A candidate for Omaha Public Schools superintendent says he’s prepared to take on the challenges urban school districts face.
OPS stakeholders have one more opportunity to meet the candidates for superintendent.
Public forums continue Wednesday and Thursday with the candidates for Omaha Public Schools superintendent.
OPS stakeholders have three chances this week to meet the candidates for superintendent.
An Omaha-based non-profit has won first place in Tom’s of Maine’s 50 States for Good Contest.
The three finalists for Omaha Public Schools Superintendent are from Kansas, Iowa, and Washington, D.C.
25 Nebraska counties have schools that are eligible to participate in the free and reduced price lunch program, but currently have no summer feeding programs.
Kate Bolz, Executive Director for Nebraska Appleseed, says a new grant program recently approved in the legislature offers non-profit organizations the opportunity to bridge that gap.
She says Senator Norm Wallman introduced the legislation because 1 in 5 children in Nebraska is food insecure.
The public will have three opportunities next week to meet with the finalists for OPS superintendent.
An Omaha based youth program was recently recognized by First Lady Michelle Obama with a national art and humanities youth program award.
The Omaha Public Schools board will determine its finalists later this week for superintendent.