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We at Sidney Public Schools believe in doing all we can to provide students with a quality learning experience regardless of the circumstance. We believe our top priority is to keep students and staff safe. We believe that “Being in School” is the best way to learn and grow through academic material and social interactions. 


The Panhandle Health Unified Command has criteria in place that determines what code level Sidney Public Schools will reside in regards to safety. The dial indicates the current Covid-19 threat. This will be addressed every week so we ask that parents and the community to remain flexible at all times. This Dial can be found by clicking HERE. The Risk Dial will be updated every Tuesday for the following week.  This means unless there is an emergency we will remain in the same school plan all week and not change until the next Monday.

Jay Ehler 
Superintendent
Sidney Public Schools

Sidney Public Schools is now accepting credit card payments in the offices and on our website.  You can pay on your child's lunch account or get tech insurance through this site. 

REGISTRATION

If you are new to Sidney and need to register your child(ren), please use our online registration. 

EMPLOYMENT

If you are interested in joining our Sidney Public School staff, check our Employment Opportunities page to see what jobs we have open.

ACTIVITIES

Need more information on how to get involved at Sidney Public Schools?  Visit our Activities Page for more information.  
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TECHNOLOGY

Sidney Public School District is excited to announce the upcoming implementation of a 1:1 Chromebook program for the 2018-2019 school year

Sidney Public Schools - District Description

The Sidney Public School District has six attendance centers that educate approximately 1250 students in grades Pre-K-12. In addition to providing a solid foundation in the core subjects, the District also offers before/after/summer school enrichment programs for students in grades K-6, dual credit secondary course offerings, and a wide variety of extra-curricular programs. We are continuing to build a strong 7-12 Career Pathways program that allows student job shadowing and internship opportunities. Student performance has been strong as evidenced by above average ACT and state assessment scores. The District employs an excellent staff of approximately 105 teachers, 11 administrators and 42 paraprofessionals who work with students on a daily basis. 

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Visit our district snapshot on the Nebraska Department of Education website by clicking on the graphic above. 

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We believe that education must enrich and enhance students' lives to foster the development of productive individuals in society.

Sidney Public Schools mission is to empower students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to become productive citizens.

WE LOVE SIDNEY SCHOOLS

"I love hanging out with my friends and I love my teacher the most! Miss Cole is the best.  I am excited to be in her homeroom!  My favorite class at school is reading!" 

ASHLYN SPRENGER
CLASS OF 2028

“I like school because it’s fun! I like PE the best and I also like Music Class. It’s fun to come here every day with my friends.” 

SAMUEL PLUMMER
CLASS OF 2033

"I want to make the world a better place not by how much knowledge I possess but by how I use that knowledge and how I will share it with the world around me!" 

KIMBERLY GUTIERREZ
CLASS OF 2021

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District Mailing Address

1101 21st Avenue

Sidney, Nebraska 69162

There are a number of students enrolled at Sidney Public Schools with severe food allergies to  peanuts and/or tree nuts (walnuts, cashews, etc.); therefore Sidney Public School District is a  'Peanut/Nut Aware Environment'.  For our student's safety, we discourage peanut/nut  products.
We appreciate your understanding, cooperation, support and  ask for your help to provide these students with a safe learning environment.   If you have any questions, please  contact your school's principal or nurse.