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Alcott Elementary, 313 North Cedar Avenue, (402) 461-7580

Bright Futures Begin at Alcott!!
 
School hours: 8:10 a.m. - 3:20 p.m.
Every Wednesday early dismissal time at 2:30 p.m. 


Alcott Elementary Kindergarten Registration
Calendar of Events


 
ALCOTT STAFF WISHES YOU
A HAPPY SPRING!



2015-2016 School Supply List

Mrs. Zabloudil's Class Goes to the Stuhr Museum - April 2016
Mrs. Williams' Class Goes to the Stuhr Museum - April 2016
Mrs. Ball's Class Goes to the Stuhr Museum - April 2016
Alcott Read-a-Thon Results
The 5th Grade Goes to Stuhr Museum - March 2016
The 4th Grade Returns to The Kensington - March 2016
The 4th Grade Goes on the Oregon Trail - March 2016
Mrs. Ball's Class Visits the Kensington - February 2016
Kindergarten visits Hastings Museum - January 2016
4th Grade Native American Dioramas - December 2015
 
These are on display with the Hastings Museum's People on the Plains exhibit.
Mrs. Williams' Class Goes to The Kensington - November 2015
The 2nd Grade Goes to the Stuhr Museum - November 2015
The 4th Grade Goes to The Prairie Loft - October 2015
3rd Grade Does Jump Rope for Heart
The 5th Grade Goes to Ag Safety Day - October 2015
4th Grade Goes to Nebraska Kids Fitness Day at Hastings College - October 2015
Mrs. Zabloudil's class goes to The Kensington - September 2015
The 1st and 3rd Grades go to the Stuhr Museum - September 2015
The 5th Grade Goes to the Soil Festival - September 2015
Fax Gilbert visits Alcott - September 2015
The 5th Grade Goes to the State Fair - September 2015
4th Grade Goes to the Rodeo - August 2015
5th Grade Visits Fort Kearney


Bond Information

Click on the heading above to view an overview of the project.
At the November School Board meeting, the board approved a bid from Farris Construction of Hastings (approximately $4.15 million) for the Watson portion of the Elementary School Improvement Project. 
Click here to view an updated site plan for Watson.

At the February School Board meeting, the board approved a bid from Central Contracting of Kearney (approximately $3.098 million) for the Hawthorne portion of the Elementary School Improvement Project.
Click here to view an updated site plan for Hawthorne.
Money to fund this project will come from the Elementary Construction Fund.
4th Grade Visits the State Capital Building


Kindergarten Visits the Stuhr


Hastings Symphony


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