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The Omaha Public Schools strongly believes that daily attendance is critical to academic achievement as well as social and emotional well-being. We expect every student to attend school and classes on time and every day.

OPS Research shows that there is a direct correlation between student attendance and academic achievement. When comparing proficiency rates of two groups of tested third through eighth grade students, an additional 13% of students were proficient in English Language Arts and an additional 16% were proficient in Math when they were present for 97% or more (missing nine days or less throughout the school year).

In accordance to the Nebraska State Statute 79-209, click here, the Omaha Public Schools District has in place an attendance policy that supports the encouragement of daily attendance while providing supports and resources to students and families.

Attendance supports within schools include School Support Liaisons (SSLs) and Attendance Designees (Elementary Assistant Principals)as well as School Counselors, School Social Workers and additional members of Attendance Teams. If you need assistance with attendance issues, please contact your child's building administrator, School Support Liaison, School Counselor or School Social Worker.

Parents/Guardians are encouraged to call their child's school (School Secretary and/or Attendance Secretary) as soon as they are aware their child will be absent.

See OPS Attendance Policy 5008: Click here

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Click below to view the Field Club Elementary Student Handbook and OPS Code of Conduct.



Click HERE for instructions on viewing the Handbook and Code of Conduct on your student's iPad

Click the link below to learn more about Field Club Elementary's Title I School-wide Plan

Field Club Elementary TITLE I SCHOOL-WIDE PLAN



Parent and Family Engagement Policy (English)/(Spanish)

Parent/School Compact (English)/(Spanish)
At the beginning of the school year, any District that accepts Title I, Part A funding must notify parents that they can request information regarding their child’s teacher and his/her qualifications, including certification and endorsements. Parents can also request information about paraprofessionals working with their children.

Right to Know Clause (English)/(Spanish)

NEU Field Club Newsletters



Pleas note, the OPS school board recently approved new calendar dates that provide our teachers with more planning and professional development days. All of the dates are non-student days.

Please see those dates below.

09/24: Teacher Planning Day
11/01: Teacher Planning Day
02/04: Curriculum Day
04/01: Professional Development Day
04/15: Teacher Planning Day
04/18: Articulation Day

In addition, the following upcoming dates are also non-student days.

10/01: Curriculum Day
10/08: Team Planning Day





Thursday, March 31, 9:15-10:00
Coffee with the Principal 9:15-10:00

Friday, April 1
NO SCHOOL - NO HAY CLASES (Teacher Work Day)

Friday, April 15
NO SCHOOL - NO HAY CLASES (Teacher Planning Day)

Monday, April 18
NO SCHOOL - NO HAY CLASES (Articulation Day for Teachers)