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Longfellow Elementary School

School code number: 691
Grade level: K-5
Hours: 8:40 a.m. - 2:40 p.m.

755 Morse Street, San Francisco, CA, 94112
Neighborhood: Outer Mission
Phone: 415-469-4730
Fax: 415-469-4068
Principal: Alicia Aleman

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Longfellow Elementary School, located in the outer Mission district, builds on a tradition of 139 years. We believe in educating the whole child, empowering families, and engaging students in the joy of learning. The motto at Longfellow is, Together We Can Make a Difference. Teachers, parents, and the school community work together to provide the academic and social skills to assure the success of all students.

Staff and parents are committed to creating a learning environment that values lifelong learning, cultural awareness, and social responsibility. The educational and visual and performing arts programs recognize and foster the uniqueness of each child. The sense of family and belonging encourages respect among all members of the community and engenders love for and pride in Longfellow. We believe that together we are capable of making a difference for children, their families, and our community. Longfellow's teachers, staff, parents and students equally share the responsibility of creating a safe, nurturing environment that promotes academically successful, emotionally intelligent, globally aware, life-long learners who think critically and express themselves artistically. Our goal is to nurture confident, open-minded, independent thinkers. We prepare students for global responsibility and educate them for human greatness.

This school feeds into:

James Denman Middle School

School Tours

Mondays 9:15am. Call school for times/dates.


White shirts, navy blue pants or skirts, navy blue cardigan sweater.

Before-school programs

Breakfast at 8:20 AM

Afterschool programs

ExCEL from 2:40 to 6:00 PM

Special Education Programs

Mild/moderate separate classes (Grades 1-5)

Language Programs

  • Spanish Biliteracy Pathway

Student Support Programs

  • Social worker

Arts Enrichment

  • Dance
  • Theater
  • Visual arts
Dance and visual arts

School Day Academic Enrichment

  • English literacy interventionist
  • Mission Science Workshop program
  • Playworks
  • Spanish literacy interventionist
  • Technology teacher