Lincoln Public Schools provides all necessary school supplies. Below are suggested donations and personal school supplies. Due to LPS District policy, hand sanitizer must be Purell or Germ-X, contain at least 60% alcohol and unscented. Disinfecting wipes must be Clorox.
KINDERGARTEN – Donations of Kleenex, Elmer’s glue sticks, 24-count size Crayola crayons, #2 yellow pencils, Expo black fine tip dry erase markers, Crayola fine line markers, 10-pack, Crayola broad line markers, 10-pack, Clorox wipes, Hand sanitizer.
FIRST GRADE – Donations of Kleenex, Expo black fine tip markers, Colored Expo markers, Glue sticks and liquid glue, Crayons, Stickers, Ticonderoga #2 yellow pencils, Clorox wipes and hand sanitizer.
SECOND GRADE – Donations of #2 pencils (Ticonderoga), medium point black dry erase markers (Expo), packs of 24 crayons (Crayola), Clorox wipes, Hand sanitizer, Kleenex, Ziplock Bags any size, poly material (plastic) pocket folders, wide ruled spiral notebook, wide ruled composition notebook, plastic page protectors, stickers – used for incentive charts
THIRD GRADE – Donations of Kleenex, Post-its, Fine Point Black Expo Markers
FOURTH GRADE – Classroom contributions are always appreciated if you would like to contribute. Below is a list of supplies that students in 4th Grade classrooms will use this year Kleenex, #2 pencils, sharpened, two wide ruled 3 hold punched notebook paper, 6 poly-material 2 pocket folders (no prongs because these will be 3-hole punched), 1 wide ruled composition notebook (100 page – not spiral), 1.5″ 3 ring binder (NO TRAPPER KEEPERS), Hand sanitizer (Purell or Germ X), Clorox Wipes, Thin dry erase markers, Highlighters
FIFTH GRADE – Classroom contributions are always appreciated if you would like to contribute Kleenex, Pencils, EXPO black markers, Clorox Wipes. Here is a list of supplies that students in 5th Grade classrooms will use this year. 2 – 1.5 inch 3 ring binders, 1- zipper pencil pouch, 4- pocket folders, 3- spiral or composition notebooks, 2- large and 1- small book cover, checking pens and highlighters.
We are accepting applications for our Rousseau Scholarships! If you know of a senior that was a Rousseau Ram please share the information!
Earlier this year we shared with you the City of Lincoln’s School Zone Standards implementation plan for Rousseau Elementary. Part of this plan calls for reducing speeds in the school zone, as studies have shown that reducing speeds in areas where there is a mix of pedestrian and vehicular traffic can bring significant safety benefits by reducing the severity of crashes. We are reaching out today to inform you that over winter break Traffic Engineering staff will install these new signs so they are in place when your students return on January 5th.
The signing adjacent to school property on Calvert Street will reduce the speed limit to 20 MPH “When Children Are Present.” Lincoln Municipal Code 10.02.315 states the reduced speed limit is in force under any of the following conditions:
- Children are occupying or walking within a marked crosswalk;
- Children are waiting at the curb or on the shoulder of the roadway and are about to cross the roadway by means of a marked crosswalk; or
- Children are present or walking along the roadway, either on the adjacent sidewalk or, in the absence of sidewalks, on the shoulder, or in the right-of-way.
Additionally, the school zone flashers on S 33rd Street will reduce the speed to 20 MPH during the 30-minute period prior to the start of school and the 30-minute period after school dismissal.
Picture Day Schedule
8:45 Preschool AM
9:40 4th Grade
10:00 3rd Grade
10:20 1st Grade
10:50 2nd Grade
11:20 5th Grade
12:05 Preschool PM
Hello Rousseau Families:
Dates, processes and protocols are all subject to change due to updates in current health directives.
Welcome to the 2020-2021 School Year. You should have or will be receiving your summer mailing packet (1 per family) that contains information from the district for the upcoming school year.
Open House this year will be virtual. (More information to come)
Please see attached information from the Principal, PTO, Food Backpack letter and Nutrition Services. Also attached is the Specialist Schedule for this year. We are asking that you fill out the following forms electronically…
· Student Directory Opt Out Form ( Only fill out this form IF YOU DO NOT WANT YOUR CHILD’S INFORMATION INCLUDED IN DIRECTORY)
All this information will also be posted on the Rousseau Website.
Student Handbook/Calendar and a copy of the Specialist Schedule will be sent home with students the first week of school.
Please check out our website for further updates at https://rousseau.lps.org/. Please click on calendar to see events for the school year.