When Grand Island Public Schools academy model began four years ago, the district conceived of an additional opportunity to offer students — s…
If there is nothing more Nebraskan than the Nebraska State Fair, that’s due in part to special fair features like Nebraska’s Largest Classroom.
The band room at Grand Island Central Catholic was buzzing with activity on a recent August night, as sixth graders and their families came to…
The Nebraska Department of Education has revised its proposed health-education standards, stripping out many of the sex-education references that provoked a groundswell of opposition to its first draft.
Newell Elementary students might always associate crossing the Rocky Mountains with pushing a shopping cart up Tornado Hill.
After more than a year away, Connie Hiegel was glad to bring her sixth-grade students from Trinity Lutheran School to Stuhr Museum on Thursday.
Much of the debate centers on whether it's appropriate to introduce such material to children, whether there is a scientific basis and whether they reflect a cross-section of Nebraskans.
Knickrehm Elementary School fifth-graders were able to learn about the Nebraska Legislature from a state senator as part of a talk Monday afternoon.
WOOD RIVER — Jacob Evans received euphonious news Tuesday afternoon as he was crowned the winner of the Hall County Spelling Bee.
When Guatemala’s schools in closed mid-March, teacher Gerardo Ixcoy invested his savings in a secondhand tricycle that he and his brother converted into a mobile classroom. Each day the 27-year-old set out pedaling among the cornfields of Santa Cruz del Quiché to bring socially distanced lessons to his sixth-graders' homes and yards.
All Grand Island students resumed classes Thursday, but for some, their chair is in a different place as they learn in Virtual School.
When the 110 Westridge Middle School students, teachers and parents finished their spring break trip to New York City and Washington, D.C., th…
Anthony Ianni played basketball for coach Tom Izzo at Michigan State and had a lot of success. In his message to Grand Island Central Catholic…
One day soon, Mark Liess’ carnivorous relatives are going to have quite a party.
Howard Elementary students have had the opportunity to read books as a team and will be able to compete at a competition centered around those books.
Westridge Middle School students were able to learn more about careers from industry professionals Tuesday.
Northwest Public Schools’ middle-schoolers are experiencing new classes thanks to trimester classes offered for the first time this school year.
Grand Island students in third through eighth grade were able to learn more about show choir at a hands-on camp this weekend.
Artwork honors were presented to three Knickrehm Elementary School fifth-graders in the annual Water Work Association poster contests.
One-R Elementary first-graders sat in awe as they looked at images on virtual-reality headsets Monday morning.