Masks will be required at all Papillion La Vista schools as officials respond to a surge in student illnesses.
The NSAA board approved enrollment numbers that will determine the classifications for football in the 2022 and 2023 seasons and all other activities for the 2022-23 school year.
OPS officials are seeking feedback from staff and families about proposed changes to the next two academic calendars. Key changes are proposed for the first week of school and conferences.
On Wednesday, Sept. 15, more than 70 teens and leaders from Gretna’s St. Patrick Youth Group kicked off the 2021-2022 school year by celebrati…
Westside Community Schools and Papillion La Vista Community Schools announced on Friday that they will require all students and staff to wear masks starting next week.
OPS Superintendent Cheryl Logan said the district has learned how to operate in a pandemic and has protocols in place that officials hope will keep students in classrooms.
"I could spend hours — which I have done — picking out folders, notebooks, pencil cases and backpacks. I lose myself in the back-to-school aisles' brightly-colored organizational tractor beam."
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"It’s the hardest and most beautiful thing in the world to watch your kids grow up right in front of you."
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The school board voted to renew the district's contract with T-Mobile for one year. That means continued connectivity to the 56,400 iPads for students and staff this summer and next school year.
Omaha Public Schools has announced it will join other metro school districts in not offering remote learning next school year.
High school students will be dancing under the stars on football fields, at amphitheaters and in parking lots at proms this year, but remote learners in some districts won't be allowed to attend.
This fall, the district will begin rolling out specific academy programs or career pathways at OPS high schools. On Thursday, board members were able to ask questions about the district's plans.
OPS's graduation rate declined more than 3 percentage points, the biggest one-year decline since at least 2003.
Omaha Public Schools students will begin the second semester of the school year by doing remote learning until the middle of January.
Westside Community Schools students will attend school in person four days a week under new plans the district announced on Wednesday.
"This school year has more challenges than ever, but our short experience gives me hope that we can still be successful, even in the midst of a pandemic."
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