Lothrop Magnet Elementary
3300 North 22nd Street
Omaha, NE 68110
Phone: 531-299-1780
Fax: 531-299-1798

School Hours:
Grab and Go Breakfast 8:30-8:50
Tardy Bell 8:50
Instruction begins at 8:50
Dismissal Bell 4:05

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Lothrop Magnet Elementary

Lothrop Magnet Elementary’s Vision and Mission Statements

Vision (Big Picture):
To empower students with a growth-mindset that allows them to be goal setters, reflective problem solvers through academic and social accomplishments.

Mission (Approach):
Every Student. Every Staff. Every Day. Prepared for Success.

Core Values:
*DEDICATION
*COLLABORATION
*GROWTH MIND SET
*POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS
*SAFETY

Green Ribbon Schools
NEBRASKA GREEN RIBBON SCHOOLS
2012 GRS Nebraska National Winners
Lothrop Elementary School/Omaha Public Schools
Miller Park Elementary School/Omaha Public Schools
2012 GRS Nebraska State Finalist
King Science and Technology Magnet Middle School/Omaha Public Schools
 
Nebraska Department of Education's Application Process
Information for the 2012-13 school year application will be posted in the winter of 2013.
 
This prestigious award is given to select schools across the nation that The U.S. Department of Education (USED) Green Ribbon Schools recognizes as schools that save energy, reduce costs, feature environmentally sustainable learning spaces, protect health, foster wellness, and offer environmental education to boost academic achievement and community engagement.
Nebraska will participate in the pilot year of the U.S. Department of Education's Green Ribbon Schools' recognition program. This voluntary federal program rewards schools that meet criteria in three goals:
1. The school facility (grounds and building) has a "net zero" environmental impact;
2. The school environment has a "net positive" impact on the health and performance of students and staff members; and
3. The school's graduates are environmentally literate.

Beginning in the 2011-2012 school year, the USED will recognize schools where staff, students, officials and communities have worked together to produce energy efficient, sustainable and healthy school environments and to ensure the sustainability and environmental literacy of graduates.

 

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The Builders:

Architect: RDG Planning & Design 

Mechanical/Electrical Engineers: Farris Engineering  

General Contractor: Weitz Construction 

 Mechanical Contractor: J.W. Smith & Company 

Electrical Contractor: Centaur Electrical Contractors

District Operational Services, Omaha Public Schools:

Dr. Antoinette Turnquist, Chief Operations Officer

Dr. Mark Warneke, Director of Buildings & Grounds

Jacobs-2014 OPS Bond Program Manager:

Mr. Mark Sommer, Program Manager

Mr. Steve Selting, Project Manager

Citizen's Bond Oversight Committee:

Mr. Keith Bigsby, Mr. Woody Bradford, Mr. Michael Bruening, Mr. Karlus Cozart, Mr. Mark Evans, Mrs. Monique Farmer, Ms. Shelley Henderson, Mr. William Johnson, Mr. Robert King, Mrs. Connie Knoche, Mr. Michael Lebens, Mr. Craig Maher, Ms. Deb McClung, Ms. Mary McHale, Ms. Nicole Nieves, Mr. Matthew Ray, Ms. Cheryl Richardson, Mr. Christopher Rodgers, Mr. Jeff Sauter, Mr. Adam Sawyer, Mr. Matt Scanian, Mr Mark Sommer, Dr. Antoinette Turnquist, Mr. Greg Van Dyke, Mr. Bill Vandenberg, Mr. Brett Warneke, Ms. Margot Wickman-Bennett


 


 

Lothrop Magnet Center is located at 3300 North 22nd Street. Approximately 300 students in grades pre-kindergarten through fourth grade attend this Science and Technology magnet. These magnet themes are woven throughout the regular curriculum offerings. Lothrop offers all students unique, high quality experiences that promote literacy, mathematical competency, and the skills necessary to function in the 21st century. At summer science and technology camp, students develop inquiry-based projects, create computer-based presentations, and learn to create graphics. Parent and community involvement are very strong components of this magnet's success. Workshops on parenting skills, nutrition, and computer skills, as well as open forums to address parental concerns, are offered. Volunteers from community organizations also provide weekly tutoring services. The staff, parents, and community are committed to providing Lothrop students an educational program that will prepare the students for the future.

Lothrop renovation is finally complete and we are loving our new look.  Come by at take a look if you haven't already done so.