arenting education courses that are available for parents or caregivers who have a desire to learn more about effective parenting skills with three different programs for parents of infants through teens. Hope Spoke’s Parenting Program has been made possible through the Community Health Endowment (CHE). Classes are held for parents that have children in the following age groups: 0 to… Read more »
Mourning Hope will be offering their Family Grief Support Group from August 20th through October 22nd at 6:30 pm to 8 pm. To register, please click here. This support group is for families with children ages kindergarten through 18 who have experienced the death of someone significant in their lives. Activities are designed to help youth express themselves through art, games… Read more »
The holidays are a time to celebrate with those who make our lives better. If you or someone you know would benefit from a little extra help celebrating this year, there are many programs and resources available in the Lincoln area. Please CLICK HERE for an overview of these programs, or connect with your LSW school counselor to learn more.
Next Tuesday, April 17, from 5:30-6:45pm at the Nonprofit Hub, Lead Up** will host a forum called “Apply Yourself”. It will feature three panelists from YMCA, HyVee and Gallup. This forum will focus on finding and successfully securing a first job or summer employment with an emphasis on helping students learn that first jobs are more than just a way to make some money, but rather… Read more »
Hello! Student Council is collecting used prom attire that would be given to LSW students who couldn’t otherwise afford to buy prom clothing. We were wondering if any teacher would be willing to donate old formal attire, such as dresses, sport coats, ties, accessories etc. We appreciate anything you could give. Please bring your donated items to Sarah Hammers in… Read more »
LEAP is ENROLLING new students! Are you between the ages of 14 and 24? Were you in – or currently in- the foster care or child welfare system? Are you within 12-9 months of completing high school and on-track to earn your diploma or already completed high school/GED? Are you interested in college or career training and not currently enrolled… Read more »
Bright Lights is looking for high school students to serve as Classroom Assistants. This is a great opportunity for students to earn GoPo hours and other volunteer service hours during the summer. Students may apply at BrightLights.org starting March 8th. To be a classroom assistant: Choose a topic you enjoy Choose a week and time that works for you Have… Read more »
Duke Summer Academy believes that while learning, students can change the world. Students are invited to spend the summer at Duke’s Global Giver Academy and become a bona fide philanthropist. Students will have the opportunity not only to learn the ins and outs of philanthropy by earning community service hours at local charities, but also the chance to engage in… Read more »
CodeCrush is a FREE immersion experience for 8th and 9th grade girls designed to show them the world of iSTEM. Part of the UNO College of Information Science and Technology Women in IT Initiative, we’ve created this program to help show girls all the cool and crush-worthy things you can do with technology. When is CodeCrush Spring Immersion Experience? March 29th – 31st… Read more »
To register for the Parents Encouraging Parents Conference for parents of children with disabilities, which will be held at the Younes Conference Center in Kearney on March 16-18, first read the Guidelines for Participants. Then, complete the registration form available online at: www.education.ne.gov/sped/index.html Register by February 20, 2017. After this date please call 402-471-2471 for availability.