Prairie Wind Elementary K - 5

Home of the Stallions

10908 Ellison Ave., Omaha, NE 68164

Phone: (531) 299-1980

Fax: (531) 299-1999

Health Office Fax: (531) 299-1998

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Mr. Carl Bilotta, Principal
Email: Carl.Bilotta@ops.org

Phone: (531) 299-1980

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Prairie Wind School Information


Prairie Wind School Improvement Plan

 

ACHIEVEMENT AREA

2017-2018 Growth Goal

Mathematics

Positive Growth from Fall Map

Reading

Positive Growth from Fall Map

Wellness

Student Participation 

Attendance 

100% at Parent Teacher Conferences

Professional Development Focus Areas:

1.  Reading:  Comprehension with focus on Close Reading

2.  Math:   Number Sense with use of Math Manipulatives 

3.  Science: Inquiry and Academic Vocabulary 

Mission:

Prairie Wind provides a safe, enriching environment for all students in order to build a strong foundation for life-long learning.    


Belief Statements

Prairie Wind Elementary is a safe and secure learning environment

Punctual, daily attendance is vital to academic success.

Ongoing assessment drive differentiation of instruction and curriculum decisions to promote high student achievement.

Technology plays an essential role in all aspects of education.

Staff and students appreciate and celebrate each other’s diverse contributions to the school environment.

All members of the Prairie Wind community are valued.

Positive relationships within the Prairie Wind community benefit academic and social development.

Parental support and involvement is necessary to motivate students’ for optimum success in education.  

At Prairie Wind Elementary, we believe it is important for students to use safe practices, to communicate respectfully, and to use technology responsibly in their everyday lives. 

To accomplish these goals, we are using curriculum from Common Sense Media across all grade levels to ensure that we are developing and empowering responsible digital citizens.  

Find out more about Common Sense Media by clicking the icon above.

Starting March 3oth, members of our community can call 402-815-TALK to talk directly to a Methodist counselor. The support line will be answered daily between the hours of 7 am – 7 pm by the Methodist Community Counseling Program team.  Counselors will listen, answer questions, address concerns, schedule counseling appointments for additional care or provide referrals to community resources.

Click Here to download a copy of the student handbook