Welcome to Robert A. Long High School
Semi High Tech U
Semi High Tech U is a three day high tech career exploration program being held on April 23 through the 25th at LCC, Millennium Bulk Terminal and Cowlitz PUD. The agenda includes: engineering, nano-technology, chemistry, electronics, plus critical thinking and mock interviews. It is free and food is provided each day. Sophomores and Juniors are encouraged to apply. Pick up application in the Career Center of contact Mrs. Fowler in the Career Center or call her at 575-7990.
Congratulations to Kenni Michels and Sarah Luedke who placed 6th in Buying and Merchandising Team Decision Making at the Washington DECA State Career Development Conference in Bellevue. This qualifies them to compete at Nationals in Atlanta in May for RAL DECA!
This week in sports...
Monday, April 21, 2014
Fastpitch vs Mark Morris AWAY 4:00 (varsity and jv one game each at 7th Ave. field; both start at 4:00)
Girls’ Golf vs Tumwater HOME 3:30
Tennis vs Washougal HOME 4:00
JV Baseball vs Hockinson AWAY @ 4:30 (rescheduled from Apr. 18th)
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Girls’ Golf vs Hockinson HOME 3:30
Soccer vs Hockinson HOME 4:30/6:30 (JV plays @ Monticello; Varsity @ Stadium)
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Fastpitch vs Ridgefield (varsity only) HOME 4:00
Tennis vs Hockinson AWAY 3:00 (dismiss @ 1:00; bus leaves @ 1:15)
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Fastpitch vs Woodland (JV only) HOME 3:30/5:00 (double header)
Baseball vs Mark Morris (dh) HOME 3:00/5:00 (jv dismiss @ 1:25: bus leaves for Roy Morse @ 1:45)
Soccer vs Washougal AWAY 5:00/7:00 (bus leaves @ 3:00)
Friday, April 25, 2014
Fastpitch vs Washougal AWAY 4:30 (dismiss @ 1:25; bus leaves @ 1:45) (Varsity only)
Girls’ Golf vs Mark Morris AWAY 3:30
Track @ Kalama Twilight AWAY 3:30 (dismiss @ 1:40; bus leaves @ 2:00)
Saturday, April 26, 2014
Track @ Centennial Inv. AWAY 11:00 (Gresham, OR) (bus will leave at 9:00 a.m.)
Want to know if you should take the SAT or ACT?
On Saturday, April 12th from 9 am to 1 pm at RA Long High School, the Princeton Review Assessment will be offered. It is only $10, paid on the day of the test, but you must preregister online or via email. This assessment helps you determine which college entrance exam, the ACT or SAT, is best for your post high school plans.
WIAA Athletes of the Week
McKenna Yates (SENIOR) Wrestling
Yates battled to win a decisive 2-1 match, early against Washougal at 160 pounds. Then followed-up that performance with three victories to win his weight class and help his team win the Lumberjack Classic.
Sarah Luedke - Girls’ Basketball
Each week throughout the school year, the WIAA recognizes twelve varsity athletes, a male and a female from each of the six classifications, who exhibited an outstanding performance for the previous week. Sarah is This our 4th athlete this year recognized by WIAA.
WIAA State Athlete of the Week Award will receive a letter of recognition from the WIAA Executive Director, a commemorative WIAA State Athlete of the Week T-Shirt and certificate.
See other athletes recognized this year.
FBLA pick up awards at FBLA Conference
The R. A. Long High School FBLA Chapter competed in Kalama on January 29th. We had 16 students attend and they earned 15 awards (more than last year). The awards only go to the top 5 places.
Please congratulate the following on achievements.
Anastasia Fischer 4th place, Agribusiness
Victoria Auigular 5th place, Business Calculations
Sarah Luedke 1st place, Business Communication
2nd place team, Entrepreneurship
1st place, Future Business Leader
2nd place team, Marketing
Christina Tran 4th place, Computer Applications
Conor Smith 5th place, Computer Applications
1st place, Help Desk
Victoria Tran 5th place, Digital Design & Promotion
Katie Morgan 2nd place team, Entrepreneurship
2nd place team, Marketing
Blake Peterson 3rd place, Word Processing
Alexander Fischer 4th place, FBLA Principles & Procedures
Anna Bridgen 4th place, Intro to Business Communication
We have great students with great skills. Next ..STATE in Seattle in April.
Senior Parents -
Planning is now underway for the 2014 ALCOHOL AND DRUG FREE graduation party to be held on Saturday, June 7, 2014. Our next meeting is Monday,April 21st at 7:00 PM at Mark Morris in the LGIC room.
R A Long Chairperson – Theresa Stalick 360-430-3083 email@example.com
Microsoft Certification at R. A. Long
You don't need to be a senior to learn everything. Freshman Jorden Hayes has passed the Microsoft Office Specialists for Word, PowerPoint and now Excel, which is one of the most difficult, all by February. In March he passed the MS Word Expert certification
Students can become certified as Microsoft Office Specialists in our Career and Technical Education program. This option became available during the 2011-12 school year. This year they can go beyond the Microsoft Office certification and become certified as a Microsoft Technology Associate.
Congtratulations to the following students have earned their certifications so far this school year.. See who have made the list.
Their teacher is Sharon Jacobs (McElroy), CTE Business Teacher
Teach Prep through LCC offers each student who passes the ITA course (with a B or higher) 13 credits for the business management part of the class and 5 credits for each certifications they earn. Tech Prep is a wonderful opportunity for our students to earn college credit and not have to leave our campus.
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R.A. Long has enlisted a vendor associated with the National Federation of State High School Association to provide R.A. Long sports apparel. You can access this web-store 24/7 and deal direct with the vendor. Get the current apparel items and at the same time support R.A. Long.
From the Attendance Office
If a parent or guardian plans on picking up the student during the day, they must provide the attendance office with photo identification.
Checking your student out because he/she is sick? Stop in at the nurse’s office first.
Remember that regular and punctual attendance is required in accordance with state law and district policy. It has a positive effect on student learning and develops responsible and productive citizens.
RA Long Alumni Meetings 4th Tuesday of each month @ 7pm in Room 115
Booster Club 2nd Wednesday of each month @6:30 p.m. Room 115
Parent Advisory Board -- Here is an opportunity for any interested parents to meet with the Principal. It is an open forum to share positive changes, discuss plans for the future, and hear concerns. This informal gathering will be held on the following dates from 12-1 pm in Room 115.
(1st Friday each Month)
Our school hours and other emergency info can be found on the Longview School District website. You will find info about bus snow routes and hours of school operations.
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Welcome to Robert A. Long High School in Longview, Washington. R. A. Long High School was erected in 1927, three years after the city of Longview was incorporated. The school is named for the city's founder Robert A. Long, a wealthy timber baron from Missouri. Our mascot, the Lumberjack, was so named due to the area's reliance on the timber industry. The school is on the city Historical Register.
R.A. Long competes in the Greater St. Helen’s League at the 2A level. Our student enrollment is around 1000 students. Rich Reeves is our Principal.