Category Archives: Student-Athletes

Junior Family Meeting

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Juniors and their families who were unable to attend the Junior Family Meeting Tuesday, August 27th, may view the presentations below. If you have questions, please contact the presenter for each session. Main presentation & Handout // Anders Peterson @ apeter11@lps.org Internet Safety // SRO Lynette Russell @ lpd1254@cjis.lincoln.ne.gov College-bound Athletes // Tim Ernst @ ternst2@lps.org

Robinson Athletic Scholarship

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The Chasers Charities Robinson Athletic Scholarship 2017 is administered by Omaha Storm Chasers. One male and one female student will each receive a $500 scholarship that will be paid directly to the student’s institution. Eligibility requirements include the following: Be a US citizen or permanent resident Reside in Sarpy, Douglas, Cass, Lancaster or Pottawattamie county Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5… Read more »

Runza & KLKN Student Athlete of the Month

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Balancing schoolwork, athletics and one’s personal life is a difficult challenge in high school. KLKN TV Channel 8 and Runza® Restaurants created a partnership to honor senior student-athletes for their achievements in the classroom and in the community & provide them with a $500 scholarship for college. The “Runza® KLKN Student Athlete of the Month” will be interviewed by Sports… Read more »

NCAA Eligibility Center

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The NCAA’s new registration website is live! Please visit eligibilitycenter.org to take a look at the updated site. It includes several resources to help students, parents, counselors, and coaches. Please see some popular choices below: What’s different and the same on the new eligibilitycenter.org website? Which eligibilitycenter.org account should I create? Registration Checklist How to register with the NCAA Eligibility… Read more »

NCAA’s Reminder about ACT/SAT scores for Eligibility Center

In order for a student’s academic certification to be processed, the student must have ACT or SAT scores submitted to the NCAA Eligibility Center directly from the testing agency. Click here for step-by-step instructions on how they can request to have their test scores sent. Test scores on a high school transcript will not be used. Students may take the… Read more »