Conestoga Elementary

Upcoming Events

November

16th - Rolls for Role Models Grades 4th, 5th, and 6th 9:30-10:30

 

22 - NO STUDENTS Teacher In service/Teacher Work day 

 

23 & 24 - NO STUDENTS Thanksgiving Break


December

5th - Winter Concert 10:00 & 2:00

December 25th - January 8th WINTER BREAK - NO SCHOOL

2115 Burdette Street
Omaha, NE 68110

Phone: (402) 344-7147
Fax: (402) 344-7195 

School Day Begins at 8:35 Breakfast

8:50 Tardy Bell

4:05 Dismissal

 

U.S. Bank Deposit Day EVERY Wednesday!!!

"We are Conestoga. We respect. We learn. We grow. We succeed."

  

 

 

 

Conestoga Magnet School Improvement Goals

Achievement Area

 2014-2015 Achievement
2015-2016 Growth Goal
 Mathematics  44.2%  51.75% (+ 7.55%)
 Reading  54.3%  62% (+ 7.7%)
 Writing  69.6%  No Longer Assessed
 Behavior  15.7% suspension rate
 11.45% suspension rate (-10%)

 

Professional Development Focus Areas

1. Reading- Vocabulary (Marzano's six steps), Questioning, Think Alouds

2. Math- Using CPA method (concrete, pictorial, abstract) and manipulatives

3. Writing- Writer's Workshop Model

Click here to access the complete Conestoga Magnet School Improvement Plan School Improvement Plan Elementary final 1- rev-6-26-3.docx

 


Partnerhip 4 Kids is a local non-profit agency dedicated to helping Omaha Public Schools students succeed!  Our mission at Partnership 4 Kids is to partner with our community and guide our youth toward academic success from kindergarten to careers through goal setting, mentoring, career exploration and college access programs.

Our Student Programs:  Partnership 4 Kids has an elementary school program that takes place during the school day and an after-school program for middle and high school students.

All Conestoga students are automatically part of P4K's elementary program, which focuses on setting and achieving individual student goals.  Students team up with community volunteers called goal buddies in an effort to achieve quarterly goals in reading, math, and life skills.  Students who reach their quarterly goals are recognized at school wide celebrations.

Starting in 7th grade, students may apply to be in the P4K after-school program.  Students in the P4K after-school program meet twice a month with caring adult mentors and P4K staff members.  As a group, the students and mentors discuss issues facing teens such as peer pressure, drug and alcohol awareness, and how to be a positive leader.  Other classroom activities and field trips focus on career exploration, community service projects, college preparation, time-management and study skills.  Transportation for meetings and events is available.

P4K student participants can even earn college scholarships!  Those students who meet all program requirements and continue to participate in Partnership 4 Kids through high school graduation may be eligible to receive tuition assistance for college or trade school through the agency's scholarship fund.

To learn more about Partnership 4 Kids, visit:

www.p4k.org

(or call 402-930-3000)