Holy Name School eighth-graders Jesse Evans (left) and Jacob Ramold race in the gym on tricycles May 14 as part of the school’s annual field day events. Students also had fun with water, racing with wet sponges and trying to pour water from a cup into a liter soda bottle while holding the bottle on top of a classmate’s head.
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Marian High School world history and geography teacher Susan Zirbes Juza will be honored June 26 in Omaha as the 2014 Second Congressional District Outstanding Social Studies Teacher by the Nebraska Council for the Social Studies.
A tradition begun more than a decade ago at St. Anthony School in Columbus bore fruit again this year as first- and sixth-graders delivered 60 candy-filled May Day baskets to the homes of elderly members of St. Anthony Parish.
Tours, Mass and dinner will be held at Archbishop Bergan Catholic elementary and middle/high schools in Fremont June 21 during the annual St. Patrick’s/Archbishop Bergan Catholic School Reunion Banquet and Athletic Hall of Fame Induction.
Students from two Omaha Catholic schools earned first- and third-place honors in the Omaha Legal Professionals Association’s 2014 Law Day Essay Contest, which drew more than 120 entries from Omaha-area eighth-graders.
About 130 golfers participating in the seventh annual Shamrock Open June 7 helped net nearly $6,000 for new athletic display boards at Scotus Central Catholic Junior/Senior High School in Columbus.
Students at St. Columbkille School in Papillion received a special visit during the last few days of classes – four of 16 Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS) missionaries from the Archdiocese of Omaha for whom the students had been praying since Lent.
A 5K run May 10 in Lincoln capped a spring of exercise and study for 21 girls at St. Patrick School in Elkhorn.
» Closing Mass, St. Anthony Church, Omaha