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Welcome Back!

It’s that time! Long School staff are preparing to welcome everyone back for a great 2015-2016 school year. Here are some important dates to keep in mind.

Sept. 8 – School begins with a half day for all students at 8:35. Dismissal is at 11:45. Kindergarten parents, please bring your students to the Cafeteria. After they go on to class, join us for our annual PTA sponsored BooHoo Breakfast.

Sept. 17 – Open House from 5:30 to 7:00

Sept. 23, 24, 25 – No School

Class lists will be posted on the Main Doors on Friday, Sept. 4 in the late afternoon. We want to be sure every student registering is assigned to a class.

Kindergarten parents, please note the Soft Start schedule in the earlier post.


Kindergarten Soft Start for 2015

This fall, Dearborn Schools will introduce incoming Kindergarten students to school through a ‘soft start’. Kindergarten students, as well as all students at Long, will begin on September 8 with a half day of school, dismissing at 11:45. On Wednesday, September 9, Kindergarten students will again attend school for a half day dismissing at 11:45. On Thursday and Friday, Kindergarten students will stay for lunch and part of the afternoon. Dismissal for Kindergarten will be at 1:30 on Thursday and Friday. Monday, September 14, all Kindergarten students will begin attending school for full day sessions, dismissing with the rest of the school at 3:35.



Long Elementary School

3100 Westwood, Dearborn, MI  48124

Main Office: (313) 827-6100

Fax: (313) 827-6105

            Email Long School Principal Veronica Jakubus     


Mission Statement 

Believing that all students can learn, we, the staff at Long School, are dedicated to providing an educational setting in which students can develop to their fullest intellectual, social, physical and emotional potential.

Our Vision

Samuel Long Elementary School envisions a safe and caring environment where students and staff demonstrate the Dearborn Core Values of Honesty, Integrity, Courtesy, Responsibility, Respect and Citizenship.  Through collaboration among school, home and community, our students will become independent thinkers and life-long learners.