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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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Superintendent to Speak on Bond Issue

EPS Superintendent Steve Baker will speak at six public meetings to parents and community members about the upcoming bond election. The presentation will include a report on District growth, an overview of proposed projects, information on how the bond issue and time for questions. Parents and community members are invited to attend. The $63,098,000 bond issue will be on the November 4 ballot. Click “Read More” to see a list of meetings.

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Elkhorn Tops State and National ACT Average

ACT results from the class of 2014 show Elkhorn students above state and national averages. The District average reached 24.2, the highest in Elkhorn history. More than 93 percent of 2014 graduating seniors took the test.

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EGMS Dedication Ceremony

An official dedication ceremony will be held for Elkhorn Grandview Middle School on Sunday, September 21 at 2 p.m. Students, parents and community members are invited to attend.

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2014-15 Curriculum Updates

This year EPS will have new math curriculum for K-12 students. Other curriculum updates include new high school courses: Advanced Placement Psychology, Advanced Placement Government and expanded career internship course options. To learn more about Elkhorn’s math curriculum adoption choose “Read More.”

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2014-2015 Elementary School Supply List

 

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Storm Soccer Receives Sportsmanship Award

Congratulations to the Storm Boys Soccer team, they received the 2014 NSAA Class B Boys Soccer Sportsmanship Award. Choose “Read More” to see a photo.

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