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PAST MILLARD GRADS, help support our schools by joining MILLARD NATION!!

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RULE THE APP  

It’s a social media showdown, and our school wants to rule! Help us out on February 26th when we get to rule the MPS Mobile App for a day. If you follow us on the district app to keep up with schedules, grades, library books, lunch menus and more, then you already know the pictures flashing across the top are most always of us. But that’s because the app shows you your own schools. When you see pictures from other schools flash up, that’s coming from the district. Now the district is going to give us a day to rule the app which means EVERYONE in Millard will see all the great things Mustangs are doing! Help us rule the app on February 26th by clicking on the Stream and News buttons to check out our pictures and information and by liking our Facebook posts and retweeting our Tweets! Haven’t downloaded the MPS app yet? Just look for Millard Public Schools in the Google Play and iTunes stores or log on to your computer at https://mpsomaha.parentlink.net./m Contact the school or MPS Communications, mpscommunicates@mpsomaha.org
 
 
 

High School Information for 2016-2017 9th graders


 
IB Parent Night Presentation

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MUSTANG MATH MINUTE
 
There are 52 weeks in a year.  If you work 40 hours a week, how much do you need to make an hour in order to make $60,000 a year?  (Round to the nearest cent.)

 


We Need Your Help 

The Millard Public Schools Foundation relies on people living in the District to help unlock the potential of each child.

State and local funding just doesn’t cover the cost of our exceptional education in Millard.  That’s why we need your help.  Public school districts don’t have the resources to offer all the programs they’d like to.  We work in concert with the school district to bring educational opportunities and expanded services to each child in the Millard Public Schools District. 

We are able to use donated dollars to help fund programs like study centers, technology in the classrooms, scholarships to seniors and much more. 

You know that extraordinary education is not the work of ordinary effort.  Won’t you join scores of your neighbors in supporting the work of the Millard Public Schools Foundation by donating today?  Donate online now!

 


Traffic Procedures
To create the best and safest traffic situation in front of NMS, please click HERE and review our procedures.  
Thank you for helping us keep everyone safe.

2015-2016 Athletic Forms Information
Check HERE for 2015-2016 Athletic Physical Forms
Click HERE to for summer physical dates and times


Congratulations! Your school has earned a Fuel Up to Play 60 Certificate of Achievement!
We are glad your school is active in Fuel Up to Play 60, with students taking the lead to help make your school a healthier place. There are a lot of exciting plans in the works for the 2013-14 school year, including new ways for students and educators to take action through two Campaigns, a new and improved Playbook and a brand new Student Dashboard where students can earn Points, collect Badges and achieve Levels for their accomplishments.

Click HERE to see how NMS is promoting healthy lifestyles with GoNoodle in the classroom.

 


Did you Know?
Did you know that NMS recycles ink cartridges?  We send all of our cartridges to the funding factory for recycling.  For a complete list of items that can be recycled, please go towww.fundingfactory.com and look under FAQ's and scroll down to qualifying list.
 
One of our IB missions is to look at our environmental impact on the environment and recycling helps lesson our carbon footprint.  Please encourage your student to bring qualifying cartridges from work or home to the library. If you have questions, please call Mrs. Curtis 715-1243.  All recycling proceeds go to help fund the library and library programs.   
 
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