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Student Placement at 531-299-0302
Address verification documents include: OPPD, MUD, Qwest or
Cox Cable statements, a purchase or rental agreement for the residence, a
Medicare/Medicaid card or, if the student is in foster care, a Superintendent's
Documents must show the name and correct address of the parent/guardian.
fill out a School Transfer Request.
These are available in English and Spanish at any OPS school, the
Teacher Administrative Center, or may be downloaded from the OPS Web page at: http://district.ops.org/DEPARTMENTS/SchoolSupportandSupervision/StudentPlacement.aspx#725134-school-transfer-request-information
OPS will implement the new student assignment plan, The
Partner Plan in the Fall of 2017. The
Partner Plan will impact the transportation eligibility for elementary and
middle school students. For more information
about the Partner Plan or transportation eligibility, visit: sap.ops.org
or call the Student Placement Office at 531-299-0302.
At the enrollment Fair, families may enroll in their neighborhood school or may request placement at a transfer school. Placement
at a transfer school is subject to space available at the requested
also verify eligibility for transportation.
Elementary and Middle School students are
eligible for transportation if they live more than 1.5 miles from the school.
High School students are eligible for
transportation to their neighborhood school if their they are attending their
home school of Benson, North, Northwest or South High Magnet schools and live
more than 3.0 miles from the school.
There is no neighborhood transportation to Bryan, Burke, or Central High
Transfer School (All must apply):
The student must live more than 1 mile from the
The student must be socioeconomically
integrative to the transfer school.
There must be a bus stop to the requested school
within the acceptable walk-distance guidelines (Elementary – 2 blocks; Middle –
4 blocks; High – 6 blocks).
There must be space on the bus.
Call the Student Placement Office at 531-299-0302
Welcome to Masters Elementary School!
We hope you enjoy visiting our Website. Our school's number one focus is to see each student reach his or her highest potential. Our overall goal is to improve student achievement. To reach this goal, we follow strategies from our annual School Improvement Plan. At Masters Elementary, the staff, parents, students, and community work together to increase student achievement. By keeping the lines of communication open, students will experience success at Masters.
Masters School provides many services to meet the needs of our students and community. Breakfast is provided before school for all students, and before and after school day care is available through OPS Kids Club. We have a hard working and active PTO that sponsors family activities, and of course, an outstanding staff teaching an excellent curriculum, supporting our goal of improving student achievement.
The Masters School Web site will provide important information about our school and events for the school year. Please visit our Web site throughout the school year. We value your input. Let us know if you have suggestions, questions, or concerns. By working together, we can make a difference in the lives of our students.
Show your Masters pride by wearing school colors, orange and black, or a Masters shirt on Fridays!
Masters School Improvement Plan
Professional Development Focus Areas
Sense (Computation/Problem Solving)
2. Balance Literacy - Comprehension
3. Writing to Learn
Dear Masters Families, May 12, 2016
you to the 108th & Fort Street HY-VEE for donating all the
popsicles on Field day!! We are excited for the 5th
& 6th Grade dance and recognition on Wednesday, May 18th
at 2pm. If you want to help
decorate please come to the gym at 12:15 that day. Thank you to everyone who
has already committed to volunteering, it will be a great time!
Thank you to all the
families and students who worked hard this year to support the PTO and our
fundraisers. We appreciate all your help and look forward to a great year next
Maestros Assembly 3:00 PM Tuesday,
and 6th Grade Recognition and Dance 2:00 PM Wednesday,
Day for Students Friday, May 20th
Session (only available to
pre-registered students) Wednesday, June 1st-June 28th
Kindergarten students will
be the only students to bring book bags on the last day of school. Book bags
will not be allowed on the last day of school, Friday, May 20th. The teachers will have all necessary
materials for the students. Report cards
will be sent home the last day of school.
There are 6 days left of school. The last day for students is Friday, May 20th. We would prefer that students do not prepay
for their lunches. If students do not
have lunch credits, please send lunch money with them daily. Thank you!
PLEASE CONTACT THE
STUDENT PLACEMENT OFFICE WITH QUESTIONS 402-557-2710.
are only 25 yearbooks left! When they
are gone, they are gone! See Ms. Gayle
to purchase a yearbook for only $15.00
are still a few books left, please see Ms. Gayle if you would like to purchase
one for $20.00
FROM THE PRINCIPAL
the school year comes to a close, our minds and hearts are filled to the brim.
It’s been a great year! Together we’ve
learned much and shared experiences that will long remain with us in the years
to come. The strength of our community and wholehearted passion to make our
school a wonderful place of learning for our children primarily but for all of
us makes Masters truly a special place. Special
thanks to all of you who have contributed in ways small, large and
unimaginable! Reading with your child
every night, attending and participating on field trips, helping with school
book fairs, providing food and/or organizing lunches for teachers, organizing
events, working at these events, showing up to support your children, serving
on committees, sharing your talents, helping with traffic, picking up trash,
brainstorming the “what ifs”… supporting our work in countless ways and
providing the resources to do what we dream and know is good for children.
Thanks for getting your kids to school on time each day, for kind notes of
encouragement that mean so much, for sending your kids with healthy lunches
obviously packed with love, for making sure homework gets done… and turned in.
Thank you for providing rich and engaging, well-rounded experiences for your
children and knowing that education is about joy, wonder and fostering
curiosity, along with the development of social skills so needed to succeed.
For these, and a million other things, we are truly grateful! For your calendaring pleasure, the first day
of school begins on Wednesday, August 17th! Safe Walk to School Night is
Monday, August 15th. Until
then, enjoy a restful and replenishing summer with your families!
feel free to e-mail your comments, suggestions, or questions to
email@example.com I welcome your input.
LeDonna York, Principal
Believe It, Achieve
Together We Fly…
Those of you who are joining us this summer for “Summer Learning
(summer school). Will begin
On Wednesday, June 1st – Tuesday, June 28th. School starts and 8:45 a.m. and school ends
at 3:05 p.m. Breakfast will start
8:15 a.m. and lunch will be served from 12:00 – 12:30 p.m.
Please look for your students’ summer letter and eligible
On the last day of school with their report cards.
We will miss you and have a fun
The Omaha Public Schools District has adopted a new Standards-Based report card. The goal of the new report card is to provide parents/guardians with an accurate picture regarding their child's progress on grade level standards. Click on the link below to access additional information about the new report card and standards-based grading system.
Click here for the latest Masters Elementary Bond Updates