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2022 Nebraska Teacher of the Year first male person of color and ESL teacher to hold title
Each day of the week has its own theme, during which we celebrate our public school community. Here are a few ideas of how you can celebrate and thank staff throughout the week.
Registrations for the Ag Sack Lunch Program are being accepted for fall and spring presentations for both virtual or in-person State Capitol visits. Register your class early to ensure availability.
Regular mammograms and communication with your doctor about new or worsening symptoms can catch breast cancer in its early stages and improve chances of treatment.
Long distance learning: David City preschool teacher Julie Zrust has a mini classroom set up in her basement, where she spends her early mornings teaching online. Zrust has taught for VIPKid since 2017.
Instead of trying to cover everything, have a set idea of specific topics to talk about.
Over the past year, more than 100 radio and television stations across Nebraska aired NSEA’s messages more than 18,800 times.
Cyber secure: A group of cartoon characters will help guide students through UNO’s new cybersecurity curriculum, which will be available to middle and high school educators within the next year.
As the COVID-19 virus continues to mutate, communities across Nebraska are seeing a new wave of coronavirus cases. Timing to reduce the spread is crucial as students return to their classrooms for in-person learning this fall.

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