Kindergarten Registration for 2018-2019

It is that time of year! If you have a child who will be 5 before July 31st, then they are eligible for the 2018-2019 school year! All students entering kindergarten for the first time will need to provide a valid birth certificate, complete record of immunization, have a kindergarten physical, dental and vision exam. Kindergarten registration booklets will go out in the mail in February. Questions? Call the Prescott Office-402-436-1161

Kindergarten registration for the 2018-2019 school year is scheduled for:

Wednesday, March 7th, from 8:00 AM-6:00 PM
Thursday, March 8th from 8:00 AM-4:30 PM

Register your child at the school that he or she will attend next year.  Families who wish to enroll their child in a school outside of their attendance area must complete a Special Attendance Permit that is available at all schools.

On Thursday, May 3rd, next year’s kindergarten students will be invited to visit a kindergarten classroom from 6:30-7:30 pm.  This orientation is an opportunity for your child to see what a classroom looks like, and to observe some of the fun things that take place every day in school.   Please understand that the classroom your child is assigned to visit does not indicate who your child’s teacher will be in the fall.

Prescott Walkathon – May 11

Families are welcome to come and participate in the Walkathon with their child. Please see the schedule below to know when your child will be walking and working in the Outdoor Classroom. Students will also eat lunch outside. Lunch will be at the grade level’s regularly scheduled time. Look for an e-mail from you Classroom Ambassador to sign-up to volunteer at the Walkathon!

Grade Level Time Walking and In

Outdoor Classroom

Kindergarten 9:30 – 10:10 11:00 – 11:30
First Grade 10:10 – 10:50 11:30-11:55
Second Grade 1:30 – 2:10 12:00 – 12:25
Third Grade 11:30 – 12:10 12:30 – 12:50
Fourth Grade 10:50 – 11:30 12:50 – 1:10
Fifth Grade 2:10 – 2:50 1:15 – 1:35

LPS Scratch Day – May 12

Scratch is a visual programming language and online community targeted primarily at children. Using Scratch, users create their own interactive stories, games and animations, then share and discuss their creations with one another.

Do you love to play and create with Scratch? Sign up to attend the first LPS Scratch Day Event! Come to participate in fun Scratch activities with your friends. Students grades 3-8 can choose from four workshops or an exploration room with hand-on activities. Workshop #1 runs from 10:00 am-11:00 am and workshop #2 runs from 11:00 am-12:00 pm.

This event is free — but there are limited seats. Sign up today! Students must be accompanied by a Parent/Guardian. Parents do not need a ticket — just the student(s) that are participating. Parents, please plan to stay with your child for both workshops.

Sign Up Link.

Lost and Found

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.

Club News!

Panthers to the Lied

Our club attended an amazing show on April 3, 2018 – Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. They learned about the troupe in their club, then hopped on a bus and enjoyed the show! This opportunity was possible with the support of Grace Lutheran Church and their generous donation.

Thank you Grace Lutheran!

Club Newsletters

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.


Family Literacy News

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).

Parent Notification

Parents may request and the District will provide information regarding the professional qualifications of their student’s teacher and paraprofessionals.

After School Clubs Information

Second semester clubs began on January 29 and ends on May 18. There are no clubs on non-school days or on PLC days. There will be no clubs the week of Parent-Teacher Conferences, February 19-23 as well as the week of March 12-16.

All After School Clubs begin at 3:38 pm and end at 4:45 pm. Snack is provided at the beginning of each club. All school doors will remain locked until 4:45 pm, at which time Door 1 will unlock automatically for parents to enter the building and sign out their child from the school’s auditorium.

To review club dates and information – here is the link to the club registration form

Clubs are open to all Prescott students in Kindergarten through 5th grade and they are free of charge to anyone who participates. Prescott school partners with Family Service, 21st Century Lincoln Community Learning Centers, school teachers and other community partners to support club opportunities.

School Supplies

What school supplies do I need?

All students should have a backpack along with a lunch box, if needed, marked with their name.

According to Nebraska state law and LPS Policy, students are never required to bring any supplies to school. All supplies necessary for your child’s education will be supplied by LPS.

Some families have asked if they can help by donating supplies. Sometimes having extra supplies on hand is helpful especially when new students arrive, when markers go dry or items get misplaced. Teachers may have a special optional project planned that may require other resources, like notebooks, extra colored pencils or fabric.

IF YOU CHOOSE, you can certainly donate to a grade level ‘supply closet’ that will benefit everyone on the team. Later in the year there may be a time when a grade level sends out another grade level ‘supply closet request’ for a special classroom project.

If you are interested, you can also donate to area school supply drives. Please verify the organization collecting the supplies to ensure the donations are give to the students and schools that need the supplies the most.

Thank you so much for your willingness to help us launch our grade level supply closets. Thank you for being such an incredible group of parents!

School Supplies Wish List

  • Clorox Wipes
  • Kleenex Tissues
  • Sandwich, Quart, and Gallon Plastic Bags
  • Blue Painter’s Tape
  • Stickers
  • Glue Sticks
  • Sticky Notes
  • #2 Ticonderoga Pencils
  • Pink Papermate Erasers
  • Papermate Flare Pens
  • Crayons
  • Dry Erase Fine Tip Expo Markers
  • College Ruled Notebooks
  • Two-Pocket Folders
  • Packages of sheet protectors
  • Hand Sanitizer – Hand Sanitizer products’ by Purell® and Germ-X® are the only products that are approved to be donated to Schools. Donated ‘Hand Sanitizer products’ should be unscented and must contain at least 60% alcohol.