We Are Jackson! Believe! Achieve! Succeed!

Jackson Elementary School LogoJackson Elementary is located at 620 South 31st Street in Omaha. Our school is made up of a diverse population of 235 learners from prekindergarten through sixth grade. We are small but mighty! We are also uniquely positioned to serve as the only fully Dual Language School in all of Nebraska beginning in 2018. The Dual Language Program provides students with daily instruction in both English and Spanish. Our excellent and committed staff strives to meet the needs of all learners by providing rigorous and differentiated instruction. With the support of Special Education Services, English as a Second Language, and Paraprofessionals, we empower our students to put forth their best effort so they can meet their academic, social, and personal goals.The majority of our students, 90%, qualify for free or reduced lunch.

Despite the academic challenges often linked with known economic barriers, our students learn all subjects in two languages, which is no small task at any age or income level. In short, they rock! Go, Jaguars, go!

Jackson PTO seeks to provide financial support to the students and staff at Jackson Elementary throughout the school year and in the foreseeable future. Your support is invaluable to us and thoroughly appreciated by all of the Jackson Elementary community.

We sincerely thank you for any contribution you can make. All donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law and go directly to Jackson Elementary. No administrative fees are deducted from any donation. Together we know we can succeed and meet our vision to leap like champions!

We are Jackson! Believe! Achieve! Succeed!

Online Donations can be made using the button link below. If you prefer to send a check, please make it out to the Omaha Public Schools Foundation and mail it to:

Omaha Public Schools Foundation
3861 Farnam St.
Omaha, NE 68131

You will receive a receipt for your contribution from the Foundation.

Employment

Kids Club is Hiring

If you love working with elementary school children, are young at heart, have a sense of humor, and are 16 years or older…

Our program may have a position for you! We need Childcare Directors, Assistant Directors and Aides for our before and after school child care program. Part time split shift. Ideal for Elementary Education majors or any student.

Need experience working with children…Call Omaha Public Schools Foundation at 402.502.3032.  

Omaha Public Schools Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Woolf Pack Fund

Did you know that ONE IN FIVE CHILDREN in Nebraska and western Iowa under the age of 18 IS AT RISK FOR HUNGER?
(Food Bank of the Heartland)

The Woolf Pack Fund, named for its founder, has made its mission to provide supplemental food to the youth in need in our community. Our vision is to help eliminate hunger and close the meal gap.

The Woolf Pack Fund provides support to students at three Omaha Public Schools: Western Hills Elementary, Benson West Elementary and Walnut Hill Elementary. Based off of 2021 data, 78% (261 students), 85% (381 students) and 93% (372 students) of children enrolled, respectively, qualify for free and reduced lunch. The need for supplemental food has greatly increased due to COVID.

“Like many North Omaha families, Benson West families were intensely hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many families were forced out of work and unable to provide for their children,” said Megan Seeley, the school social worker. “With the help from the backpack program, this will alleviate some stressors and help to bridge the gap between meals for our students and families.”

The program runs from September through May and is geared to target young children with limited parental supervision at home. Bags will be packed weekly by volunteers and taken to the schools for the teachers to place into the student’s backpacks on Friday. The bags will contain 2 shelf stable milks, a fruit cup, a juice box, 2 cereals and 2 entrees.

The Woolf Pack Fund received grants from The Omaha Community Foundation, HDR and The City of Omaha totaling just under $15,000! At the end of the 2021-2022 school year, the Woolf Pack Fund will have packed and delivered 2,135 food bags.

HOW CAN YOU HELP?

We are currently seeking donations to help fund the 2022-2023 school year. The cost of food and bags to provide supplemental food to 1 student for the entire school year is $235.00.

Thank you!!
Maegan Woolf, PE
Civil Engineer

Lewis & Clark PTO Bucks for Blazers Campaign

Bucks for Blazers

HELLO Lewis & Clark Middle School Families,

Every fall Lewis & Clark Blazer Club PTO holds our Annual Direct Giving Campaign BUCKS FOR BLAZERS.

