Students and parents with a last name that starts with A through M come in PJ's. Teachers (and a few guest readers) read several stories - related to the theme of the night (super hero's, stuffed animals, and dreams). Students are then directed on how to use a "4 Square" ( a writing graphic) to create a story related to the theme. Sept. 23, 2014 from 6:30-7:30.
In accordance with the new Nebraska State Statute, #173 NAC 7, Millard Public Schools are required to provide a health screening to students enrolled in our district.†
The screening is conducted to help identify health concerns at an early stage. Health screenings are not intended to be diagnostic, but to identify students with potential problems. Please see the attached Health and Human Services document identifying which screenings are given at each grade level.
Health Screenings of students in grades first, second, third and fourth grades will take place at Abbott, the date TBA.
The MPS Technology Division and the three high schools' Environmental Clubs are sponsoring an electronic recycling program. Desktops, laptops, monitors, fax machines, scanners, copy machines, printers, vcr's, stereos and others* will be accepted for a $5 fee per item. Keyboards, mice and cables will be recycled at no charge. All proceeds will help support the Envionmental Clubs.† To participate, go to the MPS Ron Witt Support Services building at 13737 Industrial Road.
For more info, click here.
Contact:††† Questions? Call 402-715-6281 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
*No CRT (tube) televisions or CRT (tube) monitors will be accepted. But, keyboards, mice, and cables are free!