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2022-23 KINDERGARTEN and NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION
Please visit mpsomaha.org - Registration & Enrollment.
You must provide the following documents:
• Birth Certificate
• Copy of required immunizations
• Proof of Residency
o (CURRENT OPPD, MUD, Internet/Cable statement or a signed and dated Lease or Purchase Agreement
o dated after 2/10/2022 (Physical required for all kindergarten and 7th grade students and students who moved in from out of state)
If you already have a student(s) enrolled in Millard Public Schools and need to register an incoming 2022-2023 kindergarten student, please sign into your ParentVue portal, select Online Registration and start a 2022-2023 registration.
2022-23 EXISTING STUDENT UPDATES
Annual updates are required for all currently enrolled Millard students.
You must update your family’s current demographic information and digitally sign all required documents for the upcoming school year.
The update window will open June 6, 2022 and will close on July 31, 2022. (All annual updates must be completed within this window)
Step 1 is to log into your ParentVue Account and select the “Annual Update” for each of your enrolled students.
Trouble signing into your ParentVue account, call 402-715-8000
CENTRAL MIDDLE SCHOOL STANDS AGAINST BULLYING
- CMS is committed to creating a safe and positive environment in our school.
- Research supports 2 key factors in reducing bullying: easy and encouraged reporting and a focus on positive bystanders (students who speak up and speak out).
- Bullying is prohibited by our Student Handbook and the district’s Standards for Student Conduct.
CENTRAL MIDDLE SCHOOL EDUCATES TO PREVENT BULLYING
- Staff Training: All CMS staff members are trained in recognizing and preventing bullying and harassment.
- Handbook Talks: Administrators explain student expectations for appropriate behavior based on the Student Handbook.
- Bullying Lessons: Teachers and counselors deliver anti-bullying lessons in the classroom and groups; as well as shown how to report bullying.
POSITIVE INTERACTIONS ARE ENCOURAGED
- PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports): A research-based framework implemented at CMS to identify and support positive student behaviors.
- Student Recognition: We recognize and celebrate students who display positive peer interactions with awards like, “Cyclones United Spotlight” and “Outstanding Cyclones” each week.
- CyclONEnation: Class building and team building activities are used in our homerooms in order to promote positive peer interactions.
REPORTING BULLYING IS EASY
- CMS pledges to investigate and address each report of bullying.
- Students who report bullying will remain anonymous to other students involved.
- Bullying can be reported several ways:
- Tell a teacher, counselor, or administrator
- Fill out the Counselor Appointment Form and mark “Bullying Concern”
- Reach out to the Safe2Help hotline