Elkhorn Elementary #11

EPS will open its 11th elementary school in the fall of 2018. The school will be located near 216th and F Streets in the southwest part of the District. Choose “More” to see the full story.

Superintendent to Visit Parent and Community Groups

This fall, Superintendent Steve Baker will visit parent organizations and community groups to address the District’s rapid growth and discuss plans for the future. Choose “Read More” to view the schedule.

Arbor View Dedication

On September 18, the District held a dedication ceremony for Arbor View Elementary as well as open houses at Elkhorn Middle School, Elkhorn High School and Elkhorn South High School. Click “Read More” to see photos.

Governor Ricketts Visits West Bay

Governor Pete Ricketts visited West Bay third, fourth and fifth graders on February 25 as a guest reader. Governor Ricketts read “The Dragons are Singing Tonight” by Jack Prelutsky. He stressed the importance of a good education and encouraged students to keep reading. Ricketts also told students Nebraska would celebrate its 150th anniversary next year or sesquicentennial.

EPS Rated Excellent

Elkhorn was one of only five districts in the state to receive the highest rating possible from Nebraska’s new AQuESTT rating system—Excellent.

EPS Tech Savvy Parent Tip: November 2015

This year EPS is rolling out Google Apps for Education, one component of this is Google Drive. Google Drive provides online file storage so teachers can share documents and homework assignments with students. It extends the classroom learning environment by providing free word processing, spreadsheet and presentation tools that can be accessed at school and home. Choose “Read More” to learn about Google Drive.

EPS Tech Savvy Parent Tip: October 2015

PowerSchool is portable! The PowerSchool for Parents app is available for download. Parents can easily view each child’s progress in a single feed to check grades, review assignments and more. Choose “Read More” to learn how to download the Powerschool app. Also featured this month “What’s a hash tag?” and the NASA App.