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Office Staff
Office Hours: 8:00-4:00
Phone: 701-857-4610
Fax: 701-857-8755
email: longfellow@minot.k12.nd.us
School Hours: 8:45-3:00

PRINCIPAL
Jenn Arlien

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
Megan Strange

SECRETARIES
Paula Johnson
Cammy McCarty

COUNSELOR
Becky Field
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We are working on making changes to our website to ensure it is accessible to persons with disabilities. We’d like to know how the website is or isn’t accessible to you. If you would be willing to share your thoughts, we would appreciate it. Please contact Alicia Eslinger by e-mail at alicia.eslinger@minot.k12.nd.us.
Message from Mrs. Arlien
Welcome to Longfellow Elementary! It is our goal that each child will learn and grow every day. Our mission is to provide academic excellence in a warm and supportive school atmosphere. Strong parental and community support enhances the quality of education at Longfellow. We hope you will volunteer at the school, come eat lunch with your child, or join the Longfellow PTA. We know that your involvement, combined with the efforts of our staff, will make this school year a rich and rewarding year for your child.

Attendance: We ask for your support and participation in this effort by sending your child to school every day. The school day begins at 8:45 A.M. for all students and ends at 3:00 P.M. If your child is going to be absent please notify the office at 857-4610. Students should not arrive before 8:40 unless they are eating breakfast which is served from 8:10 - 8:30.

Traffic: Traffic is quite heavy during pick-up and drop-off times, so we ask for your patience and keep safety in the forefront at all times. We ask for your cooperation in following the guideline of not getting out of your vehicle in the loading/unloading lane. When pulling into the loading/unloading zone please pull up as far as you can so it will allow others to park behind you. If you need to run into the school, please park your car in a parking spot.
CHARACTER COUNTS
CHARACTER COUNTS
Our Character Counts Pillars are:
Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship
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