We have a Lost and Found table located at the bottom of the stairs by the cafeteria. When an item is lost, we put it on the table for the students to see when they are at breakfast or lunch. Please take a moment and check out our lost and found area by the cafeteria. Any items left at Prescott on December 22, 2018 will be donated.
The annual LPS District Oral Spelling Bee will be held Saturday, February 10, 2018, at Culler Middle School, 5201 Vine Street, beginning at 8:30 am (doors open at 7:45 am). The District Spelling Bee is for students in grades five through eight and is sponsored by The Lincoln Journal Star and Ventures in Partnership.
Registration forms will be available in November and will be due by Wednesday, January 24, 2018, for student names to be included in the Spelling Bee program. Registrations are accepted the morning of the Spelling Bee.
Prescott staff love their green Prescott t-shirts. Nebraska Loves PS
The specialist schedule was incorrect on the November menu. The menu with corrected specialist dates is included below.
NO clubs the week of November 20th.
First Semester Newsletter: Clubs Newsletter 2017
The Prescott Halloween Music Meets the Classics Club performed for and with the Sumner Place residents after school on Thursday, October 27, 2017. Parents, residents, and staff all joined in the fun.
Prescott Family Literacy visits music classroom to learn about the K-5 Music curriculum at LPS (11/09/17).
Every Friday, two Prescott Family Literacy parents will read a book in class. Today was the first book reading. Naw Sunday is the mom of: Sun Moo Star, Ku Moo and Bew Ku (11/03/17).
Hser Nay Paw is the mom of: Glory Doh (EC) and William Doh.
Prescott Family Literacy childcare children received new winter coats today via a coat drive arranged by Monica Asher and Jenna Gracey of Federal Programs (11/02/17)
Makaela Johnson, Prescott’s Special Education Coordinator – Thank so much for speaking with the Prescott Family Literacy parents this morning (10/24/17).
Everyone is Welcome to join us for the Family & Community Café
Building Community through Conversation
Community Cafés are a way to share your voice, connect with others and create plans for effective action. Strengthening families and neighborhoods is at the core of each café. Café conversations are hosted by parents.
2017-2018 Café Dates: 5:45-7:30 pm
February 15, 2018
March 29, 2018
April 19, 2018
A light Dinner will be served 5:45-6:15 pm in the cafeteria. Café Conversation will be held 6:15-7:30 pm in the library. There will be free supervised activities for kids!
RSVPs are required! To RSVP call or text the school community coordinator at 402-580-0195 or email: email@example.com *Please communicate interpretation needs*
In case of inclement Winter Weather: The Café will be canceled and rescheduled for a later date if the following occurs: Schools are canceled for the day or Univ. of Nebraska /or/ Southeast Community College cancels evening classes.
Link to Near South Neighborhood Association
Parents may request and the District will provide information regarding the professional qualifications of their student’s teacher and paraprofessionals.
After school clubs start Tuesday, September 5 and end Friday, December 22. There are NO clubs on non-school days or on PLC days. There will be no clubs the week of parent-teacher conferences, October 2-6, as well as no clubs the week November 20-24.
All after school clubs begin at 3:38 pm and end at 4:45 pm. A snack is provided at the beginning of each club. At 4;45 pm, parents will be allowed to enter the building and sign out their student from the Auditorium.
Note: All clubs take place after school with the exception of Talent Show rehearsals. These happen before school at 8:00 am, starting on September 20. Book Club (grades 4-5) and Halloween Music Meets the Classics (grades 3-5) take place bi-weekly!