Cute kids? We’ve got a camera for that! Millard Communications takes pictures and videos, keeps you in the know with the district website and connected through the MPS App and our social media. Join the conversation on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
The district newsletter keeps you up-to-date on information and celebrations across the district. The newsletter typically comes out the day after Board of Education meetings.
Each month during the school year, the Board of Education recognizes two outstanding staff members. Employees of the Month are chosen by a committee of Millard staff members including teachers, administrators and support staff. Nominate your favorite Millard staff member for Employee of the Month! Select here for the application form.
The Activities Express newspaper was created to replace flyers distributed to Millard students by individual organizations. These groups purchase ads that pay the cost of printing.
The paper is published once a month, during the school year, and is provided to inform students and parents about activities for children. If you have any questions, please contact Deanna Hayes at (402) 715.8565 or DLhayes@mpsomaha.org
The Middle School Momentum is a new online seasonal publication to inform middle school-aged students and their parents about activities.
This edition is published for online sharing in September, December, and March.
If you have any questions, please contact Deanna Hayes at (402) 715.8565 or dLhayes@mpsomaha.org.
Millard Public Schools - There's an app for that! The app is personalized with your students' schedules, grades and more.
Parents can log in by entering the same email they have in the ParentVue app. To get your password, please click on 'Forgot Password,' and it will walk you through the process of setting up your personalized password.
Students may log in with their tech id and password.
Thanks for joining us! You can connect with the Millard Public School District and share your thoughts through multiple district and school social media sites. We welcome all constructive and thoughtful comments. We also want to be clear about use of this and all Millard Public Schools' social media sites. Any comments, posts, communications or messages are subject to the Policies and Rules of the Millard Public School District.
District and school social media sites are not an open forum and are monitored and managed by the Millard Communications Department. Any comment, post, communication or message deemed offensive, inappropriate or disruptive of the education process may be removed. Any comment, post, communication or message deemed to be a threat or of a threatening nature is taken seriously and may be subject to law enforcement intervention.
Any comment, post, communication or message that contains the following content will be removed and the person or group posting may be banned from further use:
Profane, defamatory, offensive, sexual or sexually harassing, hostile, terroristic or violent language
Attacks on specific groups or comments deemed to harass, threaten, bully, or abuse an individual
Hateful or discriminatory comments regarding race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, religious beliefs, gender, marital status, disability, sexual orientation or political beliefs
Fraudulent, deceptive, misleading or unlawful posts, comments, messages or communications
Posts under false identities for the purpose of misleading others
Trolling or deliberate disruption of discussion
Comments, posts, communications, messages or content containing material of a violent or sexually explicit nature
Comments, posts, communications, messages or content concerning a discussion of illegal activity
Commercial solicitations not directly related to school or District activities
Violations of copyright or intellectual property rights
Any private or legal matter involving students and/or staff
Comments, posts, communications, messages or content violating any Millard Public School District policy or rule
The Millard Public School District does not accept links posted directly, but we encourage you to send them to us through direct message or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any comment, post, communication or message posted by a third party shall not be considered the opinion of the Millard Public School District, nor does the Millard Public School District endorse any third party comment, post, communication or message. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, you may reach the Millard Communications Department by telephone at 402.715.8200 or by email at email@example.com.
MILLARD PUBLIC SCHOOLS NOTICE OF PREVENTION OF IMPROPER USE OF TAXPAYER FUNDS
Pursuant to the, Every Student Succeeds Act, 20 U.S.C. § 7933, Millard Public Schools hereby posts this notice, in a public place, to encourage any taxpayer who observes, detects or suspects improper use of taxpayer funds to report such improper use to:
Office of Inspector General of the Department of Education Phone: 1-800-MIS-USED