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How do Millard schools compare to other schools?

Millard students consistently score above metro, state and national averages. We believe in high expectations and foster an Advanced Placement culture. To learn more about the district and your schools, read the Nebraska Department of Education's Nebraska Education Profile.

How can I find out which schools are assigned to my home?

It’s as simple as typing your address into our Millard School Assignments page. Click here to find the schools assigned to your home and you will have your answer in seconds. If you have questions, call Student Services at 402.715.8300.

Can my child transfer to another Millard school?

Yes, if space is available. Transfer applications must be turned in by February 15 for consideration of the upcoming school year. Click here for the Student Services transfer page.

We live outside Millard. Can my child still attend?

Yes, as long as space is available, your child may attend through option enrollment. Option applications must be turned in by March 15 for consideration for the upcoming school year. Click here for the Student Services option page.

Does Millard offer preschool?

Absolutely, parents have many options! Eleven of our schools offer preschool for three and four year olds. All of our preschools teachers are certified with early childhood endorsements. Full and half day options are available and there are also options for scholarships. Click here for more preschool information or call 402-715-8339.

Is before and after school child care available?

Yes, the Millard Public Schools Foundation offers Spark, a state-certified before and after school childcare program in all 25 elementary schools. For more information, contact Spark at or 402.991.6710.

How do I get a copy of my transcript?

We are happy to help. Please click here to obtain a copy of your transcript.

I'm concerned about my child's development. Can you help?

Yes, and we want to help. We offer free developmental screenings and evaluations for children living in Millard. Special Education and related services are provided to eligible students with disabilities from birth to age 21. These services are present within our schools and designed to meet each student’s unique educational needs as identified in their Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) / Individual Education Program (IEP). Special Education in Millard Public Schools is specially designed instruction enabling our students to make educational growth as engaged learners.  Click here for more information. 


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