Field Club Elementary is fortunate to be associated with a number of community and business organizations. These groups work together with the school to provide our students (and staff) with exciting activities and programs they might not have the opportunity to experience.
OMAHA THEATER FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
Field Club is partnered with the Rose Performing Arts in the "Every Single Child!" program. This program offers a wide variety of exciting arts programming including theater and dance workshops as well as live productions presented either at Field Club or at The Rose. Every grade level is involved. Each grade level is given two performance options. Field Club's participation in this program is sponsored by the Omaha Schools Foundation.
UNION PACIFIC 'LEAD' PARTNERSHIP
A group of Union Pacific personnel regularly volunteer their time and services at Field Club Elementary. School activities for past school years have included:
Partnership for our Kids( previously Winner's Circle)
Partnership 4 Kids
Partnership 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 Field Club students automatically participate in 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:
[ http://www.p4k.org ]www.p4k.org
(or call 402-930-3000)
P4K Students Are Winners!!
Our students have been working hard on their goals in reading, math and life skills. In 12 participating schools, P4K proudly supports over 4,400 students in our elementary program. So how does Field Club measure up? Check out how your school score stacks up in the chart below, (charts contain average combined 1st and 2nd quarter scores):
P4K 12 school average Field Club Elementary
The good news is that Field Club is doing really well! The GREAT news is that there are 2 more quarters for Field Club increase those scores and shine even brighter.
Parents, did you know that you can obtain a copy of your child/children’s quarterly goals? Simply request a copy from your child’s teacher. This is a great way to support students’ goals outside of the classroom and help us reach our year-end goal of 90% in each goal category!