The mission of Longfellow School is to provide a foundation for all students to excel academically and socially now and in the future.  We do this by creating meaningful and rigorous learning experiences along with a positive, safe, and predictable school environment.  This will be done through cooperative partnerships between students, teachers, parents, and community supporters. 

Michelle Dickerson, Principal

2830 Holmes
Kansas City, Missouri 64109
 
Phone: 816-418-5325
 
Bell Times: 
8:10 a.m. - 3:10 p.m

School News

  • Last day for students is May 21

    The last day of the 2014-2015 school year for students will be Thursday, May 21. This will be a full day and students will be released at their school's normal bell time.

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  • Enroll Your Child Today In Our 2015 Summer Experience

    When schools are out for the summer, it’s important for families to select fun, safe, healthy and educational activities for their children. We offer extensive summer learning opportunities for students throughout Kansas City Public Schools. Here you’ll find resources to help keep your child engaged, active and learning all summer long.

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  • Trip to Nelson Atkins

    The third and fourth grade students took a trip to the Nelson Atkins Art Museum. Enjoy the pictures and the article written by a third grade student.

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  • Computer Lab News

    Computer Lab Up-Date...Read On!

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  • Physical Education continues to soar to success at Longfellow!

    Coach Cochran updates life of physical education at Longfellow School! Contact Coach Cochran if you can help with field day!

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  • Coaches Corner

    Ms. Harvey gives parents some tips on how to help students during spring testing!

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KCPS Headlines

  • Parents' Right to Know

    Kansas City Public Schools receive federal funds for Title I. As a parent of a student in a Title I school, and in accordance with the ESEA Section 1111(h) (6) PARENTS RIGHT-TO-KNOW, you have the right to know the professional qualifications of the classroom teachers who instruct your child. Federal law allows you to ask for certain information about your child’s classroom teachers, and requires the school to give you this information in a timely manner.

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