Parents may request and the District will provide information regarding the professional qualifications of their student’s teacher and paraprofessionals.
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.
First semester clubs begin on January 22 and end on May 17. There are no clubs on non-school days or on PLC days. There will be no clubs the week of Parent-Teacher Conferences, February 11 – February 15, as well as the week of March 11 – March 15. HERE is a copy of the club form.
All After School Clubs begin at 3:38 pm and end at 4:45 pm. Snack is served to all children at the beginning of each club. Please include dietary needs on the registration slip as well as special accommodations that your child may need. 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.
If you have any questions or comments please call Cristina Keen, CLC Supervisor, at: 402-580-0195 or email: email@example.com.
- Family Service policy requires that all students be picked up and signed out by an authorized adult escort at the end of club time.
- For emergencies, absences, and/or if you need to pick up your child prior to 4:45, please contact the CLC Supervisor (402-580-0195).
- Student misbehavior will not be tolerated and may be cause for dismissal from the club.
- Parent consistently being late for pick up may result in child’s dismissal from club.
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
- Glue Sticks
- Sticky Notes
- #2 Ticonderoga Pencils
- Pink Papermate Erasers
- Papermate Flare Pens
- 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.