Omaha Nation Public Schools

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Omaha Nation Public Schools
Umonhon Nation Public Schools
Modern structure, approximately 2 stores, on residential street
Address
100 Main Street
Macy, Nebraska 68039
United States
Coordinates 42°06′48″N 96°21′19″W / 42.11333°N 96.35528°W / 42.11333; -96.35528Coordinates: 42°06′48″N 96°21′19″W / 42.11333°N 96.35528°W / 42.11333; -96.35528
Information
Superintendent Stacie Hardy
Principal Broderick Steed
Staff 34.5 (FTE) (as of 2007-08)[1]
Teaching staff 45.9 (FTE) (as of 2007-08)[1]
Grades PK-12
Enrollment 408 (as of 2007-08)[1]
Student to teacher ratio 8.9 (as of 2007-08)[1]
Color(s) Red and gold
Athletics NSAA D
Athletics conference Independent
Mascot Chief
Website

Umonhon Nation (Omaha Nation) Public School is a public school in Macy, Nebraska, United States, the center of tribal government for the Omaha.

History[edit]

Campus[edit]

A main building and four outlying buildings are divided into three grade levels: K-5 (elementary), 6-7-8 (middle school) and 9-12 (high school).

Curriculum[edit]

Omaha Nation is a school-wide Title I school and has Success for All Reading and Math in the elementary school and Expeditionary Learning in the high school as Comprehensive School Reform projects.

Extracurricular activities[edit]

Omaha Nation student groups and activities include band, class officers and activities, newspaper, science fair, ski club, and student council.

The school's teams, known as the Omaha Nation Chiefs, compete in Nebraska School Activities Association size classification D, used for the smallest schools in the state. Teams are fielded in basketball, football, track, volleyball, and weightlifting.

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