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School Satellite Programs, Title 1 and CLC Support

School Satellite Programs: Villarreal Nebraska Academy is striving to break the pay-to-play model by making soccer accessible to all students in the Lincoln and surrounding areas. Students are preventing from participating in quality programs due to finances, transportation, and commitment constraints. Our program will be funded by private donors, grants, foundations or corporate sponsors. We will transport out trained staff to the school site one time each week throughout the school year in working with the school staff and CLC Directors/Coordinators and the PTO/PTA.

PLC Day Support: Villarreal Nebraska Academy will also offer our partnership with any schools who want support on a PLC day for special programming. Contact Us for PLC Day Support!

Identified Schools:
Arnold, Belmont, Brownell, Calvert, Campbell, Clinton, Elliott, Everett, Hartley, Holmes, Huntington, Lakeview, McPhee, Norwood Park, Pershing, Prescott, Riley, Saratoga, West Lincoln, Randolph, Culler, Dawes, Goodrich, Lefler, Mickle, Park. If any of these schools are ready to start please Contact Us!

School 1, EST. Winter 2020: Lakeview Elementary School sponsored by Scheels Lincoln will be our initial school satellite program. Lakeview has 380 students and is classified as a Title 1 school. The Community Learning Centers program supports Lakeview. The winter programming will begin January 19-March 6. Villarreal Nebraska Academy will be partnering with Lakeview and CLC to offer Soccer programming to students in 3-5th grade in the Winter and expect to expand in Spring 2020 when there is more space available (outdoor/daylight hours).
Lakeview Elementary School Soccer Club is Sponsored by: 

School #2-5, EST. Spring 2020:

McPhee Elementary School is a Title I School serving diverse students in pre-school through 5th grade. The McPhee Community Learning Center opened in August of 2005 providing before and after school programs as well as summer programs and family nights.  After school extended learning opportunities include Knowing Mathematics, Soar to Success programs and Homework Club. The mission of the school is for students, staff, families and community members to work as a team to help our students achieve more. We believe that all students can learn, perform, and behave at grade level or above.

Everett Elementary School is very proud of who we are and what we do for our students and families. Everett was built in 1928. In 1991 the building went through an addition, renovation, and restoration costing approximately five million dollars. Student enrollment is approximately 526, preschool through fifth grade. We are a School Wide Title 1 school. 41% of our students participate in the English Language Learners (ELL) program. 90% of our students would be classified as coming from impoverished families. Approximately 78% of our students are minority students. Our mobility rate is approximately 26%.

Belmont Elementary School is currently home to approximately 750 students in Pre-School through 5th grade. Our students come from diverse backgrounds and our families represent a wide variety of economic realities. Belmont is a Title One school that is organized into grade level instructional teams. The history of Belmont School began when the original Belmont Community School was built in 1889 at 12th and Belmont Street. Belmont School has been through periods of overcrowding and several buildings or additions since then. Belmont Community School at 12th and Belmont was a four-room, two-story building that housed classes until 1921.

Program Overview:
VNA will bring quality programming and continual relationship building to 24-36 students each CLC club cycle. VNA will begin with winter indoor soccer for about 24 students playing and training Futsal in the school gymnasium. VNA will provide 2 trained Villarreal Nebraska Academy Coaches and will work with the CLC director and school staff on any additional volunteers needed to support the students.

Supplies Needed:
1 futsal ball per player in the winter, and 1 soccer ball per player in the spring season, pinnies/bibs, cones, and portable indoor/outdoor goals (2 Bownet 7v7 goals or 4 Bownet 4v4 goals). We calculate the initial cost for supplies and ongoing costs of 2 coaches to be $7000 per school, for the full year. 

Named Sponsor: will help with supplies, staffing the VNA trained coaches and will provide game shirts/jerseys/uniforms, may vary and may be unique or may be an official VNA Uniform Kit. Beginning Fall 2020 students can participate in community games. The game costs are estimated to be $10/student/game. 

Additional Opportunities: Students may need to purchase additional gear, such as: cleats, tennis shoes or indoor soccer shoes, shin guards, socks, balls for home, bags/backpacks, water bottles and other athletic attire. Coupons, discounts, or donations would be appreciated.

School Involvement Schedule: 
Winter 2020: 1 school
Spring 2020: 3 schools
Fall 2020: 5-7 schools
Winter 2021: 10 schools

LPS Lakeview Elementary School

About Lakeview 

Named for the area near Capitol Beach Lake, Lakeview School was a one-teacher school on West P Street until 1923 when the present building was constructed at 300 Capitol Beach Boulevard. Additions were added to the original building in 1963 and 1974. Currently, Lakeview is the academic home of approximately 300 kindergarten through fifth grade students from five different neighborhood areas.

