Sep 12, 2022 | News
According to a recently released AP Scholar Report, a record number of Elkhorn Public Schools students were recognized as 2021-2022 AP Scholars with various distinctions, with 454 students included in the report. For the 2021-2022 school year, EPS proudly recognizes the following:
- – 214 students earning the designation of AP Scholar for earning a score of 3 on three or more AP exams
- – 101 students earning the designation of AP Scholar with Honors for earning an average of 3.25on all AP exams taken and having a score of at least 3 on four AP exams
- – 139 students earning the destination of AP Scholar with Distinction for scoring an average of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken and having a score of at least 3 on five AP exams
Over the course of the previous five academic years, EPS has nearly doubled the number of students earning AP Scholar designations as seen in the chart below.
EPS proudly congratulates all students who have achieved this academic success, and thanks them for their dedication and commitment to developing the knowledge and skills necessary to be lifelong learners.
Sep 2, 2022 | News
Parent/Teacher Conferences for all EPS buildings will be held on Tuesday, September 27 and Wednesday, September 28. Time frames by grade level are listed below. For building-specific information, please refer to your building principal’s most recent newsletter.
Grades K-5: 3:00 -7:00 PM
Grades 6-8: 4:30 – 8:30 PM
Grades 9-12: 5:00 – 9:00 PM
Additionally, there will be no school for EPS students on Thursday, September 29 and Friday, September 30, 2022.
Jul 29, 2022 | News
We hope your summer has been enjoyable, and we are looking forward to welcoming your child(ren) to school on August 16, 2022! As such, the following information will be beneficial as we look to the start of the 2022-2023 school year. Please review the information in-depth to ensure all requested tasks are completed.
EPS utilizes an online registration system for parents of returning K-12 students to update information and complete all Back-to-School registration information. To use this feature, parents/guardians need access to a PowerSchool parent account. If you do not have a parent PowerSchool account, instructions for creating one can be found at: https://bit.ly/EPSps1. On Monday, August 1, you will receive an email from PowerSchool alerting you to the opening of the Online Registration process. If you are unable to access your PowerSchool parent account or do not receive the email on August 1, please contact your child’s school for assistance.
Please note that we are in the process of cleaning up our contact database which includes consolidating duplicate parent and emergency contact entries. Please make sure that only your student(s) is connected to your PowerSchool account. If you notice anything irregular about your PowerSchool account, please contact your school. As part of this process, we will also require all parent/guardian contacts to include a middle name or middle initial moving forward.
*Students, including all Preschool and Kindergarten students, who completed the New Student Registration process will not receive an email regarding the opening of Online Registration as they do not need to redo the online registration process.*
All EPS middle and high schools utilize rSchool for athletics registration. To complete this process, please visit https://elkhornps-ar.rschooltoday.com/. If you have any questions or need assistance with Athletics registration, please contact your assigned high school’s Athletics Department.
*Online athletics registration must be completed by the first day of practice in order to be able to participate.*
EPS uses SchoolPay for online payment of activity fees, device coverage, lunch funds, and other payments. Instructions for creating an account and using SchoolPay can be found here: https://bit.ly/EPSpay.
*Note: Payment for Device Coverage must be received no later than September 1 or coverage will not be provided.
Meal Information and Free/Reduced Applications
EPS also partners with SchoolPay for student lunch accounts. To add funds, go to www.schoolpay.com and log into your user account. If you do not yet have a SchoolPay account, instructions to create one can be found by clicking here.
Breakfast and lunch prices for the 2022-2023 school year are as follows:
– Elementary: $1.65
– Middle School: $1.85
– High School: $2.05
– Adult: $2.40
– Elementary: $2.80
– Middle School: $3.50
– High School: $3.65
– Adult: $4.00
Additionally, free and reduced lunch applications must be submitted in order to receive free/reduced meal prices and the additional benefits that can be provided to families who qualify. Instructions for completing online or hard copy applications can be found at http://www.elkhornweb.org/parents/lunch/. A hard copy of the application can be found attached to this email. Families who qualify for free/reduced meals may also request the waiver of student fees by completing the waiver application found at this link or hard-copy waiver forms are also available in your school’s office.
Parent-paid Accident Insurance
EPS offers optional parent-paid accident insurance if a family chooses to elect such coverage. Information on this coverage can be found attached to this email.
Thank you for your continued partnership and support, enjoy the remainder of your summer!
Accident Insurance Information
Accident Insurance Information (Spanish)
Free/Reduced Lunch Application
Free/Reduced Lunch Application (Spanish)
Jul 26, 2022 | News
At the July 18, 2022 EPS Board of Education meeting, the linked presentation was shared with EPS Board Members.
July 2022 EPS Security Update
Questions regarding this information can be directed to Executive Director of Student Services, Anne Doerr.
Jul 13, 2022 | News
Registration for all students new to the Elkhorn Public Schools (EPS) district will be held Tuesday, August 2, and Wednesday, August 3, 2022, at all EPS buildings. New students are required to set up an appointment by contacting his/her assigned building.
To confirm your school assignment and review the list of required documentation, please visit the New Students page.
|Arbor View Elementary
|Blue Sage Elementary
|Fire Ridge Elementary
|Spring Ridge Elementary
|West Bay Elementary
|West Dodge Station Elementary
|Elkhorn Grandview Middle School
|Elkhorn North Ridge Middle School
|Elkhorn Middle School
|Elkhorn Ridge Middle School
|Elkhorn Valley View Middle School
|Elkhorn High School
|Elkhorn North High School
|Elkhorn South High School
Jun 8, 2022 | News
In collaboration with the Omaha Police Department, EPS utilizes Safe2Help to ensure students and families have an anonymous way to report safety concerns. Students, parents, staff, or community members can report safety concerns through Safe2Help via any of the following channels:
Download the “Safe2Help” app from your app store
Found on individual building homepages
Please know that we believe that Elkhorn Public Schools are safe places for students, and we work diligently to that end. However, parents, students and community members are an important aspect of our safety and security plan. We need your help to keep our schools safe. If you see something that concerns you, report it immediately.
Please contact your building principal with questions regarding the Safe2Help reporting system. We appreciate your continued partnership in helping keep Elkhorn Public Schools safe for all.