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Ashland Park-Robbins Library Activities

Book Exchange-
Cycle Days 5/10 12:00-12:45. Students can bring .25 cents or a used book to trade.

Morning Family Reads-
Parents may come before school to read with students.  Arrive at 8:10 AM, read together until 8:40 AM.  There will be a breakfast snack (donuts/rolls and Juice/coffee) and a free book for each child.  The dates for these events are September 25, November 20, January 22 and March 26.

Evening Family Reads-
Parents may come after school to read with students. Arrive at 4:25 PM, read together until 4:45 PM.  There will be a snack and drink.  A free book will be given to each child. The dates for these events are October 30 (flashlight read), February 12 (make a book), December 11 (decorate a cookie), and April 23 (spring activity).

Welcome to Ashland Park-Robbins Website 

Ashland Park-Robbins Elementary School is located at 5050 South 51 Street. In 1994, two neighborhood schools, Ashland Park and Robbins, combined attendance areas to form a new elementary school. The student body includes children from preschool through sixth grade. Besides the regular classroom instruction, Ashland Park-Robbins Elementary School has a variety of programs serving students in English as a Second Language (ESL), early childhood education, and a wide range of special education programs. With the involvement and support of parents and Adopt-A-School partners, the learning focus for students includes an emphasis in the development of effective reading, writing, and math strategies through technology-enhanced instruction. True to its mission, the Ashland Park-Robbins School community places a high priority on the family and community as partners in fostering a climate of caring relationships and shared commitment in the education of their children.

National Title 1 Distinguished Schools Award

 Ashland Park - Robbins was selected to represent Nebraska at the 2009 Title 1 Conference for Exceptional Student Performance for Two or More Consecutive Years.

The National Title 1 Distinguished Schools Program, is a project of the National Association of State Title 1 Directors (NASTID), and provides an opportunity for Title 1 schools from every state  to be publicly recognized for their positive educational achievements.



Did you know that Ashland Park - Robbins has its own television studio? Each day at 9:05 a.m., 11:25 a.m. and 3:45 p.m. students, under the direction of  Mr. Birch, give the morning news. This program is televised to each classroom. We call our television station KAPR (Kids at Ashland Park - Robbins). The studio is located in the southwest corner of the library.