Quick Links
Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Welcome to Anselmo-Merna Schools


Ajax Loading Image



School Phone: 308-643-2224

 Mr. Carlie Wells

PK-12 Principal




Welcome to Anselmo-Merna Schools. Please take a tour of our website to learn more about our school.  Anselmo-Merna School is a progressive class D-2 school that has a rich tradition and many proud alumni.

The staff and administration have worked tremendously hard to offer many opportunities for all students and are committed to working with parents and students collaboratively to best meet the needs of our students.


Here at Anselmo-Merna Schools we encourage students to BE HONEST, BE RESPECTFUL and BE ACCOUNTABLE.



BE HONEST- Being honest means choosing not to lie, steal, cheat, or deceive in any way. When we are honest, we build strength of character that will allow us to be of great service to others. It also gives you peace of mind and self-respect that will create trust by others


BE RESPECTFUL- Treating people with respect makes your world a nicer place to live in, whether it’s at home, at school, or out in the community. And it's easy- all you have to do is treat people the way you like to have them treat you.  Here are a few ideas.

  • Don’t insult people or make fun of them
  • Listen to others when they speak
  • Value others peoples’s opinions
  • Be considerate of people’s likes and dislikes
  • Don’t mock or tease people
  • Don’t pressure someone to do something he or she doesn’t want to do.


Be Accountable-    First, it is important to understand that being accountable comes from within, not without. Yes, people can be held accountable and they can be disciplined or terminated, but that is not the same as being accountable. I don’t want a school full of kids that need to be threatened to keep their promises. I want students and staff who are intrinsically accountable, who understand what a commitment is and who will not rest until their commitments are fulfilled.


People who are accountable make commitments and they give up personal time for the commitment.


People who are accountable understand that when they agree to get something done by a certain date they are making a promise.


People who are accountable have a plan.


People who are accountable raise a red flag as soon as they see that their commitment is at risk. They care about keeping the promise and they know that the sooner they communicate a problem the more time they can get help to adjust to a new date or time. 


Click Here for More Information