Parents of enrolled students may find these links useful:
Necessary Documents Checklist (NDC) required for yearly enrollment for new students and current students.
Growth Reports / Attendance / School Directory:
To retrieve tri-annual growth reports, check attendance and view other important school documents go to Friday Parent Portal. A username and password will be sent separately by email.
Calendar of Events:
To check for events and half days, go to our calendar.
Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth
This course covers a full-year honors curriculum, aligned with the Common Core State Standards, to prepare students for success in grade 4 mathematics. We’ll start by reviewing grade 2 concepts and applying them to more in-depth problems and larger calculations. As we move on to tackle more complex problems, we will explore computation, expand our vocabulary, and learn to use various applications with an emphasis on reading and problem solving. Each unit includes videos, interactive webpages, graded assessments, and projects to develop your reasoning, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.
University of Nebraska High School
Pre-Algebra 1 is the first course of a two-semester Pre-Algebra series. The course provides a “bridge” between the skills learned in General Math and those more advanced concepts students will learn in First Year Algebra and Geometry. This course provides an introduction to algebraic expressions and integers, decimals, factors, exponents, fractions, ratios and percents. The course is designed to build upon what students already know, and provide them the background and readiness for Algebra and Geometry
First Year Algebra 1 is the first semester in a two-semester series of courses. This course will help students understand the meaning of variables and how we use them to represent numbers. In this course, students will learn how to solve many equations and inequalities with one or two variables. They will also learn how to graph equations and come to understand the relationship between a graph and its equation. Most importantly, this course will give students a basic understanding of Algebra — how numbers and variables work together. The goal of this course is to refresh the Algebra skills students already have (even if they may not realize they have them), challenge their minds to learn more difficult material, and build new mathematical knowledge through problem solving.
Geometry 1: This course is the first of two courses designed to help students develop reasoning skills using geometric terms and processes, concepts of logic, and applied problem solving. Topics covered in this course include patterns, inductive and deductive reasoning, models, points, lines, coordinate planes, parallel lines, measuring angles, basic constructions, reasoning and proofs, parallel and perpendicular lines, congruent triangles, and relationships within triangles. Frequent skill checks and reviews will help ensure that students get the most from this course. This course uses many of the problem solving skills and equations learned in First Year Algebra.
Mealtime is a program that accepts deposits for lunch. You can add any amount you would like. Please think of it as a credit account. Click here to deposit
Aftercare at Unity is available from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm and from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm on half days.
When orders are placed in advance, the fee per hour is $9.00 and should be placed by 9:00pm the day before.
Late sign ups may be placed online through 9:00 a.m. (the day of) and the charge $20.00 per half hour. Please sign-up and pay here.
If students are picked up after 6:00pm, the rate is a $20.00 flat rate. Late pick-ups require staff to stay late and the School incurs additional costs.
Field Trips / Student Activities:
Pay for field trips, after school enrichment programs offered by Unity and other events via Boonli