Belvedere Elementary



Belvedere Elementary
3775 Curtis Avenue
Omaha, NE 68111

Phone: (531) 299-1100
Main Fax: (531) 299-1119

Nurse Fax: (531) 299-1118

School Times
Breakfast: 8:35 - 8:50 am
Tardy Bell: 8:50 am
Dismissal: 4:05 pm



Belvedere Bobcats

Belvedere's Mission Statement


Belvedere Elementary will empower students for the future. Success will be achieved within a positive learning environment through:


  • Relationships with students, families, staff, and community
  • High expectations  
  • Data-driven decisions
  • Current research-based teaching strategies
  • Advanced technology



We are committed to preparing students for life.


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Health and Safety Newsletter


When it comes to our commitment to the health and safety of our students and staff, there are many shining examples districtwide. During this week's snow, our District Operations team braved the elements to clear more than 10 million square feet of sidewalks, driveways and parking lots. To assist with this massive task, the entire operations crew helps with snow removal. Over 400 members of the OPS cleaning staff, food and mail delivery drivers and more all help the grounds crew by grabbing shovels and snowblowers. They start in the early morning and continue to maintain walkways and driveways at schools throughout the day. Once snow removal is complete, staff then return to their regular shift.


We are deeply thankful for the dedication of our staff. In a year of uncertainty, we are fortunate to have a team that exhibits such care to serve our students.

UPDATE: Meals2Go

Due to the inclement weather, Meals2Go distribution on Wednesday, Jan. 27 was postponed. Meals will be provided on Thursday, Jan. 28 at their regularly scheduled times.



As we transition to five days of in-person learning per week, Meals2Go will continue to be available. These meals are available free to all OPS students.


Please note, the distribution times below have been updated:


Starting Monday, Feb. 1: Meals2Go will be provided one day each week (Mondays).

  • On Mondays, five days of meals will be available for drive-through pickup.
  • Elementary meals will be available from 9:30 - 10:30 a.m.
  • Middle and high school meals will be available from 8:30 - 9:30 a.m.


If you have questions about student lunches or the Meals2Go program, please contact Nutrition Services at 531-299-0230.

Transition to Five Days of In-Person Learning


We are excited to continue our phased return this semester with our upcoming shift to five days of in-person learning per week.


Here are upcoming dates to remember during this phased transition:





  • Monday, Feb. 1 – No school for elementary and middle school students.
  • Half building-based professional learning and half teacher planning day.


  • Tuesday, Feb. 2 – Elementary and middle schools transition to in-person learning five days per week.


  • Tuesday, Feb. 16 – No school for high school students.
  • Half building-based professional learning and half teacher planning day.


  • Wednesday, Feb. 17 – High schools transition to in-person learning five days per week.


To learn more about our layered health and safety procedures for the protection of students, staff and families, visit our FAQ page or watch our Health and Safety video. For more information about our transition to five days of in-person learning, visit our website.


The Remote Learning Program will continue to be available for families who feel it is best at this time. If you would like to change how your student is learning, whether it is in person or through the Remote Learning Program, please contact your student’s school.


As we continue through the second semester, schools or classrooms may need to temporarily shift to remote learning based on contact tracing in our schools or community conditions. Our focus is a responsible transition to serving students five days per week in person.

2020-21 School Calendar

The above calendar update reflects our transition to in-person learning five days each week, announced on Jan. 12, 2021. To download the most recent calendar, click here.

COVID-19 Testing and Healthcare Available through OneWorld Community Health Centers

Coronavirus testing is available for adults and children with symptoms at OneWorld Community Health Centers. Testing is done at our South Omaha location. To make an appointment, please call (402) 734-4110.


You do not need to be a OneWorld Community patient to be tested.


OneWorld’s school-based health centers are open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. for immunizations, wellness visits, minor injuries and physicals. Personal counseling is also available. Omaha Public Schools students and staff are welcome.


COVID-19 testing is only taking place at OneWorld on 4910 S 30th St.

No COVID-19 testing is being done at the School Based Health Centers, however flu shots are available at all locations.


Visits for those with flu or coronavirus symptoms will be conducted by tele-health.


School-based clinics are located at:


  • Bryan High School (402) 991-3904
  • 4700 Giles Rd
  • Omaha, NE 68157


  • Indian Hill Elementary (402) 933-4968
  • 3121 U Street
  • Omaha, NE 68107


  • Liberty Elementary (402) 505-8180
  • 2021 St. Mary’s Ave
  • Omaha, NE 68102


  • Spring Lake Elementary (402) 932-7014
  • 4215 S 20th Street
  • Omaha, NE 68107


Appointments are also available at the OneWorld Teen clinics and South, West, Northwest and Bellevue locations. To make an appointment, please call (402) 734-4110. For dental care, please call (402) 932-7204.

Community Resources

OPS Health Updates

OPS 1 to 1 Technology Guide

Douglas County Health Homepage

CDC Health Guidelines

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