AMI Information

Act 862 of 2017 allows a public school district and open-enrollment public charter school to develop a plan for alternative methods of instruction to be used on days when the superintendent closes school due to exceptional or emergency circumstances.

AMI Letter May 8, 2020

AMI Day and Calendar Date List

For the 2019-2020 school year, the calendar date to which each AMI Day corresponds can be found here.

Online AMI through Google Classroom

Students with Internet access can complete and submit AMI assignments using Google Classroom by logging in to the chromebook, logging in to his/her school email, clicking the square of dots near the top right, and then clicking Google Classroom.

AMI Problems

For problems with a particular AMI assignment, contact the teacher of the class. The staff list contains email addresses for each teacher and can be found by clicking here.

Teachers are available by email to assist with AMI assignments from 8:00am until 3:20pm on school days. Any date listed in the AMI Day list is considered a school day. Many teachers are also available via video conference and telephone. If you have access to Google Classroom, select the class and click Classwork. Information about ways to communicate with that teacher will be the Course Information section.

For problems with the sending or receiving paper-based AMI assignments, contact you child's advisor. Advisors serve as a main point of contact between parents and the school and can quickly communicate with all of a student's teachers and the administration when problems arise. The staff list contains email addresses for each advisor and can be found by clicking here.

You are always welcome to call the school office. Due to impacts of social distancing on face-to-face working conditions, we may not be able to answer each call and it is likely to take longer for us to receive your message, however, we welcome your comments, questions, and concerns.

Turning In Paper-Based AMI Assignments

Paper-based AMI assignments can be dropped off in the white box underneath the awning outside the high school library and family and consumer science building. Assignments placed in that box by noon Thursday are available to teachers by 4:00pm each Thursday. Teachers will update grades available in HAC by Monday. Generally, assignments turned in are distributed, collected, graded, and grades posted more often. If you have questions about your child's grade in a specific class, teachers welcome parent emails about grades and other school-related topics.

Access the Online Grade Book: Home Access Center (HAC)

If you need your login or password to HAC (the online grade book access for parents and students) or if you need instructions or technical assistance using TAC contact Amy Brumley to make updates to your contact information. amy.brumley@omaha.school (870) 433-2453 ext. 3010.

Update Contact Information

Advisors and teachers trying to contact parents and students rely on contact information in the student information system. If your phone number, mailing address, or email address has changed, contact Amy Brumley to make updates to your contact information. amy.brumley@omaha.school (870) 433-24533 ext. 3010.

Virtual Arkansas, Omaha Virtual Program, and DLC

For questions about classes taken through Virtual Arkansas or in DLC, contact Jaclyn Curtis. jaclyn.curtis@omaha.school She can communicate with or connect you to your child's teacher.

Who is my child's advisor?

Your child's advisor is his/her 3rd hour teacher. If you have a schedule or can log in to HAC, you can look for the teacher listed for 3rd hour. You can also email Amanda Dodson amanda.dodson@omaha.school and ask her who your child's advisor is.


For more information, please contact:

Dr. Clay Hendrix, Principal
Omaha High School
Phone: (870) 433-2453 ext. 2319
Email: Clay.Hendrix@omaha.school