in several ways:
  • Email to parents and families via Skyward
  • The district website at longviewschools.com
  • Social media at facebook.com/longviewschools

Thank you for your support and patience as we address this unprecedented situation. We are committed to the safety and well-being of our students, their families, our staff members, volunteers and the community.



Dan Zorn, Superintendent

Longview Public Schools