"Morrill is 1st & Only NE Cognia Systems Accredited PK-12" - View the Cognia Summary Report at this link: https://5il.co/19f5t
7 months ago, MPS
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Miss Sorcha's class had a special visit last week from students going through dental hygienist school. Our students were given an Oreo to eat. Afterwards, they were to look in the mirror and see how dirty their teeth were. Then, the students ate a carrot and looked in the mirror to see how clean their teeth were. They got to learn all about healthy eating and the effects on your teeth. After eating an Oreo and carrot all the kids brushed their teeth. The dental hygienist students were so kind to come and teach our kids about healthy dental habits. They also gifted each student with a dental goody bag!
7 months ago, Brooklyn Young
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Miss Kelsey's class celebrated Earth Day last week by going on a walk and picking up any trash they spotted. They also made yummy dirt cups! The dirt cups are made out of chocolate pudding and gummy worms.
7 months ago, Brooklyn Young
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Butter Braids will be in on Monday, April 25th! They will be ready to go home at pick up on Monday. If your child rides the bus, we will send your order home on the bus, unless we hear otherwise.
7 months ago, Brooklyn Young
Butter Braid Pick Up
Reminder-TONIGHT the Morrill Board of Education is hosting a community meeting, Monday, April 11th, 2022, at the Elementary Gym, 505 Center Avenue, beginning at 6:00 pm. This will be a 90-minute meeting. This community discussion is part of a larger Community Engagement process and will give the Board of Education and district administration the opportunity to listen to community stakeholders. The results will help formulate a vision of the future, and identify goals and strategies necessary to move the district forward to meet the challenges of the 21st century. We will be discussing the strengths, accomplishments, and challenges of our school district, the vision, and expectations for our schools and the goals and objectives necessary to design our future. Specific community members have been invited by the district for two reasons: to ensure that a broad cross-section of interests, backgrounds and perspectives are included and to ensure that board members are able to hear from all participants in a purposeful and efficient manner. We are inviting staff members, parents, students, community leaders and other interested members of the public to work together with us – so that we may effectively plan for the future of our district and students. Any patron wishing to attend the session is encouraged to do so. Representatives of the Nebraska Association of School Boards will facilitate the community engagement process.
8 months ago, MPS
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Kindergarten Round Up is just a few weeks away. If your child is headed to Kindergarten next year, you are invited to attend
8 months ago, Brooklyn Young
Kinder Round Up
The Early Childhood Building is hiring! If you are interested in applying, please call us at 308-247-3412.
8 months ago, Brooklyn Young
Toddler Room
Summer camp will begin May 23rd. If you are wanting your child to attend, please contact Brooklyn to register. 308-247-3412
8 months ago, Brooklyn Young
Summer Camp
Mark your calendars for these upcoming dates in April.
8 months ago, Brooklyn Young
April
The Butter Braid fundraiser is here! All order forms will be going home today. Please make sure to check cubbies and backpacks for the forms. If you have any questions, please let us know.
8 months ago, Brooklyn Young
Butter Braids
Registration for the 22-23 school year is now open.
8 months ago, Brooklyn Young
22-23 registration
The Village of Morrill is hosting their annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 9th at the park.
8 months ago, Brooklyn Young
Easter Egg Hunt
MORRILL PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION To host Community Focus Group Meeting – The Morrill Public Schools Board of Education has rescheduled a community meeting for Monday, April 11th, 2022. The public session will take place at the Elementary Gym, 505 Center Avenue, beginning at 6:00 pm. This will be a 90-minute meeting. This community discussion is part of a larger Community Engagement process and will give the Board of Education and district administration the opportunity to listen to community stakeholders. The results will help formulate a vision of the future, and identify goals and strategies necessary to move the district forward to meet the challenges of the 21st century. We will be discussing the strengths, accomplishments, and challenges of our school district, the vision, and expectations for our schools and the goals and objectives necessary to design our future. Specific community members have been invited by the district for two reasons: to ensure that a broad cross-section of interests, backgrounds and perspectives are included and to ensure that board members are able to hear from all participants in a purposeful and efficient manner. We are inviting staff members, parents, students, community leaders and other interested members of the public to work together with us – so that we may effectively plan for the future of our district and students. Any patron wishing to attend the session or to submit written comments that will be considered as part of the process is encouraged to do so. Representatives of the Nebraska Association of School Boards will facilitate the community engagement process. For more information, please visit our school website at (www.mpslions.org) and look for Community Engagement.
