A western Iowa initiative to finance a community college degree for students who might not otherwise attend college has expanded to another school district.
Tech Week: During the week of March 6-10, students at Papillion La Vista High School and Papillion La Vista South celebrated “Teen Tech Week” with activities, puzzles and challenges. Libraries showcased digital resources and services that are available to help teens succeed in school and pre…
NORTH PLATTE, Neb. — She was sure her niece kept her jar from having the most money in it.
Halle Johnson, 10, a fourth-grade student from Thayer Central Elementary School in Hebron, Nebraska, earned first place in the 2017 Nebraska Severe Weather Awareness Poster Contest.
Local school news and events
All are welcome aboard this weekend as Platteview High School theater students take to the stage for their spring musical.
Just before Disney’s live-action remake of “Beauty and the Beast” hits movie theaters, Bellevue East’s Theatre Department will hit the stage with the Broadway musical.
After 16 years at Bellevue West, Theater Director Marya Lucca-Thyberg is retiring. Her curtain call is the musical “The Drowsy Chaperone.”
Thirteen CPI students from Grand Island Senior High got a little out of their comfort zone, picking up paint brushes and painting the residential hallways at Hope Harbor.
Cayden Sayles is a storyteller.
Got corned beef?
Nearly 100 high school students competed in the 12th annual ICA High School Culinary Invitational at Metropolitan Community College’s MCC’s Fort Omaha Campus, 32nd Street and Sorensen Parkway. Teams competed by preparing three-course meals for judges from the industry.
“Mine’s going to California.” “Mine’s going to my aunt.” “It’s going to Washington.”
With his mysterious accent, black scarf and bald head, Ryan Pivonka, assistant principal at Ralston High School, was received with laughs and enthusiasm when he walked into the second-grade classroom at Mockingbird Elementary School.
Happy anniversary, Nebraska.
Tabitha Wood’s house on the east end of Council Bluffs was the talk of neighborhood earlier this week.
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Once a month, Gretna’s St. Patrick Catholic Church’s basement transforms into a workshop for “Blanketeers.” They aren’t elves, but they work year-round to craft homemade gifts for children.
Local students will bring Dr. Seuss’ stories to life this weekend in honor of his 113th birthday.
A group of local elementary school students hope to involve the community in their latest art project.
Armstrong partnered with First National Bank to speak with local students Monday about the importance of leadership and overcoming adversity. After speaking at Boys Town, he addressed the north Omaha branch of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Midlands.
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Pierce High School teacher Cheryl Timm hadn't heard of a candy gram until she began advising the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America club at the school.
After entering Blumfield Elementary School, a door immediately to the right is always filled with joyful noise, a lot of energy and children excited to be at school.
Sometimes, learning happens outside of the classroom. That’s why students at Thomas Jefferson High School are hoping to take their education beyond the walls of a classroom and attend this year’s National High School Journalism Convention set for this spring in Seattle.
Whether they’re growing bacteria or extracting DNA, a number of little scientists can be found inside Parkview Heights Elementary School on any given Tuesday.