Spring Lake Magnet

Welcome

SPRING LAKE MAGNET

4215 South 20th Street

Omaha, NE 68107-2098

Phone: (531) 299-2100

Fax: Office:  (531) 299-2118

Nurse: (531) 299-2119

Our mission is to teach each child, every day,
the values and skills essential to a successful life.
The VISION to see, the COURAGE to try, and the WILL to succeed.


School Tours available on request. Contact Renee Franks at  (531) 299 - 2100 to schedule a time.

Spring Lake Information

At Home Learning Newsletters

Starting April 27, 2020 links to the At Home Learning Newsletters will be emailed or texted to families.   

Previous Newsletters:

April 20 -24

•  Early Childhood          •  First Grade          •  Second Grade          •  Third Grade          • ACP         
 
 

April 13 - 17

•  Early Childhood          •   Kindergarten           •  First Grade          •  Second Grade          •  Third Grade
 
•  Fourth Grade          •  ACP (English)          •  ACP (Spanish)         Counselors and Social Worker   

Games:

•  Beat the Teacher (2nd-4th grades) Place Value           •  "Junk Mail" Game Cards

April 6 -10

•  Early Childhood          •   Kindergarten          •  First Grade          •  Second Grade          •  Third Grade

•  Fourth Grade          •  ACP (English)          •  ACP (Spanish)          •  Counselors and Social Worker 

 

Spring Lake Magnet Program

The mission of the Omaha Public Schools is to provide education opportunities which enable all students to achieve their highest potential.

Magnet schools offer students unique curriculum in a learning environment that embraces diversity and cultural understanding.


Spring Lake Magnet Pathway

Spring Lake Marrs Middle South High

Click here for more information

School Improvement Plan

Click Here to Download the 2019-2020 School Improvement Plan

Versión en español viene

"Where each child's GOOD is discovered, cherished and protected."

-Innocent Classroom-

Proud members of the Innocent Classroom here at Spring Lake:

Sue Aguilera-Robles, Renee Franks, Sarah Nommenson, Stephanie Brunt-Howard, Sabrina Young, Amy Lemken, Lacie Hansen, Nina Sitting Eagle, Jennifer Lampe, Denise Penning, Traci DeLand, Megan Douglas, Ashley Petersen, Jordan Hopper, Anahi Salazar, Mickey Fitzler, Karen Orians, Juana Hernandez Torres, Tara Babel, Judi Tapp, Laura Senske, Robin Kessler, Mark Dowling, Joseph Jacoby, Nancy Moore, Jales Hupke, Mikaela Wolf, Dylan Hupke, Helen Agan, Alma Gutierrez, Staci Luna, Amy Long, Emily Weston, Jessica Hald, Juan Veloso, Ann McKenna, Kelly Jashinske, Claudia Moreno, Sylvia Silva, Sarah Kiihne, Felicia Cervantes, Dallas Yuhas, Sarah Tarascio, Monica Simet, Colleen Swanson, CeCe Bartek, Katie Wray, Linda Davis, Helen Thomas, Karin Culotta, Makayla Smith, Melissa Morales, Kris Schiermeyer, Cynthia Magaña, Deanna Cruz, Helen Thomas, Rachelle Koch, Laura Cruz, Jaclyn Gibbons, Allison Fox, Nebraska Magos, Ana Quintana, Karen Overland, Dawn Prue, Roxana Silva, Ryan McAleer, Melissa Martinez, Wendy Moheng, Jorge Martinez, Norma Diaz, Norma Garcia, Maura Sanchez Orand, Erin Ellis, Kael Busing, Lindsey Meldrum, Mary Anne Hathaway, Mirella Lopez de Barrientos, Carla Galvez, Laura Armas, Lori Steinkraus, Maurilla Martinez, Kathy Everhart, Martha Kowalewski





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Parent Information

March 16 - ?  Spring Lake Elementary Closed

Spring Lake Magnet YouTube Channel:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUHXQj2TWGbwiG8wd9cDV1g


Meals For the Community:

We are expanding meal opportunities for students throughout our community. Beginning next week, packages of five breakfasts and five lunches will be available for students at 25 different locations. Each site will distribute meals once a week, but different locations will be open Monday-Thursday. 

Monday sites, open at 11 a.m.: 

  • Benson High 
  • Beveridge Middle 
  • Bryan Middle 
  • Gateway Elementary  
  • Gifford Park Elementary  
  • King Science and Technology 
  • Nathan Hale Middle  
  • Norris Middle  
  • Marrs Middle 
  • Skinner Magnet 
  • South High 

Tuesday sites, open at 10 a.m.: 

  • Bancroft Elementary 
  • Fontenelle Elementary 
  • Mount View Elementary 
  • Sherman Elementary 
  • Sunny Slope Elementary 

Wednesday sites, open at 10 a.m.: 

  • Adams Elementary 
  • Belvedere Elementary 
  • Florence Elementary 
  • Indian Hill Elementary 
  • Jackson Elementary 

Thursday sites, open at 10 a.m.: 

  • Boyd Elementary 
  • Gomez Heritage Elementary 
  • Minne Lusa Elementary 
  • Walnut Hill Elementary

                  

With a focus on health and safety, families will drive through to pick up food. One breakfast and one lunch package of meals will be available per student/child in the vehicle. If you are unable to bring children in the vehicle, please bring a student ID, report card or other verification for each student.

Online Food Resources:  Food Bank for the Heartland hosts drive-through food distributions across the community.  Several pantry partners also provide food for the community members.

 

Distance learning activities will continue until Friday, May 15. 

Summer Learning and Reading 

It is as important as ever that our young people remain engaged and continue to read this summer. Elementary students will receive books, a reading response journal, sight word flashcards for grades K-3 and a Scholastic reading and math workbook in the days to come. Your student’s elementary school will share specifics on that distribution.  

Early childhood through 12th grade digital learning resources will remain available, here: https://libguides.ops.org/athome.  

I am excited to share that our Summer Reading Challenge is back! We quickly exceeded our goal last year, so we’ve raised the bar. We challenge students to read a total of 2,000,000 minutes in the months to come. Reading is one of the best things your student can do to learn. Encourage your student to read at least 30 minutes each day. Make sure to log your time spent reading, here: https://district.ops.org/ABOUTOPS/SummerReading.aspx#103181327-how-many-minutes-have-you-read-today


Online Homework Resources:

Learning packets are on the OPS academic resources webpage, which is linked here.

Digital resources to engage students from early childhood through high school can be found at OPS At Home Learning: OPS Resources webpage: Those digital resources are available by clicking here.