This fall the PTO’s primary focus is continuing to support our AMAZING teachers and staff as they put their hearts and, many times, their personal dollars into educating our children. We would like to do what we can to give back to each of them as they continue to struggle with educational and emotional complications from the pandemic.

ALL money raised during this campaign will DIRECTLY SUPPORT Lewis & Clark Middle School teachers, staff and students.

Our PRIMARY goal is to gift every staff member up to $50 (the more we donate the more we can provide!) to use for classroom supplies/equipment, innovative teaching materials, etc. to support classroom learning.

Additional Goals: Fund annual PTO sponsored events such as staff conference dinners, student attendance incentives, teacher appreciation week, etc., and fund Student Scholarships for Lewis & Clark Middle School Alumni.

EVERY donation amount is appreciated – $10, $20, $25 – it all adds up!     

Your donation is 100% Tax Deductible. 

Thank you from the Current PTO Board:

President–Ruth Farrington
VP and Treasurer–Jill Moeller
Secretary–Katy Dickerson

Lewis & Clark Bucks for Blazers donations are administered by Omaha Public Schools Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 organization. All donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law and go directly to the intended fund, program, project or scholarship. OPSF does not take any administrative fees.

You may send cash or check payable to:

Lewis & Clark PTO Blazer Club
c/o Lewis & Clark Middle School
6901 Burt St., Omaha, NE  68132

Rose Hill Elementary School PTO Giving Campaign

Rose Hill Giving Campaign

Our Rose Hill Elementary School PTO exists to support our school, teachers and students. Our fundraising looks different this year in the wake of a pandemic, but our desire to support our school remains the same. Please consider giving a monetary donation to our cause.

The funds collected will be used to provide supplies for classrooms to promote learning as well as support our teachers and students in fun ways- celebratory opportunities, teacher appreciation, parent/teacher conference meal for teachers, fun classroom activities for students in place of general after school events hosted by PTO.

Please consider supporting our school in this way!

Burke High School Stadium Renovation and Facilities Update

BURKE ALUMNI

As alumni, we look back at our Burke experiences that helped shape who’ve we become today – our friends, our teachers, our activities. Together, we all have great school pride. Together, we can help future generations have memorable experiences and the same Burke pride.

Cheering from the stands, marching or running on the field, jumping in the sandpits and racing around the track, whether you’re a 1st, 2nd or 3rd generation member of the Burke family, the stadium holds a lot of memories of our time spent there as athletes, musicians, performers and spectators.

THE KINGS – A BURKE FAMILY OF CHAMPIONS

Richard and Karen King lead their family with a Burke legacy spanning over 40 years, two generations and 12 family members. Their children: Debi (1979 grad and current English teacher), Rick (1981) and Rob (1988) continue the family tradition. Together, they have invested numerous volunteer hours by serving as the journalism sponsor, yearbook sponsor, Senior Senate sponsor, running the football scoreboard, providing ACT prep, serving as PTO President and co-chairs Burke Bash for the past 3 years. King Insurance, founded by Richard with Rick as the current President, has also been a Burke Bash corporate sponsor over the years.

Join the Kings and the Burke Family of Champions to help create memories for future Burke Bulldogs!

THE CHALLENGE

Now it’s time to give the stadium our support, as alumni, so it can continue to create memories for many more generations to come.

Thanks to the generosity of Burke alumni and sisters, Amy Scott, Karen Dixon (Scott) and Sandy Parker (Scott), a Burke alumni challenge has been created to support the Stadium Renovation Project.

BY OCTOBER 31, 2019,
WE NEED TO:

1. Raise $600,000

2. Recruit 100 new Alumni donors

$300,000 WILL BE MATCHED by the Scott sisters for the Stadium Renovation Project

To learn more about the Project and Donate go to: