OPS made some changes to the district calendar and updated the 3/2 model for the rest of the school year.
Click here to see the most current calendar.
**Note that 11/24 is now an L-Z day.**
Need some assistance this holiday season?
Check out the Thanksgiving and Holiday program offerings.
Call 2-1-1 to get connected and get help. Or visit www.ne211.org for more information.
Secondary Grading Brochure
Behavior Expectations in Remote Learning
Health Office Fax: 531-299-2339
Winter weather is fast approaching. We know this year has presented challenges unlike any other, so it is especially important to maintain student engagement even if winter weather gets in the way of learning at school. Thanks to our 1 to 1 Technology Initiative, we now have the opportunity to support students with teaching and learning at home.
"Live," or synchronous teaching and learning will take place in the morning, with teacher availability for questions or additional support in the early afternoon with Office Hours from 1-2pm. Teachers will take attendance.
Here's the adjusted bell schedule for snow days:
1/2 Block: 8:40-9:10
3/4 Block: 9:15-9:45
5/6 Block: 9:50-10:20
7/8 Block: 10:25-10:55
Office Hours: 1-2pm
Middle Years: Working Together for School Success
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Welcome from Mr. Clark Kaczmarek
High School Open Houses (coming soon)
School Lunch Menu
Scholastic Picture Order Form
Buffett has changed the traffic arrival pattern. The changes are based on the recommendations of the City of Omaha Traffic Division, Omaha Public School's Risk Management Departments, and parent input.
Parents/Guardian Letter - click here to view.
A few things to remember about dropping off your student:
• Students should ALWAYS exit the vehicle from the passenger/curb side. This is the best way to ensure the safety of your student.
• When your student is safely on the sidewalk, please slowly leave the drop-off area. A backlog of cars develops when parents wait until their student enters the building. Please leave drop-off area and move into a parking space if you choose to watch your student enter the building.
• Please do not park or leave your vehicle standing in the drop-off area as it creates a backlog of cars that need to move past the front of the building. If you need to come into the building, even for a few minutes, please pull your car into a parking space.
• Please consider carpooling, avoiding congestion between 7:30 AM and 7:40 AM, and using an alternate drop off location, such as Flatland Church, Larimore Avenue or 140th Street.
Click Here For Traffic Pattern Map!
Check out the Buffett Bulletin each week for the latest announcements and upcoming events!
Buffett Bulletin 11/11/20
Buffett Bulletin 11/4/20
Buffett Bulletin 10/28/20
Buffett Bulletin 10/21/20
Buffett Bulletin 10/14/20
Buffett Bulletin 10/7/20
Buffett Bulletin 9/30/20
Buffett Bulletin 9/23/20
Buffett Bulletin 9/16/20
Buffett Bulletin 9/9/20
Buffett Bulletin 9/2/20
Buffett Bulletin 8/26/20
Buffett Bulletin 8/19/20
Remote Learning Bulletin 8/11/20
Back to School Bulletin 7/31/20
Buffett Bulletin (Welcome 5th Graders Edition) 7/28/20
Click on image to open the Buffett Bugle!
Click Below To Watch BBTV!
Send your student off to high school with a heartfelt message! Purchase an 8th Grade Ad for the 2015-2016 yearbook today. Ads include a picture of your choice and message.
1/8 Page - $25 ; ¼ Page - $50 ; ½ Page - $100 ; Full Page - $200.
Digital photos only, please.
Email questions and submissions to Jaime Christensen at email@example.com
Checks can be dropped off in the front office, attention Jaime Christensen.
Checks, photos, and messages are due to Ms. Christensen by February 29th.
Alice Buffett Magnet Middle School has a unique facility that supports a distinctive communication and electronic media focus. Academic excellence is emphasized and supported by every member of the outstanding staff. Unique curriculum offerings are available in digital media, journalism, television broadcasting, iDesign and speech.
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Naviance Family Connection