Small class size and a dedicated staff make this learning environment ideal. Lakeview’s Community Learning Center offers a broad range of before and after school learning opportunities for students and along with the Lakeview Parent Teacher Organization sponsors activities that strengthen the partnership between the school and families.

Mission Statement

Team Lakeview believes that education is a foundation of life’s successes. Through purposeful instruction, guidance, and encouragement our students will excel and continuously grow.

Vision Statement

Team Lakeview will prepare students to be college and career ready by ensuring that we remain research-based, student centered, and use embedded digital content within our daily instruction. School faculty and staff will actively participate in ongoing training and continue to be student data focused to make learning consistently accessible to all students. Staff, parents, students, and community stakeholders will partner to encourage students to excel and perform at their maximum potential.  Using technology, teachers will facilitate collaborative conversations and guided instruction that will help students lead their own learning.

About McPhee 

Miss Clare McPhee became the fourth principal of of Capitol School in 1900. She remained as principal until 1942. Miss McPhee began teaching in the grammar grades at Capitol School. Her entire teaching career was spent at the school. Three generations of Lincoln children were her pupils. She watched the old capitol building come down. She also explained the building of the beautiful new structure. The top of Capitol School ,with its small steeple, can be seen between the steeple of St. Mary’s Church and the rising tower of the Capitol.

Clare McPhee

In 1914, the School Garden Program was started at the school. Four years later the building was modernized. In 1924, as construction of the new capitol was beginning, fire hazards were reduced at the school. The school continued to satisfactorily serve students until 1947, when the school was rated below standard on the Holy-Arnold score card. Planning started for needed improvements. Renovation continued in 1952, when a multipurpose room was added for lunch and Physical Education.

In 1964, the construction of Clare McPhee Laboratory School on the same block brought about the closing and demolition of Capitol School.

McPhee Mission Statement


School Improvement Goals

McPhee staff analyzes student achievement data each fall to determine the highest academic needs for the students in our building. Building wide goals are established collaboratively. Further analysis and discussion of needs then leads to the development of grade level “S.M.A.R.T. goals.” These goals guide the work that is done throughout the year to help students achieve success and to accomplish the building wide goals. McPhee’s building wide goals for the school year are: 1. To increase the knowledge, understanding and application of number sense across the curriculum for all students. 2. To increase the knowledge, understanding, and application of reading comprehension across the curriculum for all students.

About Everett

Everett History

  • When Everett Junior High School opened in 1928, Lincoln had a total of about 13,000 students. The original structure, which was built for a cost $314,507 was to accommodate 600 junior high students. The school was named for Edward Everett, an American statesman, orator, and scholar who lived from 1794-1865. Everett was a U.S. Congressman, Governor of Massachusetts, a U.S. Senator, Minister to England, President of Harvard University and a candidate for President. Before the junior high school facility was constructed, an elementary school was built in the late 1800’s at the corner of 12th and C street. With renovations completed in 1992, the site returns to its original use as an elementary school location.

Mission Statement

The focus of our school continues to be on increased student learning.  Our goal is for every child to show significant academic and social growth throughout the year.  Over the summer, our teachers have received extensive training in strategies for academic growth.  We have many of these strategies in place to ensure success for each child.  Many instructional programs and strategies are in place to ensure student success.  Interventions will be provided to support individual student needs during the school day and after school. 

We will continue our focus on attendance, with a goal of 96% of our students here on a daily basis.  We know that student learning is maximized when everyone is in attendance and able to participate in the learning activities that the instructors have planned.

About Belmont 

The history of Belmont School began when the original Belmont Community School was built in 1889 at 12th and Belmont Street. Belmont School has been through periods of overcrowding and several buildings or additions since then. Belmont Community School at 12th and Belmont was a four-room, two-story building that housed classes until 1921. In August of 1993 the dedication of Belmont School, as we now know it, and also, the Belmont Recreation Center was held. At that time Belmont’s enrollment increased to about 740 students, including Early Childhood Special Education and Head Start. There were 93 staff members. 

Mission Statement

Our entire Belmont staff is committed to providing a safe, respectful, collaborative and positive environment where every student learns, achieves and performs.  Students are guaranteed an engaging, rigorous, balanced instructional program that is aligned with the Lincoln Public School curriculum standards. Through our Professional Learning Community work, teachers and support staff review student progress on a regular basis and respond to student needs through a variety of research-based instructional strategies.  Always mindful of our students’ academic, social and emotional needs, we strive to create and provide the best possible educational climate which will ensure high levels of learning happen on a daily basis.  By teaching and reinforcing school wide student behavior expectations, routines and our school rules we believe students can focus on their most important job of learning.

School Satellite Corporate Sponsors


Villarreal Nebraska Academy, Official Partner Academy of Villarreal C.F.
333 Speedway Circle Suite #4 
Lincoln, Nebraska 68502

Phone: 402-853-7100
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