Kellom Elementary

Kellom Elementary
1311 North 24th Street
Omaha, NE 68102-0441

Phone: (402) 344-0441
Fax: (402) 344-0213

Upcoming Events

  • Join us for Literacy Night on March 1st
  • Attend our Book Fair March 1st-8th
  • Parent Teacher Conferences will be March 7th-8th

Welcome to Kellom

Kellom opened in November 1952 at 1311 North 24th Street. Currently, Kellom Elementary serves approximately 400 students in grades pre-kindergarten through sixth grade. The diverse school community provides many learning opportunities for all students. Students receive additional assistance through such special programs as Reading First, Winner’s Circle, All-Day Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten. Kellom Elementary has an active Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) and enjoys support from many Adopt-a-School partners, such as, Creighton University, Alegent Health, Hearthstone Homes, and Metro Area Transit. The focus at Kellom, fosters globally responsible, compassionate, resilient, and productive citizens. The Kellom staff strives to nurture and develop the talents of active learners, increase academic achievement, develop appropriate life and social skills, and encourage healthy lifestyles within a safe environment. 

Our focus at Kellom Community fosters globally responsible, compassionate, resilient, and productive citizens.

We nurture and develop the talents of active learners and promote academic achievement, life and social skills, and healthy lifestyles within a safe environment.


Looking for engaging ways to help your child learn? Click on the Learning Links tab at the top of the Kellom webpage to find website links for a variety of subjects at your child's grade level.

Preview and shop for our upcoming Book Fair before it begins! 



Kellom Elementary(2016-17)

School Improvement Plan(at a glance)





 75.42%  78.42%
 Writing  53.06%

We will implement on individual
student growth model.

 Science  51.16% 56.15%


Professional Development Focus Skills for 2016-2017:

1. Mathematics: Number Sense(To implement Math resources during the Math block that

support with Number Sense practice &proficiency).

2. Reading/Writing: Comprehension(To implement Best practices(i.e. Higher level

questioning, Text-Dependent Analysis and Response to reading through writing).

3. Science: Inquiry, Physical Science, Life Science and Earth/Space(Implement academic

vocabulary through interactive notebooks & 3D word walls)

4. Behavior: To develop strategies that increase positive behavior skills(school-wide)


Title I Schoolwide Plan