8 months ago, MPS
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MORRILL PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION To host Community Focus Group Meeting – The Morrill Public Schools Board of Education has rescheduled a community meeting for Monday, April 11th, 2022. The public session will take place at the High School Gym, 411 East Hamilton beginning at 6:00 pm. This will be a 90-minute meeting. This community discussion is part of a larger Community Engagement process and will give the Board of Education and district administration the opportunity to listen to community stakeholders. The results will help formulate a vision of the future, and identify goals and strategies necessary to move the district forward to meet the challenges of the 21st century. We will be discussing the strengths, accomplishments, and challenges of our school district, the vision, and expectations for our schools and the goals and objectives necessary to design our future. Specific community members have been invited by the district for two reasons: to ensure that a broad cross-section of interests, backgrounds and perspectives are included and to ensure that board members are able to hear from all participants in a purposeful and efficient manner. We are inviting staff members, parents, students, community leaders and other interested members of the public to work together with us – so that we may effectively plan for the future of our district and students. Any patron wishing to attend the session or to submit written comments that will be considered as part of the process is encouraged to do so. Representatives of the Nebraska Association of School Boards will facilitate the community engagement process. For more information, please visit our school website at (www.mpslions.org) and look for Community Engagement.
8 months ago, MPS
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The whole building will be closed on March 18th. There will be no care available Infant-PreK.
9 months ago, Brooklyn Young
March 18th
Preschool registration is now open for the 2022-2023 school year!
9 months ago, Brooklyn Young
Registration
Morrill Public Schools Press Release
9 months ago, Brooklyn Young
Press Release
Press Release Morrill Public Schools – Community Focus Group Meeting Art Ferichs, President, Board of Education District Address: 508 Jefferson Ave, Morrill, NE 69358 Barry Schaeffer, Incoming Superintendent District phone: 308-247-3414 March 1, 2022 For Immediate Release MORRILL PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION To host Community Focus Group Meeting Morrill, Nebraska March 1, 2022 – The Morrill Public Schools Board of Education has scheduled a community meeting for Wednesday, March 9, 2022. The public session will take place at the High School Gym, 411 East Hamilton beginning at 6:00 pm. This will be a 90-minute meeting. This community discussion is part of a larger Community Engagement process and will give the Board of Education and district administration the opportunity to listen to community stakeholders. The results will help formulate a vision of the future, and identify goals and strategies necessary to move the district forward to meet the challenges of the 21st century. We will be discussing the strengths, accomplishments, and challenges of our school district, the vision, and expectations for our schools and the goals and objectives necessary to design our future. Specific community members have been invited by the district for two reasons: to ensure that a broad cross-section of interests, backgrounds and perspectives are included and to ensure that board members are able to hear from all participants in a purposeful and efficient manner. We are inviting staff members, parents, students, community leaders and other interested members of the public to work together with us – so that we may effectively plan for the future of our district and students. Any patron wishing to attend the session or to submit written comments that will be considered as part of the process is encouraged to do so. Representatives of the Nebraska Association of School Boards will facilitate the community engagement process. For more information, please visit our school website at (www.mpslions.org) and look for Community Engagement.
9 months ago, MPS
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February was a busy month! Miss Celena's class made Valentine's Day boxes with family and Miss Sorcha's class got to make some hot chocolate.
9 months ago, Brooklyn Young
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Next week is Read Across America Week! Here is the Dress-Up Day schedule for the week:
9 months ago, MPS
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