On Tuesday, June 16th, the Nebraska Forest Service will deliver 8 pallets (each holding 165 gallons) of hand sanitizer to ESU 13’s Main Office. School districts that have elected to receive the hand sanitizer will on Tuesday afternoon.
Western Nebraska Community College will re-open all three campuses to the public starting today. Employees will begin returning to campus in a phased-in approach, with the goal to have a full staff by July 13th.
This award honors one CTE educator from each of the Nebraska Career Clusters with each recipient receiving $1,000. Scottsbluff High School Consumer Sciences Teacher Jamie Batterman has received this award.
Eastern Wyoming College is in the process of trying to appropriately prepare for statewide budget cuts which could range from 10%-20%. These cuts could impact the College in the amount of nearly $600,000 to nearly $800,000.
As things will look different this summer, the Alliance Public Library’s Summer Reading Program will continue with the theme “Imagine Your Story” covering fairy tales, fantasy and folk tales from June 1st through July 2nd.
Beginning May 18th, the Torrington campus will be open from 7:30am – 4:00pm Monday through Thursday and from 7:30am to 12:00pm Friday. Employees will work 50% of their time on campus and 50% from home.
The school is partnering with the City of Bayard to display banners along Main Street to recognize each of the graduates. The virtual graduation video will stream on Saturday, May 16th starting at 2:00pm.
During National Teacher Appreciation Week, NBC'S "TODAY" is airing a special series called TODAY Loves Teachers. It is honoring educators who have gone beyond the call of duty during the coronavirus pandemic. Hoda Kotb profiled a Lincoln elementary school librarian on the show Tuesday.
The Eastern Wyoming College Commencement Ceremony will take place on Friday, May 8th at 7:00pm by the release of a produced video of the ceremony. Pinning Ceremony release set for Saturday, May 9th at 1:00pm.
This emergency funding is for students impacted by the disruption of campus operations due to the COVID-19 epidemic to help cover unforeseen expenses such as food, housing, technology, health care, child care and course-related materials.
The last day for all students, excluding seniors, is Wednesday, May 13th. Pick-up plans will likely require the use of face masks and will limit the number of parents/guardians that may accompany students over the next week.
50 freshman are learning the diameters of electrodes, how metal burns and safety. The students place the welding gun on the computer and have to do the technique perfectly through a steady pace and speed.
For now until further notice, Gering High School will have their graduation on Sunday, June 21st at Five Rocks Amphitheater starting at 1:00pm. Scottsbluff High School on the same day at Bearcat Stadium starting at 4:00pm.
Governor Pete Ricketts says a high school graduation ceremony could happen in Nebraska only if the "10 person rule" becomes less restrictive by summer. He says students should be able to advance a grade by next fall after online learning this spring.
Broken Bow Public Schools are transitioning to off campus learning on Tuesday and closing their buildings indefinitely. Superintendent Darren Tobey says their priority is the safety of students, staff and the community.