In alignment with the previous 33 years, Elkhorn Public Schools (EPS) celebrated its 34th consecutive year of enrollment growth with the start of the 2020-2021 school year, welcoming over 10,000 K-12 students in 19 school buildings.  As part of that growth, EPS proudly opened the doors to two new schools this fall, welcoming over 250 K-5 students at Woodbrook Elementary and over 650 9th-11th grade students at Elkhorn North High School in their inaugural year.

Woodbrook Elementary, led by Principal Pam Wahl, is located in the northwest quadrant of the EPS district, near 186th and Ida.  The school, which is the home of the Bobcats, is the twelfth elementary school for the District.  According to Principal Wahl, “Woodbrook’s staff consists of fabulous, veteran teachers from across the district, dedicated to developing a love of learning and empowering students to reach the highest levels of learning.  We are looking forward to developing strong parent/school relationships as we get to know our students, parents and community members.”

Elkhorn North High School, home of the ENHS Wolves, is led by former Elkhorn High School Principal Dan Radicia and is located near 180th and Maple streets.  Principal Radicia and the ENHS staff are excited about the opportunity to add a third high school to EPS ranks and continuing the tradition of excellence for high school students in the district.

Record growth, outstanding achievement, and strong community partnership are only a few of the hallmarks that make our community a great place to live, learn and grow.  As a new school year begins, EPS looks forward to another year of excellence in all facets of our students’ education.