5530 North 66th Street
Omaha, NE 68104-1599
Phone: (531) 299-1560
Fax: (531) 299-1579
8:50am - 4:05pm
Begins @ 8:35am
("Grab-n-Go" to classrooms.)
Kin. Lunch @ 11:45-12:15
2nd Lunch @ 11:55-12:25
4th Lunch @ 12:00-12:30
5th Lunch @ 12:10-12:40
1st Lunch @ 12:20-12:50
3rd Lunch @ 12:30-1:00
8:35am - 4:25pm
Ms. Raven Whitfield - Building Site Supervisor - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Hannah Smith - Site Director - email@example.com
Common Sense Media for Parents
COVID-19/District Packets & Academic Resources
COVID-19/District At-Home Learning Resources
OPS District Site
School Transfer Requests & New Student Enrollment Applications
Hartman PTO helps support school events like the Hawk Run, Talent Show, BINGO Night, Scholastic Book Fairs, & School Carnival.
2019-2020 PTO Mtg. Dates:
Sept. 10th @ 4:30pm
Nov. 5th @ 4:30pm
Jan. 14th @ 4:30pm
Mar. 31st @ 4:15pm
May 28th @ 11:40am
If you are interested in joining the PTO, please contact Emily Young at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emily Young (Co-President)
Rachel Evans (Co-President)
Heidi Belew (Vice President)
Marissa Stowe (Treasurer)
Alyssa Wilger (Secretary)
Parent Voice Flyer.pdf
Hartman's focus is on preparing all students academically to acquire success. Teachers use a variety of strategies, such as differentiation, tiered assignments, special projects, flexible grouping, compacting curriculum, and subject acceleration when necessary, so all Hartman students can reach their highest potential. Furthermore, Hartman sets high expectations for all students to be safe, responsible, and respectful citizens. These expectations are life skills that will be beneficial for all students throughout their lives.
OPS Summer Reading Challenge is back! We quickly exceeded our goal last year, so we’ve raised the bar. We challenge students to read a total of 2,000,000 minutes in the months to come. Reading is one of the best things your student can do to learn. Encourage your student to read at least 30 minutes each day.
Make sure to log your time spent reading, CLICK HERE TO ENTER MINUTES YOU HAVE READ TODAY!
Packages of five breakfasts and five lunches will be available for students at 25 different locations. Each site will distribute meals once a week, but different locations will be open Monday-Thursday.
Monday sites, open at 11 a.m.:
Tuesday sites, open at 10 a.m.:
Wednesday sites, open at 10 a.m.:
Thursday sites, open at 10 a.m.:
With a focus on health and safety, families will drive through to pick up food. One package of meals will be available per student/child in the vehicle. If you are unable to bring children in the vehicle, please bring a student ID, report card or other verification for each student.
Food Bank for the Heartland hosts drive-through food distributions across the community. Several pantry partners also provide food for community members.
For a list of upcoming distributions, please click here.
For a map of pantry partner locations, please click here. Please confirm their hours as some may have changed.
Counseling Supports for Students and Families
There are social-emotional supports available for your student and family during this time. School counselors, psychologists and social workers continue to be accessible by email with questions or concerns. Omaha Public Schools also partners with the Boys Town National Hotline to offer 24/7 access to trained counselors by phone. That number is 531-299-SAFE (7233). Please reach out if you or a loved one is struggling.
Please continue to look out for one another. We are here for you.