Grace Abbott


Grace Abbott Elementary is a K-5 elementary school serving about 460 students in Omaha, Nebraska.  The building opened in 1981 and is named after Grace Abbott, a social reformer who worked to enact child labor laws and to improve conditions for children and immigrants.


The mission of Grace Abbott Elementary School is to guarantee that each student maximizes his/her potential in acquiring the character assets and academic skills necessary for personal excellence and responsible citizenship in a global society by engaging all leaners through effective instructional practices and diverse programs while fostering partnerships between family, school, and community.