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Senior Tribute Video 

To commemorate our graduates, we created a video slideshow complete with all of the input they provided about their post-graduation plans and photos. Read the seniors’ thoughts as they share their special memories and proudest moments at Prep. Congratulations Class of 2020! 

Graduation Ceremony on Friday, July 31

The Class of 2020 graduation ceremony is set to take place at CHI Health Center Arena on Friday, July 31 at 7 p.m. More information will come as we get closer to the date. An important reminder that we need all graduates to fill out this form ASAP to help us prepare for the ceremony.


Summer Communication

This is the last Parent Pulse for the 2019-2020 school year although we will send communication as needed throughout the summer. 

Summer Reading Book Delivered to Students

The all-school summer reading book “24th and Glory: The Intersection of Civil Rights and Omaha's Greatest Generation of Athletes.” The book is written by Dirk Chatelain of the Omaha World-Herald and they will be mailing it to each student sometime soon. Also, students may want to use this helpful study guide that will help students focus as they read. 

Final Grades 

Final grades for all freshmen, sophomores and juniors will be posted to PowerSchool by the end of the day today. 

The Jaymart is OPEN! 

Please follow us on Instagram for pop-up summer hours or feel free to email Molly Sengstock for personal shopping times. We will ask you to please wear a mask when entering the building and maintain a proper distance. We will be wiping down counters, credit cards and pens. Shopping is limited to 5 people in the store at a time. Please park on the east side and go in the doors to the Hider Center. We can't wait to see you in the Jaymart!


Prep COVID-19 Communications Summary

comprehensive list of all emails sent to students and parents. 


Order through AmazonSmile to Help Prep

When you order through Amazon, go to AmazonSmile to donate 0.5% of your purchase of eligible products to Prep. 

George Brett Recalls a Hall of Fame Career at Sports Night
Posted 10/23/2019 04:36PM

Baseball was in the air on September 24 when Kansas City Royals legend and first-ballot Hall of Famer George Brett was the featured speaker at the 28th Annual Sports Night.

During an interview on stage with ESPN baseball analyst Kyle Peterson ‘94, he fondly recalled playing minor league ball for the Omaha Royals 35 years ago when he was paid just $800 a month.

“It was a wonderful experience. It really was,” he said. “I was 19 and played with a lot of guys that had major league experience. They taught me an awful lot about how to conduct my business.”

As one of only five players in Major League Baseball history with 3,000 hits, 300 home runs and a lifetime batting average of .300 or more, he spoke with an intensity that seemed as great as it did in his playing days. Like in the 1980 season, when he tried to become the first player since Ted Williams in 1941 to bat .400.

With two weeks to go, he was hitting .402. “Then I went out and did the one thing I shouldn’t have done: try to hit .400,” he noted. “I tried to pull the ball too much, hit it too hard, hit it too far where before I didn’t care where the hits went.” He finished just short at .390.

What stands out for him the most? Winning the 1985 championship. “When you walk in that locker room after the last game of the World Series and your team’s victorious, everybody in that locker room has the same feeling as everybody else: We did it. It’s a bond that we share forever.”

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