Welcome to Beveridge Magnet School

Welcome to Beveridge Magnet School for Global Studies and the Arts. 

  • The mission of Beveridge Magnet School of Global Studies and the Arts is to provide a safe and orderly educational environment that fosters student achievement in academic skills and growth in social and emotional maturity. Staff, students, and parents are committed to enhancing each student’s talents to deal with a changing self in a changing world.
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Owned by Sheila McCauley On Sunday, September 22, 2019

New learning packets for students enrolled in elementary school and students who receive special education services will be available on Monday, April 13th from 8 am - 3 pm.  Seven schools will have packets available.  In addition, several school will also have meal distribution at 11 am.  

 

Benson High School- 11 am meal distribution 

Gateway Elementary-11 am meal distribution

Skinner Magnet-11 am meal distribution

South High School-11 am meal distribution

Lewis & Clark Middle School- Packet pick up only

Burke High School-Packet pick up only

Omaha Public Schools Teacher and Administrative Center-Packet pick up only

 

 

Map of Pantry Partner Locations

Please confirm their hours as some may

have changed.

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Mobile Backpack Program

Locations and Dates

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Beveridge School Improvement Plan – At A Glance

All teachers, with fidelity, will plan and implement a strong instructional cycle using district adopted materials to include an aligned objective, teacher model, guided practice with gradual release, independent practice with an aligned end of lesson assessment that will result in student growth in all content areas. 

School Improvement Criteria

Action Steps and Look Fors

Math:  By 2021, will increase the percentage of students identified as being on track or college and career ready from 26.1% to 33.4%.

All teachers will utilize the district adopted curriculum using a strong instructional cycle with targeted high probability strategies specific to math to support student learning.    

  • Language and learning goals posted and referenced throughout the lesson
  • Direct instruction, guided practice, independent practice and evidence of learning within each lesson
  • Student discourse utilized to deepen understanding of content
  • Use of parallel problems and anchor charts to provide a visual model and list of steps
  • All lessons should demonstrate concrete representation
  • Use of end of lesson assessment that can be analyzed to demonstrate student proficiency

Language Arts: By 2021, will increase the percentage of students identified as being on track or college and career ready from 39.6% to 46.5%.

All teachers will use the district adopted materials: along with a collaborative structure to develop plans and common formative assessments.  Teachers will analyze student data weekly and will match data to instruction to reteach individualized student skill deficits. 

 

  • Language and learning goals posted and referenced throughout the lesson
  • Use of district adopted curriculum in alignment with OPS Pacing Guides
  • Evidence of student to student discourse
  • Models outside of text to provide student with a parallel model
  • Use annotating the text and student discourse aligned with citing evidence to support thinking
  • Use of end of lesson assessment that can be analyzed to demonstrate student proficiency

Science:  By 2021, will increase the percentage of students identified as being on track or college and career ready from 58.9% to 64.6%.

All teachers will deepen knowledge and understanding of the CCCR standards and curriculum:  Unpacking standards, evidence statements, utilize common lesson planning document, collaboration including developing and analyzing common formative assessments. 

  • Language and learning goals posted, referenced throughout the lesson
  • Student discourse utilized to deepen understanding and provide rationale for thinking
  • Use of common language for providing evidence of learning
  • Use of end of lesson assessment that can be analyzed to demonstrate student proficiency

MTSSB: By 2021, will:

  • Decrease the percentage of students referred to the office
  • Decrease the percentage of students assigned out of school suspension

By 2021, will show a minimum increase of 10% in each SAS system:  Schoolwide, Non-classroom and Classroom. 

 

MTSS-B team will review data, emphasize school-wide procedures and expectations with an emphasis on building positive relationships with students and positive reinforcement.

  • Increase use of positive feedback 4:1 positive to correction
  • Increase the consistent use of school-wide MTSS-B language, procedures and expectations
  • MTSS-B team will meet monthly
  • Staff will teach, model and practice behavior expectations
  • Increase positive relationships
  • Positive reinforcement campus-wide

Wellness: Increase wellness strategies implemented by 2%.

Increase awareness of wellness among staff and students with weekly information and activities.

  • Present general health and wellness information at regular staff meetings
  • Include wellness information in weekly staff and family newsletter
  • Increase wellness activities/information for students during Team Time
  • Educate students and families about food labels, the importance of water consumption and hand washing.

 


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BEVERIDGE MAGNET SCHOOL
1616 SOUTH 120TH STREET
OMAHA, NE 68144-1687
PHONE: (531)299-2280
FAX: (531) 299-2298

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 Beveridge Magnet School is accredited by Advanced Ed.   



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