Welcome to Park

To the Class of 2028 …

    

Enjoy the 6th Grade orientation materials and the transition video.  And enjoy your summer, soon-to-be 6th graders.  We will see you in August!

Welcome to Park

Park Middle School, built in 1891, is located in the heart of Lincoln, Nebraska.  Park was originally home to Park Elementary and in 1991 was remodeled and transformed into Park Middle School. The school is surrounded by a proud and dedicated community and continues to be a school of great pride and beauty.  Park shares the city block with Cooper Park, Lincoln’s first city park.  This 11.52 acre park was established around 1877 and provides a center point for community activities and events.  Park Middle School is one of 12 middle schools in Lincoln Public Schools that serves students in grades 6-8.  The Park mascot is a panther and the school colors are blue and yellow.  

Message from the Principal

Photo of Park Middle School Principal, Charlotte Everts
Charlotte Everts
Principal

Dear Park Parents and Guardians,

Welcome to Park Middle School, home of the Panthers.  It is both my honor and privilege to serve the Park community as Principal and work alongside a dedicated, skilled and compassionate staff that are committed to the academic achievement and personal development of over 800 students.  Our school vision, Cultivating a Community of Lifelong Learners Empowered to Build a Better World, drives the staff’s decisions, work and focus as we strive to create a safe and engaging learning environment for every one of our students.

The Park Staff works collaboratively on interdisciplinary teams to ensure that the highest quality of learning is provided to every student.  We are committed to helping all students reach their full potential both in and out of the classroom. We partner with the Boys and Girls Club to provide a rich array of services and programs both before and after school.  This programming is available to every student in the building at no cost to the families.

A successful partnership between home and school also helps to ensure that students will be successful. I invite you to use the Park Website as a way to stay connected to our community and your child’s experience at Park.  We are looking forward to partnering with you and welcome your comments, questions and suggestions as we work to provide a quality learning environment at Park Middle School.

Sincerely,

Charlotte Everts
Principal