READ! READ! READ! . be on the lookout in the building for teachers promoting reading! You may see them reading a book in a far away place or somewhere in space!
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.
Please click on the PowerPoint link to see how you can help your 3rd-5th grader with the state test.
Kumbayah is a play put on by Minnesota Humanities Center and several Masters students are perform in it.
Please click on the flyer to see more details.
4th & 5th grade students from Masters will see it on April 20th.
Community Performance is April 21st from 7-9:30 pm
Dear Masters Families, May 3, 2018
A big THANK YOU to all who participated in the spring Fundraiser!
Our profit was $3960.45 to go toward walking track. Pancake Man was so much fun
and PTO profited $225.50 this will go toward school parties and activities.
Thanks for the book donations, the book walk was a success! Fundraiser pick up is Thursday, May 3rd from
3-6pm items need to be picked up in the gym. We will expedite orders to you
from the stage. The Spring Arts Concert is May 18th at 5:30 in the gym. PTO
will award 2 scholarships this night along with; 3 Hall of Fame winners and
volunteer of the year. Please plan on
positions are open for the 2018-2019 school year as this is the last year for
the entire current PTO board. Parents and guardians, please consider taking on
this fun and rewarding challenge!
would like to thank Hy-Vee at 108th Fort for supporting our school
this entire year. They have provided us with teacher appreciation meals and
cookies for our classroom parties. Thank you!!
NO SCHOOL, Teacher
Work Day Friday,
Field Day/Barbecue Thursday,
Concert and PTO Scholarships 5:30
Grade Recognition 2:30pm Thursday, May 24th
Last Day for
MASTERS FIELD DAY AND
On May 10th, we will hold
Field Day and our Barbecue. Students in grades K-2 will participate in Field
Day events from 9:30-11:15. Students in grades 3-5 will have their events from
1:30-3:15. During the students’ regular lunch time, our kitchen staff and will
provide everyone with a Barbecue lunch. Non-OPS students and adult lunches cost
$3.55. The Barbecue will take place rain or shine. Field Day will be canceled
if the weather is bad. Tickets will
be given to students in their classroom the day of the picnic if you have
prepaid. If you are joining your child
for lunch; remember lunch is $3.55 for adults and children who do not go to
Masters. Please see Ms. Gayle for
prepayment. It is strongly encouraged to
purchase pre-paid tickets. You can do so by returning the form on the back and
sending the money to your child’s teacher.
Any questions see Ms. Gayle.
We still have (2017 –2018) yearbooks
available for $13.00, they are going quickly.
Last year’s yearbooks are still available (2016-2017) for $7.00. See Mrs. Barnett if you would like to
order! Orders in May 23rd.
Please take a moment to stop by the lost
and found box located outside the front office to check for any clothing items
your student may have accidentally left at school this year. Thank YOU!
The school year is winding down
quickly. We continue to focus our
instruction on state standards. Students
must continue to stay on track with their schoolwork and display model behavior
in order to take part in the activities planned for their classroom or grade
level. Encourage your child to put forth
his/her best efforts and to follow all school rules. Have a wonderful weekend!
Please feel to e-mail your comments,
suggestions , or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. I welcome your input.
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
If you are interested in volunteering at Masters,
please click on the link below.
STUDENT OF THE MONTH
Kdg – Mrs. Steiner
Gabriel Chandler follows expectations and is a leader.
Kdg - Mrs. Hansen
Wyatt Vail listens,
follows direction, and is a respectful responsible learner
Lea Key is a
respectful, responsible learner
1st – Ms.
is kind, follows directions and always listens.
Anthony Morris is
kind and nice per his peers.
1st – Ms.
Colton Walker is
always kind and responsible.
Aaliyah McIntosh is kind, follows expectations and school rules.
2nd - Mrs. Welch
Moo Baw is a
great worker, and loves to read.
McKenna Lee is
a good worker and is always ready to learn.
2nd – Mrs.
Petunia Kloh is a hard worker, a great citizen and is
well liked by her peers.
takes pride in his work and strives to do his best.
3rd – Mrs.
Pedro Garcia-Diaz is respectful, helpful, nice, honest and a hardworking student.
Taylor Strong is
respectful, helpful, kind and a great listener.
3rd – Ms.
Kadence Bonnette is respectful, responsible, kind and caring to others.
Ellia Longoria is respectful, responsible and a great friend to all her peers.
4th – Mrs. Marks
Rylan Walker is
ready to learn, completes his work, and he is kind and a great role model.
enjoys learning new things, uses his time wisely.
4th – Ms. Gary
for Mrs. Tate
Eh Nay Than is
respectful, responsible, honest and a friend to all.
is hard working, asks for help, and is always willing to help others.
5th – Mrs.
Lilian Bolter is
respectful, responsible, always positive.
She gives 100%
James Hurst works
extremely hard, meticulous about his work and helpful with his peers.
5th – Mr.
is greatly improving his mindset and effort towards Math.
Makaela Sicilliani works incredibly hard and always has a positive attitude.
Hope Messer has
consistently followed classroom rules, expectations and is a good friend and
Wyatt Lynes has
worked hard to catch up on all his missing work.