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A look at Longfellow

Elementary holds open house after flood recovery

October 29, 2013

Former teachers at Longfellow Elementary said the newly renovated school looks very different than it did when they were teaching back in the 1950s and 1960s....

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Nov-01-13 9:51 AM

Concerned-- if you don't want kids sitting in less than desirable areas for class time, you should reconsider your stance on the bond issue.

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Oct-29-13 8:58 PM

I am just asking for those students who sit outside in the hallway at Sunnyside....I didn't mean anything bad about it. Yes I know it replaced Lincoln, but that is a diversion area as well. I am just asking because the principal from Longfellow said on the Noon Show that there's plenty of room. I wouldn't want my child sitting in the hallway if they didn't have to.

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Oct-29-13 12:56 PM

Thank you to all of the teachers - yesterday and today.

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Oct-29-13 12:43 PM

Longfellow's area of enrollment goes all the way up north hill to meet the area of Lewis and Clark as well as west towards Bel Air. It also replaces the Lincoln area. Perkett has a large number of special needs students located on its campus and has had for many years.

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Oct-29-13 8:16 AM

We have a school that is not overcrowded and probably won't get enrollment increase as most people don't want to live in the valley. Is there anyway some kids can come over to this school that need the extra attention?

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