May 21st, 2021

Be Responsible, Respectful and Ready Mustangs!


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Good luck MNHS Girls Tennis Team!

Girls Tennis will be playing in state TODAY at Omaha Koch Family Tennis Center! See the NSAA website for further details.

Football meeting

There will be a mandatory football meeting TODAY, right after school in the weight room. Again, this is a mandatory meeting for those who will be playing football in the fall.
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**Seniors make sure you are checking for important announcements in the Google Classroom "Class of 2021"

Senior Parents and Seniors: GRADUATION YARD SIGNS are still available for purchase in the main office. They are $10/sign. Show your support of your 2021 graduate!!

Remote Seniors: On May 24th you will turn in laptop in the Tech office, receive your cap and gown and your graduation tickets.

Seniors, All fines must be paid BEFORE graduation. Please check your StudentVue account. You can drop off old textbooks or library books at the Bookkeeper's window. See the Bookkeeper with questions.

Board Approves the Class of 2021!

Congratulations to our graduating seniors! The Board officially approved the graduates at last night's meeting. Commencement ceremonies will be held at Baxter Arena on Saturday, May 29th and will be live streamed on StrivTV at

Graduation times are as follows:

  • Millard West - 9 AM
  • Millard North - 1 PM
  • Millard South - 5 PM

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The 2021 yearbooks are in!

If you have not picked up your 2021 yearbook, you can pick it up in room 1105 through today. After that, you will have to pick up your yearbook in the office. You must show your Synergy photo ID or other photo ID. You can also still purchase a yearbook for $75. Remote learners can pick up their yearbook on Friday afternoon or next Monday, May 24 in the office.
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Free breakfast and lunch will continue for both in school students and curbside participants through August 10, 2021.

Meal Service Week of May 17 - 21

Free curbside community meals for all children between the ages of 1 - 18 will be available for pick up at the below listed sites from 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm on Tuesday, May 18 & Friday May 21 :

  • Central Middle School- 12801 L Street
  • Millard North High School- 1010 South 144th Street
  • Millard South High School- 14905 Q Street
  • Millard West High School- 5710 South 176th Street

Tuesday 5/18 Pick Up Curbside Community Order Form- order cutoff time will be 5:00 pm on Monday 5/17 Breakfast and lunch will be provided for May 19- 21.

Friday 5/21 Pick Up Curbside Community Order Form- order cutoff time will be 5:00 pm on Thursday 5/20. Breakfast and lunch will be provided for May 22 - 25.

An individual submission must be submitted for each child requesting a meal. The meals are free to any child between the ages of 1 - 18 years, no pre qualifying information is necessary to participate. If you have any questions please call 402-715-1440.

Weekend Meal Kits for In School Students

Weekend meal kits for in school students will be offered on May 21. The weekend meal kits will provide breakfast and lunch for Saturday & Sunday. Students can pick up their meal kits at the end of the school day on Friday May 21 as they exit the school building. The meals are free to any child between the ages of 1 - 18 years, no pre qualifying information is necessary to participate.

Health Screening for Sophmores

Millard Public Schools is required to conduct non-diagnostic health screens to all enrolled 10th grade students. The purpose of the screening is to identify any possible health concerns and provide feedback to the student’s parents/guardians for follow up. The screenings measure the following: height, hearing, vision, weight, and dental health.

High School Screening Dates:

Millard South: September 23, 2021

Millard North: September 24, 2021

Millard West: September 29, 2021

If any student’s screening reveals a concern, the parent/guardians will be notified in writing within 30 days.

For questions or concerns, please contact the District’s Head Nurse, Mrs. Katie Kintzle at (402)715-6322 or via email at

Metro Area Summer 2021

Enrichment Opportunities

*Due to Covid19 many community events and activities have been changed or cancelled.

We encourage parents/guardians to reach out to the specific organizations on this list to confirm availability of services.

Preschool through 12th Grade

Reading Enrichment Opportunities:

Mathematics/Science Enrichment Opportunities:

Art/Visual-Spatial Enrichment Enrichment Opportunities:

Music Enrichment Opportunities:

  • (Ages 3-18) June-August: School of Rock 402.691.8875

  • (6-9th Grades) July 12-16: SNJ Studio of Music Middle School Musical Theater Summer Camp 402.933.1326

Additional Enrichment Opportunities:

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Service Academy Webinar

Hosted by U.S. Congressman Don Bacon (NE-2). Learn about opportunities to attend the United States Military Service Academies which provide a top-notch college education tuition-free.

WHEN: Saturday, June 12th, 2021 @ 9:00 a.m.

WHO: Students & parents interested in applying to the academies

WHERE: Register for the webinar at this link:

Featuring Representatives from:

U.S. Air Force Academy

U.S. Coast Guard Academy

U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

U.S. Military Academy (West Point)

U.S. Naval Academy

For additional information about this free event, please contact Congressman Bacon’s

Omaha district office by phone at 402-938-0300.

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Looking for a job for this summer after graduation? The JCC is looking for High School Graduates to fill the Summer Camp Counselor Positions. The job would run May 17th - August 13th, Monday -Friday 8:45am to 4:15pm. With occasional overnights for special camp events. For more information, stop by the Counseling Office

Are you an underclassman with a driver's license and looking for a summer job? KE Camps are looking for camp counselors for their day summer camp that will be held at Omaha Country Club. Camp will run June 1 – July 30, Monday - Friday. If you are interested in learning more, please email Dylan Morris at or apply directly at
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If you have a new student that will be attending Millard Public Schools for the 2021-22 school year, you may now register them. To register your new student to Millard please navigate to and select the Registration and Enrollment link. Completing your student's online registration for (Enter School) will allow us to send you important information regarding new student enrollment. If you have applied to attend Millard Public Schools using the Option Enrollment Process, you may not complete online registration until your student has been accepted. Option Enrollment approved students will be notified after April 1st.
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2021 School Sponsored Clubs

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2021 Non-Curriculum Related Student-Led Clubs

None district or school sponsored clubs - Any staff role is solely supervisory.

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Guidance News offers lots of information concerning ACT, Scholarships, Financial Aid, Transcript Requests and more. Check it out!


We will no longer have paper copies for you to fill out to request a transcript.

If you need a transcript sent to a college, NCAA, NAIA or for a scholarship please go to this URL site and fill out the google form:

Request for Transcript.

If you have any questions please contact: Susan Reinholz at 402-715-1225. Make sure to do this process while logged into your school google account.

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New COVID-19 Web Page

Keeping our community informed about the ongoing response to COVID-19 is a district priority. The district COVID-19 web page has been redesigned. It can be found in the same place, on the first page of our district website. You may also click here to reach it directly. Along with safety and response protocols, the page also tracks the virus within our district. It shows current active cases of COVID-19 and current district quarantines, plus the number of active cases per building. The information is updated each weekday morning.

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StudentVue APP

Students remember to download the StudentVue App on your phone. This can be used to purchase lunch using the scanner and to check in at tardy stations in the morning........

Go Touchless!


We have implemented a four lunch schedule that will help to accommodate social distancing in our cafeteria. This has resulted in changes to our class start time throughout the day. Click here for our revised schedule


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