April 9, 2021
"Home of the Timberwolves"
Vision: High performing teachers and students in every classroom.
Mission: The mission of Ashland Park-Robbins Elementary School is to educate all students to their highest level of social responsibility and academic potential in a safe and secure environment in partnership with families and the community.
Next Level Learning Summer School
Next Level Learning- Summer School
This summer our students are invited to join the staff for a fun
and engaging time with Reading, Math, Various Themes
and Projects! The Summer session runs from June 2-July 23.
There will be no school July 1-5.
We still have openings in the following grades and we would
love to have your child join us! Please call the office to register
your child at 531-299-1020!
Grades 3rd, 4th, and 5th
Our Playgrounds Are Now OPEN!!!!
Our Playgrounds Are Now OPEN!
This week we officially opened our playgrounds!
Each playground area is ionized/sanitized each morning and each afternoon.
PE items will be sanitized after use, also.
Each class has a specific time to use the playground they are assigned
to, so that we do not have more than one class on the equipment at a
We remind students they will not be able to be on the equipment without
Tennis shoes…no flip flops, sandals, or backless shoes. Thanks for helping
with that! Let the fun begin!
Congratulations to Our Special Artist!!!
Congratulations to a Special Artist!
Carlos Martinez, 6th Grade student, has had his Artwork selected to be placed on a billboard for the Omaha Public Schools Youth Art Month Billboard Project! His art will be displayed on the large billboard at 67th & L St and it will be placed there around the first part of March!
His original art work will be displayed at the Teacher Administrative Center at 3215 Cuming St , in the Board of Education Room on the 2nd floor from March 1st-April 23rd.
Congratulations Carlos, for proudly representing APR, and for showing others that Art is important in the Omaha Public Schools!
Attendance Matters--Attend, Aspire, Graduate
- Establish a regular bed time and morning routine.
- Prepare materials and clothing the evening before.
- Do not let your student stay home unless your child is sick.
- Schedule medical appointments and extended trips when school is not in session.
Help your children have the best chance of success.