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Walnut Hill Elementary


Welcome to Walnut Hill Elementary School Web Page. We are pleased to have this wonderful opportunity to share information about our school with you.   What is special About Walnut Hill Elementary School? Entering Walnut Hill Elementary School through the main doors, you are greeted with our mission statement: "Students will meet high learning standards in a safe, caring environment." As you walk the hallways, wonderful student work samples are posted on bulletin boards and walls celebrating student achievement. Inside classrooms, teachers and educational assistants are facilitating learning through effective instructional strategies that help students reach high levels of thinking. Students are engaged in a variety of reading and writing activities interwoven throughout the curriculum. Parents are visible in the school, helping students and staff build a community of learning.

Mrs. Amill

Walnut Hill Elementary is located at 4355 Charles Street. Approximately 400 students attend Walnut Hill Elementary. Class sizes in grades kindergarten through grade three are approximately 15 students. The intermediate classrooms have 20 students. In recent years, the student population has seen a significant increase in those qualifying for the English as a Second Language program.

Walnut Hill Elementary continues to search for ways to include and learn from the richly diverse community it has served for so many years.

The mission statement for Walnut Hill Elementary states that "students will meet high learning standards in a safe, caring environment.

"Walnut Hill Elementary boasts an active Adopt-a-School partnership with McDonalds, Pfizer Inc, and support from The Midlands Community Chapter of the National Management Association.

The Parent Teacher Association also actively supports and benefits the school community.

                                       We’re Collecting!  

 Campbell’s for Education Program awards free educational equipment in exchange for the UPC labels on their products.

Our goal is to collect 5,000 labels in the 2013/2014 school year.  We are calling on you to help support our efforts to collect labels to redeem for free educational equipment.  It’s easy to pitch in. Simply save labels or clip proofs of purchase from any of the following eligible Campbell products:


  • Campbell’s Soup
  • Franco-American Spaghetti O’s pasta
  • Prego Pasta Sauce
  • Swanson Broths and Canned Poultry
  • Pace Salsa and Picante sauces
  • V8 and V8 splash juices
  • Campbell’s Tomato Juices
  • Pepperidge Farm Breads, Cookies, Crackers, and Frozen products
  • Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Crackers

Send them to school with your child and Mrs. Wilson and her helpers will clip, count, and mail them in for awesome school goodies!




BOXTOPS for Education 

There are many products that carry the for Box Tops for Education logo.  Boxtops are a great way for Walnut Hill to raise funds by simply collecting these labels.  We earn 10 cents for every label we collect, and this goes to support additional activities for Walnut Hill students and families. 

Make it a family mission to be on the look out for Box Tops.  Clip them and send to school with your child.  You can also visit for lists of products that carry the Box Tops for Education label.  We appreciate your support. You can contact Mrs. Bentley if you have any questions about this fundraiser.


Parent's Right to Know Clause

At the beginning of each school year, any District that accepts Title I, Part A funding must notify parents that they can request information regarding their child's teacher and his/her qualifications, including certification and endorsements.  Parents can also request information about paraprofessionals working with their children.  Nebraska requires each parent a timely notice that their child has been assigned, or has been taught for four or more consecutive weeks by a teacher who is not NCLB qualified.