- Approximately 400 students
- Average student class size: 20
- 66% minority students
- 9% High Ability Learners
- 28% English Language Learners
- 12% Special Education students
- 22% Mobility
- 89% Eligible for Free/Reduced price meals
- 29 classroom teachers: 21 with Master's Degrees
- Average years of teaching experience - 16.24
- Staff includes
4 ELL Teachers
2 ELL Interpreters
3 Resource Teachers
Title I Specialist
Media/Tech Integration Specialist
Vocal Music Teacher
7 Support Staff
- 100% of classrooms equipped with 1 Chromebook cart and 2 iPads
- 1 computer lab with 30 Intel Lenovo All-in-One machines
- 1 mobile lab with 30 Chromebooks
- Wireless access throughout the building
- Synergy/Connect-ED (school-home communication)
- 3 mobile carts with 15 iPads
- All-Day Kindergarten
- Differentiated Curriculum
- High Ability Learner Program
- Character Education
- Junior Achievement
- P.T.A. (Parent-Teacher Association)
- English Language Learners
- Stuhr Museum H.A.T.S. Program (Heritage Activities for Today's Students)
- Homework Program
NDE: STATE OF SCHOOLS REPORT
Click here to see the Nebraska Department of Education State of Schools Report for Wasmer Elementary.
WASMER SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN
This summary provides information and results for our school's improvement process. By design, broad improvement goals are established that take several years to fully achieve. All staff help identify and implement a few powerful research-based improvement strategies, which are assessed annually in terms of student learning gains.
Reading/Writing: By May 2019, 85% of Wasmer Elementary students will be reading at or above grade level as measured by the Lexile proficiency bands, district formative assessments, Nebraska State Assessment, and supported by research and best practice.
Problem Solving: By May of 2019, 85% of Wasmer Elementary students will be problem-solving in mathematics at or above grade level as measured by the MAP, NESA, and CPAA supported by research and best practice.
Climate/Culture: All members of the Wasmer community will be responsible for treating themselves and others with respect as measured by Well-Managed School data sweeps, Bucket Slip data and office referrals.