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.
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.
Broken Bow Public Schools will be closed because of the Coronavirus March 17th through March 30th. Superintendent Darren Tobey said through a district email students and parents can pick up essential belongs from 10 til 2 on Tuesday, the 17th.
MPCC extends spring break and online classes to help stop the spread of the Coronavirus. Inter-high Day on March 18th is also cancelled. Athletes will continue to compete as long as NJCAA and Region IX holds competitions.
Students at Chadron state college are getting real life experience opportunities. John Thomas of the Nebraska big game society commissioned CSC to create a license plate that featured a big game animal, had room for numbers and letters, and featured the word Nebraska and also the NBGS logo.