3905 North 52nd Street
Omaha, NE 68104-2999
Phone: (402) 457-5905
Fax: (402) 457-6525
5/11 - 5/15 - Distance Learning for Students
OPS At Home Resource Page
OPS Student and Family Technology Support
Talking with Children about COVID-19
Helping Children Cope with Stress
Communication Skills for Academic Response Planning
Great Kindness Challenge
Methodist Emotional Support Line
Emotional Support Line Flyer
Housing Assistance Resource for Families
Enable Omaha Device Program
P4K Book Buddy Read Along
Feelings Check In Heart
Family Tip Sheet - Staying Safe Online
Pre-K, ACP, K - 2nd Grade
3rd - 5th Grades
Career Goals Projects Grades 3 - 5
Career Interest Inventory Grades 3-5
How to Open a Locker Video
Message from Puppy and Snail
Puppy and Snail Do Schoolwork
Puppy is Grumpy....But Snail Can Help!
Puppy and Snail are Thankful!
Puppy is Bored...Snail Has a New Game
Puppy and Snail are Hopeful!
"Fontenelle....Can't Hide That Falcon Pride"
Summer Reading Program
Imagine Your Story
No matter how old you are, reading benefits everyone. Reading over the summer has been shown to increase your reading skills, and that gives you a leg up when you go back to the classroom this fall. Besides that, reading is just plain fun!
Who: All OPS families of K-6 students
What: OPS Libraries Summer Reading Program
When: July 1 - August 10
Where: You can find a link on the district web page https://district.ops.org/ or go to https://libguides.ops.org/summer
Why: Read Alouds, fun links, challenges, and more to help you Imagine Your Story
Summer Reading Challenge
To keep students engaged through the summer, learning resources will continue to be available online at the OPS At Home Resource Page.
Partnership 4 Kids
4 Kids is honored to have been part of your family this year. We truly
wish we could have finished off the year as intended, but with that
being said, we are already looking towards
next year which means we need your feedback. Please complete this
survey (estimated to take 4 or less minutes to complete) so that we can
modify or enhance our programs to best serve you and your students. You
my take more than one survey if you have more
than one student.
1st Grade Family: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HHH6THB
2nd Grade Family: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HPNMNYM
3rd Grade Family: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/H6JTFBF
4th- 6th Grade Family: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/H5DX3DG
Meal Support for our Families
We are expanding meal opportunities for students throughout
our community. Beginning next week, packages of five breakfasts and five
lunches will be available for students at 25 different locations. Each
site will distribute meals once a week, but different
locations will be open Monday-Thursday.
Monday sites, open at 11 a.m.:
Tuesday sites, open at 10 a.m.:
Wednesday sites, open at 10 a.m.:
Thursday sites, open at 10 a.m.:
With a focus on health and safety, families will drive through to
pick up food. One package of meals will be available per student/child
in the vehicle. If you are unable to bring children in the vehicle,
please bring a student ID, report card or other verification
for each student.
Staff Email Addresses: Click on the link to email your child's teacher or staff member.
Principal: Heather Rogers
Assistant Principal: Cheryl Prine
Instructional Facilitator: Danielle Bachmann
Pre-Kindergarten: Dena Klug, Michelle Niemiec
KIndergarten: Summer DeCosse, Mikayla Hatfield, Iris Moo, Lindsay Stepanek
First Grade: Erin Peterson, Aretha Foye, Kailey Burling, Callie Messick, Amber Stark
Second Grade: Katie Hitchler, Antonya Manzo, Teresa Pensick, Cheelou Xiong
Third Grade: Kelsey Drake, Ashley McCoy, Amy Rego, Ally Sadil
Fourth Grade: Kristin Madden, Andrea McCall, Megan Schueppert, Aryn Sherf
Fifth Grade: Rochelle Ramharter, Jessica Wasko-Walton, Samantha Walton
Resource: Jordan Hobza, Lacey Sears
ACP: Anne Kleinschmit, Victoria Mahoney
Speech: Kristine Kula
Counselors: Jean Bates, Traci Melanson
Specialist: Elizabeth Bashaw, Devin Gardner, Kelly Hiatt, Amy Pignatore, Amanda Serfass,
Social Worker: Erica Bush
Strings: Alexandria Kasun
Elementary is very lucky to have the breakfast Grab - n - Go program. There is no charge for breakfast, complimentary for all students. Breakfast begins at 8:35 a.m. School starts promptly at 8:50 a.m. No students should be at school before 8:30 a.m.
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