Longview Public Schools is committed to ensuring that every student learns the skills and knowledge necessary to be successful.
By providing services directly for children birth through preschool and working collaboratively with community preschool partners, the district provides incoming students additional educational opportunities to enhance school success.
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires all states to locate, identify and evaluated all children birth through 21 who are in need of early intervention or special education services. Longview School District locates, evaluates, and serves children with cognitive, motor, social, behavior, speech, language, hearing or vision needs. If you know a child who may have a need in one or more of these areas or if you would like more information about our services, please contact:
Longview Early Education Program (LEEP) partners come together monthly throughout the school year to align instructional practices, and create successful outcomes for students as well as the community as a whole. Community partners are:
Learning begins at birth as children develop the skills they need to be successful readers later in life.
Read and Grow is a weekly playgroup for Longview Public School families with children from birth to five years old. Playgroup is a fun way for parents and caregivers to practice school readiness with their child.