No offense to any octogenarians out there. I’m just not ready to be you yet.
So, here we are, staring at Easter already and… more candy.
She intended to work with children, but her love for health and fitness ultimately took over her career ambitions.
“Mom, what’s a lesbian? … Someone at school called me one, and I want to know what it is.”
It’s time to dust off those shelves that never see a dust rag, clean out those kitchen cabinets and my clothes closet.
The 28-year-old dishes on discipline, sacrifices (fewer shoes) and her well-mannered 1-year-old.
Tag Archives: Omaha Public Schools
At Miller Park Elementary School there’s a group of dads who have quickly earned the appreciation and admiration of Principal Lisa Utterback.
Critics say the more rigorous math, meant to promote complex thinking, could leave struggling students frustrated.
Some school officials say the Omaha state senator’s proposal will hurt, not help.
The Omaha School Board will consider adding three student days to each of the next three school years.
Urban, suburban and rural.
It’s that time of year where parents are looking at which schools to send their children.
Public school districts in the Omaha area range from the largest — Omaha Public Schools with more than 50,000 students — to the progressive Louisville Public Schools in Cass County with a cozy 550 students.
Click inside to learn more about each school district.
A new radio talk show for young people — teens to college-aged kids — aired Sunday on a local hip-hop station.
Normally, the station plays hip-hop and R&B songs from artists such as Flo Rida, Nicki Minaj and Neyo.
This Sunday, however, the station introduced “Expressions On The Edge” as an hour-long talk show for young people to discuss hard-hitting issues from teen violence, dating, sex, racism and cyber bullying.
The first two guest on the show were Omaha Mayor Jim Suttle and Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer.
Two area schools received brand new “fitness playgrounds,” complete with a sit-up station and vault bar.
The exposure of OPS Superintendent Nancy Sebring’s private emails is humiliating.