Welcome to Jane Long!

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Meet The Principals!

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Texans Parents!

We are so excited to welcome back over 500+ students this school year! Our theme this school year is ROCK and ROLL into the 23-24 school year. We will be instilling in our Texans to be Respectful, Organized, Cooperative and Knowledgeable! This will be an AWESOME school year full of fun and innovative learning experiences. The staff looks forward to partnering with you to ensure a successful learning experience for all students! Let's ROCK!

Amey Frazier



Upcoming Events

  • 5th Grade Veterans Day Program-Thursday, November 7th
  • Chipotle Spirit Night/Thanksgiving Lunch - Tuesday, November 14th
  • National Parent Involvement Week Day - Thursday, November 16th 
  • Early Dismissal -Friday, November 17th 
  • Kinder Drum Parade @9am - Friday, November 17th
  • Thanksgiving Break -November 20th-24th

Contact Us

Principal: Amey Frazier [email protected]

Asst. Principal: 
Katelyn Spano [email protected]

Counselor: Christina Hampton [email protected]

Nurse: Sherrita Batiste [email protected]

Librarian: LaKursha Vykukal  [email protected]

Bilingual Facilitator: Flor Shaw   [email protected]

Secretary: Yesenia Guzman [email protected]

Free Dress Wednesday!

2023-2024 School Year Information

New School Hours 23-24

2023-2024 LCISD Instructional Calendar

PTO Meetings

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Fair Day 2019

Smart Tag Parent Information 

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  Girls on the Run                                                           Art Club

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Math Tips

Fun and Cheap Ways to Practice Math at Home

1. Roll the Dice- Dice can be used in so many different ways. Roll them to practice and create fractions, simple addition or multiplication problems or even word problems. Turn it into a friendly competition by awarding points to the player who has the largest sum, product, or fraction.

2. Use Cards- The classic card game War is always a good way to practice math when you have a few extra minutes here and there. Each player can flip over a card and either add or multiply the two numbers. Who ever says the correct answer first, gets to keep the cards. The player with the most cards at the end wins!

3. Play Dominoes- Teach your child how to play straight dominoes. This will help with addition skills as well as how to make combinations of 5. Not to mention, it requires some higher-level thinking to be able to plan your next move and strategize.

4. Make a recipe- When you have to follow a recipe-especially when you have to adjust the recipe-there’s a lot of math involved in making sure you get it right. Put those skills to the test by making cookies or even slime by letting your child do the measuring. For more of a challenge, have students double, triple or even quadruple the recipe.

5. Create your own Math Concentration Game- Use paper cut into rectangles or index cards. Write a math problem on one card and the answer on another. So, you might have 4x5 on one card, and then another card would have 20. Turn them face down and take turns making two choices to find a correct match. You could even color code the cards to make it easy to distinguish questions vs. answers.

6. Play Board Games as a Family- Many boards games encourage math development. Yahtzee (basic addition), Connect Four/checkers, chess (strategy), Candy Land (counting), Monopoly (money), and Battleship (coordinate grids) are just a few to mention.

Reading Tips          

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PTO Information

Please click the link below to receive information about our Parent Teacher Organization.


               Jane Long PTO Site

Principal: Amey Frazier
Current Enrollment:

907 Main Str.
Richmond, TX 77469

Map to Campus

Phone: (832)223-1900
Fax: (832)223-1901

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