Good Evening, due to current conditions, Nebraska City Public Schools will have a 2 hour delayed start. Buses will run accordingly. No AM preschool and there will not be breakfast.
Good afternoon everyone, before the Super Bowl starts I wanted to pass along a schedule reminder for the upcoming week. Wednesday, February 10th is a 1:30 dismissal and Friday, February 12th there is no school for students as Staff have an inservice day. Also, the forecasted temperatures this week are extremely cold. Please dress students in extra layers as a precaution.
Good Morning, due to current weather conditions, Nebraska City Public Schools will have a 2 hour delayed start. Buses will run accordingly. No AM preschool.
Due to winter weather, Nebraska City Public Schools will be closed on Tuesday, January 26th. Wednesday's early dismissal is changed to a regular dismissal. Stay Safe, Stay Warm. Go Pioneers.
Good Afternoon, due to impending inclement weather, Nebraska City Public schools will be closed Monday, January 25th. There will be no activities. Stay Safe, Stay Warm, go Pioneers.
Due to inclement weather conditions, Nebraska City Public Schools and Lourdes Central Catholic will be closed on Friday, January 15th. Stay safe, stay warm, Go Pioneers
This is a reminder that next Wednesday, January 13th all NCPS students will be dismissed early. Northside 1:10 Hayward 1:15 Middle School 1:25 High School 1:30 Bus Transportation will run accordingly.
Nebraska City Public Schools will return to our "Yellow" protocol starting January 5th, 2021. Please check the district website for the most recent release of protocols as they have changed slightly. Most importantly we are excited to welcome back all students every day.
High School Mechanical Situation Update: The mechanical systems have been checked and we have been given the all clear to be in the building. Activities will continue as scheduled for the day. Thank you for your cooperation.
Good Evening Pioneers, Nebraska City Public Schools will continue in operating in the Orange Tier for the remainder of the first semester. Students will continue to attend school in their alternating A-K / L-Z groups through December 18th.
Just another day at the middle school for Mr Case. He is sharing his bucket of bunnies with anyone who wants to hold one.
Thank you for your leadership and service Ms. Higgins.
Breakfast and lunch will be sent home with students when they attend school for the following day (the day of remote learning). There are no changes to transportation services. Routes will run on their normal schedule.
A-K and L-Z groups are based on the last name of the youngest student in the home. Students in the same family group attend school on the same day. We hope this make it easier for parents to plan for this adjustment.
As part of our transition to the Orange Tier, students will not be in session on Tuesday, October 20th. Wednesday, 10-21, will be the first day of the alternating A-K / L-Z schedule Blue is A-K Pink is L-Z Yellow is no school
Good Morning Pioneer Families, Southeast Nebraska Health Department notified us that our risk dial is now in the "orange" or moderate risk category. This signals an increase in positive cases in our area. Because of this, Nebraska City Public Schools will transition from yellow to Orange starting next week, October 19th. Please use the link below to access important communications and planning documents for this transition. The most significant change with this move to orange is that students will attend school every other day on a rotating basis. The calendar for this is in the Covid-19 Resources on our website. Additional details will be communicated by building principals directly to you. https://www.nebcityps.org/o/nebraska-city-public-schools/browse/114856
NCPS has been impacted by Covid related situations. Numerous students and staff have tested positive or have been required to quarantine or self isolate. Any time a student or staff has had meaningful contact with someone during school or school activities you will be contacted by school personnel as soon as we become aware. Building Principals have communicated any disruptions to the schedule and who is impacted by those changes. If you have not been notified, then we will continue to operate in the YELLOW tier for the upcoming week of October 12th -- October 16th. Any changes to a building’s schedule will come directly from the building principal. Please continue to stay informed with district and building communication as this situation may change quickly. We continue to be vigilant in our protocols to keep students in school. We appreciate your vigilance in self monitoring and keeping your children home if they have any symptoms.
Nebraska City Public Schools will continue to operate in the YELLOW zone for the upcoming week of school, October 4th through October 8th.
On Tuesday, September 29 we received notification of a positive COVID-19 test with an individual at Northside Elementary School. Through the course of our contact tracing protocols with our local health department, it was determined "that close contacts" (people who had direct contact with the positive case) were limited to certain individuals in the building and we must continue to contact trace with the health department’s assistance. As we continue to contact trace, one classroom at Northside will not be in session Wednesday September 30 as contact tracing continues. Those students and staff directly involved have been contacted. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding during this situation. Mark Fritch Superintendent Nebraska City Public Schools
Nebraska City Public Schools will continue to operate in the YELLOW zone for the upcoming week of September 28th through September 30th. Reminder parent teacher conferences are Wednesday and Thursday this week. No school for student on Thursday.