Proud to Teach for Tomorrow

20650 Glenn St Elkhorn, NE 68022
Phone: 402-289-2579

Our Mission

The Elkhorn Public Schools unites students, families, educators, and the community to ensure a challenging and enriching academic environment that inspires students to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to become responsible citizens and lifelong learners.

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EPS Tech Savvy Parent Tip: April 2014

Is your information up-to-date? EPS uses a parent messaging system called SchoolMessenger to send emails and phone calls to parents. To ensure you are receiving important messages from your school, be sure to let the office know of any changes to your email addresses or phone numbers. Click “read more” to see this month’s popular and educational apps.

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Spring Physicals

Spring (sports) physicals for students in grades 8-12 will be held on May 3 at Skyline Medical Center from 7-11AM. Appointments may be scheduled any time after April 1. Click “Read More” to learn how to schedule an appointment and download the physical form.

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Middle School Boundaries 2014-15

New middle school boundaries for students residing north of Dodge Street will be effective August 2014, with the opening of Grandview Middle School. Students residing in the Sagewood, West Dodge Station or Manchester elementary attendance areas will attend Grandview Middle School. Students in the Hillrise and Westridge elementary attendance areas will be assigned to Elkhorn Middle School.

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EPS Tech Savvy Parent Tip: March 2014

Parents who have students in grades 4-12 have access to check grades, see missing assignments and contact teachers through the District’s student information system—Powerschool. Click “read more” to find out how to access your account and to see this month’s popular and educational apps.

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West Bay Students are Wild About Reading

On Thursday, February 27 West Bay Elementary hosted a night of family fun. “Wild About Reading” included live animals as part of a presentation from “Wildlife Encounters,” animal mask decorating, story time featuring Creighton volleyball players, an animal print nail polish station, picture opportunities and animal-themed prizes. Click “Read More” to see photos.

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EPS Tech Savvy Parent Tip: February 2014

Most cell phones now come equipped with mobile location services. While this feature can help you locate the nearest coffee shop or track the distance of your evening run, they can also broadcast your location to strangers around the world. Click “Read More” to learn how to manage your location settings and to see this month’s popular and educational apps.

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