Welcome to North Bend Central "Building Success Together"
Acquire foundational academic skills
Inspire students to develop goals and become life-long learners
Embrace self-worth & a healthy lifestyle
Develop technological skills to meet the needs of an evolving society
Utilize problem solving skills that enable a student to make educated decisions
Demonstrate responsible citizenship within the community and globally
Foster an environment that is accepting of all individuals and cultures
Enhance each student’s unique gifts and interests
It's a great time to be an NBC Tiger! North Bend Central Public Schools staff and students not only claim this statement but also believe it ... and the Board of Education has put their ‘exclamation point’ on it by continuing to follow the school district’s Mission Statement of ‘Building Success Together’. In their effort to develop and support the ‘Togetherness’, the Board has selected these four goals: Technology; Facilities Improvements; The Marzano Instructional Model; and Career Education. The replacement of computer labs with new models, updated football lights and new, modern and safe bleachers, improved parking at the elementary, advances with Marzano, and a sparkling new Career Education program and teacher---the SUCCESS continues to BUILD at NBC!
District population continues to rise at historic rates with K - 12 enrollment skyrocketing from 460 students nine years ago to 632 students at the end of the 2015-16 school year. The district preschool begins its fourth year of service in 2016-17 as well.
Assessment data displays tremendous student achievement throughout the district, with academic expectations a critical piece of the district's mission. Check out NBC's tradition of academic success for yourself -- you will like what you see!
NBC, located 45 minutes from both Lincoln and Omaha, is a thriving school system in the midst of a new era of excellence by Building Success Together. Indeed, it's a great time to be an NBC Tiger!
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
Of the 272 eligible students in North Bend Central Elementary School, 0 opted for public school choice as there is no other eligible elementary school in the district.