For the 2019-2020 school year, Elkhorn Public Schools (EPS) will again utilize an online registration system that will allow parents of K-12 students to log in and update information and complete all Back-to-School documents. As a reminder, to use this feature, parents/guardians will need to have a parent access account in PowerSchool.
If you do not already have a parent access account set up, please follow this link for directions on how to create an account: https://bit.ly/2KqcSLh. However, you will not be able to complete the online registration process until July. An email will be sent out when online registration becomes available.
If you have an account created for your 4th-12th grade student(s) but need to add younger students, please follow this link for directions on adding additional children: https://bit.ly/2wDNJuT.
If you have any questions or concerns or need assistance setting up your account, please contact your building secretary.
The last student day of the 2018-2019 school year for Elkhorn Public Schools will be Friday, May 24; students at all levels will be dismissed at 11:30 a.m. that day.
The 2019-2020 school year calendar is available for review by clicking here.
Elkhorn Public Schools (EPS) is one of only three Nebraska school districts, and only 373 districts nationally, named to the College Board’s 9th Annual AP District Honor Roll. For the seventh consecutive year, EPS has increased the number of students participating in AP courses, while also maintaining the percentage of students earning AP Exam scores of 3 or higher.
During the 2017-18 school year, AP offerings in EPS high schools included courses in the subject areas of History, Biology, English, Chemistry, Calculus, Spanish, Statistics, Psychology and Government. In all, student enrollment in AP courses was over 1,800, with over 1,400 AP exams taken district-wide.
“Being named to the AP Honor Roll for the seventh consecutive year is reflective of the culture our staff has created to constantly raise the academic bar for all students. We’re incredibly proud of our students and staff for their commitment to continually strive for this level of academic achievement, “said EPS superintendent Dr. Bary Habrock.
For more information about the 9th Annual AP District Honor Roll, please visit: https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/score-reports-data/awards/honor-roll
As Elkhorn Public Schools continues to experience significant growth throughout the District, and our student population progressively diversifies, the need for extra student support increases. As a result of this growth, EPS recently made the decision to transition our current, district-run Partners in Education Mentoring Program into a chapter with the TeamMates Mentoring Program.
This school-based mentoring program, founded by Dr. Tom and Nancy Osborne, is an additional tool utilized by EPS to provide more structured support and encouragement for students, given the wide variety of backgrounds and interests that can be found in EPS students, while bringing more mentors into our program and allowing us to retain the majority of our current mentoring relationships already in place.
TeamMates mentors are asked to meet with their student mentee once per week during regular school hours, within the school building. If you’re interested in making a difference in the life of an EPS student, please visit https://teammates.org/become-a-mentor/apply/ and choose “Elkhorn, NE” as your desired chapter.
If you have questions regarding the TeamMates of Elkhorn mentoring chapter, contact Kara Perchal at firstname.lastname@example.org or (402) 289-2579.
Save the date for the upcoming production of Newsies (The Musical) presented by Elkhorn High School students! Show dates and times are below, and ticket information can be found by viewing the flyer. All performances will be held at Elkhorn High School.
Nov. 1 7:00 PM
Nov. 2 7:00 PM
Nov. 3 2:00 PM & 7:00 PM
Nov. 4 2:00 PM
All parents are encouraged to attend upcoming parent-teacher conferences, scheduled for Tuesday, October 16 and Wednesday, October 17. Parent-teacher conferences provide a unique opportunity for parents and teachers to share information and build mutual support vital to each child’s progress in school. Conferences also help teachers better understand all the circumstances that may impact a child’s learning.
Conferences for elementary students will be scheduled from 3:00 – 7:00 pm. Please check with your building to confirm scheduling options.
Middle school conferences will be held from 4:30 – 8:30 p.m., with high school conferences scheduled from 5:00 – 9:00 p.m.
All schools will dismiss one hour early on October 16 and 17 for conferences.