Parents are able to access quarterly report cards through our online family communication portal, ParentVue. Quarter report cards will be available at the end of the day, on Wednesday, January 15, 2020.
To see your child’s Special Education and General Education reports, please log into your ParentVue account.
Special Education MDT report, IEP, and quarterly progress reports can be
found in ParentVue by clicking on the “Special Ed” tab.
The Report Card information tab will provide completed quarter General Education, ELL, Band and Strings grades.
General education report cards can be found in ParentVue by clicking on the “Documents” tab.
Forgotten passwords can be obtained by clicking the “Forgot Password” link from a computer, Unfortunately, forgot password is not available on a cellular device. A link to reset your password will be sent to your email address.
ParentVue activation codes for a new ParentVue account or ParentVue assistance can be obtained from the Zeman School Office in person or by calling 402-436-1169.
Once on the LPS web page, you will see this button to begin.
A family brand new to LPS should go to LPS website, click on the “Enroll your student for school” button and follow the appropriate links.
An existing LPS parent/guardian wanting to enroll a new child can log into their ParentVUE account and click the Online Registration button in the upper right-hand corner to get started.
Please call us if you have any questions at 402-436-1169. Ask for Chris.
Here are some helpful facts:
Children with birth dates of 10/16/2014 – 7/31/2015 are eligible to begin kindergarten next fall (2020-2021).
Notification letters for students who completed an Application for Special Attendance Permit (to attend a school different from their home school) will be mailed out by Student Services by end of February.
Kindergarten families who need to hand in paperwork, or those needing assistance with online registration can stop by the Zeman office between 7:30 am and 4:00 p.m. or call 402-436-1169.
Kindergarten Orientation will be in April. More information to come.
Kindergarten tested dates are students with birth dates beteween 8/1/2015 – 10/15/2015. Appointments can be set in April. Testing dates are early summer.
District Information on kindergarten can be found here.
First day of school is Wednesday, August 12, 2020.
This is a quick check list of items that Zeman needs before your student starts kindergarten this fall. All documents can be faxed to 402-458-3108, emailed to email@example.com (Chris Dlouhy – Registrar) or brought into the Zeman School Office between 7:00 am – 4:00 pm.
On February 14th students will have their spring party. At this party, students are allowed to bring Valentines, if they wish, to share with friends in their classroom. More information about the party and Valentines will come from grade level teams.
For your information and planning, in order to align with the Lincoln Public Schools healthy schools initiative, and in order to maximize safety for all children, we are asking families to not send candy or other edible items with Valentine’s. Children may bring Valentine cards. If families wish to send something along with the cards, please consider sending a pencil, eraser, or stickers. If you have questions, please feel free to contact Mrs. Schirmer.
Your student’s MAP test scores are now available on ParentVue. You will need to use a computer or your phone’s browser to access test history, this is not available on the ParentVue app at this time.
Login to ParentVue, then click on Test History
Next, scroll down to the area on the page with the heading MAP Growth or MAP Fluency. If the results are not showing, slide the Detail button to “on.”.
(MAP Growth Grades 2-8 ) The RIT score is the scale score. The column labeled “Percentile” contains the national percentile rank. A percentile rank of 70 means that the student scored as high or higher than other students in his/her grade level.
(MAP Fluency Grades K-1) The tests that display will vary somewhat, depending on which subtests your student was given. The test is adaptive and will adjust in difficulty (including subtests given) based on student responses. Categories are “Below,” “Approaches,” “Meets,” and “Exceeds.”
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The LPS Science Fair is open to all 5th-8th grade students. If you wish for your child to participate in the 2020 science fair, you will complete a project at home and present your project at the fair on March 5th. You can find information online here.
To register your child for the LPS Science Fair, you can access the registration form online at Jump Code PTBV. To access a Jump Code, go to the LPS website at www.lps.org. In the “keyword” box type in the Jump Code. You will then be directed to a web page containing information.
The registration deadline is February 14, 2020. If you have questions, please refer to the guidebook here or you can ask your child’s homeroom teacher.
Are You Ready for the Science Fair?
Science Fair is coming up! If your student
is looking for great resources for their project or for exciting project ideas, consider PowerKnowledge. PowerKnowledge has three modules: Life Science, Earth and Space, and Physical Science. Each module contains articles on a variety of topics. PowerKnowledge can read articles to students, and students can have the information translated to another language if needed. PowerKnowledge even provides citations for you! Check out PowerKnowledge today and find great science resources for all students!
To access PowerKnowledge from home, students should use the portal. Go to portal.lps.org and enter your student’s LPS ID number and password. You can also talk to your school librarian about accessing these resources!
A new Report Absence button is now available in ParentVUE. Parents/Guardians can
now submit their student’s absence, up to 30 days in advance, from ParentVUE.
Absences should be entered in ParentVUE if the student will be absent for the entire day or first thing in the morning, arriving later in the day. Student’s picked up early from school should be called into the Zeman school office at 402-436-1169.
The Lincoln Public Schools District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, age, genetic information, citizenship status or economic status in its programs, activities and employment.