Staff at Bellevue Public Library have put their “blood, sweat, and tears” into revamping its annual youth summer program to work virtually, Children’s Librarian Michelle Bullock said.
Anyone have any suggestions for schools or summer programs that I can attend? Being that I no longer live in Omaha I like to get insight on which places would benefit the most from a pageant title holder speaking to the youth.
The early childhood program provided by the Omaha Public Schools Foundation serves children ages 4-5 and is available at Columbian Pre-K, Fullerton, Picotte, Saddlebrook, and Standing Bear, and now Western Hills. Picotte is currently hosting two early childhood classrooms. About the Program. The philosophy of the early childhood program mirrors that of the Omaha Public Schools District.
Young Nebraska Scientists:The Young Nebraska Scientists program offers summer science camps at college and university campuses throughout Nebraska. Our camps for middle and high school students take place at the University of Nebraska (Lincoln), Doane College (Crete), and Creighton University (Omaha). YNS will increase participants' technological, scientific, and quantitative literacy, place.
The Summer Enrichment is ONLY open to students attending schools in the Elkhorn Public School district.. It is the policy of Elkhorn Public Schools not to discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, veteran status, national or ethnic origin, marital status, age, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, child birth, or related condition, or any other category protected by law.
The director of the Omaha Parks, Recreation and Public Property Department will step down after a 24 year career. Brook Bench has submitted his resignation and plans to leave the department later this summer to lead a new philanthropic organization committed to park development, according to a city news release last Saturday.
Historical schools. The Board of Education in Omaha has operated a variety of schools since the city's founding in 1854. The first school in Omaha, a one-room schoolhouse, was opened on the southwest corner of Jefferson Square.After a brief closure in 1861, Omaha Public Schools formed again in 1863, and has operated continuously since. The following schools in Omaha were opened and closed.
Millard Public Schools has grown to be the third largest school district in Nebraska over the past 100 years, and is located in Sarpy and Douglas county. They currently offer many great opportunities for children of all ages, including an early childhood program, summer school, high ability learner programs, career academies, junior ROTC and an early college program. All Millard elementary.