Welcome to Park!

Mr. Zabawa, Principal

Home of the graduating classes of 2018, 2019, and 2020

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*Boys & Girls Club also Closed*

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Please join us for the annual Celebration BBQ and Potluck on Wednesday, May 7, 2014, from 5:30 – 7:00 pm.  This is an opportunity to hear about the school year in review, school improvement goals, and plans for next year.  Hamburgers and hot dogs will be provided, please bring a family favorite side dish to share with other Park families.  See you there!

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Park Panthers,

Welcome to the Park Middle School web site.  This site will give you a view into what is going on at “The greatest middle school in all the world”!  On Wednesday, April 9 2014, our students will start the NESA (Nebraska State Assessment) in reading and math.  Click here to see which classes are testing on a given day.  We ask that students get adequate rest each night.  Our students test best!

I wanted to remind you of our before and after school plan at Park.   Our campus opens at 7:30 a.m.  We ask that students are not dropped off at school prior to 7:30 a.m. because supervision is not available.  We also ask that parents/guardians do not drop students off in the south parking lotThis lot is reserved for incoming school buses and staff. Students can be dropped off on 8th street, G street or 6th street in the morning.

School begins at 8:00 a.m. and will get out at 2:58 p.m.  and we ask students be at their designated location by 3:10 p.m.  We also ask that students stay out of Cooper Park until 5:00 p.m.  Our #1 goal at Park is the safety of your child/children.  All of the procedures we have in place are done with their best interest in mind.  As always, thank you for all you do.  Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

Together, as a Park community we are dedicated to providing the highest quality education and empowering all students to succeed in a culturally diverse community, nation and world. We are all very excited about the year in front of us.

Below are several critical pieces of information. Please take time to review each piece of information included. Please don’t hesitate to call us at 436-1212, or stop by Park if you have questions.

The Compact for Parents, Students, and Faculty document is a commitment between the school and our families to ensure the student’s success both at school and at home. The compact needs to be signed by a parent/guardian and returned before the begin of school.


Ryan Zabawa, Principal

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Bright Lights is coming!!

Classes are offered three times:  June 2-6, June 16-20, and July 7-11.  The main site is Randolph Elementary.  Free busing is offered for the morning sessions during the weeks of June 2-6 and July 7-11.  Please refer interested students to the Park counseling center.

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Attention Parents/Guardians of 6th graders!

  • It is time to schedule appointments for the immunizations and physicals needed for 7th grade.
  • The Park Health Office will gladly accept TDAP records any time now.
  • State law requires 7th graders to have the TDAP before school starts in the fall.
  • Another letter will be sent to students needing the TDAP in May.
  • Please be sure to bring record of the TDAP and the physical to the health office so we may update your child’s record.

Thank you,

Mrs. Loree Kirilloff, R.N., School NursePark Middle School 402-436-1212,  #4