Hourly Staff Development
Invest in YOU! - February 20, 2017
Highlights from Winter Orientation with new staff! (Click Here)
Building A Community
by Kelli Heller, Ackerman Elementary
Before academic learning can happen, students need to feel empowered, like they can take on the world! Good teaching is empowering students. A great way to empower students is by allowing students to have a voice in the problem solving process. One way to provide this opportunity is through classroom meetings. Classroom meetings are a great tier 1 behavior management strategy that can help build community within a class. Providing a sense of community in the classroom can help curb troublesome behaviors before they can escalate. (read the full story by clicking the link below)
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Engaging Students in Mathematics Through Cooperative Learning
by Stephanie Kastrup, Upchurch Elementary
Educators consistently strive to create an engaging and challenging learning environment for their students. As teachers, we have aligned our mathematical practices with state standards and deepened our understanding of the the Nebraska Mathematical Processes to ensure that our students are college and career ready. The Nebraska Mathematics Processes outline skills that are essential for our students to develop in order to apply math knowledge and processes in real-world contexts. All students need to develop deeper mathematical thinking skills in order to make connections, be flexible problem-solvers, and effectively communicate their ideas. This is where the greatest challenge presents itself to teachers.
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Millard Public Schools - Leadership & Learning - 5606 So 147th St - Omaha, NE 68137 - (402) 715-8418
website: MPS Leadership & Learning
January 2017 Issue
Notice of Non-Discrimination
The Millard School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, marital status, disability, or age, in admission or access to or treatment of employment, or in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Superintendent of Schools, 5606 South 147th Street, Omaha, NE 68137 (402) 715-8200. The Superintendent may delegate this responsibility as needed. Complaints and grievances by school personnel or job applicants regarding discrimination or sexual harassment shall follow the procedures of District Rule 4001.2. Complaints and grievances by students or parents regarding discrimination or sexual harassment shall follow the procedures of District Rule 5010.2.
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MPS School Board Members
Amanda McGill Johnson
Dr. Jim Sutfin, Superintendent
The mission of the Millard Public Schools is to guarantee that each student develops the character traits and masters the knowledge and skills necessary for personal excellence and responsible citizenship by developing a world-class educational system with diverse programs and effective practices designed to engage and challenge all students.