Native Indigenous Centered


Our Mission

We believe educational success and life achievement for our Indigenous population is accomplished by advocacy,

sustained cultural identity, family involvement, strong communication and positive life experiences.

Our Shared Vision

We are a community of leaders who educate, build, strengthen, and advocate for our Indigenous families

through cultural identity and academic success.




 Cama’i (Hello),

Welcome back! I hope you had a safe and wonderful summer break.  It's now time to get back to learning.  

This year, I am no longer at Prairie Wind.  I have had two other schools added to my schedule, Field Club

Elementary (Monday and Tuesday) and Morton Magnet (Wednesday).  I will be at Davis Middle on

Thursday and Friday.  I'm located in office 144.  Please contact me if you or your child needs anything or

have any concerns.

My school number and extension is 402-561-6130 ex: 986-1104 (If you a leave message it will go to my computer)

Tracy H-Bradley 

Native Indigenous Specialist/Teacher

It does not require many words to speak the truth. -Chief Joseph-


N.I.C.E. FAMILY NIGHT @ 5:30pm - 7:30pm:   Dinner provided

     August 18, 2016 - School supply giveaway.  If you did not receive your supplies, please contact your N.I.C.E. teacher.

     October 6, 2016 - N.I.C.E. teachers will be sending home information.

     December 15, 2016 - N.I.C.E. teachers will be sending home information.

     February 9, 2016 - N.I.C.E. teachers will send home information.


NATIVE AMERICAN ACHIEVEMENT COUNCIL:  TAC Building - 30th and Cuming St., Rm.5062 @ 6pm.

     Parents and community members welcome. Come and hear what we are doing, let us know how we are doing and if there is anything you would like to see our program do.  This is your time to be part of planning and get to know community members we work with.

      September 18, 2016,  November 17, 2016,  January 19, 2017, and March 30, 2017



September 5 and 16, 2016 (district wide)  

September 19, 2016 (elementary) 

Parent/Teacher Conference: October 27 and 28, 2016 (Elementary)

                                                       October 20(half day) - 21, 2016 (Middle level)

                                                       October 13(half day) - 14, 2016 (High school)

November 23 - 25, 2016  Thanksgiving Recess

December 23 - January 5, 2017  Winter Recess

January 16, 2017 -  MLK Day

Parent/Teacher Conference: February 16 (half day) - 17(Middle and High school), 2017

February 20, 2017 - Presidents Day

Parent/Teachers Conference March 9 - 10, 2017 (Elementary)

March 13- 17, 2017 Spring Break

Apirl 14, 2017, Teacher Work Day

May 26, 2017, Last day of school



Yates Harvest Ceremony - November 22, 2016

Pre-K Family Fun - October 14, 2016, December 22, 2016, January 27, 2017, February 24, 2017 &March 24, 2017

NAAC and Title XII Approval March 30, 2017

Native American Achievement Ceremony - April 13, 2017

Pre-K Graduation - May 17, 2017



Dear 2016-2017 NAAC Members,

Thank you for your hard work and dedication in contribution to our Native American students.  As you may know, Omaha Public Schools is working with a consulting agency to conduct a superintendent search.  With this in mind, OPS has scheduled a day for members of Omaha's Native American community to collectively meet with the consultants leading the search.  The meeting will be held as follows:

OPS' Superintendent Search: Native American Input Session
Friday, January 13, 2017
TAC- Board Room (3215 Cuming St.)

This is an important time for you to come and voice your input regarding the search for and transition of our new superintendent.