A schoolmarm teaches subjects and skills as they might have been taught during the 1920s, the time period to which the school was restored.
Teachers describe chaos and feeling unsafe — and many are telling families and fellow teachers to avoid the district.
Joanna Halbur of Project Harmony, a child advocacy center in Omaha, said noticeable changes in a child's behavior -- such as a normally outgoing child who is more reserved -- can be signs of anxiety or depression.
196 undergraduate students and 241 graduate students graduated from Morningside University on Saturday, May 14 at the commencement ceremony held at Elwood Olsen Stadium on Morningside’s campus.
A team led by a UNL researcher has reported the first clear evidence of a strong association between a type of eye cancer and Epstein-Barr virus.
"We failed as a board," one member, Monique Scarlett, said.
A federal judge dismissed much of a lawsuit alleging UNL officials acted with "deliberate indifference" in responding to reports of rape or sexual harassment by Husker athletes.
Ashlynn Garcia, a senior at South Sioux City High School, lost her father in 2020 due to injuries from a construction accident. The spirit of her father drover her to persevere and graduate despite her grief.
"We are dropping like flies, and it's not like no one knows, everyone is well aware," an Omaha Public Schools employee said. Since the pandemic began, student misbehavior has been steadily rising in OPS and other schools.
From mental health care to robots, here is a look at how some Nebraska school districts are spending their share of $492 million in federal COVID-19 rescue aid.
Sioux City school teachers will receive a $765 increase to their base salary. The Sioux City Education Association initially proposed an 8.6 percent base salary increase and a $975 increase to longevity pay.
Nebraska school districts have been developing plans to cash in on federal COVID rescue aid and are purchasing anything from curriculum and technology to robots or even stadium bleachers.
Bemus is currently serving as the director of curriculum, instruction and assessment in the district.
Want to know when schools in Siouxland are having their graduation ceremonies? We've got you covered.
The ensemble will have their inaugural performance Thursday, which coincides with Cinco de Mayo Day. The performance takes place at 5 p.m. in the North High School Auditorium.
This year, Casen Boeve, a seventh-grader from Hinton Middle School (teacher Lisa Cotter), penned the winning essay which reads as follows:
The North High School Mariachi band plays during a rehearsal Tuesday, May 3, 2022, at the Sioux City school. The Mariachi ensemble, composed of 20 students and new this year, will give a public Cinco de Mayo performance at 5 pm in the North High School auditorium.
As part of the project, Briar Cliff will create the School of Interprofessional Health and Help Sciences, a health care workforce training facility.
Recent renovations have transformed a once-dilapidated home on the north side of UNL's East Campus into a new laboratory for students in the university's forensic science program.
David Hoferer, a Briar Cliff University professor of biology, talks at the edge of a steep hill south of the school's Stark Center that is in the process of being restored into a prairie habitat. The area is too steep to mow and when it's restored will serve an outdoor classroom. The project…
Zach Allen, a Briar Cliff University junior studying biology and environmental science, talks about working on a recent Sioux City Prairie rescue project to remove invasive trees. The prairie adjoins the campus of the Sioux City university. The project is one part of efforts to restore parts…
The Milken Family Foundation last week honored two Nebraska teachers for excellence, surprising each one with a $25,000 award.
The slate starts with the Fourth Avenue Jazz concert, then a Choral Ensembles Concert and, finally, Dordt instrumental ensembles will perform the last concert of the year.
The Show and Shine Car Show will feature cars from community members and give attendees the chance to see student projects.
SIOUX CITY – Watching an open heart surgery, conducting a music performance, leading a classroom or attending a live fire call are just a few of the opportunities students can receive through the Sioux City public schools' internship program.