Norris Middle School

Attendance

Attendance/Asistencia: 
531-299-2508

If calling before 7:00 A.M., please dial 531-299-8318.

Si llama antes de las 7:00 am, por favor marque el 531-299-8318.

Contact Information/Información de contacto

2235 South 46th Street
Omaha, NE 68106-3399

Phone: (531) 299-2500
Fax: (531) 299-2518

Registrar/Registrador

Marjorie Zukaitis: 531-299-8347

Bilingual Liaison/Enlace Bilingue

Laura Aguilar: 531-299-8449

 

Attendance Calendars

 

Bell Schedules

Daily Bell Schedule

 

Important Information for Families

Attention Norris Families!

Looking for something educational to do this summer? Try one of our Math, Reading, and Science Family Engagement Packs. Materials are FREE and will be sent home with your student. Click on the link below if you are interested, logging in with your student's information.

Family Engagement Packs/ Paquetes de compromiso familiar (office.com)

Metro Area Transit has announced free rides for K-12 students in the Omaha area beginning May 10th. 

Read more here:
https://www.ometro.com/k-12

/Portals/0/K-12%20FAQ_Spanish.pdf

/Portals/0/K-12%20FAQ_English.pdf

/Portals/0/K-12%20Brochure%20Card_Spanish.pdf

/Portals/0/K-12%20Brochure%20Card_English.pdf

Check out our Quarterly Newsletter HERE:

https://norris.ops.org/PARENT-INFO/Newsletter

Attention Students:  The Police Athletics for Community Engagement, or PACE, has exciting opportunities for summer soccer and baseball.  There is no cost, and it is open to all kids!  You can visit paceomaha.org to register, and everyone needs to be registered by May 1.  

Are you ready for the amazing things this summer will bring?

Click here for more information
Click here to register

 

2020-2021 Yearbooks Now on Sale!!!

Yearbooks will be available for pick up in May.

For in-person payment, click here to order:

To order and pay online, click here:

 

Keep your information up to date so you have continued access to information.

Family Contact Information and Parent Portal
Información de Contacto Para Familias y Parent Portal

Ask the Librarian!

    Ask the Librarian

Do you have a question about where to find resources, ideas or books? Are you looking for support with an assignment or research? Click here for assistance. 

 Librarian

Camille Wakefield

camille.wakefield@ops.org

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OPS Safe Schools Hotline

OPS has instituted the first OPS SAFE Schools Hotline to provide an additional layer of support to our students and families.  

OPS SAFE Schools Hotline - (531) 299-SAFE (7233)

Free/Anonymous/Available - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year

Callers will speak with a trained Boys Town National Hotline counselor for help with depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, substance abuse, bullying, relationship issues, violence or to report a concern.