Beveridge Community Newsletter

Week of May 9th - 13th

Last Parent Community Newsletter

Good morning,

This will be the last Beveridge Community Newsletter for this school year. Any additional information needing to be communicated, will still be communicated out via email.

Have a great week!

NJHS Induction & Recognition Ceremony for 21-22 and 22-23 NJHS Students

To honor current and future NJHS students, we will hold an induction ceremony on Tuesday, May 10, 2022, at 6:00 pm in the Beveridge auditorium. If you are unable to attend, you MUST notify Mrs. Destache before May 9, 2022. There will be a small, brief reception following the ceremony.

For the ceremony, please no jeans or shorts. Please arrive no later than 5:45 pm. Your family will be seated in the auditorium. You will be seated on the stage. Your family will be able to take pictures.

We look forward to the induction ceremony and meeting your family. If you have any questions, please contact me by phone at 531-299-2280 or by email at

Mrs. Ruth Destache
NJHS Sponsor

8th Grade Recognition Event

The 8th Grade Honors Recognition will be held Thursday, May 26 at 9:00 AM. The purpose of Beveridge Recognition Day is to recognize your 8th grade student for his or her accomplishments at Beveridge Magnet Middle School as they transition to High School. Please join us for a morning of honoring what we value so highly – the achievements of our students. The Recognition Ceremony will be held in the Beveridge gymnasium and last approximately one hour.

The ceremony will begin promptly at 9:00 AM. Please plan to arrive 15 minutes early to ensure you are seated prior to the event starting. As part of our recognition ceremony, all students will be recognized. Each will receive a folder with a list of accomplishments, activities and awards received during the school year. We are including a few special awards that will be announced at the ceremony.

While we know you are very excited about this event, please keep all balloons, flowers and other large gifts at home. These may block the view from others watching the ceremony. In addition, the program is in the morning and students will not be permitted to carry those items throughout the school day. These are wonderful celebratory items, but please present them to your 8th grade student at home.

Students are asked to wear appropriate clothes for this event, with the knowledge that the 8th grade dance will also be that afternoon. We want to make this a memorable event for you and your student. If you have questions regarding our Recognition Ceremony, please contact me at 531-299-2280. We look forward to celebrating the accomplishments of your child.

Information About Swim Lessons - Please click the attachment below.

Schedule for the week of May 9th - 13th

Monday, 5/9/22: B Day (2, 4, 6, 8)

  • Track Practice
  • Band and Strings Concert 6:30 PM: Spath and Smoot

Late Administrator: Mrs. Tiffany Molina, Principal

Tues., 5/10/22: A Day (1, 3, 5, 7)

  • Track Practice until 5:00 PM
  • Raquet Club until 5:00 PM
  • Art Club until 5:00 PM
  • NJHS Induction & Recognition Ceremony - 6:00 PM in Auditorium

Late Administrator: Mrs. Kristin Tipler, Assistant Principal

Wed., 5/11/22: B Day

  • Track Practice

Late Administrator: Mr. Chad Wachholtz, Assistant Principal

Thurs., 5/12/22: A Day

  • 9:30 AM Chorus Concert: Ms. Block
  • Track Practice

Late Administrator: Mr. Tony Aliano, Dean of Students

Fri., 5/13/22: B Day:

  • 7th & 8th Grade Track All CIty Finals at Bryan High School

Late Administrator: Mr. Tony Aliano, Dean of Students

From the Sports Desk: Mr. Chad Wachholtz, Assistant Principal/Athletic Director

The boys and girls finished their soccer seasons in dramatic fashion. Coach Becker’s boys played their way into the city championship game on Friday May 6th. Our undefeated boys squared off against an undefeated Marrs squad. The game was played at South High’s Collin Field. The boys played a great game but were defeated 2-0. Beveridge finished with a 7-1 record and are city runners-up! Great job guys!

Coach Otero’s girls also finished with a 7-1 record. Our girls took care of Nathan Hale at home on Friday beating the Patriots 5-1. Our girls finished 5th overall in the city. Great season!

Our track team is currently still practicing. City finals for 7th and 8th grade will be this Friday at Bryan High School. This is an all-day event as all 12 OPS middle schools will be competing. Track athletes will be leaving our building as early as 9 a.m. Friday morning. Stay tuned for specific details regarding track city finals.


Chad Wachholtz - AP/AD

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From the Nurse: Incoming 7th Graders Health Information

Please open the attachment below for information for students currently in 6th grade who will be in 7th grade next year.


The following forms must be turned in for students who will participate in

7th & 8th grade athletics during the 2022-23 school year:

  • 8th Grade Sports Physical - Must be done after May 1, 2022, or it will not be accepted as a valid physical.

  • 7th Grade Sports Physical - Must be done after March 1, 2022 or it will not be accepted as valid physical. A physical exam is required for all students entering seventh-grade. Completing the seventh-grade physical also meets the requirement for athletic participation in after-school sports.

  • OPS Student & Parent Concussion Information Sheet & Acknowledgement Form

  • Nebraska School Athletic Association Consent Form

  • OPS Medical Health Insurance Information Form-must include insurance ID number

Return all copies of health information to the Main Office or Health Office prior

to the start of the 22-23 school year, OR, have your provider fax the

information, ATTN: School Nurse at (531) 299-2299.

Who should parents/guardians contact?

If your child is struggling in a classroom acadmically or behaviorally, you should reach out to the classroom teacher first. If they are unable to answer your questions or resolve your concerns, your next step would be to contact the grade level counselor or the grade level administrator. This information will be located at the bottom of this section.

If you have concerns regarding your student, not including the classroom teacher, please contact the grade level counselor or grade level administrator. They will have more information about your student and if they don't, they will be happy to get when you need and communicate that with you.

If you are not sure who you need to speak with, please call our front office and one of our staff members will be able to direct you to the correct person. You will need to provide some information so that you are directed to the appropriate person.

If you have questions about your student's attendance, please contact our Attendance Secretary, Ms. Jenny McCalister Guillory at You can also call our main line and you can select the Attendance number: 531-299-2280.

6th grade Counselor: Mr. Dustin Rothe -

6th grade Administrator: Mr. Chad Wachholtz -

7th grade Counselor: Ms. Erica Fairchild -

7th grade Administrator: Mr. Tony Aliano -

8th grade Counselor: Ms. Jennifer Buelt -

8th grade Adminstrator: Mrs. Kristin Tipler -

If you have need additional assistance, please contact myself, Mrs. Tiffany Molina

My contact information is:

Important Documents and Links

Beveridge Magnet Middle Schoool

Beveridge is a 6th - 8th Magnet School with an emphasis on the Performing Arts and Global Studies.

Beveridge Mission:

To provide a safe and secure educational environment that fosters student achievement and growth in academic skills and in social emotional maturity.

School Hours: 7:15 - 3:15 PM

School starts for students in 0 Hour - Bulldog Block - which starts at 7:40 AM

Student Dismissal is at 3:05 PM

To report a student absence: 531-299-2280

Principal: Mrs. Tiffany Molina

Assistant Principal/Data Processer: Mrs. Kristin Tipler

Assistant Principal/Athletic Director: Mr. Chad Wachholtz

Dean of Students: Mr. Anthony Aliano

ATTENDANCE - Make Every Day Count!

Strive for 95 (Missing 9 days or less of school each year). Every student will attend school regularly and arrive on time to meet the goal of 95% attendance for the full academic year. Regular attendance is necessary to keep up with lessons. Students who miss less than 9 days of school each year are more likely to stay engaged, be successful and on track for graduation. Absences in early grades correlate with reading difficulties and poor attendance patterns in later years. Students need to be at school on time every day. Parents are required to call the school's Attendance Office regarding all absences at 531-299-2280.

We need your partnership in all areas of your student's education. Making sure they are here each day, will help to ensure they are receiving the best education possible.