Culler Principal, Gary Czapla
Gary Czapla, Principal

Greetings Culler families!

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We are very pleased with the hard work students have exhibited so far this school year.  I do have a few reminders and some calendar events to pass on:

  • Did you know that we currently have 149 students in our ELL program?
  • The first languages of our ELL students include: Arabic, Chaldean, Chin-Zomi, Ewe, Farsi, French, Hindi, Japanese, Karen, Kurdish, Mandarin, Palauan, Pashto, Portuguese, Spanish, Tagalog, Ukrainian, Vietnamese (18 languages)
  • Home Languages (of all students, not just those in ELL)
    Amharic, Arabic, Bosnian, Chladean, Chin-Zomi, Creole, English, Ewe, Farsi, French, Hindi, Japanese, Karen, Kurdish, Mandarin, Nuer, Palauan, Pashto, Persian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swahili, Tagalog, Ukrainian, Vietnamese (25 languages) 
  • Birth Country (of all students, not just those in ELL)
    Afghanistan, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burma, Cameroon, China, Congo, Cuba, Egypt, El Salvador, Gabon, Germany, Ghana, Guam, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kenya, Libyan Arab Am., Mexico, Myanmar, Nigeria, Palau, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Thailand, Ukraine, United States, Vietnam, Zambia   (36 countries)
  • That means 38% of our student body learned a language other than English for their first language.
  • Click here for a picture of what this language data looks like.

  • Immediately following the conferences, there was a LPS Strategic Planning meeting in the Culler Media Center. 
    • We need Culler Parents to share their thoughts, hope and dreams for Lincoln Public Schools with our school board so please take time to fill out the survey. Thank you for your support.
  • Thanks so much for the Culler flag donation to the Cross Country and Track teams. We are proud of our runners and the way they represent!
img_5568I would also like to remind families about our Before/After School procedures.  Campus does not open until 7:30 am.  For the safety of all of our students, we ask that students are not arriving at school until 7:30 am for those who eat breakfast.  The after school dismissal bell rings at 3:00 pm. All students need to be picked up, walking home, at practice, or at CLC before 3:15 pm.

For Chromebook Assistance: http://home.lps.org/dali/

Sincerely,

Gary Czapla, Ed.D